In recent years, the role of the modern cities has been increased due to the processes of globalization. However, several reports and researches have shown that sustainability and competitiveness in cities are in danger as a result of congestion, pollution and CO2 (Carbon dioxide) gas emission.
Smart City model is a concept created for cities to cope with the mentioned problems using innovative solutions and Informational Communicational Technologies. Cities using “Smart City solutions” has bigger chance to increase sustainability and local competitiveness than other settlements.
One of the most important section of cities is Transport and Mobility, called Smart Mobility in the concept of Smart City. This final thesis aims to transform and remodel the Smart Mobility indicator system using by the Department of Electric Power Engineering at Budapest University of Technology and Economics. The goal of this system is to assist Hungarian cities by revealing their condition in mobility and using these results to mark the course line of the developments in the future.
In the first part of the final thesis the theme of Smart City is summed up by presenting the results of the international and the Hungarian researches. The focus is on Smart Mobility’s role in the Smart City and in the indicator system.
The second part of the final thesis lays down the base of a modern Smart Mobility evaluation system based on soft-computing methodology. This system aims to indicate the proper state of the mobility in Hungarian cities using fuzzy logic that helps to decrease the sharp borderline between the indicators. At last, I represent the method of the evaluation system to illustrate the solutions in case of two Hungarian cities by comparing them with another settlements from different countries.