Dave carter

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FTTH Conference Europe 2012
Munich, 14 Feb 2012

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Dave carter

  1. 1. Fibre to the People (FttP) Stimulating Demand for Future Internet Enabled services in Smart Cities Dave Carter, Head, Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA), Manchester City Council, UK. Chair, EU Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group
  2. 2. ROAD - 50AD CANAL - 1734 RAIL - 1830 SHIP CANAL - 1894 AIR - 1938 FIBRE - 1970s- Next Generation Access 2010-Digitisation Global Market Connectivity
  3. 3. Future Smart Cities• Digital Agenda for Europe and Going Local• Green & Digital• Open Innovation, Open Data & Open Networks• Future Internet enabled Smart Cities • Internet of Things + Cloud + Open Data +
  4. 4. The Battle for Control of Smart Cities
  5. 5. Urban Open Systems• Smart Cities: – Smart: innovation, invention & entrepreneurship – Inclusive: multiple deprivation & scale of social exclusion in urban areas – Sustainable: cities generate 75%+ of emissions = problem & solution• Cities as engines of regional growth = Smart Regions – Manchester City Region – MCR = 5% of national economy, 40% of regional economy – City Region = larger economic unit than Wales, Northern Ireland or North East of England• Urban Open Systems = People + Open Data + Co-production – “From Human Factors to Human Actors” Bannon, J Liam. 1991. “The Role of Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction Studies in System Design”.
  6. 6. Critical Infrastructures• Green, Mobile & Digital• Digital as the new real estate of the 21st century• UK as world leader in creativity and content – way behind in connectivity• MCR is 2nd largest digital & creative sector in UK• Only globally connected Internet Exchange outside of London• Digital Hub Network: connecting key sites via the Metrolink tram network• Creating transformational digital infrastructure • open access networks – fibre + wireless • digital hubs – where networks interconnect • backbone networks – build your own networks• Infinite Bandwidth, Zero Latency (IBZL)
  7. 7. Global connectivity • UK less than 1% (not actually ‘on the map’) • Domestic broadband is cheap, widely accessible but slow (20 Mbps down, 2 Mbps up) • High speed connectivity (100 Mbps+) is very expensive, often more than €500 per month • Difficult for new businesses to enter the market
  8. 8. MCR NGA deployment One Central Park Connectivity Power 100 gigabit+ sharp project Space DARK FIBRE LOOPConnectivity Sport Cityvia Metrolink Manchester College Connectivity CITY CENTRE via Metrolink Media City Central Salford Corridor test-bed Connectivity Internet Peering with Power Exchange JANET SpaceDigitisation – next phases + Next Generation Access
  9. 9. Fibre to the People – key attributes• Fully point-to-point• Fully open to the passive layer• Fully open co-location• Direct connection to carrier neutral Internet Exchange• A ‘Free Trade Fibre’ Enterprise Network to encourage investment: – open innovation ‘Living Lab’ test-bed for new applications – maximum technical flexibility for property owners and developers to build their own networks and connect – trialling new business models including shared passive infrastructure and local patchwork – Potential to scale up re-using public assets, especially the roll-out of the tram network and other transport corridors
  10. 10. Infrastructure for MobilityThe £1.5bn GM Transport Fund has funded Metrolink to Chorlton with further extensions to East Manchester, Wythenshawe and the Airport underway
  11. 11. Smart, inclusive & sustainable growth• Manchester City Region – low carbon economic area for the built environment• Future Cities Technology Innovation Centre• Green procurement framework• Low carbon investment model - generate economic opportunities - ensure skills & training matches ambition - underpin with innovative investment models• Partnership commitment - partners include Siemens, Arup, universities, SME networks, voluntary & community sector
  12. 12. Manchester Living Lab & SMARTiP project• Test-bed smart environments network along Corridor• Affordable and accessible sensors including DIY (Arduinos)• Potential for wearables (clothes, bikes etc.) and micro-production• Links to Corridor fibre and wireless networks• Future links to transport network and GM wide deployment
  13. 13. ‘Geek’ Power! Entrepreneurs + InnovatorsManchester Digital Lab + OmniversityMadLab• Creativity• Innovation• DiversityStimulating:• new ideas• new business• new skills• new jobs
  14. 14. Smart City development - future vision:• Using Future Internet to transform the way we live and work • more flexible ways and locations of working: smart mobility, smart environments, smart learning• Co-designing and co-producing services for ourselves and others • new services being designed and delivered by users, e.g. e-health and telecare services• Enabling our environments to be greener, cleaner and healthier • smart buildings, smart energy, low-carbon neighbourhoods• Making smart cities more democratic, resilient and attractive • social networking to promote civic engagement• Generating and celebrating creativity, innovation and diversity • arts and culture linked to technology supporting jobs and skills
  15. 15. Future Internet Research& Experimentation ByAdopting Living Labs Thank You! d.carter@manchesterdda.com

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