Smart living challenge Sao Paulo USP

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Reflections of how the Networked Society will drive opportunities for transport for the competition: http://2014.smartlivingchallenge.com/ideas

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  • It is a productivity revolution, impacting new ICT industries, ICT-using industries and services, and overall total factor productivity.
    It is a knowledge revolution that is giving rise to an information society or knowledge economy, whereby knowledge creation, diffusion and effective use are driving growth and competitiveness, and whereby lack of access to connectivity and knowledge tools is giving rise to digital and knowledge divides and pervasive exclusion
    It is an innovation-driven revolution, whereby national innovation systems and regional clusters (bringing together research institutions, business startups, venture capital, and related services) would spark, speed and sustain growth
  • To summarize we see ICT (mobility, broadband and the cloud) becomes a general purpose technology going forward and Society, Business and People becomes major driving forces. This result in Redefined abilities, relations and roles reshape society
    People collaborate, gain power and challenge business logics and Businesses innovate in value, relations and reach
    Society change rules to speed up innovation and gain progress and Businesses request predictable rules and foundation for future competitiveness
    People care, engage and create new influencing arenas and Society rejoin, intensify relation and aim for new efficiencies
  • Smart living challenge Sao Paulo USP

    1. 1. A vision of the networked society Jesper Rhode Ericsson Latin America Transport
    2. 2. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 2 Vatican City 2005
    3. 3. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 3 Vatican City 2013
    4. 4. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 4 2,7 BILLION $ E-COMMERCE 2.7 BILLION PHOTOS TAKEN 13 MILLION $ CROWDFUNDING 58 PETABYTE MOBILE TRAFFIC 700000 NEW INTERNET USERS 2.7 BILLION LIKES ON FACEBOOK 133 MILLION HOURS YOUTUBE VIDEO WATCHED 328 MILLION APP DOWNLOADS EVERY DAY
    5. 5. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 5 › Foundation for innovation › Broad applicability › Transforming society ICT Beyond the inflection point MOBILITY - BROADBAND - CLOUD INSTALLATION TRANSFORMATION
    6. 6. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 6 The advent of third economy Time Economicgrowth First Economy Second Economy Third Economy The first economy Physical business processes enabled by physical infrastructures such as Roads and Railways The second economy Digitalization of existing processes Enabled by IT and Internet The third economy Transformation combining physical reality and digital services coming together MOBILITY - BROADBAND - CLOUD
    7. 7. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 7 Enriched relations Enhanced capabilities Exciting possibilities Transforming WORLD PEOPLE BUSINESS SOCIETY Convenience Engagement Empowerment Productivity Inclusion Sustainability Efficiency Experience Innovations
    8. 8. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 8 Rise of NETWORKED SOCIETY logics
    9. 9. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 9 Rise of NETWORKED SOCIETY logics Better ways to satisfy needsEvery sector effected User engaging approaches Entry of new actors
    10. 10. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 10 Mobility Experience
    11. 11. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 11 Mobility Experience ALWAYS ON “I often chose virtual presence rather than going to office” BETTER INFORMED “I always get a suggestion for a train where I can be sure to get a seat “ SERVICIFICATION “Most taxis nowadays are driverless” COLLABORATING “I always share my car travel with others”
    12. 12. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 12 Digital lifestyle ALWAYS ON when needed DIGITAL relations and identity Everything INSTANTDriven by PURPOSE In CONTROL of information, services and content Always INFORMED SERVICES rather than products COLLABORATIVE culture
    13. 13. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 13 Transforming Business ORCHESTRATING ECO SYSTEMS SENSE MAKING FROM COMBINED DATA SIMPLIFY VALUE CONFIGURATION INNOVATE IN SERVICES BUSINESS ENCOURAGE USER CO- CREATION USER PARTICIPATION OWN, SHARED AND OPEN DATA CONNECTED THINGS DIGITAL PLATFORMS MARKET REACH REDEFINED ASSETS REDEFINED PRACTICES
    14. 14. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 14
    15. 15. Ericsson Internal | 2014-05-18 | Page 15 Sao Paulo 2012: 40.000.000.000 Reais wasted in traffic

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