1 The Making of Smart Cities: Working Together Carlos E. Jiménez Chair, IEEE Computer Society e-government STC IEEE Smart Cities Committee ITU/UNESCO Forum on Smart Sustainable Cities Montevideo, March
3 Defining Smart Sustainable Cities AREA GENERAL AIMS INTERVENTIONS Information I n c r e a s i n g t h e transparency of municipal management. Encouraging social use of public data. Promoting innovation and the economic fabric. Infrastructure Providing direct access to the network and, also, to information and services managed through the online platform ubiquity. Source: Barcelona City Council Smart Services Human Capital Provision and management of public services via i n t e r n e t - b a s e d applications and devices. To a t t r a c t t a l e n t a n d companies in the Knowledge Based Economy (KBE) related industries. Sensorisation of urban elements, i.e. Traffic: installation of cameras in public spaces; magnetic loops and Bluetooth sensors to control the volume, speed and flow, etc. Creation of a unified platform for management: a d m i n i s t ra t i v e p r o c e d u r e s t h r o u g h e l e c t r o n i c applications such as e-contracte, e-document, esignature, inspection, e-files, licensing work files, etc. OpenData BCN project: a platform which makes all municipal government data available to everyone, except those aspects of information subject to privacy. Special Infrastructure Plan: 325 km. of optical fiber, mainly used for internal communications both data and voice by the local police, the fire department and municipal buildngs, as well as traffic management. Free public WiFi service offered through 416 access points located inside municipal facilities. Barcelona virtual office: website to sort out administrative procedures for citizens and companies. ibicing: application for mobile phones to help users of the public rental bicycles service to locate bike stations and verify the availability of units. Urban transformation of the district. Policies. Source: Gavaldà & Ribera-Fumaz (2012) 3
4 Defining Smart Sustainable Cities From Digital City to Smart City nowadays: Smart City's Strategy in Barcelona has been embedded in the progressive ICT (and urbanization) adoption along the years. Sources: Barcelona City Council 4 New: February 2014
5 Defining Smart Sustainable Cities! Balanced and Optimized System of Systems Source: Barcelona City Council Source: Barcelona City Council 5
6 Defining Smart Sustainable Cities! Balanced and Optimized System of Systems Source: Barcelona City Council 6
7 Defining Smart Sustainable Cities! Strategy and plans (continuity)! Mechanism to use ICT strategically! Technology as enabler! Layers: People/Information/City Structure! Transversal projects (intelligent data )! Vertical projects (open government )! Collaboration (Public, Private and People )! Test in Laboratory (Tech Urban Labs ) 7
8 Questions! Some questions: Are we measuring and evaluating? If yes what are we measuring? What metrics are we using? Do we have a maturity model? What we know about our technologies? Do we have standards? Are we having the highest knowledge level about the options? Will we interoperate? Do we have security? Are we educating?! Some answers. 8
9 IEEE Smart Cities 9
10 IEEE Smart Cities Government CIO IEEE Society & Cityzenship The IEEE holistic view: strategy, standarization, alignment, education, evolution, SUSTAINABILITY 10
11 IEEE Smart Cities! Some highlights Technology as a tool, not as an end (defined targets) Standards and aligned systems' plans. Strategy, planning and evaluation. (management) E-Government (Open-Smart) & e-governance P 4 :Public, Private & People Partnership (collaboration) Education (Institutions have to be educated too) Continuity, even if political changes (evolution) Citizens' & city needs: target (citizen involvement) 11
12 IEEE Smart Cities! IEEE is assisting in managing transition to Smart City in Key Partnership with ITU: Funding Municipalities' Projects Educating & Teaching: Technologies Assisting & Advising: Standards & Technologies' alignment Promoting P 4 (Public, Private & People Partnership) Holistic Knowledge & View 12
13 13 IEEE Smart Cities Workshops City-specific Panels Distinguished Lecturers Education/Training Course Development MOOCs Graduate Student Support Masters and PhD Smart Cities Program Ongoing Activities On-line Technical Community Follow-on Conferences Web Portal/Data Repository Open Data Framework Knowledge and Experts Network
14 IEEE Smart Cities! Measuring Smart Cities! Qualitative and quantitative approaches! Neutrality. No seconds intentions! Sharing criteria and results! Partnership! Educating and training! Free of cost advisory for institutions 14
15 15 IEEE Urbanization Challenge: Guadalajara Has a concrete plan and funds to become a Smart City Local constituency welcomes IEEE involvement Local authorities have interest in sharing experiences at the international level and becoming a path leader Local IEEE Chapter and Section has assumed local responsibility for the project Local university interested in working the Smart Cities space as well as some form of local industry commitment
16 IEEE Urbanization Challenge: Guadalajara! Workshop - Pilot event October 2013; Guadalajara, Mexico In collaboration with Ciudad Creativa Digital (CCD), IEEE Guadalajara section, and the local IT industry chamber FDC funded Program content 4 Panels, 8 talks, 6 whitepaper working groups Topics include: physical infrastructure, information infrastructure, big data, data visualization, societal impact, cyber security, public policy. Workshop Attended by 70 people from academia, industry and government Participation of ITU and EIT ICT LABS Agreed talks recorded and slides available on web site: Several ideas and issues emerged through working teams Creation of a White Document under progress. Expected public availability in January To be presented at the Guadalajara Municipality and State Government Potential to become an Open Air Live Lab
17 IEEE Urbanization Challenge: Guadalajara Peer review process.. 6 Working groups: PHI Physical Infrastructure IOT Internet of Things ODF DAV MTX EDU Open Data Framework Data Analytics & Visualization Metrics for Smart Cities Education for Smart Cities First goal to achieve the whitepapers from the Kickoff Focus to Identify local pragmatic & social impact group issues for each working
18 Building Smart Sustainable Cities! If you are thinking on building a Smart Sustainable City Strategy Plans Partnership (Academia+Industry+Government+IEEE)! IEEE Smart Cities is looking for municipalities to continue ahead. Maybe yours can be interested? Contact us! IEEE: Fostering Technological Innovation & Excellence for the Benefit of Humanity 18
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