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BANGKOK 19 June 2019 16:00
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Nimmanhaemin Rd. chosen as pilot to transform Chiang Mai into a smart city

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More Bullshit; they didn't say what year in October it will start and their 'one year' completion plan will end up as a Decade !

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45 minutes ago, cmsally said:

I think this is actually called infrastructure. What is "smart" about it?

As for the CCTV I think they already have that.

Yes they do have CCTV but a couple of years ago some bar steward crashed into my parked car and did a runner, I went to the police station opposite the zoo and asked them to look at the tape, apparently the camera that was pointing in the direction of my car was not working! I suspect that they couldn't be arsed as I had told them that it was fully insured and they replied, so what's the problem.

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Yeah yeah, I heard that before with underground cables at Nimman.

Do they install the new pipes and cables before or after the Chiang Mai tram/train system?

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The key element of the smart city project is the sharing of business information among the private sector, which remains to be realized because of their reluctance to share confidential information

 

Sounds like their the smartest kids on the smart city block.

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11 hours ago, teacherofwoe said:

If there are planning on a 5G smart grid, neither I or my family will be going anywhere near Nimmanhaemin Road.

You can bet your life they are. Along with a smart environment, smart economy, smart energy, smart mobility and smart governance etc.

 

Smart people will instantly recognise the language as from the Smart Growth element of the UN Agenda21/Agenda2030 programme. This little-publicised plan seeks to control and manage all the world's assets - not least its people.

 

Thailand is the ASEAN coordinator for the programme's so-called Sustainable Development Goals, of which the smart cities initiative is a part. Its implications go far beyond just burying a few power cables, laying new water pipes and fixing broken paving stones.

 

This link includes a revealing video from the US, at the sharp end of the Agenda21/2030 global roll-out: http://iagenda21.com/

 

 

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46 minutes ago, Krataiboy said:

You can bet your life they are. Along with a smart environment, smart economy, smart energy, smart mobility and smart governance etc.

 

Smart people will instantly recognise the language as from the Smart Growth element of the UN Agenda21/Agenda2030 programme. This little-publicised plan seeks to control and manage all the world's assets - not least its people.

 

Thailand is the ASEAN coordinator for the programme's so-called Sustainable Development Goals, of which the smart cities initiative is a part. Its implications go far beyond just burying a few power cables, laying new water pipes and fixing broken paving stones.

 

This link includes a revealing video from the US, at the sharp end of the Agenda21/2030 global roll-out: http://iagenda21.com/

 

 

Way ahead of you bro, but thanks for posting the link.

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Toronto's Smart City plan is facing increasing opposition due to concerns over privacy and data harvesting.

 

“It is a dystopian vision that has no place in a democratic society.”

 

See Guardian article: 'Surveillance capitalism': critic urges Toronto to abandon smart city project.

https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2019/jun/06/toronto-smart-city-google-project-privacy-concerns

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Are we talking about a Smart city / Nimman here or are we talking about regular maintenance of infrastructure and big brother equipment

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

famous for its rich culture

Sadly, CM is (in)famous for something else.

 

Anyway, I stay clear of Nimman as much as possible already, and the reason is not the overhanging cables.

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At last, a city smarter than its inhabitants. Next we will be hearing about Thailands ambition to land the first tuk tuk on the moon.

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18 hours ago, Krataiboy said:

You can bet your life they are. Along with a smart environment, smart economy, smart energy, smart mobility and smart governance etc.

 

Smart people will instantly recognise the language as from the Smart Growth element of the UN Agenda21/Agenda2030 programme. This little-publicised plan seeks to control and manage all the world's assets - not least its people.

 

Thailand is the ASEAN coordinator for the programme's so-called Sustainable Development Goals, of which the smart cities initiative is a part. Its implications go far beyond just burying a few power cables, laying new water pipes and fixing broken paving stones.

 

This link includes a revealing video from the US, at the sharp end of the Agenda21/2030 global roll-out: http://iagenda21.com/

 

 

If you're interested, there is a global petition to stop 5g. The Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki has just signed and endorsed it. Please take the time to read it (do your own research if need be) and share with everyone you know.

Here's the link; it's been translated to over 25 languages but not Thai yet.

 

https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal

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