Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Smart Cities

Their Framework and Applications

Edited by Anuar Mohamed Kassim

Technical University of Malaysia Malacca

Co-editor:

Lutfi Al-Sharif

Al-Hussein Technical University

The development of smart cities is important and beneficial to a government and its citizens. With the advent of the smartphone, rapid and reliable communication between and among individuals and governments has become ubiquitous. Everything can be connected and accessed easily with the touch of a finger. Changes in mobile internet telecommunication systems allow for the advance of new urbanization using smart city development methods. The evolution of technology in Industry 4.0, such as the advancement of cutting-edge sensors utilizing the Internet of things (IoT) concept, has wide applications in developing various smart systems. This publication analyzes the interconnected cyber-physical systems inherent in smart cities, and the development methods and applications thereof.

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Smart CitiesTheir Framework and ApplicationsEdited by Anuar Mohamed Kassim

Published: October 13th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87707

ISBN: 978-1-83962-295-3

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-294-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-296-0

Copyright year: 2021

Books open for chapter submissions

2863 Total Chapter Downloads

3 Crossref Citations

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1. Application of Advanced Framework Technology in Smart Cities to Improve Resource Utilization

By Kai-Chun Chu, Kuo-Chi Chang, Hsiao-Chuan Wang, Fu-Hsiang Chang, Yuh-Chung Lin and Tsui-Lien Hsu

262

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2. Orchestrating Smart Cities, New Disruptive Business Models and Informal Enterprises

By Ben Mkalama and Bitange Ndemo

298

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3. Does Smart City Development Promote Urbanization in India?

By Sabyasachi Tripathi

157

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4. Smart Buildings: A Model Approach for Institutional Buildings

By Kumar Avinash Chandra

151

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5. Standard Elevator Information Schema: Its Origins, Features and Example Applications

By Jonathan Beebe and Ahmad Hammoudeh

282

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6. A Universal Methodology for Generating Elevator Passenger Origin-Destination Pairs for Calculation and Simulation

By Lutfi Al-Sharif

171

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7. Data Compression Strategies for Use in Advanced Metering Infrastructure Networks

By Chih-Wei Hsu and Sun-Yuan Hsieh

211

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8. Energy Management and Optimal Power Scheduling in a Smart Building under Uncertainty

By Dimitrios Thomas and Evangelos Kotsakis

207

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9. Cognitive Dynamic System for AC State Estimation and Cyber-Attack Detection in Smart Grid

By Mohammad Irshaad Oozeer and Simon Haykin

162

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10. Architecture of a Telemonitoring System for the Mobility of the Elderly in Wheelchairs Supported by Internet of Things Technologies as a Component of a Smart City

By Nancy Edith Ochoa Guevara, Juan Sanchez Arteta, David Almesiga Riaño, Diego Sarmiento Vargas, Bryan Tunarosa Naranjo, Sandra Patricia Ochoa Guevara and Hector Edmundo Davila

136

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11. Smart Growth and Transit Oriented Development: Financing and Execution Challenges in India

By Alok Kumar Mishra and Shibani Mishra

175

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12. Estimation of the Efficiency Indices for Operating the Vertical Transportation Systems

By Yury K. Belyaev and Asaf H. Hajiyev

137

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13. Passive Safety of Children Carriages on Busses

By Juan Dols, Enrique Alcalá and Luis Martínez

236

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14. T-S Fuzzy Observers to Design Actuator Fault-Tolerant Control for Automotive Vehicle Lateral Dynamics

By Naoufal El Youssfi and Rachid El Bachtiri

284

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