The need to understand the logics of these new cities and to know the global bases of the new urban agendas will require holistic and integral vision that allows to attend the design and implementation of new projects. Classic traditional skills need to be updated to address the complexity of the urban phenomenon, while new professions linked to smart cities appear.
The forms of work organization, its decentralization, and the need for the participation of different professionals, as well as the rapid expansion of telecommunications networks, make it necessary to acquire the appropriate skills and knowledge to choose the options that best suit our needs. And, we must learn to do it in a collaborative way, in a network and therefore transversal, leaving aside the vertical and watertight options.
Learning to understand, project and evaluate how decisions and actions are taken in the development of projects and the usual activity of our organizations, have multiple economic, environmental, social and technological impacts. What will determine that the objectives of the same ones also expand and, therefore, the need to know what is the best way to have a global knowledge of the ecosystem and the possibilities of the Smart Cities models and how to implement them, taking as reference experiences and real cases.