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Cities are the main pillars of human and economic activity (Caragliu/Del Bo, 2019). The focus of urban development is on economic strength, efficiency, sustainability, and, not least due to current environmental events, resilience of
Smart city resilient officer - A pressing need for all smart cities Click here to download the file Professor Panos Fitsilis, University of Thessaly, [email protected]
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