What Do We Expect From Our Smart Cities?

What can we expect from Smart Cities?
Big cities like Seoul, Paris and Chicago are moving quickly to embrace the Internet connectivity of things. They find new ways to connect with the community to add value and depth to calling Smart Cities. The other model for smart cities is to build them from scratch. Songdo in Korea, is considered one of the most outstanding international examples. It has 80,000 apartments and large commercial and commercial spaces.
one considers how to adopt new Australian cities built from scratch,
instead of suburban cities, like satellites to our capitals.
What would they need? Jones Lang LaSalle by TEDx has asked more than 200 professionals on its top four priorities.
A sense of belonging
we want:

    Belong and have facilities to support the needs of our lifestyles.
Meeting rooms for sporting, social, actors and cultural activities.
Child care and school enrichment programs or special needs online so that the community can volunteer to help children.
To interact with the local council to support the improvement of services and local initiatives.
On-line sharing center Seoul encourages local businesses and organizations that provide shared services. The main objective is to facilitate and accelerate citizens’ access to information sharing.
health and wellbeing
Western medicine is based on the diagnosis and management of diseases. Our
concerns about air quality, genetically modified foods and sensory
appeal on fast food outlets dominate rather than lasting food choices
for longevity and maximum vitality.
We need spaces for exercise, meditate and contemplate to balance our activity. We need feedback on our Biometrics and access to primary health initiatives on lifestyle, diet and joy.
Social cohesion is defined as the will of the members of society to cooperate with each other in order to survive and prosper. We embrace our diversity and offer prosperity to our community. This can be delivered on networks to buy local products; Make sure our child is chosen in the sport or the practice of music and delivered to a safe care; Or care for the elderly.
ChangebyUS NYC allows people to create or join a city project. It offers hundreds of different projects ranging from food and gardening community to bike paths and urban development. More
than 120 resources are available on the website, including OASIS, an
open community mapping site, community cleaning program of the City
Council and the City of Green Force, which prepares young people for
employment opportunities in the economy of
Clean energy.
Entrepreneurship is the process of identifying, designing and creating opportunities for new businesses or social enterprises. It can be commercial, social or environmental. Our work is redefined as new professional sectors are created, achieved and robotizan in a decade. It should be increasingly specialized in the services and support of
entrepreneurship specialists who move from one project to another as
needed to work periods of the house.
Many of the best smart cities are promoting entrepreneurship. Previously,
enterprises have been carried out in the processing of information,
Internet of things has approached us through the exchange of
information, we are now facing face to facilitate interaction and
We need quick access from our smart city to workplaces that facilitate interaction. This is the basis of the entrepreneurial spirit that leads to productivity and economic prosperity.
Not in its first four, but in ours: Environment
Because a smart city can build from scratch, you can go directly to advanced technologies.
capturing the value has gone from bare ground to the smart city, to
finance the construction of infrastructure, including transport links.
operating costs of the transportation system would be based on
operating costs only they allow the cost of travel is affordable.
Imagine recycling our household waste for use as a biofuel to produce electricity to power these cities and public transport.


What Do We Expect From Our Smart Cities?

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