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Ciudades Inteligentes-Angel Bertolotti
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Ciudades Inteligentes-Angel Bertolotti

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Presentación realizada por Angel Bertolotti en el Encuentro C+G Ciudadanía y Gobierno Digital 2011, realizado por la Unidad de Modernización y Gobierno Electrónico de Segpres.

Presentación realizada por Angel Bertolotti en el Encuentro C+G Ciudadanía y Gobierno Digital 2011, realizado por la Unidad de Modernización y Gobierno Electrónico de Segpres.

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  • Key Message: Creating opportunities today requires fundamentally new approaches to city leadership. Speaking Points: City leaders are working extremely hard today to meet increasing citizen demands with limited resources. And they are having to push there teams harder than ever before due to incredibly hard cuts they are being forced to make. We’ve all heard about policemen and firemen being laid off… people that have previously been protected due to their critical roles… unfortunately, city leaders are not seeing other options to make ends meet As leaders all of us have pushed our teams to work harder for us at one time or another. And we know it works for a period of time. But if we want to avoid burn-out and address provide a sustainable solution we have to think beyond working harder to finding more innovative approaches to make ends meet. Additional Background Information: To be added
  • Key Message: Creating opportunities today requires fundamentally new approaches to city leadership. Speaking Points: City leaders are working extremely hard today to meet increasing citizen demands with limited resources. And they are having to push there teams harder than ever before due to incredibly hard cuts they are being forced to make. We’ve all heard about policemen and firemen being laid off… people that have previously been protected due to their critical roles… unfortunately, city leaders are not seeing other options to make ends meet As leaders all of us have pushed our teams to work harder for us at one time or another. And we know it works for a period of time. But if we want to avoid burn-out and address provide a sustainable solution we have to think beyond working harder to finding more innovative approaches to make ends meet. Additional Background Information: To be added
  • Our world is becoming INSTRUMENTED… Giving us the ability to measure, sense and see the exact condition of everything. The use of sensors, kiosks, meters, PDAs, appliances, cameras, smart phones, biometric devices, turnstiles or the Web. Instrumentation is about sensing what is happening right now, whether it is the temperature of a train wheel bearing, the location of a misplaced suitcase, metal fatigue in a bridge or the number of cars on a highway at 6:00 AM. Our world is becoming INTERCONNECTED… Allowing people, systems and objects to communicate and interact with each other in entirely new ways. Integrating data across an end-to-end process, organization or value chain. The interconnection of people and things—customers, drivers, employees, roads, aircraft, airports, cargo, suppliers—creating the ability to improve performance. Integrating unstructured data not associated with a single system. For example, Web 2.0 communities, Google searches, etc.
  • Key Message: The city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil leveraged technology to increase safety and help ensure robust economic growth from the Olympics and World Cup. Speaking Points: It’s not often that a city has a World Cup and Summer Olympics within a 2 year span. But that’s exactly what will happen in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 2014 and 2016. Last year, as the preparations were in process for the upcoming global spotlight that would be placed on Brazil, regular summer rains turned into a catastrophe as wet hill sides and serious mud slides resulting in over 100 deaths. Rio Mayor, Eduardo Paes had a vision for a more coordinated response to emergency management, one that would have all of his teams working together, not only to respond to issues, but to predict where they would arise so that they could effectively evacuate and assist the right people, minimizing damage. Mayor Paes sponsored the creation of a comprehensive city operations center that integrates over 30 city departments and agencies. It can collect and share information on weather, energy, buildings, transportation, and water in real time. And uses advanced analytics to predict rainfall and its impact down to a single square kilometer of detail. As a result, the city is better prepared to respond to emergencies and help ensure that the global focus on Rio de Janeiro highlights all of the outstanding attributes of the city.
  • Key Message: The IBM Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities can help city leaders apply global best practices Speaking Points: Specific best practices that we have harvested from these 2,000 engagements in areas such as Public Safety, Transportation, and Water Management can all build upon the core capabilities of the IBM Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities In fact, we have over 25 new and enhanced use cases that we can help city leaders use, from public safety and emergency management that we already discussed, to transportation and traffic management, to water management consumption and asset analysis. Over time, we will continue to take more of these best practice patterns and harden them into packaged solutions that provide even faster time to value for city leaders.
  • Key Message: Smarter cities today are using technology to enable new models for leadership that can help drive sustainable economic growth. Speaking Points: Smarter cities are cities that are: Leveraging information to make better decisions Anticipating problems to resolve them proactively, and Coordinating resources to operate effectively These are simple ideas, but the latest enhancements in technology have created possibilities that were unthinkable just a few years ago… for example: We can now harness more information from ever before, from our systems, from video cameras, and even from physical parts of our city. South Bend, Indiana, US put more than 100 wireless sensors underneath manhole covers throughout the city to measure waste water flows. We can anticipate problems using analytics capabilities that are much more detailed and precise than previous models. For example, we can now predict how traffic patterns will change in real-time, providing very detailed models that enable cities to adjust traffic flows to minimize or avoid congestion And finally, we can coordinate resources by driving both communication and processes to the right people at the right time based on process automation, collaboration, and business rules. These developments have fundamentally increased the value that cities can generate for their citizens and enable innovation in the ways city leaders operate Additional Background Information: From 2008 to 2009, South Bend Public Works crews embedded more than 100 wireless sensors underneath manhole covers throughout the city. This broad network of tiny computers provides 24/7 data on the depth and flow of storm water and sewage in the 500-mile sewer network, including the 36 combined sewer outfall points within the city, essentially providing real-time analysis of available inline storage.
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    • 1. Santiago de Chile – Encuentro Ciudadanía y Gobierno Digital Noviembre 2011 Smarter Cities Ciudades Inteligentes Del Cemento al Conocimiento Angel Bertolotti Smarter Cities Advisory Team [email_address]
    • 2.  
    • 3. Trabajar mas duro no es una opción Se require un enfoque novedoso
    • 4. Sensar el movimiento de buses, trenes, aviones, pasajeros, estado de vías, tiempo, y otros sistemas conexos + + = Ciudades Inteligentes... Instrumentado + Interconectado + Inteligente Conectar esta información y disponibilizarla a centros de operaciones y clientes Analizar las operciones, optimizar las asignaciones de vehiculos, rutas y horarios. Proveer información a usuarios.
    • 5. Rio de Janeiro está transformando las operaciones de la ciudad
      • Foco Inicial – prevención de desastres y situaciones de emergencia
      • Incorporación de información en tiempo real de energía, aguas, edificios, red de transporte.
      • Próximos pasos:
        • Predicción Avanzada
        • Adopción Nacional para la copa del mundo y los juegos olímpicos.
      Se incrementa la eficiencia en el despliegue de recursos, coordinando diversas agencias para responder a problemas.
    • 6. El Centro de Operaciones Inteligente de IBM permite a las ciudades aplicar las mejores prácticas mundiales
      • Transporte
      • Mejorar la gestión del tráfico.
      • Optimizar el uso de las vías
      • Mejorar la experiencia del usuario
      • Respuesta a situaciones críticas y desastres
      • Coordinar respuestas multi-agencia
      • Minimizar el impacto ante situaciones de crisis
      • Seguridad Pública
      • Prevenir y Predecir el crimen
      • Integrar y analizar información de inteligencia
      • Análisis avanzado de imagenes, texto y audio
      Más de 25 nuevos casos de uso basados en la visión de líderes inspiradores. Inspired By
    • 7. Cuidades inteligentes son aquellas que crean bienestar y crecimiento sustentable a través de… … incrementando el bienestar que proveen a sus habitantes generando la base para un crecimiento sostenible. Explotar la información para tomar mejores decisiones Anticiparse a los problemas resolviéndolos proactivamente Coordinación de recursos para operar eficientemente
    • 8. Del Cemento al Conocimiento “Moving from Cement to actionable insight” Angel Bertolotti Smarter Cities Advisory Team [email_address]

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