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Last Mile

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Urban Life

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  • 1. last mile
  • 2. Bell Lab
  • 3. Almaden Valley
  • 4. The framework is based around four “urban images” namely Entrepreneurial City 2050 (Transforming urban areas in Europe as hubs of innovation and creativity), Connected City 2050 (Realizing eco-friendly and intelligent intra- and inter-urban transport and logistic systems), Pioneer City 2050 (Ensuring social cohesion, integration) and Live City 2050 (Reducing the ecological footprint and enhancing climate neutrality), each highlighting the strategic dimensions of the initiative. From these three research issues have been Identified: Urban Megatrends, Urban Networks and Connectivity Socio-ecological Sustainability of City Systems. For each of these issues a number of research themes and illustrative research questions have been defined, providing a clear overview of the broad scope of the JPI. During the seminar three additional “experimental” projects were introduced. The first relates to monitoring and information systems and the drivers of long term urban developments, the second to behavior, technology and planning in urban patterns, and the third to resilience, efficiency and social participation in cities as a response to new challenges. Imperial College London
  • 5. Hillol.Sarkar@ago-inc.com

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