סמינר מחלקתי בגאוגרפיה וסביבת האדם: מיפוי וממ"ג כבסיס לעיר חכמה
פרופ' ירון פלוס, המדען הראשי, המרכז למיפוי ישראל
Smart organizations are ones that utilize data and information to optimize their operations. Likewise, smart cities use geographical analysis and maps to operate efficiently. A smart nation is composed of smart cities connecting via smart roads and smart intercity spaces.
We will reviews the different activities of a city (street cleaning, infrastructure maintenance, public safety…) and demonstrate how geographical information technologies can improve these activities and make them more efficient.
Further discussion will identify the role of the government in smart city activities. Small cities and villages often find it hard to acquire and use these technologies. The Survey of Israel, the national mapping agency, is developing geographical tools and methodologies to support these small communities and optimize their operations. This support includes basic spatial data sets, on-line geographical information software and a team of people that assist the community in their operations. This national project, titled the "Circle" will be described along with a plan for the future.
Finally, we will describe the challenge of adapting to exponential technological changes in governments and public organizations.
מרכז הסמינר: פרופ' יצחק אומר