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One of the leading industrialized Nordic countries with a population 5.83 million, Denmark, has transited to green growth economy by developing the green growth strategy, initiating with the smart city Copenhagen. This city is one the most technological city in the worldwide through a lot of projects such as smart parking and energy lab to meet the challenges of population growth.

The Denmark’s capital aims to be a first free carbon city globally by 2025 and Denmark is planned to be totally independent of fossil fuel by 2050. These ambitions objectives are appraised locally to stimulate locals to be involved in developing of urban environment and build a sustainable society. Through this approach, Copenhagen paves the way for start-ups and many international companies to explore their business opportunities and be a part of the fast-growing smart city. In Europe, Copenhagen is the easiest spot to do business among flexible regulations besides to a free unique access to public data sources by the government initiative in the aim to drive smart city innovation.



Lisbon, Portugal’s capital is becoming more attractive in wide aspects of smart building construction, smart mobility, smart energy, smart intelligent services and information and communication technology. This city proves its capability to live on renewable energy and use smart technology which make it the most all-encompassing smart city and beneficial for residents and visitors.

Particularly, Lisbon aims to be a better sustainable city that focuses on its habitants through ongoing development of life quality, energy efficiency and mobility. To meet this goal, this city chosen three main innovation projects to be invested at its heart: Mobility, Management through data and the Internet of Things (IoT) and Building Rehabilitation. To encourage investment in smart energy, the legislations have been triggered by technology to attract stakeholders to boost economy and make this city more creative.



The capital of the United Kingdom, London, is an ancient city has a great history of innovation and technology which make it a centric tech capital of Europe by size and type of investments. London aims to provide a better life quality for citizens along with sustainable goals.

As one of the worlds’ leading technology hubs, the fibre connectivity and air monitoring system ‘hyper local’ have been achieved in the UK capital besides for promoting a smart infrastructure. In addition, the UK capital has the latest smart transportation construction to deliver the most efficient and safe journey. For public engagement within the community, London city makes a free open-access platform to residents, companies, researchers and tech developers. This shared-data resource assists to analyse the possibilities for growth possibilities in various areas of London. All in all, the examples of innovation and technology refer the robust patterns for the smart city London.



In many ways, the US is still the birthplace for innovation globally where the first assembly line introduced by the industrial giant, Henry Ford, in the Michigan state and launched the first affordable car. Without surprise, the US has found one of the most innovative and smartest cities in the world, the Capital of Michigan – Lasing city, to make a change not only physically but also on social landscape to evolve the life quality of the residential population.

The capital city of Michigan has created a smart mobility and transportation hub to develop traffic flow, reduce pollution and increase safety in different crossroads of this city. As part of its race in the internet revolutionary, the Lasing city strives to integrate new technologies and Internet of Things (IoT) to connect all electronic appliances in the upcoming years. Indeed, this technology progress will be intrinsic to draw future companies to shape the autonomous future. Along with, Lasing is pursuing to improve the life of citizens and make the community more sustainable through Michigan Urban Farming Initiative (MUFI) by supporting cultivation and attracting people who are willing to live in sustainable communities and make them feel fulfilled. In addition to this, creating intelligent healthcare in corporation with the Michigan University to comprehend the best treatment programs for patients to help them get back on their feet. That’s the edge where the Michigan’s capital city inspires to make the community more liveable and sustainable.