El estudio, con la colaboración de Cotec, ha analizado el ‘Índice de Madurez Digital’ de los 17 Servicios de Salud en España
Los Servicios de ...
The Smart City Journal has been an active partner in the Smart Cities Sofa Summit and now wants to bring some of the conclusions closer to our followers.
It is evidence that the coronavirus has changed the lives of people and cities. That is why we start here a section in which the mayors of large and small cities explain to us how the design of their future is.
LOGROÑO ADAPTS ITS MOBILITY AND URBAN SPACE
Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza Logroño Mayor
The city (in La Rioja, Spain) adapts its mobility and urban space turning the health emergency into opportunity through its ‘Logroño Open Streets’ strategy. Logroño has implemented a strategy through an emergency declaration in May aimed at regaining the space to respect social distancing in mobility through light, fast and inexpensive tactical... read more
MADRID, A BETTER CITY AFTER THE PANDEMIC
José Luis Martínez-Almeida Navasqüés Madrid Mayor
No one can boast of being prepared for a pandemic like the coronavirus. No big city was, and neither was Madrid. Our high population density, a thriving economy, our Madrid Barajas airport, that is the window open to the world, or our attractiveness as a tourist destination, have made Madrid a particularly punished place; turning these hallmarks... read more