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2023 GO SMART Award Call for Solutions! “Let’s Go, SMART Cities” Welcomes World's Smart Cities Solutions & Practices to Share, Learn, Compete and Celebrate with One Another
2023 GO SMART Award, organized by Global Organization of Smart Cities (GO SMART) – a Taipei City Government’s initiative, is entering into its 5th year and now accepting applications from global participants. Due to the strong requests from a lot of potential applicants, GO SMART Secretariat decides to extend the GO SMART Award 2023 application from Oct. 31 to Nov 6. Please remember to submit your successful projects before due time via online application form(https://www.surveycake.com/s/velM6). Do not miss out the opportunity to win the prize and showcase your project to the world!
2022 Solicitation for Taipei City 1+7 Smart Fields: Call for Proposals
This plan proposed by the Taipei City Smart City needs to promote the field of group 1 + 7, and seek partners through the announcement. Vendors can write a book proposal based on the needs of the Bureau of the levy case and submit a book proposal. Taipei Smart City project office will conduct a written examination, and then submitted to various areas within the group for discussion.
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TaipeiPASS APP Peak Traffic Protection Project- Introducing Queue-it Virtual Queuing System
In order to enhance digital services for the public, the Taipei City Government has introduced more municipal services and event information into the TaipeiPASS APP in the past two years, enabling people to access relevant information through the APP. However, when a large number of people flock to the APP at the same time, it is easy to induce the system crash or abnormal connections. Therefore, the Department of Information Technology cooperates with Master Concept to introduce a "virtual queuing system" in the TaipeiPASS APP. When a large number of people use the APP at the same time exceeding the capacity of the website, they will first be automatically directed to the "virtual queuing system" and then be redirected back to the website or APP in an open, transparent, and first-come-first-served manner, preventing system delays by optimizing the efficiency of traffic control.