Knowledge cities on smart cities 22Presentation Transcript
22@Barcelona Knowledge Cities on Smart Cities: 22@Barcelona Case Josep M. Piqué
Agenda 1 Framework 2 22@Barcelona: Where 3 22@Barcelona: Knowledge City 4 22@Barcelona: Smart City 5 22@Barcelona: Knowledge Economy 6 22@Barcelona: LIVE 7 Q&A
Knowledge Knowledge InnovationInfrastructure Knowledge-based Economy Economy Geography Political Economy Source: Loet Leydesdorff & Martin Meyer. 2003.
I+I Global NationalInternational Regional Local Science Technology Industry Market Innovation Source: Francesc Solé Parellada, Josep Piqué & Joan Bellavista. 2007.
Open Innovation Source: Henry Etzkowitz & Loet Leydesdorff, 2000.
Born Global and Corporate Venturing University Industry Government Source: Henry Etzkowitz, Francesc Solé Parellada & Josep Piqué. 2007.
The Ecology of Innovation Research Universities Good Business Climate Entrepreneurs Good Food,Wine and Coffee The Regional Angel Investors Economy Highly Trained Venture Capital Workforce with Global Access Good Infrastructure (Social and Physical) Source: The Ecology of Innovation, Tapan Munroe, 2008
2 22@Barcelona: Where
Among the main European capitals
Barcelona’s Metropolitan Area
22@Barcelona, included in the Ensanche’s plan (1859)
1860 - 1960: the “Catalan Manchester”
1960 - 1990: obsolescence and degradation
The Barcelona’s eastern transformationSagrera AVE Forum 2004 22@Barcelona Olympic Village 1992
3 22@Barcelona: Knowledge City on Smart City
Knowledge City on Smart City A new model of making city The City as a Platform of the Knowledge Economy and Society
Conceptual model Phase 3 Phase 2 Phase 1 Smart Knowledge Knowledge City Economy Society Town Planning Companies Citizens Building Infrastructure
Value chain Talent Attraction Retention Development Creation Company Promotion Location Coaching Growth Knowledge City Science Technology Company Market Smart City Planning Management Infrastruct. Construction
The 22@ Plan, a Model of Knowledge City on Smart City @ ECONOMICS GREEN HOUSING INCLUSIVE INFRASTRUCTURESSCIENCE AND TECH MOBILITY QUALITY OF LIFE IDENTITY
4 22@ Barcelona: Smart City
The scale of 22@Barcelona The scale of the project: Territory 198,26 Ha (115 city blocks) New gross floor space 4.000.000 m² 3.200.000m2 • Productive Activities 800.000 m2 • Housing, facilities and services Increase in green spaces 114.000 m² Increase in facilities 145.000 m² Investment in infrastructures 200 million €
Special Infrastructures Plan: The Backbone of the Smart City New mobility plan Wi-fi and optic fiber New energy networksSelective pneumatic waste New heating and cooling system Underground galleries collection
22@UrbanLab 22@UrbanLab Led
Open Innovation in Cities Government Triple Helix The City as a Platform City ChallengesThe City as Organization Citizens needs Public Procurement Ecology of Innovation University Industry Driven Research Golden References Tech Transfer Customer Insights Urban Lab Scalability
5 22@ Barcelona: Knowledge Economy
Leadership of projects: current situation and forecast 22@Barcelona: Clusters & activities Companies Entrepreneurs Institutions Specific spaces Universities DisseminationTechnological spaces centers Residences Incubators Other services
Urban clusters Cluster strategies MEDIA ENERGY MEDTECH ICT DESIGN Transversal programs Clusters policy Entrepreneurship Services for companies Internationalization Community of professionals Relation between clusters Marketing
Media Campus Companies MediaPro, Lavinia, Cromosoma… Institutions RNE, CAC, Barcelona TV… Specifics spaces Audiovisual Production Centre (PBM) Universities UPF, UB, UOC Technological centers Barcelona Media-Innovation Centre Incubators Media-TIC Building Residences Melon District / Ciutadella Dissemination Media Factory
ICT: Network of R+D centres related to ICT Companies T-Systems, Indra, Telefónica Institutions CMT, FBD, Localret, AENOR Specifics spaces Interface building, Media-TIC building Universities UB, UPC, La Salle Technological centers Technological ICT Center Incubators Media-TIC building Residences Melon District Dissemination ICT House
Media Campus BARCELONA ACTIVA AGBAR TOWER RBA HQ. IMAGINA BUILDING: Mediapro, CIBM, Yahoo!, TCI,… GREEN AREAS INDRA RNE AUDIOVISUAL PRODUCTION INTERFACE BUILDING: CENTRE IMI, Indra & AENOR COMMUNICATION FACULTY T-SYSTEMS HQ. & (UPF) BARCELONA DIGITAL VILA CASAS MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ARTBARCELONA TV SUBSIDIZED HOUSING MEDIA-TIC BUILDING
Medical Technologies - Health Companies Matachana, Gaes, Sanofi Aventis, Isdin, Telemedicine Institutions CatSalut, Blood Bank, BIOCAT Specifics spaces Health Building, BIO Enterprise Park Universities UB, UPC, Official Nursing College Technological centers 22@MedTech Incubators Health Building Residences Nido Dissemination Health Building
WT1 – KNOWLEDGE & COMMUNICATION – END USERS Social Networks Participation & office (EV Help Desk) to attend users @LIVEprojectBCN www.facebook.com/pages/ LIVE-Barcelona-Vehicle www.livebarcelona.cat Live Magazine EV Help Desk (Office to attend Users)
WT1 – KNOWLEDGE & COMMUNICATIONBarcelona: voted to host EVS27, June 2013.Preparation of Spanish candidacy was led by:• Barcelona City Council• IDAE: Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving(Ministery of Industry).• AVELE: Spanish Association of EV
WT2 – LEGAL FRAMEWORK - SMART REGULATION ORDINANCES & ACTIONS UNDER IMPLEMENTATION: • On-street paid parking free for EVs. • Ordinance for new off-street parking construction (2% of parking places equipped with plug-in stations). • 75% reduction in vehicle registration tax.Local Level • Subvention of 15% of electric vehicle acquisition cost. ORDINANCES & ACTIONS UNDER APPROVAL: • Toll reductions. • Incentives promoting Park & Ride. • Preferential Access to restricted zones (Green Zone). • Use of BUS/HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lines. • Territorial integration & standards (Signing).
WT3 / WT4 - FLEETS & TEST BEDS / INFRASTRUCTUREEV Fleet in Barcelona City: Public - Private Recharge Infrastructure• There are currently >250 EV&PHEV in • Currently more than 240 EV Public Recharge Stations the Public Fleet and > 300 EV Private Fleet• Forecast for all Metropolitan Area: 2012 8,000 EV/PHEV 2014 22,000 EV/PHEV BUS EV&PHEV • Private Infrastructure • First Fast Charge Station COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Deployment in Spain E-PTW