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EVA London 2017
This paper reviews a cross-section of international developments in smart cities and their implications for the cultural heritage sector. A main focus of the paper is an assessment of selected case studies in the cultural heritage sector exploring the use of smart platforms and visualisation technologies. The results highlight a particular set of current challenges, as well as providing scope for identifying future opportunities in developing smart cultural heritage services. Smart cities.doi:10.14236/ewic/eva2017.2 dblp:conf/eva/BordaB17 fatcat:n2q7oig7ufendjd5favnc2dnnq