Sustainability & resilience – a SMART approach
1. Aspects of sustainability/resilience: SMART outcomes
Social – improvements in formation & retention of social connections
Environmental – increases in renewable energy production and reductions in energy demand
Economic – increases in land value creation
Health – improvements in public health outcomes
Education – improvements in achievements/qualifications
Safety – reductions in offending & reoffending.
Urban carbon footprint is made up of:
1. Building carbon.
2. Transport carbon.
Urban carbon reduction can be achieved by:
1. Building carbon reduction – intelligent building services: heating/cooling, lighting.
2. Transport carbon reduction – walking, cycling, public transport & less private vehicle use.
2. Process specification: SMART inputs
1. Integrated Urban Modelling of existing building performance and transport performance.
2. Predictive Urban Modelling of expected development impacts.
3. Asset requirements for SMART approach
1. Pervasive data sensing
2. Data mapping – centrally coordinated & then distributed eg open platform distribution
3. Data analysis – undertaken by city, academia & industry then shared
4. Planning & design response – use of data to create development proposals
5. Development proposal testing – using the Integrated Urban Model.