The Model of Smart Cities in Theory and in Practice

Rajiv Singh Irungbam


Today, the term “smart” is commonly implied in various day-to-day commodities as an attractive feature, such as smart car for mobility, smart phones for communication, smart TV for entertainment or smartcard for multiple services. On a grand scale, the term has even caught attention in the paradigm of urban planning policy and practices.

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