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Smart City: utopia o realtà? Comprendere l’evoluzione per comprendere la trasformazione

Saveria Olga Murielle Boulanger

Abstract


Il termine Smart City nasce come risposta ad alcuni problemi concreti che la città del XXI secolo si trova ad affrontare: aumento della popolazione, dell’inurbamento, cambiamento climatico. La città del XX secolo si è sviluppata in maniera deregolata, senza considerare quanto il “bene Terra” fosse limitato e come il suo ecosistema fragile. E’ all’interno di questo clima che il concetto di città “intelligente” nasce e si sviluppa. Lo studio si pone l’obiettivo di studiare il fenomeno partendo dall’analisi delle sue origini e dall’evoluzione storica che lo ha prodotto.

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Smart City; Utopia;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1283/fam/issn2039-0491/n33-2015/79

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