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Type: Artigo
Title: Integrated system architecture for decision-making and urban planning in smart cities
Author: Pires, Felipe Marques
Mendes, Leonardo de Souza
Quiñonez, Lorena León
Abstract: Research and development of applications for smart cities are extremely relevant considering the various problems that population growth will bring to large urban centers in the next few years. Although research on cyber-physical systems, cloud computing, embedded devices, sensor and actuator networks, and participatory sensing, among other paradigms, is driving the growth of solutions, there are a lot of challenges that need to be addressed. Based on these observations, in this work, we present an integrated system architecture for decision-making support and urban planning by introducing its building blocks (termed components): sensing/actuation, local processing, communication, cloud platform, and application components. In the sensing/actuation component, we present the major relevant resources for data collection, identification devices, and actuators that can be used in smart city solutions. Sensing/actuation component is followed by the local processing component, which is responsible for processing, decision-making support, and control in local scale. The communication component, as the connection element among all these components, is presented with an emphasis on the open-access metropolitan area network and cellular networks. The cloud platform is the essential component for urban planning and integration with electronic governance legacy systems, and finally, the application component, in which the government administrator and users have access to public management tools, citizen services, and other urban planning resources
Subject: Cidades inteligentes
Big data
Planejamento urbano
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Sage
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1177/1550147719867829
Date Issue: Aug-2019
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