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Smart city concept in the light of the literature review

number of smart city initiatives, the authors conducted a bibliographic analysis of the existing publications in this area, collected in Scopus and Web of Science databases. The article aims to identify the areas of research analysed in the literature concerning a smart city. This measure represents the first stage of the research process, aiming to identify the research problems in the field and a solution, which would constitute a theoretical and practical contribution to the development of smart city management. All the considerations and research in the field of

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Implementation of the Smart City Technology for Environmental Protection Management of Cities: The Experience of Russia and Kazakhstan

. Strategies of “Smart Cities” creation and development. Vestnik Universiteta 2018:4:39–42. doi:10.26425/1816-4277-2018-4-39-42 [8] 20 the most dirty cities of Russia. Vedomosty [Online]. [Accessed 26.02.2019]. Available: [9] Priority areas for the implementation of smart city technologies in Russian cities [Online]. [Accessed 26.02.2019]. Available: [10] Naizabekov A., Bozhko L. Future development

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Implementation of the Smart City Concept in the EU: Importance of Cluster Initiatives and Best Practice Cases

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Smart City Through a Flexible Approach to Smart Energy

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Sustainable Smart Cities: A Fog Computing Framework for a Smart Urban Transport Network

References 1. Ahvenniemi, H., Huovila, A., Pinto-Seppä, I., Airaksinen, M., (2017), What are the differences between sustainable and smart cities? Cities 60 (A), pp. 234-245. 2. Bonomi, F., (2011), Connected vehicles, the internet of things, and fog computing. In: Proceedings of the Eighth ACM International Workshop on Vehicular Inter-Networking (VANET), pp. 13-15. 3. Caragliu, A., Del Bo, C. and Nijkamp, P., (2011), Smart Cities in Europe, Journal of Urban Technology, 18, pp. 65-82. 4. Caragliu

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The Smart City is landing! On the geography of policy mobility

References Albino V, Berardi U, Dangelico RM (2015) Smart cities: Definitions, Dimensions, Performance and Initiatives. Journal of Urban Technology 22: 3−21. Anthopoulos L, Janssen M, Weerakkody V (2016) A Unified Smart City Model (USCM) for smart city Conceptualization and Benchmarking. International Journal of Electronic Government Research 12(2): 77−93. Barthel S, Colding J (2017) An urban ecology critique on the Smart City model. Journal of Cleaner Production 164: 95−101. Clarke N (2012) Urban policy mobility, anti-politics, and

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The Smart City of Medellín, its achievements and potential risks

number of academics have also developed their own studies on fragments of the transformed Medellín (using or not using the concept of the Smart City). Medellín, due to its dramatic transformation, has been awakening the interest of a number of researchers and thus a range of data and viewpoints are available. These together should help build a multi-dimensional image of Medellín as a Smart City. These studies are furthermore contrasted with some other quantitative data and indicators such as poverty or literacy, which are not commonly looked at in analyses of the

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The method of improvement of quality of life of older people as users and maintainers of technical means in Smart City

REFEENCES Behrendt, F. (2016). Why cycling matters for Smart Cities. Internet of Bicycles for Intelligent Transport. Journal of Transport Geography, 56, pp. 157-164. Bosch, P., Jongeneel, S., Rovers, V., Neumann, H.-M., Airaksinen, M., and Huovila, A. CITY keys indicators for smart city projects and smart cities. Available at: . [Accessed 28 January 2018]. Braun, L. (2008). Wzrasta średnia wieku pracowników. Available at: www

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The Concept of E-Tourism in the Smart City Assumption as an Opportunity for the Development of Tourism in Wałbrzych

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Solutions for supporting the management of network technical systems in the aspect of the Smart City concept

REFEENCES Angelidou, M., Psaltoglou, A., Komninos, N., Kakderi, C., Tsarchopoulos, P. and Panori, A. (2017). Enhancing sustainable urban development through smart city applications. Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management, 9(2), pp. 146-169. Antosz, K. (2018). Maintenance – identification and analysis of the competency gap. Eksploatacja i Niezawodnosc – Maintenance and Reliability, 20(3), pp. 484-494. Biały W., Ruzbarsky J. (2018). Breakdown cause and effect analysis. Case study. Management Systems in Production Engineering, Volume

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