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Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Communication and Networks

Smart Cities: Challenges and Beyond


Muhammad Hassan Raza, Munam Ali Shah, Muhammad Kamran Abbasi


A smart city is an interconnection of objects in which each object plays a role of a source node. The data and information is collected from the source node for further computation and communication. A city can only be called a smart city if certain attributes are available such as clean water, good transport, energy efficiency, well-structured infrastructure, Internet of Things (IoT), mobile health (m-health), and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). In this paper, we provide a comprehensive overview of the things that form a smart city. We focus on applications and technologies and identify different challenges in a smart city. Furthermore, the critical evaluation of different standards, architectures and frameworks form part of the paper. 

Internet of Things (IoT), Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), mobile-health (m-health), Smart City

Proceedings of the IOARP International Conference on Communication and Networks 2015
18-19 December, 2015
London, United Kingdom
Proceedings of the (IOARP ICCN 2015) IOARP International Conference on Communication & Networks
1 March 2016
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IDL-ICCN15-007
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