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Implementation Smart City Concepts for Mobility, Case Study of World Logistic Models on the Smart Principles

Published Online: 26 Nov 2020
Page range: 110 - 119
Received: 19 Oct 2020
Accepted: 05 Nov 2020
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Abstract

The aim of the article is to present the logistic models of world cities, their benefits and limitations, which serve as best practices for others, which are based on a secondary analysis of case studies. The studies were selected on the basis of geographical location, number of transport projects, implementation models for urban logistics, and determining the effects of implementation. In addition to the secondary analysis, the findings of consultants, methods of comparing case studies, summarizing the findings in the discussion, or deductions in drawing a conclusion were also used. The output of the article is a recommended implementation of logistics model for Smart Cities according to world experts, which can be implemented in general for any city, including specific differences for the selected location. The article describes the positive impact of technology in mobility not only for citizens but also for business managers and the city as a whole. The implications of the model, its testing in practice and the observation of implementation benefits and limitations will form a part of further research activities in the future.

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