It introduces the background of German smart cities from several different angles. Then analyzed example projects from Hamburg, including a special hospital project, to demonstrate Germany's approach to "smart cities". In the process, the challenges, problems and prospects were also discussed. The third part uses Bottrop to illustrate how PPP achieves a climate goal, and takes Freiburg as an example to illustrate the urban development in Germany. The last case is Vauban, a historical example of community and architecture, and through the comparative analysis of three typical cases, it summarizes the level reached by German smart cities and their pros and cons, and estimates the problems that may arise in the future, and also describes the vision .
This course have 5 lectures, 1 hour of learning. The resources of the course are all in video format. After completing all 5 lecture videos, you can get a certificate to prove that you have completed the course.
Completing all learning activities of this course means passing the assessment of this course.
Professor philipp Späth
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