Pauline Riordan, The Studio, Dublin, "Czy jestem smart w planowaniu przestrzennym?"


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Pauline Riordan, The Studio, Dublin, "Czy jestem smart w planowaniu przestrzennym?"

  1. 1. Pauline Riordan Dublin City Council Smart City Challenge and the role of City as Facilitator
  2. 2. Dublin Region • 4 municipal authorities • 28% of population of Ireland • 1.3 million in Greater Dublin Area • Economic driver • Knowledge hub • European and international gateway
  3. 3. Economic crisis Global recession, property collapse, banking sector collapse, austerity, EU/IMF bailout, new government……
  4. 4. Dublin – place of choice Ireland is the second most globalised country in the world (Ernst & Young, 2011) “Dublin is rapidly becoming the multilingual internet capital of Europe and Google is proud to be leading the charge on this” David Martin, Director, Geo Operations for Google in Europe.
  5. 5. Challenges as a global city
  6. 6. Economic Action Plan •Strong city leadership •Vibrant city •Creative people •Support smart city initiatives Position Dublin City Region as a hub in the European knowledge economy
  7. 7. Collaborative city leadership •Local Government • Business •Universities •State •Not for Profit Internationally Open City Region …to people, ideas, innovation
  8. 8. Collaborative local government The Studio aims to grow Dublin City Council’s capacity to innovate
  9. 9. City as facilitator ……….bring staff, citizens and partners together to explore new ways of working for the council and the city
  10. 10. Cities become…. living laboratories for research and innovation connected city where technology improves services and quality of life for the citizen SMART PLACES SMART PEOPLE co create city by collaborating with business, research and citizens to meet human needs ……. smart, open, collaborative
  11. 11. SMART CITY Dispersive Prism Illustration by Spigget.jpg Living laboratories for research and innovation
  12. 12. Smart City Projects Water Research Transport Open Data Enterprise Energy Digital ………need greater coordination & alignment
  13. 13. Smart city partners Source: IBM Research •IBM Research •Intel •Siemens •Google •GlenDimplex •Gowex •Universities •Agencies •Local Authorities ……….help us make urban data scalable, robust and interpretable to others
  14. 14. Create level playing field •Easy access to public data for citizens, SME or large organisations •Launched October 2011 •2nd Irish public Open Data site •Open PSI licence Open Data: data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed…. published in a machine readable format
  15. 15. Platform to drive growth
  16. 16. Dubl:nked model Public Local Authorities lead data release Open Data Open Data Research Data Licensed data Commercial data Large data streams Commercial Academic NUIM sets standards and manages network IBM provides technology platform Open Data
  17. 17. Dubl:nked in numbers 250 datasets 13 organisations 18 research datasets 6 dynamic data sets Real time traffic, public transport &parking Dynamic planning information & customer interactions
  18. 18. Public data •Raw Operational Data •Spatial mapping •Research Data •Sensor and Monitoring No health or crime data
  19. 19. Demand driven Companies using our data JNOR, Get There, IBM Smarter Planet, Nokia, Hit the Road…. High interest Transport, planning, environment, mapping Unexpected Fire brigade, school wardens, Fats, Oils & Grease, Electrical list
  20. 20. International recognition COUNTRIES & CITIES VIEWS TO DUBLINKED, FOR PAST 30 DAYS Countries: Ireland, United Kingdom, United States, Israel, Germany, Greece, Canada Cities: Dublin, London, San Jose, Athens, Toronto, Prague, Stockholm, Madrid •Seen as first movers •Legal agreements in place •New relationships with enterprise •International reputation of Region •Low cost €100,000 per annum
  21. 21. Next steps…beyond Gov2Gov Need to systemise and standardise across region, public and private
  22. 22. Challenges •Culture change •Working across silos WITH GREAT DATA COMES GREAT RESPONSIBILITY •Licensing •Authorisation for outsourced services •Security & data protection
  23. 23. Prototype city? Commercialisation Data suppliers Test bed / procurement Formal structure for engaging Clear prototyping process Source: NDRC Open data challenge, Plotspotz We want to position the Dublin Region as a world leader in developing and trialling urban solutions
  24. 24. SMART PLACES Dispersive Prism Illustration by Spigget.jpg Connected City where technology improves quality of life for citizens
  25. 25. Better city systems Smart meter water consumption Source: IBM Research Energy use in public buildings Source: Codema Energy Agency Transport and traffic management Source: IBM Research Real time passenger information Source: Dublin City Traffic Control Centre
  26. 26. Better decision making Analysing human-city interactions: •Integrate multiple data sources •Merge information layers •Forecast emergent behaviour Building A Neighborhood 1 Neighborhood 2 Source: IBM Research Source: IBM Research …….City can prioritise services, outreach and engagement
  27. 27. Focus on challenges Identify common challenges Run competitions for new solutions to city challenges Source: NDRC Open data challenge Source: NDRC Open data challenge Source: Fingal Open Data
  28. 28. New digital services 35 + Completed applications • planning information • journey planners • parking apps • events • facilities ParkYA CityWatch BETA
  29. 29. Data visualisation Source:
  30. 30. Data becomes information Dublin City council’s Budget visualisation Source: ConorMcGarrigle Property Price map shows property sales registered on an interactive map Namaland lets you see buildings owned by National Asset Management Agency Source: Dublin City Council Census small area data merged with deprivation indicators show areas of deprivation
  31. 31. SMART PEOPLE Dispersive Prism Illustration by Spigget.jpg Co-create future city by collaborating with business, education and citizens
  32. 32. Finding Roy Retro-fitting of 369 gullies has generated €250,000 Joint patent in Ireland and UK
  33. 33. Linking people as well as data Data may inspire, but it requires people to be innovative Without the right context and understanding, data is just 1’s and 0’s Connect people with problems to people with ideas
  34. 34. New collaborations Dubmeets… Planning, Technical, Spatial, Visualisation, Open Innovation, Public Sector data, Public Transport ,Linked Data, Tourism…… Source: Fingal Open Data …bring skills, sectors and people together to test ideas
  35. 35. Experiment quick and cheap 1. Explore Options 4. Do it again 2. Just do it! 3. Learn from results
  36. 36. Agile City Photographer Joseph Carr courtesy of Artist Michelle Browne Source: Beta Projects Source: Beta Projects Photo: Michelle Hotchin @notanartist
  37. 37. Engage with citizens Informal on street conversations Engage with broad range of people Public set the agenda
  38. 38. Meet human needs
  39. 39. Co-creating city Photo: Michelle Hotchin @notanartist
  40. 40. @Dublinked @DCCStudio Dispersive Prism Illustration by Spigget.jpg