Bandung city takes on a serious move regarding the Smart City movement by raising the budget for the smart city programme four times higher, from US$ 1.8 Million to US$ 7.3 Million, as said by Ridwan Kamil, Mayor of Bandung City Indonesia.
The budget will be allocated to build city infrastructure. The Bandung government has already launched a command centre this year which functions to collect and analyse data from public social media, CCTV and the city’s emergency alerts system.
In order for the Indonesia’s Smart City to be realized, ITB campus has collaborated with an innovative information technology company created from a range of Smart System Platform (SSP). Other innovations are currently on progress by the ITB researchers for Smart Energy, Smart Tourism, Smart School and Smart Health.
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