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Digital journey of a mid sized city : From strategy to concrete implementations

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Presentation given by Alexandre Chaffotte, City of Saint Quentin, at Open & Agile Smart Cities' annual Connected Smart Cities & Communities Conference 2020 on 23 January in Brussels, Belgium

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Digital journey of a mid sized city : From strategy to concrete implementations

  1. 1. Digital journey of a mid-sized city : From strategy to concrete implementations
  2. 2. *MAIN PROJECTS The big picture : One digital ambition, three strategic goals Pursue pragmatic & useful purposes Support digital empowerment of local stakeholders Generate economic opportunities through digital sector Digital as a vector for sustainability digital technology for more efficient management of resources Integrate people thanks too digital inclusiveness Promoting the digitalisation of traditional economic sectors Onboarding of local ecosystem in the creation of new value chains Focusing on the job creation potential of digital for the youth
  3. 3. *MAIN PROJECTSBring big picture to life with concrete implementations Co-development of solutions with the local ecosystem Optimising stadium watering to reduce water consumption Minimisation of daily staff travel for stadium maintenance optimize meal order management to reduce food waste raise children's awareness to make them actors in the reduction of waste
  4. 4. *MAIN PROJECTS Le 19/01/18 One methodology shapping multiple implementations A MINs menu with 2 dishes : interoperable plateform + datamodel based on open standards The menu MIM 1 – Context Information Management API MIM 2 – Shared data model MIM 4 – Security API MIM 5 – Data storage API FIWARE Context Broker (CEF Building Block) Agregation from open communities (FIWARE, schema, GSMA,..) FIWARE IDM (Keyrock / Wilma) CKAN + Quantum Leap (Keyrock / Wilma)
  5. 5. *SCIFI PROJECT Make it work in real life The case of connected canteens Technical architecture Datahub Virtualisation Application Balance Bread Counter Bread Balance Food Menus School population Balance Plastic IoT devices in 2 schools City (open) data Step 1 Collect information Step 2 Federate & share information Step 3 Process information & decide CEF Context Broker Interface API (NGSI-LP) FTP connector
  6. 6. *SCIFI PROJECT Make it work in real life The case of watering optimisation Application Event calendar IoT devices in 1 stadium City (open) data Soil humidity censor Step 1 Collect information Technical architecture Step 2 Federate & share information Step 3 Process information & decide CEF Context Broker Interface API (NGSI-LP) Virtualisation Datamodeling Step 4 Command decentralized systems FTP connector LPWAN + text message connectors Lawnmower Sprinkles Valve controller
  7. 7. *SCIFI PROJECT Final thougt : Why it’s interesting for us to take the MIMs menu A simple equation coming from watering optimisation pilote Image a world with no interoperability Imagine a word full of interoperability Need to make everything work as an united ecosystem IoT devices, data and equipments are not able to communicate and interact together the potential for value creation of smart solutions is highly constrained « 1+1=1,5 » IoT devices, data and equipments can all work with each other in harmonious way Smart solutions are working at their full potential & deliver full benefits « 1+1= 3 » Event calendar Lawnmower Sprinkles Valve controller

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