Smart City Concept, Applications and Services

Radovan Novotny Radek Kuchta
2014 Journal of Telecommunications System & Management  
The purpose of this article is to summarize the current state of understanding the smart city concept and to present a proposed communication platform for the development of city services. The first part of the article is an introduction and definition of a smart city concept. This introduction gives an overview of various aspects -city services, smart infrastructure and facilities, using information and communication technologies, interconnection, feedback, and electronic and digital
more » ... ns. The next part addresses individual challenges for the planning, development, and operation of cities. New solutions allow for use of different data on cities and meet the request for better city services. An overview of smart cities applications and services is given in the next section of the article. The deployment, implementation and approval of innovative internet based services and applications have to be made in order to permit facing the challenges of advanced cities. An overview of some aspects related to the technological solution of services is discussed in the summary section. network Smart city systems and city data Challenges for the planning, development, and operation of cities are encouraging new thinking in various professions. Professionals across architecture, urban planning, engineering, construction, information technology, systems and environmental science, property development, finance, and municipal government acquire a stronger understanding of stakeholders and receive insights as to how best to engage them. Systems models that are capable of seeing deeply into how cities work, how people use the city, how they feel about it, where the city faces problems, and what kinds of change can be applied could be used for smart city developments [1]. The same infrastructure is used 24 hours a day, seven days a week by various stakeholders -citizens, workers, students, researchers, investors or entrepreneurs. A city can be viewed as a system of stakeholderswider community and community organizations, business community and entrepreneurs, local people and residents, local authority and
doi:10.4172/2167-0919.1000117 fatcat:ajnyywqo55dyzesahpksbtk4r4