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Syllabus 2019-20 - 78612004 - Smart City and Smart Territory (Ciudades inteligentes y territorios inteligentes)

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DEGREE: Máster Univ. en Ingeniería geomática y geoinformación
FACULTY: Centre for Postgraduate Studies of the University of Jaen

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Smart City and Smart Territory
CODE: 78612004 ACADEMIC YEAR: 2019-20
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
ECTS CREDITS: 4.0 YEAR: 1 SEMESTER: PC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: FERNÁNDEZ DEL CASTILLO, TOMÁS MANUEL
DEPARTMENT: U119 - INGENIERÍA CARTOGR. GEODESICA Y FOTOGRAM
FIELD OF STUDY: 505 - INGENIERÍA CARTOGRÁFICA, GEODÉSICA Y FOTOGRAMETRÍA
OFFICE NO.: A3 - 317 E-MAIL: tfernan@ujaen.es P: 953212843
WEBSITE: http://coello.ujaen.es
LANGUAGE: - LEVEL: 1
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

1. Concept of Smart City concept.

Introduction. Historical summary. Cities today. Concept of Smart City. Smart city models. Smart city networks.

2. Elements and variables of the smart city

Introduction. Variables: human and social capital; quality of life; economy; governance; mobility; environment and energy. Other elements: technologies in the smart city; services and businesses. Strategies for the implementation of a smart city.

3 . Intelligent territory. Bases for the monitoring and management of the territory through geomatics techniques.

Concept of Smart territory. Examples of smart territories: regions, municipalities, parks. Territorial diagnosis. Planning and management tools. Services and products.

4. Geographic Information in Smart Cities and Territories.

Properties of the information. Systems for the capture of information in urban environments. Systems for the capture of information in rural environments.

5. Connected sensors.

Definition of connected sensor. Typology of sensors. Classification and requirements. Main architectures and networks. Connection of sensors. Applications, management and maintenance of sensor networks.

6. Digital transformation. Internet of Everything (IoE).

Evolution of the Internet. Internet of Everything (IoE). Connection of people, processes, data and objects. Technology as a facilitating agent in the improvement of management. Security and management. Cloud city operation center.

7. Big Data and Open Data.

Typology of the data. Importance of data and information. Open Data. Interoperability, applications and services. Big Data in the environment of Smart Cities and Territories. Machine Learning and Deep Learning in the environment of Smart Cities and Territories.

8. Business opportunities. Applications and Concepts

Standardization initiatives. Success cases.

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

The theory classes will include keynote expositions of the theoretical concepts of the subject and examples, in a participative environment with expositions of the students and discussions of aspects of interest.

The practical classes will include the preparation, presentation and discussion of a proposal for the intelligent management of a space or territory, with the use of geomatics tools for the capture and analysis of geospatial information.

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

With the theory exam, the competences CB7, CB8, CG1IGEO, CG2IGEO, CT1, CT2, CT5, E09MIGEO are evaluated.

Results: RB7a, RB8, RG1IGEO, RG2IGEO, RT1, RT2, RT5, RE09MIGEO.

With the accomplishment of practices, the competences CB7, CB8, CG1IGEO, CG2IGEO, CT1, CT2, CT4, CT5E01MIGEO, E07MIGEO, E09MIGEO are evaluated.

Results: RB7a, RB7b, RB7c, RB8, RG1IGEO, RG2IGEO, RT1, RT2, RT4, RT5, RE01MIGEO, RE07MIGEO, RE09MIGEO.

With the attendance and participation, the competences CB8, CG1IGEO, CT4, CT5, E09MIGEO are evaluated.

Results: RB8, RG1IGEO, RT4, RT5, RE09MIGEO.

To pass the subject will be necessary to pass the theory exam and the practical work of the subject, independently.

The final score of the subject will be calculated taking into account the weighting of each of the parts (theory and practices).

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Geographic Information System for Smart Cities. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: New Delhi : Copal, cop. 2013  (Library)
  • Beyond smart cities : how cities network, learn and innovate. Edition: -. Author: Campbell, Tim, 1943-. Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Earthscan, 2012  (Library)
  • Geographic knowledge infrastructure : applications to territorial intelligence and smart cities. Edition: -. Author: Laurini, Robert. Publisher: London : ISTE Press Ltd ; Kidlington, Oxford : Elsevier Ltd, 2017  (Library)
ADDITIONAL BOOKLIST:
  • Smart cities : big data, civic hackers, and the quest for a new utopia. Edition: 1st ed.. Author: Townsend, Anthony M., 1973-. Publisher: New York, NY : W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., [2013]  (Library)
  • Cities for smart environmental and energy futures : impacts on architecture and technology. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: New York : Springer, 2014  (Library)
  • Sustainable Smart Cities [Recurso electrónico] : Creating Spaces for Technological, Social and Busin. Edition: -. Author: -. Publisher: Switzerland : Springer, [2017]  (Library)
  • The Responsive City: Engaging Communities Through Data-Smart Governance [Recurso electrónico]. Edition: 1st edition. Author: Goldsmith, Stephen, author. Publisher: -  (Library)
  • Smart Cities, Smarter Citizens [Recurso electrónico]. Edition: 1st edition. Author: Barlow, Mike, author. Publisher: -  (Library)