Smart Cities Technologies: Transformation of Cities is a five-course program that provides a clear picture of the cities of the future.

Smart cities are built on the basis of interconnected services and infrastructures using state of the art communication technologies, ICT, and electronics to automate services, improve quality of life, and increase efficiency of public activities. Smart cities aim to connect and integrate every possible service and sector on a digital platform to enable scalability and help expand respective services for the public good. This course program takes into account the transformation of cities and addresses the potential privacy and security implications of this digital transition at every level of smart city services.

Upon completion of this course program, technical professionals will:

▪ Understand the defining characteristics of a smart city and its applications in various corners of society
▪ Examine the use of AI and IoT in the smart healthcare and transportation systems that exist within a smart city
▪ Explore energy management and sourcing techniques that smart cities and smart grids require to function
▪ Highlight the importance of data privacy and security when operating a digitally transformed city

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Courses Included in the Program:

  • History, Social Impact, and Examples
  • Healthcare Evolution: from Zero to Smart Hospital Systems in Smart Cities
  • Transportation Transformation in the Smart City
  • Smart City Energy Distribution
  • Smart City Data Security and Privacy

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