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Smart Governance

Shenzen smart city

Shenzhen, a technology powerhouse in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, has digitised most government administration in recent years as China moves ahead with smart city developments.

Artificial intelligence and big data have transformed the way locals interact with government, with tech giants such as Alibaba, Tencent and Ping An Smart City leading the innovation.


The city of Sejong is located in Korea and is a national model of a smart city. It is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment, the Happy City at the confluence of the Miho River and the Geum River. 

Passenger counting sensors on buses in Debrecen

Initially 8 buses of DKV Transport Ltd. have been equipped with passenger counting sensors on an experimental basis, but now 14 buses are equipped with them. These sensors are able to provide DKV's scheduling team with data to optimise the company's service. This means that the data will be used to detect the busiest routes and lines, track how passenger numbers change between stops, and compare them at different times.

Nexogen logistics decision support software

Nexogen Ltd. focuses on the development and introduction optimization software catering to the needs of external logistics companies, adapting the software to real operating processes. The implementation tasks are supported by dedicated digital consultants. Among the developed functions the most important ones are route and itinerary planning with special rules, as well as fleet management and assignment of transport tasks. The entire operation of large companies can be optimized with the help of special, holistic decision support software.

Strategy for Stockholm as a smart and connected city

In order to reach its vision of becoming a smart city, Stockholm will stimulate, guide and coordinate different digitalization projects. The strategy for Stockholm as a smart and connected city, together with the City's upcoming digitalization program, describes how this should be done. There are already many good local examples from the City of activities and projects that make the city smarter. Implementation of the strategy and the digitalization program will build upon all that is currently done and that has been done in Stockholm.

Perth – Smart City Program

The first step in the rollout of the City of Perth’s new smart city innovation program has been achieved with the award of three tenders. The City was successful in securing a matched funding grant worth $1.3million from the Australian Government, through the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program. This will see ground work commence on technology development and installation of hardware for four projects - Smart Precinct, Smart Irrigation, Smart Sustainability and Data Hub.

Smart Public Lighting in Szank

Using state-of-the art equipment developed by Prolan Co., the first SMART CITY system in Hungary was implemented in Szank. The system is based on the public lighting network and it covers the whole settlement. It was the first time the company has applied its ECLIPSE SMART CITY system in such a location where the public lighting network is energized continuously 24 hours a day. The Smart City services built on the intelligent public lighting combined with the sensor techniques provide significant improvement of the quaility of life for the residents.

North Hegyhát Micro-Regional Union

The municipalities, economic parners, institutions and NGOs of the municipalities of Alsómocsolád, Bikal, Mágocs, Mekényes, Nagyhajmás decided in 2014 to work out a joint development program that would enable the synergistic development of the 5 settlements. The North Hegyhát Micro-Regional Union was born from this initiative, which main goal is to establish long-term and well-grounded cooperation between local governments, companies, institutions and organizations within the micro-region. Moreover, the Union intends to create the first "Smart Area" of Hungary.


SmartATL is a consortium of technology companies and startups, state and city governments, and knowledge centers in metro Atlanta. Using applied information based on data collection, interaction, analytics and advanced simulation modeling, the group provides smart corridor connected-vehicle infrastructure which promotes the safe and efficient flow of transit and improving emergency responses.