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Prof. Federico Casalegno - connected urban-development

  1. 1. Connected Urban DevelopmentFederico CasalegnoTechnologyDay, TIS Innovation ParkJuly 22, 2011 Bolzano, Italy MIT Mobile Experience Laboratory
  2. 2. Research focus: http://mobile.mit.edu/researchThe MIT Mobile Experience Lab focuses on creative and radical designs to recapture connections betweenpeople, information, and places, using cutting-edge information technology to improvepeople’s lives through meaningful experiences.With a multidisciplinary team, we research and design new technologies and explore their impact onspaces, communities and societies.
  3. 3. Themes.01 | Connectivity .02 | Mobility .03 | SustainabilityTechnologies and services to Rethinking mobility, Designing for sustainability infoster location-based connections transportation, communication, urban and rural environments, andand redefine the user experience. and information networks. promoting sustainable communities.
  4. 4. MIT Mobile Experience LabApproach
  5. 5. Pluridisciplinary
  6. 6. Multicultural
  7. 7. Hands-on
  8. 8. integrated
  9. 9. the disruptive users
  10. 10. .01 | .02 | .03 |Skeleton & Skin Artificial Physiologies Nervous systemPre-industrial cities consisted Cities of the industrial era Cities of the digital informationessentially of skeleton and skin. acquired extensive and era are developing integratedThey provided shelter and sophisticated artificial electronic nervous systems.protection, and through physiologies: water supply and Cities starts to operate asstacking floors vertically they drainage systems, energy intelligent organisms that makeenabled intensification of land supply systems, and coordinated responses touse. mechanized transportation. changing conditions and needs.
  11. 11. 1 Connected
  12. 12. Bus Stop 12
  13. 13. Structural research and parametric designvideo available onhttp://mobile.mit.edu/research/urban-interface/interactive-bus-stop 13
  14. 14. electronic skin 14
  15. 15. inside interaction 15
  16. 16. outside interaction 16
  17. 17. video available onhttp://mobile.mit.edu/research/urban-interface/interactive-bus-stop 17
  18. 18. interactions: internal 18
  19. 19. interactions: internal 19
  20. 20. interactions: internal 20
  21. 21. interactions: internal 21
  22. 22. interactions: internal 22
  23. 23. interactions: external 23
  24. 24. interactions: external 24
  25. 25. 2User Generated Content
  26. 26. Locast civic
  27. 27. video available onhttp://mobile.mit.edu/locastorhttp://mobile.mit.edu/research/connective-tissue/locast-civic-media
  28. 28. Locast AbruzzoA Locative Media Travel GuideMIT Mobile Experience Lab
  29. 29. The ApplicationsLocast Abruzzo is a multi-platform experience composed of a WebApplication and apps for Android and iOS devices
  30. 30. Web Application
  31. 31. Mobile Apps
  32. 32. 3 Trust
  33. 33. How can we rethink the relationship betweeninstitutions and citizens?
  34. 34. How institutions communicate with theyounger population?How institutions can utilize communicationtechnologies in a more effective way?
  35. 35. Ride.Link
  36. 36. video available on:http://mobile.mit.edu/research/ Confidential document
  37. 37. Testing
  38. 38. Mobility on Demand 44
  39. 39. Big Problem: Buildings and TransportationIn the 21st century about 90% of population growth will be in urban areas; these will accountfor 60% of the population and 80% of the wealth. Hence, the pattern of future energydemand will increasingly be determined by urban networks.Transportation and building operations typically account for at least 60% of urban energyuse.In congested urban areas, about 40% of total gasoline use is in cars looking for parking.-Imperial College Urban Energy Systems Project MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  40. 40. MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  41. 41. Reinventing Access and Maneuverability MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  42. 42. Energy and Space Efficient MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  43. 43. MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  44. 44. MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  45. 45. MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  46. 46. Renewable Power, Energy Storage, and SmartGrids With large-scale use, car stacks throw enormous battery capacity into the electrical grid. Effective utilization of inexpensive, off-peak power and clean but intermittent power sources – solar, wind, wave, etc. A smart, distributed power generation system composed of these sources (the entire city as a virtual power plant) minimizes transmission losses. MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  47. 47. Mobility-on-Demand IT Network MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  48. 48. Dynamic Pricing MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  49. 49. The RoboScooterA collaboration with:Sanyang (SYM) and Industrial Technology Research Institute(ITRI) of Taiwan MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  50. 50. MIT Media Lab, Smart Cities group, William J. Mitchell
  51. 51. 4 Green Wheel
  52. 52. video available onhttp://mobile.mit.edu/greenwheel/
  53. 53. GreenWheel components
  54. 54. GreenWheel - Mobile Health
  55. 55. GreenWheel - Mobile Health
  56. 56. GreenWheel - Mobile Health
  57. 57. GreenWheel - Mobile Health
  58. 58. GreenWheel electronic
  59. 59. PTA - Personal Travel Assistant!"#$%&()*#+"(),$$-$.&./)0-$1%)23$."4$
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  62. 62. ConnectedHome
  63. 63. Green Homes Alliance
  64. 64. video available onhttp://mobile.mit.edu/fbk/
  65. 65. Connected UrbanDevelopment
  66. 66. Moving
  67. 67. Homes
  68. 68. Work
  69. 69. Personal responsibilities
  70. 70. http://connectedsustainablecities.org/
  71. 71. Open SourceBus 77
  72. 72. PersonalizedBus 78
  73. 73. PTA 79
  74. 74. ThanksFederico Casalegnocasalegno@mit.eduhttp://mobile.mit.edu
  75. 75. MIT Mobile Experience Laboratory Director Core TeamDesign Lab David Boardman Dr. Federico CasalegnoSchool of Architecture and Planning Daniel CardosoMassachusetts Institute of Technology Melissa Heffner Colleen KamanOne Cambridge Center, Advisory Board Simon KimNE18 - 4th floor William J.Mitchell Brian McMurrayCambridge, MA 02139 - USA Manuel Castells Juhong Park Marco Susani Steve PomeroyT: +1.617-452-5558 Anthony RizosF: +1.617-225-6971 Sajid Sadi ContactsE: mobileexperience@mit.edu Carl Yu Lily Fu Project Manager Orkan Telhanhttp://mobile.mit.edu (lilyfu@mit.edu)Alumni / Past CollaboratorsSergio Araya, Solomon Bisker, Marcel Botha, David Bouchard, Abigail Burnham, Agnes Chang, Dave Chiu,Enrico Costanza, Jonathan Gips, Guz Gutmann, Lizzie Krasner, Cristal Law, Mirja Leinss, Michael Menchu,Philipp Muehlebach, Hector Ouilhet, Somnath Ray, Michael Sable, Aaron Tang, Eric Weber, Aaron Zinmann.
  76. 76. MIT Mobile Experience Lab - SponsorsCompanies
  77. 77. MIT Mobile Experience Lab - SponsorsInstitutions

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