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QITCOM 2011

QITCOM 2011

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E-City Concept - Building Future, Green, Intelligent City

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Mr. Khalid M. Attia - Service Solutions Director, Huawei

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    Mr. Khalid Attia's presentation at QITCOM 2011 Mr. Khalid Attia's presentation at QITCOM 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Building a Future-Oriented Green Intelligent City An e-City Concept
    • The UN forecasts that city dwellers will reach 4.9 billion by 2030. By 2050, this will increase to 6 billion i.e. two-thirds of the world’s population
      Traffic Jam
      Environment
      Pollution
      Energy shortage
      Increasing crime rate
      Why Intelligent City or e-City? --Challenges faced with urbanization
      Meanwhile, it also means igher resource requirements and more complicated city management complex policy making and social relations.
      Page 2
    • Page 3
      Development Trends of e-City
      Near future:Smart City
      Today:Big modern City
      Yesterday:Human gathered place
      • Large number of urban population
      • Large-scale economic &social activities
      • Good urban infrastructure
      • Smart municipal management
      • Smart people's livelihood
      • Digital industry
      • Intelligent care & protection to citizen
      • Green & low energy cost
      • Meet the primitiveeconomic needs & social interaction
      City evolution driven by rapid urbanization:The world's urban population increased from 13% in 1900 (220 million), to 29% in 1950 (732 million), over 49% in 2005 (3.2 billion). In 2030 the urban ratio will increase to 60% (4.9 billion).
    • Smart City concept is Booming All Over the World
      Germany: T-city
      Belgium: i-city
      Ireland: Digital community
      China: 100+ Wireless city, Peace city
      U-Korea
      NA: several Wireless Cities
      U-Japan
      Egypt: several new CBDs
      Taipei: Wireless City
      HongKong: digital port
      Singapore
      iN2015
      FCC: dozens of oasis city in KSA, UAE, Qatar, Oman
      Digital Bombay
      Page 4
    • Challenges with constructing Smart City
      Redundant construction
      Redundant construction of Information Systems because
      of ineffective planning.
      Severe information silos
      Different department and industries working in INFORMATION
      SILOS.
      Incomplete &unscientific standards
      • Absence of a unified city information standard
      • Information standards applied to different departments are incompatible
      No suitable operation mode
      • Lack of a scientific & practical overall framework of city Information & e-flow
      • Lack of city-oriented construction & operation modes
      Page 5
    • Page 6
      What is a Smart City
      Secure / Harmonious /Happiness
      Long term & Stable Society
      Secure Society
      Enhanced Public Satisfaction Index
      E-Education
      Openness / High-efficiency / All-in-One
      Smart City
      CPS
      Healthy / Convenient / Happiness
      NVS
      ECC
      E-Health
      High-Efficiency Government
      Happy
      Life
      Intelligent Traffic
      E-Post
      Green
      Industry
      Service oriented Government
      Unified Communication
      E-Gov
      E-ID
      Accelerating industry development
      Video Conference
      Green / Continuous / Innovative
    • Page 7
      Concept of Building Smart City
      • Information improves people happiness index
      • Long-term stabile cities with social harmony
      • Service-oriented e-Government with optimum process flow
      • Promotes industrial development & prosperity
      Command
      Center
      City Video surveillance
      Unified Communication
      Building
      Mgmt
      e-Health
      e-Government
      Intelligent
      Traffic
      E-Business
    • Page 8
      Smart City Satisfies Your Expectations
      What Smart City Brings
      User Expectations
      Improve Efficiency
      • Reduce cost
      • Increase revenue
      High Efficiency
      • Lower service provision cost
      • Achieving policy objectives
      • Transformation
      Facilitate Service
      • Convenient service access
      • Convenient service process
      Smart City
      Convenient Service
      • Lower citizen cost
      • More effective interactions
      • Single point contact
      Boost Local Economy
      • Accelerate national industry
      • Absorb foreign investment
      Political Return
      • Greater participation
      • Bridge “Digital Divide”
      • Accelerate economy
      • Transparent & effective policy
      Build Government Image
      • Strengthen office transparency
      • Forefend corruption
      Page 8
    • Page 9
      Smart City Improves the Government Efficiency
      • Reduce cost
      Telecom expense
      Office expense
      Mailing expense
      Transportation expense
      Purchasing cost
      10~15%
      20~30%
      90%
      20~40%
      50~70%
      IP PBX
      Paperless
      Email & e-Government
      E-Procurement
      • Fast response
      e-Government can save cycle time of government affairs
      Information Query
      Document Transfer
      Government Approval
      70~80%
      40~50%
      70~90%
      Example:
      One policy is needed to be approved by 5 handlers before publishing to the public people, in e-workflow the policy will be transferred to next approver automatically after the previous approver approved already, no need to take document to many offices, can save about 50% time.
      Page 9
    • Smart City Provides ConvenientServices for Citizens
      • Convenient service access
      Anytime
      24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
      Anywhere
      Delivery of services at government counters, personal computers, telephones and other electronic channels.
      • Convenient service process
      Easy to use: citizen-centered, one-stop services
      Unified contact center
      Single point sign-on portal
      Online transaction such as: payment of tax, motor vehicle registration, health services information query etc.
      Example:
      In Shenzhen, a coastal city in south China, drivers can query the government website for any traffic violation & if needed, retrieve photo of the offence captured automatically by a traffic surveillance system.
      Page 10
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    • Page 11
      Smart City Boosts Local Economy
      • Encourage national industry
      Bridging the “digital divide”, reduce poverty and illiteracy
      In Chile, the government helped farmers to increase incomes by providing information about weather and global market prices.
      Creating new employment opportunities
      In India, government set up a portal to provide rural villagers job opportunity information in local languages
      • Absorb foreign investment
      Open governance, convenient G2B services attract business investments
      Delaware has the most multinational and pan-America companies’ headquarters, as well as the most comprehensive corporation law system and relevant online services.
      Page 11
    • Our Vision of e-City
      Improve Efficiency
      Save the Environment
      Encourage Socio Economic Growth
      Enhance Social Development
    • Overall Framework of e-City
      The e-City requires a unified platform, city data centers, and three basic networks. Through the tiered construction, the platform capability and application are expandable to create a future-oriented eCity system framework.
      Applicationlayer
      Environmentmonitoring
      Digitallogistics
      Emergencycommand
      Digital citymanagement
      Governmenthotline
      Digital medical care
      Intelligenttransportation
      Safe City
      IT capability
      City datacenter
      CT capability
      Platformlayer
      Telecom
      Network
      M2M
      IP Network
      Networklayer
      Perceptivelayer
      Mobilephone
      Video phone
      Callcenter
      RFID
      Sensor network
      Internet
      Wirelessgateway
      Cloudcomputing
      PC
      Camera
      Page 13
    • Large enterprise cloud
      Traffic cloud
      Medical treatment cloud
      Putting it All Together - Huawei Smart City
      eCity
      Service cloud
      • From purchase to renting
      • Immediate use after service enabling
      • One-stop Shop
      Cloud
      Governmentcloud
      oneICT platform
      SME cloud
      Education cloud
      Industry cloud
      Enterprise cloud
      • Unified service
      • Unified management
      • Open &Integrated Platform
      oneICT platform
      NGDC
      Data center cloud
      • Virtualized
      • Usage base
      • Flexible expansion
      Management
      Data center cloud
      Management
      Multi-service enterprise gateway
      Client
      • Service bearer
      • Consistent experience
      • Multi-function
      Client
      IP client
      Enterprise information client
      Thin client
      PC client
      Mobile client
      Industry client
      Control client
      Page 14
    • THANK YOU