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Smart Cities Based on ” Smart Cities of the Future”. By Michael Batty (UCL, London), Kay Axhausen (ETH, Zurich ), Giannotti Fosca (Universit di Pisa ), Alexei Pozdnoukhov (National University of Ireland ), Armando Bazzani (Universita di Bologna ),

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smart cities based on smart cities of the future

Smart CitiesBased on ”Smart Cities of the Future”


MichaelBatty (UCL, London),

Kay Axhausen (ETH, Zurich),

Giannotti Fosca (Universit di Pisa),

Alexei Pozdnoukhov (National University of Ireland),

Armando Bazzani (Universita di Bologna),

Monica Wachowicz (University of New Brunswick),

Georgios Ouzounis (JRC),and YuvalPortugali (Tel-Aviv University)

UCL Working Paper Series, Paper 188, October 5, 2012, ISSN 1467-1298

one definition
One definition…

“A city in which ICT is merged with traditional infrastructures,

coordinated and integrated using new digital technologies”

”Smart Cities of the Future”, p. 1

but it is not a ict workshop
But it is not a ICT workshop

…so becreative and thinksmart in more ways

research challenges is to
Research challenges is to…
  • … relate the infrastructure of smart cities to their operational functioning and planning through management, control and optimization;
  • … explore the notion of the city as a laboratory for innovation;
  • … provide portfolios of urban simulation which inform future designs;
  • … develop technologies that ensure equity, fairness and realize a better quality of city life;
research challenges is to1
Research challenges is to…
  • … develop technologies that ensure informed participation and create shared knowledge for democratic city governance;
  • … ensure greater and more effective mobility and access to opportunities for urban populations.

Couldtherebe a market for private education in innovation?

Is there a risingneed for flexicurity services and job-ressource relation overview?

Is the tools for teaching innovation innovative enough?


Whyare the tools and initiatives for integration failing – cantheybe re-thought?

Couldtherebe a market for private education in creativity?

Is there a risingneedcustomizedtraining in life long learning?


Is there a risingneed for privacy of data?

Whyarewe still voting on paper – is the link betweencitizen and decision making short enough?

Couldtherebe a market for preventing/helping in case of identitytheft?


Whydoes it take 4 years to decide on a tram system and only 3 to built it?

Couldtherebe a solution for individual but public transportation?

”Rejsekort” – whyareweslow in implementing last centurytechnologyinstead of using 21st century solutions?


Whatare the incetives to minimiseyourecologicalfootprint – and how do youknow?

Is there a profitable way to ”go local” to minimize transport of goods?

Couldtherebe a marketprotectinglocalenvironment?


Is the ”individualsafetymarket” only for property and personalsafety?

Whenconsumingcultureincreases online – what’s the opportunities in the city - IRL?

Health, fitness and selfmonitoringapps and wearablesarehuge – whatsnext?


Must be commercial business model to be implemented in existing or new company

Must not just be an app (no app-freemium business models)

Target group cannot be international students or only students


Present a business concept structured byPain, Cure, Profit - just 5 minutes.