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Smart Cities: efficient,
connected and integrated
• Chair: Ian Short, Chief Executive, Institute for
Sustainability
• Dr Rick Robinson, Smart Cities Executive Architect, IBM
• Vin Sumner, Managing Director, Clicks and Links
• Lean Doody, Associate, Arup
Main Theatre / Salisbury
www.ibm.com/smartercities
Digital Platforms for Smarter City Marketmaking
21st June 2012
Rick Robinson
Executive Architect, Office of the CTO, IBM Software Group Europe
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http://www.newscientist.com/issue/2678
http://royalsociety.org/policy/projects/people-planet/report/
http://www.e-skills.com/insights2010
Photo of Dhaka, Bangladesh by Ahron de Leeuw http://www.flickr.com/photos/ahron/148314949/
Why do Smarter Cities matter?
There are a lot of us
already, and more every
day:
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The UK is the most densely
populated major country in
Europe.
•
In 2010, the UK population
grew by 409,000 – one third of
the total population growth in
the EU.
•
The world cannot support
continuing GDP growth at the
current level of usage of
natural resources
Most of us live in urban
areas:
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More than 50% of the
world’s population, and
more than 90% of the
UK’s, now live in urban
areas.
•
Cities are importers of
resources including food,
energy water, labour and
skills.
•
City supply chains are
congested and vulnerable
to disruption.
We are not prepared for the competitive global society of the future:
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Whilst future economic growth is expected to be highly dependent on technology, less than 20% of
people hired to do IT jobs in the UK acquire their IT skills in the education system.
•
Despite the evolution of internet and pervasive technologies, many people do not have access to
technology, education and opportunity.
© 2012 IBM Corporation
http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/innovationstudies/researchthemes/ourprojects/platforms
Smarter Cities are new markets for new things ...
Photograph of chocolate printer by Jason Bauman
http:[email protected]/6167798093/
... and new technology and financial platforms will make them work.
© 2012 IBM Corporation
http://www.cloudpro.co.uk/cloud-essentials/private-cloud/3555/sunderland-cloud-implementation-points-way-local-councils
http://theurbantechnologist.com/2011/11/18/building-a-smarter-city-on-the-cloud-in-sunderland/
http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-7YJM5P?OpenDocument
https://www-304.ibm.com/connections/blogs/ibmireland/entry/innovative_new_data_sharing_network_to_create_commercial_opportunities1
Smarter Cities are new markets for new things ...
Smarter access to opportunities for growth for Social Enterprise and SMEs in
Sunderland, Dublin and Wuxi
... and new technology and financial platforms will make them work.
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http://www-01.ibm.com/software/success/cssdb.nsf/CS/STRD-7YJM5P?OpenDocument
Smarter Cities are new markets for new things ...
Smarter sustainable communities in Dubuque
... and new technology and financial platforms will make them work.
© 2012 IBM Corporation
http://www.medwayyouthtrust.org/91.html
Smarter Cities are new markets for new things ...
Smarter access to opportunity in Medway
... and new technology and financial platforms will make them work.
© 2012 IBM Corporation
http://www.ibm.com/software/industry/intelligent-oper-center/
A Platform for Cities: Intelligent Operations Centre
A platform for innovation
Apps
Apps
Apps
Programming APIs
Analytics
Visualization
Intelligent Operations Center
Dashboards
Predictive
Systems
Modeling &
Simulation
Alerts
Event Rules
Semantic Models
Workflows
City Archives
Alerts
KPI’s
Directives
Reports/
Analysis
Advanced Visual
Features
Service Bus
Standards Based
Interfaces
Gateway
Gateway
Gateway
Gateway
Gateway
Data Integration
Other Feeds:
A platform for
integration
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Utilities
Transport
Public
Safety
Human
Services
Buildings
• Weather
• Citizens
• Environmental
Quality
• Financials
• …
© 2012 IBM Corporation
www.ibm.com/smartercities
We need to build Smarter Cities ...
 Smarter cities need to be joined-up and forward-thinking.
 While new technologies create new opportunities, Smarter Cities are
about people.
 Sustainable smarter cities will need sustainable financial models.
… together.
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Smart Cities: efficient,
connected and integrated
Vin Sumner, Managing Director, Clicks and Links
Main Theatre / Salisbury
© 2012 IBM Corporation
Green Digital Cities
Base London
21st June 2012
Vin Sumner
Clicks and Links Ltd
Cities as Catalysts and Leaders
A Green Shift
Green Digital
ICT that is more
energy efficient
Global Footprint 2 to 3%
Opportunities for Efficiencies
–Low Energy Devices
–Green Data Centres
–Energy Efficient
Networks
Green Procurement
Possible Increase in Energy Use
A Green Shift
Green Digital
ICT that is more
energy efficient
Global Footprint 2 to 3%
Opportunities for Efficiencies
–Low Energy Devices
–Green Data Centres
–Energy Efficient
Networks
Green Procurement
Possible Increase in Energy Use
ICT that enables
new energy
efficient processes
Smart Transport
Smart Buildings
Lighting
Smart Manufacturing
Smart Grids
15% Savings (Smart 2020)
A Green Shift
Green Digital
ICT that is more
energy efficient
Global Footprint 2 to 3%
Opportunities for Efficiencies
–Low Energy Devices
–Green Data Centres
–Energy Efficient
Networks
Green Procurement
Possible Increase in Energy Use
ICT that enables
new energy
efficient processes
ICT that drives new
values and
behaviours
Smart Transport
Measurement
Smart Buildings
Change Behaviours
Lighting
Restructuring
Smart Manufacturing
Low Carbon Activity
Smart Grids
Enabling Infrastructure
Smart Consumption Space
15% Savings (Smart 2020)
25% Savings ?
Green Digital Charter
Clicks and Links / Manchester
Initiative
Taken forward by EUROCITIES
and European Commission
Commits cities to reduce
emissions through ICT
Promotes progress in tackling
climate change through the
innovative use of digital
technologies in cities
Commitments
•Work with Green Digital Charter
signatories on ICT & energy efficiency
•Deploy 5 large-scale ICT pilots per city
within 5 years
•Decrease ICT’s direct carbon footprint
per city by 30% within 10 years
Charter Signatories
60%
carbon
reduction
by 2026
Birmingham
NiCE Project
To establish a replicable implementation and
monitoring structure for the Green Digital Charter
To transfer the monitoring and implementation
framework to cities and deliver practical support for
accelerated achievement of GDC commitments in a
sustainable way
To double the number of GDC signatory cities,
facilitate exchange with similar initiatives in China,
and engage with key stakeholders to be involved as
implementation partners
FP7 Funded
EUROCITIES/Clicks and Links / Manchester CC/ IOER
NiCE Approach
GDC TOOLKIT
Action Framework
Action Tools Catalogue
Reporting tools (GDC, CoM, ICT)
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SUPPORT TO CITIES
GDC Contact Point
Technical trainings
Study tours
OUTREACH
Roadshows
Cooperation with CoM
Focus on China
ADVISORY GROUPS: Reference Cities Group & Expert Advisory Board
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NiCE Approach
GDC TOOLKIT
Action Framework
Action Tools Catalogue
Reporting tools (GDC, CoM, ICT)
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• Roadmap: online
• Draft: June 2012
• Final: June 2013
SUPPORT TO CITIES
GDC Contact Point
Technical trainings
Study tours
OUTREACH
Roadshows
Cooperation with CoM
Focus on China
ADVISORY GROUPS: Reference Cities Group & Expert Advisory Board
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Green Digital Framework
NiCE Approach
GDC TOOLKIT
Action Framework
Action Tools Catalogue
Reporting tools (GDC, CoM, ICT)
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• “Measuring Green IT”
Belfast, 19 June 2012
• Study Tour Resource
Pack – August 2012
SUPPORT TO CITIES
GDC Contact Point
Technical trainings
Study tours
OUTREACH
Roadshows
Cooperation with CoM
Focus on China
ADVISORY GROUPS: Reference Cities Group & Expert Advisory Board
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NiCE approach
• Call for roadshows
• GDC and EU policies/funding
• Public-private cooperation on GDC
commitments
• Energy & Technology
GDC TOOLKIT
Action Framework
• Visibility events: Annual
Action Tools Catalogue
Reporting tools (GDC, CoM, ICT) ceremony, EUSEW, Open Days
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• EAST-WEST
SUPPORT TO CITIES Cyprus, 4 September 2012
"Green Digital Agenda in Smart Cities –
GDC Contact Point
European and Chinese cities leading by
Technical trainings
examples“
Study tours
OUTREACH
Roadshows
Cooperation with CoM
Focus on China
ADVISORY GROUPS: Reference Cities Group & Expert Advisory Board
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NiCE Approach
GDC TOOLKIT
Action Framework
Action Tools Catalogue
Reporting tools (GDC, CoM, ICT)
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SUPPORT TO CITIES
GDC
Contact Point
Reference Cities
Group
• Bologna, IT
Technical trainings
• Eindhoven, NL
Study tours
• Linkoping, SE
• Manchester, UK
• Warsaw, PL
• Yantai, China
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Expert Advisory Board
• Claus Barthel, Wuppertal Institute
• Dennis Pamlin, independent consultant
• Jess Page, Austrian institute of Technology
• Molly Webb, Climate Group
• Nicola Villa, CISCO
OUTREACH
Roadshows
Cooperation with CoM
Focus on China
ADVISORY GROUPS: Reference Cities Group & Expert Advisory Board
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City Projects
Green IT collaboration in the City of
Malmö
•Introduce a model for collaboration concerning
Green IT within the municipality departments in
the City of Malmö
Green AddICT Bristol
Carries information on ICT-based carbon
dioxide emissions in Bristol including case
studies on green businesses, carbon
calculators, and statistics on ICT carbon
and energy bills.
City Projects
Birmingham AIM HIGH project
Field test and evaluate the effectiveness of
digital technologies for energy saving such as
domestic smart meters, heating controls etc
in a testbed of 348 homes
Amsterdam Smart Challenge
Involve 11 organisations over 2 months using the
‘Wattcher’ to monitor their energy consumption,
thereby becoming more aware of their usage
and enabling them to save energy
Amsterdam Wattcher
Source: http://www.greenlaunches.com/gadgets-andtech/wattcher_to_curb_energy_consumption_at_home.php
City Projects
Nice Côte d’Azur Eco Valley
Bologna Traffic control centre
Development of a traffic control centre to
manage traffic in the metropolitan area.
This will improve traffic flow, provide
real-time traffic data, and contributing to
the development of municipal traffic
planning tools
Tallinn Real-time information system
Make up-to-date, reliable travel information
available to passengers in an effort to
increase ridership levels on public
transport.
providing seamless journeys for travelers by
coordinating and integrating different
methods of transport
Different pilots: intelligent parking, electric
car-sharing schemes and Near Field
Communication (NFC) technology around
ticketing and payment
City Projects
Energy Efficiency Public Lighting in Rijeka
97% of public lights in Rijeka are energy
efficient. City spends less energy per light and
has sustainable goal to reduce lighting
pollution
City of Burgas
Genoa ILLUMINATE
investigate the implementation of “smart”
lighting in high quality urban areas, with the
aim of piloting innovative solutions and achieve
both energy efficiency and improved quality of
light.
City of Rijeka
City Projects
Manchester Smart Environments
Enable residents to collect data about the city environment
through the use of wearable sensor technology as well as sensors
embedded in streets, buildings and green spaces.
Example: provide info as “at what time of day pollution is at a
high” or “how trees help improve the environment”
Eindhoven Ambient sensor network
Distributed control system for energy
management to achieve efficient energy use
Awarded the Living Labs Global Award in 2011
Eindhoven sensors
Source: http://www.llga.org/past_edition.php?idPastE=50&any=2011#
Signing the Charter
BENEFITS FOR SIGNATORIES:
Free trainings  priority
Financial support  travel and accommodation
Visibility  website, events
Prior access to GDC toolkit and support
www.greendigitalcharter.eu
@GDCharter
Future Cities
•Gamification •SME Platforms
•Alternative Currencies
Contacts
[email protected]
www.greendigitalcharter.eu
[email protected]
www.clicksandlinks.com
Twitter @vinsumner
Smart Cities: efficient,
connected and integrated
Lean Doody, Associate, Arup
Main Theatre / Salisbury

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