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Lorca City Council is preparing a master plan to integrate into the Spanish Network of Intelligent Cities (11/08/2015)

The aim is to increase inter-municipal cooperation in order to take advantage of experiences to implement the greatest number of initiatives with which Lorca becomes a Smart City.

Councilman Information Society of the City of Lorca, Juan Francisco Martinez, reported that the municipal area has started to design a master plan to analyze the current situation of the town and raised new initiatives that can be made ahead of turning Lorca a Smart City.

This document will provide a letter to request their integration into the Spanish Network of Intelligent Cities (RECI), in order to see first hand the different actions in this direction are being made in other municipalities and try to apply to the City Sun through the lines of grants and collaboration agreements that can be reached through this union of municipalities with common interests.

Martinez explained that "RECI began to take shape in June 2011 with the signing of the Manifesto for Smart Cities. Innovation for progress' with the creation of this association that promotes l economic, social and business progress of is planteabla cities through innovation and knowledge, relying on information and communications technology. However, the network was established in June 2012 and currently consists of 62 cities, including single and Molina de Segura Murcia in the region " .

The aim is to generate a dynamic automatic and efficient management of infrastructure and urban services, and the reduction of public spending and improving the quality of services, thereby achieving attract economic activity and generating progress, plus a more cohesive and caring society, attracting human talent and creating a new economic fabric of high added value.

Smart cities are those that have an innovation system and networking to provide them with a model for improving economic and political efficiency allowing the social, cultural and urban development through the cooperation of public and private sector.

To improve the sharing of individual projects within this network in five working groups.

The Social Innovation dedicated to working on accessibility, culture and sport, civic participation and e-Participation, and tele-health, security and management of public emergency services, tourism and leisure education and open government and open data.

Energy group seeks to convert municipal buildings in smart space, increase efficiency in street lighting and renewable energy facilities, and increase information, training and dissemination to citizens in the field of energy efficiency.

Meanwhile the group of environmental infrastructure aims to improve livability environmental quality, management of public infrastructure, urban facilities, parks and gardens, public buildings and implementation of home automation, promoting sustainable building, the improving the livability and urban planning, waste collection and treatment, in addition to planning in general.

There is also a working group focused on urban mobility electric mobility and intelligent transport systems, and the last government, economy and business, which explores eGovernment digitalization, modernization, integration and interoperability, new business models, employment , e-commerce, Icould environments, among other things.

Juan Francisco Martinez stressed that "although since 2007, Francisco Jodar was first elected mayor have launched numerous advances in these areas, one of our commitments in the last election was a further step in this direction, we will design a document that marks the targets we set ourselves in the short, medium or long term and provide feedback to other municipalities that have much to teach, but to which Lorca also has much to contribute. "

Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca

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