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Tender of public lighting in project renovation with boom lift trucks.

17-01-2018

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Bidding details:

Supply and installation of luminaires and flow regulators for command centers contained in the project for the renovation of public lighting for the town of María de Huerva

Type of Contract

Supply

publication date

12.01.18

Document Type

Bidding

Deadline

29.01.18

Procuring Entity

City Council of María de Huerva.

Estimated amount

EUR 199,380

Place of execution

Zaragoza



Excellent news about Zaragoza, recent studies catalog it among the most 'smart' cities in Spain, along with Barcelona, ​​Madrid and Malaga, it is mentioned that these are the cities where the most interactions between cities and companies converge for the development of smart urban planning.
 
This is one of the main conclusions of an investigation of the Open University of Catalonia (UOC) on smart cities presented in Madrid.

The study also points out that among the medium-sized Spanish cities Santander, Valladolid, Palencia, Vitoria and Pamplona stand out as municipalities where the new smart city technologies are being implemented.

The work has focused on the cities that are part of the Spanish Network of Smart Cities (RECI) and explores the positioning and relationships between large and medium-sized cities and companies in Spain with the aim of identifying the most central actors in the implantation of the smart city.

They also highlighted international studies on smart cities considering the deployment that 'Smart cities' have in the large technological corporations in the network of origin and Spanish capital.

Concluding that: "The active participation of Spanish companies in this sector in Spain can help the internationalization of the Spanish smart industry"