Smart Cities and Artificial Intelligence offers a comprehensive examination on how smart city infrastructures are developed at different scales through artificial intelligence technologies, such as geo-spatial intelligence, data analytics, data visualization, smart connected products, and intelligent eco-systems functionality. The book provides a multidisciplinary, integrated approach, using theoretical and applied insights for the examination of smart city ecosystems. In addition, it shows how the digital and physical worlds are related within this eco-system and how real-time data collection is changing the nature of our urban environment.
This real-time living model allows us to better manage and optimize these operating systems, making them more intelligent.
- Explores the latest developments in smart cities infrastructure and the digital solutions that can be adapted to different models
- Includes extensive visuals to illustrate complex urban systems and solutions
- Features numerous case studies from around the globe
Smart City researchers, graduate students, and practitioners in engineering, economics, transport environmental science, energy, urban planning, computer science, etc
Section 1: APPROACH (Research, Theory, Strategies and Planning)
1. Evolution of Cities / Technology
2. City as Living Organism
3. Strategies & Planning
Section 2: ARCHITECTURE (Structure, Typologies and Design)
4. Operating Systems
Part 3: APPLICATIONS (Operations and Management)
7. System-wide Functions
8. Smart City Applications
9. Smart City Business Models
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 1st November 2019
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Christopher Kirwan is Visiting Faculty of Smart City Planning at University of Reading. He is a multidisciplinary educator and professional with more than 30 years’ experience across urban planning, architecture, technology, and new media, combining technological innovation, financial profitability, environmental sustainability and social wellbeing into his design.
Faculty of Smart City Planning, University of Reading, UK
Zhiyong Fu Is Vice Director of the Urban Innovation Center at Tsinghua University. He has more than 20 years’ experience teaching and researching industrial design innovation.
Urban Innovation Center, Tsinghua University, China