Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the country’s largest city. Built on 14 islands and connected by over 50 bridges, the city boasts a beautiful old town as well as very modern buildings. In 2016, the city, with almost one million inhabitants, topped the Ericsson smart city index. Today, it has dropped by a few positions, but it still features in the top 30 of the world’s smartest cities. Here, we will learn more about Stockholm’s approach to the smart city.
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Dublin is one of Europe’s most vibrant capital cities. Situated on the mouth of the River Liffey, this Irish metropolis has a population of more than 1,300,000 citizens, and hosts some of the world’s leading technology companies and financial institutions. Like many large cities, it’s not without its fair share of challenges. However, Dublin is rising to those challenges, and has made a name as one of the most innovative and forward-thinking cities in Europe. Thanks to the Smart Dublin initiative, the city is well on its way to becoming a shining example of just how smart a smart city truly can be.