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Future оf City Planning With аl Support



Content of the presentation
things and
Explore how IT
innovation can
help improve
the quality of
life in cities.
Smart cities
We will talk
about the
concept of
smart cities
and the
benefits of
automation and
We summarize
and draw


In this presentation, we will look
at the evolution of urban planning,
the use of technological innovation,
and the demonstration of
sustainable science.


1) Internet things
and measurement-related urban
High-speed wireless connection
It is impossible to imagine a smart city without a communication system
that allows real-time transmission of video, audio, text, and so on. In
addition, without high-speed wireless communication, the city's Internet of
Things (IoT), an essential component of the smart city concept, is impossible
to operate.
The speed of data transmission through 5G channels reaches 25 Gbps this is much faster than the speed of current wireless networks (LTE, LTE
Advanced, etc.). The world's largest cities are already gradually introducing
fifth-generation cellular communications.


The smart city concept envisages robotization not only of parking
systems. We are talking about more complex tasks: repairing road surfaces,
garbage removal and sorting, and cleaning streets without the participation
of people.
In addition, robots can be used to assess the condition of the
infrastructure of cities: water and gas pipelines and power lines. This task
can be accomplished by quadrocopters and other types of drones driven by
artificial intelligence.
Already today, some cities are actively introducing robotic couriers, both
flying and traveling on wheels. One example is Amazon's courier drones,
which are working within the framework of the Air Prime test project. The
drones deliver ordered goods to shoppers by air. The delivery time of the
goods is only 30 minutes.


Autonomous public transportation
Autopilots in vehicles are the most popular topic in recent years. The trend
towards drones is supported by Tesla Inc, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Nikola
Motor and other companies. A smart metropolis of the future cannot be
imagined without driverless public transportation.
There are also projects of flying automatic cabs. Such vehicles
are being developed, in particular, by Uber and Bell Nexus.


Stores without salespeople
There is nothing superfluous in the stores of the future: cash registers,
salespeople and queues. Customers in this store simply take the goods they
need from the shelves and leave. Money is deducted from their accounts
In the next two or three years, Amazon plans to open up to six
thousand such stores. Large corporations such as Microsoft or Walmart do
not want to lag behind Amazon. It is therefore quite possible to expect that in
the near future cashierless stores will become commonplace in large
metropolitan areas.


Artificial intelligence and machine
The operation of most of the systems described above is
impossible without artificial intelligence. Specialized neural
networks will solve (and are already solving) a wide variety of
issues: from distributing medicines for specific hospitals and
pharmacies to controlling lighting and transportation.
AI is going to play a key role in:
Smart transport;
Smart shops;
Medicine – for example, robotic surgeon;
Urban infrastructure (parking lots, lighting, power supply, water supply,
protection of citizens, elimination of accidents and incidents, etc.);
• and also advertising.


2) "Smart cities"
The essence of an ideal smart city can be presented as follows: the key role is
assigned to the operations center, which collects data from all systems in order
to filter, sort and analyze them. The results are then displayed on the city
Among the main qualities inherent in smart cities are:
high focus on the population, business segment, workers and tourists.
excellent handling.
accessibility for residents, readiness for new proposals.
open access to information about the activities of the City's leadership;
protection of personal data;
integration of services and infrastructure;
proactivity in the learning and development of populations.


6 technologies that make cities
1) Data Center
Thanks to the unified database, it will be possible to compare and apply different
information when the need arises. For example, when contacting the emergency
services, the location of a person will be known, and the hospital will be able to
obtain data from the patient's medical records. In the case of a street shooting, the
police will immediately receive a signal and an image of the suspect from
surveillance cameras.
2) Universal City App
A specialized program based on the smart city concept can combine all the
information required by the population. It can be used to call a cab, pay bills, inform
the administration about a pothole on the road, find out where traffic congestion is
currently observed, and find a free parking space.


3) Unmanned vehicles
Technologies from Tesla, Uber and Google are already ready to be used on
the roads. Unmanned cars will be able to read road markings, which will give
them an advantage over manually controlled vehicles. In a smart city, the
transportation system can be built in such a way: unmanned cars will be
assembled into a single network, which will allow for safer routes based on
mutual location.


4) Solar panels
The smart city concept envisages care for the environment, so
almost all projects take into account alternative ways of energy
production. The use of municipal and private solar panels is
considered a rational solution. For example, in Fujisawa, every
house is equipped with such panels.


5) Smart garbage cans
Bigbelly garbage cans are widespread in America.
Their design allows to exclude the spread of unpleasant
odors, rodents can not get inside, and most importantly
- when full, they independently send a message to the
garbage collection companies.


6) Public information
The concept of a smart city implies open access
to data. This includes the possibility of sharing
experience, as well as the readiness to provide the
city residents with the information obtained. The
website of the London City Hall publishes
open data on the transportation system, the state
of the environment and other statistical indicators
that were collected thanks to smart sensors.


Conclusion from the presentation:
1) In the near future, innovations in the IT sphere
will start to have a strong impact on everyday life,
changing it fundamentally, every aspect of human
life will be affected.
2) Each city will strive to create its own Smart
City system, innovating and thus passing critical
milestones on the way to the City of the Future.
3) Society will also change. It is almost
impossible to predict for the worse or for the
better, but we should only prepare for widespread
control of the population and their minds.
4) Neural networks will begin to be used by the
government to reduce mechanical work and
optimize costs in all urban areas. This may be
followed by staff reductions.
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