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Building IoT solutions in Milton Keynes | Sarah Gonsalves | June 2015


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Presentation on the Future City Programme and building IoT solutions in Milton Keynes. Presented by Sarah Gonsalves, Head of Policy at Milton Keynes Council, at Local Digital Futures: The Internet of Things & Local Public Services on 8 June 2015 in London.

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Building IoT solutions in Milton Keynes | Sarah Gonsalves | June 2015

  1. 1. Sarah Gonsalves Head of Policy Milton Keynes Council MILTON KEYNES Future City Programme – Building IoT Solutions
  2. 2. A Planned New City 70,000 260,000
  3. 3. Milton Keynes Growth 2010-2026 – infrastructure challenges • 28,000 new homes • 1.5 jobs per home • Population grows to 300,000+ Travel demand increase of 60% but practical capacity improvements address only 25% increase Energy and water demand and infrastructure challenges Reduce carbon emissions per person by 40% (2010 – 2020)
  4. 4. MK Future City: Programme Objectives The Metropolitan Century , OECD, February 2015 • Address barriers to sustainable housing and jobs growth — manage infrastructure pressures — create new service models — reduce carbon emissions • Improve the lives of citizens — responsive/bespoke services — engaged citizens — education and skills • Build leadership in urban innovation — foster innovation & business growth — attract investment — enhance reputation
  5. 5. Milton Keynes Future City: Innovation Cluster Satellite Applications Internet of Things City Network Smart Waste Smart Homes Electric Mobility Intelligent and on-demand mobility Smart Grid & Energy MK:Smart City Data Hub
  6. 6. An integrated innovation and support programme leveraging large scale city data to drive economic growth MK:SMART PROGRAMME • Open and collaborative • Reduced barriers to innovate • Information as an asset • City wide: distributed and scalable • Chargeable services
  7. 7. Internet of Things – Experimental Sensor Networks MESH UNB MK Datahub Analytics Integration Curation Storage Import SENSORS NETWORKS DATA HUB & APPLICATIONS TVWS
  8. 8. Sensor & Data Networks Car parking Traffic flows Water meters Low Power Wide Area Network Local Area Networks Environmental Sensors
  9. 9. Recycling collection use case
  10. 10. Sensor deployments Soil moisture sensors Water moisture dashboard Presence sensors
  11. 11. Satellite Data: Urban Planning
  12. 12. LUTZ Autopods Sensors on Autopods – lidar and stereo cameras – create digital 3-d picture of the environment in which they operate
  13. 13. • Focus on city challenges & use cases • Overarching vision/framework • Strategic focus plus open innovation • Eco-system of partners and core capabilities • City-scale functionality & integration • Culture - align interests - co-production - ease of access & engagement Components of success
  14. 14. Energy Waste Telecommunications Water PolicingandEmergency Educationandtraining Health Transport Socialservices Planningandbuilding Financeandeconomy Environmentalservices Education Outreach Citizens Enterprises Datahub and network infrastructure Charities SMEs Community groups Citizens Universities Start ups Social entrepreneurs Corporate enterprises Grow sustainability of local economy Innovation in city services P o l i c y a n d g o v e r n a n c e f r a m e w o r k CHALLENGES • Investable business models • Delivery of benefits at scale • Expanding use cases across more services • Sustainability of core capabilities • Attraction of new enterprises SUCCESS FACTORS • R&D/Innovation Funding • Experimentation & demonstration • Strategic focus plus open innovation • Eco-system of partners & city-scale capabilities • Culture - collaborative - ease of engagement 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Summary overview