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Brussel Smart City

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Brussel Smart City door Céline Vanderborght
Atelier digitale innovatie en communicatie stimuleren
Uitreiking Slim in de Stad-prijs

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Brussel Smart City

  1. 1. Céline Vanderborght Smart City Manager BRIC cvanderborght@cirb.brussels
  2. 2. The Brussels Regional Informatics Centre (BRIC)
  3. 3. 300 people 50 M euros The BRIC Public administration which organizes, promotes and spreads the use of Information and Communication Technologies within the Brussels-Capital Region Target audience Regional and Local Authorities Schools, Hospitals, Citizens Advantages cutting-edge IT skills through IRISteam asbl founding shareholder of IRISnet, the Brussel’s broadband telecommunications network. 3
  4. 4. Some existing services
  5. 5. Improve connectivity for schools and public spaces 5 • 166 connected secondary schools by 2019 (28 schools per year) • Average cost of connectivity 35.000 EUR per school • The Region will give 1 million EUR par year A large scale free public wireless network: 60 sites connected, 4.000 users every day
  6. 6. IRISbox : one-stop shop  250 interactive forms  25.000 documents/year 6
  7. 7. Fix My Street: local incident management (roads) 7  19 municipalities  15.000 incidents in 2014
  8. 8. UrbIS: geographical databases and interactive cartographic applications 8  UrbIS data / UrbIS tools / UrbIS applications
  9. 9. Nova platform: processing environmental, planning and land division permits 9
  10. 10. Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) platform: 2.900 cameras integrated by 2018 10
  11. 11. Brussels Smart City Definition Concept  Philosophy
  12. 12. « In Smart Cities, digital technologies translate into better public services for citizen, better use of resources and less impact on the environment » Digital Agenda for Europe
  13. 13. Concept smart city 2008 • mobile > fixed • Things > humans • Rural > urban 13 New ICT paradigm • Mobile applications • Social networks • Internet of things • Cloud computing • Big data Sustainability triangle • Social empowerment and governance • Environmental resources and pollution • Economic growth and efficiency
  14. 14. 14 A. Existing services B. Consultations C. European projects  Strategy • web portal http://smartcity.brussels on line since 3 June 2015 • Smart City Manager hired in september 2015 • Approval of a strategy for Brussels Smart City early 2016 Strategy and proposals for 2016 - 2019 “To create a smart city where living and working are much more pleasant thanks to the smart use of technology” State Secretary for IT and Digital transition Bianca Debaets
  15. 15. Consultations
  16. 16. 16 3. Education (citizen, open data, teachers, uses within the wall of the school) 4. Weaknesses of the private sector, innovation insufficiently highlighted, to re-inforce (start-ups, EU projects, universities). 5. Need of high quality information (transparency) in both ways (contribution, co-creation) 1. Citizen must be at the heart of every smart city strategy 2. Data related to privacy (to convince, educate, find a solution for the future of any exchange of personal data) Smart City Summit 3 June 2015
  17. 17. Meeting with ICT companies 17 1. Open data 2. The cloud 3. ICT training and education 4. Clusters and incubators Smart City Wheel Boyd Cohen
  18. 18. www.smartcity.brussels 18 Fix-My-Proprété Wifi arrêts de bus Streaming conseil communaux Application qualité de l’air Open data Stationnnement Ecoles Changement d’adresse Caméra d’ambiance Antennes intercommunales WiFi événementiel
  19. 19. European Projects
  20. 20. European Cloud Marketplace for Intelligent Mobility (CIP) 20 Platform to publish services available in the cloud. Mobile payment and parking assistance services Proof of concept Integration of BePark services (find and use private parking spots with access management tools) and MobileFor (SMS’s payement for on street parking purposes) http://m.ecim-cities.eu/ building an Internet of Things Open innovation ecosystem for connected smart objects (H2020) Interconnection of platforms, use of combined set of data from different platforms and creation of application building blocks 3 proof of concepts (to be defined) • Safety on the way to school (sensors: mobile and traffic counting) • Smart mobility for emergency services (sensors: cameras and GPS) • Measuring cyclists (sensors: bikes sensors, mobile, trafic lights)
  21. 21. Conclusions … and thanks for your attention!

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