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Implementation of Smart City Standards in Indonesia based on SNI ISO 37122 during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Published Date June 2022
Type of Publication Reports
Publication Under Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI), Sub-Committee on Standards and Conformance (SCSC)
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Pages 16
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Increasing urbanization causes urban overpopulation and contributes to various socio-economic problems including congestion, poverty, crime, climate change, and natural disasters. This trend leads to increased demand for energy, water services, and sewage treatment in cities. The smart city concept can be used to achieve improved urban planning management that can face difficult situations in the future. The results of the study show that levels of understanding of smart city standards vary. About 66.67 percent of respondents stated that the city had participated in the assessment and received the title of the smart city. The general benefits of the smart cities program are able to provide better public services to the community. The other results show that 69 data indicators (51.88 percent) are available in the city of Bandung. Yogyakarta has 67 data indicators (50.38 percent), but Jakarta has only 16.03 percent in accordance with SNI ISO 37122:2019.