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Thanks to chair and organisation Who is from a smart city Definitions over 300 at the moment
POST NL – postbodes meter opnemen – klein electrisch afval – sensors op brievenbussen
Closed to open Amsterdam is an open city. Socially, economically and culturally. When it comes to renewal and innovation openness is a driving force. The local government has a natural and crucial role to assure: Open (communication) infrastructure Open interaction Open dialogue Open source Open platforms
Planning to design Previously we could plan 30 years ahead. Houses were used as houses and roads were roads. These days one sees that the city is used much more flexible. This also requires flexibility of (the use of) buildings, roads, forms of communication etc. There are also more collective and individual initiatives that take and use their own space to (re)develop a little part of the city. Planning becomes more difficult, while design becomes more important
Assessment / best guess to information Huge amounts of data and computing power make it possible to use data very efficient and targeted for applications in the social domain. Take business intelligence for example. Think of maintaining order and security in the city based on information, the use of data in the health sector and matching labour demand and supply etc. In combination with social Media the already huge amount of information will be be even richer. Big data is the magic word. Privacy the challenge.
Physical to digital An increasing proportion of the activities that are being developed by the Amsterdam citizens have a large digital component. Communities are not only physical but become more and more digital. There is an increasing demand for digital services. In addition, assets like asset management, process optimization and city-based flow management will be based on sensors. The demand for bandwidth will increase exponentially.
Linear to circular Currently we are moving slowly from a linear to a circular economy. In the current, linear economy, we buy products that are often designed to end up as waste after usage. In a circular economy, it is considered during the design phase that the components of a product must be reintroduced into the production process.
Ownership to availability More and more companies and individuals share their possessions, cars and buildings. This is due to social considerations (eg peer.by), but also more often from an economic perspective. A house that is vacant is rented out and a car that is not used as well. For governments, this means that existing policies often fail. Think of, for example, AirBNB, Uber or temporary office building. Online platforms are often a major driving force.
Centralised to decentralised Production, work, energy or data (and computing) are increasingly taking place in a decentralized way. Technological developments such as smart energy networks, 3 (/ 4) D printing and online communities make this possible.
Municipality to community The Amsterdam citizens are increasingly organizing themselves. Arranging common health care, developing together a neighbourhood or starting a power company for example. The role of the government is changing in various ways: policies must be designed differently, collaborations are different and money flows will be used differently.
Vision – political leadership Unique collaboration between public-private partners, knowledge institutes and last but not least citizens platform – arm length government – finance by AEB & Liander
Collaborative bottom up approach through citizen engagement structure vision 2040 – homeless people
The collaboration is the strength in these kind of processes
Central position citizens - The only way Amsterdam Smart City can succeed in creating a smart city is by enabling its inhabitants to act smartly, by providing them with the appropriate information and by creating the necessary opportunities. In principle, this entails that everybody could participate in the creation and maintenance of Amsterdam as a Smart City. Initiatives / projects should be developed and implement in close cooperation with citizens and / or users of an area / city
the awareness is a great part of the transition: unaware unsustainable Aware unsustainable Aware sustainable unaware sustainable
Knowledge dissemination - Knowledge exchange: All the acquired knowledge and experience will be shared via the Amsterdam Smart City platform. Learning from pilots is important. The pilot partners should be transparent about the Lessonss learnt even when these are not positive.
Economically Viable Subsidies instead of investment – The initiative / project should be economically viable. Only economically viable initiatives will ultimately be rolled out on a large scale
and if you can’t earn money with it, forget it subsidising is not in our vocabulary anymore
Partners Amsterdam Smart City – updaten met nieuwe partners en nieuwe indeling, indeling naar categorie. Indeling met founding en strategische en daaronder naar sector, mobiliteit en logistiek, health etc
Learning from experiments and handling in a pragmatic and practical way to solve problems and challenges a neighbourhood is being rediscovered as a place where active inhabitants and entrepreneurs find each other around common interests The problem is that there is often attempted too few really "good" to make experiments; seriously pursue these initiatives with stakeholders, to get image results over the long term. And figure out together how such innovations can also get a chance elsewhere. You'll run into a host of political, administrative and financial obstacles, but they must be part of an open debate.
Knowledge institutions as the University of Amsterdam can play an important role by adopting these situations and learn how to organize it. To innovation in the city, precisely around tough issues, make a push. The municipality should support these experiments and to be vigilant where this kind of initiative is more difficult from the ground.
The city deserves better uses innovative energy and shared.
What?Exchange of information between police, fire department, ambulance, local government and other related organisations. To warn for potential complications in emergency situations, including privacy sensitive information
How?By exchanging relevant information (personal and non-personal) between emergency services during emergency incidents. In such a way that rescuers have all relevant information available at a glance.Information that is not yet shared (because of practical, technical, organisational or privacy-related issues) will be shared using our unique color-coded system, which is non-privacy-invasive and provides instant operation instructions for rescuers. ImpactImprove the safety of those involved during an emergency incident. Prevent that information that must be shared, but isn't, causes unnecessary damage or injury.
What?In the “Better Cities” program, Google, TNO and the City of Amsterdam join forces on potential applications in traffic management. Traffic statistics can add significant value to a better and more efficient traffic flow in the city. How?TNO studied feasibility and added value of using Google traffic statistics for traffic management. These traffic statistics were compared with the measurements of the extensive network of traffic sensors in the Dutch roads, for example in the Amsterdam A10 ring way. ImpactTNO calculated the savings of a partial replacement of data from sensors in the road for Google traffic statistics.If 20% of the current road sensors are replaced by Google statistics, the quality and coverage remains at the same quality level.Potential total saves accumulate to 161 million euro, if applied to the complete Dutch network of high ways (6.500 km)
What?TomTom and the City of Amsterdam will collaborate on the development of traffic and travel concepts to improve traffic flow and parking in the Dutch capital. How?Using the insights from TomTom’s Traffic data, the city government will now be able to make better decisions about accessibility and mobility throughout the city. As a result of the agreement, traffic measures, such as road closures in the city centre, will be monitored in more detail, leading to rapid intervention if changes occur in the traffic situation. Impact Improved traffic flow in the city More efficient parking, decreasing unnecessary ‘search kilometers’
Amsterdam Smart City
ようこそ Welkom Willkommen Bienvenida
Stakeholder Summit on Future
Cities Created by IoT & ICT
EU – Japan CPaaS.io Project
Policy advisor on urban innovation
Amsterdam Smart City
City of Amsterdam
Tokyo, December 2017
Why do we do it?
Amsterdam Smart City believes
in a liveable city
where people can
live, work and play
Smart City is about the
happiness of your citizens
The concept of Smart Cities is like art:
“context is more important than the
Ger Baron is Amsterdam Smart City. Currently the Chief Technology Officer
at the City of Amsterdam
Ask your citizens:
• What they expect from you as a city government?
• How they see their city, metropolitan area, in 25 -
50 years time?
• From company to community
• From consultative selling to co-creation
• From “point solution” to ecosystem
• From closed to open
• From sending messages to deep understanding
Smart City: Efficient infrastructure and resource use
Just(ice) City: Improved equality and government
Health City: Quality of life
Creative City: Increased levels of technological
innovations and urban dynamics
Ubiquity & the illuminated city
TU Delft, 2015
Open Data Data innovation
- Internal data
- Shared data
- Open data
Why open data?
- Transparent City
- Efficient City
- Innovative City
Open Data in Amsterdam
A city in motion:
Amsterdam trends: a city in motion
What ingredients are needed?
• political leadership
• holistic / cross silo approach
• facilitator – match maker
• citizens engagement
• end user centric approach
• digital social innovation &
• open data – source - platform
Amsterdam Smart City:
• arms length of government
• cross silo
• end user centric approach
• facilitator – match maker
• 7 FTE only
• Steering Committee
• Chief Technology Officer city of Amsterdam
• Amsterdam Economic Board
• Directors of Program Partners
• Political involvement
• Political involvement deputy mayor and aldermen:
- Economic Affairs, Physical Planning
- Infrastructure & Transportation, Sustainability
• Joint project teams / ‘moonshots’
• In kind project capacity of the partner organizations
• Moonshot driven
• Active community on Amsterdamsmartcity.com
• City of Amsterdam
• EUR 100K
• EUR 450K in kind
• Strategic / Program partners
• Between EUR 30K – 100K per annum
• 0,5 – 1,0 FTE
• All involved partners in the project invest…
How do we do it?
connect accelerate strengthen
Changing role for ASC over time
• Project manager
• City in the lead
• Focus on milestones
• Community manager
• Partners in the lead
• Focus on small successes
• Platform manager
• Citizen in the lead
• Focus on scale
2000+ community members
10,000+ unique visitors p/m
18,000+ social reach
150+ smart city projects
30+ smart products
Community Amsterdam Smart City
Members Projects per theme
VIDEO: Startup In Residence program
• Smart, efficient and liveable city
• Different way of working
Looking outside the municipality for solutions
Buying innovative products/services
Innovative procurement methods
• Stimulating the startup ecosystem
Public-Private Collaboration/ Co-creation
What we offer Startups?
• 6 months intensive training programme
• On topic guidance by the City
• Experienced entrepreneurs as mentors
• Access to Startup Events
• Possibility to Pilot/test in the city
• Network of the City and all partners
• Possible Launching Customer
Examples Startup In Residence
• Global Guide Systems use antennas to see how busy the canals are
to provide a safe passage for the smaller boats without increasing
• MijnBuur: increases self-reliance and participation of citizens by
connecting neighbours and giving them the opportunity to connect with the
police or city council if an issue cannot be solved without them.
• VanPlestik: a 3D printer that prints usable objects (trashcans, benches)
for in the public space with recycled plastics from the city.
Video: Triggi using public IoT data
• Stop talking the talk and start walking the walk
• Identifying the needs and wishes of the residents
and users of neighborhoods.
• Practical look and approach on what does work
in particular situations and act accordingly
• Locally and temporarily regulatory exemption
• Align interest of partners
• Think globally, act locally
The whole city as Living Lab
City Alerts – Incident Message Exchange
Exchange of information
between police, fire
department, ambulance, local
government and other related
organisations. To warn for
potential complications in
including privacy sensitive
By exchanging relevant
information (personal and non-
personal) between emergency
services during emergency
incidents. In such a way that
rescuers have all relevant
information available at a
• Exchanging data the smart
way may save peoples lives
Partnerships with Google & TomTom
Collaborate on sharing data and shared goals
Cooperating with TomTom
Improve traffic flow and parking in
the Dutch capital.
Using the insights from
TomTom’s Traffic data combined
with the city government’s data.
– Improved traffic flow in the city
– More efficient parking, decreasing
unnecessary ‘search kilometres'• “Good news for the accessibility,
traffic flow and air quality in the city”
- Deputy Mayor Pieter Litjens
Roof former Marine hospital, Marineterrein Amsterdam
Living Lab SMART-roof 2.0
• Recycling and reuse of rainwater - unloading
sewage system, catchment of storm water
• Cooling - Reduction heat island effect - Comfort
and quality of life Urban nature - biodiversity -
• Story telling – demo project- living lab
• Less airco costs less energy costs – better
efficiency solar panels)
• Increase Real Estate Value
• Longer life span roofing
Value SMART-roof 2.0
Video: How does it work?