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Inclusive Smart Cities : theory and tools to improve the experience of people with disabilities in urban spaces

Abstract : Cities have used technologies in anumber of areas to improve the delivery ofpublic services, meet the demands ofcitizens, and measure the consumption ofnatural resources. Known as Smart Cities,these initiatives aim to improve the qualityof life of citizens and have already had apositive impact on how citizens interactwith urban spaces, services and with eachother. On the other hand, urban spaces canbe considered as a threat to theindependence and autonomy of people withdisabilities. We used a multi-instrumentapproach to collect data from differentstakeholders - people with disabilities,professionals working with people withdisabilities, accessibility experts and policymakers - to understand the barriers faced bypeople with disabilities. We first developeda definition of the Smart Inclusive City, aswell as proposed tools to supportpractitioners and researchers engaged in thedevelopment of digital assistivetechnologies: an implementation andoperation methodology, a conceptual model,a business model, and a system architectureare proposed in this thesis.
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João Soares de Oliveira Neto. Inclusive Smart Cities : theory and tools to improve the experience of people with disabilities in urban spaces. Other. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE); Universidade de São Paulo (Brésil), 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLC106⟩. ⟨tel-01985873⟩

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