Smart Spaces – Spatialized Smartness

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Abstract

Urban technologies (Information and Communication Technologies ICTs) are globally implemented in cities in order to meet current challenges such as urbanization, global warming, environmental pollution and scarcity of resources. Against the background of global digital and technological tendencies of the last two decades this paper discusses the neighborhood scale spatial conditions and spatial territorial transformation in suburban public space.

The distribution of social necessities is centered around the suburban areas, as property and renting prizes in growing cities in Europe are rising and most urgent mobility needs are affecting the least privileged social groups.
Urban technologies (Information and Communication Technologies ICTs) are globally implemented in cities in order to meet current challenges such as urbanization, global warming, environmental pollution and scarcity of resources. Against the background of global digital and technological tendencies of the last two decades this paper discusses the neighborhood scale spatial conditions and spatial territorial transformation in suburban public space.

The distribution of social necessities is centered around the suburban areas, as property and renting prizes in growing cities in Europe are rising and most urgent mobility needs are affecting the least privileged social groups.

Urban technologies (Information and Communication Technologies ICTs) are globally implemented in cities in order to meet current challenges such as urbanization, global warming, environmental pollution and scarcity of resources. Against the background of global digital and technological tendencies of the last two decades this paper discusses the neighborhood scale spatial conditions and spatial territorial transformation in suburban public space.

The distribution of social necessities is centered around the suburban areas, as property and renting prizes in growing cities in Europe are rising and most urgent mobility needs are affecting the least privileged social groups.
Translated title of the contributionSmarte Räume – Verräumlichte Smartness
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventAHRA 2018: Smartness? Between Discourse and Practice - TU Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Duration: 15 Nov 201817 Nov 2018
https://www.smartness-discoursepractice.org

Conference

ConferenceAHRA 2018: Smartness? Between Discourse and Practice
CountryNetherlands
CityEindhoven
Period15/11/1817/11/18
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Keywords

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Urban Studies

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    Radulova-Stahmer, R. (2018). Smart Spaces – Spatialized Smartness. Paper presented at AHRA 2018: Smartness? Between Discourse and Practice, Eindhoven, Netherlands.