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Manchester	  as	  a	  Smart	  City	  	  • 	  FTTH/P	  as	  the	  real	  estate	  of	  the	  21st	  century	  • ‘Living	  L...
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Smart,	  inclusive	  &	  sustainable	  	  growth	  • 	  Manchester	  City	  Region	  –	  low	  carbon	  economic	         ...
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Dave Carter, head of MDDA speaking at INCA Seminar 'Models for Next Generation Broadband, 24 November 2011

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Dave Carter - Smart Cities

  1. 1. Smart  Ci)zens  in  Smart  Ci)es  Crea)ng  an  inclusive  and  sustainable  knowledge  society:   A  Local  Digital  Agenda  for  Manchester   Dave  Carter,  Head,  Manchester  Digital  Development  Agency  (MDDA),     Manchester  City  Council,  UK.   Chair,  EU  Smart  Ci)es  PorJolio  Working  Group    
  2. 2.  The  BaOle  for  Control  of  Smart  Ci)es      
  3. 3. Future  Smart  Ci)es  •   Digital  Agenda  for  Europe  and  Going  Local  •  Green  &  Digital  •   Open  Innova)on,  Open  Data  &  Open  Networks  •   Future  Internet  enabled  Smart  Ci)es  
  4. 4.   Urban  Open  Systems  •  Smart  Ci)es:   –  Smart:  innova)on,  inven)on  &  entrepreneurship   –  Inclusive:  mul)ple  depriva)on  &  scale  of  social  exclusion  in  urban  areas   –  Sustainable:  ci)es  generate  75%+  of  emissions  =  problem  &  solu)on  •  Ci)es  as  engines  of  regional    growth  =  Smart  Regions  •  Urban  Open  Systems  =  People  +    Open  Data  +  Co-­‐produc)on  •  “From  Human  Factors  to  Human  Actors”   -­‐  Bannon,  J  Liam.  1991.  “The  Role  of  Psychology  and  Human-­‐Computer   InteracCon  Studies  in  System  Design”.  •  ......beware  plaIorms  bearing  Urban  OS    ‘giMs’.......................  
  5. 5. Manchester  as  a  Smart  City    •   FTTH/P  as  the  real  estate  of  the  21st  century  • ‘Living  Lab’  NGA  FTTP  test-­‐bed  in  Manchester  Oxford  Road  Corridor  area:  star)ng  with  500  businesses  +  1,000  residen)al  users  •   City  Net  Digital  Hub:  connec)ng  key  sites  via  the  Metrolink  tram  network  •   City  Region  Met-­‐Net:  linking  key  sites  using  transport  corridors,  inc.  Metrolink,  waterways,  cycleways,  old  rail  lines  plus  new  networks  •   Mul)-­‐stakeholder  SPV  –  a  ‘digital  coopera)ve’  based  on  global  best  prac)ce  –  e.g.  US  Na)onal  Telecoms  Coop  Assoc.  (NTCA)  Green  +  Digital  +  Coopera)on    =  sustainability    
  6. 6. MCR NGA deployment One Central Park Connectivity Power 100 gigabit+ sharp project Space DARK FIBRE LOOPConnectivity Sport Cityvia Metrolink Manchester College Connectivity CITY CENTRE via Metrolink Media City Central Salford Corridor test-bed Connectivity Internet Peering with Power Exchange JANET SpaceDigitisation – next phases + Next Generation Access
  7. 7. Local  Digital  Agendas  Manchester’s  Digital  Strategy:  •   Iden)fying  key  issues  for  the  city:   •   Digital  inclusion:  ci/zens’  access  to  employment,  skills,  facili/es   •   Digital  industries:  support  digital  businesses  to  start  up,  grow  and  survive   •   Digital  innova/on:  opportuni/es  for  research  and  deployment  of  results      •   Producing  an  Ac)on  Plan:   •   Leadership:  city  plus  partners/stakeholders:  business,  educa/on,  community   •   Investment:  in  new  digital  infrastructures  and  services   •   Exemplar  projects:  to  s/mulate  awareness,  interest  and  engagement    •   Knowledge  Exchange:   •   Work  with  like-­‐minded  ci/es  and  other  partners  through  EU  projects   •   Become  ac/ve  in  networks,  e.g.  EUROCITIES,  Living  Labs   •   Make  networking  prac/cal,  e.g.  study  visits,  workshops,  benchmarking      
  8. 8. Smart,  inclusive  &  sustainable    growth  •   Manchester  City  Region  –  low  carbon  economic    area  for  the  built  environment  •   Future  Ci)es  Technology  Innova)on  Centre  •   Green  procurement  framework  •   Low  carbon  investment  model    -­‐  generate  economic  opportuni)es    -­‐  ensure  skills  &  training  matches  ambi)on    -­‐  underpin  with  innova)ve  investment  models  •   Partnership  commitment    -­‐  partners  include  Siemens,  Arup,  universi)es,  SME            networks,  voluntary  &  community  sector  
  9. 9. Manchester  Living  Lab  &  SMARTiP  project  •   Test-­‐bed  smart  environments  network  along  Corridor  •   Affordable  and  accessible  sensors  including  DIY  (Arduinos)  •   Poten)al  for  wearables  (clothes,  bikes  etc.)  and  micro-­‐produc)on  •   Links  to  Corridor  fibre  and  wireless  networks  •   Future  links  to  transport  network  and  GM  wide  deployment  
  10. 10. ‘Geek’  Power!  Entrepreneurs  +  Innovators  Manchester  Digital  Lab  +  Omniversity  MadLab    •   Crea)vity  •   Innova)on  •   Diversity    S)mula)ng:  •   new  ideas  •   new  business  •   new  skills  •   new  jobs  
  11. 11. Living  Labs,  Smart  Ci)es  &  Future  Internet      Next  genera)on  of  Internet  development  •      •   Cloud  +  Internet  of  Things  +  Open  Data  +  Seman/c  Web  .....................     •   Web-­‐centric  systems  meet  networked  objects   •   Ultra  high-­‐speed  digital  networks  (fibre  everywhere  plus  wireless)   •   Infinite  Bandwidth  Zero  Latency  -­‐  IBZL  •   User  driven  open  innova)on   •   Living  Labs  and  the  Future  Internet  research  community   •   User  networks:  open  data  and  co-­‐crea/on/co-­‐produc/on   •   People  (users/ci/zens)  as  ac/ve  agents  of  change  •   Networking  the  networks:  EUROCITIES,  European  Network  of  Living    Labs  (ENoLL),  Future  Internet  Assembly  (FIA)  •   EU  Policy  Priori)es:  Digital  Agenda  for  Europe   www.euroci)es.eu     www.openlivinglabs.eu   www.future-­‐internet.eu   hOp://ec.europa.eu/informa)on_society/digital-­‐agenda/index_en.htm   www.fireball4smartci)es.eu        
  12. 12. Future  Internet  enabled  Mobility  in  Smart  Ci)es   hYp://diycity.org/     hYp://www.citygoround.org/about/     hYp://world.waze.com/     hYp://www.seeclickfix.com/ci/zens     hYp://www.urbanmobilitygroup.com/     hYp://senseable.mit.edu/real/merome/     hYp://senseable.mit.edu/eyestop/    
  13. 13. Smart  City  development  -­‐  future  vision:  •  Using  Future  Internet  to  transform  the  way  we  live  and  work   •   more  flexible  ways  and  loca/ons  of  working   •   smart  mobility,  smart  environments,  smart  learning  •   Co-­‐designing  and  co-­‐producing  services  for  ourselves  and  others   •   new  services  being  designed  and  delivered  by  users   •   e-­‐health  and  telecare  services  •   Enabling  our  environments  to  be  greener,  cleaner  and  healthier   •   smart  buildings,  smart  energy,  low-­‐carbon  neighbourhoods  •   Making  smart  ci)es  more  democra)c,  resilient  and  aOrac)ve   •   social  networking  to  promote  civic  engagement  •   Genera)ng  and  celebra)ng  crea)vity,  innova)on  and  diversity   •   arts  and  culture  linked  to  technology  suppor/ng  jobs  and  skills  
  14. 14. Future  Internet  Research  &  Experimenta)on  By  Adop)ng  Living  Labs   Thank  You!     d.carter@manchesterdda.com    

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