Information Marketplaces - The New Economic Cities

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  • The opportunityKey messages
  • Smart city plans have been technology-led, rather thanneeds- and values- led.The value of digital investments is not being clearly articulatedfor all stakeholders. Value objectives for one stakeholder may not be aligned withsocial, economic, environmental value for the city. Cities are complex organisations and decisions that involvemultiple departments can take time and can often be at oddswiththe sales cycles of companies.
  • Information Marketplaces - The New Economic Cities

    1. 1. Information Marketplaces The New Economics of Cities Urban Systems Collaborative 16th December 2011 Volker.Buscher@Arup.com•© Arup/Marcel Lam Photography•1
    2. 2. Cities Work Postcards from the Future By Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones•3 Image © Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones
    3. 3. Energy ConsumptionIMF, BP
    4. 4. TOTAL TONNES OF 12 CO2 EMISSIONS (BN) CHINA Energy Information Administration 10 U.S.A. 8 6 EUROPE 4 INDIA 2 0 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030•5
    5. 5. Our Shrinking Earth 1900 1950 1987 2005 2030 2050 7.91 5.15 2.60 2.02 1.69 1.44 YEAR Hectares of Land Per Capita•6
    6. 6. The Challenge for Africa – A great Place to Live Development through protecting the environment Wangari Maathai Nobel Laureate•7
    7. 7. Modernising Cities•8
    8. 8. Drivers of Succeed great places to live and Continuing to Change: work Chris Vein Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer Executive Office of the President•9
    9. 9. InformationMarketplacesThe New Economicsof Cities
    10. 10. •5•11 The C40 Cities
    11. 11. 62% of “smart” actions taken are related to transport, buildings and connectivity. Few leading cities are beginning to invest in integrated technology approaches. •5•12
    12. 12. C40 city actions 20 implemented 18 planned 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Smart grid Smart energy Smart water Real-time transport Electric metering metering information vehicles
    13. 13. Control Centres Walking & Cycling Traffic Light Priority Real-time Bus InfoWayfinding Journey Planner Emissions Reporting Sensing movement Bus Rapid Transit © Image Copyright•14
    14. 14. Energy visualisationsJätkäsaari, Helsinki •15 Smart Estate Visulisation
    15. 15. Sensing movementSFPark, San Francisco•16
    16. 16. Underground RetailTesco’s Seoulhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2021064/How-buy-•17groceries-virtual-supermarket--train-platform.html
    17. 17. Hong Kong ARArup AR team•18
    18. 18. “We have so many service providers coming to us with a „smart city‟ offer, but they don‟t seem to understand that it‟s not just a matter of finding the newest, most complex system available. They know they have the product to sell and cities know they would like to be smarter, but there are a number of competing factors that go into making a match.” Adam Freed Deputy Director for Long-Term Planning and Sustainability, New York City•19
    19. 19. Layers of smart city value
    20. 20. Digital city operating model No control over citizen Control over citizen or customer relationship or customer relationship Control Enabler Integrator over digital infrastructure Facilitating city services: can be open Governmental city services: Somewhat assets data initiatives or outsourcing of service more closed approach, can be high cost creation based on provided datasets. depending on implementation Stimulating development is key Examples Examples SF Data, Apps for Amsterdam, 311 NYC Data Mine, London datastore London cycle hire No control Neutral Broker over digital infrastructure Unsupported City Services: City-branded services: An unlikelier assets City government does not take initiative scenario that would be targeted at city- and relies on privately funded projects branding and city-marketing, more than service provision Examples Examples Trip Advisors, Some EV schemes Ljubljana Tourist Card
    21. 21. Connecting smart cities to value
    22. 22. Rates of change in open APIsassociated with city infrastructure
    23. 23. Information Products – example value chain
    24. 24. Strategic Sourcing•25
    25. 25. Framework for a smarter city
    26. 26. Time for Leadership Information Marketplaces: The new economics of cities 1. Economic development 2. Great places to live and work 3. Growth in the ecological age •http://www.istockphoto.com/•27 Information Marketplaces: The new economics of cities
    27. 27. Digital Infrastructure Hyper Connectivity Consumerisation Social Cloud IoT •http://www.istockphoto.com/•28 Information Marketplaces: The new economics of cities
    28. 28. Smart Estate Intelligent Buildings Smart Cities•29 Intelligent Cities – Impact on Intelligent Buildings
    29. 29. urban redevelopment Raising the quality of life whilst reducing carbon emissions •© Image Copyright•30 Low2No, Helsinki
    30. 30. •31 City as a System
    31. 31. •32 Examples – Mushereib, Doha
    32. 32. The £80 sqft question?•33
    33. 33. more2nd for 30% Less !•34
    34. 34. Living Workplace 25 % less work stations 20 % less office space 15 % less cost Top Staff Example Global Bank•35
    35. 35. A new $2.4 bn market•36 Real Time Real Estate
    36. 36. Real Time Real Estate Metering Lighting Access BMS …. ERP iBMS Systems IP HVAC plc Utilities fan coil•37
    37. 37. Executive Public Personal automate Arup / Experentia Low2No Arup / Experentia Low2No & control Carbon Reporting Office Lobby My consumption Office Utilisation Analyst My role Supplier KPI’s Press My control Information Flows Collect Analyse Use ERP Systems Metering Lighting Access BMS …. ICT ERP Systems Real Time Real Estate Information IP HVAC 1 Building Utilities plc fan coil•38 Real Time Real Estate
    38. 38. Executive Public Personal automate Arup / Experentia Low2No Arup / Experentia Low2No & control Carbon Reporting Office Lobby My consumption Office Utilisation Analyst My role Supplier KPI’s Press My control Information Flows Collect Analyse Use ERP Systems Metering Lighting Access BMS …. ICT ERP Systems Real Time Real Estate Information IP HVAC 100 Buildings Utilities plc fan coil•39 Real Time Real Estate
    39. 39. Executive Public Personal automate Arup / Experentia Low2No Arup / Experentia Low2No & control Carbon Reporting Office Lobby My consumption Office Utilisation Analyst My role Supplier KPI’s Press My control Information Flows Collect Analyse Use ERP Systems Metering Lighting Access BMS …. ICT ERP Systems Real Time Real Estate Information IP HVAC 1000 Buildings Utilities plc fan coil•40 Real Time Real Estate
    40. 40. Real Time Real Estate: • Tenant Services • Performance Contracting • Environmental Management • Property Management • Utilisation Management Smart Estate Intelligent Buildings destination cost design Smart Cities•41 Intelligent Cities – Impact on Intelligent Buildings
    41. 41. we are free to think differently.Volker.buscher@arup.comDirector | Arup •© Arup/Marcel Lam Photography•42

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