TNO Smarter Cities

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TNO Presentation for Southern China University of Technology on Smart Cities

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TNO Smarter Cities

  1. 1. TNO Smart Cities initiativeYusen Chen, Senior Research Scientist Smart MobilityDon Guikink, Senior Consultant Smart Cities
  2. 2. 1Topics TNO Themes and Innovation Areas TNO Smart Cities Concept TNO in National & EU Activities on Smart Cities
  3. 3. 2Themes and Innovation Areas
  4. 4. TNO Smart Cities ConceptSmart City = Smart Organisation and Smart Evolution A Smart City is a dynamic ecosystem of citizens, authorities, companies and research centres that cooperate to develop products and services to foster innovation with the aim to develop an attractive, competitive and sustainable city
  5. 5. TNO Smart Cities ConceptSmart City = Smart Organisation and Smart Evolution A Smart City is a dynamic ecosystem of citizens, authorities, companies and research centres that cooperate to develop products and services to foster innovation with the aim to develop an attractive, competitive and sustainable city
  6. 6. TNO Smart Cities Concept
  7. 7. TNO Smart Cities ApproachAn integrated approach • Trans-sectoral • Multidisciplinaryin cooperation • Innovative combinations • Shared valueleading to solutions with measureable impacts • “City Dashboard” • Ex-ante/Ex-post evaluations • Smart use of data http://www.provo.org
  8. 8. Groningen/Assen: • Smart City Infrastructure • Localised Health Services (age-friendly environment) • Sensor City Mobility Amsterdam – Almere: • Governance and Innovation Powerhouse • Self-sustaining neighbourhoods • Smart Networks – waste, energy, water • Big data value centreDen Haag:• Localised Health Services• Smart crowd and crisis management• Environmental & social quality Rotterdam: • Self-sustaining neighbourhoods • Localised Health Services • Multi-modal, local logistics • Smart Networks – waste, Eindhoven / Hemond: energy, water • Dutch Test Site for Cooperative Mobility (DITCM) • High Tech Automotive Campus
  9. 9. TNO in EU Activities related to Smart Cities ENERGY MOVE RTD CONNECT Cross-thematic & -sector JPIs Other EIT KICs EU Networks
  10. 10. ExamplesUrban Strategy Tool Visualisation of the effect of new buildings, roads, etc on mobility flow, emissions and noise. What is the effect on mobility when a road will be blocked, a tunnel will temporarily be closed for maintenance, etc. Used for analyses of infrastructural projects for and prediction of effects Near real-time model response for collaborative exploration and decision making <- road intensity Noise intensity->
  11. 11. ExamplesGreen Multi Criteria Dynamic Traffic Management:Safety – traffic flow – emissions + air quality REAL TIME monitoring & control with high frequency Noise, Traffic flow, Emissions. Ability to directly react on situation by changing e.g. traffic lights. See the impact on the whole city or city area. Find the best scenario with the best combination of noise, traffic flow and emissions <- Real time emissions per road segment Scenarios ->
  12. 12. ExamplesInformation services (KATE) Smart phone app for personal trip advisory, based on your agenda Visibility for public authorities and companies regarding travel behaviour This info can be used to improve the mobility services, like Park and Ride facilitiesConstruction Logistics In urban areas there is a need for smart solutions to deliver or remove good from the city centres in combined, time independent way. TNO has tools for Smart Logistics and steering mechanisms
  13. 13. ExamplesSmart City Travelling
  14. 14. ExamplesSmart City Travelling Smart City Travelling 0 0. Planning your trip
  15. 15. ExamplesSmart City Travelling Smart City Travelling 0 1 1. Vehicle charged (enough)
  16. 16. ExamplesSmart City Travelling Smart City Travelling 0 1 3 4 2. Emissions monitored 3. Real time travel information 4. Optimised traffic lights 2 4
  17. 17. ExamplesSmart City Travelling Smart City Travelling 0 1 3 4 5. Parking space booked / available 6. Onward journey by public transport (etc) 5 2 4 6Special thanks to: Joost Adriaanse, Ewoud Werkman
  18. 18. Unlimited Possibilites www.TNO.nl
  19. 19. Links to Living Labs in the Netherlands Clean Tech Delta Energy efficiency, water and deltatechnology, sustainable energy generation, sustainable mobility, efficiency of materials in regions Delft/Rotterdam (www.cleantechdelta.nl) Sensor City in Assen Innovation Platform for living lab Assen (www.sensorcity.nl) Sensor technology for mobility DITCM Dutch Integrated Test site Cooperative Mobility in Helmond ITS for mobility communication systems (www.ditcm.eu) Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam & Groningen Mobility, Healthcare & Environment Powermatching technologies Almere & Enschede Organisation & ICT

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