Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is already one of the smartest cities in the world. More than 95% of its residents have 4G and 5G access, and the town has free Wi-Fi at more than 100,000 hotspots. The city is now considering establishing a metaverse across all sections of city government. This city -wide metaverse ecosystem is known as “Metaverse Seoul”.
The project uses digital twins, virtual reality and collaboration with the goal of improving city services, planning and administration, as well as promoting the city’s virtual tourism.
The development of the Metaverse Seoul ecosystem is already underway. Users can now create avatars on the platform and explore a virtual entertainment in the mayor’s office.
The city’s long-term vision for the metaverse ecosystem is to combine support for business development services, education, and provide support for city services, including filing complaints, solicitation. real estate information and tax declaration. The town administration hopes to make the metaverse an open and free service for citizens.
The city says the project aims to make it easier for residents to connect government services and each other. The project also aims to overcome the limitations of time, space and language. Finally, through the metaverse ecosystem, the city aims to explore new ways to improve user satisfaction and experience.
The metaverse platform aims to help consolidate access to city services. The platform will also allow the city to easily simplify and expand services that use 3D digital twins to improve the city’s public infrastructure, report fires, and improve access to local safety images.
There is, for example, an S-Map service with digital twin for real-time fire monitoring, city planning as well as air flow analysis. The platform also has a security service, Ansimi App, that connects users to Seoul police departments and police can use camera feeds and location data to facilitate investigations.
The team has a five -year plan to increase platform capabilities in a number of key areas. The Metaverse Seoul ecosystem already offers a business services portal that provides a place for startups in the metaverse where they can showcase new business ideas as well as services.
There is also an education portal with 34 campus towns that provide teaching, networking, and collaboration opportunities.
There is virtual tourism available to local and international tourists to try out the current and historical attractions.
In the future, Metaverse Seoul will also have the infrastructure to support major festivals and exhibitions at the city’s museum.
Many major players in the metaverse are already thinking of this as a future workplace and this project also wants to integrate virtual coworking spaces that will allow city citizens to work remotely in this metaverse as they do now in one. real office.
Going forward, the projects want to add an “AI-powered civil servant” who will work in a metaverse office and collaborate with others to deliver public services, according to CIO Jong-Soo Park of the City’s Policy Office. Seoul Smart City.
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