Building Managing Intelligent City

In a world of shifting economic power, dramatically changing demographic patterns and longterm resource pressures, cities are emerging as critical points of action and transformation in the global map. With more and more of the world population living in cities, their potential to impact the quality of life of populations, shape economic activity and stimulate sustainable growth is becoming ever more clear. In parallel the potential for challenges arising from over-crowding, resource exploitation and economic polarization is also rising. As cities increasingly compete for citizens, enterprises and investment in an interdependent multi-polar world, the bar is also being raised on the intrinsic capabilities, facilities and capacities to enable long-term, sustained development.

Building Managing Intelligent City

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