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Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
Smart City Platforms in Japan
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Smart City Platforms in Japan

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  • 1. 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Smart City Platforms in Japan J. Yamada 16 November 2012 Service Evolution Labs., Yokosuka Nippon Telegraph and Telephone CorporationCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved
  • 2. Contents 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Smart Cities and Communities in Japan • Smart Grid: On-going trials in Japan • After 3.11 and Smart meter • Smart Mobility Related activities in NTT group • Smart “of” and “by” NTT • Smart Community by NTTCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 1
  • 3. Background 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin • Advances and More Applications of ICT Technologies • Ecology: Anti Global Warming, Anti Pollution • Strict Energy Availabilities • More People, More Vehicles, … • Very Quick Progress of Aging • Needs of New Industries Furthermore after 3.11 in Japan • Very high demands of decrease of electricity IN JAPAN: “Future City” initiative has been implemented as one of the 21 Japanese national strategic projects of the “New Growth Strategy" approved by the Japanese http://futurecity.rro.go.jp/en/ cabinet June 2010.Copyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 2
  • 4. Smart Cities/Communities 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin ENERGY TRANSPORT Office/Home/Vehicle Efficiency/Convenience Distribution/Generation Safety Saving/Control ADMINISTRATION ECOLOGY National/Regional Office/Home/Vehicle Efficiency/Convenience Distribution/Generation Openness/Federation Saving/Control Privacy/Security HEALTH/MEDICAL SERVICES EDUCATION Efficiency/Convenience Computation: Efficiency/Convenience Analytics Openness/Federation Openness/Federation Safety/Privacy/Security Optimization Control More Data/Information Demand Communication NW Groups Videos Appliances People Sensors Groups Vehicles Social Medias Devices Grids Roads PlantsCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 3
  • 5. 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Smart Grid: On-going Trials in JapanCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 4
  • 6. Smart Grid: Four Major Trials in Japan 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin YOKOHAMA City: CO2 -24% (2014/2005) Local Energy Grid in “Minato-Mirai” including HEMS/BEMS/EV 27kW Solar Energy, Use Heat/Unused Energies 4,000 Smart Houses, 2,000 EVs http://jscp.nepc.or.jp/en/ TOYOTA City: CO2 -30% (2014/2005) Local Energy Management of Electricity and Heat Demand-Response for 70 Houses 3,100 NG EVs including V2H/V2G KITAKYUSHU City: CO2 -25% (2014/2005) Real-time management through Smart meters KeiHanNa area: CO2 -20(Home)/30%(TRansport) in 70 Offices, 200 Houses (2014/2005) Demand-side management over HEMS/BEMS Smart Taps control electric home appliance Grid connection to “Yawata Steel Works” to visualization and demand-controlCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved Use electricity from multiple sources 5
  • 7. Private Smart Grid and Tohoku Area Projects 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Private Trials Projects in the Earthquake Restoration Area: by Japanese Electric Industries mostly related on the subjects on energy Smart Grids: •Amagasaki •Wakayama •Ohfuna The Earthquake Restoration Area 石巻 Distributed Energy Management Sys.: •Hitachi 山元町 Smart Community: Sustainable Smart Town: 会津大学 •Ibaraki •FujisawaCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 6
  • 8. 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin After 3.11 and Smart MeterCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 7
  • 9. After 3.11: Electricity Generations and Consumptions 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, BerlinNuclear Electricity in Japan After 3.11: Almost no reactors has been 810 kWh operational, strict electricity savings have http://www.fepc.or.jp/nuclear/state/setsubi/index.html been required, and installed. The maximum electricity generated in summer 2010, 2011, and 2012: NUCLEAR c.30-40% http://www.fepc.or.jp/about_us/pr/pdf/20120914_s1.pdf As of 31 Mar. 2010 IN OPERATION 54 Reactors 48.847GW The maximum electricity in 2011/12 is reduced to c.88% to that in 2010.Copyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 8
  • 10. After 3.11: Smart Meter Installations 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin In Japan, the smart grid/meter installation has been discussed and planed prior to 3.11 (e.g., the four major trials), but it has become more necessary for smarter energy generations, distributions, and consumptions. Smart meter installation is strongly needed and now in underway. July 2011, the Japanese government determined to install smart meters for the users which consume 80% of electricity within 5 years: each electricity providers and any related organizations are working for achieving the goal. Electricity companies Current status of smart-meter introductions: and PPSs are tackling. Maxmu Supply # of Meters Meter Functionalities Connectivity I/F every 30mins. (100%) connected >500kW demand monitor via fibre networks 50,000 standardized (by de fact?) every 30mins. (c.90%) not yet >50kW demand monitor (PPSs via 3G etc.) 700,000 mostly mechanical (90%) under investigations, <50kW not yet only accumulation. and standardizations 77,000,000 New Electric Meter can http://www.meti.go.jp/committee/sougouenergy/sougou/ measure every 30 mins./ denryoku_system_kaikaku/002_s01_01_03.pdf be remotely controlled.Copyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 9
  • 11. 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Smart MobilityCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 10
  • 12. Smart Mobility: VICS, ETC and ITS Spot 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, BerlinThe Number of Four-Wheeled Vehicles 2002-2012 RESULTS: ETC (Electric Tolling Collection system)http://autoinfoc.com/hoyu/kokunaihoyu/hy-kokunaiihoyu-1.html VICS (Vehicle Information and Communication System) http://www.mlit.go.jp/road/road_e/pdf/chapter02.pdf 75.6M Brief History of ITS in Japan - 1995 Launch 1st stage : Implementation - 2004 ITS Japan both employed c.87-88% 2nd stage : Deployment integrated and advanced: ITS Spot for Safety, Efficient & Green, Easy to Use - 2010 ITS Japan ITS General Strategy 2015 for Sustainable Mobility ITU Standard: DSRC Copyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 11
  • 13. 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Smart of and by NTTCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 12
  • 14. NTT R&D : ICT for a Smart Future 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, BerlinSmarter everyday life and work Smarter global activitiesICT as a tool not to explicitly retrieve ICT to enable more efficient, seamless,information but to provide smartly most and integrated platforms for globalappropriate and needed information activities.automatically and intelligently to enrichand improve everyday life and work. NTT R&D aims to realize a Smart Future by the ICT technologies applicable widely and deeply in our society.Smarter communications Smarter environmentICT not to transmit information ICT not to load environment lower butmechanically between limited to realize the society with totally loweracquainted people but to exchange impacts on environment.richer information between more peoplein smart ways.Copyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 13
  • 15. Electricity Savings of and by NTT Group 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, BerlinReduction of Electricity ConsumptionNTT Group Consumes about 8.6-7 x 10^2 TWhas CSR says.http://www.ntt.co.jp/csr/2012report/ecology/activity01.htmlNTT (Group) reduces its electricity consumption,provides services, platforms, infrastructures andadvanced technologies enabling electricityreduction. DC with PUE=1.02R&D Subjects Home Clouds Communications• Services and Construction over Clouds Business Data Centres• Cloud Construction/Operation Solutions• HEMS/BEMS• Home NW, HGW• M2M/Big Data, Social Media,• Fuel Cell Battery, 380V DC Supply, Efficient Cooling Designs, Constructions, Managements of• etc. Solar Power System Data Centre Green IT Building Business Continuation Plan Green ConsultingCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 14
  • 16. 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Smart Community by NTTCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 15
  • 17. Smart Community from NTT’s View 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin EMS from BMS to Smart Community EMS via Green Cloud EMS with more optimized Energy Generation, Distribution and Consumption Smart community with Resilient Infrastructures Green Cloud DC/Virtual/Security Communication NW Energy Generators /Providers Information Smart Community NW ServicesEV Last One Mile Energy GridCommunication Smart Building MeterNW Operators Service GW Home ICT HGW HGW HEMS EVSE EV Fuel Cell Infrastructure Smart Smart House Shelters Generate/Store for Smart EV Building /Office EnergyCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 16
  • 18. Smart Community Projects by NTT Group 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, BerlinNTT Group has lead projects to employing the technologies developed by R&D andthe solutions of wide aspects built by NTT Group members: mostly on HEMS, BEMSand Smart Community.The projects are expected to work as virtuous cycles between the market. The “CEMS-PF” Project HEMS Aggregator Electricity Services Companies Tohoku Area: The Earthquake CEMS PF / Cloud Restoration Network (incl. M2M) Tokyo and HGW Urban Areas: Homes/Offices ECHONET Lite Western Area: Regional Vitalizations HEMS BEMS EVSECopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 17
  • 19. Smart Community Projects by NTT Group 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin In the Earthquake Restoration Area, the projects to implement and to research smart communities accompanying with their restoration are underway. NTT Group participates them with the cooperation with local communes in the areas and the other organizations. Miyako City Smart R&D for Community/ New Industry BEMS/HEMS Generation Installation by ITC Sendai City Yamamoto-cho Smart Grid Communication I/F InstallationCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 18
  • 20. Informative Town 3rd FOKUS FUSECO FORUM 16-Nov-2012, Berlin Ample information is prepared, organized, provided, suggested for people’s conveniences, ambiences, usefulness etc. The information can be provided by and gathered from the others, generated by organization, estimation, … Some projects with NTT’s corporations are planned in Western Japan. Weather forecast Translate: Welcome current offers: Reputation: 100m to your destinationCopyright © 2012 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation All Rights Reserved 19

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