ASEAN Smart Cities Network
It is not easy to start smart city projects without reliable financing sources.
The lack of zoning is just one of the issues hampering smart city development in Cambodia.
Building cooperation between ASEAN and Korea in developing sustainable smart cities.
Urban resiliency means the strengthening of city systems to reduce risks posed by climate crisis.
For ASEAN to be truly a triumphant feat of regional integration, its peoples need to be more integrated.
26 pilot cities throughout the ASEAN region have been identified to be part of the ASEAN Smart Cities Network.
84 percent of residents in Danang consider their city “smart” citing improvements made to the environment as a main reason.
Hanoi joins 25 other ASEAN cities selected to pilot the ASEAN Smart Cities Network.
Phuket’s smart city development is funded by a US$13 million central government endowment.
It may vary from country to country, but automation, virtual reality, AI and cloud computing are starting to become mainstream.
A smart Jakarta would be a more data-driven, transparent and collaborative city.
Singapore has come a long way in its smart city development and is poised to continue being the most developed smart city within Southeast Asia.