ENGR 402. Smart Cities: Engineering the Future. 3 Credits.
Cities are now a major hub of human populations and in the near future a majority of the world's population will live in cities. To meet growth needs, future cities must be engineering to be smart, sustainable, and efficient. This course characterizes features of smart cities, particularly the role of engineering and technology in the design of infrastructure, transportation, health care, and the security and privacy required in smart systems. Case studies will be used to assess and analyze the economics, policy making, and sustainability of smart city design.
P: MATH 104 or higher with at least a C or graduate standing. REC: ENV SCI 102 or ENV SCI 260 or ET 101 or ENGR 198
Fall and Spring.
...s.h.) or ENGR 334 Industrial Decision Processes (3 s.h.) ENGR 402 Smart Cities...
...3 s.h.) ENGR 334 Industrial Decision Processes (3 s.h.) ENGR 402 Smart Cities...