In recent years the concept of Smart City has undergone an extension from its native scope of ICT applications to the most diverse areas, from the sustainable building, to the rooftop gardens and zero mile harvesting. This article presents an example of a real project in which, while remaining in the original ICT field, the attribute 'smart' applies in its widest meaning from the definition of the conceptual model, architectural and organizational level, through construction, to its maintenance over time and its reuse in other application contexts. © 2013 IEEE.

Smart City, a model and an architecture of a real project: SensorNet

MAZZINI, Gianluca
2013

Abstract

In recent years the concept of Smart City has undergone an extension from its native scope of ICT applications to the most diverse areas, from the sustainable building, to the rooftop gardens and zero mile harvesting. This article presents an example of a real project in which, while remaining in the original ICT field, the attribute 'smart' applies in its widest meaning from the definition of the conceptual model, architectural and organizational level, through construction, to its maintenance over time and its reuse in other application contexts. © 2013 IEEE.
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