Working Group Smart Cities – ICT PSP Smart Cities Portfolio March 2012


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Working Group Smart Cities – ICT PSP Smart Cities Portfolio March 2012

  1. 1. Smart Cities Portfolio Working GroupCo-Creating Cross-Border Synergies andNetworking for Future Internet enabled services in Smart CitiesDave Carter, Head, Manchester Digital Development Agency (MDDA), Manchester City Council, UK Chair, Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group
  2. 2. The Battle for Control of Smart Cities
  3. 3. The CIP Smart Cities Portfolio Projects 2010
  4. 4. The CIP Smart Cities Portfolio Projects 2011CITADEL ... on the move – high speed mobile appsCity SDK ... Smart City Service Developer Kit – open source Smart City apps ecosystemCommons 4 Europe ... Code Commons – collaborative web + Bottom-Up-Broadband CommonsiCity ... Linked Open Apps Ecosystem to open up Innovation in Smart Citiesi-SCOPE ... Interoperable Smart City Services through an Open Platform for Urban EcosystemsLiveCity ... Live Video-to-Video supporting Interactive City Infrastructure
  5. 5. Smart Cities Portfolio Priorities• Smart Cities Portfolio launched: Helsinki conference, Nov. 2010• Currently developing the workplan of the Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group: City of Manchester is Chair, Helsinki and Barcelona are Vice-Chairs• Work in partnership with Eurocities, ENoLL, FIA and other networks to promote Smart Cities and plan collaborative work, including knowledge exchange• Exploiting projects’ links with key decision makers at city, regional, national and international level• Linking into global networking opportunities, e.g. presenting at ICF conference in New York in June 2012
  6. 6. Future Internet and Smart Cities• Next generation of Internet development• User driven open innovation• ICT for Green & Green ICT• Networking the networks: EUROCITIES, European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), Future Internet Assembly (FIA), Digital Agenda for Europe • • • • •
  7. 7. EUROCITIES ConnectedSmart Cities Network - Smart Cities Roadmap – feedback from KSF members - Third Call for CIP Future Internet enabled Smart Cities under CIP, May 2012 - Revised Roadmap presented to Smart Cities WG in Belfast, June - Smart Cities projects’ collective results presentation to Smart Cities WG in Vienna, October - Consider work programme for a further year in 2013 - Smart Cities WG meetings at KSF events in 2013 - ‘Telecities to Smart Cities: 20 years of Urban Digital (1993-2013)’ KSF event in Manchester, October 2013 (tbc)
  8. 8. Get connected: • Sustainable legacy of the FIREBALL projectFuture Internet Research &Experimentation By • Smart Cities Roadmap - feedbackAdopting Living Labs • Case studies from KSF members • New project proposals and work in progress • Toolkit and support network for new cities • Horizontal links, especially with Green Digital agenda – Charter, NiCE project etc. • Helping to shape the agenda: especially Digital Agenda for Europe, Horizon 2020 etc.