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  • 1. Smart Citizens in Smart Cities Creating an inclusive and sustainable knowledge society: A Local Digital Agenda for Manchester Dave Carter, Head, Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA), Manchester City Council, UK
  • 2.  
  • 3. The Battle for Control of Smart Cities
  • 4. Future Internet and Smart Cities
    • Next generation of Internet development
      • Internet of Things, Internet of Services, Internet of People
      • Web-centric systems meet networked objects
    • User driven open innovation
      • Living Labs and the Future Internet research community
      • User networks: open data and co-creation/co-production
      • People (users/citizens) as active agents of change
    • Networking the networks: EUROCITIES, European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), Future Internet Assembly (FIA)
        • www.eurocities.eu
        • www.openlivinglabs.eu
        • www.future-internet.eu
        • http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/digital-agenda/index_en.htm
        • www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • 5.
    • Creating Smart Cities
    • transformational digital infrastructures (open access)
      • Next Generation Access (NGA) - beyond just ‘speed’
      • Future Internet and virtualisation, cloud based networks
      • Digital assets as the real estate of the 21 st century
    • creativity and innovation (open content)
        • building, operating and developing networks
        • creating new marketplaces
        • new trade = new jobs = new skills
    • social capital (open engagement)
      • user generated services
      • digital inclusion and co-operation
    • new business models (sustainability)
      • social networks to social (economy) enterprises
      • service efficiencies: doing better for less
      • “ Free Trade Fibre” – new collaborative marketplaces
  • 6. Open Data & Open Innovation
  • 7. Local Digital Agendas
    • Manchester’s Digital Strategy:
    • Identify key issues for the city:
      • Digital inclusion: citizens’ access to employment, skills, facilities
      • Digital industries: support digital businesses to start up, grow and survive
      • Digital innovation: opportunities for research and deployment of results
    • Produce Action Plan:
      • Leadership: city plus partners/stakeholders: business, education, community
      • Investment: in new digital infrastructures and services
      • Exemplar projects: to stimulate awareness, interest and engagement
    • Knowledge Exchange:
      • Work with like-minded cities and other partners through EU projects
      • Become active in networks, e.g. EUROCITIES, Living Labs
      • Make networking practical, e.g. study visits, workshops, benchmarking
  • 8.
    • ‘ Geek’ Power! Entrepreneurs + Innovators
    • MadLab
    • Creativity
    • Innovation
    • Diversity
    • Stimulating:
    • new ideas
    • new business
    • new skills
    • new jobs
  • 9. 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-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
  • 10. Future Internet enabled Mobility in Smart Cities
    • Making movement around cities easy and understandable
    • Developing low environmental impacts
    • Regulating access to dense urban environments
    • Enhancing mobility management
    • Integration of sensors, communications and user behaviour
    • Users collaborating and sharing access modes
    • Optimising travel time, energy uses and environmental impact
    • Users as co-producers of information and intelligence
    • Sustainable, replicable and scalable applications
  • 11. Future Internet enabled Mobility in Smart Cities
    • http://diycity.org/
    • http://www.citygoround.org/about/
    • http://world.waze.com/
    • http://www.seeclickfix.com/citizens
    • http://www.urbanmobilitygroup.com/
    • http://senseable.mit.edu/realtimerome/
    • http://senseable.mit.edu/eyestop/
  • 12. Find out more: www.digital-cities.eu www.fireball4smartcities.eu Future Internet Research & Experimentation By Adopting Living Labs Thank You! [email_address]