Pragmatic Internet of Everything (IOE) for Smart Cities: 360-Degree Perspective

Categorizing Obstacles in the Implementation of Smart Cities with Probable Solution Models

Author(s): Debajit Mishra*, Sumedha Jain, Muskan Jindal and Satya Prakash Yadav

Pp: 40-60 (21)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815136173123010005

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The development and implementation of smart cities can be a complex and challenging task as it becomes difficult to implement the notional concepts of smart cities that do not directly cater to the on-site problems. This study aims to identify and classify the various obstacles occurring in the development, planning & budget discussion of smart cities. It will deliberate wide purview of problems including standard difficulties like budget development that includes both capital upfront cost or Capex and operational cost or Opex, geographical & climatic challenges endemic to the city of development, employment & administration challenges like government permits, vendor availabilities, and technology troubles from IoT perspective. This study aims to categorize various issues into major five gradations namely: technical purview, location endemic purview, administration or employment troubles, pecuniary or financial issues and miscellaneous issues. Moreover, this study also provides a heads-up and detailed recommended steps to avoid the identified problems but presents specific case studies to show the significance and application of recommended solutions in multiple smart cities around the globe. 

Keywords: Administration or Employment Troubles, Internet of Things, Pecuniary or Financial Issues, Smart Cities.

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