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#CeDEM17 - Financial Payments and Smart Cities

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The focus of the presentation was on showing if and how electronic payment can be used as indicator of smart cities.

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#CeDEM17 - Financial Payments and Smart Cities

  1. 1. Combined model of smart cities and electronic payments Ralf-Martin Soe and Olga Mikheeva Tallinn University of Technology CEDEM17
  2. 2. CASES City Region Policy-Driven/ Bottom-Up Level of urban digitalization Level of integrated payment systems Tallinn Northern Europe Bottom-up High level of urban digitalization (smart city services via X-road and electronic Identity) To be analysed (cross- border approach) Helsinki Northern Europe Bottom-up High level of urban digitalization (Helsinki is ranked as top 6 European Smart City) To be analysed (cross- border approach) Singapore East Asia Policy-driven High level of urban digitalization (Singapore is ranked as top 1 smart city) To be analysed Hong Kong East Asia Policy-driven High level of urban digitalization (labels itself as a global leading smart city) To be analysed
  3. 3. SMART CITY CONCEPT
  4. 4. Smart City components Giffinger, European Comission, Cohen
  5. 5. Manville et al (EC): Smart Economy: • E-business and e-commerce, increased productivity, • ICT-enabled and advanced manufacturing and delivery of services; • ICT-enabled innovation: new products, new services and business models
  6. 6. Batty et al.
  7. 7. What about smart cities and financial services? ●Improving Mobility: Minimising Disruption, Producing Better Quality Travel Experiences, Minimising Energy Consumption ●Improving the Use of Resource such as Energy: Smart Sensors and Grids ●Enabling Integrated Design of Built Environments: Through ICT, Local Networks, WLAN, Cloud Services ●Providing Access to Public Information: Open Data and Transparency ●Improving Citizen Participation: Engaging Wider Circles of Citizens in Relevant Decisions ●Improving Democratic Decision-Making: Through New Methods of Information Delivery to Citizens and Methods for Online Engagement ●Improving Retailing/Commerce: Delivering Better Information and Access to Consumers and Producers in Real and Online Environments ●Enabling Better Housing Choices: through Access to Capital, Information about Supply ●Delivering Better Information to Urban Management: Through a Variety of Media such as Dashboards and Other Interfaces ●Providing Services for Building Integrated ICT Platforms: Providing Integrated IS at Different Scales ●Providing Integrated Data Services: Adding Value to Data, Opening Data Source: Batty et al.
  8. 8. E-Invoices spread
  9. 9. INITIATIVES
  10. 10. OCTOPUS: HONG KONG
  11. 11. EZ-CARD: SINGAPORE SINGAPORE
  12. 12. DIGITAL RECEITPS: EE and FI VISION: Access to all receipts via Internet and/or accounting software
  13. 13. Two weeks in the Europe = 170 000 such boxes See on alampealkiri
  14. 14. Cross-border solutions
  15. 15. Conclusion City Region Policy-Driven / Bottom-Up Level of urban digitalization Level of integrated payment systems Tallinn Northern Europe Bottom-up, digital payments as part of e-governance agenda / solutions High High Helsinki Northern Europe Bottom-up, digital payments are recognized as part of digital economy High High Singapore East Asia Policy-driven and centralized, ‘smart finance’ is part of ‘smart nation’ High High Hong Kong East Asia Policy-driven but somewhat fragmented, early mover and among top smart cities High High
  16. 16. Thank you! Ralf-Martin.Soe@ttu.ee

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