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Journal: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET) (Vol.10, No. 7)

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Page : 216-227

Keywords : Smart city; global positioning; infrastructure; decision-making; sensors;

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As modern technology is rapidly growing, the smart city system is considered as an advance path to technology. Sending observations, requirements and suggestions by residents are essential parts of the smart city systems. Their main objectives are: 1) improving the quality of life in urban areas; 2) participating in decision-making that may lead to intelligent governance; 3) better rationalization of resource consumption; and 4) access to sustainable development. However, smart city system needs an infrastructure based on sharing knowledge (e.g., of modern technology) by individuals. The establishment of smart cities with new technologies requires further studies and analysis. This work studies smart city development in two folds. Firstly, it reviews the smart city structure of analyzes their establishment requirements. Secondly, it proposes a new waste management system using remote control techniques (i.e., sensors) and an RF communication system. The aim of our model is to reduce the cost of cleaning cities and the number of traditional waste management employees. Furthermore, decreasing the wasting time during the cleaning process. Moreover, obtaining healthier ambience away from pollution. Computer software (SSPS) is used to demonstrate our objectives.

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