IJSRP, Volume 10, Issue 6, June 2020 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Enriko Horas Marudut Panggabean, Indrawati
City management in the future, of course, will be increasingly complex due to the rate of population growth, urbanization, the limited number of natural resources, and other factors. One solution to deal with this problem is the application of the smart city concept, namely a city development model that has high effectiveness and efficiency functions with the support of technological developments. Smart city consists of many dimensions, one of which smart water, which is mostly initiated by cities including the city of Bandung. The purpose of this research is to confirm the model and get the index value of smart water readiness in the city of Bandung. The water cycle (raw water resources, production, distribution, consumption of clean water and waste water collection and treatment) plays an integral part of the urban system, which affects every pillar of urban society and its functions, produces energy ,supports tourism ,ensures the realization of environmental health and humans, and ultimately can trigger the development of the local economy (ITU-T, Smart Water In Cities,2014).Indirectly increasing convergence such as encouraging urban growth.