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  • 1. Audrie van VeenAmsterdam Innovation MotorJanuary 25, 2012, Brussels
  • 2. Amsterdam: Building the Smarter City1.  Open Infrastructures2.  Living Lab Approach (examples) •  Climate Street •  Smart Work •  Energy Displays •  Remote HealthCare3.  Conclusions AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 2
  • 3. 1. Open Infrastructures Until a few years ago Amsterdam focused on bricks and roads, now connectivity and energy are just as important…. Openness is key…… +2012 2012- 100.000 Open FttH Connections - Large scale Smart Grids pilots (>10K) The Third Industrial Revolution.- Public buildings and schools connected - 50K Smart Meters- Start of LTE roll out (KPN) - Smart Energy visions combining all "We have the science and technology to do it, infrastructures but it will mean nothing unless there is a change in will."2015- Whole city FttH enabled 2018 Jeremy Rifkin - Whole metropole SM roll-out AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 3
  • 4. 2. Living Lab Approach Saving energy in a climate street Climate Street Project description •  Initiated by 140 SME’s •  46 ambassadors •  Focus on energy saving & behavior •  Collective effort & individual approach combined Example Initiatives •  Centralized logistics •  Sustainable waste collection •  Dimming public lighting •  Sustainable street furniture (and cleaning by reverse osmosis) •  Energy scans •  Smart meter & Energy feedback displays •  Smart plugs Example Lighting in Concerto Music Shop •  Philips LED •  Traditional •  Saving Bulbs AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 4
  • 5. 2. Living Lab Approach Replacing the traditional office Smart Working Centres First Prototype -  Connected Urban Development -  Main focus: reduce traffic -  First SWC in 2008 (Almere) -  Bankrupt in 2009 (wrong location and business model) - But continues evaluations and interviews Take Off - Commercial initiatives - Main focus: Added value for worker - Location: 5’ cycling distance - Business model: no focus on corporates - Over 100 locations in NL - Including reservation systems, working as a service business models, telepresence, Work kitchen-concepts, etc… AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 5
  • 6. 2. Living Lab Approach Making energy part of our daily Life Energy Management Display -  Co-developed ested with 350 consumers -  Co-Developer with 50 entrepreneurs (Climate Street) -  More interactive (include weather) and simplified (and clear focus on energy) AMSTERDAM SMART CITY
  • 7. 2. Living Lab Approach Enhancing quality of life of elderly (and reduce care costs) HealthLab -  3 locations -  Per location a test group of 8 – 20 elderly -  Outside locations a test group of 150 elderly First results (deployed) -  Singing classes using videopresence -  Using sensors to detect differences in patterns and when needed warn neighbours or professionals -  Using iPad’s to organize community events (including wordfeud) AMSTERDAM SMART CITY 7
  • 8. Smart Citiesare aboutcollaboration
  • 9. More information: Founding PartnersCity of Amsterdam Utilities & Infrastructure Universities & Knowledge institutionsTechno starters Living , Offices & Buildings Network platformsConsultancy Technology & Communications Various