Building Sustainable  Cities:  Smart+Connected  CommunitiesPrakash KumarDirector, IBSG , CiscoMarch 4th, 2011
A World in Transition                     Big cities getting bigger; 100 new cities with one million residents by 2025    ...
The Internet Of Things                                                                       14 billion connectedIndustria...
A Smart+Connected Community       Running on networked information                     Helps transform  City              ...
Green Networks: How a small part of the problem can be abig part of the solution                                          ...
Smart+Connected Communities TracksSmart+Connected                                                     Smart+Connected Tran...
The Panelists•    Brijesh Kumar, Former Chairman & CEO, Greater NOIDA Authority will speak    on “eGovernance initiatives ...
Cisco's approach to building sustainable cities: Prakash Kumar
Cisco's approach to building sustainable cities: Prakash Kumar
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Cisco's approach to building sustainable cities: Prakash Kumar

  1. 1. Building Sustainable Cities: Smart+Connected CommunitiesPrakash KumarDirector, IBSG , CiscoMarch 4th, 2011
  2. 2. A World in Transition Big cities getting bigger; 100 new cities with one million residents by 2025 Trillions of dollars in stimulus packages worldwide for infrastructure 50% of world population urban by 2008, 60% by 2030 500M people urbanised in the next five yearsSource: Connecting Cities: Achieving Sustainability Through Innovation Nicola Villa and Wolfgang Wagener, Cisco IBSG
  3. 3. The Internet Of Things 14 billion connectedIndustrialisation of the Internet devices300 million connected devices 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Everything is connected - cars, buildings, hospitals, schools, government… Source: Forrester Research
  4. 4. A Smart+Connected Community Running on networked information Helps transform City Citizen quality Economic developmentmanagement of life
  5. 5. Green Networks: How a small part of the problem can be abig part of the solution Make Every Connection a Service Provider Networks Green Connection Mobile Enterprise MONITOR Networks Networks MANAGE Broadband Technology REDUCEHome SensorNetworks Networks Small Business Networks Electricity Use in Offices Appliances in Homes Traffic Flows in Cities
  6. 6. Smart+Connected Communities TracksSmart+Connected Smart+Connected Transportation Real Estate Smart+Connected Smart+Connected Safety and Security Utilities Smart+Connected Smart+Connected Learning Government Smart+Connected Smart+Connected Sports and Entertainment HealthCisco Globalisation Center East - A model for Smart+Connected Communities
  7. 7. The Panelists• Brijesh Kumar, Former Chairman & CEO, Greater NOIDA Authority will speak on “eGovernance initiatives in Greater NOIDA- the implementable & non implementable initiatives”.• Prof Dinesh Mohan, Volvo Chair Professor, Transport Research and Injury Prevention Programme, IIT Delhi will speak on “Urban transport and climate change: moving from tailpipes to people’s concerns”• Jay B Kshirsagar, Chief Planner, Town & Country Planning Organisation, Ministry of Urban Development, GOI, will speak on “City Sustainability issues”• Sanjeev Chopra, Joint Secretary & Mission Director NHM & NMMI, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India will speak on “Smart Cities Need Good Food…What can ICT do?”• Sanjiv Mittal, CEO, National Institute for Smart Government• Subrata Das, Industry Director, Public Sector, SAP India• Dr Siddharth Agarwal, Director, Urban Health Resource Centre, Delhi will speak on “Significance of healthcare & other infrastructures in urban slums in a bid to make cities sustainable”

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