Urban Systems Design: Creating Sustainable Smart Cities in the Internet of Things Era shows how to design, model and monitor smart communities using a distinctive IoT-based urban systems approach. Focusing on the essential dimensions that constitute smart communities energy, transport, urban form, and human comfort, this helpful guide explores how IoT-based sharing platforms can achieve greater community health and well-being based on relationship building, trust, and resilience. Uncovering the achievements of the most recent research on the potential of IoT and big data, this book shows how to identify, structure, measure and monitor multi-dimensional urban sustainability standards and progress.
This thorough book demonstrates how to select a project, which technologies are most cost-effective, and their cost-benefit considerations. The book also illustrates the financial, institutional, policy and technological needs for the successful transition to smart cities, and concludes by discussing both the conventional and innovative regulatory instruments needed for a fast and smooth transition to smart, sustainable communities.
- Provides operational case studies and best practices from cities throughout Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, Australia, and Africa, providing instructive examples of the social, environmental, and economic aspects of "smartification
- Reviews assessment and urban sustainability certification systems such as LEED, BREEAM, and CASBEE, examining how each addresses smart technologies criteria
- Examines existing technologies for efficient energy management, including HEMS, BEMS, energy harvesting, electric vehicles, smart grids, and more
Key Topics Covered:
Part 1: Defining Urban Systems Design 1. Urban Systems Design: Shaping Smart Cities by Integrating Urban Design and Systems Science
Part 2: Methods of Urban Systems Design 2. Urban Systems and The Role of Big Data 3. Modelling and Design of Smart Buildings 4. Smart Urban Buildings of Communities 5. Integrating Mobility in Urban Design 6. Modeling and Design of Smart Mobility Systems 7. Spatial Modeling and Design of Smart Communities 8. Case Studies Towards Smart Communities
Part 3: New Attempts in Urban Systems Design 9. Smart City and ICT Infrastructure with Vehicle to X Applications toward Urban Decarbonization 10. IoT-based Monitoring for Smart Community 11. Urban Sustainability Assessment Tools: Towards Integrating Smart City Indicators 12. Measuring Quality of Walkable Urban Environment through Experiential Modeling
Part 4: Transition toward Smart Communities 13. Understanding the Potentials of Green Bonds and Green Certification Schemes for the Development of Future Smart Cities 14. Institutional Instruments for Urban Systems Design
from the Planner's Perspective
Yoshiki Yamagata is the Head of Global Carbon Project International Office at the Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies.He received his Ph.D. degree in System Science from the University of Tokyo, Japan.His research interests include Urban Resilience, Urban Analytics, and Urban Systems.
Yang, Perry P. J.
Perry P. J. Yang, Associate Professor and Director of Eco Urban Lab of the School of City and Regional Planning and School of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology. Yang's work focuses on promoting ecological and energy performance of cities through urban design. He published extensively on ecological urban design, and has been awarded prizes in international competitions since 2005, including the 2009 World Games Park at Kaohsiung, Taiwan that opened in July 2009, featured by CNN as an eco-friendly venue.
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