SMART CITIES AND TERRITORIES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF TECHNOLOGICAL SURVEILLANCE

  • Jaime Rendon Acevedo
  • wmiranda Universidad de Lasalle, Bogotá

Abstract

This article looked for key elements on how to implement a smart city or a smart territory from a technological perspective in Colombia. The study found that the achievement of smart territory has two major components. The first is political commitment at the highest level, which serves as the sponsor and facilitator of the process; coupled with the definition of public policy on intelligent territories, in a framework that brings together the Development Plans, creating economic, technological and social welfare synergies. The second is the social, technical and financial component, which consults regional realities to model and execute intelligent territory in a participatory manner.

Author Biography

Jaime Rendon Acevedo
Dopcente Investigador, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas Universidad de La Salle
Published
2019-08-28
Section
MASTER FINAL DEGREE PROJECT

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