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Geospatial Technology and Smart Cities

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This book presents fundamental and applied research in developing geospatial modeling solutions to manage the challenges that urban areas are facing today. It aims to connect the academics, researchers, experts, town planners, investors and government officials to exchange ideas. The areas addressed include urban heat island analysis, urban flood vulnerability and risk mapping, green spaces, solar energy, infrastructure management, among others. The book suggests directions for smart city research and outlines practical propositions. As an emerging and critical area of research and development, much research is now being done with regard to cities. At the international level and in India alike, the "smart cities" concept is a vital topic for universities and research centers, and well as for civic bodies, town planners and policymakers. As such, the book offers a valuable resource for a broad readership.



Auteur
Dr. Poonam Sharma is an associate professor in Geography and Director, Centre for Disaster Management Studies,ShaheedBhagat Singh College, University of Delhi. She has an experience of more than two decades of teaching and research. Her research expertise includes urban geography, urban and regional planning, smart city, developmental studies, environmental studies, statistical methods in geography, remote sensing and GIS. She has published work in national and international journals. She has two books to her credit which includes one authored book titled Structure and Growth of Mega Cities: An Inter-Industry Analysis published by Concept Publishers and Sustainable Smart Cities: Challenges and Future perspectives as first editor published by Springer. She has contributed as content writer and recorded video lecture in e-PG pathshala program of University Grant Commission, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. She has also been involved as subject expert for preparation of geography dictionary under Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.  She has completed Research Program jointly with Institute for Studies in Industrial Development on Urbanization and Human Capital Development in Assam sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, Co- Project Director. She has been invited to deliver lectures as subject expert at various institutes and universities. She has organized national, international conferences, faculty developmental programs as convener and co-convener.She has been awardedwith Meritorious Teacher Award 2017-18 by Department of Higher Education, Government of Delhi.

Contenu

Analyzing the role of geospatial technology in smart city development .- Part II: Urban expansion and infrastructure.- The dark side of the earth: Benchmarking lighting access for all cities on Earth and the citynet dataset.- Object-oriented approach for urbanization growth by using remote sensing and Gis techniques: A case study in Hilla city, Babylon Governorate, Iraq.- Designing the streets for smart cities.- An automated approach to facilitate rooftop solar Pv installation in smart cities: Acomparative study between Bhopal, India and Trondheim, Norway.- Analyzing and predicting urban expansion and its effects on surface temperature for two Indian megacities: Bengaluru and Chennai.- Analyzing new frontiers in urban preference and perception research.- Land transformation and future projections of land consumption using high resolution remote sensing data for Allahabad, India.- The meta-analysis of studies on urban sprawl.- Four-dimensional slum urban simulation using hologram interferometry of Envisat satellite.- Geospatial technologies for public health management system.- Utilisation of geo spatial technology to study  the variation in access of  urban health care centres in Kamrup Metro, Assam.- Geo-spatial analysis of health care service centres for smart cities: A study of South East district, Delhi-India.- Usage of transport apps by Indian commuters: An empirical investigation.- Parking maximums and work place levies: Time to adopt new paradigms in India, the case of Kochi.- Assessing to append homeless people to plan smart regions to be more inclusive.- Part II: Urban ecology and disaster management.- Fire and flood vulnerability, and implications for evacuation.- An information and communication technology (ICT) driven disaster management system: A case of fire-fighting in Mumbai.- Selection of suitable site for biomedical waste disposal in Lucknow city, India using remote sensing data, GIS and AHP method.- How does tourism affect urban ecological standards? A geospatial analysis of wetland transformations in the coastal resort town of  Digha, West Bengal, India.- Urban housing in Itanagar: Mountain geomorphology, hazard vulnerability vis-à-vis smart city framework.- Hydrogeological studies of urban-rural interface in the northwest  part of Pune Metropolis, India.- Ground water analytics for measuring quality and quantity.- Status of ground water quality in Bhilwara district of Rajasthan: A geospatial approach.- Green infrastructure as a tool for improving livability of area based development projects under smart city mission.- Evaluating decadal change in green cover of Dehradun city.- Summary and way forward.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Geospatial Technology and Smart Cities
Sous-titre: ICT, Geoscience Modeling, GIS and Remote Sensing
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Code EAN: 9783030719456
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer International Publishing
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 497
Parution: 06.07.2021
Taille de fichier: 21.9 MB

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