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  2. 2. SUSTAINABLE NATIONS: THE CATALYST OF SMART WORLD  We are living in the time of big challenges and opportunities. The world as the whole of human civilization, as the socio-economic-political system of humanity, with its global ecological system, is rapidly changing. It’s becoming smaller, more unstable, and more endangered. Everything is fluid and fraught with volatility and uncertainty, the world population, world economy, world politics, world ecology, world religion, world network, world climate, thus the world future.  Comprising 195 independent sovereign states, 60 dependent areas and five disputed territories, the world is going through the lasting global crisis, when decisive changes are impending, when the whole world system is looking for a radical transformation in all the key spheres, sectors, parts and systems.  The present world is a world of unsustainable growth, extreme inequality, overwhelming poverty, ill-gotten wealth. Its wealth is idiosyncratically distributed between the few richest haves and the poor have-nots, with almost half going to the richest one percent and the other half to the remaining 99 percent, creating huge disparities in wealth and income, power and rights.  In 2013, the total global wealth amounted to $240.8 trillion. Share of wealth for the bottom half of the population was 0.71 percent, while the richest one percent had 46 percent (amounting to $110 trillion).  The world's 85 wealthiest were worth a collective $1.7 trillion, while the same amount was owned by half of the world's poorest people, a total of roughly 3.5 billion.  Such extreme inequality has been ‘impacting social stability within countries and threatening security on a global scale’, according to the World Economic Forum.  It poses a major risk to human progress, to building inclusive political and economic systems increasing social tensions and the risk of social unrest and societal breakdown.  The Smart Nation Strategy is emerging in the quest for a New World of sustainable growth and smart economic, technological and socio-cultural development and intelligent governance for international communities and states, regions and cities, and global virtual communities, as well as for enterprises, industries and economies, local, regional and global.  Smart Nations are Intelligent Nations, Eco Regions and Smart Districts, Intelligent Cities and Green Communities, Smart People and Smart Life, Sustainable Land and Environment, Sustainable Infrastructure and Smart Industry, Smart Grids and Eco Buildings, Intelligent ICT and Eco Mobility, Big Science and Future Technology, Internet of Everything and Smart Web, Smart Financing and Intelligent Banking, Smart Health and Education, Smart Security and Safety, Smart Government, Regulations and Standards.  Smart Nation is to became the engine and key driver of an instrumented, interconnected, intelligent , inclusive and innovative world of the future, 5i- World.; ; SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  3. 3. THE GLOBE OF SMART NATIONS  Africa  Asia  Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania  Europe  Russia  North America  South America  The Middle East       SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  4. 4. EUROPE: SMART NATIONS  Albania , Austria  Belarus , Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria  Croatia , Cyprus , Czech Republic  Denmark  Estonia  Finland , France  Georgia , Germany, Greece  Hungary  Iceland, Ireland, Italy  Latvia , Liechtenstein , Lithuania, Luxembourg  Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco  Norway  Poland , Portugal  Romania, Russia  Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland  The Netherlands  Ukraine, United Kingdom  Vatican City State  i-Nation Projects  none I. EUROPE 2020: A Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth. II. Smart growth: developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation (INNOVATION; EDUCATION; DIGITAL SOCIETY). III. Sustainable growth: promoting a more resource efficient, greener and more competitive economy (CLIMATE, ENERGY AND MOBILITY; COMPETITIVENESS). IV. Inclusive growth: fostering a high-employment economy delivering social and territorial cohesion (EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS; FIGHTING POVERTY  Smart Europe  1. (Smart Europe Manifesto) 10150491  i-Community Projects  On 10 July 2012, the European Commission launched the Smart Cities and Communities European Innovation Partnership.  SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  5. 5. Smart Nations Commitments EIS 2014 A.Abdoullaev SUSTAINABLE NATION TRINITY Knowledge NATION/ Region/ City/ Community Smart NATION i-Nation Platform Eco- NATION/ Region/ City/ Community Digital NATION/ Region/ City/ Community Physical Capital Natural Capital Ecosystems Natural Resources Renewables/RES Eco Technologies Green Infrastructure Eco-Urbanization Green Society ECO-SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Information/Digital Capital Smart Mobility , Smart Services ICT Infrastructure, OTN, Optical Networks , NG Broadband 3DTV, HDTV, CC, Intelligent Clouds Internet of Things, u-Computation Digital/Smart Society TECHNOLOGICAL/SMART GROWTH Social/Human/I-Capital Innovation Ecosystems Smart Living Smart Economy Knowledge Infrastructure i-Industry Smart Governance Equity, Wellbeing, QoL Knowledge Society SOCIAL/INCLUSIVE GROWTH SMART TRINITY COMMUNITY of Wellbeing, Quality of Life and Sustainable Growth
  6. 6. BUILDING NEW EUROPE: SMART AND SUSTAINABLE NATIONS  The Sustainable Nations Global Initiative has been announced and posted online for national leaders.  Sustainable Europe is designed as a pilot project to go for a smart revolution in its development:  http:// revolution  The Smart Europe Projects attracted a public interest, becoming among the most viewed Web content on Slideshare.  europe-project  i-EUROPE Manifesto: title-10150491  europe  SMART GERMANY   SMART UK   britain  SMART ITALY, SPAIN AND FRANCE  europe  SMART CYPRUS  The Smart Eco Island: i-Cyprus 2020:  New Cyprus,  Future Cyprus 2020: cyprus-2013-2020 SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  7. 7. SMART NATION COMMITMENT APPLICATION  National authorities must have initial funds for the Sustainable Land/State/Nation/Country comprehensive strategy, integrated planning and “state intelligence” governance cloud platform.  National authorities are to understand the criticality of the overall growth strategy, comprehensive planning and intelligent design of the Smart Nation Program.  National authorities must be willing to scale up and replicate both strategic knowledge and model projects at the international levels.  National government is to consider the integrated smart growth strategy for the sustainable urban and rural development.  A National “Smart State” Advisory Council is to be established to take responsibility and support of the strategic growth plan of the country.  A National University or group of universities or research institutions and industry are to be committed in the sustainable nation and smart cities R & D & I.  Countries selected for the Smart Nations Global Initiative will be required for citizen engagement and involvement and knowledge sharing to help all the project stakeholders make optimal contributions.  SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  8. 8. APPLICANT CONTACT INFORMATION TEMPLATE  [There is not a strict Application Form, but Please complete all fields]  Date of application:  Country “X” (Region, District):  National website:  Name of responsible contact:  Position:  Organization:  Office phone:  Mobile phone:  Email:  Website: SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  9. 9. SMART NATION CHALLENGE: AREAS OF FOCUS  [In no more than 500 words per question]  Describe the priority projects the nation is focusing on  Describe the comprehensive growth strategy demonstration areas  Describe the existing innovation growth strategy, national planning and nation-wide development projects  Identify the stakeholders to be involved (government, industry, academia, etc.), and describe their contributions, roles and what sorts of projects and activities are underway or finished  Provide the names and backgrounds of the key individuals guiding the projects  Describe intelligent resources, national talent and knowledge available from universities, research institutions, industry, innovative SMEs, consultancies, etc.  Describe how the Smart Nation Challenge fits with the long-term urban planning for balanced growth, social and economic— quality job creation, social and technological innovations, etc.  Provide KPI’s and metrics related to the Innovation Nation’s progress, as indicated in the Innovation State slide  Define the smart communities national projects, if in Europe, describe if involved in the EU smart city initiatives, European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities, Covenant of Mayors, Green Digital Agenda, i-Capital, etc.  Please describe:  the Country’s fundamentals (e.g., the climatic zone, natural resources, quality of the environment, resources flow, energy, water, waste); political economy (e.g., the socio-economic conditions; industrial base, high-tech community and companies); institutional capacities (i.e., educational base and research infrastructure (universities, research institutions, human and financial resources, and legal and regulatory powers), as outlined in next slide;  Capacities for smart growth and sustainable development; Potential for integrating urban systems and infrastructure: physical infrastructure; digital Infrastructure; knowledge infrastructure; social infrastructure and environmental infrastructure .  SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  10. 10. COUNTRY’S FUNDAMENTALS  LAND and ENVIRONMENT or NATURE AND GEOGRAPHY  Natural Heritage, Relief, Drainage, Soils, Climate, Plant and animal life, Settlement patterns  PEOPLE  Ethnic composition, Language, Demography, Social structures, Family structure, Religion  ECONOMY  Management, Force, Personnel, Work force, Resources, Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Industry, Banking and finance, Trade, Transportation, Information structure and communications  Territory  Regions, Cities and Communities  ADMINISTRATION  Government, Executive, Legislative, Judicial; Armed forces or Military, Police force, Security force; Education and Health and Welfare services and Social conditions; Transnational issues  CULTURE  Cultural Heritage, The arts, Folk culture, Architecture, Literature, Music, Visual arts, Theatre and motion pictures, Libraries and museums, Science, Technology, Cultural institutions, Sport and recreation, The media, Press and broadcasting, History SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  11. 11. INNOVATION NATION: KEY INDICATORS  . Institutions  1.1 Political environment 1.2 Regulatory Environment 1.3 Business Environment 2. Human Capital & Research  2.1 Education 2.2 Tertiary Education 2.3 Research & Development (R&D) 3. Infrastructure  3.1 Info & Comm. Technologies (ICT) 3.2 Energy 3.3 General Infrastructure  4. Market Sophistication  4.1 Credit 4.2 Investment 4.3 Trade & Competition   5. Business Sophistication  5.1 Knowledge Workers 5.2 Innovation Linkages 5.3 Knowledge Absorption 6. Scientific Outputs  6.1 Knowledge Creation 6.2 Knowledge Impact 6.3 Knowledge Diffusion  7.1 Creative Intangibles 7.2 Creative Goods & Services Innovation is a major driving force in global growth and development.  Innovation Nation is defined as a State, Land, or Country which is growing as a sustainable smart innovative ecosystem of national infrastructures, social system, economic system and political system.  An innovation is the introduction/implementation of a new product, a novel service, a new process, a new marketing method, or a new organizational method in business practices, workplace organization, or external relations, to create added value, wealth or social welfare.  Or, innovation is the development of significantly improved products, services, and processes.  The Economist magazine defines it as “new products, business processes, or organic changes that create wealth or social welfare,” or simply, “the fresh thinking that creates value”, …for the whole nation.  Useful Resources: the Global Innovation Index 2011 SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  12. 12. WHY BECOME A SMART NATION: INTELLIGENT GLOBAL BRANDING  In today's world, every country/city must compete with every other country/city for the world's investors, talent, cultural exchange, tourists, businesses, media profile and international events, cultural, political, economic, and scientific.  In today’s world, every nation, intentionally or unintentionally, has its brand, brand name, trade name, marque, national branding, core message, logo, claim, the way the nation is perceived (brand perception) and imaged globally and locally, by the world (global image formation) as well as its subjects and nationals.  Intelligent National Branding is instrumental in attracting foreign direct investment, tourism, enhancing geo political influence, global national image, facilitating trade and private-sector competitiveness, supporting for exports, and creating internal pride.  Up to now, countries and states are building the national brand and global image, employing the standard approaches and old public diplomacy, antique public relations and aggressive advertising and propaganda, including the United States, Canada, France, United Kingdom, Japan, China, South Korea, and some Western European countries  Sustainable Branding Strategy  Intelligent Nation Branding >  Destination Branding, Place Marketing, Place Promotion, holistic, interactive, ongoing, broad activities involving social, economic, political and cultural processes >  Intelligent Infrastructure, Smart Economy, Innovation Industry (Primary & Secondary & Tertiary) Branding >  Eco Region (Connected Urban and Rural Development) Branding >  Smart City (Polis, Municipality and Eco Community) Branding >  Sustainable (Public and Private Project) Development Branding >  Cultural Settlements Smart Branding >  Innovative Corporate Branding  Smart Nation Branding: Smart Sustainable Nation, an Intelligent Nation Strategy  SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  13. 13. INTEGRATED SMART NATION STRATEGY: IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING  Innovative forms of smart nation policies and regulations are to enable implementation and roll-out of smart nations.  Smart governance concepts are required to coordinate and integrate smart nation stakeholders – national and local governments, businesses, research and civic organisations – to identify SWOPs.  Stakeholders need to jointly experience and learn with new forms of smart governance and policy concepts to advance becoming a sustainable, smart nation.  The need for long-term policies with clear targets, actions and strategic guidelines on national, regional and urban level will need to be addressed to enable investors to support a nation- wide deployment of smart nation concepts.  Nations need to highlight the needs for effective policy frames at all levels to avoid being locked-in to resource-intensive, energy-inefficient / carbon intensive / fossil fuel based economy, lifestyles, cities, technologies and developments, as the current states are.  Integrated Smart Nation Strategy initiatives require input from a number of actors:  National Government; National Ministries; City/Local Authorities; Regional Authorities.; Funding Organisations.  Private companies and public utilities; Research Organisations; Citizens and NGOs.   Phase 1: Sustainable Nation Vision  o Understanding of global and regional trends  o Setting a Smart Nation Vision  Phase 2: Smart Nation Strategy and Roadmap  o Deriving qualitative and quantitative targets  o Definition of technological and non-technological measures  o Scenario calculation and comparison with business-as-usual scenario  o Establishing a monitoring and strategic intelligence system allowing for policy learning to support a long-term transition process  Phase 3: Action/Implementation plan and Funding plan  o Definition of concrete actions (short, medium, long-term) for implementation  o Perform Impact Assessment for planned activities  o Development of funding plan  o Preparation of demonstration projects  Phase 4: Dissemination and progress reports  o Making strategy and roadmap available on a national level  o Tracking of progress based on pre-defined milestones  Phase 5: Sustainable Smart Nation Development , Learning and Regional Scale-up and Replication  o For EU, Commitment of Member States develop partnerships between the smart nation front runners and their followers or ‘emerging’ smart nations  o Development of national frameworks for continuous smart nation roll-out initiatives SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  14. 14. I-GOVERNMENT: SMART EXECUTIVES, PARLIAMENT AND JUDICIARY  The Government through the use of advanced ICT aims is to become smart, sustainable and innovative, more effective and efficient and more friendly to citizens and businesses.  I-Government (short for intelligent government, also i-gov, smart government, virtual/online cyber government, or smart connected government) is digitally intelligent interactions between a Government (Executive, Judiciary and Lawmakers) and citizens (G2C), government and businesses/Commerce (G2B), government and employees (G2E), and government to governments /agencies (G2G).  Formally, the i-Government delivery models can be summed up as G (E, J, L) x (C, B, E) U (C, B, E) x G (E, J, L):  G2C (Government to Citizens)  G2B (Government to Businesses)  G2E (Government to Employees)  G2G (Government to Government, international government, central/national government, local government, civil government)  C2G (Citizens to Governments)  B2G (Business to Government)  E2G (Employees to Government)  As a smart government reference framework, the i-Government model will be applied as 4i-Government, innovated, integrated, instrumented and intelligent, figured as a 4-tiered i-Government Pyramid Model.  I-Government succeeds smart government, transformational government, as well as e-government, with its subdivisions: m-government (mobile government), u-government (ubiquitous government), and g-government (GIS/GPS applications for e-government).  4I-Government Platform provides an ultimate vision of an integrated portfolio of government activities and public projects, like optimal budgeting, smart civil technologies, natural resources protection, public space management, intelligent policing, finance control, transportation efficiency, etc.   Smart Nations Commitments EIS 2014 A.Abdoullaev
  15. 15. SMART GAS/OIL FIELDS: APPLYING INTELLIGENT OILFIELD TECHNOLOGIES  Russia is the largest gas and oil importer, with an industrial growth driven by deep processing of nonrenewable natural resources.  As a Sustainable and Smart Community Europe is to widely apply Smart Resources Strategy for Oil and Gas Production and Consumption.  Sustainable Smart Fields  Intelligent operations remote center, Intelligent oilfield technology, fiber-optic networks, computing systems, knowledge management systems, wireless sensor networks, big data analytics, 3-D visualization, always-on videoconferencing between off-shore platforms and land-based offices, green energy networks  Goals: integrating people, processes and technology to turn historical trends and real time data as rates, cuts, pressures, acoustics and temperatures into knowledge, extending the lifespan of oil and gas fields, increasing safety measures, optimizing production, reducing environmental issues, production losses (20- 40%), operation and maintenance costs (15-30%), and improving the output of gas/oilfields.  Products: Liquefied Natural Gas, LNG, Cleaner Fuel Efficiency: A gas/oil field might generate a terabyte of data every day, requesting up to 60% of an engineer’s working time for data mining.  Smart Gas/Oil Field of the Future, a single industrial process, optimizing the oil and gas production from the reservoir, through the wells, and surface facilities by means of intelligent technologies and systems.  Good Practice: Smart Wells (Shell); Integrated Operations (Statoil, ABB); e-Field; i-Field (Chevron); Digital Oilfield (Schlumberger); Intelligent Oilfield; Field of the Future (BP); Intelligent Energy (SPE) SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  16. 16. SMART SPACE TOURISM BUSINESS  The Smart Europe is to secure its space leadership by going for innovative cosmic solutions, building Space Tourism Ports.  A web-based survey suggested that over 70% of those surveyed wanted less than or equal to 2 weeks in space; in addition, 88% wanted to spacewalk (only 14% of these would do it for a 50% premium), and 21% wanted a hotel or space station  Initially, the wealthy will serve as a focus group for the space tourism services, working out the logistic, comfort, and safety that may currently be present in the emerging space tourism industry.  Expected economic growth of space research tourism is significant. For example, Virgin Galactic has sold 500 tickets worth $200,000 dollars each as of 2012. Its ticket sales are expected to increase by the year 2013, when Virgin Galactic is planning to begin flights.    SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  17. 17. SMART ECO INDUSTRY  SMART ECO INDUSTRY, a sector of nation’s sustainable economy; the stock of basic facilities of capital equipment to function for a smart country/area/region; a group of advanced productive enterprises and organizations that produce or supply innovative goods, services, or sustainable sources of income.  Smart industries are reclassified as primary, secondary and tertiary, but as closely interconnected, creating a single industrial smart ecosytem.  Primary industry  It covers genetic industries of renewable natural resources of agriculture, livestock, forestry, fishing, and natural processes as renewable energy resources (solar energy, hydroenergy, geothermal energy, airthemal energy, wind energy, bioenergy and landfill gas, LFG, and energy from sewage thermal technologies, WTE plants).  It is downsizing extractive industries of mining of mineral ores, quarrying of stone and extraction of mineral fuels, considering it as part of (unsustainble) national infrastructure.  Secondary or smart manufacturing industry  Secondary or smart manufacturing industry, heavy and light industries, takes the replacable raw materials and goods to economically process into resource-efficient consumer goods and products; building sustainable capital goods.  It is optimizing energy-producing industries, aviation, construction/housing, automobile, chemical, coal, electronics, computer, steel trucking, oil, shipbuilding, fashion, film, show biz, fashion, and arms industries  Tertiary or smart service industry,  It produces no tangible goods, provide services, intangible gains or generate sustainable wealth and prosperity, a mix of private and government enterprises.  It includes:  Smart banking, finance, insurance, investment and real estate services;  Smart wholesale, retail, and resale trade;  Smart transportation, information and communications services; professional, consulting, legal and personal services;  Sustainable tourism, hotels, restaurants and entertainment;  Smart repair and maintenance services;  Smart education and teaching;  Smart health, social welfare, administrative, police, security, and defence services.  Smart Sustainable Industry is the base for knowledge society and economy, marked by innovative economy, intelligent services, knowledge, research and innovation SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  18. 18. SMART CONNECTED INFRASTRUCTURE  Physical/Hard infrastructure refers to the large physical/technical/fixed networks and capital assets, as ecological capital and digital capital, serving to convey or channel or transmit people, vehicles, materials, fluids, energy, information, or electro-magnetic waves.  It is the base for the functioning of a smart industrial nation, as  Green Infrastructure, Land, Environment and Landscape  Sustainable Transportation infrastructure  Green Energy infrastructure  Water management infrastructure  Smart Communications infrastructure  Solid waste management infrastructure  Environment/Earth monitoring and measurement networks  Basic energy or communications facilities, such as oil refineries, gold mines, coal mines, oil wells and natural gas wells, radio and television broadcasting facilities, are classified as part of national infrastructure.  Social/Soft infrastructure refers to all the institutions which are required to maintain the economic, health, cultural and social sustainability and quality of being of a country/region/area/city:  the smart financial system,  the smart education system,  the smart health care system,  the smart system of government,  law smart enforcement system,  Smart emergency services  Smart defence system.  Smart Infrastructure systems include the fixed assets, the control systems and intelligent software to operate, manage and monitor the systems, as well as constructions, facilities and vehicles SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  19. 19. GREEN ECONOMICS: ECONOMIC ECONOMY AND ENERGY STRATEGY  SEP (Sustainable Energy Policy), Sustainable Growth, Net-Integrated Infrastructure, Smart Eco Industry, Sustainable Tourism, Green Construction and Eco Buildings;  Clean Technologies and Eco Engineering, Ecosystem Services, Green Products and Materials; Environmental Infrastructure, Green Housing, RES Industry, Clean Transportation, Water Management, Waste Management;  Smart Environment and Land Management (Nature Conservation, Sustainable Landscaping, Organic Agriculture, Habitat Conservation, Urban Forestry and Parks, Soil Stabilization)  SUSTAINABLE ENERGY NATIONAL POLICY: EE + ESC + RES  Energy Efficiency (EE), Energy Saving and Conservation (ESC), together with Renewable Energy Sources (RES) make the three pillars of Sustainable Energy Policy.  EE, more efficient technology and production process, means using less energy inputs while maintaining an equivalent level of economic activity or service; 'energy saving' is a broader concept that also includes consumption reduction through behaviour change or decreased economic activity. [In practice, the two are difficult to disentangle and the terms are often used interchangeably.]  RES means applying geothermal energy, wind energy, bioenergy and landfill gas, LFG, and energy from sewage by industrial bioreactors, waste-to-energy or energy-from-waste by incineration, as WTE plants, thermal technologies and non-thermal technologies.  Energy conservation is implying a synergy of policy programmes (tariff policy), technological development (solar passive and low energy design, high levels of RES, integrated monitoring systems) and behavioral change (tendering procedures, PPP partnership, social mixing, training activities, social monitoring…). Energy conservation is accompanied with rebound effect: energy-efficient technologies paradoxically increase energy use, oil, gas and coal consumption and greenhouse emissions, over the long run and large space.  ENERGY STRATEGY FOR EUROPE (  Communication "Energy infrastructure priorities for 2020 and beyond - A Blueprint for an integrated European energy network"  SMART WORLD’S ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE  It is projected that by 2030 the entire world could be powered by renewables, with the following energy generation mix:  3,800,000 5-MW wind turbines; 49,000 300-MW concentrated solar plants; 40,000 300-MW solar PV power plants; 1.7 billion 3-kW rooftop PV systems; 5,350 100-MW geothermal power plants; 270 new 1300-MW hydroelectric power plants; 720,000 0.75-MW wave devices; 490,000 1-MW tidal turbines; Storage in grid-connected electric and hybrid-electric vehicles. SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  20. 20. EIS SMART NATION PROJECTS: UNDER STUDY  Sustainable World, I-WORLD Platform   i-Russia (Smart Russia and i-Government)   i-Europe (i-Europe Platform and Smart Big Europe, i-Germany, i-Britain, i-France, i-Italy, i-Spain)   i-Germany   i-Britain   i-Cyprus (Smart Cyprus 2014-2020)   i-America (Smart USA and i-Government)   i-China (Smart China and i-Government)   i-Japan (Smart Japan Growth Strategy)  SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  21. 21. THE NATION’S AND/OR PRESIDENT’S CHALLENGE: MULTI-LEVEL PARTNERSHIP  Smart and Sustainable State (SSS) is the Nation’s Challenge, not just a national issue for the national government; for many national governments are risk aversive of disruptive technologies and conservative to nation-wide territorial innovations  The SSS addresses to the whole nation and a wide array of stakeholders:  citizens and cities, central and local authorities, universities and research centers, large businesses and national corporations,  investment funds and banking institutions, utilities and telcos, power companies and transport operators, SMEs and NGOs,  political parties and civic associations, etc.  The National Governments are invited to participate in the President’s Challenge to the Post-2015 Global Development Agenda under Smart Nations Global Initiative:  Given the current socio-economic transitional situation, the Smart Land/Nation Growth Strategy is the most viable solutions for future growth. Posted online, the Smart Europe Strategy brief caused a public interest, being among mostly viewed intelligent content in 2013:   The Smart Nation Investment Strategy is to deliver the social and economic growth by advancing sustainable construction, green roads, intelligent energy, business innovation, smart commerce, intelligent industry and sustainable tourism infrastructures and cutting-edge facilities, initiating the Innovation Mega Corridors of sustainable regions, smart agglomerations, innovation clusters, green communities and eco developments.  Its strategic business model is a PPP network of the government, innovative business groups, state utilities, municipalities and communities, academia and research institutions, with active citizen engagement and involvement.  As the initiator of the Smart Nations Global Initiative, our consultancy firm has a strategic leadership in creating the Smart Territories of the Future: Sustainable States, Intelligent Cities, Green Communities, and Eco-Sustainable Developments.  Upon the government decision, the Overall Intelligent Growth Strategy and Implementation Plan of Sustainable Nation could be developed within 6 -8 months.  EIS MANAGEMENT  SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  22. 22. EIS SMART NATIONS GLOBAL INITIATIVE  EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems Ltd, EU, the Leading Smart Nation Consultant, Promoter of Smart World, Smart Europe and Urban Europe Strategy 2020; Dedicated Stakeholder of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities; the Creator of Smart Growth Strategies for the Largest Economies: USA, China, Japan, Germany, Russia, UK, etc..  Vision:  A vision of the world where a holistic smart policy thinking, intelligent design, digital technology, eco- engineering solutions and social innovations are synergized for smart and sustainable nation/state/land/country development  Core Activities and Deeds:  1. Developing a comprehensive “smart nation” development strategy covering land and energy, transport and mobility, information and communications, as well as water and waste; economy and business; education and health; safety and security; food and consumption; government and public services; environment and nature.  2. Deploying centralized mobile “state intelligence” distributed by the countrywide internet of things or M2M communication Networks (city is governed by an intelligent urban platform in the public smart cloud for control and management, integration and optimisation of national networks, systems and flows (traffic, energy, water, waste, emissions, people, goods, services, data and information).  3. To explore a “holistic smart policy thinking”, Smart Europe Strategy was conceived, with an intelligent eco city pilot, selected in 2012 as a showcase model for the European smart city and communities.  ; SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  23. 23. ABOUT EIS: ENCYCLOPEDIC INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS LTD  EIS has a strategic leadership in the Smart Territories of the Future: Sustainable Nations, Intelligent Cities, Green Communities, and Eco-Sustainable Developments.  EIS is a leading consultancy in scaling up smart growth and sustainable development to the level of large nations, international and global communities  Since 2011, EIS’ open “Smart World Development” report consistently occupies the “Smart City” Google search top positions .  In addition, EIS intelligent content on Future World, Intelligent Nations, Global Innovation, Smart Cities and Sustainable Developments was among mostly viewed “Slideshares” in 2013:               The EIS Smart Nations Global Initiative, as the Nation Challenge or the President’s Challenge, is the logical extension of the Smart Cities Global Initiative:     SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  24. 24. SMART CITIES GLOBAL INITIATIVE: HOW TO SUBMIT  Instructions on Smart Nations Applications:  Please submit Smart Nations applications to the contact provided below following the basic requirements, criteria, application guide, sources and resources as indicated.  The Smart Nation applications will be accomplished in stages within 1-3 year.  The first session national applications are invited to be submitted via email to:  Dr Azamat Abdoullaev, Director – EIS Smart Nation “X” Global Initiative, Nation’s or President’s Challenge  Email:  First Application Deadline is by 15th September 2014.  Direct Inquiries: + 357 99 683 849  Skype: EIS.Skolkovo   Instructions on Smart Cities Global Initiative Applications:  Deadline for the first Smart City “X” group submissions is 15th July 2014.  Please submit applications by the deadline indicated to:  Panayiotis Ioannou, Executive Manager – EIS Smart City “X” Global Initiative  Email:  Direct Inquiries: + 357 99 649 835 SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  25. 25. “BECOME A SMART NATION TO BUILD YOUR BRAND NAME”   Have you thought about intelligent global branding? Nowadays, not only companies compete to stand out, but also countries have to struggle for businesses, tourists or international events.  These days, there are 195 independent sovereign states, 60 independent areas and 5 disputed territories and the world is looking for a radical transformation in all ways.  In this context, every nation has its own brand which represents its international image, the way in which it is globally perceived. Intelligent global branding results in attracting investment, facilitating trade and creating internal pride.  The Smart Nations Global Initiative is concerned with the inequality of modern states. For this reason, its main objective is to foster the transition to smart, resilient and inclusive nations.  This initiative aims to become the key driver of an instrumented, interconnected, intelligent, inclusive and innovative world of the future.  If you are committed to contribute to the sustainable development of your nation, country or state, you can submit your applications via e-mail to Dr. Azamat Abdoullaev, Director of EIS Smart Nation Global Initiative, at until the 15th of September.   SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  26. 26. EUROPEAN STATE OF INNOVATION AWARD: FROM ‘I-CAPITAL’ TO ‘I-NATION’  The European Union aims at becoming an ‘Innovation Union’, and nations play a decisive role in defining European innovation potentials for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.  As the Sustainable Nations Global Initiative, the European Commission is expected to extend its “i-Capital” Competition to “i- Nation” Challenge acknowledging achievements of a nation in building up a national innovation smart ecosystem, providing “smart nation” funds, to advance the following Mission, Vision and Impact.  AWARD MISSION  Promoting a sustainable culture of innovation and making it a desirable aim of the nation as whole.  AWARD VISION  Stimulate nations to develop an integrated, holistic and responsible innovative smart ecosystem.  AWARD IMPACT  Helping the nation open up and attract global investors, industry, and top class researchers.  Applications are considered to be judged against the following criteria:  • Innovative - Initiatives must be highly innovative in terms of concepts, processes and tools.  • Inspiring - Initiatives should manage to attract talent, funding, investment and inspire citizens’ involvement and engagement.  • Integrated - Initiatives should target the entire innovation ecosystem and have to clearly highlight links with the Europe 2020 goals.  • Interactive - Initiatives should foster interactions between people, places, public and private actors in the entire innovation ecosystem.  The 3 States to be selected as the European Nation of Innovation are recommended to receive EUR 50 000 000; EUR 30 000 000; EUR 20 000 000, respectively.  The prizes will support the nations efforts to build sustainable innovation national ecosystem models as being replicated among European countries. SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev
  27. 27. EUROPEAN SMART NATION COMPETITION  The competition is open to:  • EU Member States  Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, The United Kingdom.  • Associated Countries  Israel, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Faroe Islands, and Ukraine.    It is both open for Big Europe:  i-Europe (i-Europe Platform and Smart Big Europe, i-Germany, i-Britain, i-France, i-Italy, i-Spain)     And Small Europe  i-Cyprus (Smart Cyprus 2014-2020):  Smart Montenegro: SMART NATION GLOBAL INITIATIVE EUROPE 2014 Azamat Abdoullaev