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Smart City n.1 – The Italian way

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The great industrial revolutions all stem from profound changes in the diffusion of information and energy. The first industrial revolution saw the birth of the steam engine and new printing systems, the second was fueled by oil and observed the birth of the radio, while the third characterized by the massive introduction of electronics and information technology in industry and still in progress will see converge energy networks with intelligent Internet networks. In each city, buildings will become producers of energy and information. The European dream is born as opposed to the American dream: this is the thought of Jeremy Rifkin, an American economist who sees a new future for the cities of the Old Continent, in which every municipality, every building will become intelligent and will be connected to the Network with others, becoming an active producer of energy and information.

Smart City n.1

Smart City n.1