Саммит ТПП С-6 в Берлине: Презентация ТПП Берлина

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Саммит ТПП С-6 в Берлине: Презентация ТПП Берлина

  1. 1. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICBERLIN TXL – FROM INTERNATIONALAIRPORT TO THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC⟩  Dr. Philipp Bouteiller, CEO⟩  1 June 2013⟩  IHK Berlin
  2. 2. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC TEGEL HISTORY 2
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  4. 4. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICTXL STAYS!4AS TAKE-OFF AREA FORURBAN TECHNOLOGIES!
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  7. 7. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC INTRODUCTION 7OUR CHALLENGES AS DEVELOPERS OF BERLIN TXL1. Obtaining planning and construction permits2. Securing funding3. Marketing4. Commercialization
  8. 8. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICBUT WHAT IS ITREALLY ABOUT?8
  9. 9. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 9URBANIZATIONMEGATRENDS⟩  Globally, 1.4 Million people move to cities every week⟩  In the next 40 years we will have to build as much city space as in the last 4,000 years!⟩  In China alone, 300-400 million people will move into cities within the next 15 years –requiring as much new city capacity as currently exists in the whole of the US
  10. 10. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 10MEGATRENDSTHE 19TH CENTURY WAS ACENTURY OF EMPIRESTHE 20TH CENTURY WAS ACENTURY OF NATION STATESTHE 21ST CENTURY WILL BE ACENTURY OF CITIES
  11. 11. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 11MEGATRENDSEarth’s surfaceWorld population Resource use Global GDP2%51% 75% 80%CITIES: PROBLEM AND OPPORTUNITY
  12. 12. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICGLOBALIZATIONDEMOGRAPHICCHANGEENERGIEWENDECLIMATECHANGERESSOURCESCARCITYURBANIZATIONWATERMOBILITYICTENERGYRECYCLINGMATERIALSCHALLENGES OF THE21ST CENTURY12
  13. 13. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 13URBANIZATIONMEGATRENDS⟩  The average resident of Shanghai commutes 5 hours everyday – in 2011 a traffic jam on the China National Highway110 lasted for more than 10 days⟩  An estimated 27 billion liters of fuel were wastedbecause of traffic congestion in the USalone in 2011⟩  30 to 50 percent of traffic congestion in city centersis generated by drivers searching for parking spaceIncreasing traffic is a serious issue
  14. 14. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 14RESOURCE SCARCITYMEGATRENDS0 1.000 2.000 3.000 4.000 5.000 6.000Global demand for waterConsumption of ground- and surface water km3, 2000 und 2050IrrigationHouseholdLivestockIndustryElectricity20002050
  15. 15. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 15CLIMATE CHANGEMEGATRENDSSource: Global GHG Abatement Cost Curve v2.0, McKinsey„The benefits of decisive andproactive measures against climatechange outweigh the cost of theirimplementation.“ (Stern Report, 2007)
  16. 16. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 16MEGATRENDSENERGIEWENDEGeothermalWaterBiogas/-massEnergy Efficiency/HeatingGrid and BatteriesGas and CoalWindPhotovoltaicsEstimated Investments for the Energiewende until 2022 in Germany: € 250 bn⟩  The foundation for a post-fossil and post-nuclear age in Germany has been laid⟩  An estimated € 250 bn will be investeduntil 202276584229251451
  17. 17. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 17DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGEMEGATRENDS10090807050403010200601009080705040301020060⟩  Fast aging society: in China 1980half the population was below 22. In2020 it will exceed the average age of theU.S., in 2030 that of Europe (effect of 1 child policy)⟩  Mobility: drivers 75 years and older cause high number ofaccidents: urban mobility must adapt to the needs of theelderly – allowing them still to participate in public life⟩  Purification: from the age of 60 Germans consume an averageof 6 tablets per day, increasingly contaminating wastewater2000Germany2050Germany
  18. 18. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICTHE LOCATION18GLOBALIZATIONDEMOGRAPHICCHANGEENERGIEWENDECLIMATECHANGERESSOURCESCARCITYURBANIZATIONWATERMOBILITYICTENERGYRECYCLINGMATERIALSDevelopment Concept
  19. 19. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 19SETTINGURBAN TECHNOLOGIESBMW OSRAMSiemensSiemens EnergyFraunhofer IPKTU BerlinALSTOMBayer ScheringBeuthOTISMAN TURBOMotorola3 km5 km10 kmUNIVERSITIESCOMPANIESRESEARCHFraunhofer FOKUS
  20. 20. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT 20AIRPORT TEGEL TODAY1.9kmState of BerlinFederal Gov.GermanGovernment15minsCityWest10mins4.4kmState of Berlin490 ha1,210 acres
  21. 21. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICHANGAR ZONESOUTHERNENTRANCECAMPUSCITÉPASTEURINDUSTRIAL PARK - WESTINDUSTRIAL PARK - EASTZONE21DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT
  22. 22. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 22ENTWICKLUNGSKONZEPTUniversitiesCorporations/IndustryResearchInstitutes
  23. 23. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICLOCATIONCONFERENCESCONCEPTDEVELOPMENTCONSTRUCTIONPLANNING23PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SINCE 2008DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 20131 2 3 4 5 6Future Tegel10/2008Workshop TXL07/2009ConceptsTXL12/2009Researchand Industrypark TXL06/2010Workingareas TXL01/2011Masterplan TXL08/2012Basic Evaluation2009Workshop Tegel ISix futuristicscenarios for TXL04 – 10/2009Workshop Tegel IIElaboration02 – 05/2010Technical consolidationFrom 2010Development/marketing concept through Tegel ProjektFrom 10/2011Revision of zoning and landscape plans01/2010 – 07/2011Binding construction planningAb 11/2011 – 06/2014 (Planreife)
  24. 24. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 24STEP 1: TERMINAL D – THE BASE CAMPDEVELOPMENT CONCEPTBASE CAMP⟩  6,000 sqm⟩  Flexible space for start-upsfrom 25 sqm upwards⟩  50-300 sqm conferencerooms⟩  Start-up services⟩  Access to experimentationsites⟩  Workshops⟩  Starting the „community“
  25. 25. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC BASECAMP 25
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  31. 31. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 31DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTSTEP 2: BEUTH HOCHSCHULE GOES TXLURBANTECHFACULTY⟩  Science tandem⟩  Successive settlement⟩  1,500 students⟩  Urban Tech focus, courses and faculties⟩  Start-up scene⟩  Restaurants⟩  Mechatronics⟩  Electro technology⟩  Electronic systems⟩  ICT⟩  Electronic technologies and communication systems⟩  Building and energy technology⟩  Automation systems⟩  Engineering – renewable energies⟩  Environmental technologies⟩  Industrial engineering in energy and environmental resources⟩  Industrial engineering in environment and sustainability⟩  Industrial engineering constructions⟩  Urban infrastructure planning – traffic and water⟩  Architecture – sustainable building
  32. 32. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 32IMPRESSIONEN
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  36. 36. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 36STEP 3:BERLIN FIRE & RESCUE ACADEMY GOES TXLDEVELOPMENT CONCEPT⟩  Academy: 50,000 sqm⟩  Fire dept.: 11,000 sqm⟩  Ca. 33,000 sqm total floor area⟩  71,000 participants days p.a.⟩  Long standing cooperation withBeuth Hochschule
  37. 37. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT 37HEADSTART THROUGH THE IMMEDIATE ACTIVATIONOF THE EXISTING BUILDING STOCK⟩  150,000 sqm of quickly availablebuildings⟩  Flexible room structures of all sizes⟩  Convenient starting conditions⟩  10 ha of experimentation sites,run- & taxiways⟩  First planning act with takeover ofthe property in 2014
  38. 38. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 38LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENTDEVELOPMENT CONCEPT2012 2013 2014 2015 2020 2025 2030Development of brand as leading location for Urban TechnologiesProperty development & marketingPlanning process Creation of public infrastructureUniversity campusTransport & mobility infrastructurePioneer usesCompletion of building
  39. 39. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLIC 39VISION BERLIN TXL 2035DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT⟩  500 acres development area⟩  800 companies, universitiesand research institutes on⟩  € 1.5 - 2.5 bn in revenues⟩  10 ha experimentation sites⟩  15,000 jobs⟩  5,000 students
  40. 40. © BERLIN TXL THE URBAN TECH REPUBLICIMPRESSIONS OF THEURBAN TECH REPUBLICBERLIN TXL40
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