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What is the “Smart” in Smart City? Smart Cities – Changes Needed for Malaysia to Achieve This Dream

  1. 1. favoriot What is the “Smart” in Smart City? Smart Cities – Changes Needed for Malaysia to Achieve This Dream Dr. Mazlan Abbas CEO and Co-Founder
  2. 2. favoriot Cities after COVID-19 Pandemic • People often moved to cities after pandemics because of the better job opportunities and the higher wages they offered • Some may trade their city apartments for a house with a backyard • Fear of density, cafes, bars, restaurants, sports, music events and subways and trains • Human interactions will create more fear than joy, and some service jobs will vanish. • Accelerating digitalization of retail, the move to a cashless economy, the shift to remote work and virtual delivery of services • Exposing the quality of governance and scale of inequalities in our global cities
  3. 3. favoriot Global Context of Smart City In the global context, smart cities are used as one of the approaches to resolve urbanisation issues and improve the quality of life of societies
  4. 4. favoriot Need for Malaysia Smart City 1. To address urban challenges arising from rapid urbanisation 2. To meet national and global agendas 3. To adopt new global development trends 4. To promote digital economy 5. To position Malaysian cities to be on par with other cities globally https://www.easyparkgroup.com/smart-cities-index/
  5. 5. favoriot Basis of Malaysia Smart City Framework
  6. 6. favoriot 11 Criteria That Can Influence The Success Of Smart City Implementation 1. Comprehensive primary and basic infrastructure 2. Connected and modern digital infrastructure 3. Initiatives aligned with the needs of the city 4. Strong political will 5. Engage broad community of innovators 6. Master policies and synergistic partnerships 7. Government data sharing 8. Data and information protection - balance of protection, privacy, transparency and utility. 9. Low carbon city and green lifestyle 10. Gender empowerment and inclusivity of vulnerable group 11. Community empowerment
  7. 7. favoriot Malaysia Smart City Cities that use ICT and technological advancement to address urban issues including: • to improve quality of life • promote economic growth • develop sustainable and safe environment • encourage efficient urban management practices
  8. 8. favoriot Prime Minister’s Department www.might.org.my @MightMalaysia MightMalaysia MALAYSIA SMART CITIES ALLIANCE (MSCA)
  9. 9. favoriot © MIGHT 2019. Proprietary & Confidential 9 Establish an alliance of smart cities stakeholders and international collaborators in one platform. Set up the measurement and specify key indicators to be achieved for successful implementation in smart cities. Creation of market access, latest technology solutions and bridging to the funding partners. Develop national database of smart cities stakeholders covering the financial institutions, technology providers & city developers. 1 2 3 4 STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
  10. 10. favoriot Malaysia Smart Cities Alliance (MSCA) 10 International Advisory Government Advocacy Strategic Recommendations Research and Best Practices Platform for Integration Sustainable Solutions MEMBERS VALUE ROLE
  11. 11. favoriot MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE CITIES (MyICSC) 11 DESCRIPTION PARTNERS KEY INITIATIVES FOCUS AREA PROJECT SCOPE Global Partners Content and Technical Committee Members Cha ir MyICSC Workshop MyICSC Training Web portal Mobile Apps Survey Dashboard § To provide 4-tier linkage on Sustainable Cities initiative involving: Global; National; State/ Economic Corridor; Local Level. § To function as a knowledge centre in developing and implementing Sustainable Cities initiative. § To serve as a platform and knowledge hub for the dissemination, knowledge sharing, alignment and synergising of multiple stakeholders in Sustainable Cities. § To showcase lessons learned and recognize success stories on the initiative. § To provide awareness and capacity building initiatives in partnership with related NGOs, Academia, Government, Private Sectors and International Organisations. § To share projects information on smart cities locally & internationally § A platform to encourage active sharing of expertise and new insight. § A set of multi-linkages networking system under the same interest on delivering Sustainable Cities initiative. § An environment that facilitates and accelerate innovation and adoption of best practice &knowledge on Sustainable Cities. Project Delivery Partners Website: http://icsc-my.org favoriot MALAYSIA INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE CITIES (MyICSC) 65 DESCRIPTION PARTNERS KEY INITIATIVES FOCUS AREA PROJECT SCOPE Global Partners Content and Technical Committee Members Cha ir MyICSC Workshop MyICSC Training Web portal Mobile Apps Survey Dashboard § To provide 4-tier linkage on Sustainable Cities initiative involving: Global; National; State/ Economic Corridor; Local Level. § To function as a knowledge centre in developing and implementing Sustainable Cities initiative. § To serve as a platform and knowledge hub for the dissemination, knowledge sharing, alignment and synergising of multiple stakeholders in Sustainable Cities. § To showcase lessons learned and recognize success stories on the initiative. § To provide awareness and capacity building initiatives in partnership with related NGOs, Academia, Government, Private Sectors and International Organisations. § To share projects information on smart cities locally & internationally § A platform to encourage active sharing of expertise and new insight. § A set of multi-linkages networking system under the same interest on delivering Sustainable Cities initiative. § An environment that facilitates and accelerate innovation and adoption of best practice &knowledge on Sustainable Cities. Project Delivery Partners Website: http://icsc-my.org
  12. 12. favoriot MyICSC FOUR TIERS LINKAGES LOCAL STATE / ECONOM IC CORRIDO R NATIONA L GLOBAL GEF, GFG, WORLD BANK, UNIDO KPKT, KWP, KKR, KHEE, MiGHT, PlanMalaysia, MAMPU & SURUHANJAYA TENAGA, MSCA, Urbanice, MIP IRDA, PTHM, MELAKA-SCAC & SSDU DBKL, DBKU, MBMB, MPHJT, PERBADANAN PUTRAJAYA, CYBERVIEW, MyICSC Private Sector, Universities and Innovation Hubs
  13. 13. favoriot MyICSC ALIGN WITH SDGs 13 Stakeholde r Forum Smart Cities Solutions Technology International / Local Partners Sustainable Cities Gallery Awareness & Promotion Initiative Bulletins / Articles / Reports Online Training Strategic Partners Public Auditorium Talks / Periodic Seminar / Conference. Resource Centre Library Ground Survey data Projects Gallery Partnership MyICSC Global Linkages Stakehold ers Database/ Contents Project Goal 11: Sustainable Cities And Communities Making cities sustainable means creating career and business opportunities, safe and affordable housing, and building resilient societies and economies. It involves investment in public transport, creating green public spaces, and improving urban planning and management in participatory and inclusive ways. Goal 17: Partnerships For The Goals The goals aim to enhance North-South and South-South cooperation by supporting national plans to achieve all the targets. Promoting international trade and helping developing countries increase their exports is all part of achieving a universal rules-based and equitable trading system that is fair and open and benefits all.
  14. 14. favoriot Website: http://icsc-my.org 14
  15. 15. favoriot How Do We Start Our Smart City Journey? FAVORIOT’s Perspectives
  16. 16. favoriot The Anatomy of Smart City “What Is Our City’s Health Index?”
  17. 17. favoriot What is Your Pulse Rate? IoT solutions can help state and local governments reduce traffic congestion, respond more quickly to emergencies, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and serve the citizen more effectively. Measure the Pulse of Your City
  18. 18. favoriot Build Smart Cities through the eyes of the CITIZENS and have better Citizen Engagement
  19. 19. favoriot Current Problems
  20. 20. favoriot Tweeting Potholes
  21. 21. favoriot Current Problems
  22. 22. favoriot Current Problems
  23. 23. favoriot There’s a crime! No Parking Spaces! Flood is bad! No one is handling the garbage! Building is on Fire! Buses didn’t come on schedule! Pollution getting worse! Cities Current Problems
  24. 24. favoriot Ad Hoc , Chaotic, VIRAL SMS Whatsapp Facebook Twitter Radio TV Capacity To Hear And Respond Traditional channels (web portals, emails, phone calls etc) and methods unable to handle effectively PEOPLE AUTHORITIES “Black hole” issue Mobile App
  25. 25. favoriot Citizen-Centric • Building Trust Citizen-Centric Data-Driven Decision Smart Tools Responsive Cost Effective Accountable Transparent Collaborative Benefits to Citizens Benefits to Local Councils
  26. 26. favoriot Vision - City Of The Future Open source and open data Make visible the invisible Sensing the city Provide tools for the citizens to interpret and change the workings of the city Technology may help mitigate the “black hole” problem.
  27. 27. favoriot Better Citizen Engagement
  28. 28. favoriot We Build Cities Based on People-Centric Approach (Citizen Engagement Approach) CROWDSENSING Get public and private parties to send reports via their smartphones. RANK&DECIDE Authorities decide and justify their next plan of action BUILDNEXT SMART APPLICATIONS LeverageinnovativeIOT solutionstosolvethe painpointsofpublicor privateorganizations. INSIGHTS Big Data Analytics are performed to get more useful insights. Authorities and Key Management can view KPIs and SLAs instantly ESCALATE&SOLVE Issues are assigned to proper field force, measure their effectiveness and notify the “reporters” regarding the status of report. favoriot APPROACH BUILDING THE NEXT SMART CITY APPLICATIONS IDENTIIFY Collect incident reporting, identify locations of issues and assign accordingly favorsense favorsense favorsense favorsense
  29. 29. favoriot Favorsense Mobile Application • Favorsense reporting mobile application • Report issues to Municipalities. • Attach photos or other contextual information to your report. • Automatically tagged the exact location on Google Maps. • Once submitted, your report is routed to the relevant city council for processing. • Status of reports are up-to-date – acknowledged or resolved
  30. 30. favoriot Summary - favorsense Favorsense - is a CrowdSensing platform that allows public and private parties to build better Communities and Cities Crowdsensing Management Platform (CMP) - Problem resolution backend system that eases the workflow in handling issues Field Force - The public, private or communities can join hands in resolving any problems. Insights - Crowdsensing data are aggregated and decision making can be made based on the insights. favorsense
  31. 31. favoriot Building 3 Types Of Cities 1. ROI-driven • the aim of rolling out smart city technologies is to generate income which pays for its deployment and more. 2. Carbon-driven • The aim here is to reduce the carbon footprint and ideally become carbon neutral long-term. 3. Vanity-driven • Finally, “vanity” driven cities are mainly driven by events where the entire world is watching, and they want to be perceived as “modern”
  32. 32. favoriot Pay-As-You-Throw (PAYT)
  33. 33. favoriot All-Digital and Easy-to- Use Parking Payment Application
  34. 34. favoriot A City Guide App - with information about museums, parks, landmarks, public art, restaurants and real- time traffic data.
  35. 35. favoriot Touchscreens Around the City - should be bacteria-resistant
  36. 36. favoriot City WiFi
  37. 37. favoriot App Or Social Media-based Emergency Alert And Crisis Response Systems
  38. 38. favoriot Charging Stations
  39. 39. favoriot Bike Sharing with friendly bicycle lanes
  40. 40. favoriot What Are We Going to Do Do With All The Data?
  41. 41. favoriot To Overcome 3 Key Challenges Integrating data from multiple sources Automating the collection of data Analyzing data to effectively identify actionable insights
  42. 42. favoriot Smart City
  43. 43. favoriot Home Health Transport Office Waste IoT Make Sense When You Blend The Data Creating New Compound Applications
  44. 44. favoriot Delivering The Whole IOT Puzzle Internet Biometric Ultrasonic Temp Humidity Pressure Motion Position Light Image Motor Switch Lighting Valve Sensors Actuators IOT Platform Analytics Applications WiFi 2G/3G/4G/5G NB-IoT/LoRA/SIgnFox An IoT platform connect devices and sensors in real time, process data and drive big-data analytics in the cloud.
  45. 45. favoriot Data Ownerships Personal / Household Private Public (Open Data) Commercial Sensor Data Provider Open knowledge is what open data becomes when it’s: 1. Useful 2. Usable 3. Used
  46. 46. favoriot Wisdom Knowledge Information Data More Important Less Important B e n e f i t t o H u m a n i t y Evaluated understanding Appreciation of Answers to questions. Symbols Understanding Answers to questions WHO WHY HOW WHAT WHERE WHEN Value is Created by Making Sense of Data
  47. 47. favoriot Wisdom Knowledge Information Data More Important Less Important B e n e f i t t o H u m a n i t y Understanding Value Pyramid For Smart Parking N/A Empty (0), Full (1) Who park at this lot? What kind of vehicle? Where is the empty parking lot? When is the peak period? How to implement a tiered charging? How to find “overstayed” vehicles? Why my car park is under utilize?
  48. 48. favoriot Gateway 3G/Ethernet/Wi-Fi IOT Devices IOT Devices 3G/Ethernet/Wi-Fi HTTPS Push/Pull Service Social Media Integration DEVICE CONNECTIVITY (REST, MQTT) APPLICATION INTEGRATION DATA MANAGEMENT DATA STORE BUSINESS LOGIC NOTIFICATION ENGINE REST API Custom Reporting SECURITY BIG DATA TOOLS Application Development AUTHENTICATION Data Analytics REST CoAP MQTT REST
  49. 49. favoriot Join the favoriot IoT Community and Start Your Smart City Journey
  50. 50. favoriot www.favoriot.com favoriot favoriot favoriot favoriot info@favoriot.com favoriot

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