Smart city -- future city? : smart city 2.0 as a livable city and future market /

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Main Author: Etezadzadeh, Chirine, (Author)
Format: Book Electronic
Published:Wiesbaden : Springer Vieweg, [2015]
Series:Essentials (Springer VS)
Online Access:SpringerLink Available to Wheaton College users only
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Table of Contents:
  • What you Can Find in this Essential ; Definition of "City"; Preface; Contents; About the author; Chapter-1; Introduction; Chapter-2; The City as a Place of Opportunity; 2.1 Challenges Facing Cities; 2.2 The Relevance of Cities; 2.3 Goals for Cities; Chapter-3; Functionality; 3.1 Infrastructures; 3.2 Critical Infrastructures; 3.3 Resilience; Chapter-4; Urban Product Requirements; 4.1 Urban Consumption and Ideal Products; 4.2 Urban Product Development; 4.3 Generalizability; Chapter-5; Social Developments; 5.1 Ecology, the Economy, and Politics; 5.2 Sociocultural Trends; 5.3 Sharing and Trust Chapter-6Digitalization; 6.1 The Relevance of Digitalization; 6.2 Development of the Internet from the Users' Perspective; 6.3 The Significance of Digitalization for a Sustainable City; Chapter-7; The City of the Future; 7.1 The Energy Sector (Electricity); 7.2 Structure and Features of Smart City 2.0; 7.3 What is Smart City 2.0?; 7.4 Conclusions; What are the Take-Home Messages of This Essential?; References