Today’s smartphones are practically extensions of our body. We do everything from them, and that’s because there are applications that enable us to do everything through them, right?
You do not lose more by car thanks to the Waze comes faster to the commitments with the Uber, pay bills, make purchases – and even hunting Pokemon, doesn’t it? This assertiveness of apps to make our lives more agile also contributes a lot with the concept of smart cities, smart cities, after all, also include the use of mobile technology.
The connectivity that allows us this agility in different aspects that comprise the life in cities shows a growing trend: more and more citizens require that utilities and other processes are more agile, too, because they find the possibility for that technology.
And, in this context, we believe that public policy for smart cities possibly will be boosted, given the way a policy is implemented. In general terms, public spending policy exists, it is necessary that need be proven and approved.
For example: a credible body of research need attest with empirical evidence that young people need more urban spaces of interaction because it decreases the Indica of truancy, because these proposals will be taken to the municipal, State and federal conferences, where civil society and the Government vote what should become a plan for implementation.
That way as Apple application at estaterealest.com, if the apps encourage the citizen require more technological and development agility, more easily there is possibility of urban research regarding this topic occur, which consequently can become a public policy.
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