Smart, age-friendly cities and communities: the emergence of socio-technological solutions in the Central and Eastern Europe

Klimczuk, Tomczyk
  • the Institution of Engineering and Technology (the IET)
  • DOI: 10.1049/pbhe006e_ch17

What is it about?

The examples presented in this chapter show the multidimensionality of the implementation of SAFCC. This concept is based on the synergy of the human factor of an ageing population (particularly various capitals of older citizens), technical solutions including AAL addressed to not only older adults, and the factors uniting technology and society such as local government and leaders, NGOs and commercial entities offering technological innovation. Chapter Contents: 17.1 Introduction 17.2 The smart cities and communities in the context of the population ageing: An overview of the concept 17.3 The smart and age-friendly cities and communities from the perspective of the oldest residents 17.4 Shaping of smart and age-friendly cities and communities on the example of the CEE 17.4.1 The smart and age-friendly cities and communities in connection with the active ageing index and European welfare systems 17.4.2 Outdoor spaces, buildings and housing 17.4.3 Social participation, civic participation and employment 17.4.4 Transportation 17.4.5 Communication and information 17.4.6 Respect, social inclusion, community services, and health services 17.5 Conclusion References

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