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Smart campus: an effective concept for the Smart City development

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Concept presented by Isam Shahrour at the World Bank meeting - May 2014 concerning the use of the "Smart Campus" Concept for the dissemination and the implementation of smart and sustainable cities.

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Smart campus: an effective concept for the Smart City development

  1. 1. Smart  Campus  :   An  effec1ve  concept  for  the  development  of   the  Smart  and  Sustainable  City   Professor  Isam  Shahrour    (University  Lille1/Polytech’Lille)   TEDx  Talk  Lille  2014:  Isam  Shahrour  "Smart  and  Sustainable  City"     Concept  presented  at  the  World  Bank,   Washington,  May  21,  2014  
  2. 2. Smart  Ci=es  Concept    
  3. 3. Smart  infrastructure   Smart  sensors     Smart  governance   Smart  Data   Analysis   Smart  users  
  4. 4. 1)  The  Campus  is  a  small  town   Then    the  concept  of  smart  city  helps  in     •  Asset  management  of  large  urban  system     •  Op=mal  management  of  water,  energy,….   •  Safety  improvement     The  Smart  Campus  concept    :  a  response  for   major  challenges    
  5. 5. 2)  The  campus  is  a  higher  educa1on  ins1tu1on  :   The  concept  of  smart  city  allows  to  :   •  Conduct  disciplinary  and    mul=-­‐disciplinary  Researches   •  Build  educa=on  programs  for  an  emerging  sector.   •  Develop  the  innova=on  and  technology  transfer:  patents,   start-­‐ups,  ..   •  Reinforce  the  partnership  with  local  government.   •  Reinforce  the  partnership  with  the  private  sector   (construc=on,  energy,  water,  IT,  services,….)   The  Smart  Campus  concept    :  a  response  for   major  challenges    
  6. 6. 3)  The  Campus  is  generally  in  a  city  or  close  to  a     city     Each    big  city  has  at  least  one  campus     The  Smart  Campus  could  promote  the  concept  of   smart  city  to  the  city  of  he  campus.       The  Smart  Campus  concept    :  a  response  for   major  challenges    
  7. 7. Ø  One  owner  of  both  buildings  and  infrastructure   Ø  Propi=ous  for  implanta=on  and  acceptability  (students,  faculty   members,…)   Ø  Drawing  private  and  public  partnership     Ø  Each    big  city  has  at  least  one  Campus  (higher  educa=on   ins=tu=on)   Ø  The  Smart  Campus  could  promote  the  concept  of  smart   The  Campus  is  propi1ous  for  the  development  of   smart  urban  systems  (city,  district,..)  
  8. 8. The  campus  a  demonstrator  of  the  Smart  City  
  9. 9. Small  town:   •  25  000  users   •  70  km  of  Urban  Network     •  140  buildings       SunRise  Demonstrator  :   The  Campus  of  Lille1  University      
  10. 10. 70  km  of  Urban  Networks:   •  Drinking  Water   •  sewage   •  District  hea1ng   •  Gas   •  Electrical   •  Public  ligh1ng     •  Roads  
  11. 11. Interac1on  between  primary  and  secondary   urban  networks  (mul1-­‐scale  demonstrator)     Building  M1  
  12. 12. Innova1on  centers  and  Clusters   •  Pole  Ubiquitaire   •  CITC  –EURARFID   •  PRN   Local  government   •  AMGVF     •  Lille  Metroplis   •  Region   •  ArtoisComm   Interna1onal:   •  W-­‐Smart  (Int.  Ass.  for   water  Security)   •  New  York  University     •  Netherland   •  Great  Britain  Bretagne   •  Spain   Private  and  public  operators   •  Dalkia   •  Eaux  du  Nord  (Suez)   •  Eau  de  Paris   •  ERDF     •  Lille  Métropole  Habitat     Research  Laboratories:   •  Engineering   •  Informa1on  technology     •  Social  Science   Educa1on  :   •  Master  programs   •  PhD  programs   Starts-­‐ups  :     Stereograph,  Noolibc,    Inodesign,  Calmwater,   Planete  oui,  Ixsane,   Projex,     Public  and  private  partners:  
  13. 13. SunRise    Community  :   •  Faculty  members   •  Technical  staff   •  PhD  and  Master  degree  students  
  14. 14. Project  Implementa1on       (Water  Example)   Smart  Water  Network  
  15. 15. SunRise  water  network  (16  km)   !Cité!Scien*fique! (5)!!! 4!Cantons! ECL!! M5! Bachelard! Chemistry   Sector   Biology   Sector  
  16. 16. Objec1ves  of  the  smart  water  network   1)  Improve  the  management  of  the  water  system     •  Assets  management     •  Leakage  detec=on     •  Early  contamina=on  detec=on   •  User  awareness   •  Energy  saving   2)  Academic     •  Research,  innova=on     •  Educa=onal  plaSorm     •  aTrac=veness  
  17. 17. 3)  Research  and  innova1on  ins1tu1ons     •  Lille1  University   •  CEA-­‐LIST    (French  Atomic  Agency)   •  KWR  (Netherland)   1)  W-­‐Smart  (Interna=onal  associa=on  of  ci=es  and  water   operators  for  water  security)     2)  Water  companies  :   •  Eaux  du  Nord  (Suez  Environment)     •  Eaux  de  Paris   •  Vitens  (Netherland)   •  Thames  (GB)   •  Acciona  (Spain)   Partners  of  the  smart  water  network   4)  SMEs  :   • Calmwater   • CITC-­‐Innova=on  Center   • Stereograph  
  18. 18. TWUL  Demo  site   London     Smart  Caceres   Caceres     VIP   Leeuwarden     Sunrise  Demo  site   Lille     ü  Project  Budget:  12M€   ü  EU  funding:  FP7  INNO  DEMO     ü  Project  dura1on:  4  year   ü  Project  Management:  Vitens  N.V.     ü  12  innova1ve  SMEs   ü  3  water  u1li1es   ü  3  research  ins1tutes   ü  1  company   ü  2  plaform  organiza1ons   European  Project  SmartWater4Europe  
  19. 19. Communica1on  :     •  Op1cal  (wired)   •   Contactless   SunRise  -­‐  Plateform  Informa1on   System   • Asset  data    (SIG)   • Monotoring  data   3D  graphic  tools  Analy1cal  tools   Communica1o n    web  Servor   •  Users   •  Technical  team   Governance  team     •  Public  data   Monitoring:     •  Leakage   •  Quality     Leakage   Quality   Sensors   •  Flow   •  Pressure   Sensors   •  Chlorine,   •  Conduc1vity,     •  pH,     •  Turbidity   •  temperature,   •  +   Organiza1on    
  20. 20. !Cité!Scien*fique! (5)!!! 4!Cantons! ECL!! M5! Bachelard! Chemistry   Sector   Biology   Sector   Smart  metering  
  21. 21. EPANET  Numerical  Modeling  
  22. 22. Intellisonde  Optiqua EventLab:     Bio-­‐contamina1on  monitoring    Innova1ve  sensors    S::Scan  
  23. 23. Energy  :   •  Over  all  Comprehensive  Energy  analysis  -­‐renewable   energy  sources    (ERDF)   •  Smart  Grid  District  Hea1ng  (instrumenta1on,   soiware,  exper1se,  ..)  (DALKIA)   •  Smart  Grid  -­‐  Electrical  Network  (ERDF,  Eiffage  Energy)   •  Smart  Building  (new  construc1on,  rehabilita1on)   (LMH,  Projex)   water:   •  Smart  Grid  drinking  water  net  :  Instrumenta1on,   soiware  development,..   •  Smart  Grid  for  sewage  network   Under  progress:  
  24. 24. Thank  you  

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