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Presentation given by
Matt Clifton at the Urban
University Conference,
organised by the
University of
Northampton, in the
...
Optimal location:
• London: 88 km
• Oxford: 74 km
• Cambridge: 77 km
• Birmingham: 110 km
Where?
A Planned New City
Pop: 70,000
Pop: 260,000+
The evolving economic performance of UK cities: city growth patterns
1981-2011, Foresight Future of Cities: working paper ...
Milton Keynes Growth 2010-2026 –
infrastructure challenges
• 28,000 new homes
• 1.5 jobs per home
• Population grows to
30...
MK Future City: Programme Objectives
The Metropolitan Century , OECD,
February 2015
Address barriers to sustainable
housin...
Milton Keynes Future City: Innovation Cluster
Satellite
Applications
Internet
of Things
City
Network
Smart
Waste
Smart
Hom...
MK:Smart – City Data Hub
City Motion Map
- Information
- Services
Empowering citizens
Urban Data School
- with 5 MK schools
My
Milton
Keynes
Connect MK
- refurbished PC rental
- tablet and...
Satellite Data: Urban Planning
IoT: Experimental Sensor Networks
MESH
UNB
MK Datahub
Analytics
Integration
Curation
Storage
Import
SENSORS NETWORKS DATA ...
Recycling collection use case
October 2013
Journey Planner
Traffic and Weather
Take a Picture
Journey Analysis
User Settings
Driver Assistance Applicati...
Route 7: Electric Bus Service
October 2013
Principal route through city centre,
operating from 6:00am – 11:00pm
High annua...
LUTZ Autopods
• On demand 2 –person pods
• Run on pedestrian surfaces
• MK railway station to city
centre
LUTZ Autopods
Sensors on Autopods – lidar and stereo cameras – create digital 3d
picture of the environment in which they ...
South East Midlands
SEM SMEs and Innovation
SMEs:
70,238 businesses <250 employees
56,340 businesses <5 employees
28,708 knowledge intensive b...
Universities Mean Business
Capacity to deal with
micro businesses
Knowledge transfer
models applicable to
business service...
Conclusions
• Platforms for IT enabled collaboration
• Smart region model
• What’s the academic framework?
• Place-making
...
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Milton Keynes - Smart City

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Presentation given by Matt Clifton at the Urban University Conference in Northampton on 3 July 2015 regarding smart cities and Future MK

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Milton Keynes - Smart City

  1. 1. Presentation given by Matt Clifton at the Urban University Conference, organised by the University of Northampton, in the Guildhall, Northampton, 3 July 2015 MILTON KEYNES “Smart City”
  2. 2. Optimal location: • London: 88 km • Oxford: 74 km • Cambridge: 77 km • Birmingham: 110 km Where?
  3. 3. A Planned New City Pop: 70,000 Pop: 260,000+
  4. 4. The evolving economic performance of UK cities: city growth patterns 1981-2011, Foresight Future of Cities: working paper , August 2014 Economic Success Growth in Jobs 2004-13 Cities Outlook 2015 Centre for Cities
  5. 5. 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 Reduce carbon emissions per person by 40% (2010 – 2020)
  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. MK:Smart – City Data Hub City Motion Map - Information - Services
  9. 9. Empowering citizens Urban Data School - with 5 MK schools My Milton Keynes Connect MK - refurbished PC rental - tablet and training Citizen MiData Studio Education and skills Citizen-driven Innovation Digital Services Smart Cities MOOC Courses for businesses and business students MK App
  10. 10. Satellite Data: Urban Planning
  11. 11. IoT: Experimental Sensor Networks MESH UNB MK Datahub Analytics Integration Curation Storage Import SENSORS NETWORKS DATA HUB & APPLICATIONS TVWS
  12. 12. Recycling collection use case
  13. 13. October 2013 Journey Planner Traffic and Weather Take a Picture Journey Analysis User Settings Driver Assistance Application Real-time Location Updates with ETA and current position What’s in it for me? Save fuel & improve your driving style Play a role in improving MK by sharing information about your road journeys anonymously Play your part in road maintenance - report potholes and poor road surfaces automatically
  14. 14. Route 7: Electric Bus Service October 2013 Principal route through city centre, operating from 6:00am – 11:00pm High annual mileage (c. 56,000 miles per bus) and Service frequency of 15 minutes Tailpipe emissions reduced by 500 tonnes CO2 p.a.
  15. 15. LUTZ Autopods • On demand 2 –person pods • Run on pedestrian surfaces • MK railway station to city centre
  16. 16. LUTZ Autopods Sensors on Autopods – lidar and stereo cameras – create digital 3d picture of the environment in which they operate
  17. 17. South East Midlands
  18. 18. SEM SMEs and Innovation SMEs: 70,238 businesses <250 employees 56,340 businesses <5 employees 28,708 knowledge intensive business services (KIBS) 25,287 other service sectors Turnover per employee: KIBS £196k; non-KIBS £139k Innovation: Strategic & marketing innovation: =2/39 LEPs Product innovation: =2/39 LEPs New to market innovation: 6/39 LEPs Process innovation: =7/39 LEPs Innovation collaboration: =4/39 LEPs HEFCE/ERC – Collaboration between SMEs and Universities – May 2015
  19. 19. Universities Mean Business Capacity to deal with micro businesses Knowledge transfer models applicable to business services Broader HEI engagement channels Mix of skills specific and generic training Accurate information on changing business needs and demand for graduates
  20. 20. Conclusions • Platforms for IT enabled collaboration • Smart region model • What’s the academic framework? • Place-making • GIS science • Data analytics • Decision-making & problem-solving • City governance

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