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  • 1. 김동철 – 공공 담당 파트너 11/16/2009 4대강 살리기의 핵심역할 : Smarter Water Management November 2009 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 2. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Something profound is happening… INSTRUMENTED INTERCONNECTED INTELLIGENT (기능화) (상호 연결) (지능화) We now have the ability People, systems and We can respond to changes to measure, sense and objects can communicate quickly and accurately, see the exact condition and interact with each and get better results of practically everything. other in entirely new ways. by predicting and optimizing for future events. 2 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 3. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management + + = An opportunity for us to think and act in more intelligent ways when it comes to managing and protecting the planet’s water resources. Eliminate data drought by Make smarter water Build and repair water improving access and management priority infrastructure whilst delivery of the right concern irrespective of adding intelligence and information to drive a new your organization – water instrumentation into the era of smarter water stress is going to have network to maximize management. (자료) increasing importance in return on investments many parts of your well into the future. strategy and operations. (미래의 투자 보호) (조직간 연결) 3 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 4. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management The ecological reality of living in a globally integrated world is upon us.  Economic downturn requires doing more with the same.  The effects of climate change are both a societal and business concern.  Empowered consumers demand more responsible business practices.  Managing water supplies and sources is a growing challenge.  Energy use is rising at an unprecedented rate. Organizations play a major role in shaping this reality, and therefore have a responsibility to manage its impact. 4 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 5. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management IBM helps organizations manage their environmental impact –or ―go green‖ - by addressing three critical domains: WATER Water stress is growing and needed to CO2 emissions generate energy. contribute to climate change, which impacts water systems. ENERGY CARBON Energy production results in CO2 emissions. 5 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 6. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Water Management is an urgent and complex global issue  Agriculture, domestic and industrial sectors impacted by increasing demand and limited supply  Infrastructure is aging and failing  Climate change is forcing drought mitigation measures and flood management strategies  Fragmented water management domains and conflicting interests of stakeholders  Worldwide energy needs drive water needs, and vice versa  Regulatory frameworks force decisions 6 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 7. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management The need for progress in the way we manage water is clear 6x 45% Increase in global water usage since the 1900s; twice the rate of human population growth. 1.1 Up to 45% of water is lost due to leaks in an aging water infrastructure around the world. billion The number of people that 10,855 do not have access to safe water according to The World Bank. 2/3 Two thirds of the world's population is projected to Estimated liters of water it face water scarcity by takes to make a pair of jeans. 2025, according to the United Nations.. 7 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 8. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Key water management challenges and pain points INTEGRATED WATER INTELLIGENCE RESOURCE Delivering the information to MANAGEMENT drive a new era of water Build solutions that management. address the interconnected networks of water, energy, and carbon management Smarter Water Management Challenges INFRASTRUCTURE PRICING THE VALUE REVITALISATION Build business models that Build and repair water price the value of water infrastructure with the end accordingly and driving goal of enabling Smarter behavior that manages the Cities and generating balance between water usage better returns on and water availability. taxpayers dollars whilst adding intelligence and instrumentation into the network. 8 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 9. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Better information flow is critical for better water flow The nature of water management must rapidly evolve From To Manual Data Collection Automated Sensing Managing in Isolation Managing Collaboratively Intermittent Measurement Real-Time Measurement Multiple Data Sets Data Integration “Guesstimation” Tools Modeled Decision Support Commodity Pricing Value Pricing Tactical Problem Solving Strategic Risk Management “One barrier to better management of water resources is simply lack of data — where the water is, where it's going, how much is being used and for what purposes, how much might be saved by doing things differently. In this way, the water problem is largely an information problem. The information we can assemble has a huge bearing on how we cope with a world at peak water.” Source: Wired Magazine, “Peak Water: Aquifers and Rivers Are Running Dry. How Three Regions Are Coping”, Matthew Power, April 21st, 2008 9 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 10. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management IBM is helping deploy intelligent systems gather, synthesize and apply information to change the way entire industries operate. Smart water Smart traffic Smart energy Use real-time traffic prediction Analyze customer usage and Apply monitoring and and dynamic tolling to reduce provide customized products and management technologies to congestion and its byproducts services that help to boost help optimize the availability, while positively influencing efficiency from the source through delivery, use, and quality of related systems. the grid to the end user. water as well as related systems including energy and chemical treatment. Congestion Water Energy grid Chemicals Energy Carbon Carbon emissions emissions Noise Energy Energy pollution sources Public transportation Smart home 10 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 11. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Smarter water management means enabling higher levels collaboration and innovation across value chains and ecosystems A lot more data is Access to this Allowing us to become needed to fully information will ensure smarter in how we understand, model and that we don’t just fix or consume and pay for predict how water flows rebuild existing water. around this planet – from infrastructure, but to do it natural water sources, to better and smarter . how it is consumed; and Recycled/Treated what the impacts and dependencies are on Natural Raw Clean Sewage other resources. Water Water Water Consumers Treatment Sources Transport Supply 11 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 12. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management IBM target solution segments Enterprise Management  Water usage tracking Resource Management  Water quality control  Natural Scale (into and within plants,  Land use management discharges)  Extraction monitoring  Supply chain (surface and subsurface) optimization Infrastructure  Water quality monitoring Management  Energy management and management Utility Scale (surface and subsurface)  Business process improvements Asset management  Pumping and energy  Metrics and Water quality and usage management management Leak and corrosion  Flood control management Energy management ―Smart levees‖ and monitoring systems Weather event assimilation Flood control 12 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 13. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Leading IBM smarter water management innovation areas Information Management: End- to-end capabilities to help Process Transformation: organizations manage data and Predictive Analytics: Utilizing Intelligent and innovative ways to content, pull together trusted leading edge algorithms, and create, execute, and optimize information that cuts across advanced mathematic assets, business processes throughout diverse silos, and also gain methods, and capabilities to entire operations delivering true valuable insights to optimize develop translate large data end-to-end process performance strategy and operations. streams into predictive insights visibility even when multiple and turn them into operational technologies, systems, and reality closing the gap between applications are powering the strategy and execution. organization. Open Standards: IBM has been Visualization & Modeling: industry leader helping industries Converting data into compelling and governments move toward and revealing images that suit Nano-Membranes: A new greater openness and innovation user needs includes developing concept in membrane materials through open reference new representations of 3D that combines resistance to architectures and standards and geometry, choosing appropriate chlorine damage and high extending this commitment to graphical realizations of data and performance separation behaviour water management working with strategies for collaborative making it suitable for arsenic organizations like the newly visualization in a networked multi- removal in addition to water formed Water Innovations alliance user environments. desalination. (waterinnovations.org). . . Strong Partnerships: IBM is establishing a Smarter Water Ecosystem with leading partners that bring sensing technologies, software models, engineering consulting expertise and other novel innovations in combination with IBM’s capabilities and assets to deliver end-to-end solutions for smarter water management. 13 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 14. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management IBM Strategic Water Information Management platform  Intelligence networks applicable to Enterprise Water Management, Water Infrastructure Management, Water Resource Management scales  Provides automated sensing of physical environments  Provides water quality, quantity, integration, storage, analysis, modeling, and a management dashboard on a local or regional basis  Provides records management and reporting capabilities for regulatory and compliance requirements.  Provides energy usage information to pinpoint energy efficiency opportunities related to water  Provides advanced asset management and advanced meter management capabilities  Provide intelligence to proactively manage risk related to extreme weather events 14 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 15. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Strategic Water Information Water Management platform usage Integrated set of Stakeholders (as examples) Usage and technologies, data Water Contractors/ Discharge The public and tools Authorities customers (from multiple sources and systems) Run-off Leisure Local Agriculture industry governments Quantity Data types (as examples) Federal Other water The agencies agencies Environment Quality Environment/ Ecology Collaborative uses (as examples) Climate Water Water quality Water quantity/ management allocation Economic source mgmt Habitat Public Geology/ Research conservation awareness hydrology Impact Land use Energy data assessments Compliance planning 15 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 16. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Benefits of integrated, reliable, secure & scalable platform  Builds trust between Integrated set of  Reduced operational risk - different stakeholders - technologies, data integration of drought less ―my data says this, and tools management, flood control, your data says that‖, pollution management greater disclosure  Enables higher levels of  Enables coordinated collaborative decision- system-wide response to making issues such as climate change and development  More rational water management decisions -  Reduces redundant effort greater likelihood of data on data collection - being available as information more likely to required to enable the be available and best decision integrated when needed  Provides a ―roadmap‖ for  Reduces marginal cost of coordinated information future data collection and systems development research exercises 16 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 17. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Examples of smarter water management innovation Smarter River Basin Management : Working with The Smarter Water and Energy Metering Working with Nature Conservancy, IBM is helping build an innovative Enemalta, IBM is developing a new smart grid with computer-modeling framework that will allow users to 250,000 meters for Malta that integrates both water and simulate the behavior of river basins around the world power systems. Malta will be able to identify water thereby helping inform policy and management leaks and electricity losses in the grid allowing the decisions. utilities to more intelligently plan their investments in the network, increase operational efficiency, and reward customers who consume less energy and water. Smarter Water Infrastructure Asset Management: The Smarter Weather Management: As part of a utility’s San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), is emergency management program, IBM is applying high- using IBM software to help reduce pollution in the water resolution weather forecasting capability called Deep surrounding San Francisco. SFPUC has improved Thunder to predict damage ahead of time and optimize visibility into their maintenance operations and physical processes so that they can better mobilize resources, infrastructure, with near real-time status of equipment and reduce restoration time, communicate more accurately, maintenance history, allowing them now to respond to and and reduce emergency management costs. solve problems within 24 hours. 17 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 18. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Examples of smarter water management innovation from IBM Smarter River and Estuary Protection : Working Smarter Levee Management and Flood Control: In with the Beacon Institute, IBM is helping enable the Netherlands, IBM is working with partners to build minute-to-minute monitoring of New York's Hudson smarter levees and flood management solutions that River via an integrated sensor network, robotics, and enable authorities to monitor infrastructure and computational technology throughout the 315-mile river changing flood conditions and utilize advanced decision to better understand and predict the effects of global tools to help prevent avoidable flooding incidents as warming, the movements of migrating fish, and well as enable better emergency response to transport of pollutants. unavoidable flooding events. Smarter Bay Management: Paving the way for smarter Smarter Water Use and Energy Efficiency: IBM itself environmental management and development of has realized dramatic economic and sustainability Galway Bay, IBM and the Marine Institute of Ireland benefits implementing advanced water management have deployed a real-time advanced analytics platform systems. Using Green SigmaTM methodologies, IBM to monitor wave conditions, marine life, and pollution has implemented a smarter water management solution levels in and around Galway Bay. in IBM Burlington’s Semiconductor Fab that allowed us to realize $3 million in cost savings and reduce water consumption by 27% while increasing production. 18 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 19. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management SmartBay Solution for Galway Bay  Shared information/ Adapted from Smart Bay reference documentation collaboration platform for all stakeholders (coastguard, fishing, leisure, shipping etc)  Streaming real-time intelligence to allow better decision-support: – Weather threats – Pollution alerts – Algal bloom prediction – Rogue waves, etc See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2XakurQCgU 19 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 20. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Smarter Stormwater Management to Optimize Use of Existing System Capacity Innovative technologies such as High resolution weather and flooding models Smart Manhole Covers are used are used to generate accurate flood maps with to detect sewer flow levels specifics on impact areas Wireless network links monitoring devices to central command center Stormwater Management Data can also drawn from more Command Center traditional SCADA/sensors systems. Advanced analytics and optimization engines generate recommended actions for flood avoidance Search for all assets of the Type „natural channel‟ with Valves, pumps or inflatable condition = 3 in this area. Sewer system data can also be Results are highlighted in blue dams are controlled linked with asset & workflow tools All assets of the same type in this area highlighted in blue dynamically to balance to manage any specific inline sewer storage and maintenance requests avoid potential overflows. 20 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 21. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Smarter Water Metering Solution Overview With a meter partner, IBM Meters report as frequently as IBM installs or provides as a service IBM Maximo enables installs and networks every 15 minutes either via the main billing system, or can run meter management and advanced wireless meters in cellphone or Wimax, or less the entire billing service on an maintenance - meter homes and businesses. frequently via short range outsourced basis. performance and failure protocol to a drive-by reader. can be tracked remotely. Meters can provide the home The system as a whole provides More accurate meters usually or business owner with more granular data on usage provide a revenue gain for the immediate data on water trends and can alert of immediate utility or local government consumption. This is known and longer term problems. (industry experience suggests that to promote water economy. upto 10% is common) 21 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 22. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Green Sigma™ methodology to address challenges systematically Deploy Define Metering Green Optimize Control KPIs & SigmaTM Processes Performance Baselining Reporting  Green Sigma™ is an end-to-end solution aimed at reducing energy usage, water usage, carbon emissions and waste generation throughout a company’s operations, resulting in: – Lower environmental impact – Increased efficiency – Reduced costs  A Green Sigma™ solution includes: – A Lean Six Sigma approach to define Key Performance Indicators, and to drive continuous improvement over time – An integration framework to capture, filter and present information from multiple, disparate systems into an operational control dashboard – An operational dashboard to monitor operational control and provide enterprise oversight of energy usage, water usage, carbon emissions and waste generation – Data hosting and management 22 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 23. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management IBM Centers of Excellence for Water Management  Helping IBM clients and partners Located in the Netherlands this center worldwide to develop enhanced is initially focused on collaborating with the water management prediction and providing Dutch government and protection systems disaster control agencies to improve flood forecasting and prediction modeling.  Leveraging IBM Research and expertise in smart sensors, serious gaming technology and 3D internet skills to create realistic modeling Located in Dublin, the new facility will focus and simulations. primarily on innovative research and services for monitoring, managing and  Serve as collaborative innovation forecasting environmental hubs for addressing specific client challenges such as the movement of pollutants needs and developing additional in fresh water, marine and oceanic water management offerings over environments. time. 23 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 24. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management Why collaborate with IBM?  We understand both the business processes and the technical architecture required for an effective Smarter Water Management program  Breadth and depth of resources - business and technical consulting / implementation, hardware and software / advanced analytics  Flexible delivery models ranging from hourly consulting to business transformation outsourcing and from on-site at your facilities to offshore  Proven delivery methodologies  Industry leading partnership ecosystem – reduces your costs and minimizes implementation/integration risks 24 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 25. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management For more information & materials  Smarter Water Management Thought Leadership http://www.ibm.com/ibm/ideasfromibm/ us/smartplanet/topics/water- management/20090316/index.shtml  Smarter Water Management Solutions Home Page http://www.ibm.com/green/water  GIO Report on Oceans and Water http://www.ibm.com/ibm/gio/water.html  IBM Water Management Pains Summary Report http://www- 935.ibm.com/services/us/gbs/bus/pd f/ibm-water-pains-report-jan09.pdf 25 © 2009 IBM Corporation
  • 26. Let’s build a smarter planet: IBM Smarter Water Management We’ve only just begun to uncover what is possible on a smarter planet. The world will continue to become smaller, flatter and smarter. We are moving into the age of the globally integrated and intelligent economy, society and planet. By systemically managing water and energy use, as well as carbon emissions, smart organizations will realize true sustainability while achieving real business benefits—driving growth at the individual, organizational and population levels. Let’s work together to drive real progress in our world. 26 © 2009 IBM Corporation