Smart cities are on the agenda in Portugal

Published on 4/14/2023 at 1:19 PM

Managers José Antonio Parimoshi (Government and Finance) and Cristiano López (Economic Development), who are in Portugal on a mission promoted by the National Front of Mayors (FNP), this Thursday (13), participated in an institutional agenda in the city of Aveiro. The day’s agenda focused on initiatives linked to the Smart City concept.

Jundiaí workers get to know the educational practices used in the municipal education network in the so-called Espaço Tech Labs, which complement the same learning approach as Jundiaí’s FabLab. The Telecommunications Institute of the University of Aveiro was also one of the stops. Upon arrival in the city, the Mayor of Aveiro, José Ribau Esteves, welcomed the delegation.

“Jundiaí invests in becoming an increasingly smart and more connected city. The use of technology to improve the quality of public services provided to people and the experiences gained from this visit add a lot of knowledge to the development of new projects for the municipality”, reports José Antonio Parimoshi.

“A connected and smart city is a great attraction for new companies and businesses. Knowing the new realities allows us to expand our ideas with the aim of creating more jobs and income for the population”, commented Cristiano Lopes.

It is worth mentioning that Jundiai occupies the 6th place in the national ranking of the smartest and most connected cities in Brazil among municipalities in the range of 100 to 500 thousand inhabitants. The ranking is done by Connected Smart Cities (CSCM) – developed by Urban Systems.

The mission to Portugal ends this Friday (14). The program includes a visit to the city of Porto, with themes of economic development and social innovation.

(Source: City Hall of Jundiaí/Image: Prakash)

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