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UNE with smart destinations and smart cities

Twenty-two UNE standards represent the first steps in becoming a smart city, a concept which has been under development since 2012 and aims to achieve the very best for each city in symbiosis with the environment, thereby promoting sustainable development: public service networks, telecommunications, management of municipal assets, open data, city platforms with open and standardised interfaces, and universal access...

Smart tourist destinations have risen to the challenge of Smart Cities, regardless of their size or type, with the management system standard UNE 178501, that tackles innovation, the use of technology, universal access, and destination sustainability.

The diligent work carried out by the CTN 178 of UNE is directly promoted by the Secretary of State for Information Society and Digital Agenda (SESIAD) of the Ministry of Energy, Tourism and Digital Agenda (MINETAD).

- UNE 178301:2015. Smart cities. Open Data.

- UNE 178501:2016. Management system of smart tourist destinations Requirements.

- UNE 178105:2017. Universal Accessibility in Smart Cities

- UNE 178401:2017. Smart cities. Street lighting.

Video – Smart City, a new city model

Did you know…?
2017 is the International Year of Sustainable Tourism.


 

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