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Review the Necessity of Amending Related Laws and Enactment of Ordinances for Smart City Activation

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2017, 79(), pp.583-609
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

LEE SOONJA 1

1고려대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

Just as broadcasting and communication fuse, information and communication are coming together leading to turning existing urban infrastructure into ubiquitous urban infrastructure or smart urban infrastructure. These movements are making cities look for ways to change themselves to smart cities. While the technology applied to Smart City is highly advanced fusion-complex ICT, local governments do not have that technology to do such business, so many companies involved in ICT, equipment and services get to participate. Smart city business is not connected to a department unlike existing facilities, but to various administrative agencies and departments. In addition, due to lots of relevant laws, there are a large number of distributed divisions where companies should make declarations and ask for approvals and permissions needed for their smart city business. To get the municipalities to carry out the Smart City business more smoothly, there should be a department that oversees the work about the Smart City to carry on business with one-stop service. Smart City does not simply mean 'smart' and 'city' but should be taken to mean the inclusion of all the efforts to make cities smarter. However, there arise some problems creating unsmart city sight with the lack of cooperation in departments performing the demonstration project, and the gap between theory-reality and policy. In order to solve these problems, it is pointed out that the current legislation does not reflect the ICT fuse-complex applied to smart city, and the need to revise related laws is suggested. Also, the necessity of enactment of regulations to promote smart city business smoothly is discussed.

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