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Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
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Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011
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Mr. Paul Chang's presentation at QITCOM 2011

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City Operations Centre for Managing City

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Mr. Paul Chang - Business Development Executive for Emerging Markets, IBM

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  • Econominc: Cities are competitng to attract business, globalization affecting business in cities Urbanisation: to address this either expand on physical infrastructure or use and utilise the urban systems in smart ways Enviromental: Drive to cut CO2 affects business decisions, cities like AD and Doha would never discuss programs for emergy and environment 2 years ago, utilisation of energy companies Technological: RFID, sensors that can help u sense the urban system activities are available. Connectivity, super computers, analytics
  • Smart city model needs to address the different objectives This one is a quality of life view
  • - that provide services improvement like reduce congestions, reduce CO2, smooth demand on energy, safer environement
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • Generates real time data, that can help improving decision making, and taking preventive measure Cities may have systems that generate data for transactional purposes The slide shows the sources of data, may be already installed at the city
  • Systems installed for transactional purposes and have enough Good ROI Generates huge amount of Data, analytics can provide value for this data, valuable insights, SLT asked IBM I have all this data can u use it and provide me something of value? Data, historical data+other factors like weather, cars/sec, models, prediction
  • This is the smarter cities approach The Smarter Cities approach focuses on managing the city from a fully integrated and interconnected holistic point of view that increases the data gathered, shares that data to optimize the domains individually, and allows convergence of information into an Intelligent City Operations Center (ICOC)
  • 05/04/11
  • Before we go further, it is important we all agree on what the definition of a Smarter Building is. It is a building that is managed comprehensibly to provide optimal occupancy services in a Reliable, Cost Efficient, and sustainable manner. It is not smart if it is not reliable; it is not smart if it is not cost efficient. And it is not smart if it not sustainable and wastes resources. It is equipped with the right instruments and systems to enable Visibility, predictability, and control. It is integrated with the utility smart grid to take advantage of time-of-use electric rates, and to minimize consumption during peak hours; it is capable of producing at least part of its energy needs by recycling internal air for example. And most importantly, it has user interface tools to keep the building managers and even the occupants, aware of the real time parameters of the building and to empower them to impact those parameters.
  • To reiterate once more, smarter buildings are managed comprehensibly to provide optimal occupancy services in a Reliable, Cost Efficient, and sustainable manner. A few examples of how our customers have made their buildings smarter can be seen here: The St. Regis Hotel in in Shanghai is taking a holistic approach to energy management that enhances the efficiency of buildings and other assets and is the only 5-star hotel that is a Smarter Building in the Shanghai region in China. Working with IBM, the St. Regis integrated 12 sub-systems to create one intelligent building, with a ratio of energy costs to revenue below 5% compared to 8% for other five-star hotels in the Shanghai region – a 40% improvement. Creating effective and energy efficient approaches to solve buildings systems shortcomings is making the Tulane University campus in New Orleans, LA smarter. They are connecting to existing building systems to collect metered data and incorporating that data to enable advanced analytics that uncover sub optimal conditions. This is bringing disparate data together to drive better decision making and measurably reduce overall energy costs. At IBM’s Rochester, MN campus , we have implemented the IBM intelligent Building management solution. The Rochester campus was established in 1956; it has 36 buildings that contain 3.1Million square feet which is equivalent to about 300,000 meter square. It is a multi use campus which includes manufacturing, warehousing, development labs, office space and a data center. The local building management team has been implementing building enhancements for the past 7 years, such as improving the insulation and the roof material, and have achieved an impressive 5 to 8% energy reduction per year.
  • IBM offers many solutions applicable to modern city systems. These can be smartly chosen after investment in a set of core offerings that can help assess needs, set priorities, manage progress and coordinate basic services. The slide shows the different domains of the city
  • Highlights: Original Contract in 2006: TCV - $140M; IBM - ~$50M: ~$40M to Design & Build, ~$10M to Operate for 7 Months before referundum; Current Contract beginning Aug 2007 – Operate the fully approved scheme; ~$35M per year for 5 years Scheme Details: Cordon-Charging Scheme; entry/exit points into cordon, charge per entry/exit. Volume details: 340K passages/day, collecting $2.1M/week, 420K transponders in use along with cameras IBM Prime for e2e solution - build and operate Complex city scheme delivered on time to budget Excellent client relationship Non binding referendum in Sept 2006 - 60%+ now predicted positive Impact of scheme – 23% reduction in traffic – greater than expected - improved public transport Helped position IBM as leader in urban congestion charging projects Visits from over 15 potential clients e.g. Transport for London, New York, Norway and San Francisco Why we won: IBM’s ability to prime D&B and Operate High degree of in-house content Strong financials Good partner selection Excellent client relationship Solution approach Global support to local team Drive and motivation of delivery team
  • Contact: Ian Abbott Donnelly, IBM Big Green Innovations, European CTO Date: 10/14/09 Comments: Original content based on discussions with Ian on 5/14/09. Includes edits provided by Ian on 10/9/09. Validation discussion completed 10/14/09. Contract value £30K (~$50-60K) for current engagement (£16 for development, £14K for data sourcing). There are options for additional funding as the engagement progresses and additional agencies and partner become involved. Currently mostly good pr and covering IBM cost. SJP and ST leadership are not aware of this engagement. Martin Fleming and Sharon Nunes are aware. What are the client's needs? Develop Peterborough as the leading environmental city in the UK, accelerating its ability to improve its environmental sustainability Understand how the city can better visualize its performance as a sustainable city and prove externally that they are on the leading edge Better coordinate city resources to get more data into the public domain to share their success as the leading UK sustainable city Continued excellence in city-wide sustainability to drive economic development. IBM involvement and partners Big Green Innovations led with support from IBM Innovation Centre – Dublin Partners include Opportunity Peterborough, Green Ventures, and Royal Haskoning IBM brought into the project through prior relationship with Royal Haskoning How is IBM making the city Smarter? Helping client visualize their sustainability strategy Sustainability modeling for city agencies Accelerating engagement, both public and professionals Value Capture Providing a catalyst for new projects and enable collaboration with local partners City leaders positioned to gain recognition for Peterborough as the leading sustainable city in the UK Developing the "Peterborough Model" to be used with other clients to assess a city's maturity through data visualization
  • Contact: Andy MacIsaac, Global Regional and Local Government Marketing Date: 10/23/09 Comments : Validated with Andy on 12/23. May have some exposure with the ST. TCV: Hardware Revenue: (in US $) (Storage) $1,391,555 Software Revenue: (in US $) $20,053 Services Revenue: (in US $) $66,049 Total Contract Revenue: (in US $) $1,477,657
  • Contact: Michael Kearney, FSIs and Global Government – IBM Research Date: 10/14/09 Comments: Referred by Tony Liu, Sr. Manager Industry Solution and BD, IBM China Research Lab and Wei Sun. Validation discussion 10/14/09. The Mayor of Shenyang and Northeastern University receive funding from the central government for innovation projects. Contract Value: $30M to IBM research, ~$3-4M to GTS for IT Infrastructure, additional funding on the building to house the collaboratory. Deal signed on 09/16/09 The Collaboratory has license to 50 IBM research assets over next 5 years and will include support from 25-30 IBM research people and some number of university people. IBM and the collaboratory will partner to share the results of the IP developed in the collaboratory, leveraging new assets and technologies in Shenyan and elsewhere. IBM was approached by the Mayor for this engagement, signing a MOU in May 2009. Deal was initiated by the IBM account team and existing relationships with the Mayor and Vice Mayor, who has been a straing advocate for the project. The deal is based on conducting research on promising technologies. Phase 2 of the collaboratory will be to develop proof of concept and pilot projects, incubate new technologies, and see what works in the real world. Quantifiable value will be recognized as the project matures. IBM has not committed to transform the city, only conduct research. John Kelly and Tom Li (Director of IBM Research - China & GCG Chief Technologist) are very aware of this engagement including the overall structure of the deal. Tom Lee reports to John. What are the client's needs? Enhance the city through advanced research, transforming it to a knowledge economy and bringing more high tech jobs Responsibly solve its environmental issues and provide a healthier environment for its citizens Be the country's model city for environment protection and development, and lead China in environmentally responsible innovation IBM involvement and partners Joint collaboration with IBM Research, Shenyang City, and Northeastern University (China) Includes GTS support for IT Infrastructure Based on existing relationships with the Mayor and Vice Mayor of Shenyang and IBM’s account team How is IBM making the city Smarter? Partnering to create the Shenyang Eco-City Research Institute to focus on advancing technology solutions that: Significantly reduce carbon emissions Conserve energy Manage water efficiently Effectively track food from farm to fork Enhance intelligent transportation and traffic systems Create environmental emergency response plans Allow a proactive approach to environmental responsibility Value Capture Finding innovative ways to conserve natural resources, reduce carbon emissions and address water treatment systems Applying IBM analytics and dashboard solutions to help public and private sector entities share data and make collaborative decisions Each party will gain new understanding related to smart cities and environmental responsibility
  • Contact: Andy MacIsaac, Global Regional and Local Government Marketing Date: 10/23/09 Comments : Validated with Andy on 12/23. CISEM was involved at the Berlin event in the Public Safety breakout. Steve Mills, Mike Daniels, and Jon Iwata are aware of this engagement. TCV: SWG Revenue $400,000 Another one – also swg – big exposure Guteng province South Africa – virtual ops center. Containg jburg and pretoria – city based side. Hosing world cup 2010 – implementing province wide emergence virtual operations center. Virtual agility, mobile and lcoal command centers. Inst, inter,and intell. Make city safer – some rolling oppportuinty. Have centter to manage all services. To other evenrts. Poland euro 12 1012 regional cup. In discussions about traffic management systems. We can do very well – problemtrying to replicate. Virtual opps center – difffernet modules. Mobile and fixed. Mitch Free.
  • Contact: Jane Snowden, Senior Manager, General Business, IBM Research Date: 10/21/09 Comments : Initial discussion with J. Snowden 10/13/09. Received additional comments and feedback from J. Snowden, Jayant Kalagnanam, and Young Lee on 10/13/09. Ray Paskauskas on 10/14/09. Final version sent by J. Snowden on 10/21/09 – includes feedback from entire team. Engagement still in discussion with CUNY. Planning to kickoff project in December 2009. No measurable results to date. What are the client's needs? To understand and manage energy use throughout over 1,400 city buildings, primarily K-12 public schools, and improve the efficiency of NYC buildings as part of the mayor’s PlaNYC IBM involvement and partners IBM Research led First-of-A-Kind (FOAK) proposal with collaboration from GTS and SWG Proposed IBM partnerships with City University of New York (CUNY) and several cities including New York City and Ottawa, Canada How is IBM making the city Smarter? Identifying overachieving and underperforming schools in terms of energy efficiency and making recommendations for cost savings Understanding the contributions of energy mix (electricity, natural gas, fuel oil and steam) and seasonal trends in energy efficiency and performance Developing models to link behavioral insights for energy decision-making and leveraging knowledge for workforce training Generating energy demand forecasts using weather forecasting to design demand response contracts with a utility Exploring the feasibility of community power generation through renewable resources and the use of district energy, shared heating or cooling initiatives Value Capture Planned First-of-a-Kind initiative as part of the newly announced IBM Business Analytics Solution Center in New York City Using weather information and historical energy consumption data to conduct analytics to predict future energy consumption, make recommendations to influence cost savings, and potentially provide guidance in renegotiating fuel contracts
  • What are the client's needs? Improve operational efficiency and customer service by enabling clients to better manage consumption through smart meters Transform the relationship between consumers and utilities suppliers, enabling more efficient energy and water consumption IBM involvement and partners Enemalta Corporation, Water Services Corporation How will IBM making the city smarter? Replacing all 250,000 analog electricity meters with smart meters Integrating water meters and advanced IT applications to enable remote monitoring, management, and meter readings Enabling residents to track energy use online and change consumption habits Value Capture Customers: Providing citizens better information to make energy usage decisions Customers pay only for the power they actually use Customers may to switch to a pre-pay service Utilities Can manage pricing to sustain new energy consumption policies More efficient monitoring of electricity and water grids Remote activation and management to reduce connection time IBM The Maltese network is providing valuable information about how an entire community or city responds to these new tools
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    • 1. Smarter Cities May 4, 2011 Paul Chang Business Strategy and Development, Emerging Technologies IBM Software Group
    • 2. Why Smarter Cities? Why now? Source: Various; IBM MI Analysis Technological Social/Demographic Economic Environmental
      • Economic development, business locate where human and physical capital is – i.e. cities
      • Developed world has underinvested in its cities; the developing world needs new urban infrastructure ($41T needed by 2030)
      • Rise of “new” cities (MASDAR, New Songho City, GIFT, KAEC, etc.)
      • Global financial crisis is spurring government stimulus, creating new jobs
      • At the end of 2008, 50% of the world population lived in a city
      • Urban population will almost double between 2010-50 (to 6.4B!)
      • 18 countries in the world with contracting populations (in 2050, 44)
      • Asia will become 50% urban in next 15 years
      • Rapid urbanization is creating high stresses for many Asian cities, in turn driving the construction of hundreds of new cities
      • Convergence of pervasive digital networks, sensors, advanced analytics
      • There are over 4 billion mobile cellular subscribers in the world today (60% penetration)
      • Location-based services and social networking continue to grow in capability and popularity
      • IT has made it possible for global enterprises to operate anywhere in the world
      • Drive for cities to cut carbon emissions and increase the energy they get from renewable sources
      • There will be 1.2 billion cars on the road by 2015 (~1 car/6 people)
      • 95% of the world's cities still dump raw sewage into their waters
      Copyright Colin Harrison 2009
    • 3. There are many different visions of a “ smart city ”… The Sustainable Eco-City The Well Planned City The Healthy and Safe City The Cultural-Convention Hub The City of Digital Innovation The City of Commerce
    • 4. Governments need to provide services more rapidly, more cheaply, and less disruptively than traditional methods
      • Intelligent Transportation Systems
        • Facilitate use of Public Transportation
        • Reduce congestion & delay
        • Reduce air & noise pollution
      • Energy Management
        • - Extend effective network capacity
        • - Facilitate Distributed Generation
        • Enable Demand Management
        • Enable smarter consumers
      • Environmental Management
        • City-wide Measurements
        • KPI’s, scorecards
        • CO 2 Management
      • Public Safety
        • Safer streets
        • Reduced crime
        • Response to violent weather
        • National security
      • Environmental Management
        • Monitoring air & water pollution
        • Protecting open space
        • Restoration
      • Integrated Building Management
        • Reduce energy consumed
        • Reduce asset management cost
        • Integrated security
      Copyright Colin Harrison 2009
      • Water Management
        • Ensure water safety
        • Reduce leaks & breaks
        • Reduced energy
    • 5. … by leveraging the Smarter Planet movement. Copyright Colin Harrison 2009 Our world is becoming INSTRUMENTED. Our world is becoming INTERCONNECTED. Virtually all things, processes and ways of working are becoming INTELLIGENT.
    • 6. 100 Years of Innovations Selectric Typewriter Personal Computer
    • 7. 100 Years of Innovations Barcodes Magnetic Stripe
    • 8. 100 Years of Innovations Magnetic Disc Drive Excimer Laser
    • 9. 100 Years of Innovations SABRE Deep Thunder
    • 10. 100 Years of Innovations Predictive Crime Fighting Watson
    • 11. 100 Years of Innovations Smarter Cities
    • 12. First we help real-time data flow within a single agency….
      • Service
      • Instrumentation
      • Data
      • Analytics
      • Outcomes
      Electrical Energy Smart Meters Network sensors Appliances Electric Vehicles Consumption Energy flows Injected energy Shadow energy markets Network diagnostics Consumer r/t feedback Peak demand smoothing EV charging… Transportation Inductive loops RFID Video Toll gate passage (cars, trucks) Aggregate traffic flows Transit performance Injected energy Congestion Prediction R/t intermodal planning Traveler Information On Demand management Reduced congestion & delay Optimal use of infrastructure Public Safety Public video cameras Multi-source surveillance video Video indexing Event detection Event correlation Video query R/t event detection R/t suspect identification
    • 13. …this real-time, real-world data contains valuable information about patterns of behavior Operational/ Transactional Road Usage Optimization, GHG emission models
      • More granular charging, by location
      • Analysis of traffic patterns to manage city congestion.
      • Modeling traffic to predict and manage entire system
      • Dynamic and congestion based pricing
      • Route planning and advice, shippers, concrete haulers, limo companies, theatres, taxis etc
      • City-wide, dynamic traffic optimization
      • Toll collection only - disconnected operational data
      • Transaction data from the management of payments
      • Little automated use is made of real-time traffic data
      Business Development Operational/ Transactional Insights System wide control
    • 14. …and to present this information in an Intelligent City Operations Center Executive Citizen Water Transport Incident Management System Maps
    • 15. Intelligent City Operation Centre Copyright Colin Harrison 2009
    • 16.
      • Description:
      • Provides a domain services request management system with Executive, domain Operations, and Agency dashboards that include domain KPI reports with trends and analysis of event and domain data.
      • Centralized environment for planning, organizing, monitoring and sharing information continuously in response to changing conditions.
      • Allows for drill down capabilities on details of service requests, team members and assets assigned and status – which is also available in a geospatial context for situational awareness.
      • Provides for integrated collaboration within the views and as an element on the dashboard.
      • Event and directive management is achieved through integrated incident management, reporting and collaboration & communication.
      • Customer pain addressed:
      • Domain leaders today manage incidents and view KPIs / reports through disparate systems
      • Lack of domain to domain coordination and collaboration in the planning and execution of events
      • Solution software key components:
      • Incident Reporting & Tracking
      • Situation Awareness & Reporting
      • Real Time Collaboration
      • Resource & Critical Asset Management
      • Cloud Enabled
      Intelligent Operations Centre
    • 17. Description: SVS , Smarter Video Surveillance, the ability to analyze and identify potential public safety issues from CCTV supplied footage. The SVS solution can monitor feeds from CCTV cameras and search for pre defined issues. This removes the need for constant human monitoring The SVS solution can playback CCTV feeds to flow a issue from point to point after the issue. Consider a stolen car, the SVS system can analyze footage from CCTV feed to CCTV feed to pin point the direction the car was driven The SVS solution can alert in real time the operator when a pre defined event occurs. This can be displayed on a main screen and the event can be stored for trend analysing. Customer pain addressed: CCTV Camera hardware and installations are becoming cheaper to install while the cost ownership of human monitor is static or increasing in cost Technology evolution in the CCTV space has been centred around hardware and not software analyzing Public Safety - Smart Video Surveillance
      • Solution software key components:
      • Event identification reporting & Tracking
      • Playback search
      • Cloud Enabled
      • User Friendly UI and Setup
      • Operation Centre Function & Container
    • 18.
      • Key Value:
      • Traffic analysis capability to allow for better management of traffic , improvement of commuter experience, reduction of pollution and improve the ability for emergency responders and public safety officials to act quickly
      • Ability to aggregate information across multiple intra-city geographies/locales as well as information from a diverse set of data input source types and vendors
      • A data source agnostic , standard information model on top of which vertical value applications can be created with ease and with ability to scale
      • Ability to access historical and real-time information about all traffic performance, conditions, configurations and incidents
      • Customer Pain Addressed:
      • Existing traffic data systems, ATMS and TMC applications each cover limited intra-city geographic/locale scope
      • Integrations between traffic data systems, ATMS and TMC applications that function across the same city are either non-existent or limited
      • There is a diversity of traffic data systems in terms of types, vendors and data abstraction levels which is posing a great challenge to the creation of vertical traffic applications traffic flow optimization, improving commuter experience, pollution reduction & emergency response
      • There is no way to have city-wide visibility for traffic performance, conditions, configurations and incidents
      • Solution Software key components:
      • Standards based integration data capture systems
      • Traffic data model and repository
      • High-performance access to data for visibility, advanced analytics in built & add-on functionality
      • Cloud Enabled
      • Operation Centre Function & Container
      Transportation - Traffic Information Hub
    • 19.
      • Kay Value:
        • Provides better proactive management of traffic
        • Uses a combination of historical and real time traffic data to predict the rates of traffic flow in the near future (10-60 minutes)
        • Predictions for areas for which current traffic flow information is not available – Data Expansion Capability
        • Has proven to be more accurate than existing traffic prediction methods.
        • Is highly efficient and can be run on a medium- to large-size network in real-time.
        • Provides valuable input to traffic operators
        • Can augment future predictive to real-time data as input for traveler information systems in route planning
        • Customer Pain Addressed:
      • Increasing Congestion – Everywhere
          • Wasted time, wasted fuel, wasted productivity
          • Negative impact on a region’s economic vitality, growth and competitiveness
      • Deteriorating Infrastructure
          • Roads and bridges need significant rehabilitation
          • Risk of serious infrastructure failures impacting public safety
      • Funding Gap is Growing
          • Many important needs with limited financial resources
          • Gas tax no longer a reliable source of sustained funds
      • Environmental Impact
          • Traffic is the single largest contributor to poor air quality
          • Negative impact on health and quality of life
      • Safety
          • Traffic crash statistics improved; yet, always more to do
      • Solution Software Key Components:
      • Predictive Analytics Engine
      • Data Expansion Algorithm
      • Data Integration, Query & Visualization Module
      • Cloud Enabled
      • Operation Centre Function & Container
      Transportation - Traffic Prediction Tool Lane control employed to open additional outbound lane Traffic signal timing patterns adjusted along parallel arterials Variable message signs display alternate route information Warning of potential commute troubles -Reroute Advice Traveller Portal Traffic News Ticker
    • 20. Description: Use AMR data to analyze water usage of customers and identify usage patterns. Ability to use usage profiles to create customer segments. Identify opportunities to improve / adjust rate schedules and develop rate models by segment and season in order to smooth revenue flow. Leverage usage patterns to identify top x% of customers and focus on these for water conservation efforts Use historical, seasonal and near real-time information to detect potential failures of assets, thus avoiding high cost of checking every asset. Customer pain addressed: High cost of inspecting, detecting and repairing asset failures. Inability to create rate case for high users water due to lack of supporting data. Inability to create rate models based on segmentation of users by usage pattern Inability to drive meaningful water conservation efforts due to lack of insights into usage patterns
      • Solution software key components:
      • Advanced analytics and optimization algorithms
      • Visualization of data on GIS system
      • Generate and export reports and graphs
      • Cloud Enabled
      • Operation Centre Function & Container
      Intelligent Water Management – Water Usage Analytics
    • 21. City Manager Dashboard in Intelligent Operations Center
    • 22. Traffic Dashboard in Intelligent Operations Center
    • 23. Smarter Cities consist of Smarter Building
      • Smarter Buildings…
      • Are more cost effective by reducing energy and operating costs.
      • Use active and designed-in techniques to achieve reliability, efficiency and environmental responsibility.
      • Provide Visibility, Control and Automation to building systems.
      • Maintain a safer and more secure workplace.
      • Communicate in real-time to supporting infrastructure (i.e. smart grid, broadband, etc.).
      Smarter Buildings are well managed, integrated physical and digital infrastructures that provide optimal occupancy services in a reliable , cost effective , and sustainable manner.
    • 24. Smarter Buildings applications and benefit examples SMART IS Holistic energy management that enhances the efficiency of buildings and other assets. St. Regis Hotel: Designed for 4.9% energy cost to revenue compared to average for 5 star hotels average at 8%. Reduced energy cost/revenue 40% vs. similar 5 Star hotels. SMART IS Solving building systems shortcomings with the most appropriate, effective & energy efficient approaches. Tulane University: Connecting to existing building systems to collect metered data; incorporating advanced analytics to uncover sub optimal conditions; bringing disparate data together to drive better decision making and measurably reduce overall energy costs. . IBM Rochester, MN: A 5% year-over-year incremental energy savings in a facility that has undergone years of energy efficiency improvements, plus 8% annual savings equipment operating costs. SMART IS Integration of energy and asset management to lower operating cost.
    • 25.
      • Smarter Cities - Examples
      Copyright Colin Harrison 2010
    • 26. Examples on IBM Solutions Portfolio for Cities
      • Analytics
      • Assessing overall health of the community vs. national indicators
      • Establish goals and priorities
      • Municipal Dashboards
      • Measuring progress against goals
      • Identifying improvement areas
      • Public Safety
      • Crime information warehouse
      • Emergency response
      • Digital surveillance
      • Energy & Utilities
      • Smart grid
      • Building efficiency assessments
      • Water management
      • Intelligent Transportation
      • Road user charging
      • Fare management
      • Transport info management
      • Healthcare
      • E-medical records
      • Home health services
      • Payment systems
      • Education
      • Smarter Campus
      • Smart Administration
      • Innovation in Research
      • Government Services
      • Citizen-centered design
      • Integrated service delivery
      • Permits and licenses
      • Land registries
      Government Accountability – Results orientation and Openness
      • Water management
      • Leakage / NRW
      • Water Quality
      • Innovation in Research
      • Smart Buildings
      • Energy management
      • Facility management
    • 27. Stockholm Congestion Project
      • 25% reduction in traffic entering the cordon
      • 15% reduction in CO 2 emissions
      • $120 Mn / year revenue to the City of Stockholm – payback cost of system in 4 years
      • Public transportation capacity increased through additional revenue
      Source: www.stockholmsforsoket.se
    • 28.
      • What are the city's needs?
        • Improved visualization of the city’s performance
        • Improved coordination of city resources to get more data into the public domain
        • Drive economic development through sustainability
      • Partners
        • Partners include Opportunity Peterborough, Green Ventures, and Royal Haskoning
      • How is the city becoming Smarter?
        • Helping clients visualize their sustainability strategy
        • Sustainability modeling for city agencies
        • Better engagement, both public and professional
      • Value Capture
        • Catalyst for new projects and collaboration
        • Recognition for Peterborough as the leading sustainable city in the UK
      Peterborough, UK - An Environmental Capital City Partners: Green consulting & local stakeholder engagement Urban & Environmental Infrastructure
    • 29.
      • What are the city's needs?
      • Allow advanced detection and notification systems to be plugged-in and tuned as necessary to address new threats
      • Enable city officials to monitor traffic patterns, detect suspicious activity, and potential Public Safety concerns
      • Partners
      • Chicago Office of Emergency Management & Communications (OEMC), Firetide (wireless networks), Genetec (IP video surveillance)
      • How is the city becoming Smarter?
      • Integration of surveillance networks and expanded situational awareness
      • A system to capture, monitor and index video for real-time and forensic-related Public Safety needs
      • Value Capture
      • Greater situational awareness during emergencies
      • Faster and more effective deployment of emergency responders
      Chicago, IL – Operation Virtual Shield © 2007 Foster and Partners
    • 30.
      • What are the city's needs?
        • Enhance the city through advanced research, transforming it to a knowledge economy
        • Responsibly solve its environmental issues and provide a healthier environment for its citizens
        • Be China’s model for environmental protection and development
        • Lead China in environmentally responsible innovation
      • Partners
        • Shenyang City and Northeastern University (China)
      • How is the city becoming Smarter?
          • Significantly reduce carbon emissions
          • Conserve energy
          • Manage water efficiently
          • Effectively track food from farm to fork
          • Enhance intelligent transportation and traffic systems
          • Create environmental emergency response plans
          • Allow a proactive approach to environmental responsibility
      • Value Capture
        • Ways to conserve natural resources, reduce carbon emissions and address water treatment systems
      Shenyang, China - Eco City Research Institute
    • 31.
      • What are the city's needs?
      • Seamlessly coordinate and deploy individual emergency response units in Madrid
      • Highest possible availability of public safety services
      • Partners
      • Centro Integrado de Seguridad y Emergencias de Madrid (CISEM), INDRA (Systems Integrator)
      • How is the city becoming Smarter?
      • Secure access to CISEM's applications and enabling seamless connectivity and communications encryption
      • Integrated information from various databases
      • Value Capture
      • Able to mobilize and coordinate emergency resources in a fast and effective way
      • Distinguish single and multiple emergencies and assign the right resources
      Madrid, Spain – Centro Integrado de Seguridad y Emergencias de Madrid (CISEM)
    • 32.
      • What are the city's needs?
        • To understand and manage energy use throughout over 1,400 city buildings, primarily K-12 public schools
      • Partners
        • City University of New York
      • How is the city becoming Smarter?
        • Identifying overachieving and underperforming schools in terms of energy efficiency
        • Understanding the contributions of energy mix and seasonal trends in energy efficiency and performance
        • Generating demand forecasts using weather forecasting to design demand response contracts
      • Value Capture
        • Make recommendations to influence cost savings, and potentially provide guidance in renegotiating fuel contracts
      New York, NY – Energy Performance Management in Public Buildings
    • 33. Valetta, Malta – A Smart Grid Island
      • What are the city’s needs?
        • Improve operational efficiency and customer service
        • Manage constrained resources
      • Partners
        • ABB, Enemalta Corporation, Water Services Corporation, GdF-Suez
      • How is the city becoming Smarter?
        • 250,000 smart electricity and water meters
        • Integrating water meters and advanced IT applications
        • Residents track energy use online and change consumption habits
    • 34. Let’s Build Smarter Buildings… Let’s Build Smarter Cities… Let’s Build a Smarter Planet… Please visit the IBM booth for more details

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