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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 3, March 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Sustainable Smart City Planning By Means Of Land Use Models For Indian Cities

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AUTHOR(S)

Basweshwar S. Jirwankar, Kundan Meshram,

 

KEYWORDS

GIS, Land Cover, Land Cover Change, Land Use, LUCC, Models, Remote Sensing, And Urbanization.

 

ABSTRACT

As This Paper Offers Opportunities For Smart City Growth, Analyzing Proposed Population Distribution And Land-Use Changes In Space And Time. This Provides The Politicians With A Complete And Vibrant Disclosure Of A Rapidly Changing Urban Environment. Several Adverse Impacts Of Policies Can Be Assessed And Revised According To Time And Serenity, Such As Ecological And Health Risks Or Kinesis Issues. In This Paper, We Believe That Innovations In "Smart" Cities Need To Be More Sustainable, Diverse And Participatory. In The Context Of Urban Risk Assessment, Which Is Essential In Indian Cities, This Paper Also Addresses These Three Smart Goals. The Following Priorities Include Approaches That Are Defensible, Constructive And Participatory, Such As Remote Sensing, Terrestrial Cover, Land Cover And Land Use Models Using Remote Sensing And GIS (Geographical Information System), Population Density Modeling Using Dasymetric Planning, Predictive Sculpture Of Land Use Changes And Demographic Change Aspects, And Risk Assessment. This Research Assists Spatial Land Distribution, Which Will Be Affected With Digital Techniques By Rapid Urbanization.

 

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