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FIWARE Marketplaces


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Presentation given by Cristina Brandtstetter, FIWARE Foundation, at Open & Agile Smart Cities' annual Connected Smart Cities & Communities Conference 2020 on 23 January in Brussels, Belgium

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FIWARE Marketplaces

  1. 1. FIWARE Marketplaces OASC Conference, January 23, 2020 Cristina Brandtstetter CMO FIWARE Foundation
  2. 2. From top-down to bottom-up 1 ▪ The Smart City should not necessarily be interpreted as top-down vision delivered solely through government investment. ▪ Often quite the opposite, the “Smart City” is largely an organic “system of systems” ▪ which comprises an ecosystem of products, services, companies, people and society ▪ that are working together creatively ▪ to foster innovation within the city. This has a strong influence on how marketplaces get created and being used, how they grow and which impact they can make. And ultimately, how cities today and in the future will invest.
  3. 3. Requirments are growing continuoulsy – dreams as well... 2
  4. 4. Creating the “perfect” city requires 17 cities 3 Note: the ICCA is the International Congress and Convention Association *Indicates new leaders in 2019 Source: A.T. Kearney 2019 Global Cities Report
  5. 5. By 2025: 41.6 billion IoT devices will be generating 79.4 zettabytes of data 4 Expected number of connected devices to the Internet (Report both Cisco, Ericsson). The reports discusses the expected growth in the number of connected devices by 2020 due to the introduction of the M2M market. The number of devices connected to the Internet, including the machines, sensors, and cameras that make up the Internet of Things (IoT), continues to grow at a steady pace. Expansion of IoT devices supporting consumer lifestyles also accelerating. 2015 ➔ 2020 as is 2017
  6. 6. A Marketplace reflects and addresses the Needs of the Market ...through concrete Solutions 5
  7. 7. A Marketplace reflects and addresses the Needs of the Market ...through concrete Solutions 6 …respecting each domain with its specific dimensions: ▪ Market Drivers ▪ Value Chain & Route to Market ▪ Market Size ▪ Market & Technology Trends ▪ What is happening in the Market ▪ County specific strengths, Gaps, Opportunities, Barriers ▪ What the Government is doing ▪ Stakeholders ▪ Recommendations from the most diverse institutions
  8. 8. FIWARE Marketplace: a community-centric approach 7
  9. 9. What makes a great Marketplace great... 8 ▪ Common values ▪ Orientation ▪ Guidance ▪ Trust (Certification) ▪ Accessibility ▪ At the forefront of innovation ▪ Growing ▪ Actively marketed ▪ Be ready-to-use ▪ Dynamic: Be really used
  10. 10. Most marketplaces die within their first 2 year as they face many challenges 9 SPEED (Certification) COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VISIBILITY
  11. 11. Realizing Global Synergies with Open Source and Open Standards Malaga, Spain 23-24 June, 2020
  12. 12. We passionately believe in helping the FIWARE Community in promoting their business 11