Realising the benefits of IoT in European cities

Industrial IoT

The 5th Annual Internet of Things European Summit Franci...
1. Smart Cities at a hand’s reach

2. Technology is not enough
3. The City as a Platform
The rise of the city
3.5+ Billion People today
80% Global GDP
Top 100 cities nearly 40%
23 Megacities 14%
60-80% Energy Co...
SOURCE: McKinsey Global Institute Cityscope 1.0, 2011
What kind of problem a city is?

Cities are natural systems that
evolve spontaneously
Smart cities at a hand’s reach
80 things per second connecting in 2013
100 things per second connecting in 2014
250+ thing...
The EU “Smart” Landscape…

SOURCE: Mapping Smart Cities in the EU, 2014
…is producing interesting results

Smart Santander
The not so good news

Smart City 2023
Technology is not enough…

The politics
of artefacts

Smart City
Economics

Understand what
data we need, and
the implicat...
“unhappy” cities in their own way
The __________ city?
Put your banner here!
How can smart cities become a reality?

Open
Platform

A true open
innovation ecosystem

1
4
FI-WARE is helping create an ecosystem
Streetlights
Public transportation
Parking
Traffic
Gardens Irrigation

Smartphone S...
We’ll have to work together before…

… we can reap the benefits
Thank-you ;-)
Join us: @fjjariego
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Smart cities 5th IoT European Summit Brussels march 2014

  1. 1. Realising the benefits of IoT in European cities Industrial IoT The 5th Annual Internet of Things European Summit Francisco Jariego Telefonica Digital
  2. 2. 1. Smart Cities at a hand’s reach 2. Technology is not enough 3. The City as a Platform
  3. 3. The rise of the city 3.5+ Billion People today 80% Global GDP Top 100 cities nearly 40% 23 Megacities 14% 60-80% Energy Consumption 6.3 Billion People in 2050 “China will build the equivalent of New York every other year for 20 years”
  4. 4. SOURCE: McKinsey Global Institute Cityscope 1.0, 2011
  5. 5. What kind of problem a city is? Cities are natural systems that evolve spontaneously
  6. 6. Smart cities at a hand’s reach 80 things per second connecting in 2013 100 things per second connecting in 2014 250+ things per second connection in 2020 50 Billion connected things in 2050
  7. 7. The EU “Smart” Landscape… SOURCE: Mapping Smart Cities in the EU, 2014
  8. 8. …is producing interesting results Smart Santander
  9. 9. The not so good news Smart City 2023
  10. 10. Technology is not enough… The politics of artefacts Smart City Economics Understand what data we need, and the implications on privacy and personal autonomy How to build new and sustainable business models on an already existing city ecosystem
  11. 11. “unhappy” cities in their own way
  12. 12. The __________ city? Put your banner here!
  13. 13. How can smart cities become a reality? Open Platform A true open innovation ecosystem 1 4
  14. 14. FI-WARE is helping create an ecosystem Streetlights Public transportation Parking Traffic Gardens Irrigation Smartphone Sensors Traffic incidences Public transportation Bikes renting Animal Pests Espoo Lisbon Smart Sevilla Surveillance media streams Fountains water healthiness Water consumption Noise Demography, Bikes renting Zaragoza Sabadell Las Palmas Public Transportation Cultural Events Demography Parking 1 5
  15. 15. We’ll have to work together before… … we can reap the benefits
  16. 16. Thank-you ;-) Join us: @fjjariego

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