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Day 1 Session 2: IBM @ Selangor Smart City Intl Conference 2016

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IBM @ Selangor Smart City International Conference 2016
Presentation by Deven Chhaya, ASEAN Leader for Smarter Cities from IBM, at the Selangor Smart City International Conference 2016 on December 6th 2016.

Deven Chhaya focused on how IBM has delivered increasing levels of services in areas such as transport, emergency management, water, buildings, public safety and more.

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Day 1 Session 2: IBM @ Selangor Smart City Intl Conference 2016

  1. 1. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM Smarter Cities Enabling Sustainable Urbanization Deven Chhaya ASEAN Leader – Smarter Cities
  2. 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation Smarter Cities compete successfully by cultivating three core attributes that express the personality of the city Resiliency Charisma Vitality Bold leadership in service of a differentiated brand identity to attract and inspire citizens and businesses Reimagined, sustainable infrastructure to better anticipate and respond to resource challenges of all kinds Smarter systems and service delivery to help individuals reach their full economic, social and health potential
  3. 3. © 2014 IBM Corporation The need to collaborate is more important than ever… Experience driven Buying Demographics Environment Societal expectations Competitive Pressure Impact of technology Smarter Cities
  4. 4. © 2014 IBM Corporation The Journey of making a City “Smarter” INTELLIGENT INTERCONNECTEDINSTRUMENTED
  5. 5. © 2014 IBM Corporation Vibrant cities are realizing their full potential by integrating across functions, capitalizing on new insights, creating system-wide efficiencies and collaborating in new ways
  6. 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation 3 trends that are shaping the future of smart cities
  7. 7. © 2014 IBM Corporation Emergency Management Systems capture events to a central point and provide responders with operational insights Smarter Emergency Management Capitalize on new insights to create near real-time situational awareness at the command center level Create system-wide efficiencies to improve strategic collaboration and tactical decision making for virtually all hazards (man-made or natural) Collaborate in new ways to enable a faster, more effective and efficient response Preparedness ResponseMitigation Recovery
  8. 8. © 2014 IBM Corporation Emergency management customers – achieving real results Integrate information feeds from federal, state and international security agencies and their monitoring tools Davao City, Philippines Develops an “early warning system” that monitors Key Risk Indicators citywide Integrate several agencies with a centralized solution, speeding cross- agency coordination Bandung City, Indonesia Improves threat detection and command- and-control response efficiencies for large, international events City of Madrid Emergency response agency improves response time by 15%Establish an integrated communication system that enhances situational awareness City of Fort Worth Reduces number of physical radios needed in communication center by 80% Enable first responders to communicate with each other in real-time and respond faster with better decision making
  9. 9. © 2014 IBM Corporation Smarter Law Enforcement Capitalize on new insights to get a holistic view and identify leads more quickly Create system-wide efficiencies to uncover criminal trends and proactively deploy police resources Collaborate in new ways to quickly apply resources and efficiently resolve crimes Public safety systems help make cities safer and more desirable for citizens and businesses ““There's no substitute for interacting with people to solve cases. Our goal is to make the process more efficient: instead of having to talk with 10 different investigators in different parts of the city, they'll have to talk with two. That's a lot more time available to solve cases.” Police agencies work together to attain guilty convictions with innovative policies and mobile access — James Onalfo, Chief Architect and CIO, NYPD
  10. 10. © 2014 IBM Corporation Use predictive analytics to reduce crime without a proportional increase in staff – while expanding coverage area NYPD provides mobile access to more than 120 million criminal complaints, arrests and 911 records Relay critical data instantly to officers at the scene; what once took days now takes minutes Memphis Police Dept reduces crime 19% over four years Miami-Dade Police Dept transforms all aspects of public safety operations by enabling a holistic view of policing and partner agency systems Provide a preconfigured solution that supports front line, command and investigative staff United Kingdom Ministry of Justice analyzes 4 million records from within 140 prisons Share key information on criminals among agency staff to help anticipate future problems and plan intervention programs Law enforcement customers achieving real results
  11. 11. © 2014 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. © 2014 IBM Corporation Smarter Transportation Management Capitalize on new insights to create visibility across transportation networks and improve operations Create system-wide efficiencies to optimize capacity and minimize congestion by anticipating commuter demand Collaborate in new ways to assure safety and improve the traveler’s experience Transportation management systems can improve operational efficiency and enhance traveler safety, speed and satisfaction — Thomas Weil, Head of Traffic Management Center, Cologne Increased accuracy of traffic volume data to 90% ensures that drivers receive more accurate reports on traffic tie-ups, suggested route changes, etc. “Having the ability to create actionable insight from the traffic monitoring data gives us an ability to better manage congestion as well as provide citizens with more precise traffic information.”
  13. 13. © 2014 IBM Corporation Finnish Transport Agency transforms 78,000 km of roadway data into insights to enhance safety and operational efficiency Integrate and analyze existing roadway data to improve road maintenance and make the country's motorways safer and easier to navigate Analyzes traffic and road conditions to help improve traffic flow and ease congestion Develop high- speed urban passenger transport network to meet growing population needs City of Zhenjiang makes public transportation system faster and more efficient by improving transit flow on 2000 city buses and 100 bus routes Transportation management customers achieving real results A US turnpike authority predicts turnpike traffic conditions with 96% accuracy for 30-minute predictions in live tests 14 Analyze traffic patterns and predict congestion on trunk routes Asia’s Developed City analyze traffic congestion with 70% accuracy to disseminate relevant information through various media
  14. 14. © 2014 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. © 2014 IBM Corporation Smarter Water Management Capitalize on new insights by providing a holistic, system-wide approach to water system data analysis and management Create system-wide efficiencies by identifying potential delivery disruption and better forecasting long- term water demand Collaborate in new ways to protect water supplies and drive conservation and sustainability Water management systems make operations and infrastructure more reliable and efficient 17 Natural Water Sources Raw Water Transport Clean Water Supply Consumers Sewage Treatment
  16. 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation Rio de Janeiro implements a high- resolution weather and hydrologic modeling system that can predict flood events up to 48 hours in advance Digital Delta helps water authorities prevent disasters and environmental degradation, while reducing the cost of managing water by up to 15% Bangalore Water Supply and Sewage Board Mitigates water loss due to theft, leakage and malfunctions saving up to 40% of supply Provide real-rime feedback on the status of the water supply for water-distribution pattern adjustment Miami-Dade Parks expects to reduce water consumption by 20% and save USD860,000 annually Reduce water costs through operational efficiencies and advanced analytics capabilities Mitigate flood damage by gathering and analyzing flood information in the Netherlands and applying advanced analytics Water management customers achieving real results Integrate information and processes from 30 different city agencies
  17. 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation Waste management Waste is increasingly considered a valuable resource A closed-loop, non-traditional supply chain is beginning to make economic sense Product Recover/reuseSell CollectionDiscard/Recycle Landfill Sort Non-recoverable material Energy
  18. 18. © 2014 IBM Corporation Madrid: Project MiNT
  19. 19. © 2014 IBM Corporation Putting social media to work: Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 “Citizen as a sensor” Event Rules Semantic Models Workflows
  20. 20. © 2014 IBM Corporation 3 trends that are shaping the future of smart cities
  21. 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation #1 Internet of Things 30 Billion Things Source: The Builder’s Association, Total Cost of Ownership
  22. 22. © 2014 IBM Corporation #2 – Government As A Service Competing Cities might use Tax-Based-Services as a competitive advantage
  23. 23. © 2014 IBM Corporation Data from citizens, combined with traffic, weather and utility data, can be used to learn from and predict patterns in cities, such as traffic jams or energy shortages. Cognitive IoT has the potential to transform how we think about cities -- and beyond. #3 – Ushering in the Cognitive Era
  24. 24. © 2014 IBM Corporation 26

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