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Smart Cities and Global R and D
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Data Model for Smart Cities and Global R and D
When I think about Smart Cities, I imagine Global Communities of Knowledge Workers connected by State-of-the-Art communications equipment and workig in an environment where being distributed geographically is no obstacle to collaboration and teamwork.

The big three Database vendors, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle, all have Research Centers in different parts of the world.
These Centers, of course, all share ideas and cooperate on Projects, report to common standards.
These characteristics have a great deal in common with Smart Cities and we can consider the Global Research Centers as examples of Smart Cities.
IBM is active in this area of Smarter Cities, for example, Dubuque,Iowa


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