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Smart cities parameters

what is smart city?
how make smart city?
why we need smart cities?
what the parameters of the smart cities?
world examples of smart cities
some problems and suggestions for Damascus city

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Smart cities parameters

  1. 1. Damascus university Faculty of architecture Fifth year Johnny Rizk Joelle Haidar Mohamad Al-khatib
  2. 2. What drive a smart cities…?? Key trends in urbanization The smart city value proposition Business models of the smart city concept Key Words Focus Point Index Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  3. 3. Index Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  4. 4. Better services for the people A place with high social interaction What is a city…!!? Index City size Interaction (per capita) Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  5. 5. A high(er) Interaction A smart(er) city is …. Index A Place with.... Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  6. 6. A high(er) interaction A smart(er) city is …. Index To a low(er) cast A Place with.... Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  7. 7. Where is the interaction? Index Workplaces Homes Walk spaces Railways Bikeways Highways High interaction (face-to-face)  INTERACTION Low interaction Cost Low cast high cast Walk space Bikes ways Workplaces offices Highways Railways Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  8. 8. Where is the interaction? Index Workplaces Homes Walk spaces Railways Bikeways Highways High interaction (face-to-face)  INTERACTION Low interaction Cost Low cast high cast Damascus university Faculty of architecture
  9. 9. I. Introduction I. what is a city? II. what is a smart city? III. where is interaction? II. Covered I. our cover II. Focus Point III. What is SMART CITIES IV. Why we NEED smart cities I. the scare of growing cities V. An overview of the Smart Cities I. what drive smart cities II. the smart cities Parameters III. the smart cities Dynamic IV. Smart Cities and Industry Integration V. Roles for Smart City Players VI. Who makes the city smart…! VI. Smart Cities Require I. smart Building (click to view) II. smart Healthcare (click to view) III. smart Education (click to view) IV. smart Transportation (click to view) V. smart IT........ (click to view) VI. smart Energy (click to view) VII. Smart government (click to view) VIII. Smart infrastructure (click to view) IX. smart citizen (click to view) VII. Top 5 Smart City Challenges I. Vision II. Design III. Funding IV. Skepticism V. implementation VIII.10 Steps to Building a Smart City IX. World Examples I. South Korea, Songdo II. knowledge city Saudi Arabia III. Cambrian X. Damascus problems and solutions I. Multi Damascus plans II. The problems III. Our solutions XI. Rebuilt new smart Harasta -index-
  10. 10. • A smart city uses digital technologies or information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance quality and performance of urban services, to reduce costs and resource consumption, and to engage more effectively and actively with its citizens What is Smart Cities…? Index
  11. 11. what is Smart Cities…? smart city is an efficient city smart city keeps innovating Smart cities begin with connectivity Smart cities turn big data into insight Smart cities engage better with their citizens Smart cities are agile and are inherently mobile cities Index • cities • Urban System – Building-Roads – Energy – Waste – Water/Green – infrastructure • Social Systems – Citizens – Public officials – Economy – Public Safety/Public Health – Education • ICT • Hardware/ Infrastructure – Broadband (wired & wireless) – Sensors – Mobile Devices – Data Centers • Software/ Applications – Social Media – Collaboration – Smart Grid, Smart Meters – Smart Transportation – Big Data
  12. 12. WHY we need Smart cities…? BECAUSE OF the history of growing city.. Ring road motorway, living areas growing outside the ring road as seen in London Index • Emerging urban layouts will have a tremendous impact on smart city development in the future
  13. 13. WHY to Build a Smart City? The scare of growing city.. (continued) Index
  14. 14. What drive smart cities…. Global challenges prompting the need for smart cities Monitoring and Diagnostics Logistics and Transportation Sustainability with Social reasonability Green Supply Chain Management Energy Crisis Connectivity and Information Sharing Resource Management Cross-impact of diverse issue public transit waste managem ent power generatio n and lighting safety and security aesthetics such as fountains environme ntal factors tourism… among countless other areas Index
  15. 15. The Smart City Parameters Smart energy: digital Management energy Smart Building: automated intelligent building Smart healthcare: intelligent healthcare Technology Smart citizen: Civic Digital Natives Smart IT communicate: seamless connectivity Smart Governance : Government-on-the-go Smart infrastructure: Digital management of infrastructure Smart mobility: intelligent mobility Index
  16. 16. Smart City Dynamics Index
  17. 17. Smart Cities and Industry Integration Index
  18. 18. Roles for Smart City Players Index
  19. 19. Who's make the city is smart…! What is deferent between smart and green building..? Index
  20. 20. Smart cities require..... Smart building Smart healthcare smart citizen Smart transportation Smart mobility Smart energy Smart education Smart government Smart infrastructure Other...... Index Every city can become smarter. Smart cities start with smart systems, working for the benefit of both residents and the environment The primary benefit of smart cities . therefore, is to create a more IT connected community
  21. 21. Smart Buildings • Automation technologies to play a key role in the efficient operations of buildings. The industry estimates the world building • automation and control systems market to grow three fold in revenue terms by 2019 building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Index
  22. 22. What that mean....? • Smart monitoring, cross-device compatibility, voice commands, wireless connectivity, lighting enabled by motion sensors are a few features. Smart heating Smart cooling Combined heat and power Water heating systems building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details • high performance building • Rain water harvesting solutions for smart cities • Building automation and management systems • connection to the smart grid • efficient homes
  23. 23. • Smart home devices • Elevators / Escalators / Auto walks • Smart appliances • Smart living solutions • Building efficiency systems • Green building devices • Smart city project developers, etc. Buildings mobility building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  24. 24. Smart Healthcare • The cites hospital and healthcare industry has potential to be a global hub for healthcare services. • An increasing number of global players are focusing on the world market to provide efficient, and latest technology in healthcare delivery building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Index
  25. 25. • Ambulance • Healthcare institutions • Hospital equipment and furniture • Fuel Cell development and its prospects • Research & development of next generation Plan the city health Exam; Doctors treat their patients remotely building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  26. 26. What the equipment ? • Patients can determine sorrows through smart devices Tablets • Insurance companies • Medical devices and diagnostics products, etc. building healthcare education transport Mobility Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Ambulance Healthcare institutions Hospital equipment and furniture
  27. 27. • the government to frame new education policy to provide maximum and easy access to better education to all sections of society – EX: India's online education market is expected to be US$ 40 billion by 2017. The demand for online education learning in the K-12 segment, and advancements in technology to support this new way of education Smart Education .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Index
  28. 28. What is the Benefits of the smart education...? building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Today it cant easily rapidly dialogue with institutions With just one click she can converse With cloud, education is always and anywhere He can reach it virtually, to not lose any lesson He’s happy because education for him is not boring anymore He can finally check his son’s school performance • The world needs to improve elementary education to move ahead in the digital era, and citizens need to adapt to change
  29. 29. • Classroom latest technologies • Educational games and gadgets • Educational institutions • E-learning appliances and products Products on Display : More education system Classroom latest technologie s Educational games and gadgets Educational institutions E-learning appliances and products building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details • Students need to learn to walk in other people's shoes to understand and appreciate other's perspectives and opinions. • this will enable the children to have a much deeper and richer understanding of their own system because they can compare it to something else.
  30. 30. Communicating •The world needs to improve elementary education to move ahead in the digital era, and citizens need to adapt to change Interaction •the government to frame new education policy to provide maximum and easy access to better education to all sections of society Happiness •The demand for online education learning in the K-12 segment, and advancements in technology to support this new way of education As a conclusion...... The Parameters of it building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  31. 31. Interactive white boards Smart student Teaching systems, etc. Laboratory training equipment Interactive white boards building healthcare education transport mobility Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Laboratory training equipment Teaching systems, etc. Interaction Student, teachers As Result....Smart equipment for education
  32. 32. • The electric and hybrid vehicle industry in world is virtually non-existent. A shift to electric mobility is essential to counter depletion of fossil fuels, increase in fuel costs, and impact of transportation on the environment • Plans to convert the rivers stretches to transport goods and passengers through cheaper and environment-friendly National Waterways. A lot of new barges will provide direct employment to people Smart Transportation building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Index
  33. 33. Intelligent road and properties building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details • install intelligent traffic lighting systems • The use of bio-fuels being encouraged with an ethanol- blending program to curb world’s oil imports • Road accidents in developing countries have declined even as vehicle sales have risen; while Indian fatalities have soared by 50 percent in the last decade • The world needs stringent norms to curb vehicular pollution
  34. 34. What is the Advance driver assistance systems...? Advance driver assistance systems Advance safety control systems Barges Battery manufacturing Air pollution control devices Battery technology building healthcare education transport Mobility Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  35. 35. Smart Transportation building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s • Transition to EV/PHEV • Load is significant • Need smart charging infrastructure • Connected to storage • Integrated billing systems • Micro grid solutions? building healthcare education transport Mobility Energy government citizen
  36. 36. Parameters Hydrogen fuel cells Intelligent traffic lighting system LPG / LNG Metros Navigation devices Urban transport systems Vehicle tracking system, etc. building healthcare education transport mobility Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Biofuels Bus surveillance Charging stations City traffic surveillance Electric vehicles Emission monitoring systems Hybrid Vehicles
  37. 37. building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s • Smart Transportation is not the only intelligent equipment, it is a smart plan for pedestrians and bikes roads As conclusion....
  38. 38. • The world business process management (BPM) market is expected to reach US$ 50 billion by 2020 – Digital India mission to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy by 2018 • 4G services likely to have 15 million subscribers by December 2015 • Sensors market in India is one of the fastest growing in Asia-Pacific, and expected to grow at a CAGR of over 20 percent between 2015-20 Smart IT and Communications building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Smart Transportation Index
  39. 39. Products on Display : Internet of Things (IoT) Location- based services Mobile apps Mobile devices Mobile marketing building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details • Critical role of Information Communications Technology in smart cities • Cloud Computing • Smart metering communication requirements • New threats and emerging trends in cyber security • Smart solutions for safety & security of smart cities • Disaster management and communications
  40. 40. • Sensor integration • Phasor networks • Wireless protocols • Embedded systems • Grid management • Geographic Information System (GIS) Parameters E-Governance Big data Cloud computing Data security and management Firewalls and protection building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s Smart Grid / Micro Grid
  41. 41. • M-payment • Sensors • Smart Cards • Smart devices (Routers / Modems, etc.) • Telco's • Wireless technologies / products, etc. What is IT Mobility.....? building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s LED Lighting network Intelligent Traffic lightning Car Sharing services Vehicle Electric charging
  42. 42. Smart Energy Strategy building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s Index
  43. 43. parameters Feature: Highly accurate. Real time operation. Fully automated. Live billing display facility. Previous units display facility. Get bill detail in one missed call building healthcare education transport mobility Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s Save energy Save the planet 60% less Energy consumption LED Long life Smart Lighting system Our system is ‘load driven’ One way communi cation Load isn’t ‘managed ’ ‘Right sourcing’ energy Power grid needs to act like an intelligent system Why Smart Energy?
  44. 44. Smart and electrified port Smart grid infrastructure Smart grid lab – Innovation Centre Active homes with demand response Integration of local energy production Use of electric vehicles and smart charging Energy storage for customers and grid What is the levels of the energy generate....!!? building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s Many intersections on smart energy levels so as to generate and store energy and use cleverly
  45. 45. building healthcare education transport IT Energy government infrastructure RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details • Centralized power generation • One-directional power flow • Generation follows load • Top-down operations planning • Operation based on historical experience traditional grid smartgrids • Centralized and distributed power generation • Volatile renewable power generation • Multi-directional power flow • Flexibility in demand – load follows generation • Operation based on real-time data
  46. 46. Smart Infrastructure building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s Intelligent Infrastructure Pervasive connectivity Wireless Smart devices Smart assets Ubiquitous computing the Cloud Virtualization Mobile devices Index
  47. 47. • Definition of smart infrastructure – A smart system uses a feedback loop of data, which provides evidence for informed decision-making. The system can monitor, measure, analyze, communicate and act, based on information captured from sensors. Different levels of smart systems exist. A system may: • Principles of smart infrastructure – Data • Data are turned into information, into knowledge and then into value. – Analyze • Systems that are able to process these data and then make appropriate decisions will have to be developed and put in place. – Feedback • Feedback within a smart system provides opportunities to increase its performance. – Adaptability • Smart systems and infrastructure need to be adaptable to varying demands and conditions, including developing technology. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen Smart infrastructure: the Future ‘Smart infrastructure’ responds intelligently to changes in its environment, including user demands and other infrastructure, to achieve an improved performance. RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s
  48. 48. What is the Applications of smart infrastructure....?? Applications of smart infrastructure Utilities Energy Water Transport Land transport Maritime transport Communications Free Wi-Fi The built environment parks building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  49. 49. What is the Barriers to smart infrastructure...!!?? • Barriers to smart infrastructure: – Smart government: • No overarching governmental structure exists currently to manage multi- modal, multi-agency changes that are currently proposed and underway. – Data quality and management: • With the increasing need to share information, it is important to come up with standards to assess data quality, and to do this in ways that meet privacy concerns. – Privacy: • There are many different ways in which people give up information in order to get some value back. – Investment: • Greater smartness inevitably involves greater integration, which inevitably means changes to the industry structure. – Vulnerability: • The price of connectedness may be vulnerability to new kinds of attack, so security and resilience needs to be built into systems. – Lifetime: • Electronic sensors embedded into the physical environment can start to limit the lifetime of infrastructure. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s
  50. 50. RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Detail s building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen
  51. 51. Smart Government Is social media influence.... • Social media engagement – Government strategy to use SM to engage with the public – Social Media: • Improves awareness & promotion of smart services • Improves quality of services through feedback from the public • Improves transparency • Co-creating and crowdsourcing is possible • All government departments uses social media building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Index
  52. 52. Smart ICT Systems: Summary of “Genes” and Technical Foundations • Theory: In the ““Smart Economy”” Presentation we reviewed the theoretical & academic foundations of “Smart Systems” • E-Gov: Smart Governance is an extension of e-Governance in which there is more intelligent on-line management, decisions and real-time adaptive control of e- Government Applications & Services • “ICT Genes”: The Smart ICT “Genes” remain the same as those for applications to the Smart Economy and Smart Security • Vendors: Major Vendors such as Microsoft, CISCO, IBM and HP are all developing Smart 21stC Architectures & Solutions building healthcare education transport IT Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  53. 53. Adapt to The New Digital Age building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Open Data Developers Entrepren eurs Prolific Users Occasiona l Users Financial Institution s Credit Agencies Internatio nal Bodies Journalist s All Governments will transition to ““Smart Management Principles”” supported by Smart IICCTT Solutions during the coming 5 to 10 years Legislati on gap. Data governanc e The “openness” culture Internation al “best practices” Innovation !
  54. 54. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details It’s a Shift … Not a Project Building an Open Data Community SMART Cities APPROACH
  55. 55. Example ; Abu Dhabi City Guard app.... • What is Abu Dhabi City Guard app...?? – Citizens as guardians of the city – Allows people to reports incidents (photo, video, audio) and submit complaints to the government – Innovative process flow changes – Increase civic participation and engagement between the public and government • Results: – The app helped improve government performance – Awards to recognize best performed departments – More adoption (e.g, police for reporting traffic violations) – Potential for big data analysis to reveal insight building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  56. 56. Smart Citizen building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Index • Smart Cities Need Smart Citizens – Data and technology should augment human intelligence, not seek to replace it. – We must trust intuitive wisdom, avoiding the twin traps of reductionism and determinism. – We must see the urban system as a network of interrelated spectrums, not polarities. – We must recognize the city as a constantly changing organism, not a mechanistic model capable of highly processed control. – Rather than seeking reassuring ideologies and absolutes, we should rely on collective intelligence to find our timeless way of building’.
  57. 57. Teaching Kids How to Build Smart Cities...!!? RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Some New York middle-schoolers spent their summer vacation building models of smart cities, complete with futuristic cars and clean energy infrastructure. The NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering Science of Smart Cities program held its fourth annual expo, where the children showed off their designs. During their four-week training with NYU engineering students, participants learned about engineering aspects of sustainable and resilient cities. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen
  58. 58. • Understand how the city and its partners can make better investments in young children and their families today to create healthier residents and a more sustainable and prosperous community for tomorrow • methodology of the smart city: building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details Teaching Kids How to Build Smart Cities...!!? •Encourage the opposite and skills development Interviews •More access to information and keep pace with the present Access •Availability of all the libraries and books to the public Research •Absorb and keep up with the young and more support Recommendations
  59. 59. • Take responsibility for the place they walk , work and live in. • Appropriate technology, rather than accept it as is. • Know where they can get the tools, knowledge and support what they need. • Value empathy, dialogue and trust. • Will not stop in the face of huge barriers. • Ask questions, then more questions, before they come up with answers; The opportunity is to put children and families at the center... building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government citizen RegionalTownPUrbanP Urban utilities Details
  60. 60. There are countless challenges with any smart city initiative but can ultimately fall under these five major categories with each one bringing its own variety of questions and roadblocks. 1. Vision The smart city vision begins with identifying what issues the city faces and how solutions can be constructed to deal with those issues and how to make the city run efficiently and prosper for decades to come. Top 5 Smart City Challenges Index
  61. 61. Indian officials want 100 ‘smart cities.’ Residents just want water and power. Earlier this year, before Ajmer was chosen for smart-city status, Modi had also included it in a list of 12 “heritage cities” he planned to develop. And a few years ago, the government launched a program to make Ajmer a “slum-free city.” https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/india-wants-to-build-100-smart-cities-residents-just- want-water-and-power/2015/06/25/9951df1a-0ec6-11e5-a0fe-dccfea4653ee_story.html Vision vs Real Needs
  62. 62. 2. Design Retrofitting is where design of new smart city initiatives must truly shine. Inadequate infrastructure, specifically highways, is one of the areas where design matters most. More lanes, less traffic is not always the answer as it is just more infrastructure that takes an extended period of time to build. Occasionally, causing even more traffic due to construction, it will more than likely become a temporary fix for a consistently growing population. While more lanes may aid for the time being, cities must have alternatives like sensors (built into the infrastructure itself or into light posts) and analytics to help redistribute traffic to cut down on citizens’ travel times and make more efficient use of their transportation infrastructure. Top5SmartCityChallenges
  63. 63. 3. Funding Locating proper funds for a project can be one of the most, if not the most, difficult component of a smart city initiative. An increasing number of cities around the world are announcing plans to become smart and more resilient in spite of their social, economic, and geographical challenges. Top5SmartCityChallenges
  64. 64. 4. Skepticism Civic engagement is one of the most important portions of the smart city initiative as it is ultimately focused on improving the quality of life for the citizens of the given city. Smart cities bring promise to their citizens as much as they do doubts of their future effects on services, politics, security and privacy.  How much privacy will citizens have to sacrifice in order to feel safer and have their data shared with the municipality, developers and other citizens through open data programs?  Is it even an issue when location services on smartphones consistently project our location regardless of our knowledge?  It may just become the norm for citizens as privacy and security become intertwined with various smart city programs. Top5SmartCityChallenges
  65. 65. 5. Implementation The actual implementation of the initiative and making it a reality is just as much a hurdle as any other issue above. There are many roadblocks in moving an initiative forward including siloed municipal departments, a lack of direction, lack of proper leadership, and most of a lack of tools to make the initiative real. Top5SmartCityChallenges
  66. 66. 1. Work out what problems need fixing Take Jakarta and Beijing: “They are both currently exploring data dashboards and citywide sensing projects to address issues around traffic congestion, when what these cities really need are vastly improved public transport systems.” 2. Find a leader Leaders should come from the public sector. “Some of the standout smart cities – Barcelona, Amsterdam, Malmo – exhibited dynamic leadership from their mayors as well as chief executives,” 3. Develop a vision everyone can get behind The Olympics is a good example of a shared goal, which succeeded in bringing together communities, the public and private sectors, academia, volunteers and business. 10 Steps to Building a Smart City Index
  67. 67. 4. Make a business case Networks of sensors need expensive infrastructure, and there’s currently little precedent around whether it’s the taxpayer or industry that foots the bill. A vision that adds economic, social and environmental value could be key to attracting investment from tech companies, universities and elsewhere. 5. Share data and incentivize innovation Open data is critical to fostering an ecosystem for innovation, but the public sector, with its entrenched ideas around data protection, can be reluctant to share. City councils should see it as “investment rather than expenditure”. 6. Design from the bottom up Fujisawa, Japan, is an example of a city designed from the ground up. It’s a disaster proof, self-sufficient town with self-cleaning homes that generates its own electricity. Even the streets are designed to reduce energy consumption – they follow the shape of a leaf to help natural airflow and reduce the need for AC. 10 Steps to Building a Smart City
  68. 68. 7. Tread carefully We are still in the early days of exploring the costs and benefits of these technologies for society and business and perhaps a more cautious approach is needed, and the complicated issues around privacy that need addressing. 8. Get politicians on board Political leaders are important for communicating the need for new tech, and assuaging citizens’ concerns about safety and privacy. It would be great to see politicians explain why they are spending our taxes on a smarter city. 9. Educate citizens 10. Spread the word A smart city will be irrelevant to most of its inhabitants unless they can learn how to use new technology. All cities to share their experiences and evidence so that no one has to start from scratch. 10 Steps to Building a Smart City
  69. 69. Examples..... Around the world  South Korea, Songdo city  Site and master plan  Smart Songdo  Smart Transportation  Smart Building  Smart Energy  Smart waste and water management  Cambrian between Songdo vs another Asia cities  Is Songdo sustainable  Knowledge economic city, Saudi Arabia  Knowledge city dynamic  Smart cities revolves around strategic visions of urban and  What the city Contains of....?  The concept of a new link road and Transport mechanism  Madinah - A Promising Economic Future Index
  70. 70. Examples; South Korea, Songdo Site, Total area, Master plan Index
  71. 71. Smart Songdo • Parameters of the Songdo city – Smart transportation – Smart Energy – Smart building – Smart waste, water management
  72. 72. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government Waste ,water How is the transportation in Songdo...?
  73. 73. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government Waste ,water Are the Buildings smart too...!?
  74. 74. building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government Waste ,water How is the city generate its POWER...??
  75. 75. building Environmental education transport infrastructure Energy government Waste ,water How Songdo saves the environment....?
  76. 76. Is Songdo sustainable...!!!??? • We sure that it’s.... – Have 40% green spaces – Zero energy building – The lack of emission of harmful gases – Instant re-recycling plants
  77. 77. Examples, Saudi Arabia, Knowledge Economic city, Site, Total plan, Master plan, Land uses plan Index Site plan: -1- -2- -3- -4-
  78. 78. Knowledge city dynamic • Access and sharing of real information • Inability to change behavior of citizens and organizations • Procurement processes and policies encourage innovation • Policy keeping pace with transformation agenda Knowledge city Places Processes People Objectives Knowledge Moments
  79. 79. Site plan , • Action Plan – Define the requirements – Use Big-data analytics – Design metro routs and capacity – Design bus routs – Define projects and Develop RFPs – Biding and contracting the projects – Project Management Consultant Testing – Operation and Marketing  Smart cities revolves around strategic visions of urban and  human development  Communication is the most critical requirement for the success of smart cities.  Smart cities require graduate and integrated planning and  implementation  Partnership between public and private sectors speed up the progress of smart cities
  80. 80. What the city Contains of....? Land marks, high tech building, new generation of since center Dar Al Jewar (Villa Gated Community) Residential Apartments Complex The Souks Complex Civic Center and Museums Knowledge Cluster Residential Hospitality and Commerce Tower Master Plan & Components
  81. 81. The concept of a new link road and Transport mechanism metro, sensors pedestrian road , What's Smart zoning mean....!!? building healthcare education transport infrastructure Energy government Waste ,water New generation of metro Security and safety with sensors anywhere Smart Zone : KEC’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure has been designed by CISCO Systems Inc. based on their SMART+CONNECTED community solutions where residents, workers and visitors can take advantage of the smart infrastructure related services to enable lifestyle experience and achieve optimum productivity.
  82. 82. Intelligent IT Mobility Systems: Automatic Vehicle Location System (AVL) building healthcare education transport IT Energy government Mobility • Smart Card Payment System: – Efficiency – Ease – Convenience – Economical – Flexible • Real-Time Information to Customers via: – Internet (PC and mobile phone) – At Stations – Onboard buses and trains
  83. 83. Beacon of Science and Civilization what the education sectored contain ....? Education Sector: an educational sector includes K-12 schools for boys & girls, an international vocational institute and a well reputable university. (KEC) also launched a new smart learning initiative that aims to transform classrooms as well as integrate teachers, students, parents and administrators into a single e-platform building healthcare education transport IT Energy government Mobility The since museum Knowledge Economic City vision includes the creation of an environment conducive to progress in the knowledge-based industries, and education is an essential part of achieving this vision and sustainability, through the creation of technically and intellectually qualified generation, intelligent in ways that mimic the era of world development. On this basis, all schools, institutes and research centers benefit from smart flexible infrastructure, to develop teaching techniques and improve performance and efficiency.
  84. 84. Madinah - A Promising Economic Future The “Economic Gateway”: Knowledge Economic City (KEC) is aimed to serve Saudi Arabia’s economic diversification strategy through reviving Madinah’s role as a center for Islamic knowledge and culture. Moreover, KEC is envisioned to elevate the quality of life and economic prosperity of Madinah’s. The “Opportunities Gateway” Knowledge Economic City (KEC) is a 4.8 million sq. zone located within the holy boundaries on the main axis connecting the airport, train station with the holy mosque providing numerous investment and development opportunities across all the sectors through commercial, residential, educational, and hospitality projects that will enable KEC to be a knowledge industries hub and enabler. building healthcare education transport IT Energy government Mobility
  85. 85. Cambrian weakness , strengthen Songdo : • smart infrastructure • Good management of waste • smart environment • Zero Building energy • smart technology Al-Madinah • smart economy • Big investment • smart education • Development since • smart transportation • Multi levels of transportations (metro, train, airplane ) Songdo • Social disparity: the City only for rich Al-Madinah • a week infrastructure : waste & water mangmaint Index
  86. 86. Damascus problems and solutions The Oldest Capital in the world is DYING • Problems in Damascus • Take advantage of the international experiences • Solution Suggestion • Take care about some special problem • make the City smarter • Rebuilt new smart Harasta Index
  87. 87. Road plan Water Resources Pollution plan Green spaces plan General determinates Urban Growth
  88. 88. • Failing to secure new technologies needed by the student • The difficulty of communication between students and teachers and the teaching center Education • Lack of energy resources • Depletion of natural resources Energy Economic • Lack of interest in handicrafts industries • Bad case of agricultural land destroyed due to indiscriminate urbanization Citizen • Lack of openness and keep up with the global • citizen of the modern techniques Groundwater depletion Pollution of agricultural land because of sewage Random distribution of electricity pylons above the ground Infrastructure Problems
  89. 89. • Great neglect of the area Gout • Air pollution due to smoke from nearby residential and agricultural areas factories Environment • The greatest difficulty in citizen access to the information needed by the • Lack of attention to the needs of those responsible citizen Government • Lack of automation of information that lead to the loss of the big time in government transactions technology Non-building interaction with the user's needs The great loss of energy in the building Lack of permanence Building • Huge traffic jam • Not enough Packings • Bad roads • The railway doesn't work • Some important roads are close Transportations Problems
  90. 90. Supply of teaching classes of equipment and appropriate Technology Providing technical easy communication between the student and the parents and the teachers And the issuance of student exam results electronically Our solutions Education Necessary for all users of energy security Reliance on clean energy and natural Renewables intergeneration and management Our solutions Support handicrafts and invested properly "of Damascus steel. Textile industry ...“ Improve agriculture and securing the necessary resources for farmers Support farmers and industrialists and the provision of facilities in order to improve the national export Our solutions And keep up with the citizen tariff on all global developments Stay online with the development of the world Our solutions Energy Economic Citizen Smart Education Smart Energy Smart Economic Smart Citizen solutions
  91. 91. The biggest in farmlands attention and encourage investment Reducing pollution from factories More efficient management of the water network & resiliency against hazards Our solutions Access to the information needed by any citizen is easier Officials City Administration& government Our solutions Automation of all the information and make it available to all citizens Smart Street Lighting Improved network efficiency and reduced water consumption Our solutions Secure housing and buildings that achieve comfort citizen in all respects the living and service The level of interest in the sustainability of buildings Our solutions Environment Government technology Building Smart Environment Smart Government smart technology Smart Building solutions
  92. 92. Syria, Rif-Damascus, harasta
  93. 93. Syria, Rif-Damascus, harasta

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