2nd International Conference on
Smart Data and Smart Cities
October 4–6, 2017 · Puebla, Mexico

Photo: Heriberto Manuel González Dominguez

Accepted papers

Annals Volume IV-3/W3

Authors Title
Giorgio Agugiaro, Jean-Loup Robineau and Preston Rodrigues Project CI NERGY: Towards An Integrated Energy Urban Planning System From A Data Modelling And System Architecture Perspective
Fernando Arce, Erik Zamora, Gerardo Hernandez and Juan Humberto Sossa Azuela Efficient Lane Detection Based On Artificial Neural Networks
Devanjan Bhattacharya and Marco Painho Smart Cities Intelligence System (SMACiSYS) Integrating Sensor Web With Spatial Data Infrastructures (SENSDI)
Josafat Isaí Guerrero Iñiguez Geometric Modelling Of Tree Roots With Different Levels Of Detail
Reinier Oves Garcia, Luis Valentin, Sergio A. Serrano, Miguel A. Palacios Alonso and Luis Enrique Sucar Geovisualization For Smart Video Surveillance
Dimos Pantazis, Vassilios Moussas, Beniamino Murgante, Dimitra Economou, Nikos Vlissidis, Antonis Kavadias, Eleni Gadolou, Kostas Santimpantakis, Vasiliki Kyriakopoulou, Panagiotis Stratakis, Christina-Anna Daverona and Charalabos Karathanasis Smart Sustainable Islands Vs Smart Sustainable Cities
Alenka Poplin, Linda Shenk, Caroline Krejci and Ulrike Passe Engaging Youth Through Spatial Socio-technical Storytelling, Participatory GIS, Agent-based Modeling, Online Geogames And Action Projects
Bernard Semaan, Myriam Servières, Guillaume Moreau and Bilal Chebaro A Geographic Data Gathering System For Image Geolocalization Refining
Bernhard Skarbal, Jan Peters-Anders, Ahmed Faizan Malik and Giorgio Agugiaro How To Pinpoint Energy-inefficient Buildings? An Approach Based On The 3D City Model Of Vienna
Raul Tostado, Arturo Rovirosa, Jose Luis Velázquez, Esteban Castillo and Ofelia Cervantes A First Experience With A Smart Bus For Improving Public Transportation

Archives Volume Volume XLII-4/W3

Authors Title
Martina Baucic, Niksa Jajac and Martin Bucan Telecom Big Data For Urban Transport Analysis – A Case Study Of Split-Dalmatia County In Croatia
Devanjan Bhattacharya, Marco Painho, Sumit Mishra and Ankit Gupta Mobile Traffic Alert And Tourist Route Guidance System Design Using Geospatial Data
Emmanuel Gastaud From Internet Of Things To Smart Data For Smart Urban Monitoring
Talía González Cacho, David Ricardo Sol Martínez, José Antonio Saenz de Miera Cuautlayol, Daniel Clavijo Plourde and Hesus García Cobos Urban Multisensory Laboratory, An Approach To Model Urban Space Human Perception
Martin Gorički, Vesna Poslončec-Petrić, Stanislav Frangeš and Željko Bačić Analysis Of Solar Potential Of Roofs Based On Digital Terrain Model
Antonio J. Jara, Yann Bocchi, David Fernández Ros, German Molina and Andrea Gomez An Analysis Of Context-aware Data Models For Smart Cities: Towards FIWARE And ETSI CIM Emerging Data Model
Robert Laurini and Franck Favetta About External Geographic Information And Knowledge In Smart Cities
Erick Lopez-Ornelas, Rocío Abascal-Mena and Joaquin Sergio Zepeda Social Media Participation In Urban Planning: A New Way To Interact And Take Decisions
Leon Alberne Torres Restrepo, Alicia Martinez Rebollar, Fernando Ramirez Cipriano and Hugo Estrada Esquivel Generic Module For Collecting Data In Smart Cities
Alenka Poplin, Claudia Yamu and Luis Rico-Gutierrez Place-making: An Approach To The Rationale Behind The Location Choice Of Power Places. University Campus AMES As A Case Study.
Alba Adriana Romero and David Ricardo Sol Recognizing References To Physical Places Inside Short Texts By Using Patterns As A Sequence Of Grammatical Categories
Ana María Magdalena Saldaña-Pérez, Marco Antonio Moreno-Ibarra and Miguel Jesús Torres-Ruiz Classification Of Traffic Related Short Texts To Analyze Roads Problems In Urban Areas
Luis Valentin, Sergio A. Serrano, Reinier Oves Garcia, Anibal Andrade Davila, Miguel Palacios and Luis Enrique Sucar A Cloud-based Architecture For Smart Video Surveillance
Jene Van der Heide, Magdalena Grus and Hans Nouwens Making Sense for Society

Call for papers

A smart city can be defined as a city overlaid by a digital layer, which is used not only for storing city information but overall for its governance. This conference will present novel research concerning the use of information and communication technologies in Smart Cities, and will also provide a forum for senior researchers to establish collaborations on new research projects in this domain. A smart city cannot be defined without a better involvement of citizens (smart people).

This year's conference will be organised in beautiful Puebla, Mexico, as a collaboration between the Urban Data Management Society, four universities and research centres (ITESM, UDLAP, INAOE and BUAP), T-Systems, UDMS and ISPRS.

We invite you to submit full academic papers to the conference, related to the following themes:

  • Smart data
    • Sensor network databases
    • On-the-fly data mining
    • Geographic and urban knowledge modeling and engineering
    • Green computing
    • Urban data analytics and big data
    • Big databases and data management (noSQL)
  • Smart people
    • Volunteered information
    • Systems for public participation
  • Smart cities
    • Systems of territorial intelligence
    • Systems for city intelligent management (building,
    • transportation, energy, etc.)
    • 3D modeling of cities
    • Internet of things
    • Social Networks
    • Monitoring systems
    • Mobility and transportation
    • Smart-city-wide telecommunications infrastructure
    • Urban knowledge engineering
    • Urban dashboard design and implementation
    • New style of urban decision-making systems
    • Geovisualization devoted to urban problems
    • Disaster management systems


Submissions are now closed, but if you already submitted you can still access Easychair. Thank you for your interest!


The proceedings of the conference are now published. They are available through ISPRS as Annals Volume IV-3/W3 and Archives Volume Volume XLII-4/W3.

Important dates

June 12, 2017
  • Full paper submission

July 10, 2017
  • Author notification

July 31, 2017
  • Final version of papers due

August 25, 2017
  • Early bird registration ends

October 4–6, 2017
  • Conference