The second edition of the International Conference on Smart City Challenges & Outcomes for Urban Transformation (SCOUT-2023) provide a platform for the academicians/ researchers and policy makers to come up with alternative ways of fulfilling the specific needs & products or service in making the city life better and bringing transformation through disruptive technologies and to bring out state-of-art solutions. The conference covers the following topics, but not limited to:

Technological infrastructure for smart cities support

  • Sensing, actuation, sensor networks

  • Interfaces

  • Artificial intelligence

  • Big data and machine learning

  • Internet of things (iot)

  • Embedded systems

  • Radio frequency identification (rfid)

  • Near field communication (nfc)

  • Ubiquitous computing

  • Pervasive computing

  • Cyber-physical systems (cps)

  • Virtual reality

  • Augmented reality

  • Robotics

  • Context awareness

  • Autonomic computing

  • Decision support systems

  • Knowledge creation

  • “Smart-city” sub-systems

  • Smart campus

  • Smart homes

  • Ambient assisted living

  • Smart hospitals

  • E-health

  • M-health

  • Telemedicine

  • Smart transport

  • Smart shopping

  • Smart industry

  • Smart farming

  • Smart water management

Urban mobility

  • Automated and connected urban systems

  • Accessibility

  • Interconnected public spaces

  • Smart parking

  • Smart mobility

  • Electric vehicles

  • Autonomous vehicles

  • Intelligent transportation systems

  • Mobile ad hoc networks (manets)

  • Vehicular ad hoc networks (vanets)

  • Vehicle-to-everything (v2x)


Data management

  • Cloud computing

  • Fog/edge computing

  • Analytics

  • Visualization

  • Gdpr

  • Privacy

  • Security

  • Blockchain

  • Participatory sensing

  • Citizens as scientists

Responsible innovation

  • Sustainability

  • Accelerating decarbonisation

  • Smart grid

  • Energy efficiency

  • Renewable energies

  • Monitoring and verification of building performance

  • Resilience

  • Global warming governance

E-government

  • City logistics

  • Optimization and decision-making support

  • Open government

  • Smart partnerships

  • Smart services

  • Citizen engagement and participation

  • Social inclusion

  • Co-production

  • Citizen centricity

  • Quadruple helix of innovation

  • Citizen involvement and innovative governance

Disaster management

  • Simulation

  • Detection

  • Prevention

  • Emergency services support

  • Large crowds’ guidance and support

  • Environmental modelling

Smart city application platforms

  • Methodologies to tackle real problems in cities

  • Bottlenecks and enablers

  • Practical problems

  • Pilots

  • Complex systems modelling