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VP ENoLL, Jarmo Eskelinen at the European Parliament, Brussels, October 11th at the 3rd Innovation Summit

VP ENoLL, Jarmo Eskelinen at the European Parliament, Brussels, October 11th at the 3rd Innovation Summit

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  • 1. Future  Internet  –  Smart  Ci/es  –   Coming  Your  Way   Jarmo  Eskelinen,  vice  president,  ENoLL   Wrap-­‐up   3rd  European  Innova/on  Summit   European  Parliament  
  • 2. Ci#es  as  a  service  Picture:    io9      
  • 3. 1 mobile cloud - ubiquitous access. 3
  • 4. 2 location – mark, tag, purchase.
  • 5. 3 always-on – shared lives.
  • 6. the sweet point – tech, speed, patterns …our use patterns match the toolsPic: UIAH Crucible Studio, 2006
  • 7. Pilar  del  Cas#llo,  MEP  &  EIF  chair  •  Ci/es  as  a  Service  •  Digitaliza/on  as  the  tool   –  produc/vity  &  new  services  •  Digital  Agenda  2020  tackles  the  challenges  
  • 8. Constan#n  van  Oranje-­‐Nassau  •  Europe  is  lagging  behind  in  the  ICT  innova/on  baNle  •  Game  changes  fast  –  Europe  has  an  opportunity  •  Challenges:     –  Fragmented  digital  market   –  Broadband  inequality   –  Access  to  finance  •  Digital  agenda  2020  tackles  the  challenges  •  Regional  and  city  level  is  crucial  
  • 9. José  Jiménez,  Telefonica  •  Why  Smart  ci/es?     –  Regions  are  the  key  for  development  –  mutual   dependancy   –  Connected  city  services  benefit  a  lot  from  ICT  •  Why  Europe  –  not  singular  ci/es?   –  We  need  to  create  interoperable  services  –  a  standard  •  Why  the  plaWorm?   –  We  need  the  input  from  the  ci/es  &  ci/zens   –  Open  plaWorm  is  the  base  for  open  collabora/on  
  • 10. Alvaro  Oliveira,  ENoLL  •  Concord  –  Future  Internet  PPP  coordina/on     –  collabora/on  &  stakeholder  engagement   –  FI-­‐PPP  +  Users  +  Ci/es  &  Regions  +  SME’s   –  Large-­‐scale  trials   –  interoperability  beyond  tech   –  Par/cipa/on  –  communi/es,  SME’s,  people   Ø Living  Labs  are  the  key  tool     –  bridge  between  the  technology  and  the  users  
  • 11. Smart Cities of the Future. Tomorrow.
  • 12. Peter  Fatelnig,  EU  commission,  DG  Infso  •  Why  ci/es?   –  Ci/es  make  sense:  economies  of  output  &  scale   –  The  places  to  develop,  test  &  deploy  new  technologies   –  Digitaliza/on  as  the  produc/vity  tool  –  public  services   –  The  next  step:  the  (interoperable)  urban  opera?ng  system  •  Future  internet:  func/onal,  standardised   plaWorm  for  smart  city  service  development  
  • 13. FI-­‐WARE  –  Jose  Jimenez,  Telefonica  •  Ci/es  and  ICT  need  each  other  •  Open  &  standardized  solu/on  –  “Urban  OS”  •  FI  PPP:   –  Internet  to  business   –  Open  applica/on  plaWorm   –  Large  scale  trials  with  real  users  •  Connec/on  is  the  key     –  Between  the  city  &  ci/zens,  publishers  &  seekers   –  Open  architecture  and  opera/ve  so_ware   •  Services  –  Cloud  –  IoT  –  Support  services  >  marketplace  
  • 14. FI-­‐WARE  –  Jose  Jimenez,  Telefonica  •  Services  marketplace  •  From  data  to  informa/on  •  Interface  to  the  network  and  the  informa/on  •  Security,  privacy  and  trust    Standardized  –  Open  -­‐  Evolu#on  
  • 15. Outsmart  -­‐  Mirko  Presser,  Alexandra  •  Retrofiang,  not  building  new  •  Outsmart:  essen/al  services   –  Water,  energy,  mobility,  waste  &  the  environment  •  Open  Data  meets  the  Internet  of  Things   –  Transport  –  smart  mobility   –  Waste  management   –  Smart  meters   –  Water  &  environment  
  • 16. Instant  Mobility  –  Paul  Kompfer  •  Connec/ng  the  mobility  -­‐  with  informa/on   –  Traveller:  Real-­‐/me  journey  assistant   –  Car:  Sustainable  car  –  “personal  slot”   –  Public  transport:  flexible  public  transport   –  Delivery:  intelligent  loading  services   –  Traffic  infrastructure:  system  op/miza/on  with   mashed-­‐up  traffic  informa/on  –  collabora/on  with   the  cars  •  Intelligent  mobility  plaWorm,  next  G  networks,   context  aware  services,  iden/ty  mgmt  
  • 17. Safecity  –  Judith  Pertejo  Lopez  •  Security  and  safety  in  European  ci/es   –  Non-­‐commercial  approach   –  All  aspects  of  security   •  Video  surveillance  analysis   •  Real-­‐/me  tracking   •  Data  collec/on  for  situa/onal  awareness   •  Interoperability    -­‐  cloud,  on-­‐line   –  Six  ci/es  involved  
  • 18. Key  points  -­‐  Peter  Fatelnig    •  Unique:  FI  PPP  is  a  common  shared  vision   between  the  commission  &  the  industry  •  Users  are  an  integral  part  of  the  FI  PPP  •  FI  PPP  is  an  innova&on  machine  •  FI  PPP  is  an  open  ini/a/ve  
  • 19. Kuvapaikka  Smart cities of the Future. Now. Mahdollinen kuvateksti. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit
  • 20. Smart  Ci#es  of  the  Future.  Now  –  Per  Blixt  •  Open  Innova/on  for  future  internet-­‐based   services  in  smart  ci/es  –  CIP  call  &  pilots   –  User-­‐driven  open  innova/on  ecosystems   –  Cross-­‐border  smart  city  networks   –  Innova/ve  internet-­‐based  services  •  From  services  to  plaWorms  >  cri/cal  mass  
  • 21. Key  Ques#ons  •  Concrete  benefits  for  the  ci/es?  •  Can  driven  open  innova/on  lead  to  real  impact?  •  How  to  proceed  from  Smart  Ci/es  to  Smart  Regions?  •  How  to  improve  policy  coherence?     –  Framework  Programme  -­‐  European  Regional  Development      
  • 22. Smart  Ci#es  of  the  Future.  Now  -­‐  panel  -­‐  Esteve  Almirall,  ESADE,  Open  Ci?es  -­‐  Jean-­‐Paul  Judson,  PACA  region  -­‐  Dave  Carter,  Smart  Ci?es  PorJolio  WG  -­‐  Pieter  Ballon,  IBBT-­‐SMIT,  VUB  /  EPIC  -­‐  Michael  Nilsson,  CDT,  LTU  /  FIREBALL        
  • 23. Porfolio  projects  •  Open  Ci/es   –   service  interoperability;  open  data,  crowdsourcing,   broadband…  •  EPIC     –  European  plaWorm  for  intelligent  ci/es   –  Web  as  a  local  plaWorm  -­‐    urban  environment  as  an   innova/on  plaWorm   –  Cloud  based  services  –  urban  web  services  –  local   communi/es  
  • 24. Porfolio  projects  •  Pacalabs   –  From  smart  ci/es  to  smart  regions     –  Innova/on  is  challenging  under  economic  pressures   –  Innova/on  through  involvement  –  role  of  policy  makers  •  SmartIP   –  Ci/zen  journalists  &  geeks  
  • 25. Data & informationaccess Location Services 27 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  • 26. Physical Environmentreal & virtual worlds Ubiquitous Network Environment Mobile Access 28 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  • 27. Content and Designcontent and service pull Business Technology models 29 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  • 28. Communitiesuser centricity Technology Services 30 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  • 29. Public servicesservice platforms Commercial Community services services 31 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  • 30. Ci#es  as  a  service  Picture:    io9      
  • 31. THANK  YOU!