Summary of the article titled Smart Telki – Answering citizen demand in the outskirts of Budapest from 2020 by Bence Majoros, Marcell Molnár, Tamás Sajti, and Rolland Vida, presented at the 2020 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference.
I will interview Rolland Vida in the next episode, number 054I, and this is a great preparation for that interview.
Plus, since we are investigating the future of cities, I thought it would be interesting to see how the global solutions can work in different settings. This article investigates some specific smart city developments applied to Telki, a small municipality in the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary, trying to answer some particular citizen demands.
You can find the article through this link.
Abstract: In the last few years, more and more smart city applications and services were being deployed by municipalities all over the world. Best practices and lessons learned by other cities are certainly important, but each city has its own problems, constraints, budget limitations, but also specific user demands. In this paper we present some specific smart city developments in Telki, a small municipality in the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary, developments that tried to answer specific citizen demands while making use of the already deployed infrastructure (especially surveillance cameras), and avoiding further costly investments.
You can find the transcript through this link.
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