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    IT Forum 26.09.12 - Byerne - fremtidens Mekka for IT IT Forum 26.09.12 - Byerne - fremtidens Mekka for IT Presentation Transcript

    • Smartere Byer Anders Quitzau, Innovation Executive, Chief Technologist1
    • What’s happening out there? City Challenges & Opportunities Selected Smarter Cities Domains2
    • What’s happening out there?
    • The future is already here– its just not evenly distributed
    • Billions     of  RFID-­‐tags  and   sensors  embedded  into   our  world  and  across   ecosystems   Billions     of  camera  phones  5 5 INSTRUMENTED   © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 340.282.366.920.938.463.463.374.607.431.768.211.456   Connected  things   50   40   Billion   30   20   10   People   0   2003   2010   2015   2020   Source:  Cisco  IoT  2011  infographic  6
    • +2  billion     Internet-­‐subscribers   +20  billion     Connected  devices  7 7 7 INTERCONNECTED   © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Petaflop   Super  computers   Ze;abytes     of  Internet  traffic   ScienRsts  working  to  prevent     influenza  outbreaks,  model  the   IP-­‐traffic  exceeded  1  ZePabyte  in   viruses  with  a  super-­‐computer   2011  –  a  540.000x  increase  from   operaRng  at  one  petaflop   2003.  8 8 INTELLIGENT   © 2012 IBM Corporation
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    • I was thinking about defrosting today Arent you supposed to have left the house already by this time? I remind you that you have not eaten any greens for three days And my clothes? Whos going to dry them? I dripped all night! You should call the plumber Do not give me too Drink please. big a toast toast, this I’m getting cold time, eh? 10 Source:  Science  et  Vie  Junior  (hPp://www.svjlesite.fr/)   © 2012 IBM Corporation10
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    • Ambient Energy Orb Display energy consumption http://www.ambientdevices.com12
    • Erik  Fischer   The  Geotaggers’  World  Atlas:  Copenhagen    hPp://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/sets/72157623971287575/  13
    • Talking  Tree  hPp://talking-­‐tree.com/   14
    • 15 © 2012 IBM Corporation15
    • Our planet is a complex, dynamic and highly interrelated $54Trillion system-of-systems This chart shows ‘systems‘ (not ‘industries‘) Communication Transportation $ 3.96 Tn $ 6.95 Tn Education $ 1.36 Tn Water $ 0.13 Tn Leisure / Recreation / Electricity Clothing $ 2.94 Tn $ 7.80 Tn Global system-of-systems $54 Trillion (100% of WW 2008 GDP) Healthcare $ 4.27 Tn Infrastructure Legend for system inputs $ 12.54 Tn Note: Same Industry 1. Size of bubbles represents Business Support systems’ economic values IT Systems 2. Arrows represent the strength of Energy Resources systems’ interaction Machinery Finance Food Govt. & Safety 1 Tn Materials Source: IBV analysis based on OECD $ 4.58 Tn $ 5.21 Tn Trade $ 4.89 Tn16
    • The IT-opportunity in a Smarter planet is gigantic! Analytics $164 billion opportunity Cloud $181 billion opportunity Smarter Planet $66 billion opportunity Smarter Cities $20 billion opportunity17 17 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • City challenges & opportunities1
    • A world of intelligent cities: In 2007, and for the first time in history, the majority ofthe world population - 3.3 billion - was living in cities. By 2050, it is expected tobe 70% of the world population - approx. 6.4 billion people. 19 19 © 2011 IBM Corporation © 2012 IBM Corporation19
    • Byer vokser, men skaber også og fastholder vækst for hele landet §  Byer tiltrækker vidensarbejdere, kreative og entreprenante mennesker §  Høj koncentration af diversitet og ekspertise §  Byer kan etablere effektive netværk / platforme for virksomheder og investorer §  Hvor der er kapital, virksomheder og marked - sker der innovation §  Byer står for en stor del af landets værditilvækst 20 © 2012 IBM Corporation20
    • Overall Results §  Copenhagen performs well overall, ranking second among the cities analysed. §  Aarhus and Odense are close to the average. §  Stockholm is the top performing city.2 42 21 © 2012 IBM Corporation1
    • CITIZENS CITIESDEMAND DELIVER LIFESTYLE, PROSPERITY CULTURE JOBS, OPPORTUNITY EDUCATION WATER, CONVENIENCE ENERGY WALLS, SECURITY ROADS http://blua.tumblr.com/post/23146716862/climbing-the-ladder
    • Those ever increasing demands on the city presents a number ofhard challenges on the existing infrastructure and organisation Sustainability Investment Innovation Community Declining Increasing Budgets Threats Aging Changing Infrastructure Populations
    • Working harder is not sustainable Cities require innovative approaches25 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Smarter cities are cities that drive sustainable economic growth by… Leveraging information to make better decisions Anticipating problems to resolve them proactively Coordinating …increasing  the  value  ci0es  generate   resources to operate for  their  ci0zens  in  a  rapidly  changing   effectively economic  and  urban  world    26 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • The smartest cities integrate key services to minimize risks City Strategy & Administration Leveraging Anticipating problems information to make to resolve them better decisions proactively Healthcare Transportation Development   Governance   Services   Services   Education Human   Infrastructure   Energy and Services   Services   WaterCoordinating Prepare  for  problems    to  resources to operate Social Services Public Safety High impact issues require lead  quickly  and  effec0vely  effectively integration across departments when  they  inevitably  arise  27 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • The smartest cities communicate and integrate beyond city hall Hospitals Businesses Development   Governance   Universities Services   Services   Utilities Human   Infrastructure   Services   Services   Non-profits Citizens Engaged  ci0zens,  empowered   universi0es  and  enabled  businesses   help  drive  overall  economic  growth  28 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Selected Smarter City Domains
    • Intelligent Transportation30 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Denmark Smarter Planet So… will the bus be here in time? Within a few years, congested roadways will cost Denmark a double figured billion amount annually. In the greater Copenhagen area alone it is estimated that more than 160,000 hours are wasted every day due to waiting time in traffic.3 31 31 © 2012 IBM Corporation1
    • Building a smarter planet32 3 © 2011 IBM Corporation 2
    • Intelligent  TransportaRon  SoluRons  for  Smarter  CiRes   Intelligent  TransportaKon   Government  and  Agency   Urban  Planning       IntegraRng  the  most  repeatable  best   AdministraKon   pracKce  pa;erns  to  provide   transportaRon  leaders:   Planning and     Management Leveraging  informaKon:   Public  Safety   Environmental   • Citywide  visibility  across  enRre   transportaRon  network  and  city   services  to  improve  incident   Human response   Infrastructure AnKcipaKng  problems:   Social  and  Health   Energy     and  Water   • Analyze  traffic  performance  to   alleviate  congesKon       CoordinaKng  resources:   EducaKon   TransportaKon   • Centralize  monitoring    and  transit   arrival  predicRon  to  improve  the   travelers’  experience    33 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • City in Motion FOAK to be made into GBS offering IBM  City-­‐in-­‐MoRon  analyses  mulR-­‐modal-­‐traffic  in  real-­‐Rme   Istanbul Movement Analysis w. Vodafone network data • 2.4 million phones w. 156 million events/week • Origin Destination analysis for transportation planning • Accurate detection of home, work & meaningful locations • Used for new metro line planning, multimodal coordination • Applications in public safety, retail, insurance • IBM-Vodafone to take offering to market in other geos Personalized Travel Dubuque Bus Route Optimizer Optimization • Volunteers use smart Optimized routes will: phone app to send location •Reduce OPEX by 40% data anonymously • Meet 37% more • In return they get demand personalized travel information based on trip • Reduce average patterns commuter travel time from by 60% • Applicability to events mgmt (World Cup, Olympics • Reduce per traveler etc.)34 GHG emissions also by © 2011 IBM Corporation 40% © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Loosing upin Zhe njiang35 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Intelligent Water36 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Water  challenges  are  affecRng  every  economy  and  will  become  more  pervasive  as  more  people  are  affected  by  water  constraints  37 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • “Jeg tror, at alle har en form for system. Men det er måske bare en lillelommebog ” direktør Bent Soelberg, FVD (ing.dk 19.9.2012)38 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Intelligent  Water  SoluRons  for  Smarter  CiRes   Intelligent  Water   Government  and  Agency   Urban  Planning         AdministraKon   IntegraRng  the  most  repeatable  best   pracKce  pa;erns  to  provide  water   Planning and uRlity  leaders:   Management     Public  Safety   Environmental   Leveraging  informaKon:   • Visibility  across  the  water  network   to  improve  operaKonal  planning   Human and  prioriKzaKon   Infrastructure   Social  and  Health   Energy     AnKcipaKng  problems:   and  Water   • Analyze  data  to  perform  proacKve   maintenance  and  opKmally   schedule  crews  to  reduce  costs   EducaKon   TransportaKon     CoordinaKng  resources:   • Engage  ciRzens  and  business  to   facilitate  water  conservaKon  and   drive  sustainability    39 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Intelligent Water - Base Functionality Analytics for Optimized Scheduling Geospatial Insight on Work Orders &Accounts, with Polygon-Based Selection Color-Coded Crew Schedules Displayed on Map, List, and in Ready-to-Print Form Quick, Easy Dialogs for Finding Items and Synchronized Spotting Trends in Map, List, and Your Data Report Views Water Usage Reporting Work Order Reporting Role-Based Security Data Loading Tools40 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Public Safety41 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • The  need  for  public  safety  in  a  Smarter  City  is  clear  $778  Billion   $100  Billion   $31.4  Billion   The  insured  losses  that  would   Annual  amount  of  healthcare   In  Canada  the  tangible  social  and   result  from  a  future  large  terrorist   fraud  in  US  in  2009,  each   economic  cost  of  crime  in  or   aPack  in  New  York  City  disclosed   incident  cosRng,  on  average,   equivalent  to  $943  for  each  man,   by  the  American  Academy  of   $19,000  per  incident   woman  and  child  in  the  country   Actuaries   422,000   $300  Billion   $3.4  Billion   Number  of  third  degree   The  esRmated  cost  of  18,000     Is  the  cost  of  New  Zealand   relaRonships  for  a  person   plus  homicides  recorded  in  2007     Government  spending  on  police,    with  75  first  degree  social   in  the  US,  using  Iowa  State   correcRons  and  jusRce  in  the  past   relaRonships   Universitys  methodology   14  years  42 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • 43 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Smarter  CiRes  offer  safer  communiRes  and  work   environments                   Provide  intelligence  analysis   and  invesKgaKon  soluKons     Government  and  Agency   Urban  Planning       to  anRcipate  crime  and  fraud   AdministraKon       Enhance  crime  prevenKon  &   Planning and invesKgaKon,  by  leveraging   Management Environmental   Public  Safety   more  powerful  analyRcs  from   broader  data  sets.           Human Provide  access  to  filtered,   Infrastructure Social  and  Health   analysed  data  centrally  and   Energy     decentrally  for  rapid   and  Water   invesRgaRon  and  intelligent   acRons     EducaKon   TransportaKon  44 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Memphis  Police:  Blue  CRUSH  –  PredicRve  AnalyRcs     Memphis  Police  Dept     reduces  crime  19%  over  four  years     ROI:  863%   Payback:  2.7  months   Average  annual  benefit:  $7,205,501  47 © 2011 IBM Corporation47
    • NYPD:  Real  Time  Crime  Center   NYPD     provides  mobile  access  to   more  than  120  million   criminal  complaints,  arrests   and  911  records     48 © 2011 IBM Corporation 4 8
    • Building a smarter planet49 49 4 © 2011 IBM Corporation 9
    • IBM Denmark Smarter Planet SMART LAW ENFORCEMENT IBM is helping the city of Chicago fight crime by digitizing their law enforcement practices and deploying smarter surveillance systems … … even testing a system that uses audio sensors to direct cameras to locate gunshots, determine the caliber of gun fired and pinpoint its exact location – long before 9-1-1 is dialed.5029 50 5 © 2011 IBM Corporation 0
    • Smarter Buildings51 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • The need for progress is clear30 percent 42 percent 1Energy costs alone Worldwide, buildings Buildings are the numberrepresent about 30% of consume 42% of all 1 contributor to globalan office building’s total electricity – up to 50% of Co2 emissions.operating costs. which is wasted.2025 1/2 2/3By 2025, buildings Buildings lose as much 65% of building occupants areworldwide will become as 1/2 of the water that willing to help redesign theirthe top energy consumers. flows into them. workplace to make it more environmentally responsible.52 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Intelligent Building Management Lower energy Improved operating Greater occupant safety & Higher Improved revenue costs efficiency satisfaction utilization performance Solution Sets Energy Management Operations Management Space Management Energy Consumption & Asset & Work Management Occupancy Management Optimization Portfolio Management Utilization Planning Carbon Management Facility Maintenance Space Optimization Greenhouse Gas Emissions Tracking Condition Monitoring Move Management Core Capabilities Building Condition-based Energy Operational Analytics Monitoring Optimization Optimization Work Order Reporting and Service Management Dashboards Requests Security53 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM partner GRIDManager optimerer virksomheders energiforbrug54 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Smarter Government
    • Building a smarter planet Smarter government services: Integrating service delivery to improve access to city information and resources The Innovation: Business intelligence software automates 
 data collection and information sharing among thousands of employees in dozens of departments, better enabling a city to inform citizens, address service requests and provide critical data to first responders. Compile information from across city agencies. The Benefits: • Effective and efficient reporting, and analysis Analyze and management of the information to identify resources needs and actions to take. • Empowering citizens • Better response time when incidents occur Distribute • Significant cost savings information to city leaders and citizens.5 56 © 2012 IBM Corporation6
    • CiRzen  Experience  with  IBM  Curam  -­‐    FuncRonal  highlights   Citizen Account Multi-Program Screening Life Event Management Online Application 57 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • 59 © 2012 IBM Corporation
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    • 62 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Intelligent Operations Centerfor Smarter Cities63 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Intelligent  OperaRons  Center  for  Smarter  CiRes  provides  the  foundaRon  so  ciRes  of  all  sizes  can  quickly….   IntegraRng  the  most  repeatable  best   pracRce  paPerns  to  allow  leaders  to:   Planning and Management § Leverage  informaRon  across  all  city   IBM   agencies  and  departments   Intelligent   OperaKons     Human § AnRcipate  problems  and  minimize  the   Center   Infrastructure impact  of  disrupRons   § Coordinate  resources  to  respond  to   issues  rapidly  and  effecRvely   …star0ng  within  a  par0cular  service  area  or   managing  across  many  services    64 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Smarter Cities Solution Domains and Intelligent Operations Center Water Transportation Public Safety Buildings* Work order optimization Data Integration Video Surveillance & Analytics Energy Consumption & Optimization Usage Analytics Traffic Prediction Crime Information Carbon Management Predictive Maintenance Route optimization Predictive Policing Greenhouse Gas Emissions Tracking Leak Detection Bus Arrival Prediction Dispatch Asset & Work Management Flood Management Planning and Simulation Cyber Security Portfolio Management Smart Metering Road User Charging Fusion Centers Facility Maintenance Contamination Mgmt Asset Management Border Security Condition Monitoring Water Security Integrated Fare Mgmt Communications Occupancy Management Storm water Mgmt Multi-modal Mgmt Emergency Response Utilization Planning Wastewater Mgmt Revenue Management Non-Emergency Response Space Optimization Asset Management Fleet Optimization Move Management Operations Visualization Analytics Intelligent Operations Center City-wide Dashboard Dashboards Geo spatial mapping Predictive Data modeling & integration Systems Cross-Agency Collaboration Situational Awareness Alerts Modeling & Domain Analytics Simulation Event & KPI Management Reports/ Incident Management Analysis Event Rules Semantic Models Workflows Consequence Management City Archives Alerts KPI’s Directives Standards Based Service Bus Interfaces Domain Specific Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Data Interfaces Integration Other Feeds: Weather Public Citizens Water Traffic Electric Buildings Safety Health All included in Intelligent Financials Operations Center product …67 *Tivoli offerings © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet68 6 © 2011 IBM Corporation 8
    • Tak Anders Quitzau andersq@dk.ibm.com Mob 2880 4705 IBM69 © 2012 IBM Corporation