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Utah Ignite Update Glen Ricart

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Glen Ricart of US Ignite gave an update of how Ignite is focusing on Utah development.

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Utah Ignite Update Glen Ricart

  1. 1. Smart Gigabit Communities Glenn Ricart August 20, 2015
  2. 2. is a public-private partnership Creating a connected ecosystem of innovative applications and services In smart gigabit communities For - Economic development - Civic resilience - Internet of Things and Smart Cities - Healthcare, education, public safety, transportation, clean energy, and advanced manufacturing
  3. 3. is a public-private partnership Creating a connected ecosystem of innovative applications and services In smart gigabit communities For - Economic development - Civic resilience - Intenet of Things and Smart Cities - Healthcare, education, public safety, transportation, clean energy, and advanced manufacturing
  4. 4. is a public-private partnership Creating a connected ecosystem of innovative applications and services In smart gigabit communities For - Economic development - Civic resilience - Cyberleadership - Healthcare, education, public safety, transportation, clean energy, and advanced manufacturing
  5. 5. is a public-private partnership Creating a connected ecosystem of innovative applications and services In smart gigabit communities For - Economic development - Civic resilience - Internet of Things and Smart Cities - Healthcare, education, public safety, transportation, clean energy, and advanced manufacturing
  6. 6. is a public-private partnership Creating a connected ecosystem of innovative applications and services In smart gigabit communities For - Economic development - Civic resilience - Internet of Things and Smart Cities - Healthcare, education, public safety, transportation, clean energy, and advanced manufacturing
  7. 7. is a public-private partnership Creating a connected ecosystem of innovative applications and services In smart gigabit communities For - Economic development - Civic resilience - Internet of Things and Smart Cities - Healthcare, education, public safety, transportation, clean energy, and advanced manufacturing
  8. 8. Major Programs in • NSF funding innovative applications ($10M/yr.) • National marketplace of • Interconnected, interoperable smart gigabit communities • Mozilla Hive – education activities • NIST Global City Team Challenge • New White House announcements coming in September
  9. 9. Community Responsibilities (Smart Gigabit) • Civic Organizing / Steering Committee • Major local carriers / ISPs participate • Local Interchange Point to keep local traffic local • Local smart city “Brain” servers • Application / service development and deployment • Public benefit applications receive attention • Coordinate with other cities in the national marketplace
  10. 10. City / Region Ignite Steering Committee Developers Entrepreneurs Mayor and economic development staff Chamber of Commerce Academic Leaders Tech businesses Local foundations Code for America Mozilla Hives Google Developer Group Local ISPs Accelerator / Garage Large tech companies Faculty with NSF support Faculty / Masters’ students / capstone projects Angels and VCs Kauffman Tech Venture Code for America Leaders of Mozilla Hives
  11. 11. Participation by major carriers / ISPs Wired / wireless Examples: • CenturyLink • Verizon • UETN • Skywire • T-Mobile • Comcast • Xmission • Google Fiber • Strata • All West • AT&T • Vivint …. Etc.
  12. 12. Local Interchange Point Local Traffic Only • Keep local traffic local • Gigabit end-to-end within the city • Ultra low-latency for Internet of Things and smart cities applications and services • Self-sufficient, resilient community
  13. 13. Glenn’s House to U. Utah C:UsersGlenn>tracert www.utah.edu Tracing route to www.utah.edu [155.97.137.55] over a maximum of 30 hops: 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 192.168.142.1 2 9 ms 9 ms 10 ms c-24-11-6-1.hsd1.ut.comcast.net [24.11.6.1] 3 17 ms 16 ms 10 ms te-0-5-0-14-sur04.saltlakecity.ut.utah.comcast.net [162.151.39.77] 4 16 ms 9 ms 8 ms he-0-8-0-1-ar01.sandy.ut.utah.comcast.net [162.151.49.145] 5 25 ms 24 ms 35 ms be-33660-cr01.sunnyvale.ca.ibone.comcast.net [68.86.90.145] 6 46 ms 26 ms 48 ms he-0-13-0-1-pe03.11greatoaks.ca.ibone.comcast.net [68.86.83.138] 7 39 ms 52 ms 35 ms as7385-1-c.11greatoaks.ca.ibone.comcast.net [173.167.56.198] 8 52 ms 55 ms 36 ms 209.63.82.246 9 77 ms 46 ms 45 ms 209.210.68.68 10 77 ms 49 ms 50 ms ebc-p-b-171.uen.net [140.197.252.84] 11 62 ms 60 ms 58 ms ebc-p-b-171.uen.net [140.197.252.84] 12 50 ms 49 ms 49 ms 140.197.253.139 13 77 ms 67 ms 49 ms 199.104.93.210 14 * 77 ms 50 ms 199.104.93.193 15 71 ms 49 ms 50 ms 155.99.130.59 16 86 ms 50 ms 66 ms 155.99.130.107 17 49 ms 61 ms 58 ms test.www.utah.edu [155.97.137.55] Trace complete.
  14. 14. Smart City Brain Servers Dynamically-allocated services • Leverage GENI network (see next slide) • Dynamically allocated apps and services • Part of a Nationwide marketplace • Will be replaced by commercial services • Programmable (Docker-compatible) • Sliceable
  15. 15. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation 16GEC22 – March 23, 2015 www.geni.net GENI: Infrastructure for Experimentation GENI provides compute resources that can be connected in experimenter specified Layer 2 topologies.
  16. 16. Infrastructure Goals Design for Cyberphysical Systems (CPS) loops Ultra-Responsive Ultra-Reliable Programmable isolation and federation Billable Enable big data acquisition and analysis Decision support systems Compare results among consumers, cities, regions Enable inter-city CPS and collaboration
  17. 17. Locavore Infrastructure for Smart Cities I4oT Design Impact Local gigabit(+) network Ultra-responsive Enough bandwidth to virtualize Network virtualization Programmable isolation and federation Bind network, servers, & applications Billable City / region I4oT cloud (Smart City Brain) Ultra-responsive Ultra-reliable Data warehouse and analysis Smart city asset
  18. 18. PM2.5 Modeling 19 Courtesy David Lary
  19. 19. Deep Brain Stimulation Tuning Chris Butson, SCI Institute U. Utah
  20. 20. CONFIDENTIAL ©2013 Cityzenith DATA VISUALIZATION PLATFORM MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT GHG STANDARDS NETWORK SMART CITY PLATFORM PROVIDER BUILDING ENERGY RETROFIT FINANCE TRANSPORTATION EMISSIONS ANALYSIS BUILDING ENERGY RETROFIT ANALYSIS BUILDING ENERGY CHANGE MANAGEMENT 5D SMART A 3D data visualization platform project mapping building energy usage and GHG emissions data to a 3D model of downtown San Francisco that will empower building owners with the information and tools they need to make their buildings more energy efficient. • The City of San Francisco expects to incur an estimated $62 billion in climate-related infrastructure damage by the middle of the 21st century. • Buildings are responsible for 52% of the city's carbon emissions, a major cause of climate change. • 75% of the city's largest 2,000 commercial buildings fall within the boundaries of the San Francisco 2030 District. • Despite progressive green building codes, capital markets, real estate investors, property managers, commercial tenants, and even utilities lack comprehensive, granular data about the specific energy efficiency opportunities and solutions. • 5D Smart San Francisco 2030 District will serve as a hub making necessary data and solutions easily available to building owners in the city in order to accelerate and expand investment in energy efficiency retrofits.
  21. 21. Air temperature humidity light carbon monoxide (CO) nitrogen dioxide (NO2) vibration volatile organic compounds (VOCs) ozone (O3) carbon Dioxide (CO2) sulfur Oxides particulate Matter Human activity ambient sound infrared camera (surface temp) count Bluetooth and WiFi Weather (later) precipitation wind measurements
  22. 22. Air healthiest and unhealthiest walking times and routes block-by-block weather Human activity - infrared cameras: sidewalk and street temperature can guide salting responses - suggest safe and efficient routes for walking late at night or for timing traffic lights during peak traffic hours.
  23. 23. SMART MOBILE OPERATION: OSU TRANSPORTATION HUB (SMOOTH) Automating the First and the Last Miles Automating the First and Last Miles First Mile/Last Mile Solutions • On demand automated vehicles will move passengers the first mile to the bus stop and the last mile from the bus stop (bottom picture). • Scheduled or on demand vehicles will move passengers through a closed loop within OSU campus (through roads and pedestrian areas, top picture). • The vehicles will: – use automated driving technology; – use V2V communication for convoy driving; – be equipped with vulnerable road user protection technology enabling them to function in pedestrian zones. • SMOOTH will keep track of vehicles and guide them. • Smartphone applications will be developed to schedule and track the on-demand automated vehicles. PARTNERS Ohio State University - Center for Automotive Research City of Columbus Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) Team ARIBO Location: Columbus, Ohio
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  25. 25. WiRover Multiple Radios with Software Control
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  28. 28. Impact Areas Smart infrastructure Education Public safety / disaster / resilience Health Wireless infrastructure Smart transportation Planning E-access to services Change behavior
  29. 29. Expected Results City resiliency / management Better knowledge / choices Reduce resource impact Improve quality of life

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