Many cities, especially medium to small cities and those in developing countries, find that their smart city ambitions compete with other priorities for resources and that the high-level skills required to implement smart city solutions are in short supply. Such cities can still be smarter than they are, with low-cost solutions that do not require extensive infrastructure or very high skill levels to implement. The aim of this project is to collect examples of such solutions and to produce a guide for cities of Simple Ways to be Smart. A fuller description of the project is available on the ITU Sharepoint project page.
You are invited to join and contribute to the project.