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The Impact Report of Public Private Partnership by Youth Bandung (Jan 2020) is prepared by Future City Summit and Good City Foundation as part of the development program series "Public Private Partnership by Youth", hosted together with Bandung City Government, Tourism Board and Heritage Development Board, in January 2020.

The report also documentations the development and design process of digital heritage renewal and development plan as part of the urban development plan of the city. It captures the rough design plan of the Urban Data Lab as a consortium of technology companies, development organisations and the dedication of the Bandung City Government.

The Impact Report of Public Private Partnership by Youth Bandung (Jan 2020) is prepared by Future City Summit and Good City Foundation as part of the development program series "Public Private Partnership by Youth", hosted together with Bandung City Government, Tourism Board and Heritage Development Board, in January 2020.

The report also documentations the development and design process of digital heritage renewal and development plan as part of the urban development plan of the city. It captures the rough design plan of the Urban Data Lab as a consortium of technology companies, development organisations and the dedication of the Bandung City Government.

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  1. 1. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 1 IMPACT REPORT Public Private Partnership By Youth 2020 Bandung
  2. 2. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 2 02 The Design Flow Panel Discussion Urban Data Lab Design Jam Commitment for Urban Data Lab Roadmap for Urban Data Lab Documentation About Table of Contents 03 07 08 16 17 24 18 Future City Summit Bandung Public-Private Partnership by Youth Panel Discussion The Rebirth of Heritage Buildings in Emerging Asia The Role of Local Community in Fostering Creative Economy Data-Driven Smart City for Emerging Asia Keynote Session The Need of Bottom-Up Approach in Planning Urban Landscape for Emerging Asia Engaging Community in Building Smart City for Emerging Asia Cities
  3. 3. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 3 About - Future City Summit - Bandung, West Java - Public Private Partnership By Youth About
  4. 4. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 4 F uture City Summit (“FCS”) (Hong Kong Company Registration Number: 2545289) is a non-profit non governmental organisation based in Hong Kong founded in 2016 with the Global Partnership Seed Fund of The University of Hong Kong. FCS visions an acceleration of thinking of charismatic future cities through public and private partnership. The organisation has been operating with project series “Public Private Partnership by Youth '' with stakeholders including Social Youth Business Global, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Asian Development Bank and corporates such as KPMG. FCS annually hosts General Assembly to accommodate 200 stakeholders and guests from 24 countries from Asia, Africa and Europe, through which Emerging Future Cities Network is established for industry specific and geo-sociopolitics specific development. Future City Summit FUTURE CITY SUMMIT “an acceleration of thinking of charismatic future cities through public and private partnership”
  5. 5. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 5 B andung is the capital city of West Java province in Indonesia. Located just around 100 km from Jakarta, Bandung shows its robustness in economic and city development. Bandung is the fourth most populous city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bekasi, with over 2.5 million people living inside the city. Located more than 700 metres above sea level, Bandung has a cooler year-round temperature compared to other Indonesian cities. This makes Bandung a popular destination amongst domestic and international tourists. This attractiveness to the tourists also put Bandung as one of the main hub of creative economy cities in Indonesia.[1] The city of Bandung is famous for its heritage from the Dutch Colonial era. There are more than 1700 heritage buildings scattered around the city, both privately and publicly owned.[2] The heritage renewals project of Bandung has been kicking since a decade ago, with the target of increasing the number of tourists coming to Bandung. Under the current government of Bandung (Mayor Oded), the heritage renewal project is one of his main focuses. Bandung “Where the wonders of West Java begins” BAN DUNG
  6. 6. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 6 T he Public Private Partnership by Youth (“PPP by Youth'') initiates a series of programs taking place in designated emerging future cities through the collaboration of local government and Future City Summit. The initiative missions to address local needs through emerging young leaders from sectors and followed with funded implementation and capacity building programs by advisors of Future City Summit organization. Future City Summit is designed with a flow of knowledge to action transformation and a commitment process. Through a series of thought discussion and learning with keynote sessions (fireside chats), panel sessions, and then sharing of best practices FCS cultivates a cross- sectoral multistakeholder development and partnership model for emerging Asia. PPP BY YOUTH Public Private Partnership by Youth
  7. 7. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 7 - Keynote Session - Panel Discussion - Urban Data Lab Design Jam - Commitment for Urban Data Lab The Design FlowThe Design Flow
  8. 8. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 8 O ur Bandung PPP by Youth 2020 kicked off with a keynote session by one of our advisors, Richard Hsu. Richard is the co-founder, co-producer, co-curator, and creative director of Pan-Asia Network. Pan-Asia Network is a platform for people, especially from Asian countries, to collaborate with each other and create impact for the common goods. Pan-Asia Network aims to integrate technology, business, society, culture, education, and heritage so that it can achieve its goals in improving people’s wellness. Richard is also a TEDx ambassador to China of TEDx Shanghai. The Need of Bottom-Up Approach in Planning Urban Landscape for Emerging Asia Keynote Session Keynote Session 1 by Richard Hsu “
  9. 9. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 9 In his keynote speeches, Richard talked about how people with small scale ideas, whom he met from all around the world, have been able to create big impacts. These success stories are examples that bottom-up approach of development, putting people at the heart of it, is the way forward for our generation. He also underlined the importance of our generation creating big impacts for our community first. Without the wind of change from the youth and the local community, the development would be slower and stagnated. He sees the wind of change can be created by telling local unique stories, so that it can invite and attract talents from all around the world meeting local talents within every society.
  10. 10. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 10 O ur second keynote session was also done by one of our advisors, Vladimir Bataev. Bataev is an expert in smart and circular urban solutions, focusing on applying technology to urban environments. His main domain is the integration of transport, energy, and urban infrastructure with the help of ICT. Vladimir has been working on several projects around the world, namely in Malaysia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Finland, Italy, and Netherlands amongst others. Bataev’s keynote speech stated the importance of ICT integration with the development of the city. With megacities facing similar problems around the world, namely air and water pollution, waste management, traffic congestion, and floodings, ICT may help them in minimizing the negative impact of those problems facing the megacity. He also underlines the importance of ICT in levelling up the city. This can be done by improving public transportation, as well as traffic efficiency. This will create a whole better experience of the city for the people. Keynote Session 2 by Vladimir Bataev “ Engaging Community in Building Smart City for Emerging Asia Cities
  11. 11. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 11 B andung, as an Emerging Asia, has many heritage renewal projects. Sri and Rina, officials from Bandung City Government, stated that the heritage buildings were built mainly in the Dutch Colonialism era. The heritage renewal projects are now being done to increase the tourist numbers by improving the appearance of the city. In Bandung, alone, Sri stated that there are now policies implemented to incentivize the private heritage building owners, so that they can renew their buildings by themselves. The policy states that there is a 70 percent tax break to help the heritage building owners with their maintenance and renewal cost. The Rebirth of Heritage Buildings in Emerging Asia Panel Discussion From left to right: Calvin chua, Sri Susiagawati, Rina Oesman. Panel Discussion 1 by Calvin Chua, Sri Susiagawati, and Rina Oesman “
  12. 12. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 12 In renovating the heritage buildings, Calvin also give his insight. For him, the most important value of the buildings is the historical value. This is the first value to be preserved when talking about renewing a heritage building. Secondly, another important value of the heritage buildings is visual value. How can this be preserved so that it doesn’t change the appearance significantly. After those two values are preserved and the buildings are renewed, the next question is the maintenance. Would there be any negative impact to the heritage buildings if it is used as a tourism destination? This question would be uniquely answered depending on the quality of the building itself. The government should have the ability to check whether the building is able to be used as a tourism destination.
  13. 13. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 13 I n integrating the local community to foster the creative economy, Sanny Megawati, official from Bandung government, stated that Bandung has a comprehensive approach called “Pentahelix Approach”, with academia, media, government, community, and business integrates with each other. Megawati believes that this approach would take the Bandung economy forward, with the people at its heart of development. Sanny Megawati also stated that the Bandung government is now working with UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN), after becoming a member of it since 2015, in developing Bandung’s creativity. Each year, the Bandung government focuses on a few specific sub- sectors of the creative economy, so that the government can focus on developing each sub- sector annually. Panel Discussion 2 by Richard Hsu and Sanny Megawati The Role of Local Community in Fostering Creative Economy From left to right: Richard Hsu, Sanny Megawati. “
  14. 14. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 14 In fostering the creative economy of Bandung, Richard puts so many insights into the Bandung government. First and the most important thing is the Bandung government has to be able to position itself amongst Indonesia cities. This will give a clearer picture of Bandung, as a secondary city, in complementing the major cities like Jakarta or Surabaya, as well as standing up for its own as an independent city. He also gives insight about how Bandung can understand the regionalism of Indonesia. Bandung, with its unique factors, should understand the regionalism of Indonesia. Bandung can position itself as a hub for creative economy in West Java, Java, or Indonesia. The most important thing is how it should firstly understand the regional identity in Indonesia, then position itself accordingly.
  15. 15. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 15 D ata plays a big role in shaping our society today. With data, the development of a city can be accelerated through the implementation of ICT. This concept is famously known as Smart City. As a concept, Smart City is not new anymore. But the limited implementation of it across Indonesia cities, with Bandung as no exception, means there are rooms for improvement there. With data, as Bataev emphasized, that can give a clearer picture about which policies should be implemented to tackle Bandung’s problems. This can give more efficiency in the policies taken by the government. Precious Silva also gave insight about how digitalization of a society can help improving their quality of life. She brings the example of PearlPay that digitizes the rural banks of the Philippines. Before, the people in rural areas could only rely on conventional bank accounts. Now, with PearlPay, more and more people have mobile access to its own bank account via its smartphones. This is an example of digitalization that can be executed in Bandung, especially in its Greater Bandung areas. Panel Discussion 3 by Zaki Yamani, Vladimir Bataev, and Precious Silva Data-Driven Smart City for Emerging Asia From left to right: Zaki Yamani, Vladimir Bataev, and Precious Silva. “
  16. 16. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 16 Urban Data Lab Design Jam T he Urban Data Lab Design Jam was a two-day long hackathon, aiming to innovate the Urban Data Lab concept that will be executed in Bandung, with cooperation of Bandung City Government. The ultimate goal of the Urban Data Lab Design Jam is to create a co-working that is not only for startups, but also inclusive to the local and youth community of Bandung. This concept of Urban Data Lab also needs to integrate Bandung’s local culture and heritage. The judge for the hackathon was Richard Hsu and a representative from Bandung City Government. There are five teams that work for the design jam. At the end, Richard, as the head of the judges, decided that all the concepts will be integrated to the executed plan of Urban Data Lab.
  17. 17. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 17 O ur PPP by Youth in Bandung ended with a closing ceremony by the vice mayor of Bandung City. This is celebrated with a commitment statement given by Good City Foundation to the Bandung Government. This commitment includes the plan of developing Urban Data Lab in Bandung. This Lab would be run both by Good City Foundation and Bandung City Government after all the process has finished. The Urban Data Lab will tackle main challenges faced by the Bandung Government, especially but not limited to, the development of tourism, creative economy, and heritage renewal projects. Urban Data Lab will focus on the usage of data in enhancing Bandung’s development as a city. Good City Foundation will also work with several stakeholders and partners in developing Urban Data Lab. Commitment for Urban Data Lab
  18. 18. Roadmap for Urban Data Lab Roadmap for Urban Data Lab PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 18 - Urban Data Lab - Vision of Urban Transformation
  19. 19. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 19 Urban Data Lab U rban Data Lab is a defined as a development project established between Good City Foundation(“Future City Summit”) and Bandung Tourism Board, City Government, as a sustainability implementation upon Development Program “Public Private Partnership by Youth Bandung 2020” in January 2020, with the initial Commitment Letter presented by Good City Foundation(“Future City Summit”) to the Bandung Tourism Board. The Urban Data Lab is a development project as first a consortium of technology and digital companies and related ventures and organisations in alliance as a bundle of urban solutions to address the urban digital infrastructure transformation in the emerging city of Bandung. The alliance(namely “Garuda Digital Alliance”) and other relevant and invited partners shall together build the sustainability model, financially and socially, on the digitalisation of the relevant domains in the city as a part of smart city development, echoing also relevant development agenda of Bandung City such as “Braga and Beyond” and others. With the implementation and formation of relevant alliance and consortium, Museum Kota Bandung is the first sponsored and partnership heritage building provided by the City Government for alliance and consortium implementation, urban solutions showcase and as a urban digitalisation demonstration and model experiment lab, hereby “lab” refers to policy consolidation, business modeling, stakeholder and impact evaluation and advancement. As a whole the working consortium and the heritage building(old and the new building) provision serves as a digital transformation model, the Urban Data Lab visions to develop as a heart and brain of the city for basing central big urban data and hence the related internet of things and urban analysis.
  20. 20. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 20 Vision of Urban Transformation The Urban Data Lab in Bandung City hereby visions “Digital Bandung City with Greater Design for Lifestyle”, with the following missions and objectives: Nurture smart governance, industry policy and young leaders in various urban digital communities. Aggregating digital urban solutions for digital urban transformation, implementing urban internet of things(IoT) and smart urban governance with industries through big urban data. Leveraging existing heritage buildings in Bandung City for heritage economy transformation, incorporating with design and media industries in the city for heritage economy activation. 1 2 3
  21. 21. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 21 Heritage Building Outlook Heritage Building Interior Museum Kota Bandung has been a national level heritage building with preservation of National Heritage Board and City Government of Bandung City. With the idle of other 1,600+ heritage buildings, the City Government of Bandung faces development challenges of how they can be better utilised for economic development in society. Google Map Location: https://goo.gl/maps/cEycrRuFXLfatpx77 While the heritage buildings have been mostly utilised for exhibitions and art galleries only, Bandung City has been relying on tourism, art and design industries, the now face a digital challenge: How could such idle heritage buildings be better upgraded as a more digitised city as planned and hence a smart urban data would capture a better master planning of the city economy?
  22. 22. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 22 Good City Foundation Indonesia Garuda Fund Urban Data Lab (Heritage renewal) Affordable Housing Partner 4 Telecommunications Company Rural Banks Digital Payment Partner Education Technology Partner Household Digital Payment Partner Basic Model of Urban Data Lab Heritage Digital Infrastructure for All - Connecting Urban, Affordable Housing Estates and Rural Econoomy with Creativity 12 3 The First Pilot Project in Bandung Co-working Model And Digital Transformation Venture Acceleration Garuda Digital Alliance Free Internet Access with the Use of Rural Banks Digital Payment Applications Affordable Household Customer Acquisition Technology Backbone Access to Household Customers Pilot Site of Affordable Housing Estates and Households Telcom Service and Facilities Sponsoship Provision of Student Facilities And Student Access 5
  23. 23. PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 23 The Urban Data Lab Model as a model would continue to expand with a series of urban solutions, venture incubation and digital acceleration of the city. 5 Garuda Digital Alliance as the pilot project partnership with the implementation of the 10Ha of land for affordable housing estates in Bandung City, under the operation and management of Urban Data Lab. 4 Urban Data Lab is a local operating and execution core for bridging relevant operation and implementation resources and partnership. It also managed the revitalisation of the heritage building provided by the City Government. 3 Good City Foundation Indonesia is a local non profit development organisation for mobilizing global network of a wide spectrum of stakeholders, including corporates, private sectors, government public sectors and investors. 1 Garuda Fund as the local operating and execution party for adopting the resources obtained and human network aggregated to operate the Urban Data Lab in Bandung City. Model Particular 2
  24. 24. DocumentationDocumentation PPP BY YOUTH 2020 | 24
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  27. 27. Good City Foundation HQ Room 1504, Righteous Centre, Nathan Road, Koqloon, Hong Kong SAR medium.com/@futurecitysummitFuture City Summit @ future.city.summit

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