Advances in smart cities : smarter people, governance and solutions

Understanding Smart Cities: Inputs for Research and PracticeIntroductionSmart PeopleSmart EconomySmart MobilitySmart LivingSmart GovernanceSmart EnvironmentConnecting the Perspectives: A Unified ViewConcluding DiscussionReferencesHow Do Smart Cities Influence Governance? A Descriptive Literature ReviewIntroductionSmart City and Its Role in GovernanceResearch MethodologyResults of ClassificationBenefitsSustainabilityQuality of LifeEnvironmentUrban DevelopmentTransport and LogisticsInfrastructureEntertainmentTourismLeisure and RecreationPublic ParticipationSocial MediaCrowdsourcingChallengesPolitical IssuesHuman IssuesSocial IssuesCultural IssuesCommunication IssuesBehavioral IssuesSecurity IssuesCrime and Disaster IssuesPrivacy IssuesAuthenticity IssuesTechnological IssuesHardware and Software IncompatibilityLack of Know-HowDiscussion and ConclusionFuture DirectionsReferencesSmart People for Smart Cities: A Behavioral Framework for Personality and RolesIntroductionOverview of Smart CitiesSmart EconomySmart MobilitySmart EnvironmentSmart LivingSmart GovernanceSmart PeopleLiterature ReviewResearch MethodologyFindings and DiscussionConclusionReferencesSelf-Sustainable Integrated Township: A Resource- Based Planning to Improve the Quality of Urban LifeIntroductionConcept of Integrated TownshipPrinciples of Integrated Township PlanningApproach to Sustainable DevelopmentLiterature ReviewCase Study of Magarpatta CityCase Study of Bhartiya City Integrated TownshipDiverse State Integrated Township PoliciesConcept Development and MethodologyZoning in the Proposed TownshipResidential AreaCommercial AreaMixed-Use Development AreaPublic and Semi-Public BuildingsRecreational AreasRoadsSupporting InfrastructureSustainable Water ManagementDecentralized Wastewater Treatment SystemIntegrated Solid Waste Management SystemSolar Energy GenerationTransportation FacilitiesTownship ModelingLayout Plan and 3-D ModelMobility PlanSustainability IndicatorsEnvironmental IndicatorsSocial IndicatorsEconomic IndicatorsConclusionAcknowledgmentReferencesAdoption and Acceptance of Mandatory Electronic Public Services by Citizens in the Developing World: Three Case Studies from IndiaIntroductionLiterature ReviewSmart CityElectronic Government and Electronic TransactionBarriers and Challenges to E-Government AdoptionAdoption Models of Information Systems and E-GovernanceUnderstanding the Stages of E-Government GrowthResearch MethodologyStudy of SystemsMinistry of Finance (Income Tax Department)Different Studies on E-Government Initiatives in Taxation OrganizationsWhat Is E-Filing and E-Filing Systems?Compliance Functionality for Citizens: Mandatory through E-Filing Portal OnlyFiling of Income Tax ReturnReturn Information MismatchOther Statutory Documents Mandatory to be Filed through E-Filing Portal OnlyOther Mandatory E-Services by Government of IndiaPassport Seva Project by the Ministry of External AffairsInternal UsersIndian PoliceCall CenterIndian Missions and Posts/Immigration CheckpointsMCA21 Project by the MCADiscussion and ConclusionReferencesRole of Manufacturing Sector to Develop Smart Economy: A Competitiveness Study between India and ChinaIntroductionIndustrial Policies in IndiaManufacturing Sector: Comparison of India and ChinaMethodology AppliedConclusionsReferencesConcept of Smart Village in India: A Proposed Ecosystem and FrameworkIntroductionLiterature ReviewDefinition of Smart VillageBroad, General DefinitionDefinition Driven by Data and Its UsageDefinition Focusing CitizensEcosystem of a Smart VillageIssues and Challenges of Smart Villages in IndiaBudget ConstraintsSmart TechnologyLack of KnowledgeDifferent ManagementsEnergy ManagementDesigning a Smart VillageInvestment ScenarioGrowth StrategiesGovernance Model of Smart VillagesTechnique to Measure Smart Village PerformanceConclusionReferencesSmart City: An Integrated Approach Using System DynamicsIntroductionLiterature ReviewMethodologyCausal Loop DiagramStock and Flow DiagramAssumptionsResults and AnalysisRecommendations and ConclusionsLimitations and Scope of Future WorkReferencesSmart City Technologies: An Oversell Product of Global Technology Companies or the Ultimate Solution to the Challenges Persisting in Urban IndiaIntroductionConcept of Smart CityBig Data in a Smart CityInternet of Things and Smart CityWhat Makes a Smart City Successful?How Relevant Are Smart Cities in the Indian Urban Context?Will Copying Ideas from Developed Countries Work?How Much Easier Will Land Acquisition Be for Smart Cities?Who Is Going to Control the Smart City?Smart City Must Not Be Just an IT SolutionEnd Users as an Obstacle to Energy Efficiencies and SustainabilityAn Oversimplified IdeaLegitimacy of Smart CitySafeguarding Slum DwellersWhere Will the Natural (Organic) Growth Be?ConclusionReferencesA Cloud-Based Mobile Application for Cashless Payments to Enhance Transportation Mobility in IndiaIntroductionLiterature ReviewExisting ModelsRise in Mobile Phone Internet Users in IndiaProposed Cloud-Based ModelMeritsLimitationsConclusion and Future ScopeReferencesFinancial Viability of Energy Conservation Using Natural Light in an Institutional Building in IndiaIntroductionMethodologyResults and DiscussionsOptimizing Daylight LevelOrientationVisual Light Transmittance of the Window GlazingWindow-to-Wall RatioWindow-to-Wall Ratio Combined with VLTSuggested Passive Techniques for Daylight OptimizationLight ShelvesLight Pipe with Multiple ReflectorsReducing Lighting Power Density of Artificial LightingTechno-Economic EvaluationInitial Capital CostBenefit-to-Cost RatioCO 2 Emissions ReductionConclusionsReferencesManagement of Multidimensional Risk for Digital Services in Smart CitiesIntroductionOverview of Smart CitiesDefinitions of Smart CitiesSmart City DimensionsSmart PeopleSmart EconomySmart MobilitySmart EnvironmentSmart LivingSmart GovernanceSmart City GovernancePublic Utilities and Information-Based ServicesWhat Are Digital Services?Service versus Digital ServiceWhat Are the Different Categorizations/Classifications of Digital Services?Categorization of Digital Services in Published LiteratureTechnology-Free Consumer ContactTechnology-Assisted Consumer ContactTechnology-Facilitated Consumer ContactTechnology-Mediated Consumer ContactTechnology-Generated Consumer ContactWhat Is Risk?Perceived RiskDimensions of Perceived RiskMultifaceted Risk Mapping for Different Categories of Digital ServicesMultifaceted Risk Mapping for Technology-Assisted Consumer ContactMultifaceted Risk Mapping for Technology-Facilitated Consumer ContactMultifaceted Risk Mapping for Technology-Mediated Consumer ContactMultifaceted Risk Mapping for Technology-Generated Consumer ContactMultifaceted Risk Mapping for Technology-Free Consumer ContactConclusionFuture ResearchReferencesM-Commerce in Smart Cities: Changing Mindsets of Individuals, Organizations, and SocietyIntroductionResearch MethodologyMobile Commerce: An OverviewM- Commerce Impact: Individual PerspectiveAccess to InformationFast Purchase OpportunityM -Commerce Impact: Business/Workplace PerspectiveUbiquityDisseminationM- Commerce Impact: Society PerspectiveImportance of M-Commerce in Smart CitiesBroad Characteristics of Smart CitiesBarriers to Local and Global Mobile Commerce AdoptionSWOT Analysis of Mobile Commerce (Figure 13.5)Results and DiscussionConclusionReferencesThe Shift toward a Sustainable Urban Mobility through Decision Support SystemsIntroductionDSSs for Top-Down Planning and ManagementA Simulation-Based DSS for Electric Urban MobilityFirst Tier: Diffusion of Electric Vehicles in the Target MarketSecond Tier: Micro Simulation of Realistic Urban Mobility in the Target Urban ScenarioThird Tier: Impact of EVs on the Energy Distribution Network in the Target ScenarioA DSS to Improve the Performance of Car-Sharing SchemesDSSs for Smart CitizensTrafficO2: A DSS for Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly Trips Based on a Serious GameConclusionsReferencesLow-Carbon Logistics Network for Smart Cities: A Conceptual FrameworkIntroductionLiterature Review of Smart City Logistics NetworksReview of Indicators of Smart CitiesReview of City Logistics Models for Smart CitiesReview of Technology-Enabled Logistics Networks for Smart CitiesProblem DescriptionLow-Carbon Logistics Networks for Smart CitiesCase StudyCase Study 1Case Study 2Conclusion and Future Scope of WorkReferences
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