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  1. 1. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 Stephan Borgert [ui!] Stockholm Cologne Barcelona Implementing Integrated Infrastructures in European Cities – GrowSmarter Measure 8.1 Big consolidated open data platform
  2. 2. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 2 Die Oberbürgermeisterin Measure 8.1 Big consolidated open data platform Open Urban Big Data Platforms (OUP) are a necessary key component to integrate infrastructures. • store, combine and process raw real- time data of different infrastructures • gain value added smart city services (enabling function) • make Smart City data and services accessible for citizens, government, companies and research • Enable dialogue among decision makers and smart solution developers Introduction Needed: Realtime data of the measures
  3. 3. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 3 Die Oberbürgermeisterin Measure 8.1 Big consolidated open data platform What did we do ? 21 • “UrbanPULSE” • Integrate 13 different data sources • Urban COCKPIT Web App • DIN SPEC 91357 - Reference Architecture Model Open Urban • Platform Green Air Application and Dashboard . Technical Aspects • Meetings with each partner • Workshops with all partners together • Meetings and Workshops with several departments of the CoC • Evaluation Workshops with the partners and the departments Communication Aspects
  4. 4. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 4 Die Oberbürgermeisterin Measure 8.1 Big consolidated open data platform What did we learn? Foster acceptance, Develop key use cases Create a legal framework Define the value and quality of the data Before data and services can be connected with each other, the persons behind the data and service must be connected !! Contracts need a clause for further use of the data
  5. 5. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 5 Die Oberbürgermeisterin Measure 8.1 Big consolidated open data platform What are the results/conclusions? Conclusion 01 Definition of how the city will handle data (Ethic, security, ..) Conclusion02 Acceptance and strong agreements Conclusion 03 Standardized platforms to ensure interoperability and to avoid vendor lock-ins Conclusion 04 Political decisions and guidance of all stakeholders and on all levels . Conclusion 05 The use of a flexible horizontal and open platform approach and working with technical standards seems to yield best results An urban data platform is necessary to handle all the urban data in the best way, but you need:
  6. 6. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 6 Die Oberbürgermeisterin Measure 8.1 Big consolidated open data platform • Many UrbanPULSE and Urban COCKPIT licenses already could be sold to other cities based on the GrowSmarter learnings In Cologne the topic has received much attention on a city- wide scale and is in the process of city-wide negotiations. Planned: use and implementation with the entire municipal utility group Replication Porto and Graz have started looking into replication of this measure. Busines Cases Standarisation Technically easily replicable when working with standards. • using flexible open data platforms. LET SHARE OUR IDEAS What are the replication plans ?
  7. 7. www.grow-smarter.eu Final Conference I GrowSmarter I 03.12.2019 Get the latest updates by signing up online! This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 646456. The sole responsibility for the content of this presentation lies with the GrowSmarter project and in no way reflects the views of the European Union. Dirk Blauhut City of Cologne – The Lord Mayor Department of Digitalisation dirk.blauhut@stadt-koeln.de @diblau Thank you! Your photo here!

Editor's Notes

  • Now a few words about our main and largest SmartCity Cologne Project: GrowSmarter. Together with the cities Stockholm and Barcelona, Cologne is a lighthouse city in this Horizon 2020 project.
    The vision is transforming cities for a smart, sustainable Europe.

    In a rapidly urbanising world cities need to become smarter to respond to citizen needs and to reduce their environmental footprint. GrowSmarter brings together cities and industry to integrate and demonstrate ‘12 smart city solutions’ in energy, infrastructure and transport, to provide other cities with valuable insights on how they work in practice and opportunities for replication.

    As cities face similar challenges, the idea is to create a ready market for these smart solutions to support growth and the transition to a smart, sustainable Europe.
  • Open Urban Big Data Platforms (OUP) are a necessary key component to integrate infrastructures.
    Main purpose is
    to store, combine and process raw real-time data of different infrastructures to gain value added smart city services (enabling function)
    make Smart City data and services accessible for citizens, government, companies and research
    Enable dialogue among decision makers and smart solution developers
    Open Urban Platforms are complementary to data catalogues and data broker
    Idea in GrowSmarter Cologne: Enable the GS measures to optimize their usage. Needed: Realtime data of the measures.
  • Open Urban Big Data Platforms (OUP) are a necessary key component to integrate infrastructures.
    Main purpose is
    to store, combine and process raw real-time data of different infrastructures to gain value added smart city services (enabling function)
    make Smart City data and services accessible for citizens, government, companies and research
    Enable dialogue among decision makers and smart solution developers
    Open Urban Platforms are complementary to data catalogues and data broker
    Idea in GrowSmarter Cologne: Enable the GS measures to optimize their usage. Needed: Realtime data of the measures.
  • Foster acceptance, develop key use cases (small) and use (open) data platforms that are flexible in terms of in- & output & ability to manage data over time.
    Create a legal framework and ensure all legal requirements and political decisions are in line.
    Define the value and quality of the data needed to accomplish your goals.
    Check early external data source and its quality to ensure the availability of the data.
    Contracts that a city concludes should contain a clause for further use of the data.
  • Open Urban Big Data Platforms (OUP) are a necessary key component to integrate infrastructures.
    Main purpose is
    to store, combine and process raw real-time data of different infrastructures to gain value added smart city services (enabling function)
    make Smart City data and services accessible for citizens, government, companies and research
    Enable dialogue among decision makers and smart solution developers
    Open Urban Platforms are complementary to data catalogues and data broker
    Idea in GrowSmarter Cologne: Enable the GS measures to optimize their usage. Needed: Realtime data of the measures.
  • City of cologne - The Lord Mayor
    Administrative Department of Digitalisation
    Hohe Str. 115
    50667 Cologne, Germany
     
    Telefon: +49 221 221- 24422
    Telefax: +49 221 221- 33990
    E-Mail dirk.blauhut@stadt-koeln.de        
    Internet: www.stadt-koeln.de

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