Sunny city - Future city proposal

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<ol><li> 1. SUNNY CITY The SUN-ians : Ng JiYann Ngu Xian Le Low wing Chun Pui Chun Shian Shum Li Sze Tan Jia San Tutor : Miss Cassandra </li><li> 2. 1. Security </li><li> 3. DEFINITON :The state of being free from danger or threat. SECURITY </li><li> 4. Protection Safety Reduces crime Reduces damage caused by natural disasters. WHAT IS IT FOR ? </li><li> 5. SCPD POLICE COAST GUARD AIRFORCE CCTV Face scanner Disaster-resilient building TYPES OF SECURITY </li><li> 6. It is the city's FIRST LINE OF defence. It is also known as the SUNNY CITYs police department, It consists of police officers and agents. It ensures peace in the city, prevents and solves crimes. SCPD </li><li> 7. It is the second line of defence of the city. The police coast guards guard the coast around the city. It protects the city and other bots from pirates. They catch offenders who use the sea as an escape route. They look out for hurricanes and tsunamis. POLICE COAST GUARD </li><li> 8. AIRFORCE It is the citys third line of defence. It looks out for pirates, hurricanes and tsunamis. It helps the police coast guards to secure the sea. It protects the safety of the city and other boats from the pirates It is used as an emergency transport. </li><li> 9. CCTV AND FACE SCANNERS CCTV is derived from close circuit television. They are primarily used for surveillance cameras. It increases police efficiency by reducing patrolling work. They can detect the citizens faces. It is easier to locate people with the help of CCTV and </li><li> 10. DISASTER-RESILIENT BUILDING Not every building is disaster-resilient. Built with a dome The concrete walls are reinforced with 2 steel beams and steel bars. The buildings are built on high ground. They are pinned to the earth. Mangrove trees are planted to prevent tsunamis. </li><li> 11. 2. Water and Waste Management </li><li> 12. WATER SUSTAINABILITY IN THE FUTURE Water management is the provision and management of water quality for the present needs of humans and the ecosystem without impairing the future generation to do the same. </li><li> 13. WHY DO WE NEED IT? Fisheries Clean water is critical to the aquatic plants and also important to the fishing industry, sport fishing enthusiasts, and future generations. </li><li> 14. Wildlife Habitats Our rivers and ocean waters teem with life that depends shoreline, beaches and marshes. They are critical hundreds of species of fish and other aquatic lives. water birds use these areas for resting and feeding. </li><li> 15. Recreation and Quality of Life Water is a great playground for us . The scenic and recreational values of water are the reasons why choose to live where they do. Visitors are drawn to activities such as swimming, fishing, boating and </li><li> 16. Health Concerns If it is not clean, water may carry diseases. Since live, work and play so close to water, harmful have to be removed to make waters safe. </li><li> 17. Water Management In Future City Bigger and more underground water storages are built at different areas, capable of holding 10 millions litres. The underground water storage system helps us to preserve the optimal quality of life in the city despite the drastic climate changes. The aim is to ensure that the city has sufficient amounts of water even during dry periods. Reservoirs are interconnected to the city among each other to ensure the equal distribution of water . Volume used by each residents will be carefully monitored, anyone exceeding the present volume will be automatically fined. </li><li> 18. underground water storage facilities, capable of holding 10 million litres UNDERGROUND WATER STORAGE </li><li> 19. 3. Tourism and Hospitality </li><li> 20. Located underwater High tech system Every guest will have one electronic access card The guest can make payments in any facilities of the hotel using the access card. Transparent tunnel that acts as lifts are connected to the main lobby of the hotel. Guests will be served by robots. UNDERWATER HOTEL </li><li> 21. The towers represent the parks. The parks are inside the towers. Some of them are air conditioned. An amphitheater is located outside the park . The park consists of both indoor and outdoor GREEN PARK TOWER </li><li> 22. FLOATING SCHOOL Located nearby the residential area Have their own transportation to school . Convenient . E-learning . </li><li> 23. Tunnel to transfer the airplane to the ground. Everyone has an access card to go anywhere by airplane , even without buying a ticket. The access card can be used to buy anything. UNDERWATER AIRPORT HOSPITAL Spherical Several hospitals in the city . </li><li> 24. Accommodation Floating home sleeps a family of four Powered by the sun Solar panel Energy conservative accommodation </li><li> 25. 4. Transport, Energy Management &amp; Disaster Relief </li><li> 26. MAGLEV TRANSPORTATION Uses magnetic levitation to move Can achieve a highspeed of up to 450km/h Environment </li><li> 27. URBAN TRANSPORT POD Equipped with solar panels. Environmentally- friendly. Driverless transportation. </li><li> 28. STIRLING SOLAR- ELECTRIC AIRSHIP Works by the principle of heat difference. Can be used at night </li><li> 29. CAR PARK Save Space No power grid, construction, or permits needed </li><li> 30. ENERGY MANAGEMENT </li><li> 31. Disaster relief (or emergency management) refers to the process of responding to a catastrophic situation, providing humanitarian aid to persons and communities who have suffered from some form of disaster. WHAT IS DISASTER RELIEF </li><li> 32. Earthquake s Tsunami Flashflood Hurricane Volcano Eruption Example of natural disaster </li><li> 33. Expected disasters in Sunny City Sunny City is a city located on an island in the middle of the sea. The chances of earthquakes and volcano eruptions are very minimal but the city is very exposed to Tsunami or huge waves. Even though we have our security to protect the city, a few disaster preventions and managements are still required to ensure the safety of the citizens. Here are the list of the expected disasters in Sunny City ; Tsunami Gigantic waves Hurricane at sea </li><li> 34. EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHICLES (ERVs) Mobile response vehicles, also known as ERVs, circulate throughout the city or affected communities to hand out food, relief supplies, information and comfort to people in need. </li><li> 35. Shelters are opened at the several big halls in the city to ensure that the people have a safe place to stay until it is safe to return. Daily needs are provided such as daily meals and washrooms. OVERNIGHT SHELTER STAYS </li><li> 36. RELIEF ITEMS Relief items help people in the immediate aftermath of a disaster and the days and weeks that follow. Relief items are handed out at convenient distribution centers or </li><li> 37. Health workers or volunteers from the medical field provides first aid treatment for injuries, monitor the well-being of people staying in the shelter as well as providing emotional support. HEALTH AND MENTAL HEALTH </li><li> 38. 5. Green Building </li><li> 39. GREEN BUILDING a building that has a minimum impact towards the environment and human health </li><li> 40. WHY? balanced ecosystem environmentally friendly good for human health Save energy </li><li> 41. SOLAR BOARD </li><li> 42. CAPSULE ROOM &amp; RECYCLE SYSTEM </li><li> 43. THANK YOU SUNNY CITY , Where the sun always shines, Come to us and you will feel no crime. </li></ol>