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Karolina huss öresund smart city hub

  1. 1. ÖRESUND SMART CITY HUB - THE PROJECT AND SOME PERSPECTIVES TARTU 20 JAN 2014 WE ARE SPONSORED BY:
  2. 2. Öresundskomiteen – the political collaboration between Sweden and Denmark Building networks and working to promote cross-border cooperation in the Oresund Region Oresund Region at a glance: 3.7 million inhabitants 20,000 cross-border commutes per day 27 per cent of combined GDP for Denmark and Sweden
  3. 3. Öresund Smart City Hub MUNICIPALITIES ARE THE ”CONSUMERS” OF SMART CITY SOLUTIONS INNOVATION DRIVEN FROM CHALLENGES IDENTIFIED BY THE MINICIPALITY Lead Partner: Öresundskomiteen Projektpartnere: København Kommune Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster Aalborg Universitet Region Sjælland Danmarks Tekniske Universitet Region Hovedstaden Lunds universitet Malmö Stad Region Skåne Projektperiode: 2012.08.01 - 2014.12.31 Projektets samlede budget: 917 261 EUR Bevilget støtte fra ERUF: 458 630 EUR
  4. 4. What is Smart City for us? Smart City is ”the next revolution” in city development and integrates two perspectives, the human and the digital . Smart City technologies improve quality of life and creates a more sustainable city through integration of new organizational structures, technologies and processes where information and communication technologies become a natural part of the built environment and sevices that the city provide. Smart City is created through a participatory approach, based on cooperation and sharing of information. 4
  5. 5. GOAL 1 TO MAKE THE MUNICIPALITY A MORE INFORMED AND THRILLED CONSUMER OF SMART CITY SOLUTIONS
  6. 6. GOAL 2 TO IMPROVE DIALOGUE BETWEEN BUSINESS AND MUNICIPALITY AND THEREBY CREATE POSSIBILITY FOR BUSINESS TO DEVELOP TOMORROWS PRODUCTS
  7. 7. 3 INNOVATION PLATFORMS 3 TECHNOLOGY AREAS SMART STREET LIGHTING SMART BIKING SMART WATER MANAGEMENT
  8. 8. The technologies have…. • …different market place • …different budget lines, strategic planning and implementing units in the local goverment • ….different civil society engagement/knowledge • ….different cultural values • ….different public-private collaborations
  9. 9. ….but if we are really SMART, we think of integrated solutions Street lights is the most common infrastrucutre in the city – an optimal place for sensors and other devices to; - monitor floodwaters, local weather forecasts, soil saturation, percipitaiton and water leaks - or improve safety, save energy and improve knowledge of movement of bikers in the city.
  10. 10. THE ROAD AHEAD APP-GRAVEYARD INTEGRERATED SOLUTIONS SYSTEMATIC APPROACH SMART TECHNOLOGY SMART IMPLEMENTATION SHOP AROUND DEMANDING COSTUMER SNOWDEN-EFFECT CLEAR VALUE FOR PEOPLE DATAPAIN DATAEUFORIA
  11. 11. Dialogue meeting 16 jan 2014
  12. 12. • Municipalities have little resources in understanding ICT, companies have little possibilities and/or incentives to understand municipalities ICT • Make sure technologies adopt to culture (do not expect vice versa) • We need more integrated data, not more data • We need to break the silo-structures between local government units step one for a smarter city is srategic/political • Look at processes, not just the technologies. Also the citizens dialogue is a part of the business model. • Technologies are new and in constant development. We need better understanding of possibilities to have dialogue with industry before/during and after procurement. We need lighter and more flexible procurements.
  13. 13. DATA IT idag DATA GIS DATA DATA DATA DATA
  14. 14. When you write your application…. 1) Agree on a definition of Smart City. 2) Technology and business is vital, but make sure your have acces to experts in governance structures, innovative public procurement and citizens dialogue. 3) Make sure you work in a field where there is strategic/political will, allow resources and activities to keep up that will.
  15. 15. 4) Make sure your local government can contribute resources from different administrative departments (i.e. IT, strategic, technical). Be firm on this – they will thank you in the end  5) Create expert groups that find new crossings/mixing of existing technologies implemented in the city. Did you know that the light in the streetlight could also transfer data?
  16. 16. THIS PRESENTATION WAS MADE FROM 100% RECYCLED DATA AND WE ARE OPEN SOURCE, SO CONTACT ME! Karolina Huss Project manager Öresund Smart City Hub kah@oresundskomiteen.dk Mob +45 3131 6844

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