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Citizens, Cities and Ambient Intelligence Becoming a more efficient ‘Electric’ Society 5 June 2013. Tomm V. Aldridge Director, Energy and Sustainability Laboratory Intel Labs Europe. On Becoming an Electric Society. Ubiquitous data economy Combustion Free Zones Zero Energy Buildings

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citizens cities and ambient intelligence becoming a more efficient electric society 5 june 2013

Citizens, Cities and Ambient IntelligenceBecoming a more efficient ‘Electric’ Society5 June 2013

Tomm V. Aldridge

Director, Energy and Sustainability Laboratory

Intel Labs Europe

on becoming an electric society
On Becoming an Electric Society
  • Ubiquitous data economy
  • Combustion Free Zones
  • Zero Energy Buildings
  • Local and Near Local Renewable Energy
  • Active management of all services
  • Migration to Cities
  • Availability of services
  • Density of trade opportunities
  • Clean Air Mandates
  • Scarcity of Water

Some ‘electric’ outcomes

energy sustainability research
Energy & Sustainability Research
  • Taking a fresh look at consumers of energy and how we may use technology to inform consumers and improve their sustainability footprint and their economic well being.
  • Investigating homes, buildings, communities and cities
  • Focus on creating a platform for innovation around a well sensed and actuated life that provides benefits, opportunity and personal data security
slide4

Enabling Connected Communities

How can technologies across the compute continuumgive us an opportunity to reinvent new ideas of place and identity yet protect privacy in a city of a billion sensors?

Enabling Connected Communities

Harnessing the Invisible City

How can technology help recognize, leverage, and support the out-of-sight, hidden or forgotten resources of urban environments?

Sustaining Sustainable Behaviours

How can novel human-environment interfaces encourage sustainable behaviours in the long term after the subsidies run out?

Integrated City Services

Privacy, Trust & Security

Harnessing

the

Invisible

City

Sustaining

Sustainable

Behaviours

Policy + Business Models

City as Platform

How we can sustain and maintain the scaled adaptive systems necessary for the urban environments of the future?

Health &

Wellbeing

Citizens& Community

Water &

Waste

Energy Systems

Built

Evironment

Transport

Pollution

City as a Platform

ambient intelligence platform
Ambient intelligence platform

Fundamental Building Blocks

SolutionDomains

Utility, industry &

Citizen services models

Data Management & Analytics

M2M / Distributed

Ambient Sensors

In-built (sensor-hub + POEM)

Stand-alone (WEST, Providencia)

Ubiquitous Communication

Security, Privacy & Trust

APIs

Intel SoC & Hardware Platform

AIR QUALITY

WATER

ENERGY

TRANSPORT

Weather /

Climate

A new platform to support the IOT from the edge devices to the service cloud and back. Intel Si and IP inside from top to bottom

Intel Confidential

URBAN

Sustainability

slide6

Ambient Intelligent Platform: Personal Office Energy Manager

Energy Personalization & Comparisons for Office Workers

+

Tips, Tricks and Notifications (Pushed)

Intel SensorHub Architecture Sensor Stick

Personal Comfort (I feel hot)

+

Ambient

Light

Temp &

Humidity

Compatibility with BMS

Wilted Flower

(daily energy > target)

Good flower

(daily energy

less than target)

USB

=

Unequaled cooperative energy management between occupants and building managers!

My Ambient Report (outdoor & Indoor)

2 ½ min. demo 

http://esldata.com/public/poem.mp4

securing our data machines and ourselves
Securing Our Data, Machines and Ourselves
  • There is a proliferation of devices/sensors in our lives – 15B connected to the Internet by 2015
  • Many of these devices/sensors are going into un-managed or self-managed parts of the Internet
  • The tidal wave of data coming off of devices/sensors is staggering
  • Much of that data, although seemingly domain-specific, e.g., about Energy, can be easily mined for confidential information about the details of our lives and behaviors
cyber physical blur
Cyber Physical Blur
  • “Data; Its not just for billing anymore”
    • City Sensing: Water, Emergency Services, Sewer, Energy, Traffic, Public Safety, Pollution…
    • Malicious, improper or just plain uninformed use of data can be fatal…
    • Asimov’s 0th Law of Robotics “A robot may not harm humanity, or, by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.”
in conclusion
In Conclusion…
  • people make better decisions and will develop better futures when enabled with information about their lives & given the means to act
  • more, larger cities are the trend; energy efficiency, sustainable living and safety must be addressed now
  • research must address the city as a platform supporting the good of the citizens and their communities
  • it is imperative that Sustainable City technologies also preserve privacy and are secure against disasters and attack
  • “A CPS may not harm a human, or, by inaction, allow a human to come to harm.” How do we validate and enforce?
contact
Contact

Tomm V. Aldridge

Director, Energy and Sustainability Labs

Intel Labs Europe

+1 360 528 9717

tomm.v.aldridge@intel.com