Smart Cities: Technological Challenges and Issues
IEEE CS Keynote at 21st Annual International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM) 2015, Chennai, India, September 19, 2015, September 19, 2015.
Abstract: Smart Cities enhance the quality of life of its citizen by building an eco-system for health, environment, and business. Broadband technologies provide the foundation for sensors, smart meters, and smart environments that provide large amounts of data that can be analyzed by big data analytics techniques and used to provide an open and user driven eco system. Smart cities use the latest technologies for economy, infrastructure, and governance. This talk covers the technological developments required for smart cities as well as new research challenges, and issues.
This talk covers the following topics:
- City Confusion!
- Smart Devices
- What's Smart?
- What's the Problem?
- Old vs. New
- Is This a New Problem?
- Why Are We Solving the Problem Now?
- Smart Cities Enablers
- A 7-Layer Model of Smart Cities
- ICT for Smart City
- Smart Trees
- City IQ: Benchmark for Smartness
- List of Smart Cities
- Areas Measured by ISO 37120:2014
- Smart Cities Research in US
- Who is interested in Smart Cities?
- 100 Smart Cities in India
- Cities in India
- Smart Waste Management
- Public-Private Partnership
- Digital Disruptions
- Security and Privacy
- Attack Surface
- Areas of Research for Smart Cities
- Broadband: Next Generation
- Government-Citizen Partnership
- City-University Partnership
- Universities as Smart Testbeds
- Standards for Smart Cities
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