In South Korea the smart city is already becoming reality. With the first project in Songdo and a new governmental project in Busan: an unique platform-based smart city. What can we learn from South Korea’s smart city approach and how can their demand create a new market for businesses worldwide. Join us Thursday 23 April for the 6th Online Get-Together. A special morning edition at 9 AM (CET) with special guest Jong-Sung Hwang, Master Planner of the Smart City of Busan in South Korea.
Participation is free, all you need to do is bring your own drink and snack and you will be good to go. Signup here: https://future-city.nl/online-get-together-23-april/
Busan Eco Delta Smart City
Busan Eco Delta City aims to become an international hub and a waterfront ecological city where the history, nature, and people coexist in harmony and joy. The city has 4 major objectives:
1 – Smart Life for Future – Spatial planning to enable smart living Smart streets connecting the nature, people and technology
2 – Smart Link for Sharing – Environmental benefits of the city shared by everyone 5-minute access to water and green from anywhere in the city
3 – Smart Place for Everyone – Inclusive city for diversity for QOL Cultural Front (culture + waterfront)
4 – Urban Planning for Smart City – Five-innovations cluster to create decent jobs Operational base for the city as a platform View below a short impression of the Busan Eco Delta Smart City.
Jong-Sung Hwang, Master Planner of the Smart City of Busan will illustrate how these key ideas are realized and which challenges they face in the process of designing. In addition we will look at the experiences South Korea has had with COVID-19 and previously with the epidemics MERS and SARS, and how this has led to more digitalisation of the cities.
His talk will be followed by a Q&A session where it will be possible to ask your questions. We look forward to an interactive online event, after which we will raise our glasses together!
How Do You Participate?
Registration is free and simple: Click here to register for the event. You will then receive an email with the link to take part at 9 AM (CET) on Thursday 23 April. Participation is free of charge and the online event will be in English.