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  • 1. CONTEMPORARY WITH IN AGREEMENT WITH THE GOVERNANCE OF THE NEW CITIES From single projects to organic policies of territorial transformation Press Conference, concept presentation SMART City Exhibition 2014 Rome, 3rd June 2014 Sala Aldo Moro, Palazzo Montecitorio
  • 2. Why smart city keeps on being a priority « Cities are the closest governmental level to the majority of the world’s population… » (M. Bloomberg, ex-mayor of New York) This fact bring them to much faster transformative interventions compared to their central governments.
  • 3. Today the 50% of people live in urban areas, consume the 75% of resources and produce the 80% of gas carbon. With the actual trend in 2050 the world population will reach 9 billion people with the 70% in urban areas. In the 30 most developed Countries vehicles will pass from the actual 700 millions to 1,7 billions. Why smart city keeps on being a priority
  • 4. The great urban phenomenons will happen outside of our country but in the same geopolitical area: Est Europe and the Mediterranean basin. Italy is its junction and can catalyse the ongoing processes placing itself as a guide-laboratory, above all for the emergence of alternative models based on middle-towns, quality of life and potentiality of cultural heritage. Why smart city keeps on being a priority
  • 5. In Italian cities we assist the unstoppable demand of spaces for free socialization or cultural production while the wave of sharing economy overwhelm the markets… Why smart city keeps on being a priority
  • 6. All of this quesions about specificities that jointly the reform of territorial governance impose an abrupt acceleration for policies programming and for arragment of technological platforms able to systematise the complexity of the Coutry-System, enabling its development towards innovation. Why smart city keeps on being a priority
  • 7. Why smart city keeps on being a priority In the meantime something will happen wordlwide:  In 2015 in Italy the 35% of new buildings’ consumption will be feeded by renewable sources, penalty the denial of the building permit (Dlgs 28/2011);  In 2016 the 50% of Italian population will be able to connect through broadband at 30 Megabit (Caio Report);
  • 8. Why smart city keeps on being a priority  In 2017 the world sustainable mobility can grow up to 19.5% among electric, plug-in electric cars and hybrid vehicles (Pike Research);  In 2018 in USA e-commerce will reach 414 billions dollars turnover, 70% of those in mobile (Forrester);
  • 9. Why smart city keeps on being a priority  In 2019 the number of global subscribers to Lte services will pass to about 2 billions from 229,7 millions in 2013 (ABI Research);  In 2020 the world of Internet of Things will encounter 26 billions of connected objects, an increased number of about 30 times compared to 2009 (Gartner).
  • 10. Why smart city keeps on being a priority These are datas that prefigue a necessary transformation of life style in urban areas. Smart City and Smart Community are cities and territories interpreted as combinations of informative fluxes and web of relations and communications, both phisical and digital, characterized by the capability to create social capital, people well- being, better quality of life. CONNECTION, PARTICIPATION, SUSTAINABILITY. These are the solutions!
  • 11. Why smart city keeps on being a priority Systematising, these are the scopes: Enabling Technologies Mobility Tourism Safeguarding of the territory Employment Logistic Culture Health Environment
  • 12. Which resourches and opportunities The European Urban Agenda is at stake of Structural Funds 2014-2020: – The 5% of funds will be addressed to projects for cities; – In Italy is dedicated a PON is dedicated to Metropolitan Areas To such areas are addressed a total of about 1 billion euros. In detail, to each city in South will go from 80 to100 millions, while to those in Center- North and Sardinia from 35 to 40 millions. 1
  • 13. Which resources and opportunities Inside Horizon 2020 – the new European Program to finance Research and Innovation for 80 billions of euros – the interventions for the Smart City are part of 2 on 3 financement branches: - Industrial Leadership - Societal Challenges With a series of specific competitions already started and others expiring on March 2015, a reason to fastly proceed in defining partnerships. 2
  • 14. Which resources and opportunities More than 850 millions of euros in Italy have been addressed to MIUR competitions, projects that need to be monitored and support by central government as well as a coordination to ease a reuse for the creation of an archive of intelligent solutions: To see where things work and systematize the surveyed experiences (benchmark). 3
  • 15. Which resources and opportunities To fund the Smart City is possible, with three conditions: 1) Spend less, spend better by reusing and targeting investments; 2) promote public/private parnerships; 3) do mix funding (project financing, European and national financing, ppp). Using the new European programming in a strategic way.
  • 16. The Italian situation is specific • 15 cities with more than 200.000 inhabitants; • a widespread presence of middle-towns; • the 85% of municipalities with less than 10.000 inhabitants. In smart city planning emerged in such context:
  • 17. The Italian situation is specific The holistic ● a core of big towns (Genova, Torino, Bari, Milano, Firenze) which thanks to the boost of competitions started structured paths toward the Smart City. By:  systematizing projects and interventions;  multilevel governance mechanisms among public, industry, finance, research and culture based actors.
  • 18. The Italian situation is specific The sectoral ● A significant number of municipalities, most of them middle- sized, experimented and actualized great quality interventions on specific sectors (sustainable mobility, e-government, energetic efficency, cultural heritage valorization, integrated data management) and now started to act towards the integration with other fields of citizens’ interests.
  • 19. The Italian situation is specific The latecoming ● urban contexs and wide areas, above all because of a significant territorial divide, both dimensional and infrastructural, still appear late regarding the adoption of planning and intervention models based on networks, services and territorial actor integration.
  • 20. The Italian situation is specific From the ANCI Observatory on Smart City emerges the Italian way to smart cities mainly characterized by:  a prevalence of actions related to the managment of sustainable energy resources to reduce CO2 emissions;  A positive inclination, but still not on a sufficient mature stage, to the managment of integrated data through ICT platforms for the advanced analysis of territorial informations;
  • 21. The Italian situation is specific  a resort to varied forms of funding but with a «traditional» form (municipal evaluation, European and national competitions, regional resources), still with a low effect of public- private partnership models, innovative procurement and project financing;  an inclination to play on initiatives with planning and realization modalities oriented on the participation of territorial actors, with governance models (association, foundation) targeted to share urban development processes;
  • 22. The Italian situation is specific  a growing consciousness on the need to consider social and cultural dimensions as pivotal to identify the perspectives of urban development under an inclusive point of view.
  • 23. We will talk about it at SMART CITY EXHIBITION 2014 dedicated this year to: THE GOVERNANCE OF NEW CITIES A great opportunity of collaborative work: it’s possible to replace the Municipalities’ low financial capability only through a platform able to systematize knowledge and solutions to make them replicable and scalable.
  • 24. SMART City Exhibition: the numbers of a success In the last edition: 125cities with 25from abroad, 100investors, 500speakers and a +42% visitors.
  • 25. SCE 2014 approach The 8 models at programme’s stake: 1) Urban Innovation Urban Agenda and Expo 2015. And other models based on bottom participation and engagement that are emerging. 2) Transparency Counter-corruption systems and “open” the public data heritage. 3) Sharing Sharing economy. the users and operators amount, interested in proposing solutions and services, is growing.
  • 26. SCE 2014 approach 4) Participation Co-design and engagement experiences already launched – that directly involved local institutions – are numerous. It’s needed to transform them into organic policies. 5) Collaboration Networks’ register, excavation planning, data and residential consumpions… there are many examples on how a forward-looking politic could drive cities in a smart way. 6) Knowledge Data analysis, mining and big data are just some of the many technologies to act the so called data driven decision.
  • 27. SCE 2014 approach 7) Inclusion There is a vision about the smart city aiming to valorize gender specificities and increase new citizens’ potentialities to free energy and intelligence, concentrating attention on the development of urban equality. 8) Institutional reforms and re-arrangement Law 56/2014 introduces huge novelties for governance at a regional level. To be metabolized and generate true efficiency, such innovations need norm, tools and above all a lot of training.
  • 28. SCE 2014 approach The 11 Policies at programme’s stake: 1. Europa 2014-2020 and financing: partnership agreements, Horizon 2020, national and regional operative Programs 2. Energy: national and regional policies, energy market, buildings’ and networks’ efficiency, smart grid… 3. Mobility: mobility management, cycling cities, public transit, sustainable logistics, monitoring and sensors… 4. Tourism: communication, promotion, combined territorial offer, geo-localization, connectivity, technologies for use… 5. Land preservation and resilience: civic safety and protection, use of social network for public communications, monitoring and tele-control...
  • 29. SCE 2014 approach 6. Job: support to innovation, digitalization of companies, service infrastructures, accelerators and start-up, 3D printing and digital artesans, the 3rd industrial revolution is possible also in Italy. 7. Culture and cultural production: museum policies, PPP management for museums and cultural assets, combined territorial offer, cultural heritage communication and promotion, cultural activities. 8. Health and welfare: assistance sustainability and service improvement, territorial assistance re-arrangement, health- houses, secondary welfare, tele-control, FSE - Electronic Health Record, digital health, fit&health.
  • 30. SCE 2014 approach 9. Digital Agenda: smart cities’ statute, digital expertise, monitoring, connectivity, national civil registry, users proximity services. 10. Housing: housing policies, co-housing, historical city requalification, housing cooperatives. 11. Food: eating city, sustainable agriculture, km 0, large organized distribution and territory, valorizing regional specificity, labelling and tracking, no-waste policies.
  • 31. SCE 2014 approach The common Forum with SAIE SCE2014 brings on a common group with SAIE (Building Innovation Fair) for the Forum: “Let’s build the cities of the future!” 6 big appointments where the protegonists of politics, public administration, economy, finance, research and citizenship work together around the drivers of development for the next 50 years.
  • 32. SCE 2014 approach The demonstrators At SCE 2014 a space co-planned with the Research Centers –CNR and ENEA for first – carrier of real experiences, mainly oriented to Smart Life applications.
  • 33. SCE 2014 approach The international perspective. In 2014 as well is confirmed the important presence of european cities and international experts, to stimulate the confrontation with the Italian realities and the birth of hew partnerships on specific projects.
  • 34. LET’S MEET AT SCE 2014! www.smartcityexhibition.it info@smartcityexhibition.it facebook.com/smartcityexhib twitter.com/Smartcityexhib