This article focuses on the key success factors for the development of smart cities and the different challenges that these cities will have to face to fully succeed to become the real mainstay of the society of tomorrow.
The mobility and accessibility of a city represents both citizen advantages and comfort, and ecological responsibilities. Actually, if there are many disparities between transportation of different cities, they all aim to better serve their city and to create ecological ways of transportation.
Driven by requirements to support greater amounts of renewables, our distribution grids are transforming to accommodate two-way electricity and two-way data flow on the journey to become greener, intelligent, and more flexible. What are the conséquences of these evolutions?
Advanced metering infrastructure devices (AMI) are considered as a way to improve meter read accuracy and reduce operational costs. But their lifetime is limited by the life of their battery. So the question is how to improve battery life ?
European smart cities differ from other smart cities because of the constraint of implementing initiatives within existing cities. This article illustrates the diversity of smart initiatives and the different key performance indicators.