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Future Cities – World Cities Congress Istanbul

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With rapid population growth and urbanization, cities must innovate to deal with 21st century challenges

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Future Cities – World Cities Congress Istanbul

  1. 1. Future Cities Dr. Yilmaz Alan, EY World Cities Congress Istanbul, 18. April 2018
  2. 2. Page 2 With rapid population growth and urbanization, cities must innovate to deal with 21st century challenges World Cities 2018 Cities will soon account for 90% of the world’s population growth and 75% of its energy consumption. Within 10 years, there will be close to 500 cities with more than 1 million people. Smart Infrastructure ► Cooperative Traffic Management System (TMS) ► Smart Waste ► Smart Water ► Smart Lighting Smart Buildings ► Building Automation ► Lightning Equipment ► Monitoring & Energy Production ► E-Health/Demographics Smart Government ► E - Government ► Crisis Management ► E - Learning Smart Energy ► Smart Grids ► Smart Meters ► Intelligent Energy Storage Smart Mobility ► Integrated Mobility Solutions ► Intelligent Transport System (ITS) ► Smart Parking ► Network of Sensors ► Connectivity (5G, WLAN, Broadband) Enabler Smart Technology ► Mobile Devices & Applications ► Mobile Payment / Billing / Ticketing ► Cyber Security
  3. 3. Page 3 2. Aging infrastructure1. Urbanization growth Cities around the world face four major socioeconomic challenges World Cities 2018 3. Quality of life 4. Safety and security $29 trillion Required global cumulative infra investments 2015–2020 +1.1 billionpeople over the age of +60 by 2050, resulting in increasing health costs, financial burden, loneliness and boredom $400 billion Estimated global cost of cyber attacks annually (2015)
  4. 4. Page 4 These challenges can critically impact all aspects of a city’s operations World Cities 2018 Impact on city operations Poor performance of students in STEM subjects Education Finding a “fit for purpose” 21st century model for education Cost-effective methods for providing education Reskilling the technologically displaced and unemployed Increasing population density in urban areas and risk of pandemic Healthcare Healthcare costs as a % of GDP are too high Rise of aging population in developed countries Poor lifestyle and health habits leading to preventable health issues Navigating through complex regulatory environment Citizen services Changing requirements of citizens Difficulty in personalizing public services for the individual citizen Capacity management for public services Limited availability of parking in public areas Public spaces Insufficient data and information for adequate urban planning Poor energy management in buildings Sub-optimal people flow Ecologically unsound methods for waste management Energy, waste, water Increased competition for finite resources Inefficiencies in distribution systems Long recovery times from natural and man- made disasters Infringement of privacy and other legal issues Safety and security Crime, social unrest, violence, terrorism Cyber-hacking of critical infrastructure Cyber-hacking of individual citizensTraffic-related accidents and fatalities Mobility Lost productivity due to traffic congestion Increased pollution in urban areas Aging transportation infrastructure assets Jobs and economic development Sub-optimal Foreign Direct Investment attractiveness Limited startup ecosystem and emphasis on innovation Job creation is sub-optimal and limited ability to identitfy new opportunities Limited access to funding streams for Smart projects
  5. 5. Page 5 Key features of smarter & connected cities World Cities 2018 Data Driven Interconnected Intelligent Collaborative 1| 2| 3| 4| Streamlined5|  Ability to capture, integrate, enrich, store, and share data that dramatically improves the decision-making abilities of the city.  Smart cities leverage Internet of Things (IOT) to enhance data collected from traditional systems  Improvement of a city’s ability to “sense and respond.”  Smart cities leverage analytics and cognitive tools to transform the data (above) into information for better decision-making.  City employees and citizens are joined together to operate more collaboratively  Transparency is a key principle. Data is open and distributed outward.  Systems-of-engagement are reworked to reduce the barriers between the “governing” and the “governed”  Complexity is greatly reduced. Citizens are engaged through multiple platforms.
  6. 6. Page 6 EY’s smart city of the future is supported by a four layer framework World Cities 2018 Basic infrastructure Connected objects Delivery platform Applications & services 4 3 2 1 InfomobilityTourism Smart homeDigital services Mobile apps Data elaboration & analytics Open Data Payments Electronic IDsCity App Stores IoT networks Air quality Connected cars CamerasSensors Broadband & Wi-Fi Energy networks BuildingsLightingTransport networks
  7. 7. Page 7 Selected EY tools for smart cities World Cities 2018 Future Cities assessment and benchmarking tool Urban management and planning tool
  8. 8. Page 8 Or key strategic alliances World Cities 2018 EY is a Global Platform Partner to the Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities (100RC) initiative, working with member cities on: ► Smart infrastructure ► Asset information and digital ► Job creation and inclusive growth ► Emergency management EY is a Global Lead Partner of the Smart Cities Council (SCC). EY will support the Council and its members in creating better, safer and more resilient cities by using an integrated approach.
  9. 9. Page 9 EY has led a number of significant Smart City projects World Cities 2018 UK ► Smart eGovernance program ► Multi-modal transport with one 'smart' system across Greater Manchester ► Established capabilities to provide smart electricity and gas meter Canada and UK Alliance ► Establishing smart communities UAE ► Smart City Strategy ► Smart City Strategy for Masdar (loan staff) ► Digital Railways to unlock infrastructure network capacity ► Emirates Identity Authority – smart citizen relationship management and eServices Transformation program ► Roads & Transport Authority- smart citizen service delivery Hong Kong ► Smart city advisory for Hong Kong Cyberport Toronto, Canada ► Smart city advisory for Toronto waterfront Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ► Smart city advisory for Jeddah Estonia ► Smart Transport Scorecard South Africa Tshwane – smart metering Poland ► Smart City Centre of Lodz Italy ► Smart City Index ► Smart City initiatives for Milan ► Integrated strategic plan for mid size cities and smart city financing ► Smart transport - Milan India ► Nagpur smart city – Smart city ICT vision and deployment of smart city ICT solution ► Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) - smart ICT solution for citizen service delivery ► Lucknow – Smart city surveillance, smart transport ► Noida - multiple smart urban infrastructure projects, including smart security and surveillance system ► Nellore Andhra Pradesh – Smart energy management ► Delhi Jal Board– Smart metering for revenue improvement ► Delhi Development Authority – Smart planning, management and citizen service delivery ► Jamshedpur – Smart ICT led public service for JUSCO ► Karnataka – Smart card based Intelligent Transport management Systems and Smart metering across the state USA ► Smart City advisory for Detroit ► Smart City advisory for City of Flint ► Strategic advisory for Greenhouse Gas emissions reduction Brasil ► Advisory for Brazil FIFA 2014 ► Advisory for 2016 Olympics Vietnam ► Master plan for renewable energy development ► Assistance for Low Carbon options assessment
  10. 10. Page 10 Thank You Dr. Yilmaz Alan Partner, Advisory Services Telefon +49 89 14331 15751 Mobil +49 160 939 15751 Email Yilmaz.Alan@de.ey.com Ernst & Young GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft Arnulfstraße 59 80636 Münchenwww.de.ey.com

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