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Almost every day we wake up to smarter world than the previous day. Smart living units become the focus of our lives one by one. It is not easy to follow the speed of this smart transformation. But why haven't we moved on to a completely intelligent life-form? When will our binding task between smart objects end? In fact, the answer to this question is simply a digital revolution based on real data that is connected to each using different technology modules to provide the best service to people with different fields, present in the definition of Smart city.
The answer is hidden in new solutions that allow collecting data from different areas using sensors, networks and communications. Of course, the subject will not only collect data, but will be able to analyze this data in the best way and present it in a way that makes our lives easier. The first ones that come to mind are as follows;
- Smart buildings
Systems that follow your comfort and habits for you as if you were with an assistant.
- Intelligent energy systems
Smart grid with smart meters, smart devices, renewable energy and energy efficient solutions,
- Smart payment systems
Integrated municipal e-management, service delivery solution with participating citizen platforms
-Smart Security Systems
Increasing the security of all citizens and strengthening the emergency response system with smart surveillance system
Intelligent health management
Emergency response system and health management system, increasing the knowledge and response capabilities of medical shops, doctors and hospitals - Intelligent waste management, water supply and management with adequate pressure, quality and quantity
- Intelligent traffic management and so on.
Systems that can foresee traffic densities and change flow and direction accordingly
Example are of course not limited to these, but it will take a little more time until these system work together in an integrated way and produce fast, economical and secure solutions, so to speak, the new world order will be as follows
Source: Surveying Group
On January 6, 2020, at the Faculty of Geomatics and Land Administration, the Dean had a meeting with Professor Oh Jae Hong of Korea Maritime University. Attending the meeting were Dr. Tran Thuy Duong - Dean, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Bui Ngoc Quy, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Sang - Vice Dean and other teachers in the department. At the meeting, Professor Oh Jae Hong introduced about Korea Maritime University in general and the Department of Engineering in particular as well as the opportunities to study here for Geodetic and Cadet students.
Assoc.Prof. PhD Tran Xuan Truong - President of Ha Noi University of Mining and Geology Council, Representative alumni of Photogrametry, Course 38
Author: A/Pro.PhD Nguyen Truong Xuan, Science and Technics Publishing House, 2014
Author: A/ Prof. PhD Nguyen Truong Xuan, Publishing house of Science Nature and Tecnology, 2012
Authors: Prof.PhD Truong Anh Kiet, A/Prof.PhD Pham Vong Thanh - Transport Publishing house, 2009
The 30th International Cartographic Conference (ICC 2021) will take place in Florence, Italy, 19–23 July 2021.
The 30th International Cartographic Conference will take place in Florence, Italy, 19–23 July 2021
22-26 April 2019 Hanoi, Vietnam
The FIG Asia Pacific Capcity Development Network (AP CDN) were invited by the President of the United Nations Global Geospatial Information Management for Asia and the Pacific (UN GGIM AP), to participate in its 8th Plenary Meeting held in Canberra – Australia on 3-5 November 2019. This Plenary Meeting was the first meeting convened under the Presidency of Australia, and was organised by the agency Geoscience Australia and also the secretariat, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP), who are presently based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Parrot, the leading European drone group, announced it is partnering with RIIS, a leading provider of mobile app, web development and IT consulting services, to develop custom applications of artificial intelligence for Parrot's popular ANAFI drone platform. Parrot and RIIS are focused on exploring the use of artificial intelligence and computer vision technology, combined with drone data capture, to solve countless industry challenges using an efficient and cost-effective approach.