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Presented at the Smart City Expo in Barcelona on November 13th 2012.

Presented at the Smart City Expo in Barcelona on November 13th 2012.

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The Smart City Decision Problem The Smart City Decision Problem Presentation Transcript

  • The Smart Citydecision problem.
  • Internet of things entrepreneur, designer &curator.CEO of Tinker London the first distributor ofthe Arduino in the UK from 2007 – 2010.Organiser of the Cosm #iotlondon meetup(900 members)Founder of the Good Night Lamp.
  • Smart X ContextYes No
  • Define smart?1.Understand users & their state2.Understand context3.Grow old gracefully4.Learn to forget5.Adapt
  • Smart spacesTemporarysmartness
  • Hosted in a media studies college24 different spaces over 7 floors 1000 + attendees
  • Temporary smartness means:A mix of: • technology • storytelling • signage • letting people shape a space.
  • SmarthomesBespokeproducts
  • Homesense 6 homes across Europe3 months to make their home smart
  • Homesense KitArduino, sensors & book Local support
  • Measuring light levels and switchingthe power off at the source.
  • Singing pumpkin for the kids
  • A cup that lets you know you shouldhave tea break.
  • Lets you know you are being tooloud for the neighbours.
  • Bespoke smartness means: • Niche applications • Enjoyable user experiences • Hard to scale but the technology bricks are already there
  • SmartproductsPlatformproducts
  • Good Night Lamp is a network ofinternet-connected lamps.A Big Lamp triggers Little Lamps toturn on anywhere in the world.
  • For your mom.
  • For your daughter.
  • For your partner.
  • Platform products mean: • Open applications • Cheaper, more scalable products • Unknown marketplace for now.
  • Smart X ContextYes No
  • Gracièswww.designswarm.comwww.goodnightlamp.com@iotwatch