Each of us belongs to different communities: at work, leisure, politics, health … but
the fact is that daily life is reducing physical contacts. By contrast, the numbers
of digitally connected people are increasing exponentially. The challenge for the
smart community is to find a way for these communities to allow more contacts
with greater efficiency, more personalised and human, with more trust. Smart
technology can help engage citizens, non-governmental organisations,
businesses and the academic community in rising to the challenges and
solving the problems, a community that is greater than the sum of its
parts, a hub of innovation and economic growth, liveable, sustainable
and resilient. The digital transition presents a big opportunity to invent
new tools (just witness the incredible growth of the social network) to
support this demand while being aware of the danger of substituting
physical by virtual contacts. The art is to increase physical contacts
through virtual tools.
digital journey, an opportunity for France. Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, March 2014.
 Global digital population
as of April 2017. Statista – the statics portal.
 Twitter Usage Statistics. Internet
 Spotify - Statistics & Facts. Statista –
the statics portal.
 Pokemon Go -
Statistics & Facts. Statista – the statics portal.
 Monetization over Massiveness:
A Review of MOOC Stats and Trends in 2016. D. Shah – Class Central, December 2016.
Interoperable Distributed Ledger Technology
Open Wise Edge for Smart Communities
Trustworthy and Smart Communities of Cyber-Physical Systems
Social Media and Digital Interaction Intelligence
Electronic Ticketing System
Massive Online Open Course TABlet
A Platform for the Acceleration of go-to market in the ICT Industry
Building as a Service
Collaborative Analytics Platform
Software Development Governance (SDG) as a Service
Innovative Cloud Architecture for Real Entertainment
Extendable Architecture and Service Infrastructure for Cloud-Aware Software
Twinning virtual World (on-line) Information with Real world (off-Line) data sources
Autonomic Services in M2M Networks
Adaptive Content Delivery Cluster
Just Explore DImensions
Do-it-Yourself Smart Experiences
Ubiquitous Service Infrastructure for the Mobile Super Prosumer
Deploying next generation high-definition television from professional production to the home user
Global standards among real and virtual worlds
A publish/Subscribe Infrastructure for Real-Time Services
Collaborative Aggregated Multimedia for Digital Home
Experience sharing in mobile peer communities
Ubiquitous M2M Service Networks
Emplyment/management of services/applications in a distributed home environment
Electronic Protocols Application Software.
Defining an architecture of a digital cinema infrastructure and developing systems & concepts