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FIWARE: advancing Smart Cities and the Digital Economy by Marieta del Rivero

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FIWARE: advancing Smart Cities and the Digital Economy by Marieta del Rivero

  1. 1. FIWARE: advancing Smart Cities and the Digital Economy _ Marieta del Rivero
  2. 2. The Digital Revolution is changing lives… YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW 2
  3. 3. 3 …and the way we live them The way we communicate… The way we shop… The way we grow crops…The way we use healthcare… The way we do business… The way we move…
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  5. 5. 5 … “Standards” is a critical word in this revolution … … creates barriers A lack of standards…
  6. 6. 6 …today almost everybody understands why… Limited to few de-facto standards, each controlled by a single, powerful proscriber 2005-2015 Smart City Smart Car 2015 and beyond… Smart Home Smart Office
  7. 7. 7 The FIWARE Public-Private Partnership Driven by implementation Sustainability ensured
  8. 8. 8 The benefits of an Open Ecosystem Service & Domain Providers: innovation, cost savings, data@work Platform Providers and Solution Integrators: ability to “co- opete” (cooperate and compete) Application Providers: visibility, connection to target customers, acceleration opportunities, facilities for experimentation Commercial Partnerships Connect to Entrepreneurs Avoid risk of lock-in City Governments Connected Car Developers City Service Providers (data) Everyone: creation of jobs, larger market opportunities, global scalability Telecom providers: System integrators Independent developers Innovative Apps
  9. 9. 9 …Creating a vibrant community of active contributors who are committed to a sustainable investment over time 24 partners from 9 different countries Over 1.1 million hours of developing activities in 5 years 122/76M€ of budget/funding (37/23 M€ in the next 2 years) Each FIWARE component is considered strategic in the portfolio of each contributing partner Building a successful ecosystem requires…
  10. 10. 10 …Creating a meeting point where supply and demand intersect and innovation takes place 25+ relevant service providers involved in developing use cases for the FIWARE Accelerator program 1900 open datasets from cities already published and growing fast! 17 nodes across Europe providing 3000+ cores, 16+ TB RAM, 750+ TB HD 1st node in LATAM deployed in Mexico. New nodes being setup in Brazil and Chile Building a successful ecosystem requires…
  11. 11. 11 …Creating incentives for entrepreneurs and developers 80 M€ in grants to startups/SMEs in the next 2 years (FIWARE Acceleration Program) 20 M€ to support involvement of 16 accelerators across Europe 3100+ startups/SMEs applied to 1st Open Call of the FIWARE Acceleration program 1300 startups/SMEs to be funded (~400 as result of 1st Open Call) Building a successful ecosystem requires…
  12. 12. 12 …Creating scale and the ability to go global 21 Innovation Hubs in Europe First FIWARE Lab nodes in Mexico and Brazil funding assigned to FIWARE mundus activities targeted to build links with Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Japan, Canada, Korea, BRIC countries … Building a successful ecosystem requires…
  13. 13. 13 We walk the talk… TELEFONICA, ORANGE, ENGINEERING and ATOS join forces to push common standards for Smart Cities based on the FIWARE platform Open and Agile Cities Initiative: Participating Cities Mexico (in conversations)Brasil (in conversations) Finland Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Tampere, Oulu, Turku Denmark Copenhagen, Aarhus, Aalborg Spain Valencia, Santander, Malaga, Sevilla Belgium Brussels Capital Region, Ghent, Antwerp Portugal Porto, Fundao, Palmela, Agueda UK (in conversations) Netherlands (in conversations) CeBIT, Hannover, March 16th 2015MWC, Barcelona, March 3rd 2015 Italy Milan, Palermo, Lecce
  14. 14. 14 …including with South Korea, a recognized leader in the Digital Economy KT and Telefónica announced a strategic partnership to develop IoT ecosystems and technologies at MWC Source: Santiso, Javier, España 3.0 Korea is leading the digitalization worldwide «e-Intensity» index vs. GDP per capita(1) 20 30 40 50 GDP (PPP) ($000, rounded PPP) 180 150 120 90 e-IntensityIndex,2013 200 60 Czek R Swed en Netherlan d Sweden Irelan dAustri aBelgiu m German y France UK Malt a Spai nItaly Greec e Chipr e Portug al Slovenia Estoni a EslovaquiaHungar y Poland Lituania Letonia Romani a Bulgary Norway Denmark Israel Japan Turkey Finland US Kore aWorld’s top “Digital” country
  15. 15. 15 …the reasons behind which are clear Source: Santiso, Javier, España 3.0 Korea has downloaded the digital economy “killer apps” GlobalizationInnovation Digitalization Education 4.4% 1.3% Corea España 54% 34% Corea España 60% 6% Corea España 12 -1 Corea España R&D (% GDP, 2012) Exports (% GDP, 2013) % Accesses > 15 Mbps (1Q 2014) 2013 vs. 2003 Mathematics ranking variation (PISA report) 1º 1º 35º 5º 34º25º 5º 18º Digitalization Ranking. This ranking is based in the average broadband Access speed, in 2T 2013, as reported by Akamai
  16. 16. 16 Our vision: every city as magical as Disney World - Wired Magazine ’s
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  18. 18. 18 122 = 85 + 37 M€ FIWARE budget (phases 1& 2 + phase 3) 99 = 76 + 23 M€ FIWARE funding (phases 1& 2 + phase 3) 80 + 20 M€ for startups/SMEs 18 = 17 + 1 FIWARE Lab nodes FIWARE Public Private Partnership: main figures 24 partners 9 countries 16+ cities 6,5M€ marketing 450K€ Sponsorship next 2 years 95/66M€ budget/funding of Vertical Use Cases 21 Innovation hubs 1300 Startups/SMEs
  19. 19. 1 Koreahas downloadedthe digital economy “killerapps” GlobalizationInnovation Digitalization Education 4.4 % 1.3 % Corea España 54 % 34 % Corea España 60 % 6% Corea España 12 -1 Corea España R&D (% GDP, 2012) Exports (% GDP, 2013) % Accesses > 15 Mbps (1Q 2014) 2013 vs. 2003 Mathematics ranking variation (PISA report) 1º 1º 35º 5º 34º25º 5º 18º Digitalization Ranking. This ranking is based in the average broadband Access speed, in 2T 2013, as reported by Akamai Fuente: Basado en la OCDE, OMC, Banco Mundial, Akamai y Pisa Report, 2015.
  20. 20. (1) El Índice e-Intensity de Boston Consulting Group mide la madurez relativa de las economías de Internet en base a tres factores: Habilitación, Compromiso y Gasto: Habilitación representa el 50% del peso total e incluye infraestructuras fijas y móviles; Compromiso, 25%, mide en qué grado las empresas, gobiernos y consumidores adoptan Internet; Gasto, 25%, mide la proporción del gasto realizado en minoristas online (i-retailers) y publicidad online. Fuente: Basado en Boston Consulting Group “e-Intensity Index, 2013”, 2015. 2 Korea is leading the digitalization worldwide «e-Intensity» index vs. GDP per capita(1) 20 30 40 50 GDP (PPP) ($000, ajustado PPP) 180 150 120 90 e-IntensityIndex,2013 200 60 Czek R Sweden Netherland Sweden Ireland Austria Belgium Germany France UK Malta Spain Italy Greece Chipre Portugal Slovenia Estonia Eslovaquia Hungary Poland Lituania Letonia Romania Bulgary Norwey Denmark Israel Japa n Turkey Finland US Korea World top “Digital” country
  21. 21. 613 573 561 560 554 538 536 535 531 523 484 Shanghai-China Singapur Hong Kong-China Taipei Corea S. Macao-China Japón Liechtenstein Suiza Países Bajos España España 3.0: Re-loadinglas killerappsde la competitividad: Educación 2 China e India dominan el pool de estudiantes “tech” en Occidente Top 10 –Países por capitalhumano(Indice de DesarrolloCapital Humano*-BSA) 19% 15% 10% 4% 4%4% 2% 2% 40% De dónde provienen los estudiantes extranjeros en EE.UU? China India Corea S. Canadá TaiwánJapón Arabia Saudí México Otros Fuente: Basado en “Economist Intelligent Unit” y en el “Institute of International Education – Modern Language Association”, y en “Benchmarking IT Industry Competitiveness & Graduate Management Admission Council”, 2015. 74 60 60 59 58 56 55 54 53 53 47 EE.UU. China Australia Corea S. Reino Unido N. Zelanda Irlanda Taiwan Canadá India España *Índice de Desarrollo Humano basado en: i) Matrículas en Educación Superior; ii) Matrículas en Ciencias y en TI; iii) Calidad de habilidades tecnológicas. Datos 2011. 18º 4º 34º 5º Top 10 – Países por puntuación en Matemáticas (Informe Pisa 2013)

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