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Arup smart cities. An overview regarding the impact smart cities will have on economic development, resource efficiency and great places to live and work.

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    Arup smart cities issue 1 Arup smart cities issue 1 Presentation Transcript

    • Running on Information
      http://www.arup.com/Publications/Smart_Cities.aspx
      Volker.Buscher@arup.com
      Director | Smart Cities
      +44 20 7755 2352
    • CHINA
      U.S.A.
      EUROPE
      INDIA
      TOTAL TONNES OF CO2 EMISSIONS (BN)
      Energy Information Administration
      12
      10
      8
      6
      4
      2
      0
      2030
      2020
      2010
      2000
      1990
      1980
    • 1900
      7.91
      1950
      5.15
      2005
      2.02
      1987
      2.60
      2030
      1.69
      2050
      1.44
      OurShrinking Earth
      YEAR
      Hectares of Land Per Capita
    • economic development
      great places to live and work
      http://www.istockphoto.com/
    • drivers of change
      economic development
      great places to live and work
      environmental considerations
      http://www.istockphoto.com/
    • The City as a System
      Community
      Water
      People
      Energy
      Mobility
      Logistics
      smart cities
      Food
      Information that enables cities to be better managed, more resource efficient and maintain high quality of life.
      Waste
      Image: Arup smart cities
    • Technology as driver of change
      DRAFT
      Reference ShaSpa and Digital Strom Architecture
      Arup Instrumenting Resource Systems
      http://www.istockphoto.com/
    • Big data
      The instrumentation of utilities, transport and public spaces will create large and valuable data set.
    • Financing smart cities
      The macroeconomic argument for smart cities is clear, but how will stakeholders invest.
    • city basics
    • Specific Feedback
      transparent properties
      low2No Helsinki
      Arup / Experentia Low2No
    • smart mobility
      SFPark, San Francisco
    • real time environment
      Urban EcoMap, City of San Francisco/Cisco
    • citizen 2.0
      AcrossAir, London
      http://www.acrossair.com/
    • civic-scale smart meter
      The CLOUD, London
      Example for WOW factor
    • Open data
      London Datastore
      http://data.london.gov.uk/
    • dynamic utilities
      energy – water - waste