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E-Governance for smart cities / [electronic resource] / edited by T. M. Vinod Kumar.

By: Vinod Kumar, T. M [editor.].
Contributor(s): SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Advances in 21st Century Human Settlements: Publisher: Singapore : Springer, 2015Description: xxi, 390 p. : color illustrations, color maps ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789812872869 (hbk : print); 9789812872876 (eBook) .Subject(s): Geography | Municipal services -- Information technology | Physical geography | Information technology -- Economic aspects | Electronic government information | Sustainable development | Internet in public administration | Landscape/Regional and Urban PlanningAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 363.60285 EGO
Contents:
 E-Governance for Smart Cities -- E-Governance State of the Art Survey: Stuttgart, Germany -- E-Governance and Smart Cities: Cases of Ahmedabad and  Hyderabad -- E- Governance and its role in infrastructure services of UAE, case study- Dubai -- E-Governance for Public Realm: Around Panniyankara Monorail Station, Kozhikode, Kerala -- Smart Systems and Smart Grids for effective governance of electricity supply in India -- E-Governance for Solar Photo Voltaic Powergrid: Solar City Gandhinagar Gujarat, India -- Can Smart City Be an Inclusive City?—Spatial Targeting (SI) and Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) -- M-Governance: Smart Phone Applications for Smarter Cities- Tapping GPS and NFC Technologies -- Participatory E-Budgeting using GIS based Spatial Decision Support System: Kozhikode Municipal  Corporation -- Smart City E-Governance: Issues  and Future.
In: Springer eBooksSpringerLINK ebooks - Earth and Environmental Science (2015)Summary: This book highlights the electronic governance in a smart city through case studies of cities located in many countries. “E-Government” refers to the use by government agencies of information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks, the Internet, and mobile computing) that have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government. These technologies can serve a variety of different ends: better delivery of government services to citizens, improved interactions with business and industry, citizen empowerment through access to information, or more efficient government management. The resulting benefits are less corruption, increased transparency, greater convenience, revenue growth, and/or cost reductions. The book is divided into three parts. • E-Governance State of the Art Studies of many cities • E-Governance Domains Studies • E-Governance Tools and Issues
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 E-Governance for Smart Cities -- E-Governance State of the Art Survey: Stuttgart, Germany -- E-Governance and Smart Cities: Cases of Ahmedabad and  Hyderabad -- E- Governance and its role in infrastructure services of UAE, case study- Dubai -- E-Governance for Public Realm: Around Panniyankara Monorail Station, Kozhikode, Kerala -- Smart Systems and Smart Grids for effective governance of electricity supply in India -- E-Governance for Solar Photo Voltaic Powergrid: Solar City Gandhinagar Gujarat, India -- Can Smart City Be an Inclusive City?—Spatial Targeting (SI) and Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) -- M-Governance: Smart Phone Applications for Smarter Cities- Tapping GPS and NFC Technologies -- Participatory E-Budgeting using GIS based Spatial Decision Support System: Kozhikode Municipal  Corporation -- Smart City E-Governance: Issues  and Future.

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This book highlights the electronic governance in a smart city through case studies of cities located in many countries. “E-Government” refers to the use by government agencies of information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks, the Internet, and mobile computing) that have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government. These technologies can serve a variety of different ends: better delivery of government services to citizens, improved interactions with business and industry, citizen empowerment through access to information, or more efficient government management. The resulting benefits are less corruption, increased transparency, greater convenience, revenue growth, and/or cost reductions. The book is divided into three parts. • E-Governance State of the Art Studies of many cities • E-Governance Domains Studies • E-Governance Tools and Issues

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