Building better cities together

We inspire city leaders, technologists,
urban designers, architects and citizen-leaders to develop more efficient, resilient
 and sustainable future cities.

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  • Cities

    Developing better strategies for making urban spaces more efficient and resilient will be key for the creation of self-sufficient cities.

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  • Corporations

    Member corporations facilitate access to lower cost and greater choice in building and deploying data-smart city solutions.

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  • Academia

    The way we describe and understand cities is being radically transformed. Cities need a different approach on urban design and planning to create new scale-free solutions.

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  • Nonprofit organizations

    We work with leaders from business, government, academia but also global nonprofit organizations, civil society, the media and the arts.

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Every city faces its own particular opportunities and threats and its own set of strengths and weaknesses. Because of this, no city can simply copy any other city’s path into the future. The challenge is how to identify commonalities clearly enough to allow cities to decide whom to partner with, so that shared problems can be tackled together.

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Supported by world leading companies and institutions

Society members are responsible for the governance, management of operations, and for setting up the strategies of the City Protocol global community.

  • GDF Suez
  • Schneider Electric
  • Dublin
  • New York Academy of Sciences
  • Computation Institute – The University of Chicago
  • Quito
  • Amsterdam
  • Microsoft
  • Barcelona

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News and events

  • Join us in the Kyoto Smart City Expo

    Panel Discussion: Designing Smart Cities. Practical Challenges of Implementing Smart Cities The discussion is aimed at addressing how implementation efforts can be overcome with different strategies that share the need to build strong partnerships between governments with companies, startups and private sector and with civic organizations. This panel session is designed as a dialogue between […]

  • Participation of CPS in the next ANSSC Seminar “City Protocol and the Internet of Cities”

    CITY PROTOCOL and the INTERNET of CITIES Join us for this ANSSC session to learn about City Protocol, its brief history and organization, its protocol development strategy, what it’s already achieved, what cities and city-solution providers can anticipate, and how to participate in the journey ahead. The ANSI Network on Smart and Sustainable Cities (ANSSC) is […]

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    CPS Participation in Asia-Africa Smart City Alliance set in Bandung

    A two-day seminar on Smart City, which took place in Bandung on 22-23 April, with 446 participants, 26 mayors and dozens of foreign delegations from 39 countries, has been completed with a commitment to set the Asia-Africa Smart City Alliance. The Asia-Africa Smart City Summit was conducted during the Asia-Africa Conference, officially held from 19-24 […]

  • New Members on Board. Welcome!

    The society is really excited to welcome new members every month! City of Oviedo (Spain) City of Gazientep (Turkey) TICE.PT (Portugal) Charlotte, NC (US) Béziers (France) Global Cities Institute – University of Toronto (Canada) Yachay EP (Ecuador) Turkiye Bilisim Vakfi (Turkey)

  • New Collaborative Platform Coming Soon

    The new website will be extended next week to include a new “Collaborative Platform” – where we will organize projects (TAFTs), protocol (City Protocol “agreements” and more) and people (CPS members, other CPTF colleagues, partners and more). This collaborative information-sharing platform will be used to invite specific kinds of contributions which describe problem and solution experience […]

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The City Protocol team

“Internet has changed our lives but it has not changed our cities, yet.”

Vicente Guallart, The Self-Suficient City.