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What Cities and Communities Need - Mechanisms that take us from fragmented pilots to mainstream market built on trust

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Presentation given by Martin Brynskov, OASC / Aarhus University, at Open & Agile Smart Cities' annual Connected Smart Cities & Communities Conference 2020 on 23 January in Brussels, Belgium

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What Cities and Communities Need - Mechanisms that take us from fragmented pilots to mainstream market built on trust

  1. 1. What Cities and Communities Need Mechanisms that take us from fragmented pilots to mainstream market built on trust Martin Brynskov @brynskov #ScaleWithUs
  2. 2. CRISES
  3. 3. SOCIAL ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENTAL
  4. 4. Sustainable, Open Innovation 5 Source: Decoupling Natural Resource Use and Environmental Impacts from Economic Growth, UNEP (United Nations Environmental Programme) 2011
  5. 5. PROTECTION + INNOVATION
  6. 6. LACK OF TRUST
  7. 7. LACK OF SCALE
  8. 8. A voice for cities and communities towards the market. Support local priorities, leveraging global dynamics. Free flow of data with trust. “
  9. 9. Mission: To create a global smart city market based on the needs of cities and communities — Demand-side — Global network of national networks — 140+ cities 27 countries Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific — Council of Cities Coordinator: Ghent (Belgium) Board representative: Vienna (Austria)
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  11. 11. 26 new member cities 10 different countries 22,000,000 + inhabitants Combined GDP €630 billion + New in 2019
  12. 12. Total 140+ member cities 27 different countries 100,000,000 + inhabitants Combined GDP €2.8 trillion +
  13. 13. Global community
  14. 14. A robust model for standards-based innovation and procurement of IoT- and AI-enabled services across domains “
  15. 15. STANDARDS?
  16. 16. Source: Lindsay Frost, NEC Labs Europe / oascities.org
  17. 17. Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms (MIMs) Benefit for Cities: • Choice, flexibility, efficiency, value-for-money, independence, economic development Benefit for Businesses: • Scale, agile development/deployment Benefit for all: • Reduced risk, increased investments, innovation
  18. 18. MIM 1: Context Information Management Implementations: • Orion LD (FIWARE) • Scorpio (NEC) • Djane.io (Sensinov) • Obelisk (imec) • TBD (South Korea) MIM 2: Common Data Models MIM 3: Ecosystem Transactions Management MIM 4: Personal Data Management (champion: Helsinki) MIM 5: Fair AI (champion: Amsterdam) MIMs 1-3 adopted by OASC Council of Cities 2019. MIMs 4-5 approved as work items 2020. Current MIMs
  19. 19. IoT Large-Scale Pilot for Smart Cities & Communities
  20. 20. Demonstrating the Power of MIMs Scaling up across cities: • 50 services • 21 cities • 16 teams • 6 months Core project: 20m€ · 40 partners More information: synchronicity-iot.eu
  21. 21. www.synchronicity-iot.eu 21 50
  22. 22. OASC MIMs: Status • 20+ operational deployments worldwide – Including Milan, Vienna, Porto, Helsinki, Santander, Eindhoven, Antwerp, Geneva, Manchester, Seongnam, Bordeaux • 140+ formal adoptions worldwide – Including Stavanger, London, Amsterdam, Brisbane, Edinburgh, Rio De Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Leon, Ghent, Almere, Sarajevo, Tampere – Pending: Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka, Yokohama, Dubai, Montreal, Toronto, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Shanghai, Yinchuan, Guadalajara • 29 countries – Currently average of 4.8 cities per country 26
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  26. 26. Some international trends • USA, China • Japan, Korea, India ... • EU • The Nordics • Networks • World Economic Forum, G20 • Open & Agile Smart Cities • UN U4SSC, SDGs
  27. 27. EU initiatives • 5 “missions” • One about “Climate-neutral smart cities” • Research & Innovation • Horizon Europe (>12b€ digital) • Implementation • Digital Europe Programme (9b€) • Connecting Europe Facility (3b€) • Scale-up declaration • 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge • Infrastructure Investments • Regional/Structural/Investment funds
  28. 28. Next steps: The 100 Intelligent Cities Challenge 100 Intelligent cities Support cities in industrial transformation, green deal, circular economy, clean tech and social economy International dimension: - 10 non-EU cities - synergies with key international initiatives €7.5 million over a 30-month period. EoI for new cities to join: by January 2020. Foster new opportunities for citizens affected by the transition Reinforce and expand the existing network to reach 100 cities Align city strategies with the major EU political guidelines: Social, Green, Digital Press ahead implementation and joint investments https://www.digitallytransformyourregion.eu/
  29. 29. Declaration for upscaling digital solutions in Europe Living-in.EU Promoted by:
  30. 30. Declaration for upscaling digital solutions in Europe Living-in.EU
  31. 31. Declaration for upscaling digital solutions in Europe Living-in.EU
  32. 32. Consolidated Report of Technical Specifications WORKING DOCUMENT • Concrete but focused set of specifications. • Focused on market reality, non-exclusive. • Validation based on SynchroniCity and other large-scale initiatives. TOPICS • Architecture framework model • Context information management • Data/information models • Marketplaces enablers PERSPECTIVES PER TOPIC • Goals • Capabilities • Recommended specifications https://living-in.eu/sites/default/files/files/Consolidated-Report-on-Tech-Specs-v2.pdf
  33. 33. Join, Boost, Sustain We signed Estonia Nicosia, Cyprus Tampere, Oulu, Joensuu, Finland, Braga, Portugal, Viborg, Denmark Debrecen, Hungary Iasi, Arad, Romania, Šmartno pri Litiji, Logatec, Novo Mesto, Ljubljana, Slovenia Lille, Nice Côte d’Azur, France Kungsbacka, Luleå, Fredrikstad, Sweden Valencia, Gijon, Spain Lublin, Poland
  34. 34. Scaling from pilots to global market: The road to Porto SAVE THE DATES Key events and moments include: • Finnish EU Presidency, Oulu, December 10-11 * • Connected Smart Cities & Communities, Brussels, January 23, 2020 • Cities Forum, Porto, January 31, 2020 • World Urban Forum, Dubai, February 8-13, Abu Dhabi • OASC LIVE, with TM Forum Digital Transformation World, Copenhagen, June 16-18 SynchroniCity becomes part of the OASC family. Building a growing catalogue of services and suppliers. Ensuring try-before-you-buy-style deployment. Based on the OASC MIM framework, and supported by mixed funding models. A TRUSTED ROADMAP FOR CITIES & COMMUNITIES The OASC Council of Cities oversees the core elements needed for interoperability across sectors. It can be easily integrated in procurement for daily operations, as well as for innovation and even early-stage experimentation. Gives the municipality stability and independence, which unlocks financing as well as innovation capacity. Shares the risk of moving ahead in the digital transformation of cities & communities with peers in Europe and beyond. (* http://living-in.EU)
  35. 35. Scale with Vienna
  36. 36. Scale with Amsterdam
  37. 37. Scale with Tokyo
  38. 38. Scale with Saint-Quentin
  39. 39. Scale with Turku
  40. 40. Scale with Oulu
  41. 41. Scale with Helsinki
  42. 42. Scale with communities
  43. 43. Scale with speed
  44. 44. Scale with trust
  45. 45. Scale with us

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