Working Group Smart Cities – CitySDK Overview

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Working Group Smart Cities – CitySDK Overview

  1. 1. CitySDK for DevelopersService Development Kit for the pan-European City: a Software Toolkit and APIs, example Applications and Widgets, relevant guidelines, processes - open sourceTo enhance the development capability and between-city transfer of Smart City Applications.Cities benefit from a healthy developer ecosystem (like techcompanies, eg. Apple, Nokia, Microsoft, Google)”Whatever is needed to make developers’ life easier anddevelopment cycle faster” © Forum Virium Helsinki
  2. 2. CitySDK for Developers• Created and developed with and for the developers• Lightweight, modular, no new platforms• Ongoing process, not top down and outdatedFor • Cities’ in-house service developers • Commercial service developers • SMEs • Large corporations • 3rd sector & hacktivists • Research organisations © Forum Virium Helsinki
  3. 3. CitySDK Ecosystem CitySDK Ecosystem CitySDK Technical Deliverable AppStores Project Pilots Apple, Android demonstrators, ,Nokia,Public open source CitySDK Displays Unified, Open City Interfaces components Cities’ prior through Pilotsplatforms, as CitySDK Engaged SME Developers’ new Services services, components exploiting the CitySDK ecosystem,interfaces, or open source pilot appsOpen Data Public Delivery Infrastructures urban displays
  4. 4. Consortium of the CitySDK projectThe consortium consists of 22 partners in 9 European states.In addition to experienced SMEs, large ICT and mediacompanies and research partners the consortium includeseight cities, five being Capital cities or Capital regions.Cities, municipalities and city regions:Amsterdam, NetherlandBarcelona, SpainHelsinki, FinlandIstanbul, Turkey HELSINKILamia, GreeceLisbon, PortugalManchester, UKRome, Italy MANCHESTERDevelopment and expert organizationsForum Virium Helsinki, FinlandFutureEverything, UKWaag Society, NetherlandsNetwork organizations AMSTERDAMEuropean Network of Living LabsPrivate companiesAlfamicro, PortugalGnosis Computers, GreeceISA – Intelligent Sensing Anywhere, PortugalLynx, Italy ISTANBUL ROMESanoma, FinlandTAGES, TurkeyUniversities and research institutes- BARCELONAUniversity of Tilburg, Netherlands LISSABONESADE, SpainCASPUR, Italy LAMIAInstituto Superior Técnico, PortugalAmsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands
  5. 5. Pilots• Focus on 3 domains • Participation • Mobility • Tourism• In technical work package common enablers are compiled for the pilots and further use Smart Participation Smart Mobility Smart Tourism Amsterdam Pilot Lead pilot Pilot Barcelona Pilot - - Helsinki Lead pilot Pilot Pilot Istanbul - Pilot - Lamia Pilot Pilot Pilot Lisbon Pilot - Lead pilot Manchester Pilot Pilot - Rome Pilot Pilot Pilot © Forum Virium Helsinki
  6. 6. CitySDK WP3, Participation, as an example Piloted in the CitySDK project. Interfaces and processes developed during the project. FVH coordinates Oma kaupunki Palauteydin, ASPA feedback service feedback core handling system Sanoma Oyj Helsinki, Titek Helsinki, HKRCitizen www.hel.fi Technology, sof City tware Department B platforms Fillarikanava Processes City Department C Facebook Best practises Media XY City Department D
  7. 7. Thank you!www.forumvirium.fipekka.koponen@forumvirium.fi © Forum Virium Helsinki

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