4 edition of Cities, citizens, and technologies found in the catalog.
Cities, citizens, and technologies
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Paula Geyh.|
|Series||Routledge research in cultural and media studies -- 22|
|LC Classifications||HT151 .G44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008037545|
Located in the north of Spain, Santander is perhaps one of the world’s first real smart cities. Since , the city has sensors distributed throughout its urban landscape. The city has been able to overcome many of the challenges it faces in . Smart Cities, Smarter Citizens. The smart city movement is on a roll. Companies such as GE, Cisco, IBM, and Siemens are looking to transform major cities through advanced computer technologies, sensors, high-speed data networks, predictive analytics, big data, and the IoT. Fully connected smart cities are coming. NLC's latest report helps cities prepare for their arrival by providing local leaders with best practices in this arena. Technology is changing us – and our cities – in an unprecedented way. This is not news to most, and the influence of technological developments and advances certainly isn’t a.
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This book is about the contemporary city and those who live in it. It is thus also about the urban world of the era (ext Brand: Taylor And Francis. Book Description. This book is about the contemporary city and those who live in it. It is thus also about the urban world of the era (extending roughly from the s to the present) citizens we see as postmodern, and specifically about how the postmodern city is changing under the impact of globalization and new information and communication technologies.
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Get this from a library. Citizens, citizens, and technologies: urban life and postmodernity. [Paula Geyh] -- Drawing upon a wide range of discourses, from architectural theory and urban studies to psychoanalysis and Marxism, this book explores this transformation through readings of contemporary literature.
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Get this from a library. Cities, citizens, and technologies: urban life and postmodernity. [Paula Geyh] -- This book is an investigation of how contemporary?postmodern?cities and their inhabitants have been transformed by the forces of globalization and new information technologies.
Drawing upon a wide. On 27 OctoberCities By Citizens explored collaborative city making with an interactive, life size urban planning game workshop, presented by Cities by Citizens as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week Using an interactive game methodology, the workshop modeled scenarios for collaborative city making and explore the challenges and opportunities of city.
The smart city movement is on a roll. Companies Cities as GE, Cisco, IBM, and Siemens are looking to transform major cities through advanced computer technologies, sensors, high-speed data networks, - Selection from Smart Cities, Smarter Citizens [Book].
The way citizens interact with cities affects overall life quality. Their participation in social decisions is of paramount importance for helping on public decisions that affect governance, regulation and education. This interaction has the potential of being boosted within the scope of smart and digital cities, especially by recent advances in blockchain technology.
ICT technologies can be utilized to help with reducing carbon emissions, improving resource utilization efficiency, promoting active engagement of citizens, and more. This book aims to introduce the latest ICT technologies and to promote international collaborations across the scientific community, and eventually, the general public.
Key concepts, definitions, examples, and historical contexts for understanding smart cities, along with citizens of both drawbacks and benefits of this approach to urban problems. Over the past ten years, urban planners, technology companies, and governments have promoted smart cities with a somewhat utopian vision of urban life made knowable and manageable through.
Smart Cities Technologies. Edited by: Ivan Nunes Da Silva and Rogerio Andrade Flauzino. ISBNeISBNPDF Cited by: 1.
D-CENT (Decentralised Citizens ENgagement Technologies) is the glue betweenona, and : digital platforms for citizen engagement in. In this chapter, some key technologies of the knowledge society are reviewed and their possibilities in developing smart cities are discussed.
Among them, new communication technologies, geopositioning services, and cloud computing paradigm have enormous potential and play an important role for implementing smart city projects.
Smart cities employ a combination of data collection, processing, and disseminating technologies in conjunction with networking and computing technologies and data security and privacy measures encouraging the application of innovation to promote the overall quality of life for its citizens and covering dimensions that include: utilities.
Cities, Citizens, and Technologies: Urban Life and Postmodernity. Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review. Smart Cities: Big Data, Civic Hackers, and the Quest for a New Utopia In this book, New York University senior researcher Anthony Townsend navigates the new landscape of building cities in a world.
This book analyzes e-participation in smart cities. In recent decades, information and communication technologies (ICT) have played a key role in the democratic political and governance process by allowing easier interaction between governments and citizens, and the increased ability of citizens to participate in the production chain of public services.
The concept of “smart cities,” which employs Internet of Things (IoT) technologies such as connected sensors, meters and lights to collect and analyze data to improve public infrastructure and. Smart Citizens, Smarter State is a manifesto for a new way of governing.
Digital technologies, Beth Noveck argues, create abundant opportunities for governments to learn from their citizens and provide better services. Written with optimism and passion, this book brings the open source revolution to public administration.
Citizens are an important aspect of smart cities. A city cannot be built smart until and unless citizens do not participate in the transformation.
So, know the role of citizens in building smart : Mahashreveta Choudhary. Governments make too little use of the skills and experience of citizens.
New tools -- what Beth Simone Noveck calls technologies of expertise -- are making it possible to match citizen expertise to the demand for it in government. She offers a vision of participatory democracy rooted not in voting or crowdsourcing but in people's knowledge and know-how. These two dimensions produce a 2×2 framework that hypothesizes which technologies and data-applications in smart cities are likely to raise people's privacy concerns, distinguishing between.
x In many cities, the average peak-time vehicle speed is a crawling 4mph (6kmh); x Many cities across the globe report very high hospital bed occupancy The stress of the morning commute has been shown to be hazardous to citizens’ health; a study File Size: KB.
Cities X Citizens is a platform to collaborate, brainstorm and think out loud about the the democratization of citymaking and the (applied) right to the city.
Key words: citymaking –community engagement – urban design – open-source cities – democratization – public space – interstitial spaces – open planning – pattern language. Ignore the futuristic visions of governments and developers, it’s humble urban communities who lead the way in showing how networked technologies can strengthen a Author: Adam Greenfield.
Dynamic, thriving cities have never been more possible—and the technologies available can make smart planners, designers, citizens, and engineers better able to build the cities of the future that create prosperous businesses and citizens who work together to achieve sustainable growth.
Stephen Brockwell started as an ArcInfo developer in References Bibliographical reference. Matthew Crawford, «Smart cities and technologies: connected or disconnected citizens?», Field Actions Science Reports, Special Issue 16 |Electronic reference.
Matthew Crawford, «Smart cities and technologies: connected or disconnected citizens?», Field Actions Science Reports [Online], Special Issue 16 |Author: Matthew Crawford. For developed world cities, the thought of outsourcing flood mapping to citizens might fill government employees with horror.
But for cities in developing countries, these technologies present an opportunity, potentially, for them to leapfrog their peers - to reach a level of coverage now that would normally require decades of investment in. Such forms of engagement give citizens a sense that they can have a positive impact on their city, all through a click of a few buttons.
These types of initiatives should be encouraged in cities across the world so that data is used to make a difference to all citizens and to provide decision making information to city administrators. Digital City Tools Digital City Tools Digital City Tools Technologies cities use to interact with citizens Bloomberg Associates’ Digital City Tools report highlights the innovative ways city governments around the world are using technology to overcome challenges and drive progress.
Join Next City for a webinar with Steven Higashide, who will discuss his new book Better Buses, Better Cities: How to Plan, Run, and Win the Fight for Effective Transit, on Wednesday, November 20 at 1 p.m.
Eastern time. In Better Buses, Better Cities, transit expert Steven Higashide shows us what a successful bus system looks like with real-world stories of reform. Accessible and non-depressing book about climate change and how cities and businesses can lead the charge in reducing emissions and adapting to current situations.
Bloomberg is kind of a wind bag, but I appreciate his approaches to finding and advancing solutions nonetheless/5. How the institutions are promoting the use of new technologies for the well-being of cities and citizens The promotion of new technologies to improve the quality of life goes through the realization of an ecosystem suitable for the creation of innovation.
The Helsinki Region Infoshare represents a perfect example in the metropolitan area of. Smart cities use digital technologies embedded across all their functions to enhance the wellbeing of citizens.
Cities that utilize these technologies report enhancements in power efficiency, water use, traffic congestion, environmental protection, pollution reduction, senior citizens care, public safety and security, literacy rates, and more.
Book by Manuel Pedro Rodríguez Bolívar and Laura Alcaide Muñoz: “ This book analyzes e-participation in smart cities. In recent decades, information and communication technologies (ICT) have played a key role in the democratic political and governance process by allowing easier interaction between governments and citizens, and the increased ability of.
Some argue that new communication technologies, such as social media, web portals and online interactive platforms, are the key to improving how cities engage with their citizens.
Technologies known for their low-cost, ubiquity and ease-of-use provide governments with the opportunity and ability to reach more communities and interact with them. Smart Cities, Smarter Citizens Global software company PTC have attempted to bridge this understanding gap with the release of a new e-book compiled from a recent O’Reilly report.
of technologies and digitization of offline services, citizens can allocate their resources and time in an efficient and productive manner—becoming smart citizens in a smart city.
Many reports on smart cities focus on urban technological equipment, and while the funds.The Global Cities Dialogue on Information Society (GCD), is a non-profit international association of Mayors and High Political Representatives (HPRs) who believe that the development of the Information Society should be for the benefit of all the citizens, communities and peoples of the world.
They committed themselves to become actively involved in creating equal opportunities .The " smart city " is an umbrella for cities that use information technology to improve services and provide better quality of life for its citizens.