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Making Hobart a smart place: a healthy, just and ecological approach to smart cities

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Roehrer, E and Kendal, D and Elliott, C and Pharo, E and Springer, M and Schofield, L and Scanlan, JD and Cleland, V and McArthur, M and Parker, K and Abell, J and Hannemann, A and Hopwood, E and Harvey, B and Paterson, A and Dickenson, G and Rogers, N and Russell, S and Bailey, G and Booth, N and Bush, J and de Gryse, J, Making Hobart a smart place: a healthy, just and ecological approach to smart cities, Workshop held at the Education Pod, Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, University of Tasmania, Hobart (2018) [Report Other]


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Abstract

Hobart is embarking on a journey to becoming a ‘smart city’, a global phenomenon where cities are using networks of sensors to provide better services to citizens. From Dublin to Barcelona, Singapore to Bogota, smart cities have better connected public transport, more efficient waste collection, and more open and transparent data services. However, smart cities have also been criticised for 1) being ‘placeless’ as the same suite of technologies and services are adopted in cities around the globe; 2) reinforcing inequities as marginalised people are further disadvantaged and disempowered by the adoption of technologies aimed at the wealthy and educated; and 3) further disconnecting the community from nature experiences.

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Item Type:Report Other
Keywords:smart cities
Research Division:Built Environment and Design
Research Group:Urban and Regional Planning
Research Field:Land Use and Environmental Planning
Objective Division:Environment
Objective Group:Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
Objective Field:Urban and Industrial Flora, Fauna and Biodiversity
UTAS Author:Roehrer, E (Dr Erin Roehrer)
UTAS Author:Kendal, D (Dr Dave Kendal)
UTAS Author:Elliott, C (Dr Catherine Elliott)
UTAS Author:Pharo, E (Dr Emma Pharo)
UTAS Author:Springer, M (Dr Matthew Springer)
UTAS Author:Schofield, L (Ms Lydia Schofield)
UTAS Author:Scanlan, JD (Dr Joel Scanlan)
UTAS Author:Cleland, V (Associate Professor Verity Cleland)
ID Code:136110
Year Published:2018
Deposited By:Zoology
Deposited On:2019-12-02
Last Modified:2019-12-12
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