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  • 1. The Response to i-Waterfront’s Billion Bits Per Second Panel: Moderator: Brian Gregg, Board Chair, Windsor and Essex County Smart Community Dr. Todd Sands, Exec. Dir. – UofW – CSCI James van Leeuwen, Director, i-CANADA WestSteve Jennings, Exec. Dir. Strategic Industries, Alcatel-Lucent Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA Paul West, General Manager, Rhyzome Networks
  • 2. The Response to i-Waterfront’s Billion Bits Per Second Panel: Moderator: Brian Gregg, Board Chair, Windsor and Essex County Smart Community Dr. Todd Sands, Exec. Dir. – UofW – CSCI James van Leeuwen, Director, i-CANADA WestSteve Jennings, Exec. Dir. Strategic Industries, Alcatel-Lucent Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA Paul West, General Manager, Rhyzome Networks
  • 3. A SPEED WIRED WATERFRONT CHRISTOPHER HUME JUNE 07,: Patty Winsa, June 07, 2011 2011: High-speed fibre-optic Residents of Toronto’s new network now under construction onwaterfront communities will have the waterfront will lead the cityaccess to an ultra-fast fibre-optic kicking and screaming into the 21stnetwork at an affordable price century. .The National Post The Globe and Mail“INTERNET SERVICE AT WARP “Ultra-high-speed broadband for aSPEED” wired waterfront.”.
  • 4. Scope
  • 5. East Bayfront – The Future
  • 6. Front StreetWest Don Lands – The Future
  • 7. Lower Don Lands – The Future
  • 8. i-Waterfront: The 21st Century Intelligent Community ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC INNOVATION SOCIAL
  • 9. The Model for Creating Intelligent Communities Live, Learn, Work, Play LIFE e-Health, i-Building, e-Education, e-Arts, e-Government, e-Community, e-Business APPLICATIONS Creativity Index, Open Innovation, Synergy, Facilitation, Community Animation, Social Networks COLLABORATION Communications, Roads, Rail, Trails, ECOSYSTEM™ Transit, Water, Energy, Waste Buildings, Parks, Ravines, Mountains, Waterfronts INFRASTRUCTURE PLACEi-COA®: Intelligent Community Open Architecture®© 2010 Hutchison Management international All Rights Reserved
  • 10. The Foundation for Innovation?..... An Open Access Smart Ultra Broadband Communications Infrastructure Computing Revolution in New Frontiers Information Systems For Digital Data Gathering Community Solutions Networking Technology Push Application Pull Computation Open Access Smart Internet WWW InfrastructureTele-communication First-wave Second-wave Third-wave Adapted from: Dan Atkins – Chair NSF, Cyberinfrastructure Panel
  • 11. One of the Secrets? A Full Service Open Access Community Network IPTV Skype Telephony AOLWeb browsing Internet email Google GoogleTelecommuting Video Securitas Skype VOIP … Room for any new service System reports back to service providers Networks supporting open access service maintain real-time control over each configured service
  • 12. Innovation, the “Christensen Element” will Create InnovationClusters, Jobs, and Community Collaboration through the “TownSquare” Government Community Centre ServicesClick here to visit a Nurse in the Incubation CentreCommunity Wellness Centre i-Waterfront i-Waterfront
  • 13. Waterfront Toronto Annual General Meeting October 2, 2007Creating Toronto’s New Blue EdgeOct. 3, 2008
  • 14. The Response to i-Waterfront’s Billion Bits Per Second Panel: Moderator: Brian Gregg, Board Chair, Windsor and Essex County Smart Community Dr. Todd Sands, Exec. Dir. – UofW – CSCI James van Leeuwen, Director, i-CANADA WestSteve Jennings, Exec. Dir. Strategic Industries, Alcatel-Lucent Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA Paul West, General Manager, Rhyzome Networks
  • 15. Connectivity for CommunitiesBuilding an Intelligent NationNovember 17, 2011Windsor, Ontario
  • 16. • a data transmission company Fibre Optics and Wireless Wi-Fi• wholly-owned by the City of Stratford• setting the stage for Stratford as:  digital technology centre  broadband economy  inclusive Intelligent Community
  • 17. What is aFibre Optic Grid? Data root system • 70km loop throughout Stratford • begun in 1998 for large business customers • 1 gigabit fast data transfer speeds • large volumes of data • connecting multiple locations • “Dark Fibre” connection only • “Lit Fibre” active internet services • goal: direct to business (homes)
  • 18. What is aWireless Wi-Fi ? Wi-Fi = radio broadcast frequency • IEEE 802.11N, Motorola AP7181 • Wi-fi is standard on laptops, smartphones, MP3 players, PDAs… • stable, 300 Mbps fast, encrypted • Industry Canada safety standards • Ontario Energy Board ‘Smart Meter’ communications system: • hourly data, collected twice daily • 20,000 Festival Hydro meters • Overlapping design relays and taps fibre optic grid • Scalable, 40,000+ users • Carrier grade data and voice
  • 19. What is a Wi-Fi Hotspotor Walled Garden ? • No-cost Wi-Fi access to select web-sites • City of Stratford • Stratford Public Library • Tourism Stratford • Stratford Shakespeare Festival • Community events… • ISP access to internet • Subscribers & visitors • High-speed; 1Mbps + • Mobile; city wide • Digital inclusion benefits
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  • 21. Feasibility Study:Municipal Wi-Fi Applications Public Utility Citizens Tourism Business Sector 18,000 2,000 City, 30,000 + all 600,000+ 10,000+ 300,000+ meters & 25 Healthcare, demographic visitors retail, fleet, Users crew Fire, Police.. profiles annually industrial Secure, light Secure, Range light Walled SecureData Usage data large data to large data Garden finance data Mobile Workflow Workflow Everywhere Everywhere Workflow, dispatch dispatch access access fleet access Needs Monthly Monthly ISP connect Website Monthly Revenue usage usage fees Sponsors usage Reduce Improved Digital Enhanced Cost and Benefits costs services inclusion experience service Phone, 2 Phone, 2 Phone, Cell, Cell, Skype Phone, 2 Voice way, cell way & cell Skype way, cell
  • 22. Results over 18 months• Feasibility Study Nov 2009• Pilot Project March 2010• Downtown Stratford: May 2010• 100% Stratford, St. Marys, Brussels, Dashwood, Hensall, Seaforth, Zurich: Oct 2010• ICF Smart 21: Oct 2010• Festival Hydro smartmeters (18,000) launched Jan 2011• ICF Top 7: Jan 2011• Canada 3.0 conference
  • 23. i-CANADA’s i-Community Model: Intelligent Community Open Architecture: i-COA® Live, Learn, Work, Play LIFE i-Health, i-Education, i-Government, i-Community, i-Business, i-Arts, i-Traffic Innovation, Open Information, Synergy SOLUTIONS Collaboration, Creativity, Social Networks Open Access Ultra Broadband, Roads COLLABORATION Rail, Transit, Water, Energy, Waste ECOSYSTEM Buildings, Parks, Rivers, Waterfronts INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT HUMAN RESOURCES MARKETING TheLeadership Accelerators PLACE GLOBALIZATION© 2011 All Rights Reserved: Hutchison Management International
  • 24. Intelligent Community Forum2011 Top 7 - Stratford • Annual ranking of global cities that lead in broadband connectivity strategies (300+ nominees) • Strong Stratford teamwork; city, education, industry, healthcare, tourism, technology… • Vision, leadership, infrastructure (fibre & Wi-Fi), skills, applications • 2012 Focus on Innovation • Made the Smart 21 2012
  • 25. The Response to i-Waterfront’s Billion Bits Per Second Panel: Moderator: Brian Gregg, Board Chair, Windsor and Essex County Smart Community Dr. Todd Sands, Exec. Dir. – UofW – CSCI James van Leeuwen, Director, i-CANADA WestSteve Jennings, Exec. Dir. Strategic Industries, Alcatel-Lucent Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA Paul West, General Manager, Rhyzome Networks
  • 26. What are “Smart Communities”? • “A smart community is a community that has made a conscious effort to use information technology to transform life and work within its region in significant and Response to i-Waterfront’s fundamental, rather than incremental ways” From: The World Foundation on Smart Communities, http://www.smartcommunities.org/about_faq.htm Billion Bits/Second • Smart communities are real places inhabited by real people (not just technology) • A successful smart community can be built from the top Todd Sands, Ph.D down, or as a grassroots effort, but active involvement from every sector of theSmart Community Innovation Centre for community is essential…Copyright ©2009 University of Windsor. All rights reserved.
  • 27. The answer is all in the “bits”Network transport happens in bits/sec1010110010010010110110000101001Storage is different? Use Bytes1 byte (B) storage = 8 bits How much a network can transport (or store) is more about what the content requirements are! Voice Image Data Real-time video Combinations of these require more bandwidth
  • 28. Connecting Windsor-Essex @ the speed of life!©“Connecting Windsor-Essex collaborates to provide newopportunities, well-being and connectedness to improve thequality of life in how we learn, work, play and invest.”Smart (Intelligent Communities) are all about “engagement”  Youth and Teens City of Windsor  Students  Parents County of Essex  Teachers Greater Essex County District  Community Members School Board  Community Groups  Local Businesses St. Clair College of Applied  Government Agencies Arts & Technology  Alumni University of Windsor  Donors  Practitioners Windsor-Essex Catholic  Media District School Board  Visitors Windsor Regional Hospital  School Boards Teen Health
  • 29. Networks can be complex,but are they “smart/intelligent” when it comes to content?
  • 30. Support for 10GE routed interfacesSupport for 100G optical transport interfacesSupport for SAN transport interfacesEnhanced IPV6 supportEnhanced MPLS supportEnhanced QoS supportVideo traffic supportEnhanced traffic engineering and reporting
  • 31. Typical Systems CamerasPeople Real-time Codecs CollaborationNetwork VC Bridge People University of Windsor © 2004
  • 32. VU is a configurable visualization software toolfor the display and analysis of numericalsolutions.Immersive Modelling University of Windsor © 2004
  • 33. Our Future – Do We Know? • We are at the dawn of a new era • The World is a much “flatter” place • Our economy is impacted as a result of global change as a result of “connectedness” ©2011 University of Windsor. All rights reserved.
  • 34. What are “Smart Communities”? • “A smart community is a community that has made a conscious effort to use information technology to transform life and work within its region in significant and fundamental, rather than incremental ways” From: The World Foundation on Smart Communities, http://www.smartcommunities.org/about_faq.htm • Smart communities are real places inhabited by real people (not just technology) • A successful smart community can be built from the top down, or as a grassroots effort, but active involvement from every sector of the community is essential…Copyright ©2009 University of Windsor. All rights reserved.
  • 35. What are “Smart Communities”? • “A smart community is a community that has made a conscious effort to use information technology to Question: in significant and transform life and work within its region Why connect everyone in i-Waterfront fundamental, rather than incremental ways” From: The World Foundation on Smart Communities, http://www.smartcommunities.org/about_faq.htm at 10 billion bits/sec? • Smart communities are real places inhabited by real people (not just technology) • A successful smart community can be not!” Answer: “Why built from the top down, or as a grassroots effort, but active involvement from every sector of the community is essential…Copyright ©2009 University of Windsor. All rights reserved.
  • 36. The Response to i-Waterfront’s Billion Bits Per Second Panel: Moderator: Brian Gregg, Board Chair, Windsor and Essex County Smart Community Dr. Todd Sands, Exec. Dir. – UofW – CSCI James van Leeuwen, Director, i-CANADA WestSteve Jennings, Exec. Dir. Strategic Industries, Alcatel-Lucent Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA Paul West, General Manager, Rhyzome Networks
  • 37. “Governments must regard the internet asbasic infrastructure - just like roads, wasteand water”- Dr Hamadoun Toure, Secretary-generalof the International TelecommunicationUnion “…study ranks Canada 19th worldwide in overall Internet access.” Harvard University Berkman Center Feb 2010 “If we do not act with haste, the innovations that could employ our future work force could well pass us by” Globe and Mail editorial Feb 2010
  • 38. Cost of Computing• hardware• + software• + network• + power• + people• + carbon• = cost of computing
  • 39. What is the Alberta Advantage?High Speed Connectivity - SuperNet
  • 40. ... and it doesn’t stop at the border
  • 41. twitter @robinwinsor www.cybera.ca
  • 42. The Response to i-Waterfront’s Billion Bits Per Second Panel: Moderator: Brian Gregg, Board Chair, Windsor and Essex County Smart Community Dr. Todd Sands, Exec. Dir. – UofW – CSCI James van Leeuwen, Director, i-CANADA WestSteve Jennings, Exec. Dir. Strategic Industries, Alcatel-Lucent Bill Hutchison, Chair, i-CANADA Paul West, General Manager, Rhyzome Networks
  • 43. Smart Communities, I-Waterfront what to do with Billions of Bits??Steven W JenningsNovember 17, 2011
  • 44. Waterfront Toronto is building the largest urban revitalization project in North America, bringing together:• innovative approaches to sustainable development• excellence in urban design and real estate development• leading technology infrastructure• Meeting established important public policy objectives.• Establishing a new quality of life for its residents• AND BILLIONS OF BITES?SECOND
  • 45. HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP: THE SMART CITIES BROADBAND NETWORK Healthcare Environment Security Lifestyle Energy COMMUNITYCUSTOMER Retail OPERATION TransportationPREMISES Industry CONTROL CENTRE Tourism Automotive Local government HomeCONVERGED CONVERGEDACCESS NETWORK BACKBONE EMPOWERING A SMARTER, SUSTAINABLE WORLD
  • 46. Connected MedicinePowered by Convergence, Innovations and a new deployment models“Connected medicine” is a dynamic and comprehensiveconnection between a patient and his medical care • Dynamic: accounts for time, location and type of care (wellness, chronic, acute and palliative care) • Comprehensive: all data (not just whatever silo is available)
  • 47. Multi-site Hospital NetworkCentralized data center Centralized Resources Contact Center 6800 AP Medical Equipments Guarantee the continuity of care with a reliable and flexible network, wired and wireless Smooth transformation adaptable to the business growth Optimized resources and enhanced productivity for physicians
  • 48. Connected Ambulance 911 IP Contact• “Premium” Ambulance Services Center – The first minutes are vital to survive – Extend your emergency services with value add
  • 49. Public Emergency Integration• Connect your Hospital with the Government (disaster management) Radio Secured Specialist
  • 50. So what else can we expect tosee?
  • 51. More Information – Tourists, Citizens with Multimedia interactionsVideo & Multimedia Concierge / Counter / Front Desk •Administrations •Hotels & Resorts •Conference Centers •Access to airline website for web check-in services
  • 52. Entertainment - Sport events, Stadiums & Arenas• Improving Ticket Office and Welcome Centre interaction with Supporters and visitors• Helping attract, inform and entertain all users across the Stadium and Arena• Delivering secure always on wireless to provide interactive services across the stadium• Using IP technologies to enhance Press and Media facilities to reach the bigger audience •Casinos •Stadiums, Music, Convention •Entertainment venues Centers
  • 53. Example of StreetLight Urban platform for public broadband service:  Local information  Tourist information  Broadband access via: • Streetlight pole • WiFi • Internet access; www.streetlight.nl  Real time information  Collaboration with local company as content provider Pagina 4
  • 54. Citizen Experience Multi-Purpose, communicating & interactive City ScreensDigital Signage, eCommerce, Advertisement, City Maps, Meet me in town, *public TVs, Wiki-travel guides,… Ubiquitous Visual Screens
  • 55. ….living in the 100 Mbps enabled home 37-56 Mbps TOTAL 140-230 Mbps 0,2 Mbps Telephony 0,2 Mbps 14,4 Mbps 5,7 Mbps Mobile phone 2 Mbps Video telephony 2 Mbps 2+ Mbps 0,5 Mbps Online gaming6 Mbps Video conference 6 Mbps Broadband 10 Mbps 20 Mbps Internet 10 Mbps Peer to Peer 20 Mbps 0,3 Mbps SDTV 2 x 2 Mbps 0,7 Mbps 3D-HDTV 30 Mbps 0,5 Mbps HDTV 2 x 10 Mbps
  • 56. URBAN TRAFFICMANAGEMENT
  • 57. BUILDING MANAGEMENT
  • 58. Secure – Public Safety – To inform the populationAutomatic Message Delivery System Broadcast of voice message to the population Alerts, News… Real time notification Integration with business applications
  • 59. Secure – Public Safety – To Manage Disasters, Crisis & EmergenciesLand Mobile Radio Conferencing & Collaboration - LMRCC – Extends collaboration to disparate land mobile radios and telephones – Bridges communications between – Factory, Police, Fire and medical staff
  • 60. New services to generate business revenues • A single Multimedia Information System – On- board & Stations – Digital signage – Interactive kiosk – Infotainment – Multi-modal information – Multimedia advertizing – Traffic info85 | Dynamic Communications for Rail
  • 61. Connected Car –Endless Possibilities Always-on connectivity through 3G-4G/LTE Content – a hybrid approach:  Auto-specific (traffic, alerts, POIs, etc)  Infotainment, multi-screen & gaming  Off-board navigation with automatic up-to-date maps Enhanced Vision Systems  Graphics processing and 3D sensing (distance sensing)  Heads up navigation systems Traffic control and congestion mitigation  Systems become safety critical