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Pametne priče sa ruba grada: GKR Lab vs. CEKOM-2020, razgovor #1

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Sorry, this entry is only available in Croatian. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language.Pritisnuli nas virusi i potresi, ali ne treba posustati. Korištenjem blagodati moderne tehnologije Kristian Benić (Gradska knjižnica Rijeka) i Damir Medved (Ericsson/Smart Ri) […]

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COMPETENCE CENTER FOR SMART CITIES – MORE THAN 95 MILLION GRANT FROM EU FUNDS

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At the beginning of March this year, with the approval of the European Union grant from the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion, CEKOM – Competence Center for Smart Cities started with its first preparatory activities.Competence Centers (CEKOM) are part of the innovation infrastructure of the Republic of Croatia and one of the instruments to strengthen […]

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Koliko je Rijeka “zelen” grad ?

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Pozitivan utjecaj zelenila na stanovnike Grad s dobro planiranom i dobro upravljanom zelenom infrastrukturom postaje otporniji, održiviji i pravedniji u pogledu proizvodnje i sigurnosti hrane, smanjenja siromaštva, poboljšanja životnog stila, ublažavanja i prilagodbe klimatskim promjenama, smanjenja rizika od katastrofa i očuvanja lokalnog ekosustava. Koje su koristi od očuvanja zelenih površina: Drveće može doprinijeti povećanju sigurnosti […]

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Key indicators of smart city performance

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Smart City KPIKey Performance Indicators (KPIs) are useful not only for evaluating the efficiency of city services, but also for analyzing how one or a set of changes will contribute to urban transformation into a smart sustainable city, providing a basis for standardization, KPIs can also enable comparisons between different cities to determine which is […]

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How to reach a smart sustainable city (SSC)?

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Smart Sustainable CityPrevious initiatives aimed at designing and implementing POG have proven that there is no single approach to making the city smarter and more sustainable. Each city represents a unique system, where different actors – city government, utility companies and citizens, undertake numerous activities, creating a complex of interactions and interdependencies. Understanding the specific […]