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Towards Smart Community, presentation in Tokyo in Oct 2011

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  • 1. Smart communityThe priority field for innovation
    Jarmo Tuisk
    Head of Technology and Innovation Division
    Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
  • 2. ESTONIA
    Estonia
    Memberof EU
    2004
    Memberof NATO
    2004
    Memberof OECD
    2010
    Japan
    Memberof EURO
    2011
    1,3M inhabitants, largestcity. Tallinn 0,4M inhabitants
    GDP percapita $19,375 (PPP), GDP total $25,7B
    Independentsince 1918, occupiedbySovietUnion 1941-1991
  • 3. Estonian waytosmartsociety
    Electromobility
    agenda introduced
    inMoEaC
    Re-independence
    Electronicvoting
    Program
    “Tigerleap” :
    heavyinvestment
    to ICT infrastructure
    PCs toeveryschool
    Electromobility
    Program
    European IT agency
    NATO Cyber
    Defence
    Centre
    X-Road: XML-based
    backboneforgovernment
    apps and databases
    Estonian-
    Finnishgridsconnected
    Energy Technology
    program
    E-goverment
    Digitalsignature
    Actetc.
    ID-card
    M-Parking
  • 4. Innovation strategy and governing
  • 5. ICT as enabling technology
  • 6. New themes of Smart Community
    Smart energy
    Smart security
    ICT and energy systems
    Focus on applications like:
    Smart grids, microgrids
    Distributed renewable energy production
    Smart homes
    Green business models
    Etc.
    ICT and security of society
    Focus on
    Security of ICT infrastructure
    Nationwide cyberdefence
    Both military and civil fields of applications
    Earth monitoring systems, sea safety, sea level monitoring
    Telematics
  • 7. Smart energy
    Next steps
  • 8. Towards smart energy
    Honeycombstructure:
    combination of smart microgrids (cells) and smart macrogrids.
  • 9. Smart and green microgrids
    Renewabledistributedenergygeneration
    Balancingmechanisms (incl. V2G)
    Energy consumptionmonitoring and control
    Symbioticsystems (heat+water+electricity)
    Centraldataanalysis/datacenters
  • 10. Whereto start?
    Natural micro-grids: campuses, technology and scienceparks, islands
    Possiblenextstep: citydistricts/neighbourhoods
    Roll-outsimilartoearlymobilenetworkdevelopment (cell-by-cellapproach).
  • 11. Investments
    Distributedrenewablemicroenergyproduction
    Balancingsystems (batteries, electricvehicles, vehicle-to-gridsolutions)
    Energy distributioncontrollers and networks
    Monitoring and controlsystems
    Installation
    R&D, analysis, futureforecasts
  • 12. Smart energy innovation needs full value chain approach
  • 13. Thankyou!jarmo.tuisk@mkm.ee