Mr. Khalid Attia's presentation at QITCOM 2011

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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

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

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