Manchester Smart City 2012 Event 1

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  • 1. Manchester City Region: Manchester Digital Development Agency: MDDA set up in 2004 to coordinate Digital Agenda for the city region Dave Carter, Head, MDDA, Manchester City Council. UK.
  • 2.
    • Manchester’s Digital Agenda
    • Smart, inclusive & sustainable growth
    • Green & Digital
    • Transformational public services – e-Government + e-Services
    • Open Innovation, Open Data & Open Networks
    • Future Internet enabled Smart Cities
        • Internet of Things + Cloud + Open Data + + +
    • Manchester Living Lab open innovation test-bed
    • Partner networks: Manchester Digital trade association
    • MadLab – Manchester Digital Lab
  • 3.  
  • 4.
    • Connected City – Connected People
    • Community innovation: social media + social networking for skills and jobs: www.peoplesvoicemedia.co.uk
    • Digital business innovation – Manchester Digital trade assoc. www.manchesterdigital.com
    • Manchester Living Lab : open innovation R+D: FabLab & MadLab
    • www.openlivinglabs.eu
    • www.fablabmanchester.org
    • www.madlab.org.uk
    • Fibre & Wireless everywhere
  • 5. Smart City development - future vision:
    • Using Future Internet to transform the way we live and work
      • more flexible ways and locations of working: smart mobility, smart environments, smart learning
    • Co-designing and co-producing services for ourselves and others
      • new services being designed and delivered by users, e.g. e-health and telecare services
    • Enabling our environments to be greener, cleaner and healthier
      • smart buildings, smart energy, low-carbon neighbourhoods
    • Making smart cities more democratic, resilient and attractive
      • social networking to promote civic engagement
    • Generating and celebrating creativity, innovation and diversity
      • arts and culture linked to technology supporting jobs and skills
  • 6. Thank You! [email_address]
  • 7.  
  • 8. Open Data
  • 9. Free , not-for-profit , volunteer run central space for creative technologists , artists , critical practitioners to support serendipitous cross-over and signposting
  • 10.  
  • 11.  
  • 12. E-health
  • 13. The Corridor £3.2bn turnover
  • 14. University £650m Metropolitan University £250m NHS Trust £500m
  • 15. Context Corridor Science parks Hospitals Universities Corridor Connections Informal events brought clinicians together with digital businesses
  • 16. Results Extraordinary flow of ideas Innovative identification of problems, not just solutions Follow through very difficult Cultural gap Procurement by NHS complex