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Venturefest Launch Event - PM Session

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Featuring talks from Alex Gluhak (Digital Catapult), Paul Adam (Nokia), Dan Hubert (AppyParking), Barney Smith (Bristol is Open), Matt Jukes (mySociety), Vassillis Seferidis (Zeeta Networks) and Sam Markey (Future City Catapult),

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Venturefest Launch Event - PM Session

  1. 1. Alex Gluhak Head of Technology Digital Catapult
  2. 2. THINGS CONNECTED Accelerating IoT Innovation in the UK Dr. Alex Gluhak, Head of Technology 3rd February 2017
  3. 3. • Applied R&D to accelerate economic growth and productivity for the UK • Combines tech and business expertise • A not-for-profit, private limited company • Completely neutral DIGITAL CATAPULT
  4. 4. LOW POWER WIDE AREA NETWORKS (LPWAN)  Providing long range low bandwidth connectivity for many devices  Low power operation up to 10 years on batteries  Deep indoor penetration  Low connectivity cost (~1£/dev/year) or infrastructure costs [Source: Infoholics Research, 2016]
  5. 5. IS THE UK FALLING BEHIND?  France (Orange, Bouygues)  Belgium (Proximus)  Netherlands (KPN)  Swiss (Swisscom)  US (Senet)  India (Tata Communications)  Korea (SK Telecom)  Japan (Softbank)  …. National Rollouts
  6. 6. ….THE UK INDUSTRY IS FALLING BEHIND FR 54% US 10% ES 9% BE 6% UK 4% IT 3% NL 3% OTHER 11% Number of LPWAN module and device manufacturers
  7. 7. THINGS CONNECTED LPWAN Network Innovation supportx = National innovation programme around LPWAN testbeds in different UK regions to strategically support local IoT sector growth New IoT products & services by UK SMES
  8. 8. INNOVATION PROGRAMME 1) Lower barrier of tech access 3) Lower barrier of market access2) Lower barrier of innovation LPWAN test network Tutorial/Training Device eco-system Environment for App enablement Partner network opportunity Challenge sponsors (demand side) Community platform Challenge based open calls Skill-up workforce Knowledge transfer Business modelling support Commercial prototype support
  9. 9. THINGS CONNECTED LONDON PARTNERS Programme delivery SME innovation support Research Knowledge transfer Work force skill-up Node-hosting App Enablement Knowledge partner Certification & testingLORA net provider
  10. 10. THINGS CONNECTED LONDON NETWORK  London wide LoRaWAN deployment covering M25 boundary by March 2017  Launched open call Sep 2016 with 80+ expressions of interests, mainly SMEs  LPWAN London community of more than 350+ entrepreneurs  First cohort of 20 UK SMEs on-boarded onto our network and programme Coverage end of 2016
  11. 11. LoRaWAN USE CASES 20+ products and service developed and piloted on top of our London network
  12. 12. BEYOND LONDON Six new UK LPWAN innovation hubs accelerating 60 SMEs for up to 1 year Cambridge Wireless Cambridge ADI UK Bradford HBB Bristol Hartree Center (STFC) Daresbury Sensor City Liverpool Liverpool AB Open Halifax / Calder Valley
  13. 13. THINGS CONNECTED BRISTOL LoRaWAN BRISTOL Core delivery partners Bristol Is Open Supporting eco-system End of Feb 3rd March 17th March Online application closes Pitch Day Competition Watershed, Bristol Interviews (1hr) 6th March 16th March 10 SME winners announced 2017 Details: https://hbb.org.uk/iotuk-boost/ Contact: John Bradford
  14. 14. Things Connected Open for UK business! www.thingsconnected.net
  15. 15. Paul Adams Lead of Marketing for the UK&I and Western Europe Nokia
  16. 16. 16 © Nokia 2016 Talking about ‘smartcities’ Confidential Paul Adams Director, Customer Marketing UK&I and Western Europe
  17. 17. 17 © Nokia 2016 The smarthome of 2020
  18. 18. 18 © Nokia 2016 We don‘t make these…
  19. 19. 19 © Nokia 2016 But we used to make these…
  20. 20. 20 © Nokia 2016 Now we‘re all about this…
  21. 21. 21 © Nokia 2016 Confidential Chattanooga, the most progressive and livable mid-size cities in the US The fastest Internet speeds with10 gigabits/sec in the western hemisphere for innovation and competitiveness. Reducing power outages by 60% and generating at least 2,800 new jobs and $865.3 million in economic and social benefits. “Chattanooga is the perfect place for companies to enhance productivity today and test the applications everyone in the country will want tomorrow.” Harold DePriest, president and CEO of EPB The city has won 3 national awards for outstanding "livability", and 9 Gunther Blue Ribbon Awards for excellence in housing and consolidated planning.
  22. 22. 22 © Nokia 2016 Confidential Dubai, making the capital the happiest city on earth Applying IoT for emergency services support, e-gov, transportation and healthcare 5G-ready high- bandwidth voice, video and other data apps for mission- critical services “Dubai has historically pioneered in providing exceptional quality of life, and an unparalleled business and technology innovation environment, Nokia has been an integral part of Dubai’s security communications network since 2001, and the company’s eagerness to adapt to our new, stringent security requirements gives us the confidence to make our city the safest and smartest in the world.” YousifAl Ali, Chief Technical Officer, Nedaa
  23. 23. 23 © Nokia 2016 Description Confidential Implement smart city applications and improve services for Jeddah residents Leverage Internet of Things and Cloud technologies expertise “Introducing IoT to all walks of life is a top priority for Zain KSA, and Nokia's Smart City solutions will provide us with a framework for enriching the lives of the people in Jeddah.” Sultan AlDeghaither, Chief Technology Officer, Zain RSA Jeddah, one of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's largest cities
  24. 24. 24 © Nokia 2016 Confidential Cape Town, a full digital city for the economic and tourism hub of South Africa Reducing costs, offering high-speed multimedia services to municipal facilities, and providing government e-services.. “The development of this high-speed communications infrastructure will further reduce the cost of broadband services through enabling open access to the City’s broadband infrastructure for commercial service providers. This is facilitating easy access and driving competition hence reducing broadband services cost to the citizens.” Leon Van Wyk – Telecom Manager, City of Cape Town Providing infra for MVNO’s to deliver last mile broadband connectivity to citizen and business.
  25. 25. 25 © Nokia 2016 Confidential Bristol Is Open, creating an open programmable city in UK Developed through partnerships and with Bristol University as a live testbed for smart city applications Agile infrastructure combined with Nokia IoT platforms and Bell Labs video and analytics applications “We are delighted that Nokia has accepted our invitation to join BIO. Building on the excellent relationship we already have with Nokia Bell Labs, the skills and experience that Nokia has will enable us to take BIO to the next stage of its development: solving real world problems for citizens and creating opportunity for all. Nokia brings a unique set of capabilities for smart city solutions that, through our open programmable city, are replicable and applicable in other cities.” Barney Smith, CEO of BIO
  26. 26. 26 © Nokia 2016 What does it take to become a smart city? • Advanced applications to ensure the best use of urban assets and data to create a smart, safe and sustainable environment • This requires shareable, secure and scalable connectivity and platform infrastructure that combines everything from the network to the devices, the applications, and the data • An open ecosystem, standards- based solutions and a continuous dialog with/between city leaders, stakeholders, and citizens
  27. 27. 27 © Nokia 2016 Network and platform infrastructure can make or break a smart city Shared • Wireless and wireline broadband access and IoT connectivity • Applications and data over a single IP/optical network • A ‘horizontal’ city platform, with a common set of capabilities • Real time access to applications, anytime and everywhere Secure • Endpoint and data protection • Device management, authentication and authorization • Traffic profiling and encryption Scalable • Fast take-up of sensor devices and applications • Massive growth in network traffic, data, and analytics • Huge variety in applications and traffic profiles • Critical applications need low latency and edge computing
  28. 28. 28 © Nokia 2016 Use cases are instrumental for making it real Internal Use Only • Crowd monitoring • Smart parking • Smart lighting • Smart public spaces • UAV traffic management • Tourism and advertising • Connected bus shelter • Smart metering • Smart energy gateway • Smart buildings • Connected field technician • OTA software updates • Fleet management • etc.
  29. 29. 29 © Nokia 2016 Connected devices will be all around us Source: BI research
  30. 30. 30 © Nokia 2016 • Consumers - 5B devices installed by 2020 • Governments - 7.6B devices installed by 2020 • Businesses - 11.2B devices installed by 2020 Development focus is on applications Source: BI research
  31. 31. 31 © Nokia 2016 When toasters attack Smart devices and software definitions
  32. 32. 32 © Nokia 2016 Unknown exposure 90% of devices collected at least one piece of personal information via the device, the cloud or its mobile application 60% devices that provide user interfaces were vulnerable to a range of issues such as persistent XSS or weak credentials 70% of devices used unencrypted network services 70% of devices along with their cloud and mobile application enable an attacker to identify valid user accounts through account enumeration 80% of devices along with their cloud and mobile application components failed to require passwords of a sufficient complexity and length IoT Source: HP Enterprise Security
  33. 33. 33 © Nokia 2016 Vandalism, espionage and zero day exploits...
  34. 34. 34 © Nokia 2016 Poulsen’s law Information is secure when it costs more to get it than it’s worth Kevin ‘Dark Dante’ Poulsen “ ”
  35. 35. 35 © Nokia 2016 35 COPYRIGHT © 2014 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This is not just a consumer thing what organisations are at risk? Source: data from Telmetrics, 24% 14% 14% 15% 9% 10% 14% Heathcare Government Financial services Other Education Retail Technology
  36. 36. 36 © Nokia 2016 Internal Use Only Our partnership ecosystem keeps growing: 330+ ng Connect members, of which 100+ are IoT Community members today www.iotcommunity.com
  37. 37. 37 © Nokia 2016 The networked age http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nabaztag, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMZvM5t0en8
  38. 38. 38 © Nokia 2016 It’s out there... I never gave away anything without wishing I had kept it; nor kept it without wishing I had given it away Louise Brooks “ ”Image: Der Büchse der Pandora [1929]
  39. 39. Technology Solutions to Smart City Challenges
  40. 40. Dan Hubert Founder AppyParking
  41. 41. DAN HUBERT - CEO
  42. 42. WHAT IS A SMART CITY? “A place where information is shared to create an ideal environment resulting in happy citizens.”
  43. 43. DRIVERS ARE LOST
  44. 44. • 30% of city congestion is from vehicles looking for parking. • £760m parking fines issued to UK drivers 2016. • 10% of vehicle emissions come from looking for parking. • 40,000 UK deaths each year attributed to poor air quality. • 20% of all Freedom of Information (FOI’s) requests are parking related. THE FACTS “If you reduce congestion by 10%. You can increase GDP by 2%. That would inject another £6.5Bn into London alone.”
  45. 45. MAKE DATA MEANINGFUL
  46. 46. ‘ONE CLICK’ PARKING™ M2M DONGLE CREATES CONNECTED CARS
  47. 47. ‘ONE CLICK’ PARKING™ • World first IoT payment solution • Frictionless Start/Stop payments • Maximize paid time in bays • Increases Efficiency • Reduces Congestion • Parking times reduced from 20 minutes to 30 seconds.
  48. 48. WESTMINSTER TRIAL “This solution has the potentia to save Pimlico Plumbers over £100k a year.” Charlie Mullins - CEO Pimlico Plumbers
  49. 49. Barney Smith CEO Bristol Is Open
  50. 50. Smart City Solutions Innovation Grown in Bristol @barney_captain
  51. 51. A Joint Venture Company between Bristol City Council & the University of Bristol ‘Why’ are we doing this? ‘How’ are we doing this?
  52. 52. BIO Board & Advisory Boards A Joint Venture Company between the Council & the University
  53. 53. BIO Board & Advisory Boards
  54. 54. BIO Board & Advisory Boards
  55. 55. BIO Board & Advisory Boards
  56. 56. BIO Board & Advisory Boards
  57. 57. Bristol is Open (BIO) is delivering programmable digital infrastructure, to facilitate R&D, innovation and experimentation at a city scale. A joint venture between the University of Bristol and Bristol City Council, BIO is a unique combination of advanced infrastructure and an experimentation platform. Collaborating with an ecosystem of academics, corporate partners, SMEs, and the citizens and communities of Bristol, BIO facilitates experimentation, exploring the development of software, applications and services.
  58. 58. BIO Management Team
  59. 59. BIO Management Team
  60. 60. BIO Management Team
  61. 61. BIO Management Team
  62. 62. SO WHAT HAVE WE DONE SO FAR
  63. 63. Funding partners who are helped make it happen so far
  64. 64. Laying cables in rivers, modifying lamp posts
  65. 65. A city-scale digital research infrastructure with a fibre core
  66. 66. Wireless connectivity: 3G, 4G, LTE & 5G Technologies
  67. 67. A mesh network IoT ‘canopy of connectivity’ across the city
  68. 68. The Data Dome
  69. 69. OUR ECOSYSTEM
  70. 70. Ecosystem of partners helping to make it happen
  71. 71. Who we are working with so far LOCAL SMEs
  72. 72. OUR ECOSYSTEM ASPIRATIONS
  73. 73. We have an agnostic test bed for smart city technology, you will be able to bring any technology to the BIO platform to experiment with What are the a challenges though? We will want to hear from you as our platform develops
  74. 74. THE EUROPEAN FUNDED EXPERIMENTS
  75. 75. Milestones
  76. 76. Milestones
  77. 77. Milestones
  78. 78. Milestones
  79. 79. Milestones
  80. 80. Milestones
  81. 81. Milestones
  82. 82. 5G & BIO • UK Government describe 5G as a ‘network of networks’ combining Optics and Wireless. Delivering seamless wireless access to fast, reliable and high capacity broadband: – Determined to be at the leading edge of the 5G revolution – Looking to focus support on 5G and integrated fibre trials – Seeking locally led ‘use cases’ • Bristol / BIO / University of Bristol uniquely positioned to be at forefront: – Dedicated fibre and wireless R&D testbed across the city – World Class academic research @ UoB – An existing programme of EU research associated to 5G – Working with an ecosystem of corporates & SMEs – Collaborating with other leading centres in UK and beyond
  83. 83. WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES WE ARE TRYING TO SOLVE?
  84. 84. As well as technology and networking, we are also looking for use cases: - Energy - Mobility / Transport - Air & Water quality - Security / video analytics - Health - Public Services - Buildings - ……..
  85. 85. So why do this?
  86. 86. Matt Jukes Product Manager, Better Cities mySociety
  87. 87. Better Cities @jukesie | 3 February 2017
  88. 88. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017 Our mission mySociety is a notforprofit social enterprise with a mission to invent and popularise digital tools that enable citizens to exert power over institutions and decision makers.​
  89. 89. Three practice areas @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017
  90. 90. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017 44 countries worldwide
  91. 91. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017 Top down or bottom up?
  92. 92. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017 Top down or bottom up?
  93. 93. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017 Services for citizens to contribute to making Better Cities.
  94. 94. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017
  95. 95. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017 10 YEARS
  96. 96. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017
  97. 97. Four simple steps 1. Enter a postcode 2. View the map 3. Make a report 4. Send to the council @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017
  98. 98. Available on the move Our web service is beautifully responsive and works across desktop, tablet and mobile as standard. Or we can offer you a branded mobile application currently available for both iOS and Android. Most people use the website, but in some cases up to a third of all reports are reported via our mobile apps. @jukesie | mySociety Venturefest | 3 February 2017
  99. 99. Ask me anything @jukesie matt@mysociety.org
  100. 100. Vassilis Seferidis CEO Zeetta Networks
  101. 101. NetOS® Enabling Programmable Networks for Smart Cities Presented by Vassilis Seferidis
  102. 102. Security Scenario in a Smart Stadium 107 Dynamically reconfigure network resources to handle high priority services (e.g. emergencies) Configuration 1 Universal Wi-Fi internet access to all spectators Configuration 2 Security personnel access only
  103. 103. NetOS®: Unified Control of all Smart City Sub-systems
  104. 104. 109
  105. 105. 110
  106. 106. 111
  107. 107. Bristol Is Open: Joint Venture between Council & University Provides the city infrastructure Provides the SDN/NFV technology Bristol Is Open Network Powered by Zeetta Networks!
  108. 108. REPLICATE – Smart City €25m Smart City HORIZON2020 Project Zeetta’s NetOS® orchestrates city infrastructure 113 Leading Cities Following Cities http://replicate-project.eu/
  109. 109. Thank You! For more information please contact: Vassilis Seferidis Email: vassilis@zeetta.com Telephone: +44 (0) 7917 303 903
  110. 110. Sam Markey UK Cities Engagement Lead Future City Catapult
  111. 111. WE ARE FUTURE CITIES CATAPULT
  112. 112. WE ADVANCE URBAN INNOVATION, TO GROW UK COMPANIES, TO MAKE CITIES BETTER
  113. 113. We convene businesses, universities and city leaders so that they can work with each other to solve the problems that cities face, now and in the future.
  114. 114. In the process we grow the UK economy and make the country a destination for urban innovation
  115. 115. OUR URBAN FUTURE 1950 746m 30% of total population TODAY 3.8bn 54% of total population 2050 6.3bn 66% of total population TOTAL POPULATION 2.52bn TOTAL POPULATION 7bn
  116. 116. THE UK IS PERFECTLY PLACED TO HELP With world-class architects, academics, engineers, developers, designers and planners, the nation is home to the talent required to transform urban spaces. We’re helping businesses, universities and cities to overcome urban challenges.
  117. 117. THE CATAPULT FAMILY OFFSHORE RENEWABLE ENERGY Glasgow HIGH VALUE MANUFACTURING AFRC - Strathclyde CPI - Wilton/Sedgefield AMRC & NAMRC - Rotherham WMG - Coventry MTC - Ansty NCC - Bristol TRANSPORT SYSTEMS Milton Keynes DIGITAL London FUTURE CITIES London CELL AND GENE THERAPY London SATELLITE APPLICATIONS Oxford • Closing the gap between concept & commercialisation • Unlocking opportunity & reducing innovation risk • Ten world-leading innovation centres ENERGY SYSTEMS Birmingham PRECISION MEDICINE Cambridge
  118. 118. OUR APPROACH
  119. 119. • We convene businesses, universities, investors, innovators and cities. • We test and develop new products and services to accelerate them to market. • We enable the adoption of innovations in cities around the world.
  120. 120. CITIES BUSINESSES ACADEMIA CITIZENS
  121. 121. FACTS AND FIGURES
  122. 122. ADVANCE INNOVATION 50+ 4000+ 4 ACADEMIC COLLABORATIONS GUESTS THROUGH THE URBAN INNOVATION CENTRE IN CLERKENWELL DEMONSTRATOR PROJECTS – TESTING TECH ON THE GROUND IN CITIES
  123. 123. GROWING UK COMPANIES 39+ 210+ 15+ PROJECTS WITH BUSINESSES INCLUDING SMES SME ENGAGEMENTS PROJECTS SUPPORTING EXPORTS ON 4 CONTINENTS
  124. 124. MAKE CITIES BETTER 42 4 8 CITY STANDARDS INSTITUTE MEMBERS NEW CITY STANDARDS PUBLISHED OR IN DEVELOPMENT WITH THE BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION CITY DATA AND MODELLING PROJECTS
  125. 125. SOME CURRENT PROJECTS
  126. 126. Header CAPSTONE • Future Cities Catapult is helping to develop the legacy of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. • Working with Intel Labs Europe, Imperial College and University College London, we're developing and deploying technologies to enhance visitors’ experience • Our aim is to ensure the park becomes renowned as a hotbed for innovation and cutting edge technology.
  127. 127. Header LIF E • The Life First Emergency Traffic Control (LIFE) project aims to reduce the time taken by ambulances to reach critically ill patients • The project is funded by Innovate UK, and delivered by FCC in partnership with Red Ninja, the Transport Systems Catapult and DINNIQ • Our role is to identify the main issues around delays, so we can accurately define the challenge and shape a suitable response.
  128. 128. Header CITIES STANDARDS INSTITUTE • A world-class partnership between Future Cities Catapult and the British Standards Institute for the creation of smart city standards • CSI is a membership programme bringing together city stakeholders including councilors, academics and businesses • Our standards are already being used internationally. The two standards delivered to date are being included in ISO standards, via the 268 Committee on Smart and Sustainable Cities
  129. 129. EXPORTING INNOVATION Our urban future is a global phenomenon, so we’re working hard to take the best new technologies and services from the UK to cities across the globe.
  130. 130. Header DUBAI • We’re helping Dubai to achieve it’s ambition of becoming the happiest city in the world • Becoming a smarter city is one of our key strategies for making Dubai happier • We’ve suggested 36 actions city authorities can take to make Dubai smarter and happier
  131. 131. NEW TOWN KOLKATA We’ve been working with key stakeholders in New Town Kolkata to help it develop a roadmap rooted in local needs and strategic priorities.
  132. 132. WORKING WITH SMEs We work with small and medium sized businesses to connect them to the cities market, help them share information on the latest topics, trends and opportunities in the world of urban innovation
  133. 133. DISCOVER Lunchtime lecture series, coffee mornings, workshops, cities immersion day CONNECT Speed networking, Third Thursday, one-to-one sessions, urban innovation showcase COLLABORATE Research & Development bids, commercial opportunities, open calls, co-working space
  134. 134. Interested in what we’re doing? Want to collaborate on a project? Want to work with us? Visit our website www.futurecities.catapult.org.uk Follow us on Twitter @FutureCitiesCat Connect with us on LinkedIn
  135. 135. Technology Solutions to Smart City Challenges Panel Discussion
  136. 136. Sam Markey UK Cities Engagement Lead Future City Catapult

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