Procedures for assessing equal the “smartness” of a city

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Lviv Politechnik National University, Department of Information Systems and Networks
Ternopil Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University
Lviv Politechnik National University
Lviv Polytechnic National University

Environmental issues in the world are perhaps the most urgent nowadays. Issues of global warming, of environmental pollution, destruction of nature – these and other themes sound from media every day.

The main factors of the negative impact on the ecology of our planet are cities and great industries. Nowadays in cities live . of all humanity on the planet. Both big cities and small towns strive to achieve status “smart” city, some of them already reached this status, mostly the megacities.

Small towns or groups of towns, which are geographically nearby, economically and structurally interconnected, are mostly just starting moving towards to “smart” status. In one aspect, a “smart” city is eco-friendly, with minimal environmental impact. This article focuses on how to make a city ecofriendly and smart, with the help of a panel of experts and their evaluation, using the example of the Truskavets eco-sociopolis.

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