Graham Bennett LightSpeed Derby

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Graham Bennett LightSpeed Derby

  1. 1. Graham Bennett
  2. 2. Launch of INCA’sUltra-Connected Smart CitiesSpecial Interest Group
  3. 3. Derby is not 1 of 10:‘super-connected cities’Belfast, Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff,Edinburgh, Leeds, London, Manchester, orNewcastle.Derby is not 1 of 8:‘Core cities’Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester,Newcastle, Nottingham, or Sheffield.
  4. 4. Derby is 1 of 27:Aberdeen, Brighton & Hove, Cambridge, Chelmsford,Coventry, Derby, Dundee, Exeter, Gloucester, Hull,Leicester, Londonderry, Newport, Norwich, Oxford,Perth, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Preston,Salford, Southampton, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland,Swansea, Wolverhampton, York.Still missing from 10 & 27:Liverpool, Nottingham, and Sheffield.
  5. 5. Why Derby should be anUltra-Connected Smart City1. Global competitiveness, to rebalance the national economy for growth
  6. 6. UK’s No.1 high-tech city. . .
  7. 7. Why Derby should be anUltra-Connected Smart City1. Effective resource management: • Energy • Transport • Security • Health & Social care • Smart Citizens
  8. 8. Why Derby should be anUltra-Connected Smart City1. Local employment: • 1,000 more jobs every year . . . • Boost start-up rate • 21st Century skills
  9. 9. What Derby is doing to becomean Ultra-Connected Smart City1. Core Network Connecting: •Public sector agencies •Major businesses/business parks •Major new developments
  10. 10. What Derby is doing . . . . .2. The Osmaston vision
  11. 11. At Osmaston . . . There will be: •330 new homes •Significant enterprise units •A new GP surgery •A new school •Refurbishment of up to 2,500 homes •Genuine resident engagement Plus: •Neighbourhood wide superfast broadband •Sensors and actuators in all homes
  12. 12. The Osmaston approach• Sensors will provide vital evidence for city-wide refurbishment programmes• Sensors & actuators will support local effective management of energy• New GP surgery will enable development and delivery of telecare and telehealth• Training facility for GPs in use of data/technology
  13. 13. What Derby is doing . . . . . 3. Smart Derby City • Osmaston trail-blazer will support city- wide roll outs • Will link into smart transport management • Data generated could allow development of “app’s” to support the citizen All part of developing Derby as a smart city
  14. 14. Conclusions: (1)Our shared context:•The future is unpredictable•Greater interconnectedness than before•Scale & speed of change is increasing•‘Impacts’ are quicker & greater•Quality, current information is essential•Data infrastructure can help cope . . . ?
  15. 15. Conclusions: (2)We need to:•Think comprehensively - ‘whole system’•Address fragmented market – not ignore!•Business model, inc stimulating demand•Confront threat of ‘spoiling tactics’•Recognise no single “killer App’”and most of all, accept that . . . . .
  16. 16. Partnership Matters!

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