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Urban Information Architecture
    From Digital to Smart Cities

    CUD Conference May 2009


    Volker Buscher
    Dire...
Arup

  “… ‘Total Architecture’ implies that all relevant design
    decisions have been considered together and have
    ...
The City as an Integrator




                          Water

                                              People



   ...
Climate Change and Cities



                                  What is the
                                 role of ICT in...
What will be different




          *1   Smart2020 A report by The Climate Group on behalf of the Global eSustainability ...
Transformation vs. Infrastructure

1990: Tim Berners-Lee writes the first web browser, Worldwide Web, using a aNeXT
 1990:...
Current APPROACHES are not sufficient




                          This requires “more than Broadband”
                  ...
The need for a new concept




CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
What will Urban Information Architecture look like




         Arup Foresight and Innovation©


CUD Conference Seoul May ...
How to manage the
transition from digital to
     Smart Cities?

CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
Where can Urban Information Architecture make a
difference and create integration benefits


                             ...
Roadmap for Cities and Major Development




CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
Roadmap for Cities and Major Development




CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
• Objectives
               Module One:      • Cost Benefit
       Vision and Strategy      • Ownership




CUD Conference...
Module Two:                    •Leadership (Political, Civil, Development Stakeholders)
                                  ...
Module Two:                    •Leadership (Political, Civil, Development Stakeholders)
                                  ...
Module Six:                       •Open Source Architecture
                                                  •Urban Integ...
Module Six:                       •Open Source Architecture
                                                  •Urban Integ...
3 Scenarios for Cities and Major Developments




CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
Planning
                                                           Delivery



                                  Module f...
The Development Project The Mobility Solution




                                Choice




CUD Conference Seoul May 2009...
The Management Centre           The Resource Solution




CUD Conference Seoul May 2009
Volker.Buscher@arup.com
Generic Delivery Framework                           3 Conferences

                                                    Pl...
From digital                    Cities will have a CIO leading strategic information
                                  man...
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  1. 1. Urban Information Architecture From Digital to Smart Cities CUD Conference May 2009 Volker Buscher Director CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  2. 2. Arup “… ‘Total Architecture’ implies that all relevant design decisions have been considered together and have been integrated into a whole by a well organized team empowered to fix priorities” Ove Arup Arup Foresight & Innovation, Global Drivers of Change & Plausible Futures C40 Urban Life Arup R&D, Global Cambridge University Lead partner Sustainable Cities Programme Imperial College, UK Instrumenting Smart Eco Cities Brunel Lecture Serious, Global The Ecological Age
  3. 3. The City as an Integrator Water People Energy Transport Food Waste Arup Integrated Urbanism CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  4. 4. Climate Change and Cities What is the role of ICT in reducing the 80% carbon emissions cities produce? CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  5. 5. What will be different *1 Smart2020 A report by The Climate Group on behalf of the Global eSustainability Initiative (GeSI), 2008 CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  6. 6. Transformation vs. Infrastructure 1990: Tim Berners-Lee writes the first web browser, Worldwide Web, using a aNeXT 1990: Tim Berners-Lee writes the first web browser, Worldwide Web, using NeXT computer. computer. 1992: J.H. Snider and Terra Ziporyn publish Future Shop: How New Technologies Will Change the Way We Shop and What We Buy. St.J.H. Snider and Terra Ziporyn publish Future Shop: How New Technologies Will Change the Way We Shop and What We 1992: Martin's Press Buy. St. Martin's Press 1994 1994 : Netscape releases the Navigator browser in October under the code name Mozilla. Pizza Hut offers pizza ordering on : Netscape releases the Navigator browser in October under the code name Mozilla. Pizza Hut offers pizza ordering on its Web page. The first online bank opens. Attempts to offer flower delivery and magazine subscriptions online. Adult materials its Web page. The first online bank opens. Attempts to offer flower delivery and magazine subscriptions online. Adult materials also becomes commercially available, as do cars and bikes. Netscape 1.0 is introduced in late 1994 SSL encryption that made also becomes commercially available, as do cars and bikes. Netscape 1.0 is introduced in late 1994 SSL encryption that made transactions secure. transactions secure. 1995: Jeff Bezos launches Amazon.com and the first commercial-free 24 hour, internet-only radio stations, Radio HK and 1995: Jeff Bezos launches Amazon.com and the first commercial-free 24 hour, internet-only radio stations, Radio HK and Dell and Cisco begin to aggressively use Internet for Dell and Cisco begin to aggressively use Internet for NetRadio start broadcasting. NetRadio start broadcasting. commercial transactions. commercial transactions. eBay is founded by computer programmer Pierre Omidyar as AuctionWeb. eBay is founded by computer programmer Pierre Omidyar as AuctionWeb. 1998: Electronic postal stamps can be purchased and downloaded for printing from the Web. 1998: Electronic postal stamps can be purchased and downloaded for printing from the Web. 1999: Business.com sold for US $7.5 million to eCompanies, which was purchased in 1997 for US $149,000. The peer-to-peer filesharing software Napster launches. million to eCompanies, which was purchased in 1997 for US $149,000. The peer-to-peer 1999: Business.com sold for US $7.5 filesharing software Napster launches. 2000: The dot-com bust. 2000: The dot-com bust. 2002: eBay acquires PayPAl for $1.5 billion [2]. Niche retail companies CSN Stores and NetShopsare founded with the concept of selling products through several targeted domains, rather companies CSNportal. and NetShopsare founded with the concept 2002: eBay acquires PayPAl for $1.5 billion [2]. Niche retail than a central Stores of selling products through several targeted domains, rather than a central portal. 2003: Amazon.com posts first yearly profit. 2003: Amazon.com posts first yearly profit. 2007: Business.com acquired by R.H. Donnelley for $345 million . [3] 2007: Business.com acquired by R.H. Donnelley for $345 million[3]. 2008: US eCommerce and Online Retail sales projected to reach $204 2008: US eCommerce and Online Retail sales projected to reach $204 billion, ,an increase ofof17 percent over 2007 . . billion an increase 17 percent over 2007 [4] [4] * Wikipedia May 2009 CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  7. 7. Current APPROACHES are not sufficient This requires “more than Broadband” and no more “information Silos”. CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  8. 8. The need for a new concept CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  9. 9. CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  10. 10. CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  11. 11. What will Urban Information Architecture look like Arup Foresight and Innovation© CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  12. 12. How to manage the transition from digital to Smart Cities? CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  13. 13. Where can Urban Information Architecture make a difference and create integration benefits Our methodology is based on FIVE strategic themes: UIA Mobility UIA Environment & Buildings UIA Community UIA Commerce UIA Management The Brunel Lecture 2008 Entering the Ecological Age, Arup© CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  14. 14. Roadmap for Cities and Major Development CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  15. 15. Roadmap for Cities and Major Development CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  16. 16. • Objectives Module One: • Cost Benefit Vision and Strategy • Ownership CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  17. 17. Module Two: •Leadership (Political, Civil, Development Stakeholders) •Management (Change, Programme, Stakeholders) Governance Strategic Political Civil Development Stakeholder Management Stakeholder Management Leadership and Choices / Service Programme Management Resource Changes Technical Operation Maintenance Support Development Arup Information Technology Governance Model© CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  18. 18. Module Two: •Leadership (Political, Civil, Development Stakeholders) •Management (Change, Programme, Stakeholders) Governance Strategic Political Civil Development Stakeholder Management Stakeholder Management Programme Management Resource / Service Changes Technical Operation Maintenance Support Development Arup Information Technology Governance Model© CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  19. 19. Module Six: •Open Source Architecture •Urban Integration Framework Technology Architecture Information Access to information Development Development Kiosks, Kiosks, interactive 3rd party 3rd party websites Digital TV Digital TV portal/website portal/website interactive websites Management channels signage signage Mobile/ PDA Mobile/ PDA Framework Services Traffic Traffic Parking Parking Resource Resource Security Security monitoring monitoring management management monitoring monitoring management management Commercial Commercial Visitor Visitor Retailer Retailer Community Community tenant services tenant services services services services services facilities facilities Systems Traffic Pedestrian Asset Connectivity Traffic control control Smart Pedestrian counting counting Asset management management Environmental Environmental sensors sensors Commercial & Commercial & retail retail Smart system system management Wireless cards cards CCTV CCTV Metering Metering management Fibre Networks Wireless network (WLAN) Competition Wireless cellular Fixed networks (LAN,MAN,FTTP) Infrastructure Infrastructure Cabling – commercial & domestic Future Proof Ducts - commercial & domestic Technical spaces - commercial & domestic Ebbsfleet, UK Information Management Model CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  20. 20. Module Six: •Open Source Architecture •Urban Integration Framework Technology Architecture Information Access to information Development Development Kiosks, Kiosks, interactive 3rd party 3rd party websites Digital TV Digital TV portal/website portal/website interactive websites Management channels signage signage Mobile/ PDA Mobile/ PDA Framework Services Traffic Traffic Parking Parking Resource Resource Security Security monitoring monitoring management management monitoring monitoring management management Commercial Commercial Visitor Visitor Retailer Retailer Community Community tenant services tenant services services services services services facilities facilities Systems Traffic Pedestrian Asset Connectivity Traffic control control Smart Pedestrian counting counting Asset management management Environmental Environmental sensors sensors Commercial & Commercial & retail retail Smart system system management Wireless cards cards CCTV CCTV Metering Metering management Fibre Networks Wireless network (WLAN) Competition Wireless cellular Fixed networks (LAN,MAN,FTTP) Infrastructure Infrastructure Cabling – commercial & domestic Future Proof Ducts - commercial & domestic Technical spaces - commercial & domestic Ebbsfleet, UK Information Management Model CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  21. 21. 3 Scenarios for Cities and Major Developments CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  22. 22. Planning Delivery Module five Leadership: political & Business Case civil service Module One Vision and Strategy Module two Governance Service Delivery: mobility services community services commercial services Module three management services Urban Informatics Module four Supply Chain Module six Technology Delivery: Architecture Technical architecture and supply chain management CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  23. 23. The Development Project The Mobility Solution Choice CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  24. 24. The Management Centre The Resource Solution CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  25. 25. Generic Delivery Framework 3 Conferences Planning Strategic Module Five Module One Module two Knowledge Management Transfer Module three Technical Module four Academic Support / Validation Publication Knowledge Thought Leadership Capture CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
  26. 26. From digital Cities will have a CIO leading strategic information management. The Mayor will be part of the deal. to smart cities Mobility and Energy will have user centric service models in place. Urban Information The Industry will work within a Technology Architecture similar to the Internet. Architecture We will have lots of fun in this new market …. Thank You Digital TV Access to information channels 3rd party Digital TV Development Kiosks, websites portal/website 3rd party Development interactive Kiosks, signage websites portal/website interactive signage Mobile/ PDA Mobile/ PDA Services Traffic Parking Resource Security monitoring management monitoring management Traffic Parking Resource Security monitoring management monitoring management Commercial tenant services Commercial tenant services Visitor services Retailer Community facilities services Visitor services Retailer Community facilities services Systems Traffic Asset Pedestrian Environmental sensors control management Traffic counting Asset Pedestrian Environmental sensors Commercial & retail control system management counting management system Commercial & retail management Smart cards CCTV Metering Smart cards CCTV Metering Networks Wireless network (WLAN) Wireless cellular Fixed networks (LAN,MAN,FTTP) Cabling – commercial & domestic Infrastructure Ducts - commercial & domestic Technical spaces - commercial & domestic CUD Conference Seoul May 2009 Volker.Buscher@arup.com
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