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Instigating Smart City Infrastructure in Oman: Considering Social Benefits and Economic Values

Waleed Mubarak Al-Yousfi, Hussin A.M Yahia, Ram Kishore
2020 Journal of student research  
The methodology was used triangulation data method in this study which conducting the data received from three parts include data collection, quantitative method and qualitative method.  ...  Smart city is concentered to connect the living city with some factors which improve high quality life and sustainable development services to citizens.  ...  The main source of data for qualitative and quantitative method is by using survey tools such as interview and questionnaires.  ... 
doi:10.47611/ fatcat:pkfpqblbpvckxcwflzn3aw7fzi

How to Enhance the Future of Urban Environments Through Smart Sustainable Urban Infrastructures?

Mazin Al-Saffar, Afrah Bathsha, Ching-Hsing Chang, Hui Ge, Xiaowen Huang, Kaiwen Shi, Yan Lu, Zhiyuan Peng, Wenyan Sun, Heying Wang, Ruoying Wang, Wei Zhou (+5 others)
2019 Disegnare con  
The result of this research will lead to creating a platform to resolve the conflicting values of architectural heritage and smart cities principles, sourcing new sustainable technologies and the integration  ...  Leaders, governments, architects, urban designers, developers, planners and business leaders need to make decisions and find solutions for how billions of urbanites will live in the future.  ...  This paper will implement a mixed research method that endeavours to bring information from both qualitative and quantitative methods.  ... 
doaj:0b5e7f9f7bae41dbb6fa1c30eb5f5432 fatcat:f43mtjqhyvgwrp33bpib6kmp3a

Research Models and Methodologies on the Smart City: A Systematic Literature Review

Seunghwan Myeong, Jaehyun Park, Minhyung Lee
2022 Sustainability  
The research results mentioned in this study are expected to serve as useful guidelines for future smart city development projects.  ...  A smart city is a sustainable city that solves urban problems and improves citizens' quality of life through the fourth industrial revolution technology and governance between stakeholders.  ...  First of all, in terms of the nature of the analysis data, the quantitative, qualitative, and mixed research methods used in Kim's research [25] were used.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14031687 fatcat:faj3oj7bonfzlo66iyhmwa45fa

The Novel Paradigm of Economics Driven for Local Smart Sustain Cities Modeling Using Exploratory Factor Analysis and Planning Technique Using Fuzzy Evaluation Decision Making

Mode Vasuaninchita, Varin Vongmanee, Wanchai Rattanawong
2020 Sustainability  
The resulting smart cities model can then be used as the foundation of sustainable smart cities that avoid the pitfall of using incompatible smart cities models as the base and consequently failing, thus  ...  This particular process creates a Smart Cities Model (SCsM) that has unique sustainability and local context factors.  ...  These results are shown in this research. Indicator of Local Smart Sustain Cities and Current Smart Cities Modeling Method Huovila [21] [26] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12030793 fatcat:bmfso4eenrcztepdjwai634v4e

Integrated Urban Mobility Policies in Metropolitan Areas: A System Dynamics Approach for the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region in Germany

Melkonyan Ani, Koch Jennifer, Lohmar Fabian, Kamath Vasanth, Victoria Munteanu, J. Alexander Schmidt, Raimund Bleischwitz
2020 Sustainable cities and society  
In particular, urbanisation trends and the increasing demands of urban mobility place additional pressure on existing transportation infrastructure, and this creates new challenges for urban planners in  ...  A case study relating to the Rhine-Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region in Germany was applied in order to simulate four scenarios co-created with stakeholders involved in our study, namely, Smart City, Sustainable  ...  The authors express their gratitude to the Mercator Stiftung for providing financial support, as well as to the other project partners -Technical University Berlin, Institute of land and sea transport  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scs.2020.102358 pmid:32837870 pmcid:PMC7328669 fatcat:aezd2xiidbgzjfuar7ppdjemsa


Osni Erza, M. Suparmoko, Tulus T.H. Tambunan
2022 PENANOMICS: International Journal of Economics  
This research uses Mixed Method (Quantitative and Qualitative).  ...  For qualitative data, researchers conducted interviews with stakeholders who were directly involved in the development of Bandung Smart City.  ...  Source: Author, 2022 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research Method: Mixed Methods Research The research method used in this dissertation is the Mixed Method.  ... 
doi:10.56107/penanomics.v1i1.16 fatcat:ccbss6bvrjeb3opxklhyaqvzje

Smart City and High-Tech Urban Interventions Targeting Human Health: An Equity-Focused Systematic Review

Adrian Buttazzoni, Marta Veenhof, Leia Minaker
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The term "smart city" has been used synonymously with other terms, such as "digital city", "sustainable city", and "information city", even though definitional distinctions exist between terms.  ...  in health between groups) in smart city interventions aimed to improve human health and well-being.  ...  Acknowledgments: A.B. would like to thank University of Waterloo librarian Marian Davies for her consultations on the search strategy conceptualization and input.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17072325 pmid:32235594 fatcat:pikaundsz5gs3lowoif6lcicgi

Assessing the impact of ICT services for electromobility

Diego Rodriguez, Ana Paul, Gema Antequera, Juan Martin
2014 Zenodo  
to assess this impact, quantitatively and qualitatively.  ...  In a scenario in which there is an increasing range of sustainable mobility options based on ICT services, it is essential to have adequate methods for the proper evaluation of the potential impact of  ...  Energy mix Charging time Charging duration Charging process Charging volume Aggregated road mileage performance Transport and mobility Modal share, in % Objective Quantitative Number of  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3888411 fatcat:f4atjzssz5bbnlaigax6u5hoau

Key Factors of Effective Development of Smart Cities in Croatia

Krešimir Buntak, Gabrijela Budimir Šoško, Davor Grgurević, Ivan Cvitković
2021 Journal of Maritime & Transportation Science  
The research methodology for this paper is based on a mixed method that involves collection, analysis, and integration of quantitative and qualitative research.  ...  the state and degree of development of smart cities in the Republic of Croatia, focusing on key dimensions of smart city development.  ...  The research methodology for this paper is based on a mixed method that involves collection, analysis, and integration of quantitative and qualitative research.  ... 
doi:10.18048/2021.61.07. fatcat:5qfea6lk3ze7vlcm5gmsraiwty

A Theoretical Research Framework of Future Sustainable Urban Freight Transport for Smart Cities

Zhangyuan He, Hans-Dietrich Haasis
2020 Sustainability  
Urban freight transport plays a critical role in the promotion of sustainable and livable cities.  ...  This paper aims to construct a theoretical research framework for sustainable urban freight transport (SUFT) from the perspectives of future urban development and distribution innovations, and appropriate  ...  Of these 25 methods, the qualitative methods are more widely used than quantitative and semi-quantitative ones [76] , such as the LR, expert panels, trend extrapolation/megatrends, and morphological analysis  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12051975 fatcat:vhhldwmznffj7irzdru5qgzbmm

TInnGO: Challenging Gender Inequality in Smart Mobility

Andree Woodcock, Hilda Romer Christensen, Lena Levin
2020 Put i Saobraćaj  
The TInnGO project will create a framework and mechanisms for sustainable change in gender and diversity mobility through the development of a Pan European TInnGO observatory.  ...  and critical reviews of smart mobility innovations.  ...  methods to be used in TInnGO Method Description Gender and diversity Smart Mainstreaming TInnGO will further develop and employ models of gender mainstreaming in transport Mixed methods Quantitative  ... 
doi:10.31075/pis.66.02.01 fatcat:nk3s5kra5ba43noa5w4sqra2jy

The First Two Decades of Smart City Research from a Risk Perspective

Shadi Shayan, Ki Pyung Kim, Tony Ma, Tan Hai Dang Nguyen
2020 Sustainability  
This study highlights the significance of smart city risks for researchers and practitioners, providing a solid direction for future smart-city research.  ...  The results revealed that risk is a comparatively new topic in smart-city research and that little focus has been given to social risks.  ...  Qualitative methods are presented in 21% of the studies, and quantitative and mixed methods, respectively, are found in 5% and 4%.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12219280 fatcat:73hg64kt2bhjbhf5hdpukd24ty

Urban Development and Sustainable Utilization: Challenges and Solutions

Fahad K. Alqahtani, Ahmed R. El Qasaby, Ibrahim S. Abotaleb
2021 Sustainability  
Many countries are contemplating a smart sustainable approach to the next generation of cities.  ...  The results show that Smart People, Smart Mobility, and Smart Living were the three most important sustainable indices for Riyadh.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors extend their appreciation to the Deputyship for Research & Innovation, "Ministry of Education," in Saudi Arabia for funding this research work through project number IFKSURG  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13147902 fatcat:e4mccs3lzfdc5p4isi6ect2ruu

A Methodological Model to Evaluate Smart City Sustainability

Alejandro Valencia-Arias, María Lucelly Urrego-Marín, Lemy Bran-Piedrahita
2021 Sustainability  
For this purpose, it adopted a qualitative descriptive methodology divided into three stages: (1) reviewing existing methodologies for smart city evaluation; (2) designing, validating, and administering  ...  This study aims to identify the key elements that should be included in a methodological model to evaluate the sustainability of smart cities and examines the case of Medellín, Colombia, from 2020 to 2021  ...  We would like to thank ITM Translation Agency for language editing the original manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132011214 fatcat:yial4aqnafeadgelrnfgx5d73a

Transit-Oriented Development in Doha: The Case of the Al Sadd Neighborhood and Hamad Hospital Metro Station

Sara Nafi, Raffaello Furlan, Michael Grosvald, Rashid Al-Matwi, Khalida Lifam Marthya
2021 Designs  
These factors were analyzed through a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods incorporating: (1) a literature review focusing on sustainability, smart growth, and transit-oriented development  ...  This research study explores Al Sadd, a mixed-use neighborhood in Doha, in order to investigate key factors to be addressed for enhancing urban livability within this neighborhood.  ...  Both qualitative and quantitative methodologies were employed in the study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/designs5040061 fatcat:l5x7cdxf7bd5xjqxylxj3yoq74
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