SMART CITY focuses on four main topics: energy and environment, infrastructure, ICT and mobility, and quality of life. Published biannually, it serves as a comprehensive platform for researchers and practitioners alike to access latest issues, findings, and best practices in the fields of smart cities. SMART CITY is published by CCR Smart City at Universitas Indonesia.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 (2022) Digital Transformation in the Everyday Urban LifeDigitalization is commonly discussed in today’s social and urban life. Every level of social life, government, services, products, and city planning currently has implemented digitalization: online availability, digital tools for access, compiling, and using data to proceed to meta-analysis. Digitalization affects the transition in society to be based on virtual, intangible vectors using computing techniques and algorithms. This digital transition is on the up in cities meaning more inventions in our daily lives. Cities are using the digital shift as a means to an end. The digital industry has been developed and should continue to be so. The development of smart cities is becoming a key component of transforming cities’ local economic development. The importance of smart cities is more significant than ever because they can eliminate the open data capacity gap and foster an agile approach to managing urban resilience.
TOWARDS PUBLIC VACCINATION DATA RESILIENCE DURING NATURAL DISASTER USING BLOCKCHAIN-BASED DECENTRALIZED APPLICATION
Riri Fitri Sari, Mokhammad Rizqi Herdiawan, Muhammad Hamzah, Muhammad Aljundi, and Jauzak Hussaini Windiatmaja
Forecasted Climate Analysis from 2000 to 2100 Using RCP 4.5 and RCP 8.5 Model Scenario as A Hazard Early-Warning System in Prague City, Czech Republic
Hey Google: Does Environmental Beliefs and Perceived Privacy Risk Influence Potential User’s Intention to Use a Smart Home System in Indonesia?
Adrian Adhe Elian and Imam Salehudin
TRANSFORMATION BASED DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY: THE EFFECTIVITY OF PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTION METHOD
I Kadek Agus Hendriawan Putra, Pande Putu Narisya Ardhaneswari, Ni Wayan Devi Ariasih, and I Komang Krisnata Kanaya