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  • SMART CITY Presented by: Rasu Shrestha Laxmi K.C IOE,Thapathali Campus
  • What comes in our mind, when we think about A CITY??
  • Buildings.. Vehicles…. Schools, Colleges Business.. Industries…
  • let’s look at «CITY » in a slightly WAY
  • CITY TRANSPORT BUSINESS SERVICES EDUCATION A System, made out of many other systems
  • CITY TRANSPORT BUSINESS SERVICES EDUCATION Connect all the aspects using the emerging new Information And Communication Technologies, and We get a system that’s not only functioning well but functioning SMARTER
  • A city within a city
  • Growing urbanization Between 2010 and 2050, the number of people living in cities will increase from 3.6 billion to 6.3 billion. By 2025 there will be 37 megacities, each with a population greater than 10 million; 22 of those cities will be in Asia.
  • So, then what’s a Smart City? A Smart City is the City which uses information combined with technology to improved quality of life, reduce environmental impact, and decrease energy demand.
  • The six dimensions of a Smart City
  • Smart economy (competitiveness) • Innovative spirit • Entrepreneurship • Economic image and trademarks • Productivity • Flexibility of labour market • International embeddedness • Ability to transform
  • Smart people (social and human capital) • Level of qualification • Affinity to life long learning • Social and ethnic plurality • Flexibility • Creativity • Cosmopolitanism/ open- mindedness • Participation in public life
  • Smart Governance • Participation in decision- making • Public and social services • Transparent governance • Political strategies and perspectives
  • Smart mobility • Local accessibility • (inter-) national accessibility • Availability of ICT- infrastructure • Sustainable, innovative and safe transport systems
  • Smart environment • Attraction of natural conditions • Pollution • Environmental protection • Sustainable resource management
  • Smart living • Cultural facilities • Health conditions • Individual safety • Housing quality • Education facilities • Touristic attraction • Social cohesion
  • Top Ten smart cities in the world • San Francisco • Amsterdam • Tokyo • Xinjiang • Seattle •Copenhagen •Stockholm •Vienna •New York •Santiago
  • Companies now working on developing and designing Smart Cities • Alvarion • Atos • Capgemini • Cisco Systems • Deutsche Telekom • Echelon Corp. • IBM • Libelium • Living PlanIT • Microsoft • Panasonic Corp. • Schneider Electric • Siemens AG • Urbiotica
  • CASE STUDY AMSTERDAM,NETHERLANDS • Characteristics  Collaboration  Community approach  Energy saving  Shopping street • Target – Energy efficiency – CO2 reduction – Behavioral change – Blue print Location Utrechtsestraat, Amsterdam
  • CASE STUDY STOCKHOLM,SWEDEN “Europe’s Green Capital of 2010” Characteristics – Clean and green environment – Excellent transportation network – Recycling and waste management
  • Uses of ICT in building smart cities • Smart lights and sensors for street lightning In UK,400 LED lights are connected to servers that register changes in the levels of sunlight in order to adjust brightness from midnight until sunrise. This helps reduce the city’s energy consumption by 40%. • Intelligent dynamic traffic management A team from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya (UPC) has developed In4Mo. This system is not only capable of detecting the density of traffic and vehicle speed but can also make helpful predictions about traffic patterns.
  • Continuing.. • An interactive bus stop terminal • An E-ink display
  • Possibilities in Nepal • Street lightning can be managed by using sensors, and renewable resource can be used for the power. • Traffic systems can be made more effective by using traffic management system
  • Thank you!! 