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CitySDK - service development kit - presentation. EU project run by Forum-Virium in Helsinki giving cities the open data tools to help developers create new products and services. www.citysdk.eu

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Citysdk

  1. 1. CitySDKDevelopment toolkit for the city services 1
  2. 2. What is SDK?SDK = Service Development Kit 2
  3. 3. SDK for Pan-European City•Service development toolkit for the cities: – Open and interoperable digital service interfaces – Processes, guidelines and usability standards.•“App Store” for the CityCross-city transfer ofSmart City Applications 3
  4. 4. CitySDK Ecosystem Public deliveryInfrastructures; urban App Stores displays Engaged SME Developers’ new Services exploiting the City SDK ecosystem, or open source pilot apps Project Pilots   Demonstrators, open source CitySDK components     CitySDK Ecosystem     Unified Open City Interfaces through Pilots as CitySDK components   Cities’ prior platforms, services, interfaces, open data 4
  5. 5. Why CitySDK?1. Developing new services and scaling them to wider audiences becomes easier:  More efficient use of innovation capacity  More opportunities for developers  Better services faster2. Helping to manage the constant technological change 5
  6. 6. CitySDK Developers• Created and developed with and for the developers• Lightweight, modular, no new platforms• On-going process, not top down and outdatedFor • Cities’ in-house service developers • Commercial service developers • SMEs • Large corporations • 3rd sector & hacktivists • Research organisations 6
  7. 7. CitySDK Partnership 7
  8. 8. Public deliveryInfrastructures; urban App Stores displays Engaged SME Developers’ new Services exploiting the City SDK ecosystem, or open source pilot apps CitySDK Pilots CitySDK Ecosystem S S teertSy Mxi F S tr a m tr a m y ili bo M tr a m   mi r uoT edi uG ruoT lanosreP tnatsi ssA l evarT l anosreP no t ap ci tr a P   s t i i Unified Open City Interfaces through Pilots as CitySDK components   Cities’ prior platforms, services, interfaces, open data 8
  9. 9. Smart Participation• Bringing the Citys issue reporting and feedback channels closer to the residents• Providing cities with more accurate feedback and avoiding unnecessary feedback• Making development of issue reporting and feedback channels easier• Inspired by Open311 and FixMyStreet 9
  10. 10. Smart Participation – Lead Pilot in Helsinki When you spot an issue; fallen street sign Do: 1.Report the issue via: a. Sanoma Publishers’ web portal Omakaupunki.fi b. SMS c. E-mail  Direct issue reporting to the right department within the city Don’t spend time looking through the Citys official portal to find the official form for reporting such an issue. 10
  11. 11. Smart Mobility – Lead Pilot in AmsterdamIntelligent social travelingPeople as information agentsThe Personal Travel Assistant makes you a social traveler and helps you•To make your experience help others•To bring structure in your traveling chaos•To connect with fellow travellers•To make your experience enhance public service Aggregating of messages adapted to your journey to separate the relevant from the irrelevant information 11 Lauri Vanhala: Helsinki Public Transport Visualized: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGllzWt0acU 
  12. 12. Smart Tourism – Lead Pilot in Lisbon Personal Travel guide – real time information for tourists and travellers •Unifying access to location- and time-based tourism-related data, and subsequent service generation. •Utilizing innovative, user-centric/Internet of Things technologies e.g.: – Augmented Reality – NFC/RFID – Public Urban Displays, and – Geo-location 12
  13. 13. CitySDK FactsheetCo-funding: CIP ICT-PSPTotal budget: 6,8 MEUR Smart Participation:EU-contribution: 3,4 MEUR Hanna Niemi-Hugaerts, Forum Virium hanna.niemi-hugaerts@forumvirium.fiPartners: 23 from 9 countries Jaakko Rajaniemi, City of Helsinki jaakko.rajaniemi@hel.fiDuration: 01/2012-06/2014Coordinator: Forum Virium Helsinki Smart Mobility: Marja Mattila Job Spierings, Waag Society job@waag.org +358 40 7440067 marja.mattila@forumvirium.fi Smart Tourism: Nuno Xavier, Lisbon Municipality nuno.xavier@cm-lisboa.ptComms: Manchester City Council Adrian Slatcher A.Slatcher@manchesterdda.com 13

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