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Promoting smartness among local areas: the SMART Basilicata project National announcement “Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation” of the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) n.84/ Ric 2012, National Operational Plan (PON) 2007 – 2013 of 2 March 2012.

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Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Promoting smartness among local areas:

the SMART Basilicata project

National announcement “Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation”

of the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) n.84/Ric 2012, National Operational Plan (PON) 2007 – 2013 of 2 March 2012

Monica Salvia (CNR-IMAA)

[email protected]


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Europeancitiesinitiatives

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Scientificframework

The evolution of Earth Observation (EO) systems will make available new scenarios for the development of innovative methodologies aimed to the study of environmental phenomena.

The main challenge is to develop new methodologies for the analysis and integration of data coming from multiplatform sensors with a different spatial, temporal and spectral resolution (Sensor Synergy) in order to analyze complex environmental processes in compliance with the guidelines of international programmes such as GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems) and GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security).

EO

ICT

Integrating multiresolution observing systems with innovative technological platforms and ICT architectures in compliance with the contents of the Digital Earth and Citizen Science programs will pave the way for new applicative scenarios for the study of a wider range of environmental phenomena and the release to public authorities of innovative services and products.

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Smart Cities in Italy and the Basilicata case study

Up till now in Italy independent initiatives have been carried out by local governments without a common national strategy.

A recent study on the Smart Cities in Italy (ABB, 2012) pointed out that: “high fragmentation and dispersion of initiatives, tendency to organize initiatives in isolation and extremely disparate nature of solutions under the generic heading of “smart””.

Basilicata is a small region of the Southern Italy representing only 3.3% of the Italian surface and with a population density of about 60.8 inhabitants per square kilometres, definitely under the Italian national average (about 200 inh./sq.km).

Basilicata is divided into 2 provinces, Potenza and Matera, and includes 131 municipalities of which 100 falling under the Potenza Province’s administration.

The regional territory is interested by two National Parks as well as the most large oil reservoir of continental Europe.

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Peculiaritiesof SMART Basilicata

  • Based on a careful analysis of the local economic, social and technological framework it intends to contribute to the main European initiatives on energy and climate issues at local/urban level.

  • SMART Basilicata proposes a systemic approach to the Basilicata region as an “urban sprawl" in order to move towards a “smart community" through the identification and development of innovative technology solutions for sustainable energy and environmental management, mobility, social participation and the use of smart services by Public Administrations and citizens.

  • The aim is to provide a boost and a comprehensive framework to the transition towards a smart configuration of the local territorial system, by:

  • developing experimental methods based on the integration of advanced technologies of Earth Observation and ICT.

  • carrying out studies on the territory for Public Administrations, considering technical and economic feasibility of such projects

  • implementing small-scale demonstrators, replicable in other contexts

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

The partnership

In “SMART Basilicata” multi-layer public authorities, private enterprises, research organizations and universities has been working together to draft the basis for a regional strategy for smart-related issues.

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Partnership involvement in smart-relatedprojects

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Struttura generale del progetto

This 30-month project (starting in early 2013) is structured around five main operating objectives which are smartly integrated in a systematic approach towards a more sustainable configuration of the regional “widespread town”

  • Smart Environment represents the central core of this approach and is strictly interrelated with the other spheres of action.

  • These operating objectives are split into several activities involving:

  • industrial research (IR), and

  • experimental development (ED)

  • which will be carried out in strict synergy among the partners, taking out the most from the public and private competences available on the regional territory.

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

All the research activities converge into four “demonstrators” located in different areas of Basilicata which aims to constitute reference models for territorial development fostering the participation of multiple stakeholders from the public sector, civil society, and the private sector.

Project’s structure

WP5 SMART PARTICIPATION

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Overviewofdemonstrators

Agry Valley / Basilicata

Agry Valley

Matera

Potenza


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Localizationof the demonstrators

Different dimensions, cultural identities, vocation and peculiarities characterizes the local areas involved in this study

Vulture

Matera

Potenza

Val d’Agri

Metapontino

Maratea

Pollino

The replicability of the proposed solutions makes SMART Basilicata a “smart” attempt to draw a common innovation strategy on the medium/long term with a regional perspective.

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Overview of project’s activities

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Project management

Dr Monica Salvia, SIEE 2012 – China-Italy Innovation Forum


Promoting smartness among local areas the smart basilicata project

Promoting smartness among local areas: the SMART Basilicata project

Thankyouforyourkindattention

Monica Salvia (CNR-IMAA)

[email protected]


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