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This presentation will discuss talent, innovation and investment pertaining to smart and connected real estate.

This presentation will discuss talent, innovation and investment pertaining to smart and connected real estate.

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  • The pace of innovation continues to accelerate, making it difficult for companies to keep up with innovations as they enter the market. Companies recognize that they must not only innovate, but innovate faster. To achieve this goal, companies should establish an innovation process that: provides access to a variety of innovation sourcesmills the best ideas from that processapplies those innovations to products and servicesThis process should increase the impact and value of innovation and decrease the time required to get products to market.

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  • Intelligence and Capability
    Smart + Connected Real Estate
  • Your hosts
    EllisDon
    Bruno Antidormi
    SVP, Construction
    Cisco
    Rick Huijbregts
    VP, Smart + Connected Communities
  • Demonstration, Facilitators
    EllisDon
    Stephen Foster
    www.ellisdon.com
    Delta Controls
    Bill MacGowan, P.Eng, CEM
    www.deltacontrols.com
    Fifthlight technology
    Ray Dableh, Director R&D
    www.fifthlight.com
  • Session Objective
    What exactly is the “intelligent city”? An exploration of the infrastructure necessary to enable a world class ICT cluster – with buildings as the urban nodes on a community network that will support academia, government, business, and existing and new citizens. How can we develop resources, foster innovation, and generate investment to create this intelligent city?
  • Session Agenda
    2:30 pm
    Background, Teaser – “food for thought”
    3:00 pm
    Table breakout: Talent, followed by read-out
    3:30 pm
    Break
    3:45 pm
    Table breakout: Innovation, followed by read-out
    4:15 pm
    Table breakout: Investment, followed by read-out
    4:45 pm
    Closing
  • Mega trends that change the world: and the GTA !
    Economic Power Shifts to Developing Nations
    Developed Countries’ Labor Forces Substantially Ageand Decline
    World’s Population Becomes Urbanized
    “The strategic and economic policies of the 20th century are obsolete, and it is time to find new ones.”
    Population Growth Increasingly Concentrated in Emerging Countries
  • Pace of Innovation Accelerating
    100
    80
    60
    40
    Percentage Penetration of PotentialWorld Markets
    20
    0
    20
    0
    30
    40
    50
    60
    70
    80
    90
    100
    110
    120
    130
    140
    10
    0
    Cellular
    PC
    Internet
    Television
    Radio
    VCR
    Electricity
    Telephone
    Automobile
    Source: IBM’s Global Innovation Outlook, Joseph Jacobsen, Organizational and Individual Innovation Diffusion, 2004
  • The Internet of Things
    14 Billion
    300 Million
    2003
    2001
    2004
    2005
    2006
    2007
    2008
    2009
    2010
    2002
    Source: Forrester Research
  • Intelligent City
    Running a Village, City, Community, Country, the World on Networked Information
    Environmental
    Social
    Economic
    Continuous job and business growth
    Protecting the worldfor future generations
    Enhanced quality of life for citizens
    Services Delivered by Technology
  • Smart buildings for Intelligent Cities
    Attract, Retain tenants and Workforce
    Real Estate Business Models
    Resource Virtualization
    Innovative
    BusinessPractices
    Energy
    Savings
    Cost Reduction
    Power Management
    Minimizing GHG
    Infrastructure Consolidation
    Reduce CAPEX, OPEX
    Reduce NPV
    Future-ready, Flexibility
  • Security guard is notified
    HVAC device
    is actuated
    Light fixtures at
    pre-set level
    Betty Sue arrives at 7pm at night and wants to work. The building is dark.
    Betty swipes her card, which starts the following:
    • Lights come on near her work station, HVAC adjusts t o a comfortable level and the Security guard is notified that Betty Sue is at her desk.
    Smart!
    Lighting
    HVAC
    Security
    2008 - 2010
    How does it work, Use case 1
  • Event is
    displayed
    HVAC device
    is actuated
    Illuminated at pre
    programmed level
    Betty Sue wants to increase the overhead light levels so she uses her telephone to prompt the system to make it brighter. Betty Sue has the same control for heating or cooling depending upon her needs.
    Lighting
    HVAC
    Event
    How does it work, Use case 2
  • Molly Maid can
    effectively work
    HVAC device
    is actuated
    Light fixtures at
    pre-set level
    Molly Maid is already in the building and triggers an occupancy sensor.
    • Lights are activated in detected areas as well as HVAC to a comfortable setting allowing Molly complete her tasks.
    Lighting
    HVAC
    Event
    2008 - 2010
    How does it work, Use case 3
  • Camera
    is displayed
    Lights turn on
    in breached zone
    CCTV camera
    begins recording
    Door Breach: Unlawful entry.
    Ham Burgler forces a door open. An alarm is immediately sent to a security phone alerting of the issue. Additionally, an IP Camera sends pictures of the breached door and intruder. Information is saved for future review.
    Phone rings and displays alarm
    Security
    Lighting
    Camera
    Phone
    How does it work, Use case 4
  • Light fixture state displayed
    HVAC device
    Changes state
    Light fixture
    changes state
    Molly Maid is taking longer to clean an area in the office than expected. A signal is sent to the CMS to extend the lighting requirements so they can complete their tidy up.
    HVAC device
    state displayed
    Lighting
    HVAC
    Lighting
    HVAC
    How does it work, Use case 5
  • Security guard is notified
    HVAC device
    is actuated
    Light fixtures at
    pre-set level
    Jesse James arrives at 8pm at night and wants to work. The building is dark.
    Jesse swipes his card, which starts the following:
    • Lights come on near his work station, HVAC adjusts t o a comfortable level and the Security guard is notified that Jesse James is at his desk.
    Smart!
    Lighting
    HVAC
    Security
    2008 - 2010
    How does it work, Use case 6
  • Status
    displayed
    HVAC device
    Is queried
    Light fixture
    status queried
    The Centralized Monitoring System (CMS) is monitoring all the activity and can see what Betty Sue, Frank Jones and Molly Maid are doing. Information is tracked and documented and can be used for SLA’s (Service Level Agreements).
    Status
    displayed
    Lighting
    HVAC
    Lighting
    HVAC
    How does it work, Use case 7
  • Alarm sent to multiple OWS
    Lights flash
    in zone
    CCTV camera
    begins recording
    A student who graduated from a previous year is curious if his/her pass card still works. He/She swipes it through the reader and the lights go into alarm state and flash a awhile a notification goes simultaneously to CMS, Intelliweb and a touch screen display.
    Camera
    Lighting
    Alarm
    How does it work, Use case 8
  • Drivers, Making it all work !
  • Question, Breakout 1
    1. Talent
    What are the talent needs of an intelligent community and is the GTA doing all it can to build the intelligent workforce?
    New skills v.s retiring skills, X-gen, Established processes (procurement, roles) v.s. New business models, supply chain in Canada, Toronto, Immigration and foreign/remote capabilities.
  • Question, Breakout 2
    2. Innovation
    What kinds of new innovation might arise given a world class communications infrastructure in the region?
    Where does innovation come from. Exporting v.s importing, environmental v.s. economical, leveraging collective expertise of newcomers, doing things differently
  • Question, Breakout 3
    3. Investment
    Where will the investment come from to achieve the vision of a truly connected intelligent community?
    Who is doing it, who is paying for it (e.g. New Digital Hospital for Humber), private v.s. public money, foreign investment, investment that pay dividends (best companies, best people), sustainability
  • Wrap-up and Raffle
    Thanks for coming out and please feel free to come and speak with any of us during the networking session.
    And the winner is…