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Smart City Strategy - The Entrance v2


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Smart City Strategy - The Entrance v2

  1. 1. THE ENTRANCE Smart Tourist Destination
  2. 2. “Smart tourist destination for a brighter future” A vision for THE ENTRANCE
  3. 3. Smart city approach Boyd Cohen of Fast Company says: “Smart Cities use information and communication technologies (ICT) to be more intelligent and efficient in the use of resources, resulting in cost and energy savings, improved service delivery and quality of life, and reduced environmental footprint – all supporting innovation and the low-carbon economy.”
  4. 4. Ingredients of a smart city By 2020, 37 billion intelligent things will be connected to the Internet. The real value of the Internet of Things lies in the value of connections among people, computing devices, data, sensors and things.
  5. 5. Smart society Social inclusion, engagement, apps, citizen services, social innovation, apps for society and health and social well-being. Co-working spaces, business angels and venture capital funds, accelerator programs, open smart city platforms, and smart city events. Attracting talent, emerging technology and creative companies the city needs physical infrastructure to grow.
  6. 6. Smart environment Solar energy, waste management, efficiency, storage and energy, pollution monitoring and water infrastructure.
  7. 7. Smart technology Integration, sensors, devices, data, services integration, wearable, mobile, Internet of things, cloud, apps, urban informatics, and visualisation.
  8. 8. Smart transport Roads, cycleways, walkways, buses, trains, autonomous vehicles, and car parking management.
  9. 9. Smart mobility & infrastructure Fixed and wireless connectivity, sensory networks, street lighting, street furniture, signage [translation capability], buildings and sensory networks.
  10. 10. Smart governance open, security, policy, regulations, privacy, collaborate, entrepreneurship, and economic development.
  11. 11. Establishing public–private partnerships Cities are unable to become Smart on their own, and they need close partnerships with technology vendors, service providers, and many other private stakeholders. Different ways to fund activities: Commercial developments; private sector investment; building consortia; gov grants; and sponsorship