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To overcome their challenges and compete on the world's stage, cities need to become smarter - more efficient, more sustainable, more liveable. See how the journey has already begun in several cities worldwide, and learn about 5 key success factors based on real world experience.

To overcome their challenges and compete on the world's stage, cities need to become smarter - more efficient, more sustainable, more liveable. See how the journey has already begun in several cities worldwide, and learn about 5 key success factors based on real world experience.

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How to Make Smart Cities a Reality Today: Five Factors for Success

  1. 1. Schneider Electric 1- Smart Cities How to Make Smart Cities a Reality Today: 5 Factors for Success Jim Anderson VP, Smart Cities Tweet Live! #SchneiderXE
  2. 2. Get it right the first time Retain competitiveness Obtain federal funds Relieve pain points Prepare for major events Meet environmental targets Regain competitiveness Mature Cities Greenfield Cities Growth Cities Rapidly Emerging Cities Mature Cities Greenfield Cities Growth Cities Rapidly Emerging Cities Why do cities need to be smart?
  3. 3. Each city is unique. All need to evolve.
  4. 4. Schneider Electric 4- Smart Cities World population Earth’s surface Global energy consumption Global CO2 emissions World population Years to double the urban capacity developed over the past 4000 years Cities: from global challenges… Cities today… …and by 2050
  5. 5. Schneider Electric 5- Smart Cities ….to local priorities… History, culture, size, geography, economy make each city unique.
  6. 6. Schneider Electric 6- Smart Cities …with specific drivers. Hosting a global event Recovering from natural disaster Enhancing safety Managing urban expansion Meeting basic infrastructure needs Cities need to attract investment, jobs and talent! Boosting their image
  7. 7. Schneider Electric 7- Smart Cities Cities are ready for change!
  8. 8. Schneider Electric 8- Smart Cities An efficient, liveable, sustainable city Improving the efficiency of the city’s underlying urban infrastructures Increasing competitiveness Improving attractiveness for residents, citizens and visitors Becoming a better place to live, work and play Improving public services: schools, safety, transportation… Creating jobs Smart cities are efficient cities Urban efficiency delivers liveability and sustainability
  9. 9. Evolution? Transformation!
  10. 10. Energy Mobility Water Buildings Public Services From siloed management to a holistic plan With pain-points to solve
  11. 11. Schneider Electric 11- Smart Cities Industry suppliers Includes ICT, energy, transportation & infrastructure vendors & service providers Planners & Developers Includes real estate developers, urban planners, & property managers Governments Includes National, regional as well as local city officials Utilities Includes city and private electric, water, & gas utilities Private Investors Includes international development banks and private organizations NGO’s & associations Includes all local organizations - citizens, businesses & NGOs From departmental decisions to collaborative decisions People & Communities A city is a complex value-chain
  12. 12. Schneider Electric 12- Smart Cities From smart strategy to citizen outcomes Enabled by efficient infrastructure as the building-blocks Urban planning Resilience Resource efficiency Sustainable model Innovative services Sustainable mobility Smart energy Smart mobility Smart water Smart public services Smart integration Smart buildings
  13. 13. Lessons learned.
  14. 14. Schneider Electric 14- Smart Cities 5 success factors to ‘smart’ Visionary leadership Laying the foundation Integration Innovation Collaboration
  15. 15. Visionary Leadership Bringing together city leadership, local stakeholders and business voice around a shared, citizen-centric vision and holistic roadmap & driving engagement
  16. 16. Schneider Electric 16Smart Cities Barcelona, Spain Barcelona has designed a holistic City Anatomy and launched the City Protocol project, involving collaboration and innovation to become the global reference of a Smart City. .
  17. 17. Laying the foundation Improving the efficiency of urban infrastructures, leveraging (Operational Technology & Information Technology) expertise to make a clear, measurable difference
  18. 18. Schneider Electric 18Smart Cities Houston, Texas SCADA improves efficiency of Water and Electricity distribution systems; Retrofit for energy efficiency of 40 municipal buildings delivers $3 million yearly warranted energy and water savings. .
  19. 19. Integration Integrating [Operational Technology + IT] where it makes sense, to provide new, better services and deliver additional value to citizens
  20. 20. Schneider Electric 20Smart Cities Dallas, Texas Integrated Mobility Management platform improves efficiency of multimodal transportation , sharing information between agencies and supporting decision-making in the management of major city corridor.
  21. 21. Innovation Breaking down barriers and driving valuable, meaningful change through process, business model, technical and organizational innovation.
  22. 22. Schneider Electric 22 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil SCADA improves efficiency of Water distribution system, Electricity grid and Gas distribution system through all Metropolitan Area; Traffic Management system optimizes mobility throughout the city; all interfaced with Rio’s Intelligent Operations Center (IOC) providing >50% of its data - for a holistic view of city systems.
  23. 23. Collaboration Making it happen through collaboration and ongoing engagement between city, community and business, as well as with global and local industry players, across sectors and across city domains.
  24. 24. Schneider Electric 24- Smart Cities World – WBCSD initiative Urban Infrastructure collaborative initiative ●WBCSD is:  a CEO-driven business association  with focus on sustainable development and strong moral credibility ●The Urban Infrastructure Initiative:  Brings together 14 companies: Acciona, Aecom, AGC, Cemex, EDF, GDF-Suez, Honda, Nissan, Philips, Siemens, Tepco, TNT, Toyota, United Technologies – and Schneider Electric  With objective to engage with city officials upstream of any commercial project  And demonstrate value of business involvement in early urban planning  And value of multi-sector collaboration to address inter-related urban issues ●Engagements with cities in:  Europe: Finland, Netherlands  Asia: India, China, Japan  Americas: Mexico, USA  Africa (underway)
  25. 25. Citizens at the center. Innovation as an enabler… Schneider Electric as a partner. •Business models •Process models •Technology platforms •People – active participants •Proactive engagement & listening •Outcomes-based
  26. 26. Schneider Electric 26- Smart Cities ● Solutions to cities' immediate challenges, ● Integration for increased efficiency, ● Collaboration to make it happen, ●Innovation to transform our world. We deliver urban efficiency. Today. Smart Energy Smart Mobility Smart Water Smart Public Services Smart Buildings & Homes Smart Integration Smart Collaboration We understand what it takes. We make Smart Cities a reality.
  27. 27. Schneider Electric 27- Smart Cities Smart Water Smart Public Services Smart MobilitySmart Energy Smart Buildings & Homes Smart Grid Automation & Flexible Distribution Traffic Management Renewables Integration & Micro Grid EV Charging Infrastructure & Supervision Services Smart Metering Management & Demand Response Real-Time Smart Grid Software Suite Street Lighting management Tolling & Congestion Charging • Power, Security, Building, IT, & Process Management Systems integrated Architecture • Integrated City Management Platform for Mobility • Security Systems & Management • Energy & Environment Management Information System • Weather Intelligence Smart Integration Solutions to cities’ immediate needs Improving operating systems through expertise in Operational & Information technology Integrated Mobility • Public Transit • Traveler Information Public Safety • Video Surveillance • Emergency management High-performance Buildings* • Energy Efficiency & Security solutions •Energy Services Connection to the Smart Grid Efficient Homes • Home Energy management * Hospitals, industrial facilities, datacenters and commercial buildings Gas Distribution Management Digital City Services • eGovernment • Education • Healthcare • Tourism Stormwater management and Urban Flooding Power, Control & Security Systems integration Distribution Management & Leak Detection
  28. 28. Schneider Electric 28- Smart Cities Weather & Emissions Events & Emergencies Management Traffic Management Public Transport Security Electric Vehicles Integration for increased efficiency today Integrated Management Platform leverages Operational & Information technology to provide city and citizens with real-time, meaningful data
  29. 29. Schneider Electric 29- Smart Cities City Residents Services & information Smart Public Services Systems Smart Water Systems Integrated Management Platform Smart Energy Systems Smart Mobility Systems Smart Buildings & Homes Systems Communications Network(s) Continuous Optimization of Infrastructure Efficiency Information Sharing Business Intelligence Decision Support City Government More efficient city management Incident Management Innovating for better outcomes tomorrow Integrated city management platform to leverage efficient urban infrastructure and provide more effective public services as well as innovative citizen applications
  30. 30. Schneider Electric 30- Smart Cities Innovating process and business models New models make smart projects affordable to cities Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Leveraging the cloud to deliver software remotely to multiple customers, significantly reducing capital expenses PPP - Concessionaire Model Operation of infrastructure systems under agreement with city, creating additional revenue for the city Information & Payment Services Provision of information or payment services to city residents & businesses based on collected data Performance Contracting Third-party financing of projects with payback out of guaranteed energy, water, or operational cost savings PPP – Design, Build, Operate Transfer City government outsources management of systems or infrastructure to private company to realize cost savings
  31. 31. Schneider Electric 31- Smart Cities Local community & government Local players Global players Collaboration to make it all happen No company or organization can deliver a Smart City alone. Design & Engineering Technology providers Construction & Implementation Operations NGO’s & associations Utilities Planners & Developers Governments Finance & Investment
  32. 32. In conclusion…
  33. 33. Schneider Electric 33- Smart Cities Urban efficiency is real Practical lessons from our 200+ projects around the world ● up to 30% Energy savings ● reduction of Water losses by up to 15% ● reduction of Travel time and Traffic delays by up to 20% ● and longer-term Environmental, Social & Economic sustainability  reduced air pollution and carbon emissions  economic boost from infrastructure investment  improved security and local jobs
  34. 34. Schneider Electric 34- Smart Cities Smart Cities is not a concept – it is about urban efficiency, and it is happening today. We understand what it takes. We make Smart Cities a reality.
  35. 35. Schneider Electric 35- Smart Cities Make the most of your energy™
  36. 36. Schneider Electric 36Smart Cities Tianjin, China GIS for upgrading of power grid towards Smart Grid; District heating management; Metro tolling system.
  37. 37. Schneider Electric 37Smart Cities Madrid, Spain Weather information system for airport; Stormwater management; Energy management system for buildings; Real-time adaptive traffic control system in 739 intersections; Integrated platform manages traffic control, CCTV system, city access control and web-based traveler information.
  38. 38. Schneider Electric 38Smart Cities Barcelona, Spain Command & Control Centers for city traffic, critical buildings, metro, parking, CCTV surveillance; air quality monitoring; metro fare collection. .
  39. 39. Schneider Electric 39Smart Cities Quito, Ecuador Real-time adaptive traffic control system covering 600 crossings, 6700 traffic lights and 1500 CCTV cameras; Weather information system for city airport; Integrated platform manages traffic control, CCTV system, city access control, and provides web- based traveler information
  40. 40. Schneider Electric 40Smart Cities Mumbai, India SCADA improves efficiency of Water distribution system; real-time adaptive traffic control system optimizes traffic in 253 crossings; central traffic management control center supervises and reacts to disruptions. .
  41. 41. Schneider Electric 41Smart Cities Dubai, UAE Integrated SCADA, Building Management System & Security system serve buildings for 9000 residents; SCADA improves water distribution system; CCTV provides access control. .
  42. 42. Schneider Electric 42Smart Cities inclusion equity Ethics & responsibility Tackling the stakes of today and tomorrow to support Schneider Electric’s responsible growth Carbon Resources Globalisation poverty New economies Access to energy Environment protection People well being Green business Energy efficiency Renewables Electric Vehicles Smart cities and smart grids Social commitment Responsible company Measured commitment Objective 2014: 8/10 January 2012 start: 3/10 •Communicate quarterly •Audited annually •Revised with each company programme
  43. 43. Schneider Electric 43- Smart Cities Urban efficiency is across the board Smart Water is real: • Up to 30% energy savings • Up to 20% reduction in water losses Smart Services are real: • Up to 20% reduction in street crime from CCTV • Up to 30% reduction in public lighting energy use Smart Energy is real: • Up to 45% outage reduction • Up to 15% reduction in operating costs Smart Mobility is real: • Up to 20% travel time reduction • Up to 15% less cars looking for parking Smart Buildings are real: • Up to 30% energy savings • Up to 15% reduction in operating costs
  44. 44. Schneider Electric 44 Smart Buildings are real: ●Up to reduction in operating costs ●Up to energy savings ●Up to value increase …and that’s just the start!
  45. 45. Schneider Electric 45 Smart Energy is real: ●Up to outage reduction ●Up to reduction in operating costs ●Up to savings from metering management …and that’s just the start!
  46. 46. Schneider Electric 46 Smart Mobility is real: ●Up to travel time reduction ●Up to increase in average urban transit speed ●Up to reduction of cars looking for parking ●Up to reduction of car stops …and that’s just the start!
  47. 47. Schneider Electric 47 Smart Public Services are real: ●Up to reduction in street crime ●Up to reduction in public lighting energy use …and that’s just the start!
  48. 48. Schneider Electric 48 Smart Water is real: ●Up to energy savings ●Up to reduction in water losses ●Up to outage reduction …and that’s just the start!

Editor's Notes

  • Our value proposition is clear & simple: we deliver urban efficiency - today.Our expert solutions solve today’s immediate challenges and most pressing pain-points. We have solutions for all the key systems of a city: energy, mobility, water, public services, buildings.We bring recognized integration capabilities, through interconnected and interoperable products, systems, services and softwares, to optimize each system and drive efficiency further.we work with others. Because we believe that no single company can build a smart city alone; because each city deserves the best-in-class global and local players; and because collaboration is in our DNA. And last but not least, we help develop the innocative architectures, financing mechanisms and business models that will help each city achieve its holistic sustainable vision.Let’s look beyond the words.
  • Third – collaboration.At Schneider Electric, we believe no single company can solve a city’s challenges alone. This is why we work together with best-in-class global and local partners, across the whole SmartCity value-chain . We have a strong track record of collaboration with best-in-class global players, that bring complementary capabilities and expertise to the table.But we also understand that cities have their own network of best-in-class local providers and stakeholders, who contribute their local knowledge and specific expertise to these projects.So collaboration is definitely a key success factor for these urban projects, which is why it plays such a big role in our SmartCity approach.Note for speaker:Planners & Developers include: Urban Planners, Strategy ConsultantsDesign & Engineering include: Design Engineers, Developers, Architects, IT Design ServicesConstruction & Implementation include: Construction management, EPCs, IT Project managementOperations include: Concessionaires, Telecom Service Providers, IT Outsourcers, Maintenance Services, Facilities Management.
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