GIL 2014 Latin America - Smart Cities and Urban Mobility


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  • 1 main driver is urbanization, leads to need for smart and green2. Encompasses disparate industries such as healthcare, infrastructure, mobility and energy through industry convergence 3. Enabled by new platforms of connectivity as well as the social aspect – i.e. demand for customization, real time information, and comfort level with apps and tech
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  • GIL 2014 Latin America - Smart Cities and Urban Mobility

    1. 1. The Smart City and impact on Latin America
    2. 2. Agenda Mega Trends and the Smart City Necessity Drives Innovation: Why Cities Are Getting “Smarter” Urban Mobility Key Factor and Opportunity 2
    3. 3. Smart City as Extension of Key Mega Trends Mega Trends drive and are intertwined in the concept of a Smart City  Urbanization creates a need for a smarter city  Healthcare, Infrastructure, Energy and Mobility converge and connect disparate markets  Connectivity creates a platform for these markets to communicate and  New Social Trends demand customization, real time information, and enable a higher comfort level with technology Urbanization – City as a Customer Bricks and Clicks Future Infrastructure Development Smart is the New Green Innovating to Zero Health, Welln ess and Well Being Social Trends New Business Models: Value for Many Future of Mobility Connectivity and Convergence Beyond BRIC: The Next Game Changers Future of Energy 3
    4. 4. Necessity Drives Innovation 4
    5. 5. Mega Cities Mega Regions Mega Corridor Smart and Sustainable Cities 5
    6. 6. Mega Cities: By 2025, it is expected that 85.7% of the population (566.5 million people) in Latin America will be living in urban areas Bogota Population 2025: 11.4 million GDP 2025: $298.0 billion Guadalajara Population 2025: 5.7 million Mexico City Population 2025: 24.6 million GDP 2025: $713.5 billion Belo Horizonte Population 2025: 6.6 million Lima Population 2025: 11.5 million Rio de Janeiro Population 2025: 13.6 million GDP 2025: $327.1 billion Sao Paulo Population 2025: 23.2 million GDP 2025: $643.9 billion People per Square Kilometre Highly Urban Countries More than 200 people Medium-High Urban Countries 100 – 200 people Medium Urban Countries 50 – 100 people Low-Medium Urban Countries 10 – 50 people Low Urban Countries Santiago Less than 10 people Population 2025: 7.1 million Buenos Aires Population 2025: 15.5 million GDP 2025: $327.1 billion Mega Cities in 2025 Emerging Mega Cities (4-8 million population in 2025) Source: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs Statistics, Frost & Sullivan and other regional and country level statistics bureau 6
    7. 7. City as a Customer Urbanization Creates Opportunities Healthcare Remote monitoring of patients and ability to conduct surgeries from remote areas Civil Construction Industry Smart Infrastructure Smart homes, green buildings Security Data on nearby police stations or officers along with tracking highvalue goods and monitoring crime Mobility Car sharing, bike sharing, integrated door-todoor multi-modal transport solutions Water and Sanitation Market Water treatment systems, integrated power sources, and zero waste for industry Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.
    8. 8. Interactive Facets of a Smart City Championed Smart Diamond to Define Smart City Smart Governance Green Smart Citizen Smart Energy Comprehensive Smart Healthcare Coordinated 4G Smart Technology Measured and Monitored Smart Building Platform Based Intelligent and Integrated Smart Mobility Smart Infrastructure 8 Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.
    9. 9. IBM’s Intelligent Operations Center: Rio De Janeiro On its Way to Become a ‘Smart City’ Integrated View Data Reporting & Collection The centralized command center gathers data from 30 agencies and provides an aggregate view in a single dashboard helping the city coordinate their work. Analyses data reported by citizens via platforms such as social media on city plans and projects that will impact them Data from sensors in video feeds creates real- Analytics & Visualization time maps and graphs working to predict problems and counter them proactively Faster Response System Ability to predict gives city officials more time to alert the public and send emergency help – improved emergency response time by 30% 9
    10. 10. Smart cities To Create Huge Business Opportunities With A Market Value Of $1.5 Trillion In 2020 Smart City Market by Segments1, Global, 2012-2020 Smart Building CAGR: 11.2% (2012–2020) 7 Smart Governance 1 and Smart Education2 9.7% CAGR: 15.4% (2012–2020) 24.6% Smart Healthcare CAGR: 8.7% (2012–2020) 6 14.6% Smart City Market Smart Mobility CAGR: 18.9% (2012–2020) 8.7% 13.5% 5 2 Smart Security CAGR: 14.3% (2012–2020) 13.1% 15.8% Smart Infrastructure3 CAGR: 11.1% (2012–2020) 1These numbers 2Smart 3Other 3 Smart Energy CAGR: 25.2% (2012–2020) 4 represent the entire smart solutions eco-system in each segment for both urban and non-urban panoramas Education includes eLearning services for schools, universities, enterprises, and government entities Smart Infrastructure such as sensor networks, digital management of water utilities not included in other segments Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis. 10
    11. 11. Key Parameters That Will Define a Smart City in 2020 Smart Energy: Digital Management of Energy • Smart Grids • Smart Meters • Intelligent Energy Storage Smart Technology: Seamless Connectivity • Broadband penetration rate of over 80% • Location Based Services, Augmented Reality, GPS enabled devices/ phones Smart Security: Safe Cities • Surveillance • Biometrics • Simulation modelling and crime prediction • C2 and response Note: *Infrastructure not included in other segments Smart Buildings: Automated Intelligent Buildings • Building Automation • Intelligent Buildings: Advance d HVAC, Lighting Equipment Smart Infrastructure: Digital Management of Infrastructure* • Sensor Networks • Digital Water and Waste Management Smart Governance: Government-onthe-Go • e-Government • e-Education • Disaster Management Solutions Smart Mobility: Intelligent Mobility • Low-emission Mobility • Integrated Mobility Solutions • Multimodal Transport Smart Healthcare: Intelligent Healthcare Technology • Use of ehealth and mhealth systems • Intelligent and connected medical devices Smart Citizen: Civic Digital Natives • Use of Green Mobility Options • Smart Lifestyle Choices • Energy conscious Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis.
    12. 12. Future Of Mobility 12 12
    13. 13. Future Innovation in Mobility to Focus on The “Wild” Side Technology Innovation Traffic Prediction system Unknown Solutions Wild Innovation Mobility Integration Parking Search assistance New Mobility Products Cashless Payment Motorized Mover Two seated Electric Car Improvement Micro cars Known Solutions Application Innovation Car Sharing Electric Cars Car Pooling Electric Bikes Bike Sharing Met Needs Unmet Needs 13
    14. 14. The Future of Mobility Is Multi-Modal Commuting, Combining Door to Door Solutions Using Dedicated Mobility Platforms Intercity Intercity Train TRAVEL DISTANCE Suburbs Shared Mobility Private Cars Intercity Bus City Shared Mobility Micro-mobility Destination Public Transportation TRAVEL DISTANCE Door to door integrated, multi-mobility a reality in future Vehicle manufacturers to offer smart mobility solutions ensuring first and last mile connectivity. Government to club public transport with bike / two wheeler/car rental schemes Market will see new players in market termed as “Mobility Integrators” Source: Frost & Sullivan 14
    15. 15. Investments in Urban Mobility: Latin America Investments in Subway will reach more than $20 billion by 2020 Car Fleet* Road Rings Brazil - 53 million → +89% $650 million investment Aracaju, Cuiaba, Curitiba, Belo Horizonte and Fortaleza Sao Paulo - 8 million → +19% Rio de Janeiro - 3 million → +76% Mexico - 34 million → +65% Mexico City - 6 million → +58% San Jose, Costa Rica - $115 million Santander , Colombia - $37 million Bus Rapid Transit Subway - Train $2.7 billion investments $1.0 billion investments to expand 208 km $115 million investments to expand 18 km $17 billion investments In Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Fortaleza, Curitiba $1.9 billion investments in Bogota Macro to Micro Implications Ethanol demand generation Hybrid cars Insurance demand *Projection for 2020 Reduction of logistic costs Increasing urbanization Real state appreciation Better places for services and retail Source: Frost & Sullivan analysis 15
    16. 16. From Macro to Micro: Taking Mega Trends from Information to Strategy Implementation Macro To Micro Mega Trend Analysis of Opportunities and Unmet Needs Selected trends that impact your business and markets Sub Trend Impact on Future Product/ Technology A sub-layer of trends that has a wide ranging impact Impact to Your Industry Visualising the roadmap of these critical forces through scenariobuilding and macro economic forecasts 16