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No. 17 (2021.05.31.)

Smart City Issue

2021 P4G Seoul Green Future Summit held

2021.05.30. ~ 05.31.

Photo Source: Blue House
  The 2021 P4G Seoul Summit will be held in Seoul for two days from May 2021 to 30, 31. P4G Seoul Summit In accordance with the Paris Agreement adopted in 2015, this is the first multilateral summit in the environment field to be held in Korea in 2030, the first year the international community begins to take action to achieve the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2021. 
 In particular, at 31 pm on the 4stCities dream of a green future through partnershipsThe city session is organized under the theme of '. The session will be broadcast live on the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport YouTube channel.
- 일시 : 2021.5.31() 16:00~18:30, Youtube
- subject : Partnership for Smart and Resilient Green Cities (City dreams of a green future through partnership)
- Main Content : For a clean city e-Introduction of mobility, Use of eco-friendly buildings, for underdeveloped countries e-Mobility and energy zero building business model, etc.
- Host and Organizer : Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport and Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement (KAIA)
Smart City Special

Autonomous driving·Robot courier to my life...4Milestones to the Second Industrial Revolution

2021.05.25. / Korea's policy weekly <Empathy>
 
 Smart City National pilot smart city is a future city model that integrates the 4th industrial revolution technology from the first construction and fully implements it as a smart city. In January 2018, the government designated the Sejong 5-1 Living Zone and Busan Eco Delta City as national pilot smart cities. 
 
Sejong National pilot smart city  Restrictions on entry of private vehicles… Mobility Innovation Experiment 
 The first town we will meet before the first move-in, which is expected at the end of 2023, is a miniature version of the National Pilot Smart City, which will contain a Creative Innovation Center, a PR center, and a complex community. Focusing on the 7 innovation elements of Sejong National Pilot Smart City, such as means of transportation (mobility), healthcare, education, and energy, you can directly experience smart innovation services such as autonomous driving, robot delivery, and artificial intelligence (AI)-based housing service and experience various technologies It is an innovation space that can demonstrate
 The use of private vehicles is restricted in an area of ​​about 60 m16 (17 to 1 pyeong) of the National Pilot Smart City in order to overcome the harmful effects of the vehicle-oriented city structure and restore pedestrian-oriented city values. Instead, a shared car-based zone will be introduced to operate personal mobility devices (PM/electric-powered single-person transportation) and self-driving shuttles. Two express bus stops outside the area will be installed to connect them. The shared car-based zone is a representative example of a smart city that minimizes inconvenience to citizens with future technology. 

Busan National pilot smart city  December First move-in
 The 'Busan Eco Delta Smart Village', the first occupancy complex of the National Pilot Smart City to move in in December of 2021, has even selected tenants at the end of 2020. Smart Village is a living lab (laboratory researching in a space where citizens actually live)-type demonstration complex, designed to supplement technology and spread the proven technology throughout the National Pilot Smart City after directly experiencing the service. Tenants have no deposit and no rent for the 5 years of the Living Lab operation period, and only have to pay the monthly management fee. Instead, they plan to verify various technologies to be applied to smart cities, such as participation in living lab operation training, feedback on verification services, and provision of personal information.
[Source] Korea Policy Briefing (www.korea.kr)

Artificial intelligence that resembles the human brain, the future generation that Professor Jae-seung Jung talks about, what if he designs a smart city?

2021.05.21. / Government of the Republic of Korea
 
 To Professor Jae-Seung Jung of the Department of Bio and Brain Engineering at KAIST Currently, artificial intelligence development technology We asked about the smart city that future generations need.

Smart City Policy Project
Smart city becomes safer and smarter with authentication
December 2021.05.06, XNUMX / MOLIT
 From August, smart cities with innovative, institutional environment, service technology and infrastructure will receive 'smart city certification' from the government. It is expected that the level of domestic smart cities will be further improved by certifying excellent smart cities. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport announced that it will start the '2021 Smart City Certification Competition' to certify Korea's representative “smart city” at the government level. The smart city certification system is a system that identifies the level of domestic smart cities through smart city performance indicators and grants 'certification' and 'grade' to compare between cities. It is actively used for smart city performance evaluation, discovery of excellent cities, and public relations. will be
 < Smart city indicator (large category) >
❶(Innovation) Evaluate public, private, and civic capabilities and capabilities and environment for smart city promotion such as information disclosure and data utilization/connection
❷(Governance and institutional environment) Areas where various stakeholders are making horizontal problem-solving and policy-making through active participation (applying governance elements to smart city promotion system, institutional base, and network configuration)
❸(Service technology and infrastructure) Smart city infrastructure elements (intelligent facilities and services, information and communication networks, urban integrated operation center, etc.), where service technology is applied appropriately to the conditions of each local government
 Smart city certification is planned to be given to local governments whose innovation is high according to smart city indicators, well equipped with governance and institutional environment, and smart service technologies are well applied to local conditions. Smart city certification targets are evaluated by categorizing the types into large cities with a population of 50 or more and small and medium-sized cities with a population of 50 or less, taking into account the size of the local government. At the end of June (6.28~30), a proposal from the local government is received and evaluated, and a city for certification is scheduled to be selected among August. Each local government is evaluated as a 5th grade, and certification is given up to grades 1 to 3, and the grades of the certified local governments are disclosed, and the MOLIT minister's citation and award of copper plates give an opportunity to promote it as an excellent smart city at home and abroad.

Smart City Policy Trend

MOLIT promotes the creation of a'digital logistics demonstration complex' utilizing smart logistics technology

December 2021.05.19, XNUMX / MOLIT

 The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport selected a total of 2021 cases, including 4 cases of logistics service demonstration support projects and 2 cases of supporting the creation of a logistics pilot city as the '6 Digital Logistics Demonstration Complex Creation Support Project'. This project was conducted for the first time this year to solve urban logistics problems such as traffic congestion and safety accidents through the implementation of a digital logistics system. After recruiting participating organizations through public offerings for local governments and public institutions, an evaluation composed of experts After a review by the committee, the target audience was selected. 'Logistics Service Demonstration Support' is a project to demonstrate new logistics services in existing cities using smart logistics technologies such as robots and drones, and 'Logistics Demonstration City Support' is a logistics plan targeting new cities such as logistics facilities and logistics networks. project to support the establishment. The selected local governments and public institutions will receive government funding of 5 to 20 billion won each, taking into consideration the size and characteristics, to prepare a logistics plan for the target area and promote service demonstration.

MOLIT expands and builds'Smart Signal Operation System' nationwide

 December 2021.05.03, XNUMX / MOLIT

 

 The government plans to promote the 'smart signal operation system' construction project in earnest from May to create a safe and efficient traffic environment in major national roads and urban areas across the country and complete it by the second half of this year. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport announced that it will start a project to expand the 'smart signal operation system', which has a great effect on improving traffic at intersections and reducing accidents, to major national roads and cities across the country from May. The smart signal operation system optimizes the real-time signal control according to the traffic volume to minimize congestion to facilitate the flow of vehicles, or to give priority signals to emergency vehicles such as fire trucks. system'. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport promoted and operated 2020 responsive signaling systems ('509∼), emergency vehicle priority signaling systems 15 ('44∼), and 18 smart intersections ('746∼) by 18. As a result of analyzing the results, it was found that there are visible effects in improving traffic communication and reducing signal violations.

Jeju Island completes preparation for the main business of Smart City Challenge

2021.05.11. / Jeju Island

 Jeju Special Self-Governing Province has finished selecting additional operators for the successful implementation of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport'Smart City Challenge Main Project' selected on March 18th. The Jeju Smart City Challenge main project aims to build a citizen-led'e-3DA' future living city under the detailed tasks of increasing the utility of green mobility based on smart hubs, building a smart energy community based on new and renewable energy, and building a smart safety net. In this year's main project, following the Smart City Challenge preliminary project last year, Jeju Island received a business plan and proceeded with the evaluation process as the service was upgraded, and selected companies to perform additional service models according to the advancement. Jeju Island plans to hold a kick-off meeting in May with 19 participating companies gathered to prepare a systematic business plan prior to full-scale business promotion.

Incheon City to improve the perfection of 'Smart City Living Lab'

 2021.05.02. / Incheon City
 In order to promote the operation of the '2021 Civic Participation Incheon Smart City Living Lab' and promote the understanding of regional innovation through resident participation, Incheon Metropolitan City is living with the'Self-Resolution Team*' in Dong-gu, Yeonsu-gu, and Michuhol-gu He announced that he had held a pre-lab briefing session.
* The'Self-Solution Group' is an executive organization composed of various stakeholders such as residents, local governments, researchers, and technology experts to discover local issues through participation and collaboration, and to derive solutions using science and technology. 
 In order to build a specialized smart city and discover smart city services, the city designed a smart and wise children's life platform in Dong-gu last March, designing a delivery disposable device reduction and replacement system using Michuhol-gu ICT, and designing an unmanned control system for parking areas exclusively for the disabled in Yeonsu-gu. Each task has been selected, and each distinction is planned to be carried out by a self-solving group as the subject.
Smart City News
「2021 Smart Campus Challenge Project」 Idea Contest

 -Eligibility: 1 university (graduate) student as the team leader and up to 7 members, including professors, citizens, middle and high school students, and corporate executives, form a team (TEAM) to apply.
 – Contents of support: Support for demonstration costs and incentives for smart city ideas for university (graduate) students that incorporate information and communication technology (ICT) to solve civic tangible urban problems such as society, welfare, and safety
 – Competition period: '21. 4. 30. (Fri) 〜 7. 30 (Fri), 90 days
 – Application period: '21. 7. 29. (Thu) 〜 7. 30. (Fri) 17:00
Smart City Literature

Ways to revitalize smart city exchange and cooperation between Korea and Vietnam

Kim Ik-hoe, Jaeyong Lee
National Territorial Research Institute Letter My803 pp.1-6 (2021.02.)

A study on organizational management methods for sustainable smart city operation

Kim Min-young, Kim Jun-hyeong, Lee Sa-bin, Yeom Ji-seon
Journal of the Korean Organizational Society vol.17, no.4, pp.65-97 (2021)

Analysis and Implications of Smart Nation in Singapore: Focusing on Actionable Means of Smart City Initiative

Myunghee Kim 
Journal of Convergence Information of the Small and Medium Business Convergence Society vol.11, no.1, pp.1-11 (2021) 
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