Research on the rehabilitation of a district of the suburbs of the historic Italian city of Agrigento, from reinterpreting historical frame in a new key to space utilization invites reflection on the concept of urban regeneration in historic areas medium cities of Euro-Mediterranean context, at a time when the growth of cities seems to enter a phase of stagnation in which the tourism component of these areas reveals a possibility of urban transformation. The article proposes a methodology for analysis and intervention Rabato district in which energy efficiency, implementation of smart technologies and citizen participation are complemented by the incorporation of economic, cultural and social values, to build an expanded concept of smart city. In addition, we propose the creation of a mapping system and visualization of urban data, which may constitute a network of historic smart cities, which serve to transfer and share knowledge and interventionmethodologies.
|Numero di pagine||24|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|