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U-City: New Trends of Urban Planning in Korea Based on Pervasive Ubiquitous Geotechnology and Geoinformation - Myungjun Jang - Institute of Urban Sciences, University of Seoul

U-City: New Trends of Urban Planning in Korea Based on Pervasive Ubiquitous Geotechnology and Geoinformation - Myungjun Jang - Institute of Urban Sciences, University of Seoul

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  • U-City: New Trends of Urban Planning in Korea Based on Pervasive Ubiquitous Geotechnology and Geoinformation
    Mar. 24, 2010
    Institute of Urban Sciences, University of Seoul
    • Dr. Myungjun Jang
  • Contents
    Background
    Def. & Char. of U-City
    Trend And Status of U-City
    Future of U-City
    Core Success Factors & Activation Direction of U-City
    Concluding Remarks
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  • Definition And Characteristics of U-City (1)
    Definition of U-City
    A fuse of spatial concept and high-tech information
    Enables all human activities through high-tech infrastructure and ubiquitous information service
    Ubiquitous :
    ‘existing anywhere’ in Latin
    Accessible regardless of place
    Next-generation informatization city
    Place of innovation and improvement of quality of life
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  • Definition And Characteristics of U-City (2)
    • Characteristics of U-City
    • Intelligence
    Manages and optimizes urban functions
    • Network
    Wired and wireless communications network connections
    • Platform
    Electronic spatial embodiment
    Common platform and integrative management for universal service
    • Service
    Provide just intime service to enhance the urban functions
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  • Definition And Characteristics of U-City (3)
    Types of U-City Service
    u-Home, u-Work, u-Traffic, u-Health, u-Environment, u-Public service and u-Education, and etc.
    Combined with
    communication infrastructure wired and wireless service (ex: xDSL, FTTH, RFID, Wi-bro, mobile communication)
    construction infrastructure such as high-tech intelligent building and intelligent road
    solutions such as home networking, building management system
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  • Trend And Status of U-City (1)
    Driving Factor for Developing U-City
    Convergence of many fields in urban life
    Information technology, construction, home-appliances and etc.
    Positive expectations for developing U-City for future urban forms
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  • Trend And Status of U-City (2)
    Current examples of development of U-City
    • Hong Kong: cyber port
    Building strategic cluster to support for finance, communication, trade and etc
    Promoting intelligent building management, super –high networking connection s, informatization of the regional area
    • Dubai: Technology and Media Free Zone
    Internet city, media zone, and knowledge village
    Alluring media industries and universities based on high-tech infrastructure
    • Malaysia: MSC(Multimedia Super Corridor)
    Smart town project
    Building multi-media complex based on IT industry
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  • Finland : Arabianranta project
    Germany: Media Park of Cologne
    Japan: Fukuoka Soft Research Park
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  • Trend And Status of U-City (3)
    Development in Korea
    U-City as promoting local economies
    Partnerships among local governments, private companies and publicly owned companies
    U-City as promoting urban quality of life
    Combination of IT and local services
    Promoting ubiquitous connections
    About 20 cities in Korea planning to construct U-Cities
    High-level of technology in wired wireless infrastructure
    Competitive construction infrastructure
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  • Future of U-City
    Fundamental questions for future of U-City
    Whether it can give useful added value to human beings?
    Can computation will catch the human behavior patterns?
    Can market opportunity will be realized?
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  • Core Success Factors And Activation Direction of U-City
    Construction of IT infrastructure
    Self-sufficient function of the city
    Development of successful business model
    Reinforce differentiated urban industry strategy and specialization of the city
    Supplementary but necessary factors such as laws and policy support
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  • Conclusions
    Dev. of U-City can respond from demand rather than the U-City as policy propaganda
    Amalgam of the local needs, business opportunity, technology, and strategy
    Growth engine of the region
    Ubiquitous is the innovative way, not new way
    Need more cooperation and standardization
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