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  • Marwan ZeidanBusiness Development ManagerOctober 9, 2012
  • From Ancient Times to Modern Times, People Have Moved For theSame Reasons
  • 50 40 Inflection point 50 Billion Connected Devices Billions (units) 30 20 25 World Population 10 12.5 6.8 7.2 7.6 0 2010 2015 2020 Evolution of the InternetSource: Cisco IBSG white paper “The Internet of Things”, April 2011.
  • Emerging Countries Developed World700M people will be urbanized. 100 new Stimulus packages for revitalization of 100+cities with 1M+ people cities50%+ of new building constructionglobally is happening in Asia Only 3% of buildings in the developed world qualified for LEED50%+ of population in India/Africa does Life extension/Assisted Livingnot have access to medical care. 3B Shortage of 200Kpeople will be connected nurses in US alone 1M+ teachers will retire.Shortage of 4Mteachers by 2015 Tutoring/Virtual. Globalization of Universities
  • Sustainability Services Delivered by Technology Social Environmental EconomicEnhanced quality of Protecting the world Continuous job and life for citizens for future generations business growth
  • CrimeEnergy Savings Water Consumption Traffic Rates 30% 50% 20% 30% Education: Healthcare: $3/Student/Month $3/Doctor VisitA Safer, Desirable Environment where People are Happier and more Productive
  • • What the Community needs to set as a goal to become a Vision Smart and Connected Community • Which smart ICT services and solutions need to beStrategy implemented by the Community to reach this vision • What architecture does the Community need toExecution implement that will enable it to make the strategy a reality
  • Principals Highly skilled Cisco® IT architectsEnterprise and NetworkArchitects Former CTOs/CIOs of enterprise organizations Experienced senior consultantsProgram Managers Certified project managersBusiness Analysts Advisory Services team includes vertical industry experts
  • Project Management Business Citywide Passive and Discovery Master Systems Integration Network infrastructure Designs Design Reviews Low Level Design and Implementation Phase 3 Service Strategy CAPEX Model and Phase 1 Qualitative Business Phase 2 and Portfolio Case Knowledge Transfer Operating Model Strategy Ongoing Design Design Coordination Test and Launch Guidelines Innovative Services Inputs to Main Feasibility Model Contractor RFP Operate and Optimize Initial Launch Concept Schematic Detailed Construction &Feasibility Design Design Design Operate
  • The story of the Amsterdam Engagement
  • Personal Travel Assistant and Smart Transportation Pricing Seoul Smart Transportation Framework, Connected & Sustainable Urban Mobility
  • SHARING OF DOCUMENTSPRINT
  • Tianfu – ChengduChina
  • Thank you.