TEDxPelourinho - Cezar Taurion - O desafio de pensar o futuro das cidades

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Uma cidade inteligente não surge de uma dia para outro, é uma jornada longa.”: é o que acredita Cezar Taurion. Gerente de Novas Tecnologias Aplicadas, é um profissional e estudioso de Tecnologia da Informação desde fins da década de 70. Com educação formal diversificada, em Economia, mestrado em Ciência da Computação e MBA em Marketing de Serviços, e consultor com experiência profissional moldada pela passagem em empresas de porte mundial, Taurion tem participado ativamente de casos reais das mais diversas características e complexidades tanto no Brasil como no exterior. Escreve constantemente sobre tecnologia da informação em sites e publicações especializadas , além de apresentar palestras em eventos e conferências de renome e é autor de seis livros. Foi professor do MBA em gestão estratégica da TI pela FGV-RJ e da cadeira de Empreendedorismo na Internet pelo NCE/UFRJ. Nas horas vagas, quando estas aparecem…faz trilhas..estuda história e arrisca-se a tocar um violão.

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  • Precisamos de um planeta e cidades mais inteligentes
  • Como uma das consequências tivemos um crescimento exponencial das populações humanas e hoje chegamos a incrível marca de quase 7 bilhões de habitantes.
  • In 1900, only 13% of the world's population lived in cities. In 2007, for the first time in history, the majority of the world’s population—3.3 billion people—lived in cities. By 2050, that number will have risen to 70% of the Earth’s total population. We are adding the equivalent of seven New Yorks to the planet every year. This unprecedented urbanization is both an emblem of our economic and societal progress—especially for the world's emerging nations—and a huge strain on the planet's infrastructure. It's a challenge felt urgently by mayors, heads of economic development, school administrators, police chiefs and other civic and business leaders. An urbanizing world means cities must gain greater control over their development, economically and politically.
  • Estamos vivenciando o rapido crescimento das mega-cidades (1 Milhão ou mais de habitantes)
  • Em 2007 as 198 maiores cidades da América Latina tinham 260 milhões de habitantes e geraram US$ 3,6 trilhões de PIB, equivalente ao PIB da Índia e Polônia somadas. As 10 maiores tinham 95 milhões de habitantes e geraram um PIB de US$ 1,7 trilhões, ou 30% da América Latina. Em 2025 estas 198 cidades terão 315 milhões de habitantes, equivalente aos EUA hoje e compreenderão 65% do crescimento econômico da região. Gerarão um PIB de 3,8 trilhões de dólares, 3x a Espanha de hoje.
  • *New York City stat according to **Los Angeles statistics according to Donald Shoup, a professor of urban planning at the University of California, Los Angeles, is the author of “The High Cost of Free Parking.” ***Congested roadways stat according to The Texas Traffic Institute's Urban Mobility Report.
  • *According to eRx Collaborative.
  • Dharavi é uma das favelas mais famosas de Mumbai. Cerca de um milhão de pessoas vive numa área pouco maior que o aeroporto de Congonhas
  • Internet – conectando todos e tudo!
  • A ‘smart city’ uses ICT to sense, analyze, integrate and respond intelligently to the activities and needs of its jurisdiction – across the environment, utilities, city services, people and local industry – thereby creating a better place to live, work, rest and play. Smart Cities are engaging, diverse, efficient, scalable, sustainable, safer, less congested and healthier – and they involve citizens to help become smarter. Specifics of what makes a city ‘smart’ will depend on the city and the views and interests of its major stakeholders. And, this will vary according to each city’s core competencies. Finite resources: The world faces finite resources in a range of areas… presenting challenges to modern development and to cities Pervasive technologies: Ubiquitous technology allows instrumentation, interconnection and intelligence , giving cities powers of data storage and analysis unimaginable 20 years ago
  • The Virtual Command Center is composed of three major hubs -- It’s all about synchronizing supply & demand and supporting logistical activities Supply Hub Demand Hub Logistics Hub
  • Intelligent systems , such as the smart grid, will deliver the complex ecosystems of tomorrow (many of which are already here today). As the world gets smarter - more instrumented, interconnected and intelligent. These smart assets are converging with conventional information technology to form revolutionary new ecosystems that are permanently changing how we work, live and play. In a trend that presents significant new opportunities and challenges for both manufacturing and IT companies, physical devices are being interconnected with backend software applications to deliver new, often radical “ systems of systems, ” like the smart electric grid. The challenges of delivering a intelligent system? Unprecedented challenges Multiple systems, infinite lifetime, uncertain boundaries and information flow Multiple stakeholders’ evolving needs across periods of time that exceed the lifetimes of its individual systems Backward and forwards compatibility Develop optimal operational and system architectures Trade-off analysis and risk management Interconnection of physical devices and IT systems into robust integrated systems Clear communication and management of project requirements and constraints Operational management Services, security, network, Cloud
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