Council Smart Trees community consultation
Closing date: 20 Nov 2020
The Council’s Smart Trees project is an integrated park management and monitoring system, which has been in development since 2018. Council is seeking the community views on suggested designs, please vote and/or provide comment on the concept drawings below.
Designed to look like a tree, in providing both shade and aesthetics, this piece of community infrastructure provides real time data and intelligence to Council to enable better management of public spaces. For example, the tree can feed back information on park usage data, water efficiency and security or CCTV aspects, as well as providing WIFI and hub ability for public use.
Project partners include Alice Springs Town Council, Commonwealth Government and Ekistica (as project consultants). This is (approx.) $1million dollars project funded by the Commonwealth and Council.
A basic prototype has been installed at Frank McEllister park, this prototype is not the final design for the trees however will provide Council with valuable information towards the next stage of development and expansion of the trees across the community. Council is seeking community feedback on the concept design as below.
Please select a preferred design concept images — 1, 2, 3, 4 — in the below survey. If you’d like to provide any further thoughts please use the comment section below or email [email protected]astc.nt.gov.au. Council thanks you for your time in completing this survey.
Privacy statement: Submitted surveys are anonymous and personal information will not be kept on file. A report regarding the survey results will be collated and may be made public on Council’s website or via reports.
Note: final design may differ (depending on logistics, requirement and community feedback)
Consultation dates: 9am Monday 26 October and closes 5pm Friday 20 November 2020
Fill out the survey?
This survey is closed.