Grazia Concilio & Francesca Rizzo, phd Dipartimento di Architettura e Pianificazione Politecnico di Milano
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Human driven smart city concept in bologna, PERIPHERIA-project

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Grazia Concilio & Francesca Rizzo, phd Dipartimento di Architettura e Pianificazione Politecnico di Milano Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Human Smart SERVICESTHE DESIGN OF CitiesExperimenting between Planning andDesigning
  • 2. Smart Cities the mainstream Smart cities predict the convergence of smartinformation and communication technologies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of urban systems and services. They have long been promised great things: more energy efficient power grids, an end totraffic jams and even rubbish bins that let you know when theyre full.
  • 3. Human Smart CitiesLiquid socio technical systems where citizens,institutions, private actors ….interact in a mesh of flows and dynamic artifacts to solve everyday problems by making reliable solutions
  • 4. Addressing the Human Smart CitiesStarting from micro-experimentations (solving the problem) up-scaling Towards macro-transformations (addressing the vision)
  • 5. Networkingsmartness drivers that address the vision
  • 6. Smartness driversPrototypes (processes, projects and solutions at different stages)developed in the context by activating vast and complex participatory processesInteractions between people, things and places lie at the centre of the Human Smart City
  • 7. Smartness drivers common treats A clear shared vision A clear socio-cultural situatedness A strategic orientationAn dynamic technological platform (the enabler)
  • 8. Changing the way the citymoves
  • 9. BikeMI
  • 10. RadioBus
  • 11. CarPooling
  • 12. CarSharing
  • 13. Electrical Cars
  • 14. Design for Human Smart Cities Think in systemic way: Starting from real problems Knowing the context Developing a vision (a possible future) Boosting complex participatory processes to share the vision
  • 15. Design for Human Smart Cities Adopt a strategic approach: Co-designing with a large partnership the reliable solutions Engaging citizens in becoming part of the solutions Developing sustainable business models for the envisioned solutions (scaling up)
  • 16. THE DESIGN OF SERVICESThank you !Grazia Concilio, Francesca RizzoGrazia.concilio@polimi.it, francesca.rizzo@polimi.it