Cidades Inteligentes: Uma Visão sobre a Agenda de Pesquisas em Tecnologia da Informação Outros Idiomas

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53417
Resumo:
Cidades inteligentes é um tema onde a academia tem papel de destaque na determinação de novas tecnologias em Tecnologia da Informação e Comunicação (TIC) para se enfrentar os desafios da dinâmica urbana, provendo inovações e soluções tecnológicas que incrementem a gestão das cidades e que promovam melhorias na vida das pessoas e nas condições de operações das organizações. Esse trabalho tem por objetivo apresentar e discutir a agenda de pesquisas em TIC aplicáveis ao campo da gestão urbana com vistas à materialização das cidades inteligentes. Trata-se de uma pesquisa quantitativa baseada em levantamento realizado com 84 pesquisadores brasileiros e estrangeiros que atenderam à São Paulo School of Advanced Science on Smart Cities, em agosto de 2017. Os resultados mostraram que a agenda global de pesquisas está focada nas dimensões urbanas de mobilidade e serviços sociais por meio do emprego de tecnologias como big data, internet das coisas e inteligência artificial.
Citação ABNT:
WEISS, M. C.Cidades Inteligentes: Uma Visão sobre a Agenda de Pesquisas em Tecnologia da Informação . Revista Brasileira de Gestão e Inovação, v. 6, n. 3, p. 162-187, 2019.
Citação APA:
Weiss, M. C.(2019). Cidades Inteligentes: Uma Visão sobre a Agenda de Pesquisas em Tecnologia da Informação . Revista Brasileira de Gestão e Inovação, 6(3), 162-187.
DOI:
10.18226/23190639.v6n3.08
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/53417/cidades-inteligentes--uma-visao-sobre-a-agenda-de-pesquisas-em-tecnologia-da-informacao-/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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