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The capital city of Nusantara (IKN) will be developed as a world-class capital that carries the concept of a smart city. The development of a smart city needs to be accompanied by the implementation of technology, which aims to increase the operational efficiency of cities, public services, and the quality of life of the community.

Deputy for Green Transformation and Digital Authority of IKN, Prof. Mohammed Ali Berawi, said that the smart transportation system (ITS) is one of the features of a smart city that will be developed at IKN.

"One of the public service domains that will be presented at IKN is smart transportation and mobility which will transform the mobility method at IKN," he said, in his statement, Sunday, April 28.

Ali revealed that currently IKN is conducting Proof of Concept (PoC) in the field of smart transportation, such as ATMS, Autonomous Rail Rapid Transit (ART), and AAM.

"We will assess the technology that will be tested based on the value of interoperability, reliability, value for money, technology transfer, and level of technological maturity," explained Prof. Ali.

For information, the Deputy for Green Transformation and Digital Authority of IKN together with the Director General of Aptika, Ministry of Communications and Informatics, along with representatives from the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of National Development Planning/Bappenas have a dialogue with the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) and the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA), in a series of trade missions sponsored by the United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA).

NCTCOG is a government agency that serves 16 counts in the North Central Texas region. The agency has more than 230 city government members set up to plan regional development.

NCTCOG's Director of Transportation, Michael Morris, stated the importance of regulation and data governance in developing a smart transportation system in the North Central Texas area.

"An important step that needs to be taken is to ensure the resilience and sustainability of the technology used, such as ensuring public security and good data management," Michael said.

NCTCOG has implemented the Advance Transport Management System (ATMS) and autonomous vehicle systems over the past few years, and is preparing the Advanced Air Mobility (AAM).

"The assessment of the feasibility of technology at NCTCOG is provided through the certification of Certification of Emerging and Reliable Transportation Technology (CERTT) process adopted from NASA's technology readiness assessment system," Michael said.

Director of Traffic and NTTA Incident Management, Eric Hemphill, revealed that the application of technology to monitoring can reduce the rate of accidents and congestion that occur on toll roads.

"Our team can complete an incident in less than 50 minutes by utilizing sensors cameras and artificial intelligence-based analysis," said Eric.

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Quelle/Source: VOI, 28.04.2024

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