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City protocol vision 2012



Carlos Moreno is part of the Programm Committee for the first Worldwide Workshop City Protocol. ...

Carlos Moreno is part of the Programm Committee for the first Worldwide Workshop City Protocol.

The City Protocol Society is a trusted community of cities, companies, academia and other organizations that leverages knowledge and experience in cities worldwide to accelerate sustainable transformation, by offering curated guidance and collaborative action so that cities do not have to navigate their transformation journeys alone. In July 2012 over 200 participants, representing 33 cities, 20 major businesses, 14 universities and 20 other organisations, convened in the Barcelona workshop to learn about, discuss, and infuse life into the idea of a City Protocol Society.

Date : July 2012



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  • DIRECTION COMMERCIALE & MARKETING GROUPE A City Protocol Vision by Professor Carlos MORENO Scientific Advisor of COFELY INEO’s CEO Smart Cities Scientific Coordinator of Corporate Strategy GDF SUEZ Barcelona, 16th of July 2012 1
  • The city of tomorrow: living in the living city GREEN CITY MOBILITY WELL BEING SAFE CITY HEALTHFUL CITY CITY - Hotspot - Senior citizen - Renewable NRJ - Traffic Mgt - CCTV assistance - Energy Mgt - EV Mgt… - Interactive - Risk Mgt - Medical center information - Grid Mgt… - Situation mgt - Education…Smarter cities : adapted to modern lifestyles and ready to respond to the urban stakes. 2
  • City as a complex system URBAN RESILIENCE USAGES NEEDS AND HAZARDS TimeActivities FragilityBehaviour LIVING IN THE LIVING CITY - Infrastructure and business field knowledge - City assistance - New urban services via business cases and end users experiences 3
  • Our paradigme : Ambiant Intelligence Taxonomy DIGITAL worldInfrastructures AMBIENT Ontology’s INTELLIGENCE PHYSICAL world MODELING world 4
  • Our vision : a systemic approach in the city Ontology’s - Wind - EVs - Wind - EVs Mixed Indicators - Solar - Tram Mixed Indicators TAXINOMY - Solar - Tram KPI TAXINOMY - Counters - Cycling KPI - Counters - Cycling - Photo…. - Spatial - Photo…. - Spatial Objects definition Technical componentsCommunication Capilary fields Infrastructure Urban and technical management equipments management 5
  • Towards the City Protocol A global convergent view A structural methodology Interoperable solutions of the city Ontology’s Digital World City taxonomyPhysical World Modelling World Uses, Activities tools smart sensors intelligence physical indicators trades convergence numerical virtual TIme evolution, risks, hasard, … 6
  • The endThak you for your attention 7