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Smart cities from an ict perspective

Smart cities from an ict perspective. Ingvar Hektor Region sub-Saharan Africa. Trends INFLUENCING CITIES. EVERYTHING CONNECTED. URBANIZATION. SUSTAINABILITY. On the Brink of the networked society. THINGS. 50 B. PEOPLE. 5.0 B. ~0.5 B. PLACES. Billion. 50. 5. 1.

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Smart cities from an ict perspective

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  1. Smart cities from an ict perspective Ingvar Hektor Region sub-Saharan Africa


  3. On the Brink of the networked society THINGS 50 B PEOPLE 5.0 B ~0.5 B PLACES Billion 50 5 1 1875 1900 1925 1950 1975 2000 2025

  4. Connectivity drives a New kind of creativity OLD NEW By and for the few The genius The masterpiece The pen & pencil The given moment The studio & the lab The monologue By and for all The community The mosaic of small ideas The computer & mobile & pen & pencil The continuous torrent Anywhere The dialogue

  5. Smart Energy Smart Buildings Smart Mobility Innovations move From ”green” to ”smart” Smart is not only about adding technology, but about utilizing technology to achieve a sustainable future

  6. Networked SocietyAN African Perspective Source: http://manypossibilities.net/african-undersea-cables

  7. Connectivity to drive the Innovation Smart Cities to meet your Challenges Cities transformed In the Networked Society

  8. Technologies for The smart cities + + Mobility Service aware Cloud Broadband Network

  9. Curitiba’s smart transport solution has been recognized at UNFCCC 2011 as one of 10 inspiring examples. UNFCCC: United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Curitiba,smarter public transport • Buses in Curitiba, Brazil connected via 3G mobile broadband networks • Vivo/Telefonica, Dataprom and Ericsson • Electronic ticketing • Real time information • Fleet management systems • By knowing routes, stops, speed, distance traveled, time of departure and arrival public transport is optimized and fuel cost reduced

  10. 2010 Oil depot Container terminal Ports Gas plant 2030 10,000 new residential dwellings 30,000 new work places 600,000 m2 commercial space Modern port and cruise terminal Walking distance to city centre Stockholm,Sustainable City development STOCKHOLM ROYAL SEAPORT – from an industrial area to a modern sustainable city district and port

  11. johannesburga smart digital city • Ericsson and the City of Johannesburg build next-generation fibre optic network • Better public administration and social services • Social and economic development • Consumers and businesses in the City of Johannesburg will enjoy the benefits of broadband along with tailored applications • Digital Communities • e-Government • e-Learning, etc • Upon completion in 2013, the network will cover all 8 regions in the city • Ericsson is supplier and Prime Integrator http://www.bwired.co.za/

  12. In the networked society people, knowledge, devices, and information are networked for the growth of society, life and business. Vision Thank You

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