PRESENTAZIONE DI SASKIA MÜLLERAL FORUMOSSERVATORIO PUGLIAIndustria e finanzaper il rilancio dell’economia regionaleBari, 11 marzo 2013Hotel Villa Romanazzi CarducciQuesta documentazione costituisce la base sintetica di una presentazione, ed è incompleta senzai commenti e le integrazioni del relatore. Data la natura interattiva dell’iniziativa, è probabile chenon tutti i lucidi qui previsti siano utilizzati nel corso delle presentazioni e/o che ne possanoessere utilizzati altri, qui non contenuti.Riprodotta da The European House-Ambrosetti, per gentile concessione dell’Autore, peresclusivo uso interno.
1Smart cities as a driver for growth:the case study of Amsterdam Smart CitySaskia MüllerAmsterdam Metropolitan Area1Work Health Education Waste Water Energy Food2.1 million peopleAmsterdam wants to be the smartest city of Europe
2Amsterdam Smart CityAmsterdam Smart City is a unique collaboration between the inhabitants ofAmsterdam, businesses and governments in order to illustrate how energy canbe saved, now and in the futureCollective effort Economic viabilityCreate AwarenessTech push / demand pullPhilosophy:Open Infrastructures and Bottom Up InnovationOpen DataOpen Data CataloqueAppsforAmsterdamOpen Connectivity500 Mb/s Fiber to the HomeLte roll out planned for 2012AMS-IX largest in the worldOpen Smart Energy GridsUnbundled MarketSmart Grid roll-out in progress(incl Smart Meters)
4Ambitions of Amsterdam20% energy reduction40% CO2 reduction in2025 from 1990 baseline20% energy reductionin 2025 from 1990 baselineCity organisation climateneutral in 2015Dutch consumers are not caring about climate changeOptimistic on solutionTakeactionDutch consumers have little faith in solution and don’t takeaction themselvesThe RealityOpen InfrastructuresUntil a few years ago Amsterdam focused on bricks and roads, nowconnectivity and energy are just as important…. Openess is key……+FttH POP: 2018(enables Wifi etc)Smart Grid: 2020(Local Generartion, EV)Open Data: 2015(enables LBS, Apps, etc..
5Open InfrastructuresUntil a few years ago Amsterdam focused on bricks and roads, nowconnectivity and energy are just as important…. Openess is key……+FttH POP: 2018(enables Wifi etc)Smart Grid: 2020(Local Generartion, EV)Open Data: 2015(enables LBS, Apps, etc..The Third Industrial Revolution."We have the science and technology to do it,but it will mean nothing unless there is a change in will."Jeremy Rifkin9EXAMPLE: Smart Grid Deployed in Nieuw-West (8000 households)
712EXAMPLE: Car2GoSmart Mobility: The City as a platform1. Use Data- Open Public Data- Analyse and distribute2. Provide alternatives- Multimodal approach- Work at a Smarter Place3. Use Resources in a Smarter Way- Share resources- Parking solutionsGoals: Less congestion, more efficiency, higher productivity, less CO2.But above all: Improved quality of life
8Efficient with resources: Rent your car.WEGO14Large scale demonstrators: urban living labsDoing: the phase where we are right now
9City of Amsterdam Utilities & Infrastructure Universities & Knowledge institutionsTechno starters Living , Offices & Buildings Network platformsConsultancy Technology & Communications VariousSmart Cities are about collaboration:Bottom-up innovationChallenges Making the next step: Creating Scale and replicability Local Energy Generation(Wind, solar, CHP, etc.) Local Energy Storage(Enabling e.g. Load balancing, trading energy, etc..) Business models(Enabling e.g. Energy Service Companies) Keep the platform open and users involved Open innovation: Learn and share insights – creating the market Organized User Groups in three neighbourhoods in Amsterdam (IJburg,Nieuw-West and Zuid-Oost)17
10Collaboration from the idea that:1. The City is an Open Platform2. Products and Services are User Centric3. The most liveable cities will be cities with theapplications4. Paradigm shift: Ownership vs Availability19More information: www.amsterdamsmartcity.com