Application of Smart City Concepts to a Township Project
Vibhute Anuja S., Patil Swapnil S., Mali Anuja C., Patil Prerana V., Mulani Arif S., Sonawane Pratiraj S., Mane Bajirao V.
smart city, IoT applications, smart city technologies, waste treatment.
Our urban communities need "knowledge" to become Smart Cities, particularly, as the greater piece of the total populace will live in urban communities by 2050. However, how does this insight occur? There are numerous issues a Smart City needs to manage in regard to its digitalization. There is a requirement for the estimations of viewpoints, for example, city construction and administration, correspondence, portability and traffic, transport and co-ordinations, energy and asset foundation, water, wellbeing, climate and environment, security and schooling. The project reflects on the challenges for urban planning posed by the emergence of smart cities in network societies. In particular it reflects on reductionist tendencies in existing smart city planning. Rapid urbanization of Pune and nearby city area creates complex pressure on infrastructure systems and services as well as citizens and the environment, triggering the need for innovative, sustainable solutions to urban development challenges. Introducing the concept of smart city and the challenges faced due to lack of infrastructure and basic amenities. In this project we have selected the area near Hadapasar, which is reserved as ITP development area by PMC, PUNE. We have selected total 300 acres of land nearby the Ram Hill Industrial area to develop our township project. Data is collected for selected site based on some criteria like development of site and nearby area in past 10 years, population growth in past 30 years, industrial growth, transportation facilities available, natural resources available, case study is done for township projects in Pune & nearby area. The collected data is studied and analysed for the development of the project. Selected site area is mainly distributed in three parts like residential area, commercial area and green zones. In residential area zoning is done according to Bye-Laws as HIG, MIG & EWS. In commercial area the zoning is done as SEZ & common commercial area. And also the planning for public facilities like water distribution system, electricity supply system, sewage system is done. Application of smart city concepts is done in planning & in 3D modeling of the city which is made up with the help of Google Sketch-Up
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 12

Page(s): 598 - 606
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