Examples of financing models for smart city approaches •Expectations with regard to Group Project #2 Textbook Chapters 1-3: Singapore’s Vision of a Smart Nation — Thinking Big, Starting Small and Scaling Fast by Foo See Liang and Gary Pan; Towards a Smart Nation — It’s About People, Ultimately by Poon King Wang and Lim Wee Kiat; Country 2.0 — Upgrading Cities with Smart Technologies by Steven Miller; Textbook Chapter 8: Knowledge Cluster Development through Connectivity: Examples from Southeast Asia by Hans-Dieter Evers, Solvay Gerke and Thomas Menkhoff Thomas 4 Smart Mobility – Overview & Land Transport •Teleworking: role of ICT as enabler of smart mobility •Categories of land transportation •Policy issues related to public transport •Driverless cars •Road planning & design •Road traffic management Textbook Chapter 17: Alleviating Urban Traffic Congestion in Smart Cities by Sock-Yong Phang Siew Ning 5 Group Project #1 (field trip) (*) There will be no class this week as students are given time to do the Minor Group Project #1. Your group can use this time to do any of the pre-visit, visit and post-visit activities.
7 SMU Classification: Restricted 6 Sustainability Matters in a Smart City •The evolution of the sustainability movement •Sustainable development defined •Sustainable development goals •Climate change matters •What needs to be done? •‘Smart uses’ in smart-enabled HDB homes Videos to be watched: Transforming cities with technology (by the Economist) Smart Cities (Knowledge at Wharton) Building a Smart City: Lessons from Barcelona Textbook Chapter 5: What Makes A “Smart” City Liveable? By Linda Low Textbook Chapter 4: Making Sustainable Creative/Cultural Space in Shanghai and Singapore by Lily Kong Thomas 7 * Due Date for Group Project #1 (All groups to present in class; 15 min per presentation) Thomas / Siew Ning 8 RECESS WEEK 9 * Due date for Individual Assignment (Term Paper) Smart Living: Intelligent Buildings •What makes a building “smart”? •Residential buildings •Commercial office buildings •Underground buildings •How can buildings become more intelligent? Textbook Chapter 6: Technologies for Ageing-in-Place: The Singapore Context by Nadee Goonawardene et al. Smart Prisons •People, Process, Technology Textbook Chapter 19: Implementation of Smart Prisons by Kan Siew Ning Siew Ning 10 Excursion: Smart Energy Management - Solar Energy Research Institute of Singapore (SERIS) (9.30-11am) •Importance of ‘good’ energy saving habits and renewable energy sources for a sustainable (urban) future •There can’t be no ‘smart city’ without ‘smart’ energy management! •Status of solar photovoltaic systems in Singapore •How smart energy start-ups could disrupt the current structure of Singapore’s electricity market Thomas
8 SMU Classification: Restricted •Commercialising innovative sustainable (‘smart’) digital city concepts: A
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