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Presentatie aan ministerie van Infrastructuur en Milieu over Gebiedsontwikkeling nieuwe stijl
en de toekomst van de stad. Door Kees Donker (IBM Executive for Government, Innovation and Technology), 24 april 2012

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  • 1. Presentatie aan ministerie van Infrastructuur en MilieuGebiedsontwikkeling nieuwe stijlen de toekomst van de stadKees Donker (IBM Executive for Government, Innovation and Technology )24 april 2012 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 2. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 3. In 2001, there were 60 million transistors for every human onthe planet ...… in 2035 there will be 100 billion transistors per human…… each costing 1/10 millionth of a cent. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 4. Lets build a Smarter Planet Our world is becoming INSTRUMENTED + Our world is becoming INTERCONNECTED = + Virtually all things, processes and ways of working are becoming INTELLIGENT © 2012 IBM Corporation4
  • 5. Smarter CitiesIn 2007, for the first time in history, the majority of the world’spopulation lived in cities – 3.3 billion. By 2050, city dwellersare expected to make up 70 percent of the Earth’s totalpopulation – 6.4 billion.5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 6. What could you do if all objects were intelligent… …and connected? © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 7. What could you do withunlimited computing power…for pennies? Could you predict the path of a storm down to the square kilometer? Could you identify another 20% of proven oil reserves without drilling one hole? © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 8. …or with a billion- person workforce?What could you dowith a million-personproduct development lab… © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 9. It’s time to take advantage of…. smart objects the connectedness of everything supercomputing for everyone information put to work collaboration & co-creation the marketplace for expertise the virtual corporation © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 10. A possible example ...... Highway A2 in 2025 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 11. Smarter TrafficStockholm implemented an intelligent toll DAF Trucks wanted to make their fleet The first Dutch road charging trial done bysystem in the city center, which resulted in management smarter. DAF engaged IBM to IBM and NXP in the city of Eindhoven20% less traffic, 40% lower emissions and facilitate a solution in which DAF and it’s demonstrates that Road User Charging has40,000 additional users of the public customers could use telemetry data. This a positive effect on driving habits which aretransportation system. system uses real-time data gathered from the necessary to improve mobility. The results fleet’s trucks, providing options to better show that 70% of trial participants improved interact with the fleet and optimize processes behavior by avoiding rush hours and using in real time. highways instead of local roads. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 12. Smarter Grids and Utilities Malta is building a nationwide smart grid In Amsterdam, 500 households will In the GridWise Olympic Peninsula and a fully integrated electricity and water participate in a pilot program of IBM and Project in Washington state, IBM helped to system. This system, 250,000 interactive Nuon for smart meters in that city. Citizens, tie intelligent devices (e.g. thermostats) in meters, will be able to identify water leaks governments and companies are working consumers homes to the grid system, and electricity losses in the grid, allowing together to make more efficient use of which automatically controlled power the utilities to more intelligently plan their energy, water and mobility to create a more consumption based on pricing signals and investments in the network and reduce sustainable city. customer preference. Electricity bills were inefficiency. decreased by an average of 10 percent. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 13. An example of a hospital of today © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 14. IBM software reduces the guesswork— 20 times faster Smarter healthcare Researchers at EuResist can predict how a patient with HIV will respond to treatment by instantly comparing a blood sample against 33,000 HIV treatment histories. Doctors treat patients based on insights that are more than 76 percent accurate and come up to 20 times faster than anything in the marketplace. © 2012 IBM Corporation14
  • 15. IBM software delivers luggage— with 60% reduction in losses or delays Smarter transportation The Amsterdam airport integrated its baggage control and sorting systems with passenger check-in and real-time flight information. The result is a 60 percent reduction in delayed or lost luggage, a 22 percent reduction in luggage transfer time and a 40 percent savings in operational costs. © 2012 IBM Corporation15
  • 16. Smarter Transportation Aeroports De Paris uses an IBM resource In 2013 Schiphol airport in Amsterdam will NS is using the IBM ILOG Development optimization solution to coordinate have the capability of transferring 70 million System to enhance its rolling stock equipment and facilities. As a result, there pieces of baggage a year. When the hall allocation for better resource utilization. are fewer flight delays, passengers move opens in 2011, six robots will mechanically The NS has been able to improve its through the airport faster and operating manage baggage, handling 60 percent of operating efficiency by as much as six costs are lower. Also, creating a plan for the loading. With this new baggage hall percent, netting the railway a cost savings aircraft parking stands and ground Schiphol will be able to manage the future of over EUR 20 million annually. equipment takes 3 minutes instead of more growing stream of passengers than 4 hours. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 17. The CSA System: integrating several ‘stovepipes’ City Situational Awareness (CSA system) Fire department Drinking water Surface water Traffic Sewage Medical Energy Traffic Police Water Medewerkers © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 18. 1 2 Rotterdam Demo 18.000 m3/sec Scenario Melting snow in Alps & Rhine level above normal rainwater 11 3 Energy Information release / UK storm & NL Dyke Distribution Water inspections 10 4 Decision Support Hoe stellen we Traffic een goede balans Centre Dordrecht Fast rising water in Rhine flooded & SMS messages and Maas vast tussen pomp 9 Resources 5 en afvoer?Hoe stellen wede prioriteiten ininformatie aan Medical > 4m+NAPbrandweer en Sea water rising & Dyke inspector reports Maesland barrierpolitie?(energie,verkeer 8 7 6,waterpleinenetc) 45mm Heinenoord Tunnel Preparation of Arriving storm & flooded & GPS messages water plazas Pumping activity © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 19. SupercomputersMareNostrum is an IBM supercomputer in LOFAR Development of a radio telescope 100 Ghent University has earned a position on theEurope, the most powerful in Spain. The times more sensitive than current technology. TOP500 list of fastest supercomputers in thesupercomputer is used in human genome Development of IBM Blue Gene/L supercomputer. world by taking delivery of a supercomputerresearch, protein research, astrophysical Multi-disciplinary collaboration and spin-offs: capable of performing more than 15 billionsimulations, weather forecasting, geological or Astrophysics, Geophysics, Agriculture, Information computations per second. With this performance,geophysical modeling, and the design of new Technology. this computational work horse is also the fastestdrugs. academic supercomputer in Belgium. The system was designed, delivered and installed by ClusterVision in close collaboration with IBM. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 20. Going towards the future with newtechnologies takes courage …Do one brave thing today … then run like hell !…..Thank you for your attention © 2012 IBM Corporation