Publications

  • Cintel - SMART CITY INDEX (in Spanish)

    Cintel

    The "Cintel Smart-City Index" -CSI proposed by Cintel allows to characterize the state of the cities in its process of becoming Smart Cities; Understood as the one characterized by the intensive use of ICT in the creation and improvement of the systems that make up the city

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  • Intelligent cities: opportunities to generate sustainable solutions (in Spanish)

    Cintel

    Since 2007, CINTEL has included in its lines of research, the study of alternatives of city development such as the Ubiquitous Cities2 and Global Cities3, as well as the study of ICT solutions generated for this type of cities such as Cloud Computing4 and Intelligent Systems of Transport5, concepts strongly related to Intelligent Cities. At present, CINTEL's research agenda is the construction of an Intelligent Cities development model as a tool for the design of national and regional policies.

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  • Open data and smart cities in Latin America (in Spanish)

    Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL)

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  • Digital transformation: wiring the responsive city

    The Manhattan Institute’s Center for State and Local Leadership

    American cities are on the brink of the most significant change in local and state governance since the reforms that dismantled Tammany Hall 125 years ago. Across a wide range of political convictions and practical expertise, innovators—Republicans and Democrats, technocrats and citizen activists businesses and nonprofit organizations, street-level bureaucrats and their clients—together are revolutionizing local government.

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  • Citizenship series - Transparent and accountable cities: innovative solutions for municipal management and finance. FINAL REPORT

    Uraia Platform

    In 2017, the Uraía Platform workshop focused on how cities can use SMART technologies in order to be more transparent and accountable to their citizens. A two day workshop under theme of "Transparent and accountable cities: innovative solutions for municipal management and finance" was organized in collaboration with the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP). This report recounts the exchanges, discussions developed and shared during that event.