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These are cities with highly complex eco-sustainable environments in which information and communication technologies (ICT) are applied with the aim of providing them with infrastructures that guarantee:

  • Sustainable development.

  • The increase in the quality of life of the inhabitants.

  • Optimize available resources more efficiently.

  • Get citizens to have an active participation.

The Smart City arises from the need to align all the projects of the city in a single direction so that they adjust to the global management model of the city.

It is estimated that in the next 30 years 80% of the world population will live in cities, for this reason in the following decades cities will face a number of problems, the most important of which are the following:

  • energy consumption.

  • CO2 emissions.

  • Automotive traffic.

  • Public transportation systems.

  • Solid waste management.

  • Citizen surveillance.

  • The provision of goods and raw materials.

  • The provision of public services.

  • Connectivity of devices and various systems.

The challenges that must be assumed in order to achieve the interaction of each of the principles to achieve the objectives of Smart Cities and that must be evaluated in each scenario depending on the city are found below.

Technological infrastructure: information networks as a communication mechanism, smart platforms, eco-efficient infrastructures, connectivity and 5G and IoT networks that reduce latency and increase the interconnection of various devices that work autonomously, together with systems that have a bidirectional circulation of information. data between the control center and the user, where a large volume of data will be handled to be analyzed by means of solutions such as Big-Data and artificial intelligence.

The energy strategy: use of renewable energies, energy storage and utilization systems, electricity generation distributed throughout the territory, through an individualized supply (micro-generation), not centralized.

The management and protection of resources: land and resource planning based on sustainability criteria, cooperation between administrations.  

The provision of services: development of new collaborative models that allow the integration of public and private, joint service models.

The Government and administration data accessibility, transparency in management, application of sustainable policies.

There are also smaller-scale systems that, achieving an interaction between each of them, will add to the operation of the smart city, attracting capital and specialists in the sector, of which they are:

  • Intelligent measurement of the energy expenditure data of each user, through telemeters where the readings are made remotely and in real time.

  • Smart buildings and Smart Homes, which respect the environment and have integrated energy production systems.

  • Smart sensors have the function of collecting all the necessary data to make the city a Smart City. They are a fundamental part of keeping the city connected and informed, and making each subsystem fulfill its function.

  • Electric vehicles and the respective public and private recharging stations.

  • Information and communication technologies (ICT) These are the information technologies that help to control the different subsystems that make up the Smart City.  


To improve lifestyle and face environmental and demographic challenges, highly innovative ideas are necessary, in this sense C&C Wireless is prepared to take on the necessary challenges and thus provide solutions that can be integrated into the Smart City, taking into account Given that challenges will arise, we are evaluating the measures taken by other cities worldwide, in order to ensure that technologies and applications adapt to Smart Cities and are profitable and efficient.
Among the RANKING of the 10 smartest cities worldwide is the following list.

1. London (England)
2. New York (United States)
3. Amsterdam (Netherlands)
4. Paris (France)
5. Reykjavik (Iceland)
6. Tokyo (Japan)
7. Singapore (Singapore)
8. Copenhagen (Denmark)
9. Berlin (Germany)
10. Vienna (Austria)

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