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Presentación en el seminario de cierre del proyecto KNOW CITIES (San Sebastian, 28 de mayo de 2013)

Presentación en el seminario de cierre del proyecto KNOW CITIES (San Sebastian, 28 de mayo de 2013)

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  • 1. URBAN AGENCY@manufernandezSMART CITIES: RESEARCH ANDto manage knowledge citiesCIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN A NETWORKED SOCIETY
  • 2. MANU FERNÁNDEZAs a researcher and urban policy consultant for the lastten years, I have always been involved in projectsrelating to local sustainability and analysis of urbaneconomies.I am currently working as a freelance in three areas:adaptive strategies to cope with the economic crisis,the intersection of digital and social perspectives ofbottom-up smart cities and, finally, the actions to boosteconomic revitalization in cities.URBAN STRATEGISTmanufer2007@gmail.comwww.ciudadesaescalahumana.org@manufernandezAdvisory Board ofUrbanIxDSteering Committee ofSmart City ExhibitionBologna 2013
  • 3. XTWO MAJOR GLOBAL TRENDSURBANIZATION UBIQUITY
  • 4. XURBANIZATION UBIQUITYTWO MAJOR GLOBAL TRENDS
  • 5. URBANIZATION UBIQUITYWHYWHATHOW?TWO MAJOR GLOBAL TRENDS
  • 6. XTHE EMERGING QUANTITATIVE URBANISMA NEW SCIENCEOF CITIES. WHATIS WRONG HERE?
  • 7. XTHE DIALOGUE OF THE DEAF ON SMART CITIESWHAT YOU SEE DEFINES WHAT YOU CARE ABOUTBird´s eye view / Street level view
  • 8. RESEARCH ON SMART CITIESA TEST BED WITHOUT PEOPLE?
  • 9. LIVING LAB AS THE 4TH P MODELPublic-private-people-partnershipBRING RESEARCH TO THE STREETS ASAPCity as platformCrowdsourcing / collective intelligenceACTION-RESEARCH
  • 10. XTHE INTELLIGENCE OF A CITY IS ON THE STREETS“Under the seeming disorder of the old city, wherever the old city is working successfully, is amarvelous order for maintaining the safety of the streets and the freedom of the city. It is acomplex order. Its essence is intricacy of sidewalk use, bringing with it a constant successionof eyes. This order is all composed of movement and change, and although it is life, not art,we may fancifully call it the art form of the city and liken it to the dance — not to a simple-minded precision dance with everyone kicking up at the same time, twirling in unison andbowing off en masse, but to an intricate ballet in which the individual dancers and ensemblesall have distinctive parts which miraculously reinforce each other and compose an orderlywhole.”THE UNKNOWN VARIABLES OF URBAN EQUATIONJane Jacobs, The Death and Life ofGreat American Cities
  • 11. TECHNOLOGY ALONE IS NOT THE ANSWER
  • 12. MORE THAN PASSIVE DATA COLLECTORS?Usman Haque en Surely theres a smarter approach tosmart cities?We, citizens, create and recreate our cities with every stepwe take, every conversation we have, every nod to aneighbor, every space we inhabit, every structure we erect,every transaction we make. A smart city should help usincrease these serendipitous connections. It should activelyand consciously enable us to contribute to data-making(rather than being mere consumers of it), and encourage usto make far better use of data thats already around us.Kurt Iverson en Mobile media and the strategies of urbancitizenship: discipline, responsibilisation, politicisation(...)different applications of social and mobile mediatechnologies will have different impacts on urban life,depending on the model of governance and stategies ofcitizenship they embody.ROLE OF CITIZENS IN THE DATA OCEAN
  • 13. David Eaves Lies, damned lies and open dataQuite the opposite. Open data will not depoliticize debate. It will forcecitizens, and governments, to realize how politicized data is, andalways has been.THE CONFLICTS REMAIN THE SAMERANDONESS, MAIN URBAN FEATUREDATA NEO-POSITIVISM / TECHNO-DETERMINISMASESPSIS vs. POLITIZATIONUsman Haque Notes from my talk at the Open IoT Assembly, June 16-17 2012the spectacularisation of data, revelling in complexity only so that‘experts’ can rescue us from the cacophony: scientists, urban planners,yes, even artistsTHE OPEN DATA DOPPELGÄNGER
  • 14. XMODELS FOR CIVIC ENGAGEMENTCOLLECTIVE INNOVATIONLABORATORYCIVIC INNOVATION ANDINCUBATION OF NEW SERVICESCIVIC HACKING FOR BETTERCITIESCODERS AND CITIZENS WORKINGTOGETHERMIXING ARTS, CREATIVITY ANDTECHNOLOGY
  • 15. NEW PRACTICES OF CONCERTED ACTION AND CREATIVE INNOVATIONTRANSFORMATIVE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGYCOMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND STRONG CONNECTIONSKNOWLEDGE + ACTIVISMFINAL REMARKSEARLY TESTING UNDER REAL LIFE CONDITIONSCITY AS PLATFORM
  • 16. Santa Ana 12, 3º izq48930 Getxo (Bizkaia)SPAIN+34 605750990@humanscalecityhumanscalecity.orgURBAN AGENCY