Urban Life & Mobility
“How ICT technologies can support
citizen empowerment and better
mobility services in the Cities of ...
Introduction
Gilles
BETIS
gilles.betis@eitctlabs.eu
Mobility & Smart City Product Line Manager
Urban Life & Mobility Actio...
EIT ICT Labs – Who are we ?
EIT ICT LabsClimate KIC
KIC
InnoEnergy
2009 : The first three Knowledge
Innovation Communities...
Urban Life & Mobility Mission
Urban challenges
At least some of them…
Housing Pollution
Traffic
Water &
Energy
Health &
Wellbeing
Crime
Citizenship & Democracy
New forms of bottom-up initiatives become visible
Vote
Hacktivism
Riots
Associations
Demonstration...
The Emergent Economy
Collaborative & open
Shared Cars
Crowdfunding
Open Currency
Swap
Collaboration Peer-to-peer
A matter of transition
Behaviour
Governance
Business
Cardinal Objectives of Smart Cities
SMART ?
Attractive for
People & Business
Inclusive
Sustainable Resilient
Agile &
Adapt...
Value chains in the ecosystem
Citizens &
Users
Urban Services
Providers
Governance
Bodies
Economical
Actors
External value...
The Mobility Paridigm Shift
From people transit to remote value access
The daily seamless mobility
§  The mobility market...
Urban Data & Information Platform
Sense and see the heartbeat of the city
For citizens
§  A trusted & semantic access to ...
The IEEE Smart Cities Initiative
10 cities to be selected worldwide
§ Associate local government leaders, city planners,
...
Thank you for
your kind attention
Gilles BETIS
Urban Life & Mobility Action Line Leader
gilles.betis@eitictlabs.eu
http://...
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2014-04-16 Gilles Betis SoL London

  1. 1. Urban Life & Mobility “How ICT technologies can support citizen empowerment and better mobility services in the Cities of the Future” Gilles Betis – EIT ICT Labs Action Line Leader London, Summit of the Leaders, 16/04/2014
  2. 2. Introduction Gilles BETIS gilles.betis@eitctlabs.eu Mobility & Smart City Product Line Manager Urban Life & Mobility Action Line Leader IEEE Smart Cities Initiative Lead – IEEE member
  3. 3. EIT ICT Labs – Who are we ? EIT ICT LabsClimate KIC KIC InnoEnergy 2009 : The first three Knowledge Innovation Communities (KIC) are selected 2008 : EIT was established in as an independent agency within the EU EIT ICT Labs Co-location Centers Education, Research & Business è  From student to entrepreneur è  From laboratory to market è  From idea to product
  4. 4. Urban Life & Mobility Mission
  5. 5. Urban challenges At least some of them… Housing Pollution Traffic Water & Energy Health & Wellbeing Crime
  6. 6. Citizenship & Democracy New forms of bottom-up initiatives become visible Vote Hacktivism Riots Associations Demonstrations Participation
  7. 7. The Emergent Economy Collaborative & open Shared Cars Crowdfunding Open Currency Swap Collaboration Peer-to-peer
  8. 8. A matter of transition Behaviour Governance Business
  9. 9. Cardinal Objectives of Smart Cities SMART ? Attractive for People & Business Inclusive Sustainable Resilient Agile & Adaptive Support Stable & Robust Process Is it just a matter of TECHNOLOGY ?
  10. 10. Value chains in the ecosystem Citizens & Users Urban Services Providers Governance Bodies Economical Actors External value internalization Internal value exchange
  11. 11. The Mobility Paridigm Shift From people transit to remote value access The daily seamless mobility §  The mobility market place : inform, plan and drive mobility §  A holistic approach integrating multiple transport means and a financial clearing §  Crowd sourced information and services §  Goods mobility and third places Mobility metrics §  For the users, for governance, for service providers §  Assess the value created by new practices §  Measure other indicators (time spend, green-house gaz emission, traffic jam, use of mobility services…) Empower cities, regions & citizens §  Create the conditions of a successful behavioural transition in mobility §  Up-scale at territorial level to set-up and calibrate sustainable business models
  12. 12. Urban Data & Information Platform Sense and see the heartbeat of the city For citizens §  A trusted & semantic access to the information §  Consumer & producer : rate, react, enrich For governance bodies §  Dash-board for special events or day-to-day city life §  Polling and interaction with citizens or visitors §  Probe from big data and social networks §  For mobility, access to city services, security, public health, staff training, etc. §  Collect metrics and data for performance analysis, prospective and planification For urban services providers §  Efficient way of marketing own services, specialize and focus on core service business. For all the economic actors §  Efficient, fluid and smooth environment §  Allowing value creation in an attractive environment. §  Get information for decision making or trade-off.
  13. 13. The IEEE Smart Cities Initiative 10 cities to be selected worldwide § Associate local government leaders, city planners, universities and local industries to explore the issues of the ever-increasing urban population growth § Engaging and interacting with local inhabitants § Increase awareness of urban environment § In cooperation with ITU, McLuhan Foundation and EIT ICT Labs Guadalajara, the pilot city A call is open to select 9 more cities § See http://smartcities.ieee.org/home/ieee-smart-cities- initiative.html § Closure on the 16th of May
  14. 14. Thank you for your kind attention Gilles BETIS Urban Life & Mobility Action Line Leader gilles.betis@eitictlabs.eu http://www.eitictlabs.eu/ http://smartcities.ieee.org/ https://www.thalesgroup.com/en/worldwide/security/what-we-do/city
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