The need for smart cities to solve urban problems

The need for smart cities to solve urban problems


 

Dr. Anoushirvan Mohseni Bandpei, Governor of Tehran at the 16th International Conference on Industrial Engineering, said: "Today, urban problems such as pollution, traffic, environmental problems make it more necessary to adopt appropriate and expert measures to smarten metropolises."
"The first thing that needs to be done here is the growth of the urban population," he said. In fact, today's population growth in cities has created many problems in various fields that cannot be solved by traditional methods.
 
Dr. Mohseni Bandpi described the second perspective of urban metropolitan environmental issues and continued: "Today, environmental issues are an issue we see all over the world. One reason for this is energy and fossil energy consumption, and consequently, the entry of pollutants into the environment.
He also said that there is a third need for population change in the country.
The Governor of Tehran emphasized the necessity of smart cities according to the needs of the country, stating: In this regard, Internet of Things will reduce energy consumption and its risks to the environment. In addition, streamlining traffic and providing emergency services will be another important step in making cities smarter.
 
In another part of his remarks, the governor of Tehran stated: In the province of Tehran, two key areas such as communication and information, competitiveness and smart city are on the agenda. Administrative decentralization of the city of Tehran, e-government, reduction of air pollution, environmental protection, support of startups and private companies active through wide range of communication structures
Infrastructure for the smart city is one of the key pillars for achieving the goals in this area, and we hope to move further with the collaboration of various departments to make the city smarter and reduce community problems.
 
* Development of innovation platforms and the use of startups for courier service in the Ministry of Energy
 
Following on from the conference, Dr Mohammad Saleh Oulia, deputy director of research and human resources at the Ministry of Energy in relation to the early experiences of the digital transformation of the Ministry of Energy, said: "One of the steps taken has been to develop innovative platforms and use startups for pickups."
He pointed to the features of digital transformation plans: high data, advanced analytics, optimization algorithms, significant performance improvements, the need for system integration, stakeholder engagement, the use of required technologies, sensors, communication networks and analytics software including features These are the designs.
Dr. Saleh Ulia pointed to the role of industrial engineering in digital transformation and said: This field is very effective in process monitoring, data analysis, simulation and modeling, optimization, of course, but today's issues with classical engineering issues in terms of big data use should be considered.
Dr. Seif Barghi, also provided information on industrialization and digitization engineering, the dimensions and technologies of digitization, and general trends in industrial engineering.
In another part of the conference, Dr. Purseyed Aghaei, a member of the university's faculty, also discussed topics in the area of ​​digital transformation in municipal transportation.
 
This conference held at Alzahra University on 22 and 23 January 2019.
 
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