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  1. 1. Building Smar t Cities and Communities: EUROPEAN INNOVATION PARTNERSHIP 2014-2020 By http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-ltd http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azamat_Abdoullaev
  2. 2. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved EU: Smar t Cities and Communities Key stages On 10 July 2012, the European Commission launched the Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership. Januar y 2014 – Start of implementation phase of European Innovation Partnership (EIP) under Horizon 2020. Resources: Smart Cities and Communities - European Innovation Partnership" [COM(2012)4701] An Energy Policy for Europe" [COM(2007) 1 final]               Smar t Europe: EU 2020 (Smar t, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth)  Smar t Europe Development Projects  http:// www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smar t-europe  Big Smar t Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain)  http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ieurope The deployment of smar t city solutions is to achieve a  Prospective i-Nation Projects triple bottom line gain for Europe: better quality of life  for citizens, more competitive industry and SMEs, and Smar t Germany & i-Germany Platform more sustainable energy, transpor t and ICT systems and  http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/igerman infrastructures . http://ec.europa.eu/energy/technology/initiatives/smar t_cities_en.htm  Smar t Britain & i-Britain Platform Communication from the Commission that launched the European Innovation Par tnership on Smar t Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC)  http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ibritain   1 st  High Lev el Group meet ing 14t h May 2013: Executive report : Kallas, Oettinger, Kroes   Smar t Cyprus & i-Cyprus Platform: 2 nd  High Level Group m eet ing 14t h Oct ober 2013: Adoption of t he Strat egic I mplementation Plan   Sustainable Cities and Eco Communities The Strategic Implementation Plan    http:// EU Smar t City Projects : http://www.eu-smar tcities.eu/ www.slideshare.net/ashabook/new -cyprus The EU Smar t City showcase model : http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/30-cityeu-prototype   EIS ltd   To be suggested as a Lighthouse Project under an open call of the EIP for "Smart City and Community Commitments" in early 2014
  3. 3. I. II. III.  1) 2) 3) 4) 5)  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Smar t growth : developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation (INNOVATION; EDUCATION; DIGITAL SOCIETY). Sustainable growth: promoting a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy (CLIMATE, ENERGY AND MOBILITY; COMPETITIVENESS). Inclusive growth : fostering a high-employment economy delivering social and territorial cohesion (EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS; FIGHTING POVERTY). The headline targets: 75 % of the population aged 20-64 should be employed. 3% of the EU's GDP should be invested in R&D. The "20/20/20" climate/energy targets should be met (including an increase to 30% of emissions reduction if the conditions are right). The share of early school leavers should be under 10% and at least 40% of the younger generation should have a tertiary degree. 20 million less people should be at risk of poverty The flagship initiatives : INNOVATION: "Innovation Union" . EDUCATION: "Youth on the move. DIGITAL SOCIETY: "A digital agenda for Europe" . CLIMATE, ENERGY and MOBILITY: "Resource efficient Europe" COMPETITIVENESS: "An industrial policy for the globalisation era". EMPLOYMENT and SKILLS: "An agenda for new skills and jobs" . FIGHTING POVERTY: "European platform against poverty". EUROPE 2020: A Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth. Communication from the Commission, European Commission, 2010, Brussels, EU NOTE. The organic concept of i-Europe was prompted to the President of the EC, Jose Barroso, by the I-Europe Research Consortium Coordinator, Dr A. Abdoullaev, in 2009: “The implementation of the I-Europe Strategy is to bring enormous socio-political, economical, cultural, scientific and technological progress to the whole European Community of Member States.” Intelligent Europe Centre, IEC http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/secretariat_general/eu2020/ docs/intelligent_europe_center_en.pdf SEE: Smart Europe Manifesto: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/i-europe-title-10150491
  4. 4. SUSTAINABLE URBAN TRINITY of Wellbeing, Quality of Life and Sustainable Growth Eco- Social City/ Town/ Community City/ Town/ Community Physical Capital Natural Capital Ecosystems Natural Resources Renewables/RES Eco Technologies Green Infrastructure Eco-Urbanization Green Society ECO-SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Social/Human/I-Capital Innovation Ecosystems Smart Living Smart Economy Knowledge Infrastructure i-Industry Smart Governance Equity, Wellbeing, QoL Knowledge Society SOCIAL/INCLUSIVE GROWTH SUSTAINABLE CITY i-City Platform Digital City/ Town/ Community Information/Digital Capital Smart Mobility , Smart Services ICT Infrastructure, OTN, Optical Networks , NG Broadband 3DTV, HDTV, CC, Intelligent Clouds Internet of Things, u-Computation Digital/Cyber Society TECHNOLOGICAL/SMART GROWTH Building Smart Cities and Communities 2013 All Rights Reserved EIS Ltd
  5. 5. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved         EIS ltd THE TRINITY CITY, or 3.0 City as the “Smart Sustainable City™” makes an Intelligent City of the Future Development Project of three innovative cities, as three critical layers/levels planned, managed and coordinated as integral multi-projects: Digital/ICT/Hi-Tech/Ubiquitous/Cyber/Mobile/Smar t City (Districts, Municipalities, Communities) (Digital/Information Capital; Intelligent ICT Infrastructure, Multi-Play Telecom Networks, Smart Governance, Intelligent Management Platforms, Ubiquitous Computation, Network-integrated Buildings, Digital Communities, Digital/Virtual Lifestyle) Sustainable/Ecological/Green/Zero-Carbon/Zero-Waste/Zero-Energy/Nature Friendly/Eco City (Districts, Municipalities, Communities) (Natural Capital; Natural Resources, Physical Capital, Green Energy Networks, Green Buildings, Eco-Environment, Eco Communities, Green Lifestyle) Knowledge/Learning/Innovation/ /Intelligent/Science/Intellectual/LivingLab/Creative/Human /Social City (Districts, Municipalities, Communities) (Knowledge or Innovation Capital; Human/Intellectual Capital, Social Capital and Networks, Social Cohesion, Knowledge Triangles/Health Triangles, Knowledge EcoSystems, Knowledge Communities, Intelligent/Smart Lifestyle) The goal of the Smart Sustainable City, as the blueprint for holistic urban development, is to originate intelligent world’s urbanization enhancing urban wealth, performance and competitiveness, and promoting smart innovation and creativity, education, art and medicine, science and technology, industry and commerce, transportation and mobility, social communications and public administration and environment conservation. In all, Sustainable Cities are cyber-physical territorial ecosystems with interdependent urban systems: sustainable land and environment, smart people, interconnected info- and infrastructure and intelligent government. SMART TERRITORIES OF THE F UTURE: The EU Smar t Communities and Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, f rom Dumb to Intelligent Cities. http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/30-cityeu-prototype
  6. 6.            The prospect of I-World is decided by the quality of its future cities. Globally, there are about 700 cities, each with population exceeding 500,000, whereas the top 25 cities of the world today account for half of the world’s wealth. The infrastructure investment for the cities is forecasted to be $30 trillion to $40 trillion, cumulatively, over the next 20 years. Its is projected that that over 40 global cities will come as Smart Cities by the year 2020. The Human Smar t Cities Manifesto , to be signed in Rome, on the 29th of May of 2013, by cities from all over the world, states: We, the signatories of this Manifesto, come together to address the three main challenges facing the our cities today: The devastating effects of the financial crisis undermining the European social model. This is leading to severe limitations in cities’ abilities to invest in new infrastructures, and in some areas even for the provision of basic city services such as transportation and social services. The increasing threat and disruption brought about by climate change to our territories. As major floods and droughts become ever more common, the environmental effects of urbanisation and the lack of adequate tools and behaviour patterns becomes increasingly evident. The demand for more effective representation set forth by our constituencies. The so-called democratic deficit is a cause for alarm for governance at any scale, but it also adds to the difficulty of building trust and engaging citizens in addressing common problems. A global network of cities, local and regional governments, the United Cities and Local Governments defines smart cities as using new technologies, the promotion of innovation and knowledge management to become more liveable, functional, competitive and modern. There’s a lot of confusion over what comprises a Smart or Intelligent City, or the City 2.0, “the city of the future”, awarded the Ted Prize 2012 as an idea on which the planet’s future is depending on. The City of the Future is nothing but a smart and sustainable city, or 3.0 City, providing intelligent world’s urbanization, enhancing its urban wealth, performance and competitiveness, and promoting smart innovation and creativity, education, art and medicine, science and technology, industry and commerce, transportation and mobility, social communications and public administration and environment conservation. The City 2.0, “the city of the future”, the Ted Prize 2012, http://www.tedprize.org/the-city-2-0/ SMART TERRITORIES OF THE FUTURE: The EU Smar t Communities and Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, from Dumb to Intelligent Cities. http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/30-cityeu-prototype
  7. 7. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved              EIS ltd The world will experience an unprecedented urban expansion and city-building over the next few decades. The technological, economic, environmental and social challenges will be enormous, as well as the opportunities. Half of the growth is expected to happen in Asia, mostly from China and India. Africa will see the almost sixfold urban growth from its urban land mass in 2000. In North America, urban land area will double regardless it is one of the most urbanized countries in the world, where cities and metropolitan areas have over 83% of the population generating 90% of national GDP. . Cities are viewed as the most suitable platform towards a sustainable future, inhabiting more than 50% of the world's population, emitting nearly 70% of greenhouse gas, consuming most world’s resources, as 75% of energy consumption, and producing most world’s waste and global pollution. Cities create the most (some 80% of the EU's gross domestic product) of GDP, concentrating social live, science and technology, culture, trade, business and people while beset with fast aging technical, economic and social infrastructure. Cities are classified as legacy cities (improving existing infrastructures , and, especially, governance models), spreading cities (realizing large new public transport infrastructure plans) and innovative lab cities, or clean and intelligent or smart cities (introducing smart technologies, improving sustainability and operational performance). The Smart City Concept is the new socio-technological paradigm and advanced economic model for sustainable growth in the 21st century, the century of cities (Smart City World Congress). Vision (a global plan), innovation and technology are the pillars of the smart city as well, where the innovative technologies are getting the leading role in essentially improving the urban wealth and the performance of city systems, services and operations, and raising the quality of urban life and functional areas. Innovative cities are going for intelligent solutions of smarter cities, becoming “living laboratories” for advanced urban technologies of all kinds— integrated planning systems, land and environmental solutions, ultrafast information, computing and communication networks, smart water and transport systems, zero waste solutions, green buildings, clean energy, smart grids, intelligent city management systems, and social intelligence networks. Cities need to innovate new development strategies adopting a fully integrated strategic planning to develop and deploy intelligent and sustainable solutions: Intelligent regulatory and policy frameworks, Intelligent financial and tax incentives, Intelligent partnering systems, intelligent info- and infrastructure, and intelligent urban environment . Intelligent City is then emerging as an attractive economic, social, technological and ecological environment in which citizens, companies and government sustainably live, work, study, and interact, with a people-centered comprehensive approach focusing on future technologies, networkintegrated public utilities and services, social inclusion, economic growth, accessibility, public amenities, urban transparency, efficiency and ecosustainability. Urban per formance or wealth is no longer just dependent on a city's hard infrastructure – its 'physical capital' - but increasingly on the availability and quality of communication and social resources.  REFERENCES Smar t Territories of the Future: Intelligent Cities and Communities Management Systems of Next Generations. Project Resume. EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd. Skolkovo Innovation Center, Russia, 2013 Intelligent and sustainable cities. Infrastructures for Eco-cities conference – Shenzhen, November 2010. Accenture Smar t Cities. http://www.eurocities.eu/eurocities/issues/smar t-cities-issue
  8. 8. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved  1. 2. 3. 4.  EIS ltd The scope and scale and type of smart cities vary greatly as well as their meanings and contexts. Smart cities could be crossclassified by strategies, scales, motivations (social, economic or ecological), financial models, ownership or initiator, greenfield or brownfield, business model or driving industrial sector, or driving technology, as: CLASS I. Smar t City of full sustainability (PPP turnkey urban greenfield project with a global smart city plan, all functional areas and all aspects of urban life are covered by an all-encompassing and all-inclusive Master Development Plan of 3.0 City, Types: All-Inclusive, Innovation, Eco-sustainable, Economic, Energy, Oil/Gas, Financial, Mobile, etc.); CLASS II. IT projects of various scales (u-cities, with all-IP citywide network with comprehensive smart city platforms intelligently connecting networked devices, machines and vehicles to create an urban Internet of Things infrastructure, no global smart city plan, Types: all-encompassing, special and economic recovery), 2.0 City; CLASS III. Private or public fragmented urban projects , with no global smart city plan (Types: Innovation-centric, Health, Education, Tourism, Mobility, Energy, etc.), 2.0 City; CLASS IV. Closed government-led PPP ecosystem projects , usually no comprehensive urban master plan, 2.0 City An IT smart city relies on information and communications technologies, including mobile networks, to improve the quality of life of its citizens in a sustainable way. It combines and shares disparate data sets captured by intelligently-connected infrastructure, people and vehicles, to generate new insights and provide ubiquitous services that enable citizens to access information about city services and move around easily, improve the efficiency of city operations, enhance security, fuel economic activity and increase resilience to natural disasters. http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/creating-the -future-tomorrows-world  IT smar t city ser vice categories and applications  ■ Transpor t, including public transport, intelligent transport systems and parking, GIS; ■ Environment/Energy, Environment Management, Energy networks, such as smart grids, smart meters, smart energy-efficient buildings; Telecom networks , all-IP core networks, ultra-high broadband access convergence networks, advanced services and applications, such as FTTx, GPON, LTE, multi-play services, urban traffic management, building automation, lighting and energy management, access and security networks, location-based services, trust and security platforms, multimodal user Interfaces, Anytime/any place Ubiquitous connectivity, the Internet of Things between machines (multiple devices and sensors and actuators) and humans, M2M and M2M2H (real time data and control) ■ Municipal projects, city administration and public utilities, waste management, modernisation of water systems, smart lighting systems, public safety and city resilience programms; ■ Public Services , Education and Health, Safety and Security, and Social Networking, Economic Stimulus projects  Getting Smar t about Smar t Cities. Understanding the market oppor tunity in the cities of tomorrow. Alcatel-    
  9. 9. EUROPEAN SMART CITY PROTOTYPE        THE SMART ECOCITY  At the recent Smart Cities and Communities Communication Launch CONCEPT: The Trinity City; Smart Eco City, Intelligent Green City  Event, 10 July 2012, Sheraton Hotel: Place Rogier 3, 1210 Brussels, STRATEGY: The most innovative urban development strategy, as integrating the Eco City Strategy, Digital City Strategy and Knowledge the Smart City and Community Concept concieved by EIS LTD for a City Strategy specific green field locality in EU, Cyprus, has been advanced by the  ARCHITECTURE: Integrated architecture of urban systems and services European Commission as a European Smart City Prototype for cities to achieve a fully sustainable “New City” of Eco-Intelligence and communities:  OBJECTIVE: Prototype Model for European Smart City for other cities 1. Smart Cities and Communities Communication Launch and communities Event, 10 July 2012, Sheraton Hotel, Brussels:  SMART TERRITORIES OF THE FUTURE: The EU Smart Communities and http://ec.europa.eu/energy/technology/initiatives/doc/2012_smartcities/20120625_agenda_smartcities_10july.pdf to Intelligent Cities. Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, from Dumb ;  http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/30-cityeu-prototype 2. The Cyprus Presidency’s view on Smart Cities and Communities: http://www.cy2012.eu/index.php/en/file/XnxLPbC7uSb2nxXo9+AUZw == 3. EU Smart Cities and Communities Prototype: http://neapolis.com Abdoullaev, A., 2011, A Smart World: A Development Model for Intelligent Cities. Keynote. The 11th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology; http://www.cs.ucy.ac.cy/CIT2011/index.php?p=Keynotes A. Abdoullaev. Smart EcoCity™ (Intelligent EcoCity™), ISBN 978-99639958-1-3, 2011, Cyprus, EU A. Abdoullaev. Neapolis Smart EcoCity, ISBN 978-9963-9958-06,2011, Cyprus, EU
  10. 10. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved     EIS ltd Planning and Development (sustainable city policies and regulations, SMART ECO Polis Urban Plan, green development strategy, spatial digital planning, sustainable land use, eco building standards, integrated communal ecosystems,; Integrated planning and sustainable development). Land and Environment (integrated natural and built environment, smart environment, sustainable land use, green infrastructure, eco parks and zones, sustainable community drainage systems, advanced sewerage system, balance with nature, reduction, re-use and recycling waste, integrated green areas, preserving the EU NATURA 2000 Sites of Community Importance (SCI) and Special Protection Area (SPA) as Eco-Sustainable Zones and Developments; Integrated Environment Management). Roads and Transpor tation (green roads, smart transit, eco-mobility, smart logistics, car-free zones, ecological roads and streets, nature trails, bicycle lanes, pedestrian-oriented community, connected inter-modal mobility; intelligent transportation systems; integrated transportation networks). Energy and Utilities (intelligent sustainable energy, renewable energy networks, biomass, solar thermal, ambient thermal, and geothermal applications; heat storage technologies, tri-generation and district heating/cooling systems; advanced metering infrastructure, energy management systems, smart domestic appliances, intelligent street lighting, solar farms; water management systems, wastage       treatment systems, biological sewerage systems; Integrated utility networks). Information and Telecommunication (Digital Strategy, Optical Urban Networks, Common Service Delivery Platform, Multiplay telecommunication services, Smart ICT services, FTTx, Free Wireless Zones, Intelligent Home Environment ; Integrated ICT Networks, copperfixed, mobile, wireless, and optical). Construction and Building (sustainable construction, building, civil and industrial, green buildings, eco-efficient refurbishment of public and private buildings, net zero energy buildings; intelligent buildings, or smart housing; building 3.0). Economy (smart economy, green economy, strong local economy, commercial spaces, innovation, employment opportunities, green tourism and quality jobs; Integrated urban economy). Governance and Community Ser vices (i-government, i-Participation, i-administration, common service delivery platform, smart community management platform, smart public services; Integrated government networks). Social Infrastructure (smart community complexes, leisure and health facilities, educational and cultural facilities, athletic centers, etc.; Integrated social infrastructure). Smar t Eco Districts and Communities (smart citizens, businesses, smart health and education, smart safety and security, intelligent R&D&I&E, smart sustainable communities, social intelligence investment, social and territorial cohesion, smart and green lifestyle; Integrated intelligent districts and communities).
  11. 11. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved                EIS ltd On 10 July 2012, the European Commission launched the Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership under the responsibility of Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, Sustainable and Secure Society, Smart Cities and Sustainability. The partnership proposes to pool resources to support the demonstration of energy, transport and information and communication technologies (ICT) in urban areas: C(2012)4701 final, 10.7.2012 The energy, transport and ICT industries are invited to work together with cities to combine their technologies to address cities' needs. This will enable innovative, integrated and efficient technologies to roll out and enter the market more easily, while placing cities at the centre of innovation. The funding will be awarded through yearly calls for proposals: €365 million for 2013. Communication from the Commission "Smar t Cities and Communities - European Innovation Par tnership" [COM(2012)4701. This Innovation partnership will be fully operational under "Horizon 2020", the new research and innovation funding framework under the next Multiannual Financing Framework (MFF 2014-2020). What is new compared to the 2011" Smart Cities and Communities initiative"? Strategic Guidance by Group of CEOs, Mayors and Bank Managers, as below: Smart Cities Member States Initiative Stakeholders represented by: 12 ‐ Industry; 8 ‐ Cities, city networks; 1 ‐ Member States Networks (JPI Urban Europe, SCMSI); 1 ‐ Research Networks (EERA) EIP SCC HLG – Industry 1. Alstom, 2. Siemens,3. MAPEI,4. Schneider Electric, 5. Bouygues SA, 6. Orange, 7. Volkswagen, 8. Nokia, 9. Urban Mark LLC, 10. Alliander, 11. Philips, 12. Ericsson EIP SCC HLG – Cities & City Networks 1. RATP Group (Paris transport, FR), 2. Almere (NL), 3. Barcelona (ES), 4. London Assembly (UK), 5. Bratislava (SK), 6. Funchal (PT), 7. UITP (International Association of Public Transport), 8. Warsaw (PL) SOURCES: http://ec.europa.eu/energy/technology/initiatives/smart_cities_en.htm Europe 2020 Flagship Initiative Innovation Union SEC(2010) 1161 Smart Cities Member States Initiative. Recent European developments regarding Smart Cities. SC MSI Meeting, Swedish Energy Agency, Stockholm. 22 March 2013. Hans‐Günther Schwarz. Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology.
  12. 12. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved EIS ltd  Definition: Stressing a social dimension of Sustainable Cities, Smart Cities are defined as systems of people interacting with and using flows of energy, materials, services and financing to catalyse sustainable economic development, resilience, and high quality of life; these flows and interactions become smart through making strategic use of information and communication infrastructure and services in a process of transparent urban planning and management that is responsive to the social and economic needs of society.  Goals: 1. negotiate obstacles to smart cities, to co-fund demonstration projects and to help coordinate existing city initiatives and projects, by pooling its resources together; 2. establish strategic partnerships between industry, financial institutions, and European cities to develop the urban systems and infrastructures of tomorrow; 3. combine ICT, energy management and transport management to create innovative solutions to the major urban environmental, societal and health challenges. GB: EUROPEAN COMMISSION, DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS, CONTENT AND TECHNOLOGY, DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR ENERGY, DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT GB: The Smar t Cities Stakeholder Platform , a collaborative, networking and knowledge sharing tool in the domain of Smart Cities and Communities. GB: High Level Group (supported by its Sherpa Group): High level representatives from industry, research and cities, which are appointed by the European Commission in their personal capacity. The High Level Group presented a preliminary Strategic Implementation Plan for transforming European Cities into "Smart cities“, inviting all the stakeholders to respond in terms of commitments and actions. The plan outlines how to best harness innovative technologies, innovative funding mechanisms and innovative public private partnerships. Practical Goals: the industrial-scale roll-out of integrated, scalable, sustainable smart city solutions consolidating technologies from Energy, Transport and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Source: European Innovation Par tnership on Smar t Cities and Communities - Strategic Implementation Plan , 14.10.2013 http://ec.europa.eu/eip/smartcities; http://ec.europa.eu/eip/smartcities/whos-who/index_en.htm        
  13. 13.       On 14 October 2014, the High Level Group of the European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities has adopted the Partnership's 'Strategic Implementation Plan' (SIP). The SIP is drafted by a great variety of actors from industry, cities, civil society and research, focusing on: sustainable districts, sustainable urban mobility, and integrated infrastructures across energy, ICT and transport. The SIP is supposed to serve as the basis for Smart City solutions in Europe. The High Level Group of the European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities presented a preliminary Strategic Implementation Plan for transforming European Cities into "Smart cities“, inviting all the stakeholders to respond in terms of commitments and actions. To start, the Commission intends to support large, integrated, interdisciplinary and highly visible "Lighthouse Projects" through Horizon2020 funds, to be replicated in a large number of cities.  Any city, company, association, government or research body is invited to join the commitments of the High Level Group. The EIP will launch an open call for "Smart City and Community Commitments" in early 2014.  Source: European Innovation Par tnership on Smar t Cities and Communities - Strategic Implementation Plan 14.10.2013             21 June 2011 – the Smart Cities & Communities Industrial Initiative  is officially launched. The predecessor of the European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities, it covers transport and energy. 19 July 2011 – Publication of the first Call for proposals under FP7, with a budget of 75 Mio €. November 2011 – Establishment of SCC Stakeholder Platform. 1 December 2011  – 6 proposals are selected for funding (out of 34). 10 July 2012 – The European Innovation Partnership for Smart Cities and Communities collaboration begins, which builds on the concept of the initial Industrial Initiative, by also including the ICT sector. This milestone is marked by the adoption of the Joint communication    between DG ENER, MOVE, CONNECT. 19 July 2012  – Publication of second call for proposals under FP7 on 19 July 2012 with a total budget of € 375 million. 4 proposals selected, 3 on reserve list (out of 15 submitted). 21 January 2013 –  Clean power for transport package launched by EC on 21 January 2013 . 21 March 2013 – Council Conclusions of 21 March 2013 . April 2013 – Start of open tender procedure for continuation of the Smart Cities Stakeholder Platform. 5/6 June 2013 – Annual Stakeholder Conference of Smart Cities Stakeholder Platform in Budapest. 14 October 2013 – Strategic Implementation Plan adopted. 26 November 2013 – Launch event for Strategic Implementation Plan of the European Innovation Partnership for Smart cities and communities. Januar y 2014 – Start of implementation phase of European Innovation Partnership under Horizon 2020. http://ec.europa.eu/eip/smartcities/
  14. 14.          At this stage, the plan concentrates on three specific, vertical areas:  Sustainable Urban Mobility – Alternative energies, public transport, efficient logistics, planning;  Sustainable Districts and Built Environment – improving the energy efficiency of buildings and districts, increasing the share of renewable energy sources used and the liveability of our communities;  Integrated Infrastructures and processes across Energy, ICT and Transport – connecting infrastructure assets to improve the efficiency and sustainability of cities The Plan puts forward eight key horizontal enablers on the themes of Decisions, Insight, and Financing. Eleven inter-dependent priority areas are considered to be the most important concerning Smart Cities and Communities, and the intersection with the areas of energy, transport and ICT, as in the diagram, Priority Areas. Each priority area is discussed against: context and challenges; drivers and goals; and actions to perform. Source: European Innovation Par tnership on Smar t Cities and Communities - Strategic Implementation Plan 14.10.2013 http://eu-smartcities.eu/content/presenting-european-innovation-partnership-smart-cities-and-communities
  15. 15.             1. Create a number of “Lighthouse Initiatives” that bring together groups of cities with industry and innovative SMEs from the ICT, energy and mobility & transport sector to deliver common Smart City solutions thus creating scale and reducing risk for political decision makers as well as investors, to progressively support wider implementation across the EU as well as showcasing the competitiveness of European industry and innovative SMEs. 2. Apply new business and financial models, public-private partnerships that combine industry with public investments at European, national, regional and local level, as well as European procurement schemes so to deliver improvements faster across the three vertical areas. 3. Advance Smart City open standards through the CEN-CENELEC-ETSI Smart City coordination group in the form of a common technical committee to develop a common landscape and strategic programme for smart city standards. 4. Develop infrastructure platforms and common architectures for smart city information. 5. Make widely available, relevant data in the urban domain through culture change towards “open data by default” with public and private actors. 6. Develop tools for scalable integrated design, simulation and multi-criteria optimisation to enable multi-stakeholder analyses of different spatial and sectorial perspectives (i.e. performance and life-cycle assessments, sustainability assessment, and visualisation of impacts). 7. Create a common framework to develop citizen insight and share rapidly amongst EU cities. 8. Develop a Smart City Strategy at a policy level which allows for the creation of ‘innovation zones’ that free up cities or areas from the constraints of regulation in selected domains and for limited duration in order to act as an incubator to test solutions. To scale up and make broadly available the lessons learned. 9. An annual programme of 100 short term staff exchanges between cities, industries and relevant NGOs to crowd-source the best ideas. To begin in 2014 10. Implement collaborative, integrated smart city planning (city planning forums) and operation, that maximise city-wide data to deliver more agile processes; employing modern multi-criteria simulation and visualisation tools. 11. Agree a common Smart City indicator framework to help cities self-evaluate, monitor progress, and more reliably compare themselves with other cities and to provide certainty for long-term industry investments in innovation. Source: European Innovation Par tnership on Smar t Cities and Communities - Strategic Implementation Plan
  16. 16.         The members of the High Level Group are committed to support, promote and implement the SIP, its actions and operation plans, within the limits of their competences, inviting EU institutions, public bodies, industries, city networks, and academia to proactively contribute to the cause. To deploy smart city solutions across urban mobility; districts and built environment; and integrated infrastructures, reaching Europe's 20/20/20 energy and climate targets, the concept of ”Lighthouse Initiatives” is proposed, requesting collaboration between the European Commission, Member States and Industry, as well as cities and research institutions. Over the next 7 years, a portfolio of at least 20 - 25 lighthouse projects is to be created: each with 6-10 cities (and partners), with the potential for Europe-wide roll out – dependent on levels of commitment, and access to / creation of funds. Successful lighthouse initiatives will provide a solid foundation and give confidence to other cities, in the knowledge they can apply tested solutions (and that have already attracted investment) – that will be better, faster, and cheaper to implement a Europe-wide deployment of Smart City concepts. . Implementation principles to be guided: close city–industry collaboration; outcome and user-centric approach to service design; open governance and information principles; inclusive and balanced SME participation; integration of physical and digital infrastructures; actively seek to innovate, learn, and share knowledge; collaborative governance. Source: European Innovation Par tner ship on Smar t Cities and Communities - Strategic Implementation Plan 14.10.2013 http://eu-smartcities.eu/content/presenting-european-innovation-partnership-smart-cities-and-communities
  17. 17.     EIS LTD (I-World Concept and Smart Sustainable City Strategy: http :// www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-ltd ) IBM (Smarter Planet Initiative) Cisco Systems (Smart + Connected Communities) European Innovation Partnership (Smart Cities and Communities: http ://ec.europa.eu/eip/smar tcities )           Siemens (Smart Mobility Initiative) Huawei (Smart City Initiative) Orange (France Telecom) (Smart City Initiative) Alcatel-Lucent (Smart City Initiative) Microsoft (Intelligent City Platform) Oracle (Intelligent Government Platform) Toshiba (Intelligent Energy and Smart) Schneider Electric (Smart City Initiative) Hitachi (Smart City Initiative) Smart City Planning, Inc. >
  18. 18. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved              EIS ltd 1. Smar t Economy (Innovation, Productivity, Innovative Spirit, Intellectual Proper ty, Entrepreneurship, Knowledge Market/Industr y, Openness) Holyoke, Massachusetts; Kochi, India; Malta; Manado, Indonesia; Nanjing, China 2. Smar t Environment (Natural Capital and Resources, Sustainable Resource Management) Amsterdam, Netherlands; Burlington, Ontario; Dublin, Ireland; Dubuque, Iowa; Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom; Lyon, France; Malaga, Spain; Peterborough, United Kingdom; San Diego, California; Shenyang, China; Santa Barbara, California; Stockholm, Sweden; Sydney, Australia; Yokohama, Japan; Pafos, Cyprus 3. Smar t Governance (e-Par ticipation, public/social ser vices, transparency, political strategies and perspectives) Chengdu, China; Edinburgh, United Kingdom; Matosinhos, Portugal; Syracuse, New York; Wilmington, North Carolina 4. Smar t Lifestyle (Smar t Living, Quality of Life) Boise, Idaho; Houston, Texas; Johannesburg, South Africa; Pafos, Cyprus 5. Smar t Transpor tation (Smar t Mobility, innovative, safe and sustainable transpor t systems and facilities) Alameda County, California; Alcoa, Tennessee; Portland, Oregon; Southampton, United Kingdom 6. Smar t Community (Social Cohesion, Unity in Community, Human Infrastructure, Inter faces, Integration) Chattanooga, Tennessee; Dublin, Ohio; Eindhoven, the Netherlands; Issy-les-Moulineaux, France; Luxembourg; Queensland, Australia; Stratford, Ontario, Canada; Windsor-Essex, Ontario, Canada; Pafos, Cyprus; Skolkovo, Russia   Integrating Model of 3.0 City : Smart Sustainable Cities: the way to smart, sustainable and inclusive national and regional growth, all six dimensions of a ‘Smart City’ are merged and interrelated: Smart People, Smart Economy, Smart Governance, Smart Mobility, Smart Environments, and Smart Living. The EU Smart Communities and Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, from Dumb to Intelligent Cities. http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/30-cityeu-prototype Cities
  19. 19. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved        Global Urbanisation is a top Mega Trend, “global, sustained and macroeconomic force of development impacting business, economy, society, cultures and personal lives, thereby defining our future world and its increasing pace of change”. Given the tendency of integration of the core city with its suburbs (suburbanization or urban sprawl), and daughter cities (city networking), there are 3 types of urbanization: Mega Cities: Integration of core city with suburbs, downtowns and local communities and housing over 8 million people. Mega Regions: Integration of two or more cities or expansion of city to join with neighbouring cities to form Mega Regions housing over 15 million people. Mega Corridor: Urbanization Corridors connecting two or more Mega Cities or Mega Regions, converging to form Mega Corridors. These can be 100 km distance and having population of over 25 million living within the corridor. As the cities, regions and corridors get aggregated, this will necessitate the development of Smart Cities to increase the urban performance, wealth, productivity, and wellbeing. (Frost & Sullivan, Mega Trends, 2010)           EIS ltd World class innovative infrastructure and facilities Integrated Infrastructure of Fiber Telecommunications, Green Roads, Clean Energy , Intelligent Transportation, and Ubiquitous Mobile Networks Sustainable Urban and Rural Redevelopment Smart Cities, Eco Communities, Smart Property Developments, Cultural Sustainable Settlements Smart Regions, Region Clusters and Mega Corridors Industrial Innovation Parks, Business Clusters, Knowledge Parks, Science & Technology Parks, Health Parks, Biomedical Parks, Agriculture Technology Parks, Energy Parks, Server Farms, Eco Farms, ICT Parks International Airport and/or Seaport Development Parks (Free Economic Zone, Intercontinental Logistics Centers, Smart Commerce & Trade Centers) Environmental Protection Projects and Eco Parks Green Transportation Multimodal Networks (connected eco mobility, bike lanes, public transit, pathways, nature trails, etc. Sustainable Smart Urban and Rural Environments
  20. 20. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved          EIS ltd Integrated Sustainable Infrastructure of Fiber Telecommunications , Green Roads, Clean Energy , Intelligent Transpor tation, and Ubiquitous Mobile Networks makes a key enabler for building Smar t or Intelligent or Innovation Nations, with healthy economy, society and environment Optical Transpor t, Mobile, Eco Energy, Green Roads, and Intelligent Transpor tation Networks Fiber-Optic, Mobile, Sustainable Energy Infrastructure and Intelligent Transpor tation Systems Deployment Act of 2014 The key motivation is to build the national base for Sustainable Intelligent Communities, smart economy and innovative enterprises, smart mobility of people, goods and information, ecotourism and smart development property projects and intelligent utilities, solar farms and wind parks, web farms and smart cloud computing industries, knowledge parks and innovation clusters, intelligent government and smart public services. To create a nationwide integrated sustainable infrastructure of nation-wide fiber optic networks, green energy and natural gas infrastructure, and intelligent transportation systems. The National Government shall install Fiber Optic and Green Energy conduit infrastructures as part of new public roads construction projects. Further on the Government has to build the fiber-optic and green energy cable conduit systems into the sides of all new public road projects. To provide the nationwide fiber-optic and green energy and sustainable roads and natural gas infrastructure and cutting-edge broadband connectivity, the National Government introduced the following bill; which was referred as a “Smart Nation” Infrastructure Project. Addressing major concerns in the EU as climate change and urbanization, developing eco communities, smart economy, knowledge industry, sustainable infrastructure, developing sustainable transport and smart mobility, and making renewable energy more affordable, the Bill is enforcing the EU 2020 Strategy for smart,
  21. 21.         European Financial Stabilisation Mechanism (EFSM) EU MultiAnnual Financial Framework (>EUR 1 trillion) Horizon 2020 Program Sovereign Funds (China, the Middle East, Russia) International Monetar y Fund Smar t Nation/City Investment of Major Corporations: European Innovation Partnership; IBM (Smarter Planet Initiative); Cisco Systems (Smart + Connected Communities); Siemens (Smart Mobility Initiative); Orange (France Telecom) (Smart City Initiative); Alcatel-Lucent (Smart City Initiative); Microsoft (Intelligent City Platform); Oracle (Intelligent Government Platform); Toshiba (Intelligent Energy and Smart); Schneider Electric (Smart City Initiative); Hitachi (Smart City Initiative); Huawei (Smart City Initiative); Smart City Planning, Inc., etc. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved EIS ltd
  22. 22.                   Multi- Annual Financial Framework, MFF, to deliver the Europe 2020 strategy. Heading 1: Smar t and Inclusive Growth, 490.908 (EUR million in 2011 prices) ; H2: Sustainable Growth, Natural Resources , 382.927; H3: Security and Citizenship , 18.535; H4: Global Europe , 70.000; H5: Administration, 62.629. Total Commitment Appropriations, 1.025.000, 1,05% of GNI. Total Outside MAFF, 58.316 In the design of the next MFF, the Commission has implemented the principles it outlined in the 2010 budget review focusing on: delivering key policy priorities; EU added value; impacts and results; delivering mutual benefits across the European Union; Major hallmarks of the next set of financial programmes and instruments will be a focus on results, increased use of conditionality, the simplification of delivery and leveraging investment by innovative financial instruments; The Commission proposes to allocate €80 billion for the 2014-2020 period for the Common Strategic Framework for Research and Innovation, Horizon 2020 In all, the Commission proposes to allocate €376 billion for the 2014-2020 period for spending in cohesion policy instruments for Convergence regions, Transition regions, Competitiveness regions, Territorial cooperation. Cohesion Policy provides the necessary investment framework and delivery system to deliver the Europe 2020 objectives. Outside the MFF: €3 billion for the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund; €7 billion for the European Solidarity Fund The Commission proposes to allocate €281.8 billion for Pillar I of the Common Agricultural Policy and €89.9 b for rural development for the 2014-2020 period. This funding will be complemented by a f ur ther €15.2 b. NOTE. EU funding is helping to support: Development of new technologies; Cutting-edge research; High-speed internet access; Smar t transpor t and energy infrastructure; Energy ef ficiency and renewable energies; Business development; Skills and training Legal base: Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the Cohesion Fund and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1084/2006 http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/sources/docoffic/official/regulation/pdf/2014/proposals/regulation/cohesion/cohesion_proposal_en.pdf http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/i-europe-title-10150491
  23. 23. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved SMART BUDGET FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND JOBS AND POLICY AND INVESTMENT SYNERGIES         The Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS. A Budget for Europe 2020 REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL laying down common provisions on the CSF FUNDS and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1083/2006 COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT Elements for a Common Strategic Framework 2014 to 2020 COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT The par tnership principle in the implementation of the Common Strategic Framework Funds - elements for a European Code of Conduct on Par tnership Position of the Commission Services on the development of Par tnership Agreement and programmes in Member States for the period 2014-2020 Big Europe’s pressing challenges are related to the decreasing labour market oppor tunities, the increasing risk of social exclusion, and inef ficient social protection systems , stagnant investment in R&D&I and the low availability of finance to the private sector, inef ficient use of resources, weak competitiveness and low innovation per formance, the underdeveloped low carbon economy and the inef ficient use of natural resources,, all of which are interrelated. EIS ltd THEMATIC OBJECTIVES: KEY POLICY OBJECTIVES, FUNDING PRIORITIES AND EX ANTE CONDITIONALITIES            1. STRENGTHENING RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION (Digital City, RIS3 Strategies) 2. ENHANCING ACCESS TO AND, USE AND QUALIT Y OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES (Digital City, RIS3 Strategies) 3. ENHANCING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF SMES, THE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR (FOR THE EAFRD) AND THE FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE SECTOR (FOR THE EMFF, Social City) 4. SUPPORTING THE SHIFT TOWARDS A LOW-CARBON ECONOMY IN ALL SECTORS (Eco City) 5. PROMOTING CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND RISK PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT (Eco City 6. PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT AND PROMOTING RESOURCE EFFICIENCY (Eco City) 7. PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT AND REMOVING BOTTLENECKS IN KEY NET WORK INFRASTRUCTURES (Eco City) 8. PROMOTING EMPLOYMENT AND SUPPORTING LABOUR MOBILIT Y (Social City) 9. PROMOTING SOCIAL INCLUSION AND COMBATING POVERT Y (Social City) 10. INVESTING IN EDUCATION, SKILLS AND LIFELONG LEARNING (Social City) 11. ENHANCING INSTITUTIONAL CAPACIT Y AND ENSURING AN EFFICIENT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (Social City)
  24. 24.       CREATING THE FUTURE: Building Tomorrow’s World: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/creating-the-future-tomorrows-world I-WORLD MANIFESTO: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/iworld-25498222 SUSTAINABLE WORLD DEVELOPMENT: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smar t-world  POST-2015 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS  http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/future-world-27173937  SMART EUROPE i-EUROPE Manifesto: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/i-europe-title-10150491 http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/intelligent-europe-project  SMART BIG EUROPE (Germany, Britain, France, Italy, Spain) BIG EUROPE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ieurope I-GERMANY: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/igerman SMART BRITAIN: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ibritain SMART SMALL EUROPE New Cyprus, http:// www.slideshare.net/ashabook/new-cyprus ; Future Cyprus 2020: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/future-cyprus-2013-2020 Smar t Montenegro : http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smar t-montenegro    SMART EURASIA SMART RUSSIA http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/irussia-20142024  SMART KAZAKHSTAN http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ikazakhstan-20142024            SUSTAINABLE AMERICA SMART United States of America: http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smar t-america  ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM ht tp://w ww. slideshare .net/ashaboo k/encyclope dic -intelligence ht tp://w ww.slide share.ne t/ashab ook/encyclope dic-intelligence-24260973 ht tp://w ww.slide share.ne t/ashab ook/encyclope dic-intelligence-glob al-marketing ht tp://w ww.slide share.ne t/ashab ook/encyclope dic-intelligence-b ig-science-and-techno logy ht tp://w ww. slideshare .net/ashaboo k/reversible- world Abdoullaev 2010-2013 EIS Intelligent Systems ltd
  25. 25. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved EIS INTELLIGENT COMMUNITY BRANDS             X.0 World ™; World X.0 ™; 3.0 World ™; World 3.0; 3.0 City ™; City 3.0 ™; I-WORLD™; Global SkyNet™; Smar t Sustainable Communities™; Smar t Sustainable World ™; Intelligent Eco City™; Smar t Eco City™; Neapolis Smar t EcoCity™; i-City Operating Systems™; Smar t City Sof tware™; i-Community Package™; Intelligent Urban Operating Systems; Smar t Eco Community Operating Systems, SECOS™; Territorial Intelligent Platform™, TIP; Territorial Intelligent Systems™, TIS; i-Europe™, Intelligent Europe™, Smar t Europe™, Europe SkyNet™; i-Russia™, Smar t Russia™, Intelligent Russia™, Russia SkyNet™ Smar t Cyprus™, Intelligent Eco Island™, i-Cyprus; EIS ltd EIS INTELLIGENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/smar tworl-dabr https://www8.cs.ucy.ac.cy/conferences /CIT2011/f iles /SMART http://www.slideshare.net/ ashabook/creating-the -futuretomorrows-world http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/x0-world http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/iworld-25498222 http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/smar tworld http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/secretariat_general/eu 2020/docs/intelligent_europe_center_en.pdf http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ieurope http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/igermany http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/ibritain http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/irussia-20142024 http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/smar t-america http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/30-cityeu-prototype http :// www . slideshare . net / ashabook / encyclopedic intelligence http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/future-cyprus-2013 http://www.slideshare.net/as habook/smar t-nationbranding
  26. 26. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved VISION AND MISSION: To contribute in creating the tomorrow’s Europe of sustainable regions, smart nations, intelligent cities and green communities. To advance the smart Europe product lines: integrated intelligent models, strategies, conceptual designs and master plans for smart eco territories of the future (Member States, regions, cities and communities) To facilitate providing fully integrated, sustainable and customized intelligent nation or smart city solutions for communities, townships, cities, corridors, and countries  SELLING POINTS Intelligent Nations and Smart cities offer major market opportunities for the government, big business and innovative SMEs. Global systems integrators and technology vendors, such as IBM, Cisco and Accenture, are spearheading smart city implementations across the globe, trying to develop comprehensive smart city platforms, but without a global smart city strategy. EIS LTD is the conceptual leader in conceiving, planning and (re)developing intelligent and sustainable regions and countries and cities as the large smart eco territories of the future. EIS Ltd is creating the future from the most fundamental and broad perspectives, integrating different scientific, technological and corporate views with specific technical solutions for tomorrow’s world        EIS ltd
  27. 27. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved         EIS ltd Sustainable World, I-WORLD Platform, of fered for the UN. i-Europe (i-Europe Platform and Smar t Big Europe, i-Germany, iBritain, i-France, i-Italy, i-Spain), of fered for the EC. i-Germany, of fered for the federal government. i-Britain, of fered for the national government. i-Cyprus (Smar t Cyprus 2013-2020), of fered for the national government i-Russia (Smar t Russia and i-Government), of fered for the federal government. i- America (Smar t USA and i-Government), of fered for the federal government. i-City (Smar t City of the Future, Intelligent Eco Cities and Smar t Sustainable Communities), to be of fered for transnational communities (EU), national governments, municipalities and/or global systems integrators and vendors or big real estate developers or large multinationals or group of multinationals as Smar t City Planning, Inc.
  28. 28. Building Smart Cities and Communities Azamat Abdoullaev 2013 All Rights Reserved         EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (Cyprus, EU) EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (Moscow, Russia) http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/eis-ltd Telefax: 357 25 561 883; Phone: + 357 99 683 849; Phone E-mail: ontopaedia@gmail.com Internet Sites: http://iiisyla.livejournal.com ООО "Энциклопедические Интеллект уальные Системы“(Moscow/Russia) Skolkovo Innovation Center Par ticipant: http://community.sk.ru/net/1120292/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azamat_Abdoullaev I-WORLD PLATFORM http :// www . slideshare . net / ashabook / encyclopedic - intelligence http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic-intelligence-24260973 http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic-intelligence-global-marketing http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/encyclopedic-intelligence-big-science-andtechnology http://www.slideshare.net/ashabook/global-intelligence-26413485 http :// www . slideshare . net / ashabook / iworld -25498222         EIS ltd