Intelligent Community Network Services May 2009


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Intelligent Community Network Services model - The future view of services and solutions in and around a community

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Intelligent Community Network Services May 2009

  1. 1. Intelligent Community Network Services Putting the pieces together for a safe and sustainable tomorrow Michael K. Wons May-2009
  2. 2. Community-wide challenges Generate revenue and improve safety of community  Improve efficiency of energy consumption  Enhance interoperability between devices and  equipment Mitigate increased congestion  Repair and upgrade infrastructure  Inability to communicate across systems  Prevent damage to infrastructure  Facilitate multiple agency  responses and engage the community
  3. 3. Introduction to the concept Network of people, processes and technologies in and  around the community work together to improve safety and security, reduce crime, reduce congestion and enable the city's infrastructure to become ultra energy- efficient Includes the latest advanced devices, network and  connectivity technologies Data and services are managed in a common network  with no single point of failure Based on dynamic on-demand capacity and services  oriented architecture Enable any device in any location on any network access  for secured citizens and personnel
  4. 4. Value proposition Increased safety due to less intersection and  roadway accidents Improved efficiencies and energy consumption  Improved collection of fees for those that USE  the infrastructure, services and systems Reduced crime rates by increasing the  effectiveness of law enforcement and policing Return of more stolen vehicles to their owners,  reduce insurance rates Increased capture rates on outstanding parking  tickets, insurance, vehicle tags increasing municipal revenues Common access point for intelligent information  for community service providers
  5. 5. Bringing a community together Police/Law Enforcement Roadways Fire/Rescue Schools/ Hospitals Universities Parking Libraries Public Works Homes and (Utilities, Citizens Water) Parks and Prisons Recreation Weather Military Courts/ Monitoring Bases Government Buildings
  6. 6. Intelligent community network services model Intelligent Community Services Model Network and Connectivity Services Law Homes and Transportation Emergency Enforcement, Utilities and citizens , Networks and Management Policing and Energy offices, stores Services Services Safety Services and workers Services Interoperable Communications Services Data and Messaging Services Common Advanced Technologies and Services
  7. 7. Intelligent community network services model Law Homes and Transportation Emergency Enforcement, Utilities and citizens , Networks and Management Policing and Energy offices, stores Services Services Safety Services and workers Services “The intelligent community services model brings together all aspects of what is in, around and going through a community at anytime. Advanced technologies bring together citizens, homes, businesses, municipalities and services to provide the intelligent community of the future. Tomorrow’s community will be ultra energy efficient, safe, secure and will self-generate funds to help support the vast majority of mission critical services…”
  8. 8. Intelligent community network services model  Intelligent homes  Smart offices  Ubiquitous secured Homes and wireless networks citizens,  Anytime, any device offices, stores and any location and workers accessibility  Power and network independent
  9. 9. Intelligent community network services model  Smart grid  Dynamic capacity and delivery systems  Smart metering Utilities and systems Energy Services  Improved utilization of energy  Less pollution = improved environment
  10. 10. Intelligent community network services model  Smart traffic routing systems  Red-light enforcement systems Transportation  Road user charging Networks and systems Services  Vehicle enforcement systems  Intelligent in-vehicle systems
  11. 11. Intelligent community network services model  Alerting and notification systems  Emergency operation center systems Emergency  Community-wide Management sensing systems Services  Communications interoperability  Records management systems
  12. 12. Intelligent community network services model  License plate recognition systems  Speed management systems Law  Integrated in-vehicle Enforcement, Policing and first responder systems Safety Services  Communications Interoperability  Community engagement systems
  13. 13. Underlying technology components Common industry platform  Distributed and redundant environment  Dynamic capacity mapping to demand  High performance delivery environment  Server and module service redundancy  Data, routing, and connection management  Interoperability with industry standards  Supports multi-media, white-boarding, chat, phone  dialing, messaging, file transfer, etc. Dynamic user interface and multi-device presence  Security - access control, intrusion/hacker protection,  secured encryption and biometrics
  14. 14. The industry is aligning… Terms being used include the following;   “Smart City” from IBM  “Intelligent Urbanization” Systems from Cisco  “On Demand Neighborhood” from Microsoft  “Intelligent City” Network from Accenture  Intelligent community “Virtual City” from Motorola  Public safety networks, products, solutions and services from leading industry solution providers
  15. 15. Steps toward intelligent community network services Participate in industry groups and consortiums  Consider replacing / extending existing law  enforcement, emergency management, utility and citizen systems infrastructure to use web services / XML-based solutions where feasible Commonize municipal modeling efforts to build  a portfolio of municipal functions and data access that over time can be implemented as services Start small and build out the network over  multiple phases Choose your vendor(s) and partner(s)  carefully…ensure you have a good roadmap from current state forward
  16. 16. PPP and intelligent community networks services model Private Public Partnerships (PPP) are an option for  enabling intelligent community network services  PPPs have been common internationally for many years  Becoming more attractive to public entities in the US  Fiscal pressures at the state and local government levels due to cost escalations  Significant increase in the capital available for investment in infrastructure  Currently, PPP activity is underway in 20 states
  17. 17. Summary A dominant leader that provides intelligent community  network services has not yet emerged Strategic investments in adjoining markets are  accelerating that leadership void and the race is on Emerging 2009-2013 spending segments include;  Smart grids, dynamic capacity and cloud computing,  intelligent sensors, smart homes and office, red-light running, speed enforcement, tolling and congestion solutions with a “green” emphasis, multi-jurisdictional interoperable communications and video analytics Migration to a services model is the future direction for  intelligent community networks Funding of liveable safe and secure communities, smart  grids, and infrastructure upgrades via government and private sector entities is accelerating