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Tony Kim - Smart and Connected Urban Mobility: Concept and Examples in Korea


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Tony Kim - Smart and Connected Urban Mobility: Concept and Examples in Korea

  1. 1. Smart and Connected Urban Mobility Concept and Examples in Korea Tony Kim Cisco IBSG SUPPORTED BY:
  2. 2. Today’s of Urban Mobility Challenges  Urban populations are expanding at a high rate, and ownership and usage of road motor vehicles is growing much faster than transportation systems and services have been able to adapt  Cities often devote 15% to 25% of their annual expenditures to their transport systems to improve inefficiencies of urban transport systems  However, traffic flows varies even more rapidly, creating or worsening severe traffic problems  The consequent increase in traffic volumes and road congestion has caused substantial adverse impacts: traffic delays, declining service levels despite increasing investments, air pollutions and carbon emissions, and increased energy consumptions. Unnecessary costs in transportation of Seoul (per year) Congestion – Seoul:7B USD, Metropolitan Area:15B USD Air Quality – 10B USD, Other Environment Cost 4B USD 2
  3. 3. Today’s Urban Mobility Desirable Future State Before After Reasonable Target Goals Ineffective Policies Public Transportation Share (up to 75%), Public Transport? Personal Vehicles? New Transport Modes (PRT, SLRT, etc.) Inconsistent Transport Policy and Measurable and Consistent Performance Evaluation for Continuous Performance Evaluation Improvement Maximum utilization of existing transport Inadequate implementation of assets, Low cost public transportation, ad hoc-based ITS policies Efficient and smart parking 3
  4. 4. Smart Connected Urban Mobility Trends Present Changing Future  Vehicle-Oriented Space  Human-Oriented Space  Supply (Capacity) based  Balance of Supply and Demand  Government driven, wired  Public-Private Partnership, infrastructure Wireless/Ubiquitous infrastructure  Managing Traffic and Congestion  Managing Carbon Footprints  Dedicated infrastructure  Open, Architecture Service Platform  Provider-centric, limited information service  Citizen-centric multi-channel information service 4
  5. 5. Smart Connected Urban Mobility Framework Smart Transport Demand Mgmt  Less Traffic Volume • Green mobility by smart work  Less Vehicle centers at connected Kilometers Traveled  Better Travel Experience transportation hubs  Less Use of Energy  Modal Shift Avoidance to • Effective reduction of traffic  Less Use of Land Private Cars volumes to and forth city centers  Improved Asset Utilization  Increased Public Transport Volumes Eco-Transport Modes Carbon Footprint Mgmt City-w ide Smart Smart Hub Work Program Smart Community Travel • Eco-friendly new Centers substitutes • Personal mobility carbon transport modes: e-Cars, Green Routes e-Bikes, BRT, Bus-only New Eco- Transport Modes Smart + Connected by PTA footprint management • Mobile AR Features for lane, PRT, SLRT… Urban Mobility rapidly increasing smart • Increase the share of Healthy and Low Citizen phones public transportation up Carbon Engagement (EcoMap) to 75% Traffic flow and Dynamic time/distance Location track based tax and charging  Improve Citizen Satisfaction and Carbon Reduction Smart Traffic Control Potential  Reduce Unnecessary Time  Enhance Individual Choice Consumption On the Road • Traffic flow tracking and and Citizen Empowerment for  Less Vehicle Kilometers Traveled Location-based service Work and Life Balance  Less Traffic Congestion • Location, Time, and  Increase Use of Eco-friendly  Avoidance of the need to add road Distance based dynamic Transport Modes capacity tax and road pricing 5
  6. 6. Smart Connected Urban Mobility Busan, Korea Example Meeting Work Space TelePresence Community Smart Space Space Integration Transfer into Smart Smart Community Transit EcoMaps Center Platform Carbon Smart Mileage Broadband Public Mobility Station Bike & Ride, Wi-Fi Cell ID S+C Carbon Personal MIT Park & Ride Mobility Green Green Urban Footprint Carbon Wheel u-Bike to Public Wi-Max Mobility GPS Footprint Management Connected Transit USN (CCTV, Sensors, Subway RFID, DSRC, Zigbee) Personalized Smart Green Payment Intelligent Transportation Routes Smart Location- Parking System Based Smart Services Enforcemen Info. Service, VMS, Broadcasting , t Real- Intelligent Traffic Call centers time Monitoring & Routing Control Main Parking Lot Controller VMS Converter IP Cam HUB OBU RSE 6
  7. 7. Smart Connected Urban Mobility Principles: Smart Connected Urban Mobility  Allows people and goods to move intelligently and safely while respecting the environment Key Element of Clean  Vitalizes cities and economies creating a new and Healthy City culture of healthy urban living  Utilizes the network as the urban services platform for provisioning innovative services to Citizens, Agencies, and Private Sector stakeholders  Enables cities to give more power of choice into the citizen’s hands, along with gives more power of human and transport asset management  Enables cities to maximize investment, continuously improve offerings over time, and encourage the utilization of alternatives to road travel, whether smart work or eco- friendly transportation options 7