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Working Group Smart Cities – Helsinki case study

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A case study from the FIREBALL project, reviewing the smart city readiness of Helsinki, Finland.

A case study from the FIREBALL project, reviewing the smart city readiness of Helsinki, Finland.

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  • 1. Orienteering in a smart city FIREBALL, Helsinki smart city case study Preview to data map concept 21.3.2012 Antti Poikola, Kim Viljanen, Pekka Koponen14.10.2008 Kaupunginjohtaja Jussi Pajunen
  • 2. FIREBALL Helsinki case study, in progress• Antti Poikola and Kim Viljanen have studied smartness of Helsinki• Based on interviews, from deputy mayor to NGOs• Selected smart city cases from Helsinki also briefly described• Essencial part of the study is the Data Map, a tool to study smartness of a city• Supported by Forum Virium Helsinki, Pekka Koponen9.10.2009 Jussi Pajunen
  • 3. The Data Map• Antti Poikola has collected information about what kind of data the city is processing• City of Helsinki has close to 1 000 databases to maintain• Metadata about the databases is enriched by keywords and transformed to a visual representation, the Data Map• Can be used as a tool to analyse and compare cities• What kind of information cities need to be able to operate? How are those databases organised? How does that reflect to the organisational structure of the city?9.10.2009
  • 4. 4 Organisation 1971 & 2011 – What has changed?
  • 5. Smart City strategyFocus areas City Development Openness and communality Availability of digital services Offices and enterprices Information Technology Management IT-efficiency and know-howProductivity and influence 5
  • 6. 9.10.2009 Jussi Pajunen
  • 7. Helsinki Data Map draft First glimpse of Helsinki. There are still uncharted territories. We might be forced to change the coordinate system… Health
  • 8. Helsinki Data Map draft Library
  • 9. Helsinki Data Map draft Access controll
  • 10. Helsinki Data Map draft Business Intelligens