Challenges and Solutions for Hanoi to Become a Smart City
Urban and Regional Planning
Volume 5, Issue 1, March 2020, Pages: 11-14
Received: Feb. 17, 2020; Accepted: Mar. 2, 2020; Published: Mar. 6, 2020
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Pham Trong Thuat, Architectural Faculty, Hanoi Architectural University, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Abstract
Smart city is a city that contains creativity, using information technology, communication and other means to improve the quality of life, the efficiency of urban activities and services. The Vietnamese government is choosing smart development as the basic concept for Vietnam's urban growth as a way to promote economic development in a smart way to avoid the rapid and polluting industrialization path of a number of cities growing. Hanoi is one of the two mega city of Vietnam, on the rise, with rapid urbanization, capable of applying technology to economic development as well as the living environment. However, the downside of smart technology is information security, personal privacy, information leakage, difficult to overcome the consequences if a system error occurs on a large scale... Therefore, experience from the lesson of smart cities in the world, Hanoi needs to aim at smart cities that “easy to live” than cities using ICT in operation.
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Smart City, ICT, Sustainable Development, Big Data
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Pham Trong Thuat, Challenges and Solutions for Hanoi to Become a Smart City, Urban and Regional Planning. Vol. 5, No. 1, 2020, pp. 11-14. doi: 10.11648/j.urp.20200501.12
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