Resilience Technologies and Approaches for Smart Cities

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Publish Date: 09 Apr 2019
Code: PT-2251
Research Type: Presentation
Resilience Technologies and Approaches for Smart Cities
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Making cities resilient against a wide range of natural disasters like earthquakes, flooding, and hurricanes but also chronic stresses related to social, economic, or financial crises is fast becoming a key priority for city governments. Many cities have already appointed a Chief Resilience Officer. Others are exploring using technologies like AI for advanced and predictive alert systems, built-in redundancy of energy and service networks for fast recovery, leveraging the sharing economy for mustering resources during emergencies, using drones and robots for inspection, delivery of medicines, people evacuation and many other approaches and solutions. What's at stake is not just loss of human life but also lost economic value two strong incentives for action and investing, both from a political and an ROI perspective.

This report provides an overview of types of vulnerabilities cities are facing and response modes cites can choose from. It includes examples, vendor profiles, use cases, forecasts, and recommendations.  

Table of Contents

  • Resilience: A Major Smart Cities Market Trend
  • Definitions of Smart Cities Resilience
  • Resilience Phases, Activities, and Capabilities
  • Smart, Resilient, and Sustainable Cities
  • Relevance and Benefits
  • City Risk Ranking: Lloyd’s City Risk Index
  • Resilience and Vertical Markets
  • Community Resilience
  • Cyberresilience for Smart Cities
  • Challenges
  • Examples of Resilience Projects and Initiatives
  • Resilience Organizations and Initiatives
  • 100 Resilient Cities (100RC)
  • Resilience Technologies, Solutions, Design Guidelines, and Approaches
    • Modeling and Digital Twins 
    • Redundancy
    • Decentralized Services 
    • Demand-Response Systems 
    • Design for Robustness 
    • Robotics 
  • Case Studies
    • Houston Harvey Data Project, NEC, Japan, Bosch, ZTE
  • Resilience and ROI  
  • Smart City Resilience Spending Forecast 
  • Recommendations 
  • Related Research