A world where all the city's infrastructure is connected through advanced information and communication technologies (ICT), such as Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
What is Smart City?
It is a futuristic high-tech city that connects all the infrastructure of the city by using advanced information and communication technology (ICT). A smart city project utilizes ICT technology to solve traffic problems, environmental problems, housing problems, facility inefficiencies, etc. that are caused today and provides its inhabitants a more enjoyable urban experience. Learn more about what future smart cities Australia can create.
Smart city real-life case studies
As Smart City has emerged as an alternative to solve urban problems related to transportation, environment, housing, and facilities and to optimize city functions, city officials around the world are actively building smart cities. Here are some examples from Denmark, Spain and Korea.
'Smart Streetlight' in Copenhagen, Denmark
The city of Copenhagen has started a project to install outdoor LED lights in the Albetzun region since September 2014. It is expected that energy efficiency will be maximized by remotely managing the street lamps connected to the area via WiFi and adjusting the brightness of the lights themselves. Learn more
'Smart Parking' in Barcelona, Spain
The City of Barcelona planted a vehicle detection sensor in the parking lot and connected it wirelessly with the smart street lamps installed around it. When the car parked, the smart streetlight responded to the parking problem by sending the information "parked" to the data center and sharing it in real time.
The international city of Songdo has been promoting the construction of U-City since 2003. The U City Center provides services such as transportation, method, disaster prevention, environment, facility management, etc. Therefore, before the notification is made, the center can identify the situation and actively deal with it. Learn more
Autodesk BIM Solution for Smart City Implementation
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a technology that models 2D information in 3D (AU site) in all processes related to construction and architecture, and design and construction management in virtual space. Since detailed parameters can be checked and corrected early and actual construction is carried out, errors and accidents can be eliminated in the construction site in advance.
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