EcoMap Amsterdam @ CUD09

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EcoMap Amsterdam presentation for the Connected Urban Development conference in Seoul, Korea, 22 May 2009.

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  • Presentation title23 mei 2009City of Amsterdam<number>Presentation title23 mei 2009City of Amsterdam<number>
  • Our numerous presence here clearly shows there is a worldwide and still growing awareness that something must be done, and urgently, to preserve the earth for future generations. London's C40 initiative, the Clinton Global Initiative and the film by Al Gore have all contributed to this awareness. It is therefore very important to put together new targets in Copenhagen.And together we participate in the Connected Urban Development Program. Amsterdam set itself a climate target which is to reduce its CO2 emissions by 40 percent between 1990 and 2025. This is an ambitious, yet necessary step in achieving a low-carbon energysystem by 2040. Therefore, Amsterdam has developed a long term strategy with diverse measures like the implementation of smart energy grids, the transition to alternative energy sources like sun and wind, and the use of electric cars. To facilitate the use of electric cars, Amsterdam will place a few hundred Electrical Recharging Stations throughout the city. And last but not least inclusion of ICT plays an important role in accomplishing these measures in order to reach our climate targets.Presentation title23 mei 2009City of Amsterdam<number>
  • Throughout this conference, Amsterdam will provide presentations on Smart Working Centres, the Personal Travel Assistant, the Ecomap, Green IT, and Sustainable Buildings. With the inclusion of these and other projects, Amsterdam has positioned itself amongst the most sustainable cities in Europe.To keep Amsterdam at this level of sustainability, we think it wise to build on the experiences of other cities. It is as important to share our experiences in order to empower our partners.The government can not accomplish the climate goals alone. The CUD initiative and the C40 are crucial partnerships to facilitate communication and cooperation.
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  • Presentation title23-05-09City of Amsterdam<number>
  • EcoMap Amsterdam @ CUD09

    1. 1. Ecomap Amsterdam Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Frank Kresin / Laurens Schuurkamp May, 21 – 22, 2009 Seoul
    2. 2. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Sustainable Energy Strategy
    3. 3. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 CUD projects Smart Work Centers Sustainable buildings Smart Mobility Green IT Ecomap Smart Grids
    4. 4. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam
    5. 5. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam EcoMap Amsterdam  Goal – Build a platform for data acquisition, aggregation and presentation – for sustainable development and ecological data – increasing awareness and leading to behavioral change  We build on EcoMap San Francisco and will add – Real-time and dynamic data entry and vizualisation – Personal profiles and ability to compare and set goals – People as sensors / lifestyle elements  With the benefits for the users of – Increasing overall health and quality of life – Cost reduction & increased efficiency and logistics – Increased sense of belonging, achievement & fun  Investments 2009: 350K
    6. 6. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam GOALS  Ecological – Increase awareness of individual and aggregated footprint – Facilitate behavioral change (link to PTA)  Society – Facilitate community based actions – Facilitate communication and goal setting  Economical – Stimulate implementing ecological practices in businesses – Improve sustainability of operations
    7. 7. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam Affordances  Efficiency & Money – Reduce energy consumption & waste – Planning of low-cost and low-emission trips  Health and Safety – Choosing where to live – Create a greener environment – Improving air quality  Meaning and Fun – Make the world a better place – Include game and goal setting principles  Connections and Belonging – Become member of a community – Create a podium to stand on and get heard
    8. 8. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam PRIORITIES Challenges  Add Real-time data gathering  Vizualisation and services  Reach out to people We will tackle those by  Collaborating with data provider  Make a platform, not an application  Work with people in development, test and implementation of services
    9. 9. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam
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    13. 13. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Aggregates Real-time static eco data dynamic eco data EcoMap Platorm Applications
    14. 14. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Static Eco Data (aggregates)
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    16. 16. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Dynamic Eco Data (real-time)
    17. 17. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Data Monitor (static-dynamic)
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    19. 19. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 experiential – emotional data
    20. 20. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 Experiential - Emotional Data
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    30. 30. May, 21-22, 2009 Seoul Connected Urban Development Global Conference 2009 EcoMap Amsterdam EcoMap Amsterdam  Goal – Build a platform for data acquisition, aggregation and presentation – for sustainable development and ecological data – increasing awareness and leading to behavioral change  We build on EcoMap San Francisco and will add – Real-time and dynamic data entry and visualisation – Personal profiles and ability to compare and set goals – People as sensors / lifestyle elements  With the benefits for the users of – Increasing overall health and quality of life – Cost reduction & increased efficiency and logistics – Increased sense of belonging, achievement & fun  Investments 2009: 350K

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