INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON Smart Applications and Data Analysis                       for Smart Cities (SADASC 2016) In Co-located with AICCSA 2016                                                                                      Agadir, Morocco, 29 Nov - 02 Dec 2016
The emergence of information and communications technology has prompted policymakers to review the architecture of new cities and introduce artificial intelligence in this design to improve the quality of life of citizens.
TIn this context, the international Workshop aims to bring together motivated researchers, local decision-makers as well as manufacturers, particularly SMEs, to debate on issues of common innovation and address the challenges of smart cities of tomorrow .
SADASC aims to explore and share the latest results, approaches, techniques, concepts, and technologies in smart cities (Big Data, M2M, the Internet of Things, Embedded Systems, eHealth ...). That is why AICCSA will honor the smart cities in a dedicated space.  
Local information
Agadir is known as one of the best beach towns in Morocco, it is also one of the major fishing port serving the area around. It is a very popular destination for tourists that most of them are from Europe, which makes it one of the most visited cities in Africa.
It has a wide stretch of beach that has a lot of hotels and attraction establishments. 
There are some more beaches in the 50 miles radius, that are less crowded than the one that at the city, like Aghroud, Sidi Rbat, Tifnit, and Imessouane. 
Also a very known large market where everything is sold from food to souvenirs, which is a short distance from the city center is called Souk Elhad, not to confuse with the city’s central market. 
About 10 minutes from the city a brand new old style Medina built out of traditional materials. Very faithful to old gorgeous constructions. 
For art lovers Agadir’s Museum of Berber Art is another great significant cultural spot. It is certainly a small folk art museum showing carpets, costumes, and other traditional 19thcentury Moroccan objects. 
Very important to mention that Agadir has many truly fabulous restaurants, from authentic Moroccan to French Moroccan fusion. A good rule of thumb for choosing restaurants is to avoid those catering solely to tourists.  
places to see :
Kasbah Agadir 
Ouzoud Falls 
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