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China is building new Cities on a rate that global history has never witnessed. If these cities are not designed with most modern sustainability standards, it will have massive negative implications …

China is building new Cities on a rate that global history has never witnessed. If these cities are not designed with most modern sustainability standards, it will have massive negative implications to global environment. Utilizing various LivingLab experiences we can provide healthy collaborative business with the Chinese partners. Presentation will focus on two city cases close to Shanghai where new development is taking place in user centric service designs, smart grid and metering, learning school concepts and other user centric designs.

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  • 1. LivingLabbing 4 Business in China
    Picnic-LivingLabs session
    14.9.2011
    DevelopmentDirector VP Niitamo, Process Vision
  • 2. CHINA CASE
    Gonqging-DEC
    • Peopleliving in cities:
    • 3. 2010: 650 milj. 2025: 925 milj. 2035: 1 050 milj.
    • 4. DigiEcoCityconcept as a transferrableLivingLab to China started 2004
    • 5. Inhabitants 80 000
    • 6. Target to multiplythiswith 3000 similarcitiesduringnext 15 years
    • 7. Globalresponsibility
    2
  • 8. Aalto LivingLab office block start, then extends to homes and then to T3 Campus
  • 9. DigiEcoCity – NordicLivingLabmodel for sustainability
    DigiEcoCity?
    DigiEcoCityNordicLivingLabmodel
    Combiningwith the help of ICT a village for working, living and consuming in a radius of a bycycleride.
    Energy efficiency, ecology and citizendriven as keyprinciples.
    Localmass-customizationwith a globalformat design
    DigiEcoCityn – a change in tradionalthinking in city planning.
    4
  • 10. DigiEcoCity-Mainelements
    Virtual and distributedservices
    eWork
    E Shopping
    E-Learning, eCampus, eeSchools
    DistributedeHealth and home care
    Smartgrids
    Localenergyrenewables
    Localdistributedheathing/coolingintegrated to national grid
    Recycling
    Building concept
    (materials,ventilation,maintenance)
    Water and sewage management
    Smartlocallogistics
    Spaceefficiency and convertability
    Renewablematerials
    Diversity in living
    Flexiworkarrangements
    24/7 service design
    Work –leisureintegration
    Community HUB
  • 11. GongqinginSmart Grid –Neededtechnologylayers
  • 12. Smart Campus

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