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Du bassin de vie à la Smart City: Smart City, entre intelligence technologique et vivacité humaine

Abstract : Smart City was initially based on the idea of using technology in the urban field. It then evolved towards the development of the vivacity of human capital, communicating vessels being created by stimulating the development of one by the other. There are more and more opportunities for joint development. This phenomenon, which is well known in the industrial and organizational management fields, can be found in the public sector of territorial management. In the organisations sector, the importance of the information system is widely recognised. It is the missing link that will enable the Smart City to really produce the expected developments. Two case studies in the field of health and intermunicipal social cohesion illustrate the point. These cases also highlight the need, more than in the field of organisational management, to have very detailed information on each individual’s capacity for action. Mobile technologies make this possible. The information system must therefore include these devices. The same is true for the algorithmic processing of data, the fineness and individualisation resulting in an explosion of the quantity of data.
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Igor Crevits, C. Hemery. Du bassin de vie à la Smart City: Smart City, entre intelligence technologique et vivacité humaine. Management des technologies organisationnelles, Presses des Mines, 2020, 11, pp.107-118. ⟨hal-03403016⟩



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