Urban transformation towards smart city models is essential in the coming years as urban populations grow and migrate to cities, creating greater demand for resources and public services. This evolution towards smart cities effectively addresses the challenges associated with population growth, such as traffic congestion, housing shortages and pressure on infrastructure and services.
By adopting smart technologies and solutions, cities can improve the quality of life for their inhabitants, optimise resource management and reduce their carbon footprint, thereby contributing to the fight against climate change. In addition, by fostering innovation and digital inclusion, smart cities can drive economic growth and job creation, improving the global competitiveness of urban areas.
At IDHUS, we are transforming the future of cities by creating more sustainable, efficient and inclusive urban environments, developing innovative solutions that encompass energy management, smart transport, green infrastructure and citizen participation.