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Le smart technologies per le città del futuro

The smart city ecosystem challange implies that a city can be defined as ‘smart’ when investments in human and social capital, traditional (transport) and modern (ICT) communication infrastructure fuel sustainable economic development and a high quality of life, with a wise management of natural resources, through participatory action and engagement
  1. The smart city ecosystem challange implies that a city can be defined as ‘smart’ when investments in human and social capital, traditional (transport) and modern (ICT) communication infrastructure fuel sustainable economic development and a high quality of life, with a wise management of natural resources, through participatory action and engagement (Caragliu et al. 2009) ECONOMY ENERGY MOBILITY LIVING PEOPLE GOVERNANCE ENVIRONMENT
  2. Digitizing the physical world through collecting sensor data and translating it into actionable insights One of the biggest mega-trends for the next 5-10 years (1) Will impact every Smart City sector • Energy • Transport • Health care • Safety & security • Utilities (oli & gas, water) • Industry enabling technologies: internet of things (1) The Internet of Things: the Next Mega Trend, Goldman Sachs, 2014
  3. Enabling technologies: addressing the «smart wheel» We deliver technologies, applications and knowledge for the enabling ICT infrastructure and the data analytics and application layers of the SMART CITY Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) • Internet of Things • Future Internet (of Services) • New Generation TLC Networks and services From separated verticals/silos to an integrated approach
  4. Enabling technoogies: a layered view ENERGY EFFICIENCY SMART LIGHTING SMART MOBILITY INFRASTRUCTURE SAFETY SENSING & DETECTING TECHNOLOGIES • Proximity/long-range detection, TVCCs • UWB, BLE, RFID, NFC, magnetic, biometry, etc. • Positioning: GNSS-based + MEMS sensors (high accuracy) COMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE • wireless, wired, hybrid • Ethernet, 3G, 4G/LTE • Ad-hoc mesh networks: WSN, M2M IoT (MQTT, etc.) SERVICEINFRASTRUCTURE • Operation centre, cloud-based, end-to-end service provisioning • Multi-tenant, multi-site, multi-application • Application logic: event-driven processing, geo-located services, video processing, big data processing, analytics, etc. dataservices Information, knowledge application verticals enablers, platforms protocols, connectivity physical devices (things)
  5. Real-time data collection & consumptions’ metering • Data collection (wired, wireless, IP), storage, analytics • Data display, consumptions’ monitoring KPIs computation • Consumption intensity over areas, time periods, occupants, etc. • Custom/self defined Benchmarking • Comparison with standard benchmarks • Self defined benchmarks (reference periods, reference building type, etc.) Multi asset / multi temporal analysis and decision support • Multiple assets performance comparison over different periods • Control rules operation vertical applications: energy efficiency energy efficiency performance analysis for buildings /districts data,information,knowledge,action
  6. Vertical applications: energy efficiency Algo, the Smart Thermostat • HVAC & light control • Envoronmental monitoring • Easy expandability (building, clusterof buildings) • Low installation and • &M costs > 20% thermal energy saving
  7. Vertical applications: energy efficiency • IoT-enabled • Wireless device networks (zwave) • M2M capabilities • Cloud-based control logic and services • Web and mobile App user interface • Easy expandability (buldiing, clusterof build.) • Low installation and • &M costs
  8. Service Platform • Cloud-based integration of local systems’ info and services • Location-Based Service (LBS) delivery • Multiple standards compliance (ITS, W3C) • Multiple distribution channels (web, App, social media) Multiple mobility domains coverage • Traffic, public transport, parking, vehicle-sharing (bikes, cars, …) Multiple service types • Mobility information • Trip planning • Booking • Payment • Users feedbacks, notifications vertical applications: smart mobility integrated multi-modal mobility information & services
  9. Real-time parking availability information • Occupancy sensors (street, closed areas, parkhouses) • Cloud-based information collection and services • Sustainable parking services Location Based Services (LBS) for road users • Nearest free parking • Routing and navigation • Payment • Users’ feedbacks and notification Operation centre • Service monitoring • Historic data, analytics • Full integration, Park+Ride vertical applications: smart parking dynamic parking information and services parking parking
  10. Fully dynamic, personalised trip arrangement • No pre-defined routes and schedule • Dynamically determined by user demand Multiple service models • Low-demand, low-density areas (peri-urban, rural, week-end, night, etc.) • Corridor services, area services, door-to-door, feeder to trunk haul, etc. • General public, special categories (e.g. D&E, tourists, students, etc.) Clean fleet services • Zero-/low-emission vehicles (fully electric, CNG, hybrid) Technology-enabled • Travel Dispatch Centre • Optimising models • Fleet operation • End-user access services vertical applications: smart transport flexible (demand responsive) transport
  11. City Distribution Terminal operations • Load conslidation, mission planning • Optimisation: delivery plans, routes • Delivery operation: vehicle dispatching, vehicle location, fleet monitoring, track and trace B2B / B2C services • B2B: cooperative logistics, last mile services in restricted areas (e.g. LTZ, eco-zones, historic centres, etc.) • B2C: home deliveries, Ho.Re.Ca, Pick-Up stations, etc. • Reverse logistics, 3rd-party logistics (e.g. temporary wharehousing, etc.) Clean delivery fleets • Fully electric Energy management • Consumption monitoring • Optimised recharge plans • Energy-aware mission operation vertical applications: smart logistics city distribution and ‘last mile’ logistics services