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Access in Rapidly Changing Cities Smart City

Conference contribution
Authors Marie Thynell
Published in Smart System Platform Development for City and Society, GoeSmart 2014 24-25 September 2014, Grand Royal Panghegar, Bandung, Indonesia
Publication year 2015
Published at School of Global Studies, Peace and Development Research
Language en
Keywords smart cities, ICT in cities, smart mobility, big data, sustainable cities, Bandung, Jakarta,
Subject categories Environmental Engineering, Civil Engineering, Other Engineering and Technologies, Other Social Sciences, Social and Economic Geography

Abstract

Indonesia is the world’s biggest archipelago with approximately 250 million citizens. With more than 400 cities in the country, urban problem arise with its own uniqueness according to each city. The development of smart city is crucial for these cities, where ICT, integrated mobility and sustainable transport will become core topics to be introduced and applied.

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