Smart urban planning starts with interdisciplinary thinking and action

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The concept of smart cities has now been around for almost three decades. Although many cities have become smarter worldwide, most projects still tend to deal with only partial “smartification”. This is one deficiency that the European Triangulum project, one of 14 European Smart Cities and Communities Lighthouse projects and part Horizon 2020 framework programme is aiming to counter act.

The project, which provides a total of 30 million Euros, 25 million of which is secured by the European Commission, aims to ensure that future urban planning becomes an extensively multidisciplinary effort.

+INFO: Euro Scientist

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