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Urban Analysis for the XXI Century: Jornadas BigDataCyL 2013 Urban Analysis for the XXI Century: Jornadas BigDataCyL 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • URBAN ANALYSIS FOR THE XXI CENTURY:Enrique Frias-Martinez Telefonica Research, Madrid, Spain efm@tid.es
  • Smart Cities have been recently pointed by experts as an emerging market with enormous potential, which is expected to drive the digital economy forward… “The 19th century was a century of empires, the 20th century was a century of nation states, the 21st century will be a century of cities” Wellington E. Webb, former mayor of Denver
  • Unprecedented Historic Moment Digital Footprints For the first time in human history, we have access to large-scale human behavioral data at varying levels of spatial and temporal granularities
  • Collecting large volumes of real data about human urban behavior is a challenging yet high value problem
  • Call Detail Records 2233445566|3E884DB|15/02/2011|23:02:35|... 2233445567|3E884DC|16/02/2011|23:02:35|... 2233445568|3E884DD|17/02/2011|23:02:35|... 2233445569|3E884E5|18/02/2011|23:02:35|... URBAN 1-4km²
  • Big Data Sources
  • City Modelling Robust Land Use Characterization of Urban Landscapes using Cell Phone Data
  • 1 Cluster 1: Industrial & Offic e
  • 1 Cluster 2: Business & Commerc ial
  • 1 Cluster 3: Nightlife
  • 1 Cluster 4: Leisure & Transport
  • 1 Cluster 5: Residential
  • Combining mobility and social Networks
  • City Modelling Estimating Commuting Patterns Using Pervasive Infrastructures
  • OD Matrix
  •  Can we estimate thew OD Matrix with the pervasive infrastructure provided by TEF? Problem Formulation
  • Data: October 2009
  • Mobility and Natural Disasters