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The holistic approach of WSCO (The World's Smart Cities Organization) is inspiring for most of our partners and widely recognized as a functional one. While addressing the challenges we provide expertise to overcome almost any obstacle in creating smart city solutions. The functionality comes from working very closely to all...
The President of WSCO, Mr. Eduard Dumitrascu,  travels all over the world to the most developed countries that have a strategical Smart City vision and who act upon it, and also to countries where there is a strong will to develop smart cities and there is a real need...
Eduard Dumitrascu, President The World's Smart Cities Organization - Smart City Expert With extensive experience in the public environment, Eduard Dumitrascu added to his portfolio the experience gained from the position of County Councilor, Counselor of the Romanian Parliament and Secretary of State within the Ministry of European Funds. He is...
The World's Smart Cities Organization We support cities and nations to implement smart city solutions Press Release, Global Smart Cities Contest London, 2018 October 3rd, 2018 71-75 Shelton Street, London, Greater London, United Kingdom, WC2H 9JQ The World Smart Cities Organization (WSCO) organized in London, on October 1st, 2018, the Gala of Global Smart Cities Contest, 2018 edition....
The first half of 2017 was a natural continuation of the projects started in 2016, but also an important development and expansion in the international market for The World's Smart Cities Organization (WSCO). WSCO's work has focused on participating in major European events dedicated to the smart city industry, exchanging...
NVIDIA has found two new partners for its Metropolis AI smart city platform; mobile and networking player Huawei, and international e-commerce giant Alibaba. The company announced the two new partners, who will play as-yet unspecified roles in the development and deployment of Metropolis AI, at this year’s GTC tech conference...
Cities represent three quarters of energy consumption and 80% of CO2 emissions worldwide, and represent the largest of any environmental policy challenge. Urbanisation is only set to increase, cities house half the world's population today but are set to host three quarters in 2050. To cope with this continued urban...
It's clearly emerges that most Smart City services are based on a centralized architecture, where a dense and heterogeneous set of peripheral devices deployed over the urban area generate different types of data that are then delivered through suitable communication technologies to a control center, where data storage and...