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Digital City Shanghai: Towards Integrated Information & Service Environment [chapter]

Ding Peng, Mao Wei Liang, Rao Ruo Nan, Sheng Huan Ye, Ma Fan Yuan, Toru Ishida
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper aims to describe Digital  ...  This gives us the chance to take part in both the projects, STIS and Digital City Kyoto.  ...  Many people have and are contributing to the STIS in the government, in Shanghai Jiaotong University, and other participating organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-46422-0_11 fatcat:uwabz2fywbhevog5uft5o3ysdy

Digital City Shanghai: Concepts, Foundations, and Current State [chapter]

Peng Ding, DongHui Lin, HuanYe Sheng
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The fastest developing city in China is Shanghai; its annual growth rate (GDP) exceeded 11.9% average in every year from 1992 and GDP per person in 2003 reached 4909 USD.  ...  This provides a chance to take part in both projects, Digital City Shanghai and Digital City Kyoto.  ...  Many people have and are contributing to the Digital City Shanghai Project in Shanghai Municipal Government, Shanghai Jiaotong University and other organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11407546_7 fatcat:rgdxswivt5dspgugrqwyntjfpm

Physical–digital integration in city infrastructure

D. M. Gann, M. Dodgson, D. Bhardwaj
2011 IBM Journal of Research and Development  
This paper is concerned with one element of this integration, namely, the integration of physical infrastructures and digital technologies.  ...  The better integration of physical and digital infrastructures can significantly contribute to these objectives.  ...  *Trademark, service mark, or registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.  ... 
doi:10.1147/jrd.2010.2095750 fatcat:iy3jh3dw6va6fd677e6ddcopkm

Mobility sharing economy in Shanghai

Bora Ly, Albert W. K. Tan
2020 Cogent Business & Management  
These two layers of evolutionary expansion in urban environments and market systems, created by disruptive mobility-sharing innovations and brought on by urban changes towards an increase in sustainability  ...  Urban development is key to sustainable development in the world because people have moved from rural areas to urban cities.  ...  Shanghai built its digital environments strategically so economic growth would increase without sacrificing sustainability targets in line with the international and national trends towards smart and digital  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311975.2020.1785108 fatcat:h3ju4nxjijblphjepbz36ofwjq

Mapping the Past with Present Digital Tools: Historic Urban Landscape Research in Chinese City, Xi'an Walled City Area

Xi Wang, Feng Han, Xiaozhe Bian, Zhifeng Li
2018 Built heritage  
Within the context of urbanisation and heritage deterioration happened past decades in Chinese cities, this paper proposes an innovative HUL Information System that can be used to integrate the approach  ...  The use of spatial digital tools such as aerial photo modeling, geographic information system analysis, and space syntax is explored to trace the continuity of the historical landscape in the built environment  ...  N , a framework combining both HUL approach 6 steps Action goals Information category Digital tools selected in Xi'an research case HUL data category Integration technic Information  ... 
doi:10.1186/bf03545683 fatcat:sw3wrascdzfqzmpnk7eovwsiiu

Spotlight on Shanghai

2014 Nature  
Since its onset in 1995, the Center has made great progress in terms of 'informationization' and professional management, and level of service.  ...  The Center has a good reputation based on its reliable social credit, authoritative policies and information, rich database of job information and excellent service and approach.  ...  Detailed information regarding our center and application can also be found in http://www.shca.org.cn/english II. Qualifications 1.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nj0435 fatcat:dhr5qovgtbe53pxatatxvs2cxy

From Bricks to Bytes: Digitizing Green Cities

Diane Valerie Wildsmith, Phil Smith
2013 International Journal of Technology  
social, economic, and environmental issues.  ...  The role of Google Earth and digital maps must not be underestimated in digitizing the "bytes" and realizing design scenarios for the "bricks" of green cities, including those options related to traffic  ...  REALIZING THE IMAGINARY OF VIRTUAL GREEN CITIES Generally speaking, computer-generated virtual realities are based on bytes, units of digital information in computing and telecommunications composed of  ... 
doi:10.14716/ijtech.v4i3.114 fatcat:o3uij5wrv5fsdimgiill4fp3qq

Digital Twins from Smart Manufacturing to Smart Cities: A Survey

Georgios Mylonas, Athanasios Kalogeras, Georgios Kalogeras, Christos Anagnostopoulos, Christos Alexakos, Luis Munoz
2021 IEEE Access  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work has been partially supported by the project "I3T-Innovative Application of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in Smart Environments" (MIS 5002434), implemented under the "Action  ...  Microsoft provides a Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering for creating knowledge graphs based on digital models of entire environments with its Azure Digital Twins platform [135] .  ...  Based on the advancements in such fields, and combined with the cataclysmic shift towards the integration of Machine Learning (ML) and Big Data from all things digital, another significant concept has  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3120843 fatcat:i2v476zwjndfhe7qapyhcefh6m

Designing convivial digital cities: a social intelligence design approach

Patrice Caire
2009 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
qualities of digital cities.  ...  We first looked at digital cities and identified, from a social intelligence design point of view, two main categories of digital cities: public websites and commercial websites; we also noted the experimental  ...  There were attempts to integrate grass-roots activities and university driven projects in 1999 with Digital Kyoto and Digital Shanghai but the greatest challenge still remains their top-down approach  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-009-0201-x fatcat:xhafw6meprf45dqelpwb4o6ipu

CREATING THE GROWTH POTENTIAL OF GLOBAL CITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF DIGITALIZATION

Larysa SARKISIAN
2020 JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN ECONOMY  
The digital strategies of global cities are studied, which, despite different structure and priorities, set general principles for the development of the information technology and telecommunications sector  ...  The trends of economic development of global cities is analysed and the main industries towards which investments are directed are identified.  ...  Smart City Vision (2012), Barcelona Digital City (2015-2019) 5 San- Francisco Information & Communication Technology Plan (2013, 2015), Digital Equity Strategic Plan (2019-2020) 6 Hong Kong Hong  ... 
doi:10.35774/jee2020.02.341 fatcat:ziw6ogxysfg53brtbzvlsshyu4

Adopting Digital Technologies into Urban Settings: Towards Smarter Cities and Better Quality of Life

Perdana Miraj, Mustika Sari
2019 CSID Journal of Infrastructure Development  
Back in 2000, Tokyo was the largest metropolitan area occupied by 37 million citizens, followed by New Delhi, Shanghai, Mexico City, and Sao Paulo.  ...  In general, a smart city should be seen more as an integrated system of sensors and processors integrated within the city's infrastructure network rather than the employment of ICT specifically in a particular  ...  *Corresponding author's email: maberawi@eng.ui.ac.id Adopting Digital Technologies into Urban Settings: Towards Smarter Cities and Better Quality of Life Extensive use of digital technologies in people's  ... 
doi:10.32783/csid-jid.v2i2.101 fatcat:kcoxwbzoxjeyxf4v325cjyelgm

Shanghai, a Creative Fashion System Under Construction

Sabine Chrétien-Ichikawa
2015 China Perspectives  
The transition of the Chinese clothing industry into a fashion-creating system entails a specific environment.  ...  At the company level, large groups have moved towards integrating logistics systems with digital media technology, and investing in R&D and human capital.  ...  Fashion creativity integrates social change and aesthetic evolution, and it can impact national identity beyond the city of Shanghai. (17) But several questions remain unanswered concerning the potential  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.6789 fatcat:zjj35l2e25gzto7ivq54bi75nm

Digital Twin for Accelerating Sustainability in Positive Energy District: A Review of Simulation Tools and Applications

Xingxing Zhang, Jingchun Shen, Puneet Kumar Saini, Marco Lovati, Mengjie Han, Pei Huang, Zhihua Huang
2021 Frontiers in Sustainable Cities  
Four key components of digital PED twin are identified, i.e., a virtual model, sensor network integration, data analytics, and a stakeholder layer.  ...  based on building information models (BIM) or geographical information system (GIS).  ...  • Focus on social, economic and environmental outcomes that meet citizens' needs and respond to contemporary urban challenges. • City-level digital twins focus on environmental impacts.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frsc.2021.663269 fatcat:gs7piqyl3jc3tpokfzt4ezjkzm

Smart cities through the lenses of public policy: the case of Shanghai

Olga Gil, Zheng Tian-Cheng
2015 Revista Española de Ciencia Política  
, are examined against the Shanghai case.  ...  The findings are that for Shanghai the smart city plan inherits a process of transformation in place from the beginning of 1990sin four areas of public policy: governance, technology, built-in infrastructure  ...  This article is a part of a greater project which compares eight cities in three different continents developed from 2013 at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Political Science Department, Law School.  ... 
doaj:47bb4806455e4cdb82bc7b89af30b86e fatcat:va6sn46bpngobbfjzg42vurmna

DEVELOPING SHANGHAI UNDERGROUND PEDESTRIAN SYSTEM UNDER URBANIZATION: MOBILITY, FUNCTIONALITY AND EQUITY

Jianqiang Cui, Andrew Allan, Michael A. P. Taylor, Dong Lin
2013 Journal of Architecture and Urbanism  
Shanghai is being transformed through a process of rapid urbanization.  ...  UPS have significantly affected urban life in Shanghai under the decades of development but to date, research on UPS usage and perceptions of UPS users has been lacking.  ...  The satisfaction level towards safety in the UPS in Shanghai was high.  ... 
doi:10.3846/20297955.2012.752933 fatcat:hjutoha47nclbj77toq3dnd6yy
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