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    • NorthNorth - South America- South America nn,,AustralianAustralian and Asianand AsianSmart CitiesSmart CitiesEExamples: models, strategies,xamples: models, strategies,branding, areas to invest,branding, areas to invest,vision - a comparativevision - a comparativepresentationpresentation
    • TokyoTokyo
    •  Smart EnviroSmart Enviro Green Buildings (Tokyo Green Building Program)Green Buildings (Tokyo Green Building Program) Green energy and Urban planning (Panasonic deals)Green energy and Urban planning (Panasonic deals) After Fukushima’s nuclear plant accident: an abandonment or reducing ofAfter Fukushima’s nuclear plant accident: an abandonment or reducing ofthe nuclear power as an energy source is obligatory.the nuclear power as an energy source is obligatory. Smart EconomySmart Economy Trans Pacific Partnership focusing on commerce and trade exchangeTrans Pacific Partnership focusing on commerce and trade exchange Tokyo has un unemployment rate of 4.7%. Tokyo’s total population is 13 m.Tokyo has un unemployment rate of 4.7%. Tokyo’s total population is 13 m. Tokyo is considered the most expensive city on earth.Tokyo is considered the most expensive city on earth. Smart LivingSmart Living It ranks up to position 44 on the scale of cities with the best life qualityIt ranks up to position 44 on the scale of cities with the best life qualityworldwideworldwide High quality of life (wages, low unemployment rate, cultural festivities)High quality of life (wages, low unemployment rate, cultural festivities) Safe (low rates of crime)Safe (low rates of crime) Health (593 hospitals, low mortality rate)Health (593 hospitals, low mortality rate) Smart peopleSmart people 100 educational institutions. Many of them ranked high globally in terms of100 educational institutions. Many of them ranked high globally in terms ofacademic institutionsacademic institutionsSmart TokyoSmart Tokyo
    • SydneySydney
    • Goals for Sydney 2030 :Goals for Sydney 2030 :1.1. A globally competitive and innovative CityA globally competitive and innovative City2.2. A leading environmental performerA leading environmental performer3.3. Integrated transport for a connected CityIntegrated transport for a connected City4.4. A City for pedestrians and cyclistsA City for pedestrians and cyclists5.5. A lively, engaging City CentreA lively, engaging City Centre6.6. Vibrant local communities and economiesVibrant local communities and economies7.7. A cultural and creative CityA cultural and creative City8.8. Housing for a diverse populationHousing for a diverse population9.9. Sustainable development, renewal and designSustainable development, renewal and design10.10. Implementation through effective partnershipsImplementation through effective partnerships
    • 1. Smart GreenBusiness2. Smart GreenApartment.1. New energy-efficient LEDstreet and parklights1. DecentralizedWater MasterPlan2. Urban ForestStrategy3. Green Squareproject
    • • 5 grants andsponsorshipsprograms• 2nd mostinnovative city inAsia/Pacific region1. new Retail Advisory Panel2. series of seminars“Locally and Globallyconnected”
    • 2nd happiest cityin the world(cultural eventslocal creativity)low-ratesof crime.
    • 5 Universities9 Libraries1. Ethnic diversity2. Gay communities3. Old people
    • Sydneycycle waysprogram1. Live traffic apps2. Ticket sellers apps
    • •AnnualReports•Sydney’sMedia Centre•Open data
    • San FranciscoSan Francisco
    • Smart EnvironmentSmart Environment1. Solar power stations2. Wave park, Ocean Power3. 2014 goal: 100% city’s energy through renewable sources only4. 110 Public fueling stations for its electronic vehicles, the highest number of any city in theworld5. Recycling rate is 80%6. Domestic pollution decreased by 3.1%Smart MobilitySmart Mobility1. 60 Electronic transport applicationsSmart LivingSmart Living1. In the Siemens Green City Index, San Francisco rated No. 1 of all North American cities2. 68.2% Of households have broadband accessSmart EconomySmart Economy1. Innovations Cities Survey: 2nd2. Global Urban Competiveness: 6thSmart GovernmentSmart Government1. Open data movement encourage governmental transparency & open innovation2. SF’s open data movement is active; (e.g. transportation, parks & recreation)3. Geographic Data/Ethics/Admin & Finances represent major open domains for SF
    • São PauloSão Paulo
    • Smart EnvironmentSmart Environment1. Green urban planning: From grey to green2. Green energy: São Paulo already produces a substantial amount of itselectricity from renewable sources3. Green buildings: the building industry is trying to catch up populationgrowthSmart EnvironmentSmart Environment1. Public university of Sao Paulo: SIR World Report 2012 classified theuniversity in the 11th place in the world2. 13rd ecosystem worldwideSmart MobilitySmart Mobility1. Rapid-transit system (the largest in Brazil)2. Prioritized clean and non motorized option3. Bicycle lanes4. Integrated Information System for the São Paulo Government5. Laboratory of Integrated Systems6. Polytechnic School - University of São Paulo - Brazil
    • Smart LivingSmart Living1. Cultural vibrant and happy2. Artistic center of BrazilSmart EconomySmart Economy1. Global and local interconnectedness2. Productivity: Gross domestic product (GDP) in 2010 was R$ 450billion, approximately $220 billion, 12.26% of Brazilian GDP and36% of all production of goods and services of the State of SãoPaulo3. PricewaterhouseCoopers average annual economic growth of thecity is 4.2%Smart GovernmentSmart Government1. ICT e gov2. Transparency and Open Data
    • KualaKualaLumpurLumpur
    • Smart EconomySmart Economy1. Fastest growing region in Malaysia.2. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Kuala Lumpur isestimated at 5.2 Billion Euro with an average annual growth rateof 5.9 percent. This GDP contributes to the 14% of the country’sGDP which amounts at 200 Billion Euro.3. The per capita GDP for Kuala Lumpur is 12.600 Euro. The totalemployment in Kuala Lumpur is estimated at around 838,400.4. Employment:1. 83% for finance, insurance, real estate, business and otherservices.2. 17% from manufacturing and construction.5. Rated as an alpha world city
    • Smart EnviromentSmart Enviroment• Malaysia Kuala Lumpur’s Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART),Malaysia Kuala Lumpur’s Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART),which opened in 2007, is a unique solution to the Malaysian capital’s long-termwhich opened in 2007, is a unique solution to the Malaysian capital’s long-termtraffic and stormwater management problems.traffic and stormwater management problems.• The government encourages green building market growth through GreenThe government encourages green building market growth through GreenTechnology Financing Scheme (GTFS).Technology Financing Scheme (GTFS).• Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), developed a 25 years initiative: GreenTenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), developed a 25 years initiative: GreenTechnology and Water, the National Green Technology Policy, the NationalTechnology and Water, the National Green Technology Policy, the NationalClimate Change Policy.Climate Change Policy.• 100000 trees by 2020.100000 trees by 2020.• The Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will establish a smart partnership with theThe Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will establish a smart partnership with theForest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM).Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM).• DBKL and FRIM are identifying the method needed to rejuvenate the BukitDBKL and FRIM are identifying the method needed to rejuvenate the BukitKerinchi Forest Park, which is among the 19 recreational parks in the city.Kerinchi Forest Park, which is among the 19 recreational parks in the city.• 16% of electricity generation is hydroelectric16% of electricity generation is hydroelectric
    • Smart GovernmentSmart Government The Government introduced a new plan concerning initiativesThe Government introduced a new plan concerning initiativesand incentives for Green Buildings, which comply with certainand incentives for Green Buildings, which comply with certaincriteria.criteria.Smart LivingSmart Living As the population increases, the need for a smart healthcareAs the population increases, the need for a smart healthcaregrows. Kuala Lumpur hosts more than 70% medicalgrows. Kuala Lumpur hosts more than 70% medicalmanufacturers and industriesmanufacturers and industries Fresh water is available to over 95 per cent of the population.Fresh water is available to over 95 per cent of the population.Smart PeopleSmart People Malaysia ranks fourth globally in terms of people who areMalaysia ranks fourth globally in terms of people who areeducated and pursue degrees or professional qualifications.educated and pursue degrees or professional qualifications. The literacy rate in Kuala Lumpur is 97.5%The literacy rate in Kuala Lumpur is 97.5% Its telecommunications network is second in Southeast Asia,Its telecommunications network is second in Southeast Asia,with 4.7 million fixed-line subscribers and more than 30 millionwith 4.7 million fixed-line subscribers and more than 30 millioncellular subscribers.cellular subscribers.
    • Smart Economy SmartEnvironmentSmartPeopleSmartLivingSmartMobilitySmartGovInnovationProductLoc/GlobInterconGreenBuildGreenEnergyGreenUrbanPlanEduIncluciveSocCreativityHappySafe healthMixedmodelaccessCleannonmotoICT DublexpolicyOpendatae-govTokyo++ ++ ++ ->-> ->-> ++ ++ ++ ++ -- --Sydney++ ++ ++ -- ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++SanFrancisco++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++SãoPaulo ->-> ++ ++ ->-> ->-> ->-> ++ -- ++ ++ -- -- ++ ++ ++ ++ ++KualaLumpur ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++
    • Thank youThank youfor your attentionfor your attention
    • Panteion University of Social and Political SciencesPanteion University of Social and Political SciencesDepartment of Communication, Media & CultureDepartment of Communication, Media & CultureMsc in Cultural ManagementMsc in Cultural ManagementCourse of Cultural Marketing:Course of Cultural Marketing:Supervisor Dr. B. TsakarestouSupervisor Dr. B. TsakarestouAthens, GreeceAthens, GreeceAthens Co Creation ProjectAthens Co Creation ProjectAnastasiadou Mersiliaanastasiadou.mersilia@gmail.comKrommydas Foivos Evangelosunbeliever_goat666@yahoo.comMitropoulos Dimitrisdimpostbloo@yahoo.comMoumouris Maximosmassimomoumouris@yahoo.grPolitis Alexandrosvolant79@gmail.comZachariadis Andreaszachariadis-andreas@yahoo.gr