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CEF Building Blocks for Smart Cities

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Presentation given by Caroline Corneau, represented by Joao Rodrigues Frade, European Commission, at Open & Agile Smart Cities' annual Connected Smart Cities & Communities Conference 2020 on 23 January in Brussels, Belgium

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CEF Building Blocks for Smart Cities

  1. 1. CEF Building Blocks for Smart Cities Caroline CORNEAU Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) DG DIGIT Directorate-General for Informatics DG CONNECT Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology
  2. 2. Agenda Context Broker Main Benefits Building Blocks in Smart Cities The CEF Building Blocks
  3. 3. How is the Commission helping Cities and Regions build digital services which comply to EU regulations? Standards. The Connecting Europe Facility’s mission is to support projects to use basic components, based on standards, that will ensure systems can communicate with each other. We call these basic digital components Building Blocks.
  4. 4. Let’s meet Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Building Blocks
  5. 5. Big Data Test Infrastructure eID Context Broker eDelivery eInvoicing eSignature eTranslation eArchiving Once Only Principle European Blockchain Services Infrastructure
  6. 6. Context Broker Make data-driven decisions in real time, at the right time What we can help you achieve Make smart, data-based decisions in real time Develop new innovative services based on shared data Assemble and manage contextualised information to and from different systems Share context information with others to improve processes across the whole value chain
  7. 7. Training sessions Sample software Testing services Funding Opportunities Implementation support Service desk OUR SERVICES We want to make sure the implementation of our Building Blocks runs smoothly.
  8. 8. Context Broker applies the NGSI-LD standard
  9. 9. Success Stories Our success stories provide insights into how projects have implemented the Building Blocks in cities and regions. Read the Success Stories Data-based smart watering for green spaces Support cyclists to choose healthier routes Eindhoven Smart waste & water management & street lighting Badajoz Predict hostile behavior via smart analytics Stratumseind Saint-Quentin Remote control of watering systems Osuna Reduced air pollution Barcelona eInvoicing and eDelivery Flanders (Belgium)
  10. 10. Smart Cities on CEF Digital CEF Digital Smart Cities Webpage ü https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/2YEnBg Webinars 2019 ü https://ec.europa.eu/cefdigital/wiki/x/oYDHB
  11. 11. How many projects have used the building block? 273 projects Growing potential cases are bringing us closer to fulfilling the dream. Building Blocks Benefits Mature and ready to deploy Great European experience for citizens and businesses Based on open European standard View Dashboard
  12. 12. Ready to get started? Reach out to us to learn more! Or visit our website www.ec.europa.eu/cefdigital
  13. 13. Backlog
  14. 14. Context Broker Contextualise data in real time BDTI Experiment with big data in a safe environment EDP Open, real time datasets from EU Member States BENEFIT FROM INTEGRATION IN AN OPEN ECOSYSTEM
  15. 15. Reducing air pollution in Barcelona Barcelona’s poor air quality is thought to cause about 3,500 premature deaths a year The city implemented a number of policies and efforts and measured air quality at 12 discrete locations using expensive sensors but had no way of monitoring real-time pollution data.
  16. 16. Reducing air pollution in Barcelona Barcelona deployed a network of gas sensors which provide realtime air monitoring. In order to be able to process that new volume of data, they needed the Context Broker in order to contextualize all that information. Now Barcelona can make decisions based on real time information.
  17. 17. Making Stratumseind festive and safe again! Stratumseind in the city of Eindhoven is one of the biggest party streets in the Netherlands. It attracts around 20.000 visitors every weekend. IDEA use IOT devices to enforce noise regulation, crowd management & for preventing violent incidents
  18. 18. Making Stratumseind festive and safe again! CB
  19. 19. Overview SMaaS Smart Data Wien Junta de Andalucia Municipality of Messina Deputacio' de Badajoz Wolfbsburg Municipality Paderborn Municipality Ulm Municipality City of Barcelona Context Broker users Context Broker partners Monheim Municipality Heidelberg Municipality Herne Municipality Kiel Municipality Lübeck Municipality Utrecht Province Florence Municipality Tuscany Region Arezzo Municipality
  20. 20. The Digital Single Market Aims to ensure that citizens, businesses and public administrations can reap the benefits that digital has to offer. Source: Tallinn Declaration A Top 10 Commission Priority
  21. 21. WHO WE ARE TRANSPORT €26.25bn ENERGY €5.85bn TELECOM Broadband €170 M CEF Digital €970 M * CEF REGULATION Defines how the Commission can finance support for the establishment of trans-European networks to reinforce an interconnected Europe. * - 100 M Juncker Package CEF TELECOM GUIDELINES The CEF Telecom guidelines cover the specific objectives and priorities as well as eligibility criteria for funding of broadband networks and Digital Service Infrastructures (DSIs). CEF WORK PROGRAMMES Translates the CEF Telecom Guidelines in general objectives and actions planned on a yearly basis. 21 CEF

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