The key to Building a Indonesia Smart City

June 30th, 2017

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Some policies seem to take the imagination of the citizens of the modern world rather than the idea of ​​a smart city. Facing holidays is always filled with train cancellations, traffic jams and streets filled with buyers. It is not difficult to see the attractiveness of a city that is managed with the latest technological innovations and data analysis. With two-thirds of the world’s population going to live in one city in 2045. City administrators from Bristol and Singapore are looking for technology to shape the urban landscape. In India, the government has committed to developing 100 smart cities across the nation.

While surveying some of the world’s leading smart city observers to a new Smarter Cities report, published by the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), there is an emerging theme: ‘Human Resources, Not Just Technology that Makes City Smart’. Of course, there are very interesting things related to the Big Data and the Internet of Things, whether to be implemented in cities built like Songdo South Korea (designed with insights from IBM) or ‘retro fitting’ cities like Barcelona and Amsterdam. Real-time monitoring and analysis will mean, however, that the city will respond to the real needs and behavior of its citizens like never before.

We tend to see the greatest innovation will bring sustainable and efficient changes to municipal functions such as waste management, energy supply, infrastructure, and transportation. Thus, it is impossible to see the replacement of urban planners and administration with technology in the near future. Instead, they tend to play a more important role in using data insights and implementing intelligent systems to help developing cities. In fact, in many cases, their population levels continue to soar to an unprecedented level. It reveals that any discussion about the future city of technology is at the top. And, in the discussion of evolution, skills are needed by those who will build the city of the future.

The development of modern cities is always closely related to financial and commercial innovations. Recently, the specter of bankruptcy that has haunted people like Detroit and New York is a reminder that even the most powerful metropolis relies on strong governance, strategic planning and an analytical approach to building future resilience.

One of the keys to our research is that smart cities are always the same. Their development represents a journey, based on the needs of citizens and available resources. One estimate is that the number of smart cities around the world will triple to 88 by 2025.

In Asia and Africa, smart city development is related to social needs. Rapid urbanization creates unique pressures on the local economy, and affects the environment and population. India estimates about 300 million will become city dwellers by 2045. Urbanization is emerging around the world and smart cities offer hope to ensure that new urban areas can benefit from being planned for future generations to live.

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