2017 Smart City Symposium Prague (SCSP)

25-26 May 2017

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  • Person identification by smart cameras

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    A smart city has to be a safe city. By recent terroristic attacks at Berlin, Brussel and Bordeaux the feeling of insecurity has been increased by many citizens. There is a call for smart surveillance cameras all over the city. Up to now surveillance cameras were not preferred by citizens because cameras threaten privacy of citizens. But privacy seems to be overruled by security. At this moment the... View full abstract»

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  • Lip-reading by surveillance cameras

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    To increase the safety of citizens a network of surveillance cameras has been installed all over the city. These cameras enable analysis of behavior of people and objects. Aggressive behavior is from nature multimodal. Microphones attached to these cameras are not able to analyze speech in a noisy environments and if the speaker is too far away. Lip-movements of a talking mouth can be recorded and... View full abstract»

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  • Sampling density and frequency as data quality determinants in smart grids

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    The integration of smart devices and sensors together with extensive data processing capabilities into the electrical power grid is a fundamental infrastructure of Smart Grid's environments. Such capabilities introduce major Data Quality challenges: The optimization of electricity production and consumption in such environments relies on collecting and analyzing vast amounts of sensor-based data s... View full abstract»

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  • Hybrid communication solution for C-ITS and its evaluation

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    Smart mobility based on cooperative systems (C-ITS) represents one of the Smart Cities topics. Guaranteed quality of data exchange both between VANET (Vehicular Ad hoc Network) members (V2V) as well as between VANET and Infrastructure (V2I) represents critical condition for suitable functions of the cooperative systems. We proposed hybrid routing protocol for VANET networking based on application ... View full abstract»

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  • Smart charles square: Modeling interconnections of basic building blocks in smart cities

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    One of the basic ideas in the field of smart cities is interconnectivity. Proposed solutions must put together solutions from different fields (sensors, transportation, economy, legislation, energy, IT and many others) and integrate them in order to serve the citizens needs and to ensure sustainability. Additionally this is not done once by buying certain technological tools, but it must be an ong... View full abstract»

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  • Depicting the smarter cities of the future: A systematic literature review & field study

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    Smart Cities have become one of the most interesting research topics for governments, businesses and researchers in the last few years. Being a Smart City implies a competitive edge compared to other cities in terms of economic growth, sustainability, human resources and governance. Therefore, more and more governments pursue this future vision and hop onto the Smart City `Bandwagon'. However, the... View full abstract»

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  • An autonomous taxi service for sustainable urban transportation

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    An autonomous taxi service has been proposed as a sustainable urban transport system for current and future cities. A critical review was conducted to examine whether the proposed technology can alleviate the negative side effects of urban transportation. The study investigated issues related to environmental impact, social sustainability and required infrastructure. A methodology was proposed to ... View full abstract»

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  • Quantifying the effects of public transport priority based on the potential of time savings

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    Priority measures have positive effects for certain aspects of public transport operation. The aim of the article is to describe the potential of time savings and quantify positive effects of public transport priority measures. The main contribution of this article is a comprehensive description of how to assess the time savings potential with a subsequent calculation of its economic value. This m... View full abstract»

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  • Developing a mesoscopic simulation model for examination of freight traffic of shopping malls in Budapest

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    Within the city freight transport the supply of shopping malls is a significant challenge. In Budapest there was no project to treat the logistics of the malls as a system. In the capital of Hungary there are 18 shopping malls, which are big city logistics junctions and now there is no possibility of a consolidated system to supply them. Budapest is the biggest city of Hungary; which area is 525,2... View full abstract»

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  • Data-centric framework for adaptive smart city honeynets

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    A smart city system will contain diverse heterogeneous smart objects. Their complexity will range from simple reduced function devices (RFD) acting as common nodes, to full function devices (FFD) acting as coordinators and controlling actuators. As part of the Internet of Things, web facing devices can be remotely accessed for monitoring, control and data exchange. This makes them vulnerable to cy... View full abstract»

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  • The Indian perspective of smart cities

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    Cities have been the engines of economic growth since the industrial revolution. While effective at catalyzing prosperity, city development has not always been “smart” sacrificing human health, for instance, for greater productivity. Smart cities are now emerging. Leading smart cities such as Stockholm, Barcelona, New York, Vienna, and Toronto have incorporated efficiency into buildi... View full abstract»

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  • Relative importance for crime prevention technologies as part of smart city based on spatial information

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    The orders of priority about the intelligent crime prevention technologies & system based on spatial information(e.g. Positioning System, CCTV Technology, Integrated Management System) are constructed for integrated management in Testbed(Crime-Zero Zone) of Smart City. And the priority of crime prevention technologies related with spatial information is deduced using relative importance by profess... View full abstract»

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  • Cyber security of underground railway system operation

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    Current knowledge and experiences show that underground railway systems make up the important transportation systems in cities, because they provide the main transport services there. It is necessary to pay significant attention to them also in terms of Smart City concept. The present work summarizes the requirements on the metro management system, which also needed to be satisfied in the Smart Ci... View full abstract»

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  • Analysis of the approach of the municipalities to the smart city conception and selected examples of its applications

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    Smart City is presently a widely popular topic that is on the rise and which is used, besides its technological attractiveness, as a tool for political competition. This paper is concerned with the analysis of the political appeal of this topic with respect to economic, time-related, technological and demonstration factors and presents examples of applying this topic in the field of waste manageme... View full abstract»

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  • Model of information system for combined ride-sourcing service

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    Efficiency enhancement for urban mobility is one of the key elements in smart city conceptions. Nowadays, there is significant underutilization of vehicle capacities in the case of individual vehicles, taxis, and vehicles, especially for food or small package delivery services. The motivation of our research is to reveal opportunities for so-called dynamic, combined ride-sourcing service. Passenge... View full abstract»

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  • Employing Bayesian Networks and conditional probability functions for determining dependences in road traffic accidents data

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    As we can all experience in our daily life, the traffic in the cities grows quickly, which, unfortunately, means also that the number of accidents grows, too. We try to find causes of accidents that happen for systematic reasons as we perceive eliminating such systematic errors as one of primary goals of smart cities idea. This paper deals with the accident data analysis using Bayesian Networks an... View full abstract»

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  • Analysis of discrete data from traffic accidents

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    This paper deals with the data analysis of traffic accidents. Traffic accidents can be caused by different reasons, e.g., by watchfulness of a driver, failure of a vehicle, bad structural arrangements, etc. The aim of this paper is to investigate seriousness of incidents in dependence on different circumstances of an accident. Description of these circumstances leads to the use of a high number of... View full abstract»

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  • Ageing population of cities — Implications for circular economy in the Czech Republic

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    Socio-demographic structures of inhabitants of most European towns and cities are facing substantial changes. Populations are ageing, the number of smaller or single person households is increasing and city centers face sinking number of inhabitants. This changes in many cities and regions brings new challenges for implementation of modern smart solutions in many areas including waste management a... View full abstract»

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