DESIGN OF SMART CITY FOR DISABLE PEOPLES

Authors

  • Hara Prasad Tripathy , Priyabrata Pattanaik , Sushanta Kumar Kamilla

Abstract

Four criteria to allow the best smart city projects for the people with disabilities are
identified. Namely Four-Hospitality, which involves usability, stability, problem solving, and
versatility. The Four-Hospitality is to become the traditional smart city architecture benchmark
measurement. Through this analysis approach, literature from various countries and the FourHospitality principle are compared The analysis in this study aims to allow us to know the
current type of technical solutions introduced by different nations, to provide healthcare for the
disabled and to be addressed most in many literatures. The consequence is that about 62.5 per
cent of the eight literatures follow the Four-Hospitality norm. The most reported transactions
using IT-based software such as Wemap, Wheel map, SIMON, OpenStreetMap and the like. For
execution, is adapted to the competitiveness of the city, where the key variables (input) and
economic results (output) influence the competitiveness of the region. Therefore, by using the
Four-Hospitality model, the inference is that we'll have the best public service facility to
incorporate a smart city with comfortable mobility community architecture

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Hara Prasad Tripathy , Priyabrata Pattanaik , Sushanta Kumar Kamilla. (2020). DESIGN OF SMART CITY FOR DISABLE PEOPLES. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5107 - 5115. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1773