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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/duncanh1/8718761372/
  • So why cities and why london – complexity diversity systems of systems – in london massive investment financially and politically – congestion, health, finance
  • Our vision
  • 3 guiding principles The key differentiator in our approach is - rather than mitigating unreliability we will embrace it. The city platforms of the future need to accept that data may be inaccurate due to lack of precision, or loss of calibration, and build systems that understand this and either overcome this problem or at least recognizes it exists and acts accordingly. Future platforms will require moving beyond existing central mission control systems to a more adaptive highly distributed environment that intelligently directs data from a variety of fixed, mobile and participatory sources, in the format required by each of the interested parties (e.g. utility managers, emergency services, road network maintenance). It will need to do so with a metric that indicates its trustworthiness so that the destination services know how to treat the data.
  • Our research base is broadly split into three focus areas: Cyber Physical Systems- Directed Crowd Sourcing- Science of Behaviour Change
  • We have 13 PhD’s and RA’sMore detail on individuals on website including an overview of everyones research
  • Quad helix - Make Sustainable - Platform bigger
  • These are our 4 primary focus areashttp://www.flickr.com/photos/duncanh1/8718761372/
  • A couple of examples – pro social behaviour + data mulingdata-tolerant sensor data collection algorithm based on citizen-centric principles ( i.e. integrating social and economic behavior into system/algorithm design )
  • Will talk about 2 projects that many researchers in the centre are contributing to.London living labInterenet of school thingsCreating a platform for experimenting with AIP – end to end services, focus on edge processing
  • Key motivations for explorationhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/duncanh1/8718761372/
  • Exploringcomms infra (Neulvs data muling) and directed crowd sourcing (via boris bikes)Head of ecology and head of learning – air quality, water quality, light acoustics, agri sensors
  • Story about aging data
  • Business motivation – creating a new ecosystem
  • Interoperability – cosm time series data store, plug and play sensor kits (lesson plans)
  • Research into the economics of future cities is important but an area we are just starting to work on – MBA and CMF capability maturity framework
  • IVI collaboration – focus on Dublin at moment
  • Final observation – socio economic political mix – schools interop project - westminster council and parkonmydrive.com – how to create sustainable systems of systems
  • Always being asked for the war chest of ideasWatching closely for platforms and / or sensors for field deployment in londonOpportunity for catapult engagement to showcase our work to visiting delegations

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  • SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES INTEL COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH INSTITUTE CONTEXT BEHIND OUR CITIES WORK INSIGHT INTO THE INVESTMENT IN ICRI CITIES HIGHLIGHT PROJECTS WE ARE INCUBATING DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES http://www.flickr.com/photos/duncanh1/8718761372/
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • Information Technology is beginning to have a profound effect on the way the Built Environment is planned, designed, procured, constructed and operated. DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/tall-guy/ DATA AS A MATERIAL SOCIAL AS A PROCESS DATA SHADOWS DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • Every second the global urban population grows by 2 people. 70% of the worlds population shall be urban by 2050. 500 Cities with populations of +1 million will be joined by 200 more in 20 Years Leakage rates of 50% are not uncommon in urban water distribution systems Cities consume two thirds of the World’s energy and contribute to 70% of its greenhouse gas emissions On average, larger Cities produce more wealth and innovation per capita than smaller ones. DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • “ICRI Cities will deliver research that explores how technology can enhance quality of life, create new economic opportunities and improve the environmental well being of cities.” DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • Charlie Sheridan (Managing Sponsor) Dr. David Prendergast (Intel PI) Dr. Rajiv Mongia (UCO Program Director) Dr. Duncan Wilson (Intel PI) Dr. Julie McCann Prof. Yvonne Rogers Academic PIs Dr. Emil Lupu Dr. Licia Capra labs DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • Industry Academia Citizens Government Digital Cities CMF TSB Internet of School Things Travel Dashboard FP7 WaterNet Ambient Intelligence Platform Building Quadruple Helix Partnerships
  • CITY AS PLATFORM CYBER PHYSICAL SYSTEMS + INCENTIVES HARNESSING THE INVISIBLE CITY HEI - NOVEL INTERFACES TO ENCOURAGE PARTICIPATION ENABLING CONNECTED COMMUNITIES BETTER CONNECTED, AWARE, CREATIVE, SAFE, PROUD SUSTAINING SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES A SCIENCE OF BEHAVIOUR CHANGE DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES
  • SOLUTION DOMAINS TESTBEDS – Dublin , London, Portland, Austin Texas…….. Utility, Industry & Citizen Service Models Data Mgmt. & Analytics M2M & Distributed Ubiquitous Communications Programming Interfaces SoC & Hardware Platform Ambient Sensors AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM AIP - Unlocking the value of data
  • LIVING LAB LONDON CPS COULD BE FIXED, MOBILE OR SOFT SYSTEMS (CROWD SOURCED) – ISSUES INCLUDE: - MANAGEABILITY - RELIABILITY - TRUSTWORTHINESS - INTEROPERABILITY DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES http://www.flickr.com/photos/duncanh1/8718761372/
  • HYDE PARK MONITORING RESEARCH QUESTION: Can we build scalable sensing systems that provide reliable coverage but which lower costs by minimalizing fixed infrastructures required? DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES OVERVIEW OF DEPLOYMENT: The work will focus on a number of research areas, such as data muling, topology controls and mule routing. It will also have fixed sensing as part of the deployments. TEAM: Intel / Imperial /UCL – deployment of integrated sensor platform, data muling protocols, directed crowd sourcing Neul – providing TV whitespace as alternative comms channel (for comparison with data muling) Royal Parks Head of Ecology – for access to Hyde Park and as stakeholder in environment monitoring
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES 60 YEAR CLOCK FARADAY PROJECT, LEGO vs WORD, SENSE OF TIME
  • OVERVIEW Project Distance offers every school in the UK the ability to measure and share data in a way that - helps to make science fun, - links directly to the curriculum, - helps to inform the design of the next generation of schools, - incentivises UK businesses to enter a market worth £500 million a year and - better prepares children to work within the digital economy. We will do this by creating an information hub in the cloud using an open-source and infinitely scalable API platform (Cosm). This will enable us to identify the mix of incentives required to encourage educators, students and business to share certain types of data openly for the first time. DISTANCE DEMONSTRATING AN INTERNET OF SCHOOL THINGS - A NATIONAL COLLABORATIVE ECO-SYSTEM
  • INTERNET OF SCHOOL THINGS COMMUNITY USE CASE - EDUCATION ECO SYSTEM Creating an information hub in the cloud using an open-source and infinitely scalable API platform. Our objective is to identify the mix of incentives required to encourage educators, students and business to share certain types of data openly for the first time. Q. HOW TO GET KIDS CREATING DATA + THEN DOING SOMETHING WITH IT CHALLENGE: SUSTAINING MAKING WITH DATA INFO HUB SCHOOL ECO SYSTEM MICRO TRANSACTIONS DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES GENERAL INTEROPERATE SENSORS HEALTH ENERGY WEATHER TRANSPORT ACTUATORS DASHBOARDS LESSON PLANS DATA DRIVEN APPS ANALYTICS E.G. MICRO PAYMENTS, CATALOGUES HUB INTEROPERATE
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES FUTURE CITIES BUSINESS MODELS IMPERIAL BUSINESS SCHOOL MBA An alternate view of future cities through the eyes of entrepreneurs. Possible outputs could be: an alternative framework for economic analysis; visions of future commercial activity based on the trajectories being defined in the future cities proposals; or an entrepreneurs reflection on the opportunities in future cities.
  • © Innovation Value Institute 2013 Digital City Platform Layers – Macro Maturity Maturity Levels Digital Access & Skills Proficiency Building Ubiquitous City Network Leveraging Urban Data Fostering Digital Services Capability City Impact Realisation Digital City Governance 5. Optimising (Transformative Digital City Platform) Digital savvy pervasiveness & creativeness Ubiquitous high- speed, secure & intelligent networks Industry, Academia, Municipalities/Go v & Citizens sharing trusted data Bottom-up entrepreneurship & open- innovation digital city services Carbon negative city, autonomation of city operations, triple bottom line value Shared governance across municipalities & citizens 4. Advanced (Proactive Digital City Platform) Personalised & integrated digital access, digital skills proficiency > 90% Autonomous network QoS and QoE self-healing intelligence Mega data-pattern processing, crowd- sourcing initiatives Pockets of citizen prosumerism driving service innovation Carbon neutral City, predictive city operations management Pervasive citizen participation, cross-department digital city management positions 3. Intermed- iate (Progressive Digital City Platform) Quadruple-helix initiatives for integrated digital education & access Near real-time network sense & respond management City data platform, data mash-ups from diverse sources Integrated city- wide digital services platform, citizen feedback loops present Managed use of city resources, informed city operations management Centralised digital city vision, policies & resourcing 2. Basic (Developing Digital City Platform) Discrete digital skills & access initiatives Varying levels of instrumentation, connectivity & field data capture Data policies for regulatory, privacy, security & sharing, small scale data integration Pockets of digital city services innovation, limited citizen engagement Carbon-rich behaviours changing, partial monitor & control city operations Decentralised city involvement, some cross-department collaboration 1. Ad Hoc (Unmanaged Digital City Platform) Limited expertise and access Manual detection, response & recovery across network(s) Proprietary, no data integration Independent city service strategies Unfettered city operations driving carbon-rich use Little engagement, no interest in digital cityIndividual maturity question scores aggregated under each platform layer
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES THINKING how we can nurture the idea of letting go and allowing serendipity http://www.flickr.com/photos/markhillary/4187538919/
  • DUNCAN WILSON – INTEL ICRI CITIES – @DJDUNC – WWW.CITIES.IO - SUSTAINABLE CONNECTED CITIES Collaboration? City experience / usage mapping Accelerate London deployments – can you contribute to the living lab Colocation of resources within the future Cities catapult centre