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  • 1. SMART URBAN PLANNING
    Comune di Modena
    Francesca Odorici - GIS Responsible, Municipality of Modena
    Miriam Ruggiero - Consultant on Urban Planning
    Major Cities of Europe
    Prato, May 23rd-25th, 2011
  • 2. HowTo Be A Smart City
    Starting in 1979 in anticipationof the 1981 census
    Continuousevolvingcomplexprogram, madeof:
    Information system
    Processes
    Systems
    Today Modena plansitsdevelopment and managesitsland and propertywisely, effectively and profitably, accordingto the principleofdo more withless
    The 6 STEPS tobecome a Smart City »
  • 3. First 3 Steps: Building The GIS
    All info havetobereferredtotheirspecific location in the Geographical Information System
  • 4. Result: GIS And Database As Sensors
  • 5. Population
    Population
    • Residents: 183.114
    • 6. Handlings: 29.117
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 7. Building
    Building
    • New buildings: 116
    • 8. Building transformations: 1.686
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 9. Traffic
    Traffic
    • Road network: 870 km
    • 10. Bicycle lanes: 139 km
    • 11. Crashes: 1.384
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 12. Schools
    Schools
    • Nr. ofbuildings: 197
    • 13. Students: 33.013
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 14. Green Areas
    Green Areas
    • Managed properties: 9.228.278 mq
    • 15. Handlings: 122.476 mq/anno
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 16. Energy/Gas/Water Distribution
    Energy/Gas/Water Distribution
    • Gas consumers: 94.064
    • 17. Electricityconsumers: 125.655
    • 18. Water consumers: 71.213
    • 19. Electricityconsumpions:5,677 Kwh/per head/year
    • 20. Gas consumptions:1,070 m3/per head/year
    • 21. Water consumption:217 lt/per head/day
    • 22. Handlings: 21.272
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 23. Trade
    Trade
    • Handlings: 1.209
    Source: 2010 – Municipalityof Modena
  • 24. But: Data IsUseless…
    …unlesstheybecome information
    Schools
    Sport, Culture and TourismDept.
    HousingPoliciesDept.
    Population
    VariantsOf The Urban Planning
    Social PoliciesDept.
    Patrimony and ContractDept.
    Companies
    Control Management / GIS
    Public Works Dept.
    MobilityDept.
    Green areas
    Environment and Green AreasDept.
    Budget and TaxesDept.
    Energy/Gas
    Traffic
    EducationDept.
    TradeDept.
    Building
    Trade
    Patrimony
    ConstructionDept.
    MaintenanceDept.
  • 25. Latest 3 Steps: Making Info Available
  • 26. Example: Planning OfServices
    DEMAND
    OFFER
    Demographic
    • Actualpopulation
    • 27. Expectedpopulation
    • 28. Agerange (actual & expected)
    Real estate
    • Nr. ofbuildings
    • 29. Type and age
    Real estate
    • Nr. Ofbuildings
    • 30. Type and age
    School and public services
    • Nr. ofschools (actual)
    • 31. Nr. ofstudents (actual)
    • 32. Servicesfor e.g. elderly (actual)
    • 33. Green areas (actual)
    • 34. Public transport (actual)
    School and public services
    • Nr. ofschools (exp.)
    • 35. Nr. Ofstudents (exp.)
    • 36. Servicesfore.g.elderly (exp.)
    • 37. Public transport (exp.)
    Streets and traffic
    • Demandforsafeness (nr. ofaccidents)
    Streets and traffic
  • 38. Example: Planning OfServices
  • 39. Smart Cities @ Work
    Gianni Camisa - Dedagroup and Sinergis CEO
  • 40. To Be Smart...
  • 41. Smart LocalGovernments
    LocalGovernments
    UsingGIS-basedTaxSolutionstobeveryeffective in collectingreal estate taxes and tofighttaxelusion
  • 42. Smart Multiutilities
    Multiutilities
    UsingGIS-basedSolutions in ordertobetterrun the distribution network, reduce and managepowerdownwtime
  • 43. Smart Provinces And Regions
    Provinces and Regions
    Road monitor and controlsolutionsforsmartertraffic management and better road maintenance and control
  • 44. 5 Smart Themes At DifferentGovernmentLevels
  • 45. Smart LocalGovernments
    Sinergis and Dedagroup
    have been learning for more
    than 20 years from:
    10 Regions
    18 Provinces
    3 RegionalEnvironmentAgencies (ARPA)
    2 GovernmentDepartments
    10 Multi Utility Companies
    15 MainCities
    More than 50 SmallerMunicipalities and AssociationsofSmallerCities
  • 46. Thank you for your attention!
    Francesca Odorici - GIS Responsible, Municipalityof Modena
    Miriam Ruggiero - Consultant on Urban Planning
    Gianni Camisa - Dedagroup and Sinergis CEO
    www.sinergis.it | info@sinergis.it
    www.comune.modena.it
    www.dedagroup.it | info@dedagroup.it