Among the themes highlighted at the most important smart cities event in the country, CSC 19 brings the Strategic Agenda for Basic Sanitation, through a partnership with the Ezute and Itron Foundation. Funding alternatives, technologies and universalization of basic sanitation in Brazil, for example, are on the agenda. According to a study by the 2018 National Confederation of Industry (CNI), to universalize access to basic sanitation by 2033, according to the National Basic Sanitation Plan (PNSB), Brazil has to invest at
Curitiba is the smartest city in Brazil, according to the Connected Smart Citeis 2018 Ranking, followed by São Paulo and Vitória. The 4th place went to Campinas and the 5th Florianópolis, in the General Ranking. Considered the most important survey on smart cities in Brazil, the Connected Smart Cities Ranking 2018 includes about 700 cities and analyzes 70 indicators. In the Overall Ranking, the study points out the five smartest cities in the country. The first place went to Curitiba, followed
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