Clearing the existing fog over the smart sustainable city concept: highlighting the importance of governance
Population grow and rapid urbanization generate several consequences such as congestion, air, water and urban pollution, health issues, social inequality, natural resource shortage, among others. Read More
Initiatives for Smarter and more Sustainable Cities in Two Brazilian Cities: Drivers, Benefits and Challenges
Development of Human Resources for the Governance of Sustainable Smart Cities – CAP4CITY Project
The CAP4CITY project aims to strengthen and develop the capacity of academic institutions in Latin America and Europe to improve the quality of higher education in the field of sustainable smart cities. Read More
Taxonomy for mobile applications of government services in municipalities of Argentina
Development of Sustainable Smart Cities – A Case Study Implemented by the Municipality of Vicente López
This work presents a case study of a smart city initiative developed by the Municipality of Vicente López. The documentation of the case study was carried out within the framework of the CAP4CITY Project that seeks to develop governance capacities for sustainable smart cities in Latin America. Read More
Data Disclosure or Debureaucratization: Which is the Best Strategy to Reduce Corruption Vulnerability?
Edimara M. Luciano, CAP4CITY project leader at PUCRS presented the paper “Data Disclosure or Debureaucratization: Which is the Best Strategy to Reduce Corruption Vulnerability?” at the Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o). Read More
Towards a Smart Sustainable City Roadmap: Identifying Competency Gaps
Gabriela Viale Pereira together with the CAP4CITY project partners have organized a workshop “Towards a Smart Sustainable City Roadmap: Identifying Competency Gaps” at the Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o). Read More
Discussing the Twofold Role of Government – Provider and User – in the Open Government Data Ecosystem
C3-Sex: a chatbot to chase cyber perverts
J. Murcia, S. Moreno, D. Díaz López, and F. Gómez Mármol. C3-Sex: a Chatbot to Chase Cyber perverts. The 4th IEEE Cyber Science and Technology Congress. Main track: Infrastructures for Smart City/Country, cybersecurity, privacy & trust. Fukuoka, Japan, 2019. Read More
BSIEM-IoT: a blockchain – based and distributed SIEM for the internet of things
A. Pardo, F. Ardila, D. Díaz López, and F. Gómez Mármol. BSIEM-IoT: A Blockchain-based and Distributed SIEM for the Internet of Things. 17th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS). 1st International Workshop on Application Intelligence and Blockchain Security (AIBlock). Bogota, Colombia. 2019. Read More
Cosmos: collaborative, seamless and adaptive sentinel for the Internet of Things
Territorio Data 4: The intelligence of territories from data culture
ICT improve the performance of public administration processes, the companies and the funtioning of the city systems, and until now, they have managed to change the minds of citizens and the processes of companies, so that both adopt responsible and rational behaviors with the consumption of natural resources.
Data culture, risk and smat cities
The concept of intelligent city is generating reflections on issues that until now were not a priority for local actors. The notion of intelligent city questions us about how we have planned the operation of the municipalities, provinces and regions; managed the inputs, goods and natural resources linked to the logistic and expulsion chains of the territory, and how we have integrated innovation to solve local problems.