This study aims to reduce the wide range of facts surrounding smart cities and extract the basics to enable chiefs and managers to take effective conduct toward fostering a smart tenable city culture and reality. The idea of smart cities is versatile, encompassing miscellaneous definitions and real-globe applications. To provide clearness to entrepreneurs and public managers, it enhances crucial to label the core attributes essential for a city attempt be labeled as “smart.” To achieve this aim, a comprehensive research review is undertaken, concentrating on six widely cited and appropriate groups of indicators commonly secondhand in the domain of smart capitals. Through meticulous study, the study identifies reappearing themes, indicators, and keywords, distilling the concentrate of smart sustainable downtowns into a visually approachable scheme. While the realistic implications of this study are clear in assisting managers to delimit and execute smart city projects and actions, it also emphasizes the significance of policy mediations. A call is made to advance policies that motivate local initiatives while grasping the new decentralized and anthropocentric approach to smart sustainable capitals. In conclusion, this study not only provides priceless guidance for commanders and managers navigating the complicatedness of smart cities but also advocates for life-changing policies that can drive a composite effort toward a tenable and smart urban future.

Author(s) Details:

Fabienne T. Schiavo,
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 22451-900, Brazil.

Cláudio F. de Magalhães,
Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, 22451-900, Brazil.

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Keywords: Smart sustainable cities, indicators, strategy, planning

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