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SmartJAMP
Thematic study

Flood Management and River Management

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Water-related Disaster Flood Management Systems or a River Management Systems in ASEAN


Overview

This study examines the feasibility of introducing an efficient and effective water disaster management system or river management system that utilizes advanced Japanese technologies to support smart disaster prevention in ASEAN cities.
In the study, target cities are carefully selected after comprehensively analyzing the disaster risks and disaster prevention needs of each ASEAN city.
Through interviews with each city and on-site surveys, a detailed understanding of the issues and needs of each city are obtained in terms of water disaster management or river management, and possible solutions are detected taking the needs, the existing facilities, and technological capabilities of the target cities into account.
Moreover, financial studies are conducted on the introduction of a water disaster management system or a river management system.


Evacuation Behavior

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Action Evacuation Promotion Systems in ASEAN


Overview

This study examines the feasibility of introducing an efficient and effective evacuation promotion system that utilizes advanced Japanese technologies to support smart disaster prevention in ASEAN cities. In the study, the Jakarta metropolitan area in Indonesia and cities around the Manila metropolitan area in the Philippines were selected as the target cities, taking into consideration the disaster risks and disaster prevention needs of each ASEAN city. Then, through interviews with each city and on-site surveys, a detailed understanding of the issues and needs of each city are obtained in terms of evacuation promotion. Moreover, a technical and financial study are conducted on the introduction of an evacuation promotion system that utilizes Japanese technologies, such as flood forecasting technology using longitudinal water level observation data of rivers and a cloud-based water disaster information management system.


Traffic Congestion and Safety

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Experimental Implementation Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Public Transport System in ASEAN


Overview

A study will be conducted for the introduction of a traffic management system that effectively utilizes CCTV data analysis to improve traffic congestion and safety in Phuket, Thailand.
In this study, data from existing CCTV, along with additional video footage from field surveys, will be analyzed.The use of AI image processing to analyze the traffic volume from each direction, OD, and vehicle trajectory in combination with big data will be studied. Proposals on various uses and combinations of data will be developed and the creation of businesses utilizing imaging data for smart cities will also be studied.


Traffic Congestion and Safety

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Experimental Implementation Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Public Transport System in ASEAN


Overview

Public transportation in Hanoi is buses, MRT, and taxies, but most people travel by motorcycle. Traffic congestion, air pollution, and accidents caused by excessive use have become serious social issues.
Hanoi City is planning to ban private motorcycles in the city by 2025.
To solve those issues, this project aims to develop the shared AI on-demand bus service. By setting up points by 200 meters within a radius of approximately 2 km and providing an service, we will investigate all mobility needs, and verify the issues and effects for commuting and daily transportation, as well as that connects public transportation with one-mile to destinations. We will facilitate future projects.


Energy-saving Housing and Building

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Dissemination of Advanced Energy-saving Housing and Building in ASEAN


Overview

Based on Smart JAMP, a survey will be conducted on the spread possibility of houses and buildings that utilize advanced energy-saving technologies in the energy and housing fields. The purpose of the project is to promote the formation of projects by examining the solutions to the problems faced by the city of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, by utilizing the advanced technologies and solutions of Japanese companies.
1. Understanding local needs and organizing related plans / existing efforts.
2. Proposing “packaged” Japanese advanced technologies and solutions to local business operators.
3. Conducting feasibility studies in specific project.


Energy System

Project

Smart JAMP (2021) Feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Energy System in ASEAN


Overview

Indonesia has the largest number of islands in the ASEAN countries. Therefore, strengthening the energy security of the islands and developing a resilient infrastructure are important issues for Indonesia, which is composed of many islands.This project implements a feasibility study at Makassar city, the central city of eastern Indonesia, and one of the 26 cities of the ASEAN Smart City Network (ASCN). In Makassar city, several islands are supplied electricity at night only and are required to improve access to electricity. This project investigates local issues on the island and examines the possibility of introducing an efficient and effective energy system that utilizes Japanese advanced technology and solution.


Waste Reduction, Reuse and Recycle

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Waste Reduction, Recovery and Reuse System in ASEAN


Overview

The study aims to realize a sustainable society in harmony with nature by designing, constructing, maintaining, and operating a biomass power plant using agricultural wastes as the fuel source with an effective waste-to-energy management system considering Japanese environmental and resource recycling technologies and IOT technologies. The study will be conducted within Santa Lucia, Palawan (a total area of 1,072 ha), which is designated as an "Environmental Estate" by the President of the Philippines Proclamation No. 718 and as a priority development area by the City Government of Puerto Princesa, to reduce CO2 emissions and ensure a stable energy supply in the Philippines, thereby contributing to the revitalization of local industries and the creation of innovation and new employment.


Wastewater-Based Epidemiology

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Sewerage Management System in ASEAN


Overview

This project is pre-Feasibility Study for establishing a monitoring system and data platform in Denpasar, using Wastewater-Based Epidemiology that detects SARS-CoV-2 from wastewater. The data collected is used to estimate the prevalence of infection and evaluate health conditions. In addition to "improving public health," which is the original function of sewerage systems, this project adds new value through digital-transformation: "detecting signs of infection earlier and giving decision-making materials for public health measures”. In the long term, the project targets infectious diseases other than SARS-CoV-2, aiming to improve the entire region’s health by establishing epidemiological information infrastructure that complements medical information.


Infrastructure Operation and Maintenance

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Experimental Implementation Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Infrastructure Management System in ASEAN


Overview

This study is to investigate the possibility of introducing an infrastructure management system that utilizes advanced technology. The system provides the function of an infrastructure diagnostic system that utilizes image analysis technology using AI that contributes to road maintenance field. As a characteristic advantage, the system is a smartphone-based application and using a cloud service for storing data and analyzing. The system will be able to provide instantly road inspection skill and road maintenance technologies accumulated in Japan to road managers in ASEAN countries without a large amount of initial investment. At this study, we try to get opportunities to introduce the system in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Singapore, and not only administrative agencies that manage roads but also toll road operators of private companies such as BOT roads.


Urban Development or Environment Improvement

Project

SmartJAMP(2021) Pre-feasibility Study on the Introduction of an Advanced Urban Service System in ASEAN


Overview

In Cambodia, the development and sufficiency of the power grid are being prioritized. However, investment and innovative technologies from Japan are expected. A Japanese company conducted this survey in Kandal Province near the capital Phnom Penh, the housing estate development area (about 24ha, 1,700 units). The business model of solar power generation utilizing the roof of the housing estate is conducted. While a single housing complex is expected to be up to 1.8 MW, it would be possible to get a power supply compared to a mega solar power plant by linking multiple housing developments, including a power storage system.