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Course Overview

There are more than 500 smart cities in the world and billions of dollars are spent on IoT, related technologies. Some role models are Barcelona, Singapore & Dubai

United Nations has seventeen sustainable development goals and the rapid pace of urbanization is logically driving our policy framework towards making our cities smarter to prepare our selves for 2030 living.

By 2050, with over 9 billion people, food, agriculture, distribution systems, critical indices of the health of a nation depend on how well people of its towns and villages or urban environs are living with high quality of standards of well being

This Smart Cities Course will empower you with the consciousness of knowing the importance of livability, affordable housing, public transportation services and associated products, as well as how to go about planning and carrying out the deployment activities such as building a command and control centre.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course successfully, participants will be able to:

  • Describe International Perspectives of why the world is increasingly becoming more focused on smart living, smart cities, smart urban facilities for sustainable future.
  • Design logistic, material, resources to implement solutions where necessary
  • Provide Scientific and technological insights on new research directions and contemporary trend in SMART CITY realms
  • Make the participants confident in planning, scheduling and managing the enterprises pertaining to Smart Cities related business value creation and supply chain
  • Make necessary procedures, best practices lists, checklists to help attendees take away great insights on the subject matter and enriching knowledge, skills and appropriate behaviour suitable for the conduct of develop, deploy and operate the smart cities related devices, tools and techniques
  • Help attendees work in a team playing diverse roles so as to hone 360-degree view of the entire ecosystem and pre-view to what is expected of them post-training apriori
  • Give the students a bundle of case studies and use cases from across the globe written by big consulting firms and published results in an easy to grasp manner
  • Inspire attendees to communicate to the team on their mission, vision on smart cities
  • Point right resources for further work and future endeavours and motivations
  • Bridge skills gap or knowledge or content as per the context of the situation
  • Work with attendees sub-team or committees in assisting the taught in growth
  • Health or safety practices while doing the smart city activities to ensure personnel protection, and plant health as well
  • Give an overall assessment of specific milestones and road maps to accomplish smart city strategies of their individual organizations

Training Methodology

This is an interactive training program and will consist of the following training approaches:

  • Lectures
  • Seminars & Presentations
  • Group Discussions
  • Assignments
  • Case Studies & Functional Exercises

Just like all our courses, this program also follows the ‘Do-Review-Learn-Apply’ model.

Organisational Benefits

Companies who send in their employees to participate in this course can benefit in the following ways:

  • Retain workforce: sustain employees who may be considering leaving their jobs for a full-time qualification
  • Less downtime from work: flexible training methods requiring less (or no) time away from work
  • Increase competence: develop your technical employees’ skills and knowledge
  • Lower training costs: the training will be conducted at our own site
  • Broader insight and subject-matter experts: participants will have access to professional instructors and peers to discuss work-related problems

Personal Benefits

Professionals who participate in this course can benefit in the following ways:

  • In-depth course material: deep dive into the technical details of smart cities, what is a smart city? and related infra and master the areas covered in the course
  • Case studies: gain practical knowledge that will give you an edge in your workplace
  • Professional development: completing this course successfully will give you more confidence in the maintenance of smart sensors, IoT and smart data, and thereby, you will invariably have a competitive advantage over your peers
  • Cost-effective: you can obtain a professional qualification at a competitive cost if you sign up for this course with Zoe
  • Interactive lessons: interactive sessions let you connect with your instructor and peers to learn from real-world examples that will build your skillset and can be applied in your respective role as well

Who Should Attend?

  • This course is ideal for those who want to study the significant characteristics of smart cities and smart urban living standards evolving.
  • The program will especially be useful to engineers, supervisors and other technical individuals who require a thorough understanding of Smart City Informatics and allied market appliances design, setup, inspection, testing, maintenance and overhaul.
  • Members of various industries including Energy and utility, Ministry of Power, etc. and even those across geographic locations are encouraged to take advantage of this extremely beneficial and valuable course.
  • Any professional who interacts with urban planning officials can take this smart city course, in any manner will benefit from this course.

Outline

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO Smart City

  • Fundamentals of A SUSTAINABLE CITY INFRASTRUCTURE
  • Current Share of SMART CITIES in the world economy
  • Various stakeholders in SMART CITIES systems of creating wealth through value creation based on expertise and experience of nation-building from a technological perspective
  • Perspectives on the impact of SMART TECHNOLOGIES FOR MODERN CITIES on insurance, crime detection, emergency response, first responders’ effectiveness
  • Specific details of Smart Cities with five to fifteen years IMPACT on Economy
  • Specifics for Smart Dwelling, our city landscapes
  • Specifics for Energy Sectors including Tidal, geothermal, wind, solar
  • Smart mobility requirements
  • Smart City use cases of G.I.S in mobility, Transportation

 

MODULE 2: APPLICATION OF IoT Technologies for Smart Cities

  • Smart City Features & Analysis
  • Smart City Candidature Selection
  • Land Use Planning/Environmental Impact
  • Public Works
  • Emergency Response
  • Legal Records
  • Updating road maps
  • Wetland delineation
  • Crop health analysis
  • Precision agriculture
  • Smart Cities Philosophy
  • Habitat analysis
  • Environmental assessment
  • Lake monitoring
  • Land use-Land cover monitoring

MODULE 3: MATURITY and Impact Due to Smart Cities Evolutions

  • Predictive Analytics with the use of AI,ML on Big Data of Smart City
  • Ensure Effective Green Cover for making city a breathing place full of life
  • Foresee crisis like situations of Cape Town Water Scarcity and make proactive water conservation measures including rainwater harvesting
  • Empowering citizen giving the right set of skills and tools wherewithal to cope up with new world dynamics that is demanding in terms of new perspectives and attitudes
  • By leveraging advanced techniques of AR,VR for educating people with digital multimedia broadband and communications, mobile technologies
  • Aligning various developmental activities of the city including area-based development with smart technologies penetration abinitio
  • Political Will and Government Machinery of perpetuating all missions of smart city
  • World Economic Forum, World Bank, IMF and all financial mechanisms at synergistic play in smart city rollouts
  • Making Sure the poor do not remain poorer and help move people out of the poverty line with various avenues to be created for greater means to earn income albeit not routine regular employments but enterprise that rewards vocational skills and part-time work and co-working culture

MODULE 4: Smart City Facets

  • Policy-based on aspirations and dreams of people, bottom-up approach than traditional top-down
  • Stakeholder management to involve people at every key decision making step
  • Entertainment, sports and amenities for public
  • Traffic volume measures to ensure smart vehicular movement, including eta & autonomous vehicles
  • Disaster preparedness from hurricanes, tsunami’s, earthquakes
  • Ert and first responders network to prevent any man-made disaster
  • Smart mediation amongst public health care centres, govt hospitals by use of wearables, personal health monitoring devices
  • Smart Public Distribution, Govt Aid with digital payments, wallets for smart city
  • Long Term Livelihood and sense of hope for the future by giving avenues for people

MODULE 5: Smart Intelligent Transportation

  • Augmenting Cars with Drones, Flying Cars
  • Supply of Life Support Organs/Blood by Drones
  • Supply Chain, Logistics, Sky Port Driven Mesh for Drone
  • Connected Cars, OneM2M, V2X, V2I, V2V and Electric Vehicles

MODULE 6: SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES

  • AI-driven processing of video insights for decision support of city leadership
  • Access to data of command and control centre based on role-based control
  • Cyber Security and making WLAN well protected for social good

MODULE 7: Smart Cities in Growth Mode

  • Learn how People play key role defining the key objectives of the smart city
  • PPP models or BOOT models of investments and how world bank etc also step in
  • Smart Data Sharing for World Wide Effective Use Cases
  • GDPR, Privacy, Safety and Security PRECAUTIONS
  • Use of Blockchain in implementing some of the solutions based on global proven practices, e-gov, trust, transparency, consensus, e-vote, smart e-bio toilets
  • International participation in deploying best practices

MODULE 8: smart cities THEORY

  • People, demographics, socio-economic, or levels of education, language, other barriers
  • Data for normalizing certain city excesses for fair play in new services to make them affordable by govt policy framework which is broad-based on societal needs
  • Environmental measures to prevent energy efficient
  • Safety and Security of People & habitat – smart roads, smart city nerve centre SCCCC[Smart City Command and Control Centre]

MODULE 9: Smart WASTE Management

  • Solid waste to energy
  • Waste Water Recycling
  • ON THE GROUND SITUATIONS SUCH AS potholes or poor drains in certain cities

MODULE 10: Smart Utilities –Smart Electricity, Smart Water for Drinking

  • Smart Electricity Grid, Smart Metering for Water, Electricity
  • Microgrid for solar power, and sharing arrangements with main grid
  • Use of IoT Sensors for water conservation and use of motors with level detection automation

MODULE 11: Smart Street lights, Air Quality Monitoring , CCTV

  • Getting all correct POLICE FEEDS, CCTV, how some of the Video footages are helpful
  • Monitoring Polluting Vehicles, Best Practices  to minimize vehicle halt times at Tolls, Conduct Emission Tests at High ways ideally on toll halts where it could be enforced for quality assessment of vehicle exhausts
Note
Customized Schedule is available for all courses irrespective of dates on the Calendar. Please get in touch with us for details.
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