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Smart City

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Bartosz Łoś

on 8 September 2014

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Transcript of Smart City

Benefits and drawbacks for wired and wireless networks
Criteria for the application:
Moving towards Smarter Cities
Group #2 - Anna Sperka , Dmitrijs Kozlovs , Nicolai Hansen , Ricard Ortiz Bacardit , Bartosz Łoś
Supervisor- Mścisław Śrutek
Barcelona 2014

Main solutions
SMART CITY is a synergy of structured relationships between people, organizations, that involves efficient use of resources & advanced technology, for the benefit of everyone.
Smart city definition
Needs of different types of people
1) Public places- health sensors
Telemedicine place at the acces point
2) Video cameras, ID cards with tracking mode enabled
3) Public portal/ app, ID card/ RF iD, {BIOMETRIC}

1) Play City (ID card+PIN) -> Supervised
2) Public playground -> Partially supervised
3) Library (holograms)4) What can be found here (bus stop tour)

Wired and wireless access infrastructure
1) Apps in Phone/tabblet
2) Acces points
3) Cameras to monitoring
4) Energy/Water consumption (Controla/Apps/Devices) Notifications
5) ID card/ Movile App (Pin/Finger/Digital Sign) +prepayment functions

1) Cameras at night Used by citizens
2) Fast transport
3) Moving roads
4) ID cards

1) Unified platform {Citizens/City}
2) Access points of information (tourist…)
3) Cameras

Existing services vs Future Services
Main solutions
Chip Cards - PIN, fingerprint
Online cameras with sensors
Mobile apps for different services
Platform with unified access
Access points
Usability (user friendly)
Have access to information about the city
Have access to the Internet/GPS

1. Definitions of smart city
2. Managing platforms
3. Services and applications
4. Infrastructure
5. Business models
6. Lessons learned & Conclusions
Ethical Implications:
Emphasis of matter should be placed as the disclaimer that this presentation is not to be considered as a manual for process redesign for any further activities.
Furthermore the information presented in the practical part is strictly subjective and for educational purposes only, omitting the company name and any kind of data that may be used in order to determine the identity of the company.
Thus any of the information disclosed in the presentation may not be used for and against any company in a legal dispute nor in favour or against the author of this presentation.
This presentation is not given in the form of a covered opinion, technical opinion or engineering advice.
Any technical or engineering advices contained in this thesis may not be used to recommend a transaction to another party.
No violation of any standards of business ethics or rights of any kind occurred during the preparation of this presentation.
Existing framework: Europeansmartcities 3.0

Existing framework: IBM Global Business Services
A Smart City is a city well performing in 6 characteristics, built on the ‘smart’ combination of endowments and activities of self-decisive, independent and aware citizens.

does not deal with the leading European metropolises but with medium-sized cities and their perspectives for development.
the challenges of medium-sized are rather different to the big metropolises

They are initially focusing on:

Reduce congestion in transport systems
Improve public safety by reducing crime and emergency response time
Streamline and tailor services for the citizen, including a heavy emphasis on education and training
Enable appropriate access to healthcare data for better quality of care, early disease detection and prevention.

PESTEL analysis
Criteria for services
Internet infrastructure of the city
Smart City platform snapshot
Applications examples
Existing services vs Future Services
Platform definition
Amount of citizens: 1,108,297 in the urban
Area: 219.32 km2
Capital of the Netherlands
Smart city project started in 2009

General information about Amsterdam

Bike like a local
iKringloop - give away free things
Libelium - monitoring the city
ECHELON’S smart street lighting - intelligent light
Hikob - monitoring the road tempature
Existents application for the smart city

Safety tips

Find my bike function

Currently more then
60,000 parking spaces in
17,000 different locations in Amsterdam

800,000 bicycles in Amsterdam

Bike like a local

Map over Amsterdam where
you can park your bike

An application to help you find products in stores in Amsterdam
3,500 shops with 50,000 different products in Amsterdam


Bike like a local

Screenshots from the application

Being a tourist in a city

Lessons learned
Team communication & relationship
searching skills
ability to summarize
work under pressure within time limits
time management vs quality of the report
dealing with multitask assignments

Efficient use of expertize
Business modeling
compare and analyze the tendencies of business
knowledge in the sphere of Business & IT
Something=> value

List of sources
Buying a product
Improve the experience of the shopper by:
Finding parking lots
Real time traffic data
Find nearby ATM machines
Does the application fit the criterias?
Usability (user friendly)
Have access to information about the city
Have access to the Internet/GPS

Bike like a local
Thank you for being
so attentive!
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