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Hitachi  smart city
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  • 1. Weddell -Tropical, Sustainable, Livable Toward 2030: Conference and Design Forum Hitachi and Smart City September 28, 2010Michinaga KohnoSenior Chief Engineer,Group Management Planning Office,Smart City Business Management DivisionHitachi, Ltd. © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 2. Contents1.Introduction of Hitachi2.Hitachi’s Concept of Smart Cities3.Elements of Smart Cities4.Examples5.Contribution © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 3. 1Introduction of Hitachi © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 4. 1-1. Corporate Foundation Hitachi was founded in 1910 as a machine repair shop at Kuhara Mining Company in Hitachi City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan (Incorporated in 1920) First product: 5hp electric motor Corporate credo: Contribute to society through the development of superior, original technology and products Hitachi founding spirit: Harmony, Sincerity and Pioneering spirit Founder Namihei Odaira Original repair shop in Ibaraki (1910) © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 4
  • 5. 1-2. Outline of Hitachi Business Operate in more than 40 countries and has 360 thousand employees Fiscal year ended 31 March, 2010 Social Innovation Business Energy SystemsInformation & Telecommunication Systems Others 17% 9 12% Societal & 8% % 4% Revenue 10% Industrial Systems Electronic Equipment Financial Services US$99.65B & Systems 9% 6% Functional Materials 12% 7% 6% Digital Media / Consumer Goods Automotive Components / Systems Devices Construction Machinery © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 5
  • 6. 1-3. Hitachi’s Social Infrastructure Business Industry, Transportation and Urban Development Systems Eco-city Development (Water Treatment) Construction Building, Elevators Machinery Cloud Computing Green Mobility Consulting Health Care Data Centers Energy Smart Grid (Steam powered, atomic power, Storage renewable energy) Information & Communication Electric Power Systems Systems + Materials and Key Devices © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 6
  • 7. 1-4. South Africa Coal-fired Power Generation Provide 12 orders of 800,000 kW boilers utilizing supercritical pressure technology Aim to achieve 1.2 times the power generation capacity of South Africa by 2017 Contribute to relieving the serious power shortages Training Center State of construction at Medupi Trainees State of construction at Kusile © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 7
  • 8. 1-5. UK-High-Speed Railway CTRL CTRL: Channel Tunnel Rail Link London Old Line New, High-speed Line Ashford Channel Tunnel © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 8 8
  • 9. 1-6. US (NASA) Storage NASA uses sophisticated instrumentation mounted on earth- observing satellites to better understand global environmental conditions that affect the long-term health of our planet. During system deployment in 2008 70TB of satellite information was ingested into the system with a daily growth rate of 50GB/day. Key Points for Use ・Simplified management ・Easily and transparently support HW upgrades Hitachi Content Platform ・Standards based protocol support ・Advanced content mamagement ✔ policies © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 9
  • 10. 1-7. Hitachi Group in ANZ Annual Sales : AU$1,441M (FY10 Budget) Total Staff : 1,496 Hitachi Australia (HAUL) Clyde Babcock-Hitachi (CBH) - Regional Headquarters - Incorporated in 1983 - 100% owned by Hitachi, Ltd. Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) Hitachi Construction Machinery (HCMA) Brisbane Hitachi Power Tool (HPTA) BIOCLONE Sydney CABLE PRICE Melbourne Wellington CLARION © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 10
  • 11. 2Hitachi’s Concept of Smart Cities © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 12. 2-1. Issues to Consider in Creating Social Infrastructure Sustainability is necessary for dealing with the more complex and important issues Transition in Social ValuesComplexityof Issues Sustainability ・Environment ・Energy & Resources ・Urbanization Expanse / Growth ・Water Shortages ・Disparities ・Mass Production ・Security ・Fast movement ・Labor-saving/Efficiency Lifestyle Stability ・Comfortable/Convenient ・Establishing Lifestyle Infrastructure ・Establishing Industrial Bases Era Agricultural Industrial Society Information Society Society © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 12
  • 13. 2-2. Our Vision on Future Cities Vigorous Cities to Attract People Integrated development of transport and information systems  Vitalization of urban activities by high integration of offices and shops  Seamless connection of long-distance railways, area transit and lifts Cities with Sustainable Development Capability Sustainability of global environments  Entire functions and facilities to support urban activities are eco-friendly  Zero emission means of transportation and mobility Intelligent urban infrastructure by combining energy & information  High-efficiency energy management by smart grid technologies  Information networking of entire urban activities Sustainability of residents  Safe, secure and comfortable cities for residents and visitors  Generation-free cities to accommodate ageing urban population © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 13
  • 14. 2-3. Smart City Image Growing City Energy Transportation Renewable Energy Smart Navigation Green Smart Wind Power Mobility Rapid battery Grid Charging system Sunlight City Management Energy Transportation Water Electric Community Bus ・City Planning ・Management Support Smart Building ・Security ・Customer Service ・Traceability ・Operation Community Digital Signage Energy Grid Smart House Home Energy Recycle System Water Management Intelligent Water Management Water, Environment © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 14
  • 15. 2-4. Hitachi’s Concept of “Smart Cities” Sensors and information & telecommunication systems provide intelligence to Urban infrastructures Several Intelligent infrastructures collaborate mutually to improve the quality of life of the residents in turn. Water Infrastructure Mobility Infrastructure Energy Infrastructure © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 15
  • 16. 2-5. Smart & Smooth, Fusion of Control and Information Information systems and control systems collaborates to create a secure and pleasant social infrastructure Social Safety, Security, Lifestyle Infrastructure Pleasantness Sensor RFID ・Secure ・Usage Control Information ・Precise Smooth Smart ・Operating Control Information • Demand Forecasting Control • Controlling Supply/Demand Information System System IT © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 16
  • 17. 3Elements of Smart Cities © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 18. 3-1. Elements of Smart Cities Electric Railways Road Traffic Water Power Next-Generation Smart Grid Green Mobility Intelligent Water Traffic Systems ・Generation & Storage ・Traffic Control ・ITS/ETC ・Water Purification/ Systems ・System Stabilization ・Operation Management ・Vehicle Management Circulation ・Automated Meter ・IC Card Train Ticketing ・EV Linkage ・Operations/Control infrastructure (AMI) ・User Behavior Support ・Facilities Management ・Energy Management ・Generation Plants ・High-speed Trains ・On-board Batteries ・Pumps Products ・CO2 Collection ・Commuter Trains ・EV Recharging Facilities ・Desalination Facilities Equipment ・Monorails ・Car Navigation Devices ・Sewage Treatment ・Batteries for Storage FacilitiesTechnology & ・Sensing Technology ・Real Time Control Technology ・Data Management Technology Know-how ・Image Processing Technology ・Autonomous Decentralized Architecture ・Security Technology ・Simulation Technology ・Network Technology ・Environmental Technology ・Service Planning ・Large-scale System Design ・Project Management ・Maintenance & Management EV: Electric Vehicle © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 18
  • 19. 3-2. Power Infrastructure in Next-Generation Cities Supplying low-carbon, high-quality, economical power Renewable Energies Battery High-efficiency Regions/Customers Storage Operation Facilities Management Connection Factory/ Wind Photovoltaic Control Office Large-scale Centralized Power System Power Generation IT Distributed Power Power System Generation Nuclear Stabilizer(PSS) EMS Home Thermal Control System Pumped EV Hydro Storage + f0 ー Supply Demand EMS: Energy Management System © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 19
  • 20. 3-3. Home in Next-Generation Cities Achieve a comfortable, ecological lifestyle by using data and linking electrical appliances, home energy equipments, new energy equipments and portable terminals in a network Energy Visualization Power System Home Energy Home Equipments Appliances Equipment Control Shopping ・ ・ ・ Home Gateway New Energy Equipments Network Service Provider Service Provider Data Center Service Provider Service Provider © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 20
  • 21. 3-4. Community Energy Management System (CEMS) Contributes to the building of a Smart Grid via undertakings such as the Eco-City project Energy supply/demand adjustments within a region Efficient home, office building, EV Monitoring & operation of energy management devices/facilities Services targeted at each individual user Added value services Overall region energy management Home, building, EV energy management Regional service provider HEMS Center Home EMS Energy BEMS Management Center (CEMS) Building/Shop EV Charging Social Infrastructure Provider Center EV Power System CEMS: Community Energy Management System © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 21
  • 22. 3-5. Railway System in Next-Generation Cities Flexible Route Guidance for People and Trains based on Predictions Quick Recovery from Problems Improve Improve Improve Better Services Transport Work Passenger Environmental by Expanding Efficiency Services Performance Communication ・Traffic Control ・Station services Channels ・ Reduce CO2 ・Rolling stocks ・On-board services ・Conserve energy Management, etc. ・Digital Signage Next-Generation Traffic Systems Rolling Stocks Control System Information System Sales Operations Converter/ Seat Fares Management Electricity Reservations © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 22
  • 23. 3-6. Total EV Charging infrastructure for smart cities Integrated management system with rapid battery chargers, service terminals and plug-in stations management servers. Availability, reservation, status, etc… Battery Charge Infrastructure Operator Cell 回生電力貯蔵装置 Plug-in Station Management Server Energy Mgmt Service Internet Car navigation Authentication Billing Operation System Server Server server Features ■ Adopt OSGi platform and ・live system update without system shutoff. Operator NW ・high flexibility for business model changes Plug-in Station #1 Plug in Station #n ■ Support multiple IC cards (Contact/ Noncontact) ■ Customize fee and operation model for operator’s business models IC Card ■ Show charge status, coupons and advertisement on service terminal. ■ Provide rapid battery charger availability and route guidance to car navigation system and cell phones Rapid battery Service Rapid battery Service ■ (Planned) Support multiple chargers charger terminal charger terminal including Hitachi’s. © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 23
  • 24. 3-7. Integrated Management System for Water Environment Wide Variety of Water Treatment Hitachi provides solutions to wide variety of water treatment such as purified water and sewage, industrial sewage and waste-seeping water. Small-scale Sewage Treatment Waste-seeping Water Treatment Water and Sewage Treatment System Water Resource Information Purification System for Monitoring System River and Lakes Industrial Sewage Treatment System Data Center for Water Resource Information Treatment System for Treatment System for Urban Sewage Purification System for Building Sewage Ballast Water © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 24
  • 25. 3-8. Integrated Management System for Water Environment Urban Water Environment System Towards an “Advanced Water Environment City” 1. Efficiency improvement of water/sewage systems by smart meters Automated metering, reduction of operation cost, adequate management of facilities and equalization of water demand Waterworks SM :Smart Meters SM SM SM Measurement and reporting of SM SM water volume and quality Management Center User (Linkage with power and (Customer Center) Distribution communication infrastructure) (Office, Home) Reservoir , SM SM SM SM SM P Pump Information Facilities User Control (Office, Home) Tele-communication SM SM Sewage Treatment Plant User Water Reclamation Center (Home) 2. Data integration of maps (GIS) and smart meters Map Data (GIS) (1) Asset Management (Pipes) : Optimization of facility renewal plan, Integration High-Efficiency Management (ERP) Smart Meter Data (2) Volume Management : Optimum management of pipe networks based on water operation management (3) Quality Management : Water safety assurance, Customer satisfaction * ERP: Enterprise Resource Planning © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 25
  • 26. 4Examples © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 27. 4-1. Capability of Hitachi group Wide experiences in Smart City Development Central Research Smart City Business Systems Development Lab Lab Information & Management Division Security & Traceability Telecommunication Systems Company (Est. April 1, 2010) Division Hitachi Consumer IT Service Division Electronics Hitachi Automotive Convenience Safety Life Layer Systems Information Display Surveillance Systems Information & (Digital Signage) (Crimes, Accidents, Disaster) Production Control Systems Car Navigation Information Disaster Recovery & BCM Engineering Company Systems Research Lab Social & Industrial Infrastructure Mobility Buildings Mechanical Systems Railway Operation Systems  Elevators & Escalators Engineering Seating Systems  Building Security Research Lab Company Hitachi Kokusai Taxi Wireless & Navigation ICT  Building Management Function Bus Location Systems Systems Electric Airfield Lighting Systems Systems  Building Energy Layer Management Systems Building Systems Clarion Corporation Company Energy & Hitachi Research Lab Environment Energy Water Research Lab High-voltage Power Distribution Water & Sewage Infrastructur Systems Recycled Water High-voltage Access to e Layer Power Systems Company Industrial Sewage Total Solution Division Electricity Treatment Hitachi Plant Technologies UPS ESCO, DHC © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 27
  • 28. 4-2. Tianjin Eco-City International Joint Research Project Companies with ties to the governments of China and Singapore established a joint management enterprise to develop the city - Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City Investment & Development Co., Ltd. (SSTEC) - SSTEC and Hitachi signed an MoU in May, 2010 Regional Energy Management •Supply/ Demand Control •Information Hub BEMS/HEMS About 30 square kilometers Population: 350,000 with 110,000 EV Charging households (2020 to 2025) System MoU: Memorandum of Understanding BEMS: Building Energy Management System HEMS: Home Energy Management System © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 28
  • 29. 4-3. Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project India-Japan collaboration mega infra-structure project covering an overall length of 1,483 KMs between Delhi and Mumbai. - Gujarat government, DMICDC, JETRO and Hitachi signed MOU for feasibility study in Gujarat in April 2010. - Hitachi formed a consortium with ITOCHU,TEPCO and Kyosera as a leader. Power Water Delhi ・Smart Grids •Water treatment •Renewables Transportation Eastern Gujarat •Metro ITSMumbai Factory •Energy-saving Recycle •Recycle Plants DMICDC : Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Cooperation JETRO : Japan External Trade Organization MoU : Memorandum of Understanding ITS : Intelligent al Transport System © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 29
  • 30. 4-4. Academic City Development in Japan Kashiwa-no-ha Campus City, Chiba Prefecture Environment-friendliness  Community energy management  Building/home energy management  Renewable energy (PV, wind)  Energy self-sufficient rate: 30% Municipal National Park The Cancer Smart mobility University  Smart personal mobility Chiba University of Tokyo Center  On-demand traffic Hospital  Velotaxi  EV sharing Stage 1 Stage 2 Railway Academic research test-bed Station Tsukuba  Smart mobility (the Univ. of Tokyo)  Gerontology (the Univ. of Tokyo) Express  Plant factory (Chiba Univ.) (Railway)  Chem-less town (Chiba Univ.) Health-oriented community  Regional base hospitalsHitachi contributions  Advanced medical services (PBT) Community energy management  Accommodations for patients and Personal mobility (Autonomous-driven cart, On-demand bus) family members for rehabilitation © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 30
  • 31. 5Contribution © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved.
  • 32. 5-1. Hitachi’s Social Infrastructure Business Industry, Transportation and Urban Development Systems Eco-city Development (Water Treatment) Construction Building, Elevators Machinery Cloud Computing Green Mobility Consulting Health Care Data Centers Energy Smart Grid (Steam powered, atomic power, Storage renewable energy) Information & Communication Electric Power Systems Systems + Materials and Key Devices... © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 32
  • 33. 5-2. Contribution to Northern Territory Weddell ProjectWeddell Project Concept Hitachi’s Business Concept“Tropical, Sustainable, Livable” “Social Innovation “Designing urban environmental Wide experience and capabilities forsustainable city with ・Smart city design ・Less dependency on ・Smart grid and renewable non-renewable energy energy generation system ・Less dependency on car ownership ・Total transportation system ・Less impact on natural resources ・Intelligent water system © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. All rights reserved. 33
  • 34. 5-3. Toward the Next 100 Years with Reliable Technologies Technologies for building and operating IT-supported social infrastructure will support social innovations in Japan and around the globe in the coming century Harmony Ability to partner with a variety of enterprises & organizations Pioneering Spirit Hitachi Sincerity Efforts to obtain intelligence, Spirit Service providers user-including technology & know- oriented thinking how © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. AllAll rights reserved. © Hitachi, Ltd. 2010. rights reserved. 34

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