1 Smart & Integrated City Planning Danish Royal visit to Germany 2015 Pete Daw, Cities Projects Developer Answers for infrastructure and cities.
2 The Crystal a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens The Crystal home to Siemens global Center of Competence for Cities A benchmark for sustainable buildings; the Crystal is the first building in the world to achieve the highest certifications both according to BREEAM and LEED Hosts the largest exhibition on Urban Sustainability globally showcasing technological solutions to build sustainable, liveable and prosperous cities. Page 2
3 > 70 City Account Managers and Global CoC Cities in London with hubs in the US and China Page 3
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5 Buenos aires Restricted Siemens AG 20XX All rights reserved. Answers for infrastructure and cities.
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7 Megatrends How globalization is transforming our world Global trade Between 2000 and 2012 the total volume of global trade tripled. Global trade volume tripled between 2000 and 2012 ~80% Supply chains account for of global trade Multinational companies The supply chains of global companies account for about 80% of global trade. Growth of emerging markets By 2030, China will have overtaken the U.S. as the world s largest economy, and Brazil will overtake Japan. By 2030 China will be the world s largest economy Page 7
8 Veränderungen in der Kommunikation Page 8
9 Veränderungen in der Kommunikation Page 9
10 Answers for infrastructure and cities.
11 The way cities develop impacts on the environment Page 11
12 Integration Increased intelligence Automated processes IT and automation help to reap the full potential of urban infrastructures We combine engineering and data competence Portfolio examples Infrastructure IT Software applications (Big) data analytics Automation Communication systems Decision logic Field equipment Sensors Actuators Decision support Platform integration Device control Status and alarms Transmit data Act on response Traffic management Demand response Building Energy Mgt. Command & control Train control Outage management Building automation Fire protection panel Traffic signal Train brakes Room sensor Fire detector Benefits Makes better use of existing infrastructure Increases efficiency Reduces operation costs Improves safety, resiliency and reduces risk Environmental benefits Power supply Power distribution Integrated power systems Power management Power monitoring Circuit breaker Substation Storage Page 12
13 The City performance Tool (CyPT) City Data + City Targets CITY PERFORMANCE TOOL 73 Technology Levers CyPT expert, CiAM and the city collaborate to input city-specific data and city targets into the CyPT. Technology 1 Technology 2 Technology 3 Technology 4 CyPT expert and CiAM work with the city to determine appropriate infrastructure tech. for achieving targets CO2 (eq.) Reduction NOx Reduction PM10 Reduction Jobs Creation Page 13 Results in a comparative analysis of env. and eco. impacts of infrastructure tech. on the city.
14 City Performance Tool First Cities Vienna Munich Riverside Nanjing New Bedford Comparing traditional technologies with cutting edge solutions - Vienna 2025 strategy Identifying the most cost effective technologies to realize its goal to be a 2000W society Identifying the most impactful technologies to help shape its Climate Action Plan Quantifying the benefits of transport and building technologies for the 2014 Youth Olympic Games Identifying ways to harness technology to strengthen its economy and improve sustainability. London Copenhagen Helsinki Minneapolis Page 14
15 European versus a North American City Lever Implementation Rate Energy Wind power 30% Transport Metro line 1 E-Bus 30% Hybrid electric bus 30% E-Car 20% Hybrid electric cars 20% Car sharing 1 Electrical taxi 70% Freight e-highway 30% Residential Wall insulation 3% Glazing 3% Non Residential Assumptions: Population: 1m Population growth: 0.5% 75% of GHG emissions are from buildings and 25% from transport. 1/3 of PM10 from energy related consumption in buildings and 2/3 from transport Efficient lighting technology 8% Demand oriented Lighting 8% Page 15
16 Cost & Benefits European North American Investment: 3,7bn Savings in 2025: GHG: 20%, NOx, PM 10 : each 15%, Investment: 8,4bn Savings in 2025: GHG: 30%, NOx, PM 10 each 22%, Page 16
17 We are working on urban intelligent infrastructures of the future Grid talks to buildings Urban and interurban mobility connects people and places Power coming from renewable sources IT connects the parts Intermodal transportation solutions for everybody Decentralized energy generation and storage Intelligent buildings with zero emissions Page 17
18 Contact Thank you Peter Daw Urban Development Center of Competence Cities London Page 18
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