The Novel Paradigm Of “economic Driven Smart City” To The Sustainability

Mode Vasuaninchita, Varin Vongmanee, Wanchai Rattanawong


A Smart city (SmC) is a model to improve the urban and quality of life in city with the understanding that a SmC is filled with state-of-the-art technology, whether IOTs or ICT (Technology Driven). Whereas the opposite said, a SmC should be aiming to support people (Human Driven). But in an effort of the 2 concepts, got an important neglected, "what are the people real needs?" Many cities are still facing with the problem as unemployment, poverty and social disparity, that mainly caused by Economic problem. A current SmC model unable to solve this problem. This research purpose the Economic Driven and Economic Factor of a SmC model, to solve and improve this issue, The Economic Factor Analysis by GDP/GPP is developed to analyze the Localization of Economic and modeling the new SmC with the fully integrated dimension, and the direction of government policy, to ensure the SmC to a successful and sustainable.

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