Dublin’s new ‘smart city’ will not be built on glass, a senior council official says

Dublin City Council (DC) has made the smart city a priority, with the city’s council and the private sector working together to develop the city in the next five years.

Key points:Municipal staff have been working on the city since 2014 to prepare for its transition from a car-centric society to one of mobilitySource: The Irish PressMunicipalities are now working together in an effort to develop smart citiesMunicipals have been studying the potential benefits of a city built on smart cities, but they are still working on identifying the infrastructure that will be required to enable a smart city.

The City of Dublin will be transitioning to a “smart city” by the end of 2020, with new buildings and infrastructure being developed by the city.

A City of Culture plan will also be in place to help facilitate the development of a smart society.

The city is also working to develop a Smart Cities Strategic Plan, with staff studying the advantages and disadvantages of different options and the options that are most cost-effective.

This will be used to select a smart urban strategy for the city and develop the infrastructure to support the transition to a smart system, which will be the next phase of the city transition.

The new city will be built to be completely self-sufficient, with no external services required.

This means the smart urban plan will include a mix of public transport, a water supply and waste collection, but it will also focus on the benefits of an integrated city.

This includes a focus on creating an integrated infrastructure that includes a smart grid that will enable the city to receive data and analytics, the city said.

City councillors and senior staff have also been working to identify the infrastructure required to support a smart world, including a smart municipal water supply, the City of Industry and the City’s Water, Waste and Air Management Agency (WWAFMA).

In terms of the smart environment, the council has set out a range of initiatives to ensure the city is safe for all its residents and visitors, such as CCTV cameras in key locations.

Council leader David McKeown said the city will use the new city as a model for other municipalities to follow.

“There is so much going on here, the plan is a starting point, it is an ambitious plan but it is also realistic and achievable,” he said.

“It is about building a city for the future, it will be about the next generation of Irish cities.

It is about creating a city where you can walk to the supermarket and shop for your groceries.”

It will be up to the public to decide which technology will be developed, he said, adding the city would be looking at the advantages of other technologies to ensure they were cost effective.

The plan is expected to be delivered to the city council for approval next year.