Health and public transport: aspects that need improvement to become a smart city

The capital investment to improve the emergency health care in order to reduce consultation time, to improve non polluting public transport and sensors  that check whether there is available parking for a person’s vehicle, are some of the key arguments exposed in a congress on smart cities that took place in Madrid.

This city, for example, provides an integrated accident and emergency centre capable of mobilizing health care, the police and the fire brigade in less than 8 minutes to attend an emergency.

A sentence worth remembering from Xavier Trías, city-councilor of Barcelona a city that slowly integrates the technology and sustainability in its structure: «A city becomes intelligent with a sustained effort over time”.



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