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©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  2	  Data	  have	  become	  sexy	  –	  do	  you	  want	  to	  be?	  “Data Scientist: The Sexi...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  3	  Working	  harder	  is	  not	  smarter…..	  Innova/on	  wanted,	  needed	  and	  possible...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  4	  
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  5	  Ci/zens	  are	  placing	  increasing	  demands	  on	  leaders	  Evolu/on	  of	  Value	  ...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  6	  Leaders	  create	  opportuni<es	  from	  today’s	  harsh	  reali/es	  Declining	  Budget...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  7	  Planning	  and	  Management	  Design	  and	  implement	  a	  city	  plan	  to	  realize	...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  8	  …engaging	  ci)zens	  and	  businesses	  Reaching	  beyond	  city	  hall	  to	  collabor...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  9	  Liaising	  with	  social	  services	  enables	  early	  interven<on	  Easing	  traffic	  c...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  10	  Enables	  leaders	  to	  be4er	  serve	  ci)zens	  and	  businesses	  in	  a	  rapidly	...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  11	  Smarter	  Transporta/on	  customers	  realizing	  real	  results	  Finnish	  Transport	...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  12	  Smarter	  Energy	  customers	  realizing	  real	  results	  Model	  City	  Mannheim	  s...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  13	  NYPD	  	  provides	  mobile	  access	  to	  more	  than	  120	  million	  criminal	  co...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  14	  Alameda	  County	  Social	  Services	  	  realizes	  $24	  million	  in	  savings	  due...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  15	  Data	  have	  become	  sexy	  “Data Scientist: The SexiestJob of the 21st Century”Thoma...
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  16	  
©	  2013	  IBM	  Corpora/on	  17	  IBM	  Today:	  Building	  Smarter	  Ci/es	  IBM has 425,000employees worldwide55% of IB...
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Short presentation about smarter cities and why data scientist are in for the treat - having the sexiest jobs in the world. Presented on the Smarter Planet Comes To You tour @ Copenhagen University campus on May 21, 2013

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  1. 1. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  Smarter  Ci/es:  Crea/ng  opportuni/es  through  leadership  and  innova/on          SPC2U            Anders  Quitzau,  Innova7on  Execu7ve                                    about.me/andersquitzau  May    2013  
  2. 2. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  2  Data  have  become  sexy  –  do  you  want  to  be?  “Data Scientist: The SexiestJob of the 21st Century”Thomas H. Davenport and D.J. PatilMobile Application Developer Named“Best Computer Job for the Future”
  3. 3. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  3  Working  harder  is  not  smarter…..  Innova/on  wanted,  needed  and  possible  URBANISATIONIn 2050 70% of humanpopulition live in cities.In1812 there were 2 cites> 1 mill inhabitants. Todaymore than 450.Cites are micro cosmosesof the planetINSTRUMENTEDBillions of sensors, smartphones,…SocietyBIG DATATo konw what we dio notknow, we already knowINTERCONNECTEDInternet of things and beingsINTELLIGENTFilter, understand, predict, respondTechnology New InsightsVariability  Volume   Volocity  Veracity  OPEN DATAEngage and empower
  4. 4. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  4  
  5. 5. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  5  Ci/zens  are  placing  increasing  demands  on  leaders  Evolu/on  of  Value  Leaders    Deliver  Ci/zens  Demand  Time  Lifestyle,  Health  Jobs,  Educa/on    Water,  Energy    Buildings,  Roads  Prosperity  Opportunity  Convenience  Security  For  the  first  /me  in  human  history  the  majority  of  the  world’s  popula<on    lives  in  urban  areas.                                                                                                                  WorldBank.org  3  billion  people  –  half  the  world’s  popula/on  –  live  in  ci/es  Two-­‐thirds  of  all  people  will  live  in  ci/es  by  2050  Almost  180,000  people  move  into  ci/es  each  day  
  6. 6. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  6  Leaders  create  opportuni<es  from  today’s  harsh  reali/es  Declining  Budgets  Increasing  Threats  Changing  Popula/ons  Aging  Infrastructure  Innova/on  Investment  Community  Sustainability  
  7. 7. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  7  Planning  and  Management  Design  and  implement  a  city  plan  to  realize  full  poten/al  for  ci/zens  and  businesses;  while  efficiently  running  daily  opera/ons  Infrastructure  Deliver  efficient  fundamental  city  services  that  make  a  city    desirable  for  ci/zens  Human  Provide  effec/ve  services  that  support  the  economic,  social  and  health  needs  of  ci/zens  Leaders  must  innovate  across  services  to  meet  and  exceed  ci<zen  expecta<ons  InfrastructureHumanPlanning andManagementGovernment  and  Agency  Administra<on  Environmental    Social  and  Health  Transporta<on  Energy    and  Water  Educa<on  Public  Safety  Urban  Planning      
  8. 8. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  8  …engaging  ci)zens  and  businesses  Reaching  beyond  city  hall  to  collaborate  and  integrate…  Ci<zen  Groups  Businesses  Other  levels  of  Government  Universi<es  Hospitals  Security  Agencies  Not  for  Profits  Developers  InfrastructureHumanPlanning andManagement
  9. 9. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  9  Liaising  with  social  services  enables  early  interven<on  Easing  traffic  conges<on  improves  emergency  response  Lower  crime  increases  use  of  public    transit  Enhanced  quality  of  water  improves  health  …enabling  interconnec/ons  across  systems  to  improve  outcomes  U<li<es  Healthcare  Water  Transporta<on  Govt  Services  &  Educa<on  Public  Safety  
  10. 10. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  10  Enables  leaders  to  be4er  serve  ci)zens  and  businesses  in  a  rapidly  changing  world    Leveraging  informa/on    to  make  be]er  decisions  An<cipa<ng  problems  to  resolve  them  proac/vely  Coordina<ng  resources    and  processes  to    operate  effec/vely  The  concept  of  Smart  to  provide  sustainable  economic  growth  and  enhanced  quality  of  life  InfrastructureHumanPlanning andManagement
  11. 11. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  11  Smarter  Transporta/on  customers  realizing  real  results  Finnish  Transport  Agency  transforms  78,000  km  of  roadway  data  into  insights  to  enhance  safety  and  opera/onal  efficiency  Integrate  and  analyze  exis<ng  roadway  data    to  improve  road  maintenance  and  make  the  countrys  motorways  safer  and  easier  to  navigate  A  city  in  China      improves  bus  scheduling    99%  with  changes  to  routes  and  schedules  in  seconds  instead  of  hours    Improve  bus  system  on-­‐<me  performance  and  more  accurate  scheduling  with  sensor  technology  and  business  analy<cs    Singapore  Land  Transport  Authority  reduces  traffic  conges/on  and  reduces  fares  for  68%  of    commuters!Forecast  traffic  condi<ons  up  to  60  minutes  into  the  future  to  help  prevent  traffic  conges<on  before  it  occurs    Swedish  Road  Administra<on  pilot  reduced  traffic  by  25%  in  the  center  of  Stockholm  and  generated  an  es/mated  €50  Million  in  new  revenue  Break  gridlock  with  a  smart  road  use  management  system  that  employs  advanced  automa<c  license  plate  recogni<on  (ALPR)  and  radio  frequency  iden<fica<on  (RFID)    
  12. 12. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  12  Smarter  Energy  customers  realizing  real  results  Model  City  Mannheim  smart  grid  framework  shi^s  up  to  8%  of  energy  demand  to  off-­‐peak,  and  reduces  consumer  costs  up  to  5%    Devise  a  marketplace  of  smart  grid  services,  spurred  by  Germany’s  call  for  an  “energy  system  of  the  future”  Small  U.S.  city  helps  reduce  electricity  usage  by  as  much  as  11%  with  a  conserva/on  portal  pilot  program  Public  ligh<ng  u<lity  in  India  improves  control  over  10,000  street  lamps,  reducing  costs  up  to  20%  annually  and  decreasing  electricity  usage  by  20%  Give  engineers  analy<cs  to  an<cipate  repairs  and  deliver  reliable  service,  crea<ng  a  reliable  ligh<ng  grid  that  saves  money  and  contributes  to  the  city’s  livability  Empower  households  to  beger  control  use  and  reduce  costs  by  combining    social  networking,  cloud  compu<ng  and  sophis<cated  analy<cs  Monitor  260,000+  meters  and  instruments  on  the  grid,  and  automa<cally  dispatch  a  field  operator  when  outages  occur  Italian  power  company  reduces  outage  /mes  by  50%  by  automa/cally  pinpoin/ng  the  loca/on  and  reason  for  the  problem  Example  
  13. 13. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  13  NYPD    provides  mobile  access  to  more  than  120  million  criminal  complaints,  arrests  and  911  records    Relay  cri<cal  data  instantly  to  officers  at  the  scene;  what  once  took  days  now  takes  minutes  Memphis    Police  Dept    reduces  crime  19%  over  four  years  Use  predic<ve  analy<cs  to  reduce  crime  without  a  propor<onal  increase  in  staff  –  while  expanding    coverage  area  The  City  of  Madrid    Emergency  Response  Agency  improves  response  /me  by  15%  Establish  an  integrated  communica<on  system  that  enhances  situa<onal  awareness  United  Kingdom  Ministry  of  Jus<ce    analyzes  4  million  records  from  within  140  prisons  Share  key  informa<on  on  criminals  among  agency  staff  to  help  an<cipate  future  problems  and  plan  interven<on  programs    Public  Safety  customers  realizing  real  results  Example  
  14. 14. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  14  Alameda  County  Social  Services    realizes  $24  million  in  savings  due  to  fraud  and  waste  reduc/ons,  a  631%  return  on  investment  Deploy  an  integrated  repor<ng  system  to  achieve  visibility  and  avoid  overpayments  WorkCover  SA  achieves,  no  touch,  end  to  end  processing  for  more  than  20,000  claims  annually  Improve  service  delivery  and    opera<onal  efficiency  for  workers  compensa<on    French  Na<onal  Family  Allowances  Fund    achieves  35%  produc/vity  gain  by  providing  an  integrated  view  of  data  from  123  service  branches  Create  an  integrated,  single  view  to  improve  produc<vity  and  efficiency  of  services  UK  Department    of  Work  and  Pensions  reduces  processing  /me  by  4  days  as  providers  no  longer  need  to  sort  through  112,000  pages  of  applica/ons  daily  Develop  a  paperless  system  to  reduce  processing  <me  Social  Program  customers  realizing  real  results  Example  
  15. 15. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  15  Data  have  become  sexy  “Data Scientist: The SexiestJob of the 21st Century”Thomas H. Davenport and D.J. PatilMobile Application Developer Named“Best Computer Job for the Future”
  16. 16. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  16  
  17. 17. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  17  IBM  Today:  Building  Smarter  Ci/es  IBM has 425,000employees worldwide55% of IBM’sWorkforce is new to thecompanyin the last 5 years ~ 120acquisitions since 2001Revenue BreakdownServices – 44%Software – 41%Hardware – 15%Number 1 in patent generationfor 20 consecutive years ~ 6,478US patents awarded in 2012#1 company for leaders (Fortune)#1 green company worldwide (Newsweek)#2 best global brand (Interbrand)#2 most respected company (Barrons)#5 most admired company (Fortune)Corporate Recognition 2012‘000s of Smarter Cities engagementsSmarter Cities Research Lab in Dublin
  18. 18. ©  2013  IBM  Corpora/on  18  h]p://www.ibm.com/smarterci/es  
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