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An Adaptable System to Support Provenance Management for the Public Policy-Making Process in Smart Cities

Barkha Javed, Zaheer Khan, Richard McClatchey
2018 Informatics  
The inherent complexities of the policy process impart challenges for designing a computing system that assists in supporting and automating the business process pertaining to policy setup, which also  ...  raises concerns for setting up a tracking service in the policy-making environment.  ...  Policy-Making Process in Smart Cities To the best of our knowledge, to date there exists no specific policy making process for smart cities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics5010003 fatcat:2cvt6g3ukrhofhp6uysndlpofe

Smart City Architecture: Vision and Challenges

Narmeen Zakaria, Jawwad A.
2015 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
The key idea is to integrate information system services of each domain, such as health, education, transportation, power grid etc., of the city to provide public services to citizens efficiently and ubiquitously  ...  The concept of smart city was born to provide improved quality of life to citizens.  ...  A critical requirement for smart city is to make the relevant data available for applications in order to materialize the idea of smart city.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2015.061132 fatcat:sgxi2puvn5bi3j7cg7dzsfehoy

iQAS: An integration platform for QoI assessment as a service for smart cities

Antoine Auger, Ernesto Exposito, Emmanuel Lochin
2016 2016 IEEE 3rd World Forum on Internet of Things (WF-IoT)  
This paper proposes and describes iQAS, an integration platform for QoI Assessment as a Service for Smart Cities. iQAS is autonomic, extensible and configurable, allowing Smart City stakeholders to collaboratively  ...  While reducing costs and improving sustainability, a common goal for Smart Cities is to become more "liveable" for their citizens.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT This research was supported in part by the French Ministry of Defense through financial support of the Direction Générale de l'Armement (DGA).  ... 
doi:10.1109/wf-iot.2016.7845400 dblp:conf/wf-iot/AugerEL16 fatcat:hqlsobsjendkro3l3z26thgkjm

An Assessment Framework for the Transformation of Mobility 4.0 in Smart Cities

Hakan Inac, Ercan Oztemel
2021 Systems  
The mathematical model encompasses strategic assessments by experts to identify priorities of investments in the digitalization process, which are aligned with strategic goals and policies of cities' management  ...  The proposed reference model assesses the cities based on digital transformation of transport services to assist policy makers for better decisions in transforming the Mobility 4.0.  ...  Informed Consent Statement: The study did not involve humans. Data Availability Statement: The study did not report any data. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/systems10010001 fatcat:s7akqesaqrhdjcq7r7x3vpbbmq

Smart Energy Management Policy in India—A Review

Komali Yenneti, Riya Rahiman, Adishree Panda, Gloria Pignatta
2019 Energies  
In addition, managing energy footprint is one of the most challenging goals for cities, and as existing cities evolve and transform into smart cities, SEM becomes an integral part of the urban transformation  ...  opportunities for SEM policy governance in India.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank the two reviewers for their comments and suggestions. The reviews have significantly helped to improve the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12173214 fatcat:6igdcf5cyzgpngshhufemx5wwa

Innovation in Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Best Practices from Five Smart Cities in Indonesia

Rini Rachmawati, Estuning Tyas Wulan Mei, Idea Wening Nurani, Rizki Adriadi Ghiffari, Amandita Ainur Rohmah, Martina Ayu Sejati
2021 Sustainability  
In relation to innovations which help to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, the best practices of several smart cities become an important input to organize and create strategies for future cities.  ...  In terms of the smart environment concept, this is translated through technological and social innovation approaches to improve medical and domestic waste management, public service systems, and the socialization  ...  Thank you to all informants who have provided the data and information through in-depth interviews. Thanks also go to the reviewers for their comments to improve the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132112072 doaj:67193b7036884249b82b8719ab451a15 fatcat:672kbd44gbdctlypbkxs5pvfxa

Smart Energy Frameworks for Smart Cities: The Need for Polycentrism [chapter]

Joseph Nyangon
2020 Handbook of Smart Cities  
These are vital questions for city authorities and can be resolved by implementing incremental adaptations in public policy and policy design to mitigate potential risk of system lock-in effects for new  ...  Although full adaptation is an ongoing challenge for city management, public and private sector service providers, local businesses, residents, and other stakeholders, deepening and aligning polycentrism  ...  Cross-References ▶ Smart Cities: Overview and Glossary  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-15145-4_4-1 fatcat:kezpbkevy5bzngrpihtuc22qxy

Evidence-Based Public Policy Decision-Making in Smart Cities: Does Extant Theory Support Achievement of City Sustainability Objectives?

David Mills, Steven Pudney, Primož Pevcin, Jaroslav Dvorak
2021 Sustainability  
We searched major databases for literature containing a mention of smart cities, decision-making, and policy.  ...  Evidence-based decision-making was found mostly in literature regarding the theory and practice of smart city operations, and, to lesser extents, the articles regarding policy decisions and tactical decisions  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14010003 fatcat:2n7nh6cww5cnbpo5wljk6jsh7q

Towards an Ontology-Based Information System for Smart City Ecosystems

Adrian Hernandez-Mendez, Anne Faber, Gloria Bondel, Florian Matthes
2018 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
management and information systems to be adaptable in short iteration periods in modern enterprises.  ...  Additionally, we describe the reference architecture for such ontology-based information systems, which allows multiple roles to create and modify the mobility ecosystem model in an agile process.  ...  Digitization, Bavaria, an initiative of the Bavarian State Government.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/Hernandez-Mendez18 fatcat:dydpwnzrtbfm7gyd6zei5cnnbq

developing a smart city essentials, execution and evaluation

Jude James, Kazeem Abubakar
2018 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy driven mechanisms are essentials for development of Smart Cities.  ...  This situation is as a result of the opportunities that are available in the cities and it spells great challenges on environment, energy need, waste management, etc.  ...  City leaders and stakeholders have to agree on the methodologies for implementing Smart City solutions.The process of planning and developing Smart City can be viewed in three categories.  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit183857 fatcat:svv6t64vkvaqhlt7gh6252ihtq

SIMON: asSIsted MobIlity for Older aNd impaired users

Eva Muñoz, Manuel Serrano, Antonio Marqués, Marcus Handte, Stephan Wagner
2015 Zenodo  
An additional challenge is the instantiation of a proven methodology for data privacy preservation and authentication of users.  ...  in the context of on-street public parking areas and multiple transport modes.  ...  Acknowledgement(S) The authors would like to thank for their support the European Commission and the partners of the EU FP7 project SIMON.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2536836 fatcat:dkvtevpe5ndazmjfeydjpahvta

Smart City as A Tools to Achieve Sustainability City

Helen Dian Fridayani, Rifaid Rifaid
2019 Jurnal Ilmiah Tata Sejuta STIA Mataram  
However, in supporting to support the realization of smart cities, not all aspects must be implemented properly to achieve a managed city, components related to smart environment cannot be implemented  ...  Moreover the national government envisions Indonesia2030which shallimplement the smart city towards sustainable development.Especially in Sleman Regency, the government is committed to make Sleman Regency  ...  The implementation of good information technology will ultimately support the process of determining the direction and policy of an organization, as well as the Sleman regency.  ... 
doi:10.32666/tatasejuta.v5i2.93 fatcat:bkf4vqkukfhx7iprypm3t5mr24

Towards a Security, Privacy, Dependability, Interoperability Framework for the Internet of Things

Othonas Soultatos, George Spanoudakis, Kostantinos Fysarakis, Ioannis Askoxylakis, George Alexandris, Andreas Miaoudakis, E. Nikolaos Petroulakis
2018 2018 IEEE 23rd International Workshop on Computer Aided Modeling and Design of Communication Links and Networks (CAMAD)  
As intelligence is imported in embedded equipment, the system becomes able to provide smart services (e.g. control lights, airconditioning, provide energy management services etc.).  ...  Moreover, we provide an application example of the framework in a smart building scenario.  ...  process of monitoring, forming, adapting and managing smart object orchestrations in IoT applications.  ... 
doi:10.1109/camad.2018.8514937 dblp:conf/camad/SoultatosSFAAMP18 fatcat:wkndmxhgkbh5vfxatdssybirom

Sustainable Urban Transport

Ashim Kumar Debnath, M. Mazharul Haque, Hoong Chor Chin, Belinda Yuen
2011 Transportation Research Record  
The Singapore experience provides a useful reference for the cities intending to develop and promote a sustainable transport system.  ...  Over the years, many innovative policies have been attempted to achieve an efficient, safe, and sustainable transport system.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors gratefully acknowledge the MOE's AcRF Tier 1 funding support for this research (Grant number R-264-000-251-112).  ... 
doi:10.3141/2243-05 fatcat:t7u5ipgbbjfk5jlz6iyop2v3me

The Strategy Smart City Development Concepts in Indonesia

Hasna Anugerah Viola, Achmad Room Fitrianto
2022 Jurnal Public Policy  
Accordingly, the smart city strategy developed relies on ICT-in public services. Therefore, the processes require massive campaigns for the community to get used to it.  ...  The government ability to manage the potencies and assets owned through digital technology is the key to developing a smart city.  ...  play an important role in ICT applications for the creation of a sustainable urban environment, 2.) supporting application inventions to provide optimal services for the public, such as the OSS system  ... 
doi:10.35308/jpp.v8i1.4468 fatcat:uv2l25nrifbpbnfvcdpkomc7jq
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