The importance of communication and information so that the smart city is perceived and experienced by citizens
An interview with Lorenzo Perra, the Councillor responsible for Innovation and the agencies participated by Florence City Administration, in which he illustrates the results achieved and explains the Digital Florence Plan.
An open system that can be integrated at any time with new services.
Thanks to the collaboration of several subjects triggered by the Digital Florence Plan
A site created especially to apply for certificates or pay taxes. Modelled on Google, but one can even resort to a chat.
Florence, capital of the Smart Cities of Europe: from 30 May to 1 June 2016 an international meeting to discuss Renaissance and cities in the digital age.
The Digital Renaissance of Florence to stimulate a virtuous circle to valorise digital services in the city.
Services and information in real time to respond to city users