K mark dyer_peoplefriendlycitiesdatarichworld

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Presentation by Prof. Mark Dyer, chair of the COST Action TU1204, People Friendly Cities in a Data Rich World at
the kick off meeting - 2013

Presented by the Chair of the session at the

EVA/Minerva Jerusalem International Conference on Digitisation of Culture,
Jerusalem, The Jerusalem Van Leer Institute, 12-13 November 2013
http://www.digital-heritage.org.il
Presentations available at: http://2013.minervaisrael.org.il

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K mark dyer_peoplefriendlycitiesdatarichworld

  1. 1. TU1204 People Friendly Cities in a Data Rich World Drafted by Professor Mark Dyer Professor Mary Lee Rhodes Trinity College Dublin Brian Evans, Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow Dick Gleeson, City Planner, Dublin City Council Professor Michael Goodsite, Aarhus University, Denmark Professor Kevin Leyden, NUI Galway & West Virginia University, USA Dr Francesco Rizzi, Scoula Superiore San’ Anna, Pisa Dr Yves de Weerdt, VITO, Belgium
  2. 2. THREATS Unemployment Ageing Society Social Exclusion Urban Sprawl Ecosystem Disrupted OPPORTUNITIES Creativity & Innovation Connectivity Energy & Water Efficiency Social Cohesive Environmental Protection CHALLENGES Holistic Model Social-Economic-Spatial Co-Production Place-People Approaches Solid Knowledge Base
  3. 3. Data Rich World SENSORS Smart Meters Smart Phones/Tablets GPS Devices/CCTV Weather Sensors Building Sensors ANALYTICS Algorithims Closed-Loop Systems Optimize Consumption Location Sensing SERVICES Location Services Crowd Sensing Traffic Management Smart Electric Grid Disaster Management Security (Naphade et al 2011)
  4. 4. Rethinking Cities ? Smarter: Focuses most on Technology, Data, ICT solutions, and System modeling and management. Smarter Cities function more effectively and efficiently. Typically the focus is upon the systems that make cities work (e.g., transportation, energy, water, and government services). Liveable: Focuses more on Urban design/Planning, Architecture, Aesthetics, Public Policy, and more effective government. Livability is about creating attractive, sustainable, and healthy places that are good for people and the environment.
  5. 5. Hardware and Software TU1204 COST
  6. 6. Cities for People City: city Sustainablity Indicators Neighourhood: Asset Mapping neighbourhood Building: Accessibility Efficiency building Citizen: citizen Happiness Index Well being Exploring Interconnections at Each Scale TU1204 COST
  7. 7. Implementation : Working Groups Working Groups City Sounding Board [What needs to work?] Knowledge Platform [What do we know already?] Living Laboratory [What do we already do?] Framework Collaborative Urbanism [What is our model?] Roadmap & Research Strategy [What don’t we know?] TU1204 COST
  8. 8. City Sounding Board The City Sounding Board is the central idea is to generate an agile resource that will help bridge the gap between traditional City Governance, research, and the citizen. The City Sounding Board would operate within a set of Character Areas, representing a coherent expression of local diversity across the social, economic, and cultural spheres. The spatial areas they cover range from 10 hectares to 25 hectares. The process will comprise sequential workshops will focus on the following tasks[a] establish the collective value system for the character area [b] express a long term vision/shape of success[c] articulate qualities that would evidence this [d] what are the disconnects/issues that block the achievement of this future. TU1204 City Council Business University Community Cultural Sector COST
  9. 9. Knowledge Platform Online Media Wiki Page I Facebook Web Site I Podcasts SoA Reviews Governance, User Needs and Attitudes, Urban Design, Public Health, Enterprise, and Digital Data Sources/Technology Museums, Libraries, Schools Design Exhibitions, Science Gallery, School Projects Conferences European & International (ASEAN) TU1204 COST
  10. 10. Knowledge Platform TU1204 COST
  11. 11. Living Laboratory Connections and Disconnections –Design and Data. 1. Economic prosperity & livelihood 2. Health & well being 3. Integrated spatial & infrastructure planning 4. Movement & transport 5. Climate change & energy Source: Dr J Little Think Smart Technologies Source: http://www.andrewwrightassociates.com COST
  12. 12. Living Lab: Design Process TU1204 COST
  13. 13. Konkylie City of Sounds
  14. 14. Framework for Collaborative Urbanism Key Performance Indicators: Process and Outcomes • KPIs to assess progress of the design process in partner cities • An evaluation of public input and measureable interface between stakeholders. • A record about new solutions and ideas and whether there were meaningful efforts to connect technological solutions with public policy, services or infrastructural change. • A measure of the effect of policy change if it in fact occurs. TU1204 COST
  15. 15. Implementation Resources and Dissemination Diverse Skills Partner Cities Associated Programmes Academy of Urbanism TU1204 COST
  16. 16. Network Expertise Arts and Humanities Media Studies Political Science Sociology Business Administration Design Architecture Design Town Planning Urbanism Science and Technology Data Analytics Engineering and Transportation GIS ICT
  17. 17. Partner and Candidate Cities Partner Cities Aarhus Dublin Galway Glasgow Lucca Candidates Cities Copenhagen Delft Leuven Lisbon Krakow Munich Oslo Stuttgart Strasbourg Tampere TU1204 COST
  18. 18. Wider Goals: Linking with C40 Cities TU1204 COST
  19. 19. ‘Victimless Leather’ by Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr Interdisciplinary research in action at MOMA NYC

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