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    Building smart cities: How standards contribute? Building smart cities: How standards contribute? Presentation Transcript

    • BUILDING SMART CITIES: How Standards Contribute Syamsir Abduh Mastan-Usakti Jakarta, 18 Oktober 2013
    • SMART City : Background • A city exists for the sake of a good life- NOT for the sake of like only (Aristotle) • 200 years ago, just 3 every 100 people lived in cities. In 2020, 80% of the population in developed countries and 51% in developing countries live in cities (Sustania, 2012)
    • SMART-Concept S = Standardizing M = Monitoring A = Accounting R = Rethinking T = Transforming
    • How standards makes our cities smarter • Smart cities exemplify how sustainable development can go hand with increasing consumption and economic growth. Standards play a key role in the construction development of cities- today and tomorrow
    • SMART CITIES-Standards 1. Urban Resilience 2. Service life planning 3. Intelligent and sustainable buildings 4. Zero energy buildings 5. Sustainable development in communities 6. Drinking water and waste water services 7. Energy management system 8. Clean air 9. Societal security 10. Energy saving 11. Road safety 12. Sustainable event management 13. Energy saving-single family & small commercial buildings 14. Greener cars
    • ISO 39001:2012 - Road Safety Management Systems-Requirements with guidance for use •Road accident account for some 1.3 millions fatalities each year. The number of people killed is on increase, particularly on law and middle income countries. •ISO 39001:2012 can help reduce death and serious injury due to road accidents. •ISO 39001 will assist governmental and private sector organization like by providing a structured, holistic approach to road safety as a complement to existing programs and regulations.
    • ISO 20121:2012 – Event management system- Requirements with guidance for use • ISO 20121 to help ensure that events, ranging from local celebrations to “mega events” such as the Olympic and Paralympic Games, leave behind a positive legacy in term of economic, environmental and social benefits, with minimum material waste, energy consumption or local communities.
    • ISO 13153:2012, Framework of the design process for energy saving single- family residential and small commercial buildings •ISO 13153:2012 helps architects and designer to develop energy efficient buildings well suited their locations. •In particular building project, they would like to know how much energy can be saved by a certain increase in buildings envelope’s thermal resistance, by using a more energy- efficient water heater and so
    • Conclusion Standard has contributions to make add value and ensure “sustainable” and “smart” are inextricably linked. Everyone must work together.
    • TERIMAKASIH