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Amsterdam Smart City

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Presentation at the CPaaS.io City Workshop at TRONSHOW 2017

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Amsterdam Smart City

  1. 1. ようこそ Welkom Willkommen Bienvenida
  2. 2. Stakeholder Summit on Future Cities Created by IoT & ICT EU – Japan CPaaS.io Project Joshua Serrão Policy advisor on urban innovation Amsterdam Smart City City of Amsterdam Tokyo, December 2017
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  4. 4. Why do we do it? Amsterdam Smart City believes in a liveable city where people can live, work and play pleasantly Smart City is about the happiness of your citizens The concept of Smart Cities is like art: “context is more important than the product” Ger Baron is Amsterdam Smart City. Currently the Chief Technology Officer at the City of Amsterdam
  5. 5. Our vision Ask your citizens: • What they expect from you as a city government? • How they see their city, metropolitan area, in 25 - 50 years time?
  6. 6. • 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 Expectations
  7. 7. Our Vision Smart City: Efficient infrastructure and resource use Just(ice) City: Improved equality and government transparency Health City: Quality of life Creative City: Increased levels of technological innovations and urban dynamics Source: Van Timmeren Ubiquity & the illuminated city TU Delft, 2015
  8. 8. Amsterdam trends: a city in motion
  9. 9. Open Data  Data innovation - Internal data - Shared data - Open data Why open data? - Transparent City - Efficient City - Innovative City Open Data in Amsterdam
  10. 10. Amsterdam trends A city in motion: From to closed open planning design assessment information physical digital linear circular ownership availability centralised distributed municipality community
  11. 11. Amsterdam trends: a city in motion from top down to bottom up approach
  12. 12. What ingredients are needed? • political leadership • holistic / cross silo approach • facilitator – match maker • citizens engagement • end user centric approach • digital social innovation & inclusion • open data – source - platform
  13. 13. Strategic Partners
  14. 14. Amsterdam Smart City: • arms length of government • open • platform • source • data • cross silo • end user centric approach • facilitator – match maker • 7 FTE only Governance Structure
  15. 15. • 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 1 Governance Structure
  16. 16. Finance Structure • City of Amsterdam • EUR 100K • EUR 450K in kind • Strategic / Program partners • Between EUR 30K – 100K per annum • 0,5 – 1,0 FTE • Projects • All involved partners in the project invest… - Money - Hours - Knowledge - Hardware/software - Data
  17. 17. How do we do it? connect accelerate strengthen
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. 2000+ community members 10,000+ unique visitors p/m 400+ cities 18,000+ social reach 150+ smart city projects 30+ smart products 30+ tours 265+ organisations
  20. 20. Community Amsterdam Smart City Members Projects per theme
  21. 21. Involvement in projects 2
  22. 22. Partners must have an active role! 2 2 Project Partners Network Partners Program Partners
  23. 23. Video: Together towards a Smart City
  24. 24. VIDEO: Startup In Residence program https://youtu.be/9NNKAajYCAE
  25. 25. Why? • 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
  26. 26. 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
  27. 27. 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 enforcement. • 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.
  28. 28. Video: Triggi using public IoT data https://youtu.be/oWIKOkycF6M
  29. 29. • 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
  30. 30. City Alerts Incident Message Exchange
  31. 31. More info: City Alerts – Incident Message Exchange - 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. • Exchanging data the smart way may save peoples lives
  32. 32. Partnerships with Google & TomTom Collaborate on sharing data and shared goals
  33. 33. More info: Cooperating with TomTom What? Improve traffic flow and parking in the Dutch capital. How? Using the insights from TomTom’s Traffic data combined with the city government’s data. Impact – 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
  34. 34. Rainproof Amsterdam
  35. 35. Roof former Marine hospital, Marineterrein Amsterdam Living Lab SMART-roof 2.0
  36. 36. Social • 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 - food production Inspiration • Story telling – demo project- living lab Building • Less airco costs less energy costs – better efficiency solar panels) • Increase Real Estate Value • Longer life span roofing Value SMART-roof 2.0
  37. 37. Video: How does it work? https://youtu.be/ySG9kjWfwk8