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    Smart Cities Preparation Guide

    Created On:  2017-09-22    Views:

    Abstract

    The primary objective: 

    provide readers with a vision of a smart city, and then help readers understand the way technology is transformed in the future city.

    The second objective:

    help readers build an exclusive blueprint for realizing their vision for the future. The Guidelines provide recommendations for the goals pursued by the reader, the features and functions readers shall explain in detail, and the best practice for obtaining the maximum benefits at minimum cost in the event of risk mitigation.

    The Guidelines can be used by mayors, city managers, city planners and their employees. By providing objectives and neutral information of suppliers, it helps cities to make reliable and well-trained technical choices and those technologies can change a city.

    Cities around the world are realizing economic, environmental, and social sustainability, and tremendous progress has been made with initiatives involving other countries and creation of job opportunities in the 21st century. All these are effective ways to improve the urban living standard and enhance the economy. The concept of a smart city is not in conflict with these achievements. On the contrary, smart city technologies can support and reinforce work that has been carried out.

    Authors

    The Guidelines were jointly written by Jesse Berst, Chairman of the Smart Cities Council, Managing Editor Liz Enbysk, special correspondents Kevin Ebby, Doug Curry and Doug Peeples. It was conceptualized by Chris Kane, XXI Chairman and CEO of Mercator, and initial studies were conducted by Christopher Williams of Mercator.

    Contents

    Chapter I Overview of Smart City

    Chapter II How to Use Preparation Guidelines

    Chapter III Smart Citizen

    Chapter IV General Objectives

    Chapter V Built Environment

    Chapter VI Energy

    Chapter VII Communication

    Chapter VIII Transportation

    Chapter IX Water and Wastewater

    Chapter X Waste Management

    Chapter XI Health and Public Services

    Chapter XII Public Security

    Chapter XIII Payment and Wealth Management

    Chapter XIV Putting Ideas into Practice





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