The community becomes smart only if it possesses Social, Moral, Aware, Responsive and Transparent features in vicinity. There are lots of potential attributes for smart community. Certainly, technology plays a huge part. Smart communities have strong networks in place that link government services both to each other and to outside entities, making them more accessible and user-friendly.
We live in a time in which just about anything can be tracked and monitored using sensors. Smart phones, with apps galore, are all but ubiquitous; cloud computing keeps getting better; and we can share data online and visualize plans.
With the right technology, Kakani village can become a smart community—a place that is more livable, sustainable, and economically vibrant. The technology that will help our communities make the transition is spatial. Smart communities will require geographic information system (GIS) technology. Smart technology, together with smart people, will propel communities even further.
We will be able to engage community people, government body, businesses, and the academic community in the problem-solving process. It would be an amazing community as a true hub of innovation and economic growth; a place that is livable, sustainable, and resilient. There are steep challenges ahead, but there are tools and a pathway to successfully address those challenges.
For shaping Kakani as a smart community, it will be an imperative hub for the free exchange of ideas and resources. In association with rural municipality, involvement of local community people, volunteers and the members of the head office from KTM will collaborate on projects and share knowledge at interactions for innovation and expansion of the scope of smart village model in Kakani village.