Enabling innovation smart cities smart living presentation by volker buscher_arup

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UKTI Presentation given at the Practical Toolkit for Doing Business In South East Asia event at The Oval Kia, London on 18 October 2012.

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  • What we are going to talk about today mostly draws on this report C40 was set up by KL when Mayor of London in 2005 and I implemented as his adviser Based on London’s need to learn Idea is to share knowledge pure and simple, with some hope to also inflect international markets through the combined purchasing power of big city mayors Now led by Mayor of New York, who has provides generous funding through his Foundation, and has merged with Bill Clinton’s Climate Initiative
  • Documents and conversations provide INPUT – allow us to get ready We can then determine metrics/evaluation criteria Then we follow three steps Identify and generate Investigate and understand Evaluate and critique
  • Enabling innovation smart cities smart living presentation by volker buscher_arup

    1. 1. Enabling Innovation: Smart Cities Smart LivingInformation Marketplaces: the new dimension in urban development Volker Buscher Director | IT & Communications Systems, UKMEA | Arup Smart CitiesVolker.Buscher@arup.com | @vbuscher | 07771 598 840
    2. 2. The ContextMarkets & Departments1.Smart mobility2.Urban Regeneration and property development3.(Smart Multi Utilities)2.Opportunities and barriers
    3. 3. 3 Our research and thinking
    4. 4. Control Centres Walking & Cycling Traffic Light Priority Real-time Bus InfoWayfinding Journey Planner Emissions Reporting More Sensing Connectivity movement Bus Rapid Transit © Image Copyright4 Our research and thinking
    5. 5. C40 city actions5 Our research and thinking
    6. 6. more bottom up 62% of “smart” than top down actions taken are related to transport, buildings and connectivity. Few leading cities are beginning to invest in a strategic framework.6 Towards a Strategic Framework for smart cities
    7. 7. Objectives for a Strategic Framework 1. Economic development 2. Great places to live and work 3. Growth in the ecological age http://www.istockphoto.com/7 Our research and thinking
    8. 8. Smart mobilityInformation Marketplaces and mobility, March ‘12Cities are beginning to think more strategically about the use of information andcommunications technology in mobility. But the challenges are not just technical.A combination of leadership, technology and new infrastructures can add realvalue to our mobility needs.
    9. 9. Ticketing TicketingSystems SystemsDeutsche Bahn Touch and Travel uses NFC technology and mobile platforms toenable a convenient and multi-modal travel, information and ticketing service
    10. 10. Consolidation Consolidation Service Service Charging Charging Centres Centres Platforms Platforms Infrastructure Infrastructure Analytics Analytics Multi Modal Multi Modal Providers Providers Smart mobility projects within smart mobility framework Mobility as Mobility as Command & Command & Data Store Data Store Service Service Control Control10 Smart Mobility Framework
    11. 11. Smart Mobility Projects New Mobility as Multi- Transport Service Business Analytics Modal Platforms NEW a Service Providers Models Change within 80% Verticals Charging Infrastructure Command & New Control Centres Consolidation Infrastructure Centres 20% Ticketing Projects Systems Congestion Charging11 Smart Mobility Framework
    12. 12. Great Place to Live & Work Economic Development Ecological Age Congestion, Environment & Transport System Cost Electrification of bus network12 Smart Mobility Framework
    13. 13. Regeneration, development andpropertyInformation Marketplaces and Mixed use developments, April ‘12Most cities evolve. They develop new quarters, buildings and public spaces wherepeople and business live and work. Technology as a driver of change is nowmoving from an infrastructure across our cities to a strategic asset that will drivevalue in property and urban regeneration.
    14. 14. Park IT physical systems Asset mgmtRun: Park Park operations centre Webcams (indicative)Opening Plan Transformation – 22 October 2012 OPLC HQ Park IT software systems Park Ops Centre • Stakeholder relationship mgmt • Environmental monitoring • Events booking mgmt • Radio Corporate IT • Telephony, PC & printers • Internet connectivity/remote working • CAD & GIS • EDRMS • Websites, Emails & calendar • Finance / HR14 Regeneration, development and property
    15. 15. Park IT physical systems Asset mgmtRun: Park Park operations centre Webcams (indicative)Opening Plan Car parking system Interfaces to venues CCTV, IDS & BMS South Park Opening – Venue booking mgmt Ticketing 31 Mar 2014 (Phase 3) CCTV / Public address (indicative) Access control North Park Hub Digital advertising (indicative) Digital signage (indicative) Digital art (indicative) OPLC HQ Park IT software systems Park Ops Centre • Stakeholder relationship mgmt • Environmental monitoring • Events booking mgmt • Radio • EPOS? • Real estate mgmt • Membership Corporate IT South Park Hub • Telephony, PC & printers • Internet connectivity/remote working • CAD & GIS • EDRMS • Websites, Emails & calendar • Finance / HR • Enterprise data warehouse15 Regeneration, development and property
    16. 16. Park IT physical systems Asset mgmtRun: Park Park operations centre Webcams (indicative)Opening Plan Car parking system Interfaces to venues CCTV, IDS & BMS Stadium Opening – Venue booking mgmt Ticketing Summer 2014 CCTV / Public address (indicative) Access control North Park Hub Digital advertising (indicative) Digital signage (indicative) Digital art (indicative) OPLC HQ Park IT software systems Park Ops Centre • Stakeholder relationship mgmt • Environmental monitoring • Events booking mgmt • Radio • EPOS? • Real estate mgmt • Membership Corporate IT IT (Run) Deliverables: South Park Hub • Telephony, PC & printers • Internet connectivity/remote working Managed Estate • CAD & GIS OPLC Operations • EDRMS • Websites, Emails & calendar Tenant Services • Finance / HR • Enterprise data warehouse16 Regeneration, development and property
    17. 17. Front of House Car parking system Digital Signage Electronic Amenities Customer Touch Points Asset mgmt Command & Control Centre CCTV / Public address Access control Smart Community Traffic Management Technology in numbers • 676 commercial leases (GFA 169,319 sqm) Back of House • Security • 350 retail leases (GFA 100,679 sqm) • Waste • 955 residential leases (app 4,000 smart devices) • Events Management • 1,500 staff • Utilities Management •51,000 visitors (with 40,000 smart devices) • Traffic Management • 25 Institutions • Maintenance • 100+ Systems • xxx+ digital signage Business Systems • Telephony, PC & Printers •15,000+ Cameras • Productivity Applications • 8,500+ Meters (per lease) tbc • CAEM & GIS •2m + asset registers • Business Intelligence • Websites, Emails & calendar • Finance / HR17 Regeneration, development and property
    18. 18. Enterprise Architecture Phase Site Wide Corporate IT Broadcast Telecom Smart Metering Asset Management18 Regeneration, development and property
    19. 19. Great Place to Live & Work Economic Development Ecological Age Targeting operational and end-user experience BMS and iBMS solution19 Regeneration, development and property
    20. 20. InformationMarketplacesThe Opportunityand barriers toovercomevolker.buscher@arup.com@vbuscher
    21. 21. 21 The UK
    22. 22. 1990 Manila 2000 London 2010 Doha, London, China Capital Values Outsourcing Values22 Regeneration, development and property
    23. 23. Information Management in Property: An emerging $2.4bn market23 Real Time Real Estate
    24. 24. The capability gap, asking the old questions Vision Step 1 Baseline Objectives Organisation / Resource Projects N-Squared Relationships Objective | Citizen| Spatial | Functional Step 2 Analysis Optimisation Service Innovation Information Step 3 Marketplace KPIs and Feasibility Step 3 Evaluate and critique Step 4 delivering Step 4 Organisational change | New Infrastructure Projects change Step 5 Execute24 Triple Helix Methodology
    25. 25. Capability Leadership Architecture Value Projects Arup information marketplaces framework • Articulate the top level policy goals 1 1 Set a vision and outcomes • Information Develop and track performance metrics • Establish strategic framework and Industry Approach roadmap for implementation • Appoint a strategy lead (CIOplus) Products 2 2 Manage for success • Choose an operating model for managing digital infrastructure • Create partnerships with private Create the foundation for 3 3 Information Marketplaces sector and wider stakeholder group • Look for opportunities to pilot business models • Recognize the needs of small businesses to achieve growth • Establish an Urban Information Deliver projects as part of your 4 4 strategic framework Architecture • Understand how the city as a system work • Don’t make it too complicated…25 Smart Cities Framework
    26. 26. Deliver projects within your strategic framework26 Smart Cities Framework
    27. 27. 27 Arup Smart Cities Framework
    28. 28. Continuing to Succeed The Challenge for Africa A great Place to Live and Work Chris Vein, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Development in a resource constraint world Officer Executive Office of the President Growth Markets A great Place to Live and Work BRIC & Middle East28 No city is the same (San Francisco, Tshwane, Doha)
    29. 29. Enabling Innovation:Smart Cities SmartLivingInformationMarketplacesThank Youvolker.buscher@arup.com@vbuscher

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