Re-invent our cities of today to become sustainable, resource efficient and enable digital services to intelligent citizens of tomorrow.
With connected systems (e.g. IoT devices) and sensors across the city, many aspects of everyday life can be montiored and improved.
For example: traffic, mobility concepts, building-infrastructures, air-pollution, currently created electricity via PV systems and many more.
The three fundamental aspects of intelligent cities: LIS
Cities should become a place where citizens can easily meet each other in green spaces using intelligent mobility concepts
Intelligent Mobility for Intelligent Citizens
For example, finding the perfect route for E-bikes / E-scouters based on fitness level and heart-rate of the user and the battery charge level of the bike.
Green spaces and natural environment
Green spaces may be watered automatically using conditioned rain and or gray water during dry periods. Information about soil dryness and nutritional status is measured using IoT devices.
Actor-centric neighborhood development
Neighborhoods and infills are designed according to the needs of future residents in terms of floor-plan types and sizes, auxiliary functions and retail as well as smart services for mobility, utilities, retail and social organization.
Connecting a variaty of sensors and devices will make cities more accessible, easier to navigate in and learn about the surroundings (e.g. current wind or air pollution)
Intelligent cities need intelligent people
The human factor has an enormous impact on the development of a city, thus people need to be given the data and should be empowered to contriubte intelligently
Urban Data Platform and geoinformatics specialists
While a plethora of data is being collected - such as geospatial, temporal and sensor data, it is important to disect, seperate and store data in processable junks and in powerful databases to ensures data security and privacy of citizens and data delivery for swift access and to users and stake holders.
Intelligent operation of utilities and infrastructure
Information makes it easier and more efficient for suppliers of electricity, mobility, communication technology, water, etc. to match peaks of production with peaks and lows of demand. Building information modelling allows operators to repair and maintain physical assets more efficiently.
Tomorrow's city spends its resources carefully. This means that resources need to be collected, measured, conserved and used at the right time and place.
Quality of live is at the heart of intelligent cities and citizens foster it
Modern cities provide more green spaces and natural environments to live and spend quality time with friends and family.
Live like there is no tomorrow - reduce your carbon foot print
By visualizing air pollution and CO2 concentration as well as wind flows of the city using 3D web-applications, citizens may be more sensitive to their behavior and are easiert incentivized to use environmentally friendly modes of transportation.
Cradle 2 Cradle
A material cadaster for buildings and infrastructure keeps track of materials like copper and steel that are used in buildings and become raw materials at the end of the buildings service life.
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