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  1. 1. Why We Need Smart Communities Steve Jennings Executive Director Alcatel-Lucent
  2. 2. SMART AND SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIESSteven W JenningsNovember 17,2011
  3. 3. Did you ever think about????1. Why people move to new locations or why they stay where they are?2. What Corporations and companies lookfor besides Tax Rebates when moving into your province or city? 3 | Smart Communities | June 2009
  4. 4. Did you ever think about the Changing role you as Elected officials, Technologists,Educators, Citizens and Vendors will Play in the 21st Century ? 4 | Smart Communities | June 2009
  5. 5. THE WORLD IS CHANGING FROM RURAL TO URBAN GROWTH Urban populations will grow by an estimated 2.3 billion over the next 40 years, and as much as 70% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050 FROM PLANET IN BALANCE TOCHANGING PLANET GLOBAL WARMING/POPULATION EXPLOSION Cities consume 75% of the world’s energy and produce 80% of its greenhouse gas emissions FROM YOUTHFUL POPULATION TO AGING POPULATION Each year, the percentage of people over the age of 60 increases—by 2050 the number of people over the age of 60 is expected to triple and will outnumber children under 15 for the first time in human history MAKING SMARTER COMMUNITIES A NECESSITY
  6. 6. People’s Lifestyle are Changing….
  7. 7. Service and content delivery: a user centric vision Any media Next Gen Browsers Any screen Anywhere Always on Always in synch Always in touchRich media for the mobile Location relevant
  8. 8. MOBILE DATA EXPLOSION IS CHANGING THE GAME Worldwide Aggregate Mobile TrafficPbytes/Month 7,000 Dongle/tablets By 2015… 6,000 Smartphones 5,000 Feature phones Smartphone density 32x increase per km2 4,000 30x growth Connections 3,000 over 5 years! 2.5 billion 2,000 1,000 Video 70% of mobile traffic 0 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Source: Bell Labs modeling and forecasts A great industry to work…
  9. 9. Are you ready for an information tsunami… Growing mobile adoption Rise of the millenials The Millennials generation born and/or raised with Internet (11-25 years old) Within 5 years, millennials 2011 roughly 4 billion will spread their “early- Fixed broadband life people will be carrying adopters” life style into theirapplications Massively adopted now mobile phones ! adult lives & enterprises and “exportable” to mobile New Connected mobile broadband life style soon becomes My life in my handset mainstream… New generation of devicesecosystem and communicating machines Rich
  10. 10. VISION FOR SMART COMMUNITIES •  Vision: Enrich life with more intelligent connections among devices and people with: •  an unlimited, ubiquitous and connected environment in which people, machines and applications interact seamlessly •  Ensure the Vision of Smart City is Obtained by a Policy applied to address: •  Community value and financial gain have equal priorities •  A fair pricing for all services provided thus making it affordable for all the community segments •  The government acts as a catalyst as well as a facility provider“Improving quality of life and safety in the community by maximizing economic and social development through an unlimited, ubiquitous and connected environment.”
  11. 11. SMART COMMUNITIES ARE THE DRIVERS FOR PROVINCIAL AND LOCAL AUTHORITIES TO WORK COLLABORATIVELY TOWARD NETWORK TRANSFORMATION •  Attract new citizens, new businesses, new visitors Economic •  Keep all the citizens, business and develop new servicesdevelopment •  Allows everyone to become a business center •  Deliver broadband services for all Social •  Improve quality of lifedevelopment •  Live healthier, live better live longer •  Enjoy high potential of eco-sustainable IT •  Interconnect administrations/jurisdictions/agenciesPublic services •  Improve services (public safety, single point of contact)modernization using Web “X”.0 platforms
  12. 12. Focus on Web “X”.0 platforms  Extend broadband networks for all citizens and administrations  Capture information and communications technology (ICT) benefits e-business e-education   Wider and better access to   e-commerce for extended network of knowledge customers and suppliers   ICT literacy development   e-transactions (efficiency) for supply chain and payment   Distance e-learning e-employment e-health   Development of the ICT workforce   Tele-diagnosis   Tele-working to connect remote   Monitoring of health indicators areas with main office and reduce   Secure health records traffic congestion   Training of health professionals Expand ICT benefits
  13. 13. …WHICH ENHANCES THE URBAN LIFESTYLEPUBLIC/PRIVATEPARTNERSHIPS Connected Cars Traffic Efficient Shared ManagementSMART Transport Safety & Smart Grid/ E-HealthCITIES Security E-Shopping Smart Metering Zero Waste E-LearningOPENBROADBANDNETWORKS TO ENRICH DAILY LIFE
  14. 14. SMART COMMUNITIES ARE DRIVEN BY INNOVATION…SMART GOVERNANCE SMART PEOPLE SMART ENVIRONMENT•  Democratic processes and inclusion •  delivering a more consistent educational •  environmental sustainability/energy•  Interconnecting governmental experience in both urban and rural areas consumption organizations and administrations •  e-education solutions (remote learning •  reducing energy consumption through•  improving community access to services and collaboration) novel technology innovations while promoting energy conservation and material re-useSMART MOBILITY SMART ECONOMY SMART LIVING•  more efficient and intelligent •  regional/global competitiveness •  Access to high-quality healthcare transportation systems •  Broadband access for all citizens and services (including e-health or remote•  leveraging networks for efficient businesses for business opportunities healthcare monitoring), movement of vehicles, people, and •  Independent of location, helping maintain •  electronic health records management, goods, to reduce gridlock population in rural areas, •  home automation, smart home and•  new ‘social’ attitudes such as car •  electronic means in business processes smart building services sharing, car pooling, and car-bike of all kinds (e.g., e-banking, e-shopping, •  Access to social services of all kinds. combinations e-auction)
  15. 15. TrendsDrivers Be ahead of global Trends… Capacity development Inter-Agency collaboration Improved operations Open Standards Bridge the digital divide Transparency Act Shared Services Transversal Security Systems Innovation Specific population needs Virtualization Interoperability economic developmentBarriers Lack of capacity Silo Lack of funding Heterogeneous IT to embrace Organizations for initial proprietary interfaces globalization investment
  16. 16. •  Thank You

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