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Smart Cities Expanded There is no doubt that Smart Cities is very much in law to help our communities safer and better places to live. But as with any new technological development, there are risks. What are the components of a Smart City? What are the problems? More importantly, can governments continue with the technology?People, when they hear the term "Smart City" for the first time tend to think about energy, especially the arguments about the move towards sustainable and ecologically friendly energy. But energy production is only part of the Smart City concept. "I don't just like talking about energy when talking about smart cities," says Yasuhiro Kawai, researcher at Nikkei Business Publications, organizer of SCW 2014. "Smart Cities is much more than that. A Smart City is, in its heart , a concept that introduces technology to create positive changes and make people's lives better. "There is no template to make a city smart, and the first step every Smart City program has to take is a local approach to solving local problems. These approaches can then be extended to include a larger area, but it is important to start small. The possibilities of applying technology in a society are many.A major example in Japan right now is how many commuter train companies in the country have integrated their monthly train pass with an RFID chip, giving consumers an electronic wallet of various kinds. Each major railway company had its own system about seven to ten years ago, and each system was basically incompatible with others. The Suica network of JR East, for example, could not work on the Icoca terminals operated by JR West. Pasmo, operated by Tokyu, only operated on Tokyu-powered lines. A casual observer can be forgiven for believing that this attempt to use smart city technology was.