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Smart City technologies emerge as a potential solution to tackle common problems in large urban centers by using city resources efficiently and providing quality services for citizens. Despite the various advances in middleware technologies to support future smart cities, there are no universally accepted platforms yet. Most of the existing solutions do not provide the required flexibility to be shared across cities. Moreover, the extensive use and development of non-open-source software leadsdoi:10.5220/0006306200350046 dblp:conf/smartgreens/EsposteKCL17 fatcat:7m6baugi5reqfaean7lghr6gge