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In the last few years terms like connected, intelligent or smart cities have gained popular appeal, together with an increasing association to technology innovation. Underlying methods and business …

In the last few years terms like connected, intelligent or smart cities have gained popular appeal, together with an increasing association to technology innovation. Underlying methods and business models, such as data analytics or open data have become part of the dialogue. The presentation looks at data analytics in particular and discusses how it contributes to crossing the chasm between the many promises of the intelligent cities and the reality of urban organizational structures and decision-making.

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  • 1. Intelligent cities and data analyticsCrossing the chasm between imagination and tangible impact
    Euro Beinat PhD
    University of Salzburg – Chair of Location and Context Awareness
    Chairman Currentcity Foundation
  • 2. Smart Economy
    Environment
    Governance
    Lifestyle
    Transportation
    Community
    Abi Research, Smart Cities, 2011
  • 3. 2010
    2
    billion internet users
    2020
    50
    billion connected devices
    Sources: The Economist, Aug 13th 2010
  • 4. COLLECTIVE SENSING
  • 5. What if we could extract meaningful intelligence from the millions of digital breadcrumbs that we - and the systems that enable our lifestyle –
    continuously leave behind ?
    What if this could help us understand if we are making smarter decisions ?
  • 6. Pervasive Networks
    +
    Internet of Things
    +
    Social Networks
    +
    Big Data Methods
  • 7. http://rigolett.home.xs4all.nl/ENGELS/index.htm
  • 8. Source: Platform Lichthinder
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11. http://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/sets/72157624209158632/detail/
  • 12.
  • 13. Source: TomTom Live Traffic, Sept 12, 10:20 am
  • 14. Amsterdam, 21 August 2010, 09:00pm, SAIL event. Source: Currentcity
  • 15. How many people are at the event? Is it safe?
    Where do they come from? Where will they go next?
    What % of people use public transportation now?
    How does this differ from a week/month/year ago?
    Do tourists visit only the city or also the region?
    Are real-estate prices aligned with area potential?
    Does energy use correspond to need? Where is the waste?
    ….
  • 16. UNDERSTAND
    SENSE
    CHANGE
    IMPLEMENT
  • 17. currentcity.org – All rigths reserved
    World Trade Center
    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    Saturday
    Sunday
    00:00
    12:00
    06:00
    18:00
    Aggregated call intensity
  • 18. Amsterdam
    15 April 2010
    11am
    A cluster of anomalies centered at Schiphol Airport Amsterdam.
    This is measured a few hours before the closure of Dutch Airspace, consequence of Eyjafjallajokull ash cloud.
    Schiphol Airport Amsterdam
    currentcity.org – All rigths reserved
  • 19. Detailed analysisAirport
    Source: Iris Bannink, Theresa Dittlbacher, Max Schork and Philipp Lenz
  • 20. Source: ANP Photo
  • 21. Dam
    Museumplein
    Human Activity
    31/12-1/1
    NYE 2008
    31/12-1/1
    NYE 2009
    31/12-1/1
    NYE 2010
  • 22. currentcity.org – All rigths reserved
  • 23. Source: SAIL
  • 24. Source: SAIL
  • 25. ≈ 64,000 people
    Saturday, 21 August, 2010
    Max Measured Density
    ± 1 person m2
    Safety limit
    4 persons m2
    currentcity.org – All rigths reserved
  • 26. 60,000 people
    < 25% of safety limit
    ± 1,000 people every 15 minutes
    Saturday, 21 August, 2010
    currentcity.org – All rigths reserved
  • 27.
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30. How about a day trip?
    14%
    of tourists explore the surroundings on day trips
    Most willing to take day trips:
    Least willing to take day trips:
    currentcity.org – All rigths reserved
  • 33. Blood bag picture
  • 34. ….