Int e lligent Cities: developing new methods of public service management and delivery. Richard Kingston Planning & Landscape School of Environment & Development 18 th July 2006. Outline. Introduction to Int e lCities project An e-City vision
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Intelligent Cities:developing new methods of public service management and delivery
Planning & Landscape
School of Environment & Development
18th July 2006
Application of electronic means in the interaction between government and citizens and government and businesses, as well as in internal government operations to simplify and improve democratic, government and business aspects of Governance
M. Backus (2001)
Governmentpoliticians, public services officers
Citizensfamily, old people, disabled people etc.
transport service, etc.
Friends of the Earth, Human rights etc.
e-City Vision for
enables INTEGRATED INFORMATION PROCESSING
City Management Services Set
Stats & trends
City Planning Services Set
- Naming- Security- Transaction
Set Top Box
HFC to Internet
GSM to Internet
CitizensFamily, old people, disabled people, students, etc.
Private organisationsBusiness companies, professionals, urban planners, etc.
Public organisationsPoliticians, civil servants, public services, etc.
GIS is the enabling technology
fax / e-mail / internal mail
e-CP routes query to relevant service
logs report in db for regular policy analysis / support