Fireball: Smart Cities and Future Internet Michael Nilsson

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Smart Cities & the Future Internet organised by Fireball, Eurocities and ENoLL on January 25th, 2012

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Fireball: Smart Cities and Future Internet Michael Nilsson

  1. 1. Welcome to the workshop on Smart Cities and the Future Internet – How to become, sustain and evolve as a Smart City - Moderator: Michael Nilsson, FIREBALL project @ Smart Cities & the Future Internet, Brussels 2012-01-25 ” Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting Living Labs – towards Smart Cities ”
  2. 2. Agenda: • 09.00 – 10.30, Session 1: Towards Smarter Cities • Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIP by Director Mario Campolargo, European Commission, Directorate F: Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures. • The importance of a Smart Cities agenda by Ms Ingrid Goetzl, Eurocities , Chair of Knowledge Society Forum, Head of International ICTAffairs, City of Vienna • The Senseable City – part 1 by Director Carlo Ratti, MIT • The Smart City working group by Dave Carter, Manchester and Chair CIP portfolio Roundtable discussion 30 minutes!
  3. 3. Agenda: • 10.30 – 11.30, Session 2: Challenges for cities in becoming smarter: current practice, issues, solutions • Manchester • Amsterdam • Lisbon • Helsinki • Barcelona Moderator: Dave Carter, FIREBALL & CIP portfolio
  4. 4. Agenda: • 11.30 – 12.00, Coffee break and exhibition •  Show cases Helsinki, Barcelona •  etc
  5. 5. Agenda: • 12.00 – 13.15, Session 3: Opportunities for creating smarter cities • Technologies for smarter cities • Promises of the Future Internet and how to realise them in cities • Future Internet empowered Innovation culture of the city Moderator: Pekka Sauri, Deputy Mayor of Helsinki city
  6. 6. Agenda: • 13.15 – 14.15, Lunch and exhibition •  Show cases Helsinki, Barcelona •  etc
  7. 7. Agenda: • 14.15 – 16.15, Session 4: Towards smarter cities: policies, approaches, actions •  3-4 break out session! See your coloured => group, dot on your sticker! •  Summing up and report back! •  Coffee available during the break out sessions Moderator/facilitator: Dave Carter, FIREBALL & CIP portfolio
  8. 8. Agenda: • 16.15 – 17.00, Session 5: Conclusion and outlook •  Panel of people from previous sessions representing the different stakeholder communities e.g. Commission, Eurocities, FIRE, Living Labs etc •  Questions and discussion (all) about: •  Understanding •  Experiencing •  Building a smarter future Moderator/facilitator: Roberto Santoro, FIREBALL
  9. 9. Thanks! www.fireball4smartcities.eu michael.nilsson@cdt.ltu.se JANUARY 25: FIREBALL & EUROCITIES in Brussels – Belgium
  10. 10. Questions II: 1(2) •  How can we increase the intelligence of cities? Does the collaboration among the Future Internet – Living Labs – Smart City communities provide insights and solutions? Any examples from the ENoLL?   •  How the collaboration of FI-LL-SC can address the current major challenges of cities in terms of competitiveness, employment, and environmental sustainability?  
  11. 11. Questions II: 2(2) •  How can we increase the intelligence of cities? Does the collaboration among the Future Internet – Living Labs – Smart City communities provide insights and solutions? Any examples from the ENoLL?   •  How the collaboration of FI-LL-SC can address the current major challenges of cities in terms of competitiveness, employment, and environmental sustainability?  
  12. 12. Questions II: 1(2) •  Which are the requirements from city governments in order to pave the way for Future Internet applications and services in the cities? Is there any benefit for cities?   •  Is there any link between the collaboration models of FI-LL-SC and the business models for Smart Cities? Can we outline any impact on the sustainability of smart cities?
  13. 13. A definition of Smart City “We believe a city to be smart when investments in human and social capital and traditional (transport) and modern (ICT) communications infrastructure fuel sustainable economic growth and a high quality of life, with a wise management of natural resources, through participatory governance” A. Caragliu, C. del Bo, P. Nijkamp (2009)
  14. 14. Key drivers from Smart Cities of Future Internet Open Innovation (1). • Socio-economic ambitions of large cities / city marketing • Need for connectedness (cities – rural areas – regions) • Broadband deployment experiences, need for applications pull after the infrastructure • Technology push. Need to create experimentation environments to stimulate innovation
  15. 15. Key drivers from Smart Cities of Future Internet Open Innovation (2). • Driving network development • Impact of Internet infrastructure on business attractiveness of cities • Need to create open innovation environments to attract business and knowledge centres
  16. 16. Smart Cities and Living Labs The Living Lab participatory processes combine both the strengths of collective intelligence and innovation capacity of people and the mediating role of ICTs in organising global value chains of suppliers and customers. – Living Labs are Open Innovation Ecosystems of Smart Cities.
  17. 17. Meet up 2010 SEPTEMBER: FIREBALL at ICT2010 in Brussels – Belgium OCTOBER: FIREBALL at Knowledge Society Forum in Birmingham – UK NOVEMBER: FIREBALL at the Connected Smart City meeting in Helsinki – Finland DECEMBER: FIREBALL at FIA in Ghent – Belgium

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