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研究生:Nicolas Oscar Pitton Denegri
研究生(外文):Nicolas Oscar Pitton Denegri
論文名稱:Smart cities management: taking a smart farming system as an example
論文名稱(外文):Smart cities management: taking a smart farming system as an example
指導教授:吳斯偉吳斯偉引用關係
指導教授(外文):WU, SHIH-WEI
口試委員:駱武昌練凱文吳斯偉
口試委員(外文):LUO, WU-CHANGLIAN, KUEN-WENWU, SHIH-WEI
口試日期:2020-06-19
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺北科技大學
系所名稱:管理學院外國學生專班(IMBA)
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2020
畢業學年度:108
語文別:英文
論文頁數:48
外文關鍵詞:smart citiessmart farmingICTsSDGsSWOT analysisBusiness Canvas
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As urban hubs keep evolving basically to the innovation of technology, the real challenge appears when nowadays resources become less and less abundant. With this fact in mind, the smart cities initiative aims to solve present day problems such as mismanagement of resources, poverty or war, and make both the human being and its environment mutually beneficial. This literature explains in detail every keyword related to this matter: The Sustainable Development Goals or SDG, the smart cities concept and smart farming, which takes part within the smart cities’ topic.
All the definitions with its examples will be covered during first chapter (Introduction), but also it will describe in general terms the focus of this thesis: a prototype built during the Taipei Hacking House of 2019, which is in charge of palm trees monitoring to prevent future infestations. After that comes chapter 2: literature review, where all the documents and papers consulted will be listed. Following comes chapter 3: methodology, which will describe in detail all the research and steps needed to create the before mention device, just to be followed by Chapter 4: results, where all the data regarding the simulation and implementation of the prototype will be displayed and explained, not just the technical aspect of the device but also the business challenge derived of studying the SWOT analysis and Business Canvas models: product description, promotions, unitary price, location, mass production implementation costs, revenue models, services provided, etc. After the business challenge comes the last Chapter 5: Conclusions and future research, which will highlight the key aspects of this thesis and also establish a milestone of what needs to be done in the future to improve the current solution and passing from a prototype to a final product.

ABSTRACT i
Acknowledgements iii
Table of Contents iv
List of tables vi
List of figures vii
Chapter 1: Introduction 1
1.1 Background research 1
1.1.1 Smart cities 2
1.1.2 Smart Farming 2
1.2 Problem statement 2
1.3 Purpose of this Thesis 3
1.4 Thesis structure 3
Chapter 2: Literature review 5
2.1 Current smart cities implementations 5
2.2 Governments impact on smart cities development 7
2.3 The challenge of selling smart city projects 8
2.4 Innovation in the agricultural field and smart farming 9
2.5 The importance of the Sustainable Development Goals 10
2.6 The red palm weevil menace 11
Chapter 3: Methodology 13
3.1 Prototype design method 13
3.2 Prototype design process. 14
3.2.1 Component selection 14
3.2.2 Circuit schematic 15
3.2.3 Implementation process illustration 16
3.3 Data collection 16
3.4. Data treatment 17
3.5 SWOT analysis 17
3.6. Business Canvas 18
Chapter 4: Results 20
4.1 Data samples and analysis 20
4.2 SWOT analysis result 25
4.3. Business Canvas result 26
4.4 In depth business analysis 27
4.4.1 Market analysis 27
4.4.2 Proposed business solution 28
4.4.2.1 Production analysis 29
4.4.2.1.1 Fast Prototyping 29
4.4.2.1.2 Optimized version 30
4.4.2.1.3 Mass production 31
4.4.2.2 Product price 33
4.4.2.3 Product Promotions 33
4.4.2.4 Device maintenance 33
Chapter 5: Conclusions and future research 35
5.1. Initial conclusions 35
5.2. Milestone for the project 35
5.3. From prototyping to a final product 36
References 38
Appendix 40
1.Dieisson Pivoto, Paulo Dabdab Waquil, Edson Talamini, Caroline Pauletto Spanhol Finocchio, Vitor Francisco Dalla Corte, Giana de Vargas Mores, “Scientific development of smart farming technologies and their application in Brazil,” Journal of Information Processing at Agriculture, vol. 5, issue 1, pp. 21-32, 2018.
2.United Nations, “The Sustainable Development Goals Report”, 2019
3.Jaque Fresco, Roxanne Meadows, Dough Drexler, “Designing the future,” Kindle edition, Osmora Publishing, December 3, 2011
4.Sarantis Michalopoulos, “Smart farming trying to find its feet in EU agriculture,” EURACTIV-Multilingual Special Report: The main challenges facing the CAP, 2017
5.Hallett, S.H., “Smart cities need smart farms,” Environmental Scientist, Journal of the Institution of Environmental Sciences, vol. 26, no. 1, pp. 10-17, 2017
6.Sigfox, “Hacking House Taipei” 2019, https://thehackinghouse.com/taiwan/
7.ScoutEyes solution, SlingX Corp https://www.slingx.com.tw/
8.Berrone, Pascual; Ricart, Joan Enric; Carrasco, Carlos; Duch, Ana, "IESE Cities in Motion Index 2018", IESE, ST-471-E, 2018
9.Joshua New, Daniel Castro, and Matt Beckwith, “How National Governments can help Smart Cities Succeed”, Center for Data Innovation blog, October 2017
10.Jürgen Laartz and Stefan Lülf, “Partnering to build smart cities,” 2012
11.Case study by Losant, Knode client, “Preserving water, time and energy costs with IoT in agriculture,” 2019
12.Benedicte Bull and Desmond McNeill, “From market multilateralism to governance by goal setting: SDGs and the changing role of partnerships in a new global order,” Journal of Business and politics, vol. 21, Special Issue 4 (Business, Development and Institutions: Uncovering the Connections Beyond the Global Liberal Economy), pp. 464-486, 2019
13.J.R. Faleiro, “A review of the issues and management of the red palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Coleoptera: Rhynchophoridae) in coconut and date palm during the last one hundred years,” International Journal of Tropical Insect Science, vol. 26, Issue 3, pp. 135-154, 2006
14.Mohammed El-Faki Mozib and Hamadttu Abdulfaraj El-Shafie, “Effect of red palm weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier) infestation on temperature profiles of date palm tree,” Journal of Entomology and Nematology, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 77-83, 2013
15.Nadine Phal and Anne Richter, “SWOT analysis - idea Methodology and a practical approach,” Management & Marketing (Book 21), Publisher: 50Minutes.com (August 17, 2015), original edition 2007
16.Osterwalder, Alexander. “The business model ontology a proposition in a design science approach.”, 2004
17.H. Samih, 2019, “Smart cities and internet of things”, Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research, vol. 21, Issue 1, 2019
18.Justyna Winkowska, Danuta Szpilko, and Sonja Pejić, “Smart city concept in the light of the literature review”, Journal of Engineering Management in Production and Services, vol. 11: Issue 2, 2019
19.José Graziano da Silva, “FAO’s work on agricultural innovation: Sowing the seeds of transformation to achieve the SDGs,” 2018
20.John Bacon-Shone, “Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods,” 2015
21.Wahizatul Afzan Azmi, “A New Invasive Coconut Pest in Malaysia: The Red Palm Weevil (Curculionidae: Rhynchophorus ferrugineus),” Journal The Planter, vol. 89, issue 1, pp. 97-110, 2013
22.Azmi, Wahizatul & Chong, Ju lian & Ahamad Zakeri, Hazlina & Yusuf, Norhayati & Wan Omar, Wan Bayani & Wai, Yong & Zulkefli, Ainatun & Haris-Hussain, M., “The Red Palm Weevil, Rhynchophorus ferrugineus: Current Issues and Challenges in Malaysia,” Oil Palm Bulletin vol. 74, pp. 17-24, 2017

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