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  • TOP MESSAGES:Making the smart grid work hinges on observability and the fast, reliable and secure exchange of data among all it’s components through pervasive sensing in real-time as measured in increasingly shorter durations – as short as 120th of a second. Industry has converged on the use of ICT and the power of the network as the solution to address drivers / challengesDETAILS: Using the network as the platform, the entire ecosystem can be made smarter, faster, more agile, resilient and most importantly, more secure – from generation to consumption, enabling the electric grid to become: ObservableFull determination of grid state – deep situational awarenessAutomatedLeveraging pervasive sensing the ability to automatically respond to conditions and events beyond traditional protection and controls will become mainstream allowing more refined control of an increasingly diverse and stochastic electric systemIntelligentGlobal energy networks will increasingly evolve over the next 20 years to enable a large diversity of sources of supply and responsive load.Sophisticated analytics coupled with advanced distributed control schemes will enable adaptive teleprotection and intelligent operational systems to manage inherently unstable systems TransactiveAs the internet of things converges with electrification of everything - hundreds of millions of energy smart devices will have the potential to interact with energy markets leading to trillions of microtransactions
  • And that applies to the way we look at the design of cities and the provisioning of public services. Cities are ALREADY being run on Networked Information.Many of you have heard about Songdo in Korea over the past few years.This is not a vision, it’s a reality..In September,10s of thousands of residents began moving into the city. It’s the world’s first smart+ connected city that has been built with all of the sustainability elements in mind…economic, social and environmental. It has been built with citizen services and needs in mind. All essential items – healthcare, government, transportation, utilities, safety and security, citizen services such as healthcare/education – are all within a twelve minute walk. Studies have shown that if it’s further, people will get in their cars.CLICK to buildThere must be a fundamental change in the way that cities are built and the way that services are delivered.Running on information means much more than just installing a network..What how does this city run with the network as the platform?It provides real-time traffic information to citizens… they can plan their commute to work or use public transportation…resulting in efficiency and reduced emissionsIt provides remote healthcare services / info to citizens… proactive health care, extending healthcare access, reducing health-related city expenses, etc.It allows for the automation and remote monitoring of building security… higher security, lower costWe’re talking putting the network at the center of how you plan your cities:’ healthcare, transportation, buildings, entertainment, etc.What will all of this connectivity mean for how you plan your cities, to drive…Economic development, investmentBetter city managementQuality of life for your citizensIt means thinking and acting differently… Not just connecting your city’s functions over a network… planning them holistically, as connected functions… “connected planning and governance”Thinking about how changes to your healthcare system … will impact education … will impact businesses … etc.And proactively planning, innovating and managing around those connections“Network as the platform for holistic city planning and management “It is the only way to connect, process and share information in real-time, efficiently and actionably.For economic, social and environmental sustainability.
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  • NZC - Sylvester Colorado Cleantech

    1. 1. How to Handle City Growth / Transformation ? A Sustainable City is a given … Key drivers City Attractiveness … Efficiency, ‘Live-ability’ & Specific features Government to Citizens … Transparency & Open Communication Feeling Safe & Secure is a must … in the Real & Digital world
    2. 2. How do we Frame the Infrastructure Question?
    3. 3. CONNECTIVITY SUSTAINABLE INSIGHTS ACTION Provide wired and wireless access across City as foundational connectivity for citizens and things Improve city’s sustainability and efficiency with targeted Vertical Solution insertions Actively Monitor City Infrastructure and assess areas of improvement Drive actionable change in infrastructure and communicate transparently
    4. 4. Technology Consumed as a Service Over Network Real Estate Safety and Security Transportation Economic Sports and Entertainment Government Education Utilities Social Healthcare Environmental
    5. 5. Intelligent Platform Enable Smart Communities Municipal Command & Control Center Smart Grid Responsive Store INTELLIGENT CITY Intelligent Medical Devices Cloud & Cloud & Services Services Hospital Optimization Comms Network Optimization INTELLIGENT HOSPITAL Connected Ambulances Factory Optimization Home Energy Mgmt Traffic Flow Optimization INTELLIGENT HIGHWAY Automated Car System Intelligent Digital Signage Logistics Optimization INTELLIGENT FACTORY Traffic Cameras
    6. 6. Solution Framework Individual Solutions • Smart+Connected City Wi-Fi City Infrastructure Management Business Domain Use Cases • Ubiquitous access for citizens and ‘things’ • Location based advertising • Numerous Applications to interact with city administration and its infrastructure • Smart+Connected Parking • Application based parking space finding • Automatic enforcments • More efficient city staff • Smart+Connected Traffic Incident Management • Pro-active traffic incident management • Automatic enforcments • Traffic congestion reduction Supporting Architecture
    7. 7. What are Cities actually DOING?
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    9. 9. Waterfront Toronto Rivas-Vaciamadrid, Spain San Carlos, California Zaragoza, Spain King Abdullah Financial District, Saudi Arabia Images Source: Wikipedia © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 9
    10. 10. $15.7M $3.2M $9.5M $18.9M $4.8M Net Value to City (5-Year) $9.4M $4.6M Subscription Revenue Advertising Total Revenue Incremental Revenue Incremental Revenue* to City (5 Year) Build Services & B/W Costs Depreciation & Marketing Costs Total Costs Net Benefit to City Solution and Operating Costs (5-Year) *Only incremental revenues and costs taken into account *For a small size city of 25 km outdoor road length BUSINESS End user subscription and local advertising revenues drive from outdoor wireless usage VALUE: © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 10
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    13. 13. $30M $42.5M $16.6 M $25 M $15 M $17.5M $12.5 M $8.4M $2.5 M Traffic Management Cost (Personnel) Traffic Management Cost (Service Patrol) 5 year Traffic Cost (Pre) Total Relevant Cost (Pre) Traffic Traffic Total Relevant Benefit to City Management Cost Management Cost Cost (Service Patrol) (Personnel) (Pre) 5 year Smart Traffic Cost (Post) Solution Cost Net Benefit to City Solution Benefit (5-Years) *Only the share of parking revenues that can be impacted by the solution *For a mid-size city of about 250 km road length for traffic and incident monitoring BUSINESS Reduce cost of traffic management in terms of personnel deployed to monitor conditions, service patrols VALUE: Cisco Confidential © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rightsconducting rounds by enabling real time visibility into traffic and incidents reserved. 13
    14. 14. So what keeps every City from doing this? Top 5 Challenges: - Infrastructure Ownership Business Models – City as a SP? Disparate System Management Technical Solutions/Explanation Visionary/Demand/”Chicken or the Egg” © 2013 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 14
    15. 15. Thank you.