Manu Fernandez

Manu Fernández is senior consultant at anteverti and also content advisor for the events related to the Smart City Expo World Congress organized abroad. He is PhD in Urban Policy and has more than 15 years of experience leading projects related to local sustainability and the analysis of urban economies. His expertise includes different areas such as the activation of empty urban spaces, the adaptation of urban planning strategies, the intersection between the social and the digital scopes in urban life from the citizen perspective, and projects of economic revitalization in cities. He is the author of the blog 'Ciudades a Escala Humana' and the book 'Descifrar las smart cities' ('Decoding Smart Cities').

Covid-19 and the future of cities: 9 emerging trends in digital transformation

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Senior Consultant at anteverti, Researcher & Expert in Urban Economy, Adaptive Urbanism and the impact of Technology in Urban Life

Our expert analysis | The pandemic has accelerated many digitalization processes that were predicted to be more gradual – and urban management has been no exception.

Manu Fernández: "Smart city projects need contextualization"

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Senior Consultant at anteverti, Researcher & Expert in Urban Economy, Adaptive Urbanism and the impact of Technology in Urban Life

To Manu Fernández the smart city as urban proposal seeks to provide a framework to explain and sort out the digital presence in the city that is becoming normal in the urban realm.