The Connected Urban
       Development
         Experience



   Bas Boorsma
   Head, Connected Urban Development
   Direc...
Connected Urban Development (CUD)

CUD Goals

    five Year Cisco commitment
    work with major cities to develop innov...
Connected Urban Development
                     A Blueprint for City Transformation

                                    ...
4
Bring Information to the User, Not the User to
               the Information




                                        ...
Smart Work Centers
From 2 to 20+ locations in Amsterdam
From 1 to 14 cities around the world       Key Features of SWC
   ...
7
Double U - Smartwork

Governance                                     WorkSnug




  Multiple                              ...
Amsterdam
                          Almere



  The Hague




Rotterdam




                                   9
10
Public Telepresence
         Network
Deployment May – December 2010

                                         Amsterdam
  ...
12
Distributed Work Environments, SWCs
                      going global



                                            The ...
14
15
16
17
…to an Urban
Services Platform




                    18
Conclusions
  The Network is the
   Platform for Urban
   Transformation
  Public Private
   partnerships and
   platfor...
20
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Forum Virium Helsinki

Fourth Annual Seminar of Forum Virium Helsinki, Thursday 11th March 2010.

The seminar theme was Open up the City - Open data, design, interfaces and innovation

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FVH Open Up The city: 4 Cud March2010 Distributable Bas Boorsma

  1. 1. The Connected Urban Development Experience Bas Boorsma Head, Connected Urban Development Director, Internet Business Solutions Group 1
  2. 2. Connected Urban Development (CUD) CUD Goals   five Year Cisco commitment   work with major cities to develop innovative solutions using ICT (information and communications technology) to reduce carbon dioxide emissions   to forge blueprints, models, policies and practices that help to create a successful, connected, competitive, attractive and sustainable 21st century city   the development and exchange of relevant thought leadership and replicable methodologies between CUD Cities and beyond. 2
  3. 3. Connected Urban Development A Blueprint for City Transformation Connected & Sustainable Buildings Connected & Connected & Connected & Sustainable Sustainable Work Sustainable Sustainable Socio - Homes Mobility Energy Economics Smart work centres Office Buildings Renewables & Active Citizenship Smart Road Digital Swarming co-Generation & Eco Maps Pricing Public & Hub Pavilions Urban Monitoring Innovative Personal Travel Spaces Connected Assistant & Measurement Green Business Public Transit Workplaces Models and Hubs Citizens Energy Connected Public Sustainability Connected Efficiency Transportation Hospitals Clusters Workforce and Schools Sustainable Urban Planning Broadband Platform IP-Enabled Homes and Offices, Roads, Utilities, Workplace Design 3
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  5. 5. Bring Information to the User, Not the User to the Information 5
  6. 6. Smart Work Centers From 2 to 20+ locations in Amsterdam From 1 to 14 cities around the world Key Features of SWC Almere Amsterdam   Created a Connected Community Center pilot with Local Real estate Schiphol developers, Cisco, and Almere + Amsterdam Municipalities   Flexible working stations and lounges for employees of IBM, HP Massive personal car travels and Amsterdam Municipality substituted through the chain of SWCs   Conference rooms and advanced collaboration tools such as virtual presence   Link with child day care and other services   Restaurant / Business Clib / Catering Utrecht/A2   Bank / IT Support / Notary & Legal advice / Employment agency 6
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  8. 8. Double U - Smartwork Governance WorkSnug Multiple Market Organizer Stakeholders One Stop Standards, Shop Label Independent Booking Tool Platform 8
  9. 9. Amsterdam Almere The Hague Rotterdam 9
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  11. 11. Public Telepresence Network Deployment May – December 2010 Amsterdam Almere The Hague Rotterdam 11
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  13. 13. Distributed Work Environments, SWCs going global The Netherlands U.K. Venga - Idaho France Korea/Seoul San Francisco Germany Lisbon Madrid New Dehli Cape Town New South Wales Buenos Aires CUD Cities Non-CUD Cities 13
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  18. 18. …to an Urban Services Platform 18
  19. 19. Conclusions   The Network is the Platform for Urban Transformation   Public Private partnerships and platforms, governance is key   Cities are key   The “Internet of Things” enables Urban Innovation – from Research to Sustainable Economic Development 19
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