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Mark Bradshaw, Zastepca Burmistrza Bristolu, "Czy jestem smart w planowaniu przestrzennym?"

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    Mark Bradshaw, Zastepca Burmistrza Bristolu, "Czy jestem smart w planowaniu przestrzennym?" Mark Bradshaw, Zastepca Burmistrza Bristolu, "Czy jestem smart w planowaniu przestrzennym?" Presentation Transcript

    • Smart City Bristol Cllr Mark Bradshaw Assistant Mayor and Cabinet Member for Transport, Planning, Strategic Houses and Regeneration
    • Bristol – challenges & opportunities • Population of 432,500 • 1 of fastest growing UK cities - 31% rise predicted by 2028 • Place where young people come to study & stay • Knowledge-rich businesses & entrepreneurial • Ambitious carbon targets – 40% reduction by 2020 • Inequalities in health and wealth • Increasing need for more jobs • Commuters from wide area
    • Bristol a Leading ‘Green Digital City’ • Top 20 European city by 2020 • Inclusive, green-digital economy • Digital Infrastructure - B-Net & UK Super Connected City • Green Digital Charter: – Green ICT – Smart City • Creative & integrated approach: • environment, digital & economic development • Bristol Smart City Programme won the Green Digital Charter Award – Best set of Green Digital Charter Pilot Projects
    • Smart City Bristol Report • The purpose of the report is: – An independent analysis of how smart city technologies can contribute to Bristol’s carbon reduction objectives – Benchmark Bristol against other world cities – Set of objective recommendations that will contribute to further emission reductions and provide city-wide economic benefits • Funded by DECC and available at http://www.slideshare.net/Bristolcc/bristol-smart-city-report-7579696
    • Smart City Bristol - Opportunities • Initial focus:  Smart Energy  Smart Transport  Smart Data • Moving into new areas through Future City Demonstrator
    • Smart Energy • Smart Metering: 3eHouses • Smart Grid: So La Bristol • Smart Spaces: reducing energy demand in public buildings using ICT • STEEP: smart energy master plan
    • Smart Transport • Traffic Control Centre • Freight Consolidation Centre • ICT services for Electric Vehicles Enhancing the User Experience (ICT4EVEU) Integrated Logistics Reducing Congestion
    • Smart Data • B-Open - Open Data Portal • Whose Data? – Knowle West Media Centre • Hello Lamp Post?– Watershed
    • Working in partnership
    • Citizens as co-producers of Bristol Smart City 3e Houses Project  The involvement of people - efficient but fun!  Creating a space for innovation – living labs
    • Success factors for a Smart City Smart Cities will have individual approaches, but key elements are:  Strong city leadership  Innovative use of technologies to tackle city challenges & opportunities  Stakeholder engagement - partnership models  Identify investment streams - business model  Strong citizen engagement  Continuity of purpose
    • Future City Demonstrator Bristol’s Future City Demonstrator £3m from UK TSB  Integration of multiple systems in novel ways to tackle city challenges  Platform that allows innovative companies, particularly SMEs, to test their ideas  Testing solutions in mobility on demand, personalisation in health and social care systems, city governance & future workplaces.
    • Collaborating on shared city solutions • We are open to new ideas and we are willing to learn from other places and contexts • We built our programme on principles of open collaboration and sharing and we would welcome the opportunity to hear about your experiences
    • Looking to the future “Bristol is fast becoming one of the UK’s most creative, smart, green and connected cities. In 2015 Bristol will be European Green Capital, staging an inspiring programme of events centred around the idea of Bristol as a Laboratory for Change” - George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol