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Meet the keynote speakers, Dr. Trung Q. Duong and Dr. Celestine Iwendi.Paper Submission is now open for the 6th edition of EAI AFRICATEK 2023! Check out the Call for Papers.Take a look back at the previous edition of EAI AFRICATEK here.EAI AFRICATEK 2023 supports revolutionary EAI Community Review, find out more here.Every author receives EAI Index credits – regardless of acceptance. Learn more about EAI’s Recognition Program here.Get real feedback on your presentation from other registrants via EAI Compass.
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The concept of smart cities has progressed beyond its infancy stage in mega-cities of developed countries, where real-life applications of smart public transport, smart homes, and smart lots are in place. However, this is not the case for most cities in Africa, where a host of challenges make the idea of smart cities seem like an unattainable dream. The major obstacles are inadequate baseline physical infrastructures and substandard, unsustainable, and segregated social services.
Mehmood, Ahmad, Yaqoob, Adnane, Imran, and Guizani (2017) define smart cities as a cycle that involves several ICT technologies, development platforms, and sustainability, with evolving citizens, social, technical, and economic key performance indicators. Intelligent cities leverage ICT advances and innovative practices to enhance the quality of life, boost economic growth, maintain a sustainable environment, ensure safety, and streamline urban management.
Since the inception of smart cities, key industries have played a significant role in advancing smart city technologies, also known as dimensions, including Smart Mobility, Smart People, Smart Living, Smart Governance, Smart Economy, and Smart Environment. Community involvement is a common feature among them. Guided by the smart-city vision that focuses on growth without disrupting facilities for future generations, this conference aims to raise awareness in the research community about the need for innovative and contextualized smart-city solutions. Furthermore, the conference aims to promote the utility and impact of smart-city technologies in stimulating economic growth and showcase various technologies that are currently in use in the African context.
We welcome contributions from the following fields:
For more details, please visit the Call for Papers page.
All registered papers will be submitted for publishing by Springer and made available through SpringerLink Digital Library.
Proceedings will be submitted for inclusion in leading indexing services, such as Web of Science, Compendex, Scopus, DBLP, EU Digital Library, IO-Port, MatchSciNet, Inspec and Zentralblatt MATH.
All accepted authors are eligible to submit an extended version in a fast track of:
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