Sustainable Pavilion

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Cities play an important role on the practicing of Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs). With the vision to put the commitment of Paris Agreement into practice and live up to sustainable development goals, Taoyuan City Government cooperate with ICDI to establish the Sustainable Pavilion. The pavilion exhibits global city solutions, which outlines the diverse urban challenges that cities have faced and further provides an overview of practical solutions applied to achieve their goals of inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable human settlements. Through the Sustainable Pavilion, we hope to create an experience-sharing platform and to promote a network of cities and organisations that can collaborate together.

The solutions exbitied in this pavilion are from the "Global Smart Solution Report"

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GreenBIM Program Case Introduction
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GreenBIM Program Case Introduction
Due to the effectiveness of climate change, extremely high temperature comes to be daily and causes a severe impact on living environment and energy consumption. It is important to know how to lower the impact without affecting crowd comfort. Not only in design phase that needs to consider energy consumption, but also in operation phase needs to consider. In fact, energy consumption in operation phase takes most part in building life cycle. GreenBIM Program - National Museum of Marine Science and Technology(NMMST) is the case that using high/low forecast temperature to adjust its air-conditioner operating timing. Precool the museum not only to decrease the peak load at noon, but also to make the indoor temperature reach the comfort zone earlier. The results are decreasing not only the penalty charges but also the rate of customer complaining about the indoor temperature.
The Grow Smarter Project - Stockholm City
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The Grow Smarter Project - Stockholm City
Main issues: Housing mobility Infrastructure 〈The Grow Smarter Project〉 1 Low Energy District I. Refurbishment II. A centralized logistics depot III. Measuring the energy usage and waste IV. Promoting local energy and storage investment for a better control of electricity demand (such as vehicle to grid for EV) 2 Integrated Infrastructure I. Implementing LED light (street lighting) II. Developing a circular energy system to reduce consumed energy III. Implementing automated waste collection, color-coded waste bags and smart technology to vacuum waste bags through underground collection portals. IV. Developing an open data platform that monitors and analyses patterns for cities’ environmental status. 3 Sustainable Urban Mobility I. Creating a smart integrated delivery system to solve the problem of more delivery trucks on the road. II. Traffic management → install smart sensors that monitor traffic patterns III. Alternative fuel driven vehicle → invest in charging points and infrastructure to encourage alternative fuel usage. IV. Mobility solutions → compare bike sharing shuttle services, carsharing, and taxis to determine which is the most effective
Green BIM Micro-Climate Data Platform
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Green BIM Micro-Climate Data Platform
Life cycle of a building could be more than 60 years. If it could be designed and arranged by following local climate, it will decrease a lot of energy consumption in the after operating status. This website is sponsored by DELTA Company, Central Weather Bureau (CWB), National Building Centre and International Climate Development Institute. Establishing a TMY3 climate database with 4 types of format that are oftenly used in the building energy consumption software, also providing dependable weather data and statistic climate data for calculating yearly energy consumption. This website also provides many kinds of weather data to saving energy from design to operating phase.
SafeSwim - Auckland City
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Smart Security
SafeSwim - Auckland City
Main issue: Poor water quality in Auckland’s beaches Solution: Check Before You Swim — The Safeswim Program From February to November 2017, Auckland Council and Watercare worked in partnership with Surf Life Saving Northern Region and the Auckland Regional Public Health Service to upgrade the ‘Safeswim’ program. Safeswim provides a fully-integrated web and digital sign platform of advice for beach users, allowing them to ‘check before they swim’ and make informed decisions about when and where to swim. - Water Quality Prediction with Multi-data Safeswim now combines real-time data on the performance of the wastewater and stormwater networks with predictive models, underpinned by validation sampling, to provide forecasts of water quality at 92 swimming sites around the Auckland region. The water quality predictions take into account rain intensity, duration and location, as well as tide, wind speed and direction and sunlight. Data from rain gauges around the region are fed into the system to ensure the current prediction reflects actual/observed rainfall. Water quality predictions are automatically overridden if sensors - at pump stations and Engineered Overflow Points on the wastewater network and at key points on the stormwater network - detect overflows that are likely to cause a public health risk at time when models hadn’t predicted poor water quality.
Mosquito Control Facilitated by GIS & IOT in the Cloud
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Smart Disease Control and Prevention
Mosquito Control Facilitated by GIS & IOT in the Cloud
  In 2015, Tainan suffered the most serious dengue fever in history. According to statistics, Tainan experienced 22,754 cases and 112 deaths at that time. The fever pushed Tainan government to establish the Center for Dengue Prevention and Control in 2016. Under the Center, Tainan Dengue Epidemic Geographic Information System (TDEGIS) was set up as an inter-agency dengue prevention and control platform. The platform combines government prevention strategies and public engagement via information technologies such as big data analysis, cloud computing, IoT, and GIS. The ultimate goal is to integrate information and develop a thorough Dengue prevention network. The platform could display the hot spot and Breteau index in real time to support the control of dengue fever. It also provides information sharing and report functions to give advices about preventing fever. Moreover, the GeoJSON data innovated National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) inventing app, lamp and smart electric mosquito killer to solve the threat of dengue fever. The platform was successful given by the case dropping to only 10 in 2016 and 0 in 2017. And Tainan City received the 2017 IoT Innovation Award and the 2018 Smart City Summit and Expo Innovation Application Award for its efforts.
Air Quality Monitoring in Multiplex Environments
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Air Quality Monitoring in Multiplex Environments
The air pollution in Tainan city is mainly by PM2.5. About 30% of PM2.5 results in local factories, vehicles and constructions. With the vision to improving the air quality in city, the government must reduce the emission of PM2.5 and PM10. As a result, Tainan Environmental Protection Bureau has been cooperating with other municipal bureaus to launch “bright and clear air, suspended particulate reduction plan ( 亮麗晴空懸浮微粒管制削減計畫 ).”The policy is mainly focus on air pollution monitoring and civil awareness. Factories have to install the air quality monitoring facilities in order to identify whether they meets the standard or not. Monitor stations are installed around the city to locate abnormal particulates concentration in local area so that the government can investigate resources of pollution more precisely. Besides, the government set up vehicle license and Clean Air Zone to decrease the air pollution through regular approach. By the efforts of city, the annual and daily average of PM2.5 concentration has decreased by 32% over this period. The PM10 annual and daily average concentrations have been lower than the air quality standard for three consecutive years (2015-2017). Furthermore, in 2015 and 2016, Tainan City earned the Taiwan Environmental Protection Administration’s evaluation of “Excellent” performance.
Green City in Transformation - Kaohsiung City
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Smart Building
Green City in Transformation - Kaohsiung City
Main issue: Carbon reduction Solution: 〈Pilot Green Building Project - KAOHAUS〉 [Human-Centered Urban Design] The design of KAOHAUS building takes inspiration from the Vertical Forest concept in Milan, Italy. For example, a comprehensive academic study of the design determined that the buildings’ 3-meter balconies reduced direct sunlight. Therefore, Kaohsiung has encouraged the construction of similar terraces to reduce the heat load of the buildings’ roofs and facades. Vertical garden designs also create a green urban landscape instead of a cement and metal facade. Ultimately, KAOHAUS aims to develop a unique architectural vocabulary and a brand signaling high quality and internationalism. KAOHAUS confronts the problem of illegal construction by encouraging green designs that do not sacrifice building capacity but achieve afforestation vertically. KAOHAUS also simplifies construction application procedures to reduce barriers to building. For example, green buildings receive exemptions from regulations on area and volume if they meet outlined sustainability requirements. These initiatives reduce the urban heat island effect while curbing illegal building activity and promoting development. KAOHAUS guidelines promote general-purpose designs that are accessible to all ages, especially children and the increasing proportion of senior citizens. Features of universal design include layouts for baths and toilets, community gathering spaces and handicapped-accessible lifts.
Glass Hospital - Darkhan City
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Smart Healthcare
Glass Hospital - Darkhan City
Main issue: The lack of medical resource, quality and efficiency. Solution: 〈Glass Hospital Project〉 It is to create a 3E system in healthcare on the basis of e-service and innovative management. → 3E: Equal access, Equal opportunity, Efficient care The goal of the ‘‘Glass Hospital’’ project is to create a 3E system in healthcare on the basis of e-service and innovative management. To reach our 3E system, the city has decided to introduce electronic registration, information and control software thoughout entire hospitals, especially emergency services; improve the management of the healthcare system; increase the transparency of service and decrease the wait hours of patients.
Future City and the Next-Generation Community - City of Yokohama
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Future City and the Next-Generation Community - City of Yokohama
Main issues:  Ageing Population  Old Infrastructures Solution:〈Future-Oriented Urban Redevelopment〉  List housing typology by demographics and household income statistics First, Yokohama listed the housing typology by demographics and household income statistics in Yokohama City and Tokaichiba areas. This was aimed at targeting potential tenants and formatting blueprints, based on the existing dataset and its forecasts. In order to meet the future needs of tenants, the whole housing area has been divided into 3 main segments: general housing, senior residence, and public facilities (nursery, child care, and other community facilities).  Collaborate with private sectors on land utilizationand planning The principles of the Yokohama Smart City Project (YSCP, 2011) have been implemented through this redevelopment. It focused on providing a visible and user-friendly system optimizing energy supply and demand for individual houses, in cooperation with leading telecom, energy management and security management companies.  Implement smart energy management Yokohama's energy vision is to be an energy-efficient and energy-recyclable city that is environmentally robust, resistant to disasters, and economically strong. Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) and Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) were installed to enhance the visibility of energy consumption, as well as the on-site energy generation of PV generation systems and storage batteries.
Vector Lights - Auckland City
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Smart Energy Saving
Vector Lights - Auckland City
The Vector Lights project aims to make use of an iconic piece of urban infrastructure as a continual storytelling canvas to promote renewable energy and raise awareness of the critical role of renewable energy. The launch of the project is participated by multiple sectors, including public sectors, private sectors and social organization. By the wide participation, the launch of lights attracted 5.4 million people to watch. After campaign, the research has demonstrated that awareness of Vector’s solar business has increased to 11% (up from 9%) and battery awareness is now 6%.
Share the Road Environmental Transport Program
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Smart Transportation
Share the Road Environmental Transport Program
Pasig City is the eighth largest city in Metro Manila in terms of land area and the gateway to East Philippines. Around 121 subdivisions, 176 condominiums and 26,780 business establishments are constructed in this city. As a result, crowded traffic is the main problem to local people. However, the government has launched a series of program, including Traffic Control, Real-Time Traffic Monitor, Road planning and Citizen Participation. The air quality and traffic are substantially improve.
Intelligent Cloud System for Wastewater Management
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Smart Security
Intelligent Cloud System for Wastewater Management
With the development of sewer and water recycling center construction, Taoyuan sewage system gradually expanded. The connection rate of sewage became 13% in 2018 and will expect to reach 60% within 8 years. In addition, the connection rate of storm sewage system will attend 78.2% in 2021. With a view to maintaining sewage system quality, Taoyuan city government combined IoT, AR and GIS to establishing Intelligent Cloud System for Wastewater Management. The system had functions to monitoring water quality and pipeline. It will integrate rain data with sewerage facilities data to constructing real-time monitor system in future.
Promoting Application of Recycled Aggregate in Public Construction
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Smart Manufacturing
Promoting Application of Recycled Aggregate in Public Construction
Taoyuan city rooted in two Life Circle and had largest international airport in Taiwan. The city government proposed NTD110 billion budget and erected mass public constructions recently. However, public constructions required plenty of asphalt concretes, but the traditional way had low-efficiency and posed negative effects to environment. As a result, recycled aggregate became more and more important. The quality of recycled aggregate possessed some downsides. In order to improve recycled aggregates, Taoyuan city government promoted circular economy through public-private partnership. Recently, it replaced 33,500 tons of asphalt concrete. If it will apply to the Aerotropolis road, it is expected to replace 1.65 million tons.
The Miracle of Green Energy
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Smart Energy Saving
The Miracle of Green Energy
In order to accelerate Taoyuan’s green energy development, Taoyuan established Green Energy Promotion Office to promote green energy through solar power, wind energy, hydraulic energy and biomass energy. The city had push “Leasing and Installation of Roof Photovoltaic Systems in Public Housing”, Biomass Energy Center, subsidies of Photovoltaic Pond … etc. By the effort of city government, the city’s total installed capacity for solar energy is about 123.7 MW, which could satisfied 46% household in Taoyuan. And Taoyuan had received forth rank by Energy Transformation Promotion Alliance in 2018. Now, Taoyuan aim to new goal of reaching total installed capacity about 675MW.

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