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FTTHForum 2011 Dave Carter, MDDA

  1. 1. Smart Citizens in Smart Cities Creating an inclusive and sustainable knowledge society: A Local Digital Agenda for Manchester Dave Carter, Head, Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA), Manchester City Council, UK Chair, EU Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group (CIP)
  2. 2. The Battle for Control of Smart Cities
  3. 3. Future Smart Cities• FTTH/P as the real estate of the 21st century•‘Living Lab’ NGA FTTP test-bed in ManchesterOxford Road Corridor area: starting with 500businesses + 1,000 residential users• City Net Digital Hub: connecting key sites viathe Metrolink tram network• City Region Met-Net: linking key sites usingtransport corridors, inc. Metrolink, waterways,cycleways, old rail lines plus new networks• Multi-stakeholder SPV – a ‘digital cooperative’based on global best practice – e.g. US NationalTelecoms Coop Assoc. (NTCA)Green + Digital + Cooperation = sustainability
  4. 4. MCR NGA deployment One Central Park Connectivity Power 100 gigabit+ sharp project Space DARK FIBRE LOOPConnectivity Sport Cityvia Metrolink Manchester College Connectivity CITY CENTRE via Metrolink Media City Central Salford Corridor test-bed Connectivity Internet Peering with Power Exchange JANET SpaceDigitisation – next phases + Next Generation Access
  5. 5. Local Digital AgendasManchester’s Digital Strategy:• Identifying key issues for the city: • Digital inclusion: citizens’ access to employment, skills, facilities • Digital industries: support digital businesses to start up, grow and survive • Digital innovation: opportunities for research and deployment of results• Producing an Action Plan: • Leadership: city plus partners/stakeholders: business, education, community • Investment: in new digital infrastructures and services • Exemplar projects: to stimulate awareness, interest and engagement• Knowledge Exchange: • Work with like-minded cities and other partners through EU projects • Become active in networks, e.g. EUROCITIES, Living Labs • Make networking practical, e.g. study visits, workshops, benchmarking
  6. 6. ‘Geek’ Power! Entrepreneurs + InnovatorsMadLab• Creativity• Innovation• DiversityStimulating:• new ideas• new business• new skills• new jobs
  7. 7. Living Labs, Smart Cities & Future Internet• Next generation of Internet development • Internet of Things, Internet of Services, Internet of People • Web-centric systems meet networked objects • Ultra high-speed digital networks (fibre everywhere plus wireless)• User driven open innovation • Living Labs and the Future Internet research community • User networks: open data and co-creation/co-production • People (users/citizens) as active agents of change• Networking the networks: EUROCITIES, European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), Future Internet Assembly (FIA)• EU Policy Priorities: Digital Agenda for Europe www.eurocities.eu www.openlivinglabs.eu www.future-internet.eu http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/digital-agenda/index_en.htm www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  8. 8. Smart City development - future vision:• Using Future Internet to transform the way we live and work • more flexible ways and locations of working • smart mobility, smart environments, smart learning• Co-designing and co-producing services for ourselves and others • new services being designed and delivered by users • e-health and telecare services• Enabling our environments to be greener, cleaner and healthier • smart buildings, smart energy, low-carbon neighbourhoods• Making smart cities more democratic, resilient and attractive • social networking to promote civic engagement• Generating and celebrating creativity, innovation and diversity • arts and culture linked to technology supporting jobs and skills
  9. 9. Manchester Living Lab & SMARTiP project• Test-bed smart environments network along Corridor• Affordable and accessible sensors including DIY (Arduinos)• Potential for wearables (clothes, bikes etc.) and micro-production• Links to Corridor fibre and wireless networks• Future links to transport network and GM wide deployment
  10. 10. Future Internet enabled Mobility in Smart Cities http://diycity.org/ http://www.citygoround.org/about/ http://world.waze.com/ http://www.seeclickfix.com/citizens http://www.urbanmobilitygroup.com/ http://senseable.mit.edu/realtimerome/ http://senseable.mit.edu/eyestop/
  11. 11. Future Internet Research& Experimentation ByAdopting Living Labs Thank You! d.carter@manchesterdda.com