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PPT on SMART city

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General view about smart cities

PPT on SMART city

  1. 1. Presentation by Manjusha, B. Planning 2nd year School of planning and architecture
  2. 2. What is a smart city? a. Need for smart city b. Policies and investments on smart cities in India Evolution of smart cities Indicators of smart cities Key elements of smart city (various cities) Smart Service delivery areas through ICT for Urban Management Life style & Composition of smartness Inference & conclusion references
  3. 3. A Smart City is the integration of technology into a strategic approach to sustainability. 21st Century has brought with it a new global trend of “sustainable urban development” and this concept adds new dimensions to urbanization which require a quick need to upgrade existing cities. The concept of a smart city is a relatively new one. Throughout the years, with the significant contribution from various technologies like computer science, information technology, remote sensing, advance multimedia world etc. But the question is HOW WE CAN LIVE A SMART LIFE? Rapid urbanisation: •By 2030, 60% of worlds population is expected to live in cities results in heavy strain on energy, transportation, water, building and public spaces. •Increasing need is the being felt for smart city which are both efficient, sustainable and Can generate economic prosperity & social well being. Source: smartcities.gov.in
  4. 4. SMARRT CITIES: E- learning, participatory governance, digital inclusion, intelligent buildings, energy and environment efficiency sustainable cities, carbon emissions INTELCITIES: Online web-based learning system, integrated approach, liveable cities Online information services like E- Seva now so called Mee-Seva Information through websites1990’s 2000’s 2004/5 2005+ •JNNURM •National Mission Mode Projects •Smart cities will be operated as a central funded scheme. And it processes to give 48,000 crore over 5 years. •i.e. On an average of 100 crore per city per annum and equal amount will be contributed by state/ULB’s; therefore nearly 1 lakh crore of govt/ULB funds will be available for smart city development.
  5. 5. After studying various smarts cities in China, Europe, Amsterdam, Barcelona and in India Lavasa city, GIFT city in Gujarat and New Raipur...etc the key elements are stated below: • Economic development, • Global city investment competitiveness, • Improving lives and livelihoods of residents • Proper facilities for entertainment, safety, security, & education are must, • In terms of infrastructure, the smart cities should have 24*7 availability of water and electricity, • Importance should be given to public transport, • Energy efficiency techniques using 3R’s concept • Social infrastructure like parks, gardens, community halls for interaction in compactness, • Employment opportunities , • Efficiency, sustainability, and livable. Any place Any where Any Time Any context Any thing Any device Any one Any body Any service Any business Any path Any network Internet of things
  6. 6. Smart people Smart economy Smart governance Smart mobility Smart environment Smart living Smart city •Entrepreneurship & innovations •Productivity •Global & local interconnectedness •Enabling supply & demand side policy •Transparency & open data •ICT & E-Governance •Integrated ICT, security& surveillance •Prioritizing clean& non motorized options •Mixed-modal access, SPV’s •Green buildings •Green urban planning •Green energy •Renewable energy •Waste water management •sanitation •Safe •Healthy •Culturally vibrant & happy •Inclusive society •Embrace creativity •21st century education
  7. 7. •Level of qualification, flexibility to get more opportunities, knowledge about the policies and schemes launches by the govt would be the first step of each and every individual, public participation Smart people •Indicators like entrepreneurship, productivity, self – employment rate, GDP per person, flexibility of labour market, reliability , smart infrastructure which directly proportional to the per capita income Smart economy •Efficient govt. services such as e-government portal service, e-learning project, e-passport, public participation in decision making, •Smart energy: smart grid, energy storage, smart meters Smart governance •streamlined transportation in order to optimise traffic flow and increase connectivity Smart mobility •renewal of energy, waste water management and provide proper sanitation to citizens Smart environment •build intelligent building management systems, which will help save up to 30% of water usage, 40% of energy usage and reduction of building maintenance costs by 10 to 30%, smart cooling, smart heating Smart living
  8. 8. • Property tax • E- procurement • Accounting • Personnel management • Bin & vehicle tracking system • Waste collection and transfer • Treatment and disposal • biometric attendance systems for sanitary workers • Plant management • Collection, distribution & billing • Grievances handling • Resource management • Distribution • Internal business process • Quality • Billing • Grievances handling Water supply & waste water Municipal services Revenue & management Solid waste management Water efficiency through SCADA – PCMC Smart toilets: sensor based community toilets - Trivandrum Automatic meter reading Mumbai, Hyderabad Smart mobility – HTRIMS, Hyderabad; Bangalore • Bicycle sharing program, Trivandrum • Bus information system over mobile Recommendations: • GIS and GPS enabled services •GPS and GPRS technologies through cell phone images are taken and stamped with time and location •Integrating various database Examples:
  9. 9. 36.8 23.4 11.4 10.5 10.4 7.4 smart governance smart energy smart infrasrtucture smart transportation smart healthcare smart building •The highest composition is by smart governance . Transparency should be maintained in the bureaucracy and fight against corruption. •States and ULBs will play a key supportive role in the development of Smart Cities. •Understanding the concepts of retrofitting, redevelopment and Greenfield development by the policy makers A safe public realm and easy pedestrian movement is the key to the success of a healthy environment. And that would be the biggest challenge of all.
  10. 10. •The Smart Cities Mission requires smart people who actively participate in governance and reforms. •The participation of smart people will be enabled by the SPV through increasing use of ICT, especially mobile-based tools •Energy efficient systems •Trying to involve the public to help determine the order of development has been difficult and time consuming •The multiple permits required by various levels of government are slowing down the process of creating the city The emergency of the idea of the smart city ought to be seen in the backdrop of the need to contain corruption and meet the requirements of the adequate & efficient service delivery in urban areas using information and digital technologies. The success of the programmes will be judged by its power to transform the life of the people, and their ability to reduce growing inequality in our society.
  11. 11. •Smart city mission statement and guidelines by ministry of urban development, Government of India http://smartcities.gov.in/writereaddata/SmartCityGuidelines.pdf •Smart cities in India (2015), smarter solutions for better tomorrow, conference in New Delhi •GIS Steering Smart Future for Smart Indian Cities (2014), authors: Anuj Tiwari, Dr. Kamal Jain •http://www.slideshare.net/modi_123smartcity/smart-city-39963571