Interactive Placemaking - Prototype of an Intelligent Urban Building Infrastructure for Critical Borderlands / Kinmen

  •  Li-Yen Hsu    


Dependable capabilities to counter wicked tasks are proactively needed for borderland placemaking. Initiated recently, in Xiamen, a hub airport is being constructed at Xiangan district’s Dadeng islet, which was taken after the inner war from the outlying borderland of Taiwan - Kinmen. To promote current interactive urbanizing, holistic pervasiveness, and/or resource chaining, a sensor-information infrastructure with availability, reliability, and maintainability features through artificial intelligence -i.e., the plural surveillances, similar in sensing through creatures’ eyes, ears, and nostrils- is prototyped. By plural detection along traffic paths, such dedicated short-range communication networks, evidenced with terrorist uncertainty, can help promote trust, inclusive accessibility, mobile services, and interactive measures, with fault tolerance, Hamiltonian (a mathematical order), connectivity, scalability, electromagnetic interference countering, and reliable accuracy. More flexibility can be justified for the emerging pervasive logistic and security management demand by further applying other network types. The cube-connected cycle is prototyped for the probe application along waterways and in rural areas. The prototyped spider-web network can be resiliently integrated with shorelines and interior paths and configured together into a featured urban building context, radial-ring, whose sustainability is culturally resonated in world heritage, neighboring Tulous; help promote peace developing and evoke economic interactions, globally.

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