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  2. 2. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd BUILDING TOMORROW’S WORLD     
  3. 3. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd I-WORLD PLATFORM: ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM      
  4. 4. SMART NATIONS & I-NATION PLATFORMS         
  6. 6. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd I-JAPAN: INSTRUMENTED, INTERCONNECTED, INNOVATIVE AND INTELLIGENT        
  7. 7. JAPAN: LAND OF THE RISING SUN             Japan is an archipelago consisting of 6,852 islands extending along the Pacific Coast of Far East Asia, of which the largest ones are Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku, making most Japan's land area (total 377,944 km2). Japan homes to almost 126,7 million people, composed of 98.5% ethnic Japanese and small minority groups, and expected to drop to 95 million by 2050. Japan is a homogenous nation of “one race, one civilization, one language and one culture”. Honshū's Greater Tokyo Area is the largest metropolitan area in the world, over 30 million residents. Japan is a major economic power,[the world's third-largest economy by nominal GDP and the world's fourth-largest economy by purchasing power parity. Japan is a leading nation in scientific and biomedical research, technology, machinery, electronics, automobiles, earthquake engineering, industrial robotics, optics, chemicals, semiconductors, metals, and eco technologies. Japan consists of forty-seven prefectures, each overseen by an elected governor, legislature and administrative bureaucracy. Each prefecture is divided into cities, towns and villages. The nation is undergoing administrative merging of the cities, towns and villages to reduce the number of sub-prefecture administrative regions and to cut administrative costs. Most Japan, 73%, is forested, mountainous, and unsuitable for agricultural, industrial, or residential use; the habitable zones mainly located in coastal areas making Japan one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Located in a volcanic zone on the Pacific Ring of Fire, Japan has 108 active volcanoes, being open to destructive earthquakes, often resulting in tsunami, like the devastating Great East Japan Earthquake. Its lack of natural resources and vulnerability to natural and technological disasters, prolonged deflation and recession, the declining birth rate and ageing population, two GDP public debt, closed market, all necessitates a smart dynamic growth to build an eco-wise resilient island with intelligent cities and green communities, or Smart Japan, managed by i-Japan Platform. The Japan’s New Growth Strategy, with the Future City Initiative, is to contribute into the i-Japan Growth Strategy.
  8. 8. FUTURE JAPAN: SMART AND SUSTAINABLE COUNTRY, CITIES AND COMMUNITIES           VISION: SUSTAINABLE AND INTELLIGENT JAPAN: Smart Country, Intelligent Cities and Green Communities MISSION: smart eco communities, intelligent green cities, sustainable living, healthy and smart environments, renewable energy global infrastructure, smart green real estates; the citizens’ well-being, physical, mental, and social GOALS: Promoting a Smart Japan Development Framework, the principles, guidelines, standards, solutions, specifications, technologies, for constructing Sustainable Communities: local, regional and national; Networking government leaders, policy makers, industry players, local governments, city managers, academia, developers, technology providers and NGOs across the country, promoting smart sustainable communities; smart solutions to critical global problems, as climate change, fresh water, or green energy; advancing converging solutions in Education, Science, and Research, Technology, Engineering and Industry PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES: I-World Concept, Smart World Strategy, EU 2020, Smart Europe Policy, Sustainable Development, Eco Europe Development, Digital Europe Development, Social Europe Development, Comprehensive Planning, Sustainable Urban Design and Planning, Smart/Intelligent City Solutions, Eco City Development Principles TECHNOLOGIES: Intelligent ICT Technologies; Ecological/Clean/Environmental Technologies; Social Innovations and Technologies, KM Technologies, Integrated Networks; Emerging and Disruptive Technologies SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY: The Triple Bottom Line Sustainability Model (Full Cost Account) Natural Capital (Planet, Environmental Protection and Ecosystems Conservation and Enrichment), Social Capital (People, Citizens, Social Well-Being and Equity), Economical Capital (Profit, Growth, Sustainable Business) SUSTAINABLE WORLD/CITIES PROGRAMS: EIS’ Smart World Strategy, EU 2020,UN Global Compact Cities Program: Sustainable Cities; EU Initiative on Smart Cities and Communities; IBM’s Smarter Planet, Cisco’s Smart + Connected Communities.
  9. 9. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd SMART JAPAN CONCEPT    The Smart Japan Concept is emerging in the quest for sustainable growth and smart economic, technological and socio-cultural development and intelligent governance for one of the leading world economies, its regions and cities, as well as for its enterprises, industries and economies, local, regional and national. Smart Japan implies Intelligent Country and Smart Eco Cities, Smart People and Smart Life, Sustainable Land and Environment, Sustainable Infrastructure and Smart Industry, Smart Grids and Eco Buildings, Intelligent ICT and Eco Mobility, Big Science and Future Technology, Internet of Everything and Smart Web, Smart Financing and Intelligent Banking, Smart Health and Education, Smart Security and Safety, Smart Government, Regulations and Standards. SMART JAPAN is envisioned as the intelligent and innovative, healthy and wealthy, livable and efficient, moral and fair, smart and sustainable Nation
  10. 10. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd JAPAN: STANDARD ECONOMIC GROWTH IMF GDP FORECAST (2011-2018), PPP ADJUSTED (USD BILLIONS) Rank Country 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 104,888.46 111,909.15 119,344.05 Estimate as of April 2013 World 79,285.920 83,140.055 87,209.739 92,483.482 98,414.787 1 China 12,305.769 13,405.670 14,623.255 14,039.001 16,647.491 18,442.890 22,440.875 21,641.047 April 2013 2 United States 13,075.675 14,684.750 15,237.746 17,676.165 20,126.421 22,588.835 21,063.733 23,551.454 May 2013 3 India 4,425.642 4 Japan 4,457.555 4,627.891 4,778.523 4,942.314 5,095.029 5,264.340 5,441.342 5,619.492 April 2013 5 Germany 3,113.927 3,197.069 3,269.562 3,383.051 3,496.759 3,616.584 3,741.501 3,868.064 April 2013 6 Russia 2,387.934 2,513.299 2,640.737 2,795.067 2,956.892 3,127.126 3,309.291 3,501.100 April 2013 7 Brazil 2,294.178 2,355.586 2,466.567 2,617.292 2,780.283 2,956.225 3,145.328 3,345.601 April 2013 8 United Kingdom 2,291.431 2,336.295 2,391.042 2,476.090 2,572.432 2,676.888 2,791.251 2,920.877 April 2013 9 France 2,213.780 2,254.067 2,289.622 2,355.727 2,438.218 2,532.454 2,634.650 2,741.658 April 2013 10 Mexico 1,662.364 1,758.896 1,848.416 1,949.248 2,055.105 2,167.207 2,286.826 2,412.430 April 2013 11 South Korea 1,554.124 1,613.921 1,687.138 1,787.683 1,897.170 2,013.951 2,138.890 2,270.913 April 2013 12 Italy 1,844.392 1,832.916 1,835.657 1,881.811 1,942.833 2,011.055 2,083.028 2,152.709 April 2013 13 Indonesia 1,125.286 1,216.738 1,314.660 1,426.600 1,549.072 1,684.114 1,832.107 1,992.555 April 2013 14 Canada 1,435.781 1,488.311 1,534.937 1,602.809 1,675.880 1,752.581 1,832.405 1,912.198 April 2013 15 Spain 1,405.787 1,410.628 1,411.493 1,450.178 1,499.399 1,552.973 1,610.225 1,670.221 April 2013 4,684.372 5,031.678 5,451.406 5,930.097 2 6,468.908 9 7,065.249 7 7,717.562 April 2013
  11. 11. SMART JAPAN TRINITY TRINITY JAPAN of Wellbeing, Quality of Life and Sustainable Growth EcoJAPAN/ Country/ City/ Community Physical Capital Natural Capital Ecosystems Natural Resources Renewables/RES Eco Technologies Green Infrastructure Eco-Urbanization Green Society ECO-SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Knowledge JAPAN/ Country/ City/ Community Social/Human/I-Capital Innovation Ecosystems Smart Living Smart Economy Knowledge Infrastructure i-Industry Smart Governance Equity, Wellbeing, QoL Knowledge Society SOCIAL/INCLUSIVE GROWTH Smart JAPAN i-JAPAN Platform Digital JAPAN/ Country/ City/ 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 A. Abdoullaev 2010-2013 B. EIS Intelligent Systems ltd
  12. 12. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd SMART JAPAN STAKEHOLDERS               Governing Board: National Government Ministries and Government Departments Local Governments  KEY PARTICIPANTS Municipalities Local Communities Political Parties Civic Associations and NGOs Business Groups & Innovative SMEs Banking Institutions Public-Service State Corporations: Global IT and Local Telecom Corporations: Academia, Universities and Research Institutes Key Consultants: EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (EU, Cyprus); EIS Intellectual Systems (Russia, Moscow, Skolkovo – Innovation Center)
  13. 13. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd FUTURE JAPAN - INTELLIGENT NATION OF 21ST CENTURY: PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS                   i-NATION PLATFORM i-GOVERNMENT  Smart Land and Environment Integrated Sustainable INFRASTRUCTURE (Land, Transportation, Energy, ICT, Water, Waste) National Fiber Network (with FTTH/B full penetration) Sustainable Roads GREEN ECONOMY INNOVATION INDUSTRY ECO, HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND SMART TOURISM INNOVATION ECO-CORRIDORS: KNOWLEDGE PARKS, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PARKS, AGRICULTURE PARKS, ECO FARMS, AIRPORT CITY PARKS, HARBOR DEVELOPMENT PARKS, SERVER FARMS, ENERGY PARKS SMART AIRPORT CITIES AND SPACE TOURISTRY ECO REGIONS (Districts) SMART CITIES (Municipalities) GREEN COMMUNITIES (Eco Villages) SMART YOUTH (maximum employment and minimum NEETs, not in education, employment or training) SMART EDUCATION, HEALTH, JOB, AND BUSINESS SMART ENVIRONMENT KNOWLEDGE LAND     1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.      National Program of Intelligent Sustainable Infrastructure (Telecommunications, Energy, Transportation, Water, Waste, Construction, Environment) National Program of Innovative ICT and Broadband Knowledge Economy National Program of Smart Eco Territories (communities, villages, towns, cities, districts, and country) National Program of Science, Research and Innovation (Strategy for Research and Innovation) National Program of Knowledge Industry knowledge clusters, university research parks, science and technology parks, healthcare parks, technopolises, business innovation parks, industrial clusters, organic agro-clusters, Smart villages, open economic zones, etc. National Program of Smart Social Infrastructure (Governance , Economy, Society, institutions, data, policies, laws, regulations and standards) National Program of Smart Government Agencies and State Corporations National Program of Smart Industry, Corporations and Intelligent Business Management National Program of Smart Lifestyle, Creativity and Knowledge and Persistent Learning National Programs of the Smart Health System and Sustainable Social Insurance System
  14. 14. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd THE NEW GROWTH STRATEGY: KEY AREAS AND PROJECTS                     Demand-side policies I. Green innovation 1. Introduce a feed-in tariff system to expand the renewable energy market 2. Use the Future City Initiative to promote the use of eco-products and services 3. Revitalise forestry and raise the self-sufficiency ratio to over 50% II. Life innovation 4. Expand options for patients by quick provision of new drugs and devices 5. Establish Japan’s position globally as a provider of high-quality medical care III. Asian economic integration 6. Make Japan a major player in exports of infrastructure systems 7. Cut the corporate tax rate and promote Japan as an Asian industrial centre 8. Foster global talents and increase the number of talented foreign personnel 9. Strengthen the competitiveness of domestic firms by making Japanese standards global ones and increasing Japan’s role as a content provider 10. Promote economic partnerships, particularly with Asian countries IV. Tourism and local revitalisation 11. Create global strategic special zones and promote full “open skies” 12. Make Japan a tourism-oriented nation and attract 25 million visitors annually 13. Double the size of the market for existing housing and remodelling of housing 14. Open public facilities to the private sector and promote projects using private sector partnerships
  15. 15. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd THE NEW GROWTH STRATEGY: KEY AREAS AND PROJECTS                   Supply-side policies V. Science, technology and IT 15. Create “leading graduate schools” to enhance international competitiveness 16. Promote the use of ICT in the government and provide broadband to all households by 2015 17. Increase R&D investment to at least 4% of GDP VI. Employment and human resources 18. Integrate childcare and kindergartens and develop quality childcare 19. Create a “National Vocational Qualifications” system and a “Personal Support Service” for the poor 20. Establish a new system of volunteer activity and charitable giving VII. Financial sector 21. Create an integrated exchange for securities, financing and commodities In all, there are Seven growth engines and 21 strategic projects 4. New sources of growth, led by domestic demand, are therefore essential to reduce Japan’s reliance on exports. The government expects that the Strategy will create around 123 trillion yen of demand (26% of 2009 GDP) and nearly 5 million jobs (8% of employment) by 2020 in green innovation, “life innovation” focused on health, Asian economic integration, and tourism and regional development The Public Administration aims to achieve 3% nominal GDP growth and 2% real GDP growth over the next 10 years thus to increase the per capita nominal GNI by 1.5 m yen in ten years. Source: The Government of Japan (2010c), The New Growth Strategy: Blueprint for Revitalising Japan.
  16. 16. JAPAN REVITALIZATION STRATEGY: THREE ACTION PLANS            “Japan Revitalization Strategy” sets forth three action plans: Plan for the Revitalization of Japanese Industry; Strategic Market Creation Plan; Strategy of Global Outreach It aims to implement the policy mix of: (1) Aggressive monetary policy; (2) Flexible fiscal policy; (3) A growth strategy that encourages private sector investment. The whole Strategy is based on the concept for restoring the confidence of companies and people and changing “expectation” into “action” as a “roadmap to growth.” The Plan for the Revitalization of Japanese Industry" will strengthen the industry base, the Strategic Market Creation Plan" will create new markets from challenges, and the Strategy of Global Outreach will allow Japan to tap into expanding global markets. 85_7321.html
  18. 18. I-JAPAN: FROM DUMB TO SMART AND SUSTAINABLE CITIES           The prospect of Smart Japan is decided by the quality of its future cities. Globally, there are about 700 cities, each with population exceeding 500,000. The infrastructure investment for these cities is forecasted to be $30 trillion to $40 trillion, cumulatively, over the next 20 years. The Human Smart Cities Manifesto , Preamble, to be signed in Rome, on the 29th of May of 2013 by cities from all over the world, is alerting the three main challenges facing 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. The United Cities and Local Governments, a global network of cities, local and regional 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 Future City should be developed as a smart and sustainable city, or 3.0 City, providing 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. SMART TERRITORIES OF THE FUTURE: The EU Smart Communities and Cities Prototype: 3.0 City, from Dumb to Intelligent Cities.
  19. 19. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd I-JAPAN: THE FUTURE CITIES IT NEEDS           The smart city solution for the current unsustainable global urbanization is being held back by a lack of clarity and consensus of what it is and what the components and socio-economic benefits of a smart city actually are. A Smart City is typically viewed by academic and commercial worlds as a Smart Economy, Smart People, Smart Governance, Smart Mobility, Smart Environment, or Smart Living or as an assortment and a mixed bag of thereof. In fact, a real smart city is three innovative cities in one: the Urban Trinity of Information Cyber City, Intelligent/Knowledge City and Ecological/Clean city, as presented in the keynote for the International Computer and Information Technology Conference, CIT 2011: It is critical to draw distinctions between a smart city, as a unified urban entity, and “smart city” technologies, applications, and systems, as well as fragmented “smart city” projects, lacking the overall conception of the smart city and resulting in the unsustainably over-costly ventures. Then most rankings of smartest cities on the planet are largely partial and commercial. The fully sustainable community, the Trinity Community, is to merge the Cyber/Digital, Natural/Ecological, and Social/Intelligent Spaces. Be it a large metropolitan area, municipal district, small township or local community, in truly sustainable communities, economic, social, political, cultural, technological and ecological issues are closely integrated and advanced. The Smart city concept is also addressing the crucial urban issues: waste management, water and sanitation management, poverty alleviation, pollution, traffic safety and housing redevelopments for the urban poor. Such a Community of the Future is a key node of the Smart World of sustainable communities, buildings, and infrastructure, smart government, intelligence, education, healthcare, public safety, telecom, banking, retail, work, traffic, transport, computing, products, food, energy, oil, and water. In sums, Smart City is an integrated, holistic and organic approach to increase the urban wealth and the quality of urban life by: improving the efficiency of city infrastructures, systems, operations and governance, growing the local economy, introducing innovative technologies and green systems, stimulating education, research, creativity, innovation and social cohesion, and adopting and implementing intelligent public policies.
  20. 20. JAPAN FUTURE CITY INITIATIVE: URBAN DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FUTURE          To revive from the Great East Japan Earthquake, the Japanese government identified the “FutureCity” Initiative as one of the National Strategic Projects in its “New Growth Strategy” in June 2010. The “FutureCity” is defined as a city where the value of the environment, society and economy is innovatively enhanced, based on the premise that a minimum level of value in each of these three areas has been satisfied. The purpose of the Initiative is to select a few cities as “future cities,” to realize world-leading successful cases in terms of technology, socioeconomic systems, services, business models and city building. The basic concept of the Initiative is to realize “humancentered cities while creating new values to resolve the challenges of the environment and aging. The Initiative aims to solve global challenges such as global warming, resource and energy limits, and super-aging by establishing sustainable socioeconomic systems as well as by recovering social solidarity. to realize cities where “everybody wants to live” and “everyone has vitality” as well as cities that create new values continuously. To increase the quality of life of the people. The ultimate goal is to achieve a revitalized and sustainable society with a new socioeconomic system; to realize a sustainable society, considering the value of the environment, society and economy is essential.
  21. 21. FUTURE CITY SELECTED IN 2011                   City of Kamaishi, Iwate (Population: 38,000) City of Ofunato / City of Rikuzentakata / Sumita Town, Iwate (Population: 67,000) Shimokawa Town, Hokkaido (Population: 3,600) City of Toyama, Toyama  (Population :422,000) City of Kitakyusyu, Fukuoka (Population: 972,000) City of Higashimatsushima, Miyagi (Population: 40,000) City of Iwanuma, Miyagi (Population: 44,000) Shinchi Town, Fukushima (Population: 8,000)  City of Yokohama, Kanagawa ‐Creative Port City where People, Things and Events Connect and Develop(Population: 3,692,000) 【City of Kashiwa, Chiba】 Kashiwanoha Campus City Project, Autonomous urban management with partnership among public, private and academia  City of Minamisoma, Fukushima  (Population: 65,000) City of Kashiwa, Chiba (Population: 405,000)
  22. 22. EUROPEAN SMART CITY PROTOTYPE        At the Smart Cities and Communities Communication, the Smart City and Community Concept originated by EIS LTD for a specific green field locality in EU, Cyprus, has been advanced by the European Commission as a European Smart City Prototype for cities and communities: The EU Smart Communities and Cities Prototype: FUTURE CITIES: THE SMART ECO CITY MODEL     “Now is the time for government and business leaders to recognise the value created by smart city thinking. The technology-enabled city is an untapped source of sustainable growth and represents a powerful approach for tackling unprecedented environmental and economic challenges. By unlocking technology, infrastructure and public data, cities can open up new value chains that spawn innovative applications and information products that make possible sustainable modes of city living and working. While smart initiatives are underway in urban centres around the world, most cities have yet to realise the enormous potential value from fully-integrated, strategically-designed smart city development programmes.” Executive Summary. Information Marketplaces. The New Economics of Cities. Arup/Accenture/Climate Group/Horizon    CONCEPT: A fully-integrated, strategically-designed smart city development GOAL: The Trinity City; Smart Eco City, Intelligent Green City STRATEGY: The most innovative urban development strategy, as integrating the Eco City Strategy, Digital City Strategy and Knowledge City Strategy ARCHITECTURE: Integrated architecture of urban systems and services to achieve a fully sustainable “New City” of Eco-Intelligence OBJECTIVE: Prototype Model for European Smart City for other cities and communities SMART TERRITORIES OF THE FUTURE: 3.0 City, from Dumb to Intelligent Cities. EU FLAGSHIP URBAN PROJECT: SMART CITY PROTOTYPE
  23. 23. SMART CITY INDUSTRY PROMOTERS AND VENDORS  EIS (I-World Concept and Intelligent Green City Strategy) IBM (Smarter Planet Initiative) Cisco Systems (Smart + Connected Communities) 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), LG CNS SAP AG, etc.  Smart City Project  Smart City Planning, Inc.              >
  24. 24. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd I-JAPAN: SMART CITIES AS DRIVERS OF NEW INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION        The pillars of the Next Industry 4.0 is as follows: Integrated Manufacturing Infrastructure (Renewables, Optical ICT Networks, Intelligent Transportation, Smart Utilities, Facilities, Buildings, Industrial Parks, Economic Zones, etc.) Sustainable Facility Industry (Buildings, Plants, Fields, Athletic Facilities, Recreational Facilities, Utilities, Gas System, Grids, Sewage Works, Transportation Systems, Water Systems) Smart City Industry (Intelligent Urbanization Industry) Future Internet Industry (Internet of Everything) Smart Additive Manufacturing (Digital Manufacturing, Machines, Materials, Technologies, 3D & 4D Printing, The printing world industry of buildings, aircrafts, ships, cars, computers, drugs, toys, weapons, etc.) Smart Environment Industry: genetic industries of renewable energy and natural resources of agriculture, livestock, forestry, and fishing        The five pillars of the Third Industrial Revolution were proposed by Jeremy Rifkin in his The Third Industrial Revolution: Renewables Buildings as Power Plants Energy Storage Technology Smart Grid Technology (Energy Internet) Plug in, Electric, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Transportation The Third Industrial Revolution: How Lateral Power is Transforming Energy, the Economy, and the World  "RECORDED Conference "Mission Growth - Europe at the Lead of the New Industrial Revolution"". European Commission. Retrieved April 11, 2013.   Its key mistake is to largely view a Third Industrial Revolution as the Energy Internet, as the Smart InterGrid, emerging from merging of Internet communication technology and renewable energies. A more critical mega trend of the next industrial revolution is from combining the Future Internet Technologies with the Future City Development: SMART CITY INTERNET, or FUTURE CITY INTELLIGENT WEB, a precondition for the I-WORLD INTERNET
  25. 25. I-JAPAN AS AN EMERGING SPACE POWER          Smart Japan is to extend its influence beyond the earth’s scope as mass space tourism business and deep space exploration Japan's space agency, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) conducts space, planetary, and aviation research, and leads development of rockets and satellites. it launched lunar explorer "SELENE" (Selenological and Engineering Explorer) on an H-IIA (Model H2A2022) carrier rocket from Tanegashima Space Center, known as Kaguya, the largest lunar mission since the Apollo program Japan's plans in space exploration are as follows: 1. launching a space probe to Venus, Akatsuki; 2. developing the Mercury Magnetospheric Orbiter launched in 2013; 3. building a moon base by 2030. Smart Japan has big prospects in the emerging space tourism industry as well. A web-based survey suggested that over 70% of those surveyed wanted less than or equal to 2 weeks in space; in addition, 88% wanted to spacewalk (only 14% of these would do it for a 50% premium), and 21% wanted a hotel or space station.
  26. 26. SMART JAPAN FUNDING SOURCES      National Funding Programs Sovereign Funds (Japan, China, the Middle East, Russia) Smart Nation/City Investment of Major Corporations: Huawei (Smart City Initiative); 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), etc. Smart City Planning, Inc. A. Abdoullaev 2010-2013 EIS Intelligent Systems ltd
  27. 27. “I-JAPAN” R & D CENTER SMART GROWTH STRATEGY, PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS Smart Japan Sustainable Infrastructure Eco Regions and Sustainable Communities Smart Cities and Municipalities: EcoPolis and EcoVillage Projects Eco Development Projects, NATURA 2000 Sites Green Redevelopment 5. Sustainable Building/Eco Construction Projects (Green Buildings, Eco Homes, Smart Villas, Intelligent Homes) 1. 2. 3. 4. ORGANIZING SMART PUBLIC AND BUSINESS CLUSTERS of related enterprises, suppliers, and institutions in different fields of economy, commerce, industry, or civil services Knowledge Parks of Third Generation Innovatiion Parks, Smart Techno-clusters; Know-how clusters; Intelligent Eco-parks, Agro-Clusters; Medical or Hospital Clusters; sector clusters, horizontal clusters, vertical supply chain clusters 3) Maximizing the business intelligence capital, productivity and creativity 4) Stimulating innovative businesses and intelligent industry (eg, integrated operations of people, processes and technology, e-Field, i-Field, Digital Gas/Oilfield, intelligent field, or Smart Fields of Smart Wells) 5) Driving innovation in a new field of knowledge economy, commerce or industry (Smart Property, Intelligent Infrastructure, Cloud Computing, Intelligent Energy, Smart Gas/Oil) 1) 2) HIGH-LEVEL EDUCATION PROGRAMS Global Initiatives for Smart Communities: EIS’ Smart World, IBM’s Smarter Planet, Cisco’s Intelligent Urbanization, EIS’ Smart World, EU 2020 Strategy, and EU Initiatives on Smart Cities 2. World 2020: Lost Decade, Sluggish Recovery or Sustainable Recovery 3. Smart City Projects across the World, or Why Smart Cities make Priorities for Global Investors and Corporations (IBM, Cisco, Hitachi, Toshiba, Alcatel-Lucent, Siemens, Huawei, etc.) 4. Smart City as a Model Settlement, or How to Become a Smart Municipality and Green Community 1. A. Abdoullaev 2010-2013 EIS Intelligent Systems ltd
  28. 28. I-JAPAN: INTELLIGENT NATION BRANDING PROGRAMS     In today's world, every country/city must compete with every other country/city for the world's investors, talent, cultural exchange, tourists, businesses, media profile and international events, cultural, political, economic, and scientific. In today’s world, every nation, intentionally or unintentionally, has its brand, brand name, trade name, marque, national branding, core message, logo, claim, the way the nation is perceived (brand perception) and imaged globally and locally, by the world (global image formation) as well as its subjects and nationals. Intelligent National Branding is instrumental in attracting foreign direct investment, tourism, enhancing geo political influence, global national image, facilitating trade and private-sector competitiveness, supporting for exports, and creating internal pride. Up to now, countries and states are building the national brand and global image, employing the standard approaches and old public diplomacy, antique public relations and aggressive advertising and propaganda.          Sustainable Branding Strategy Intelligent or Innovation or Inclusive Nation Branding > i-Japan> Destination Branding, Place Marketing, Place Promotion, holistic, interactive, ongoing, broad activities involving social, economic, political and cultural processes > Intelligent Infrastructure, Smart Economy, Innovation Industry (Primary & Secondary & Tertiary) Branding > Eco Region (Connected Urban and Rural Development) Branding > Smart City (Polis, Municipality and Eco Community) Branding > Sustainable (Public and Private Project) Development Branding > Innovative Corporate Branding > global national corporate brands (Toyota, Nintendo, NTT DoCoMo, Canon, Honda, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Sharp, Nippon Steel, Nippon Oil, and Seven & I Holdings Co.; the world’s largest banks) Smart Nation Branding:
  29. 29. SMART ECO TERRITORIES OF THE FUTURE: PROJECTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION                   Sustainable World, I-WORLD Platform, offered for the UN i-Europe (i-Europe Platform and Smart Big Europe, i-Germany, i-Britain, i-France, iItaly, i-Spain), offered for the EC i-Germany, offered for the federal government i-Britain, offered for the national government i-Cyprus (Smart Cyprus 2013-2020), offered for the national government i-Russia (Smart Russia and i-Government), offered for the federal government. i-America (Smart USA and i-Government), offered for the federal government i-City (Smart City of the Future, Intelligent Eco Cities and Smart Sustainable Communities), to be offered 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 Smart City Planning, Inc. Abdoullaev 2010-2013 EIS Intelligent Systems ltd
  30. 30. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 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™; Smart Sustainable Communities™; Smart Sustainable World ™; Intelligent Eco City™; Smart Eco City™; Neapolis Smart EcoCity™; i-City Operating Systems™; Smart City Software™; i-Community Package™; Intelligent Urban Operating Systems; Smart Eco Community Operating Systems, SECOS™; Territorial Intelligent Platform™, TIP; Territorial Intelligent Systems™, TIS; i-Europe™, Intelligent Europe™, Smart Europe™, Europe SkyNet™; i-Russia™, Smart Russia™, Intelligent Russia™, Russia SkyNet™; Smart Cyprus™, i-Cyprus™, i-Montenegro™; i-America ™, i-Germany ™, i-Britain™, i-Japan™, i-China™ EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd EIS INTELLIGENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS               Smart World & I-WORLD Platform Smart Europe & i-Europe Platform Smart Russia & i-Russia Platform Smart China & i-China Platform Smart India & i-India Platform Smart America & i-America Platform Smart Germany & i-Germany Platform Smart Britain & i-Britain Platform Smart Japan & i-Japan Platform Smart Kazakhstan & i-Kazakhstan Platform Smart Tajikistan & i-Tajikistan Platform Smart Cyprus & i-Cyprus Platform Smart Montenegro & i-Montenegro Platform Smart Eco City & i-City Platform EIS SMART BRANDS AND PROJECTS
  31. 31. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Japan 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd I-JAPAN PROMOTERS            Dr Azamat Sh. Abdoullaev, Director EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (Cyprus, EU) EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd (Moscow, Russia) Int.: + 357 99 683 849; Telefax: + 357 25 561 883 E-mail:; Internet Sites: ООО "Энциклопедические Интеллектуальные Системы“(Moscow/Russia) Skolkovo Innovation Center Participant:
  32. 32. Azamat Abdoullaev Smart Britain 2014-2024 All Rights Reserved EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd WHO TODAY CREATES INTELLIGENT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES  I. II. III.    Nowadays, the global strategy, initiatives, and actions are coming not from international political structures and organizations, or government’s think tanks, but from the few innovative businesses, building the Future World as: Smarter Planet (IBM), Smart + Connected Communities (Cisco) Smart Sustainable World (Smart World Group & EIS LTD) The IBM’s Smarter Planet is envisioned as the world with digitally smarter cities, buildings, infrastructure, government, intelligence, education, healthcare, public safety, telecom, banking, retail, stimulus, work, traffic, transport, computing, products, food, energy, oil, water. the Cisco's Intelligent Urbanization, a.k.a. Smart + Connected Communities, aims to convert physical communities into connected (intelligent) communities, targeting at such significant areas of human life as: Smart Connected Buildings, Smart Grid, Smart Connected Real Estate, Safety and Security, Connected Transportation, Environment, Education, Healthcare, Sports and Entertainment, and Government. The Smart World’s holistic global strategy is integrating the future world scenarios, like the Smarter World or the World’s Intelligent Urbanization, in the single Smart World Development Framework, as specified in the I-World Manifesto.