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CITY & UTILITY PLANNING Metropolitan Broadband Wireless. ENGINEERING. ARCHITECTURE. TECHNOLOGY. CONSTRUCTION. ENVIRONMENTAL. Presented to:. Cory Cipra ccipra@burnsmcd.com April 19, 2005. $$$$$$. $$$. $$$. $$$. $$$. $$$. $$$. $$$. City & Utility Planning. COMMON NEEDS.

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city utility planning metropolitan broadband wireless
CITY & UTILITY PLANNINGMetropolitan Broadband Wireless

ENGINEERING

ARCHITECTURE

TECHNOLOGY

CONSTRUCTION

ENVIRONMENTAL

Presented to:

Cory Cipra

ccipra@burnsmcd.com

April 19, 2005

city utility planning

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City & Utility Planning

COMMON NEEDS

ELECTRIC UTILITY

PLANNING

CONSOLIDATION

COOPERATION

WATER UTILITY

PUBLIC WORKS

OVERLAP IN:

TIME

MONEY

RESOURCES

PUBLIC SAFETY

PARKING

TRANSIT

SECURITY

agenda
Agenda
  • Wireless Landscape
  • Utility & City Dynamics
  • Real World Example
  • Consolidation Focal Points
  • Starting Process
up to now
Up to Now
  • Voice rules
  • Legacy but reliable deployments
  • No data (or minimal)
  • Market dominance
    • Motorola
    • M/A-COM
  • Has suited needs well and will continue to in some form
the big issue
The Big Issue
  • AVL
  • Meter reading
  • Parking enforcement
  • Dispatch
  • GIS / Mapping
  • Property appraiser
  • Code enforcement
  • Video surveillance
  • 1st responders
  • VoWiFi
  • Mug shots
  • Broadband
  • Events
  • Amber Alerts
  • E-justice
  • Sensors
  • Freight

Robust

Wireless

Apps

MISSING LINK

the regular chart
The “Regular” Chart
  • We NEED data!

User/App Demand

Existing Technology

Today

Demand

Capabilities

Time

today s data reality
Today’s Data Reality
  • Hodge-podge of network types
  • Legacy voice-centric
  • Store and forward / synchronize technology
  • Lack of tracking capabilities
  • Mobile office and roaming not realistic
  • Cellular
  • Wi-Fi Hot Spots (some)
  • REALITY
    • Not enough bandwidth
    • Text-based vs. mobile office
disruptive technology
Disruptive Technology

Wi-Fi

Mesh

E-commerce

Internet

Cellular

Voice

MARKET

PCs

Mainframe

60s

70s

80s

90s

2000s

TIME

wi fi proliferation

Today

Wi-Fi Client Shipments

100

2004: 1,000+ devicesWiFi certified

90

80

2003: Wireless integrated ontoPC motherboard; Wireless device proliferation: laptops, PDAs, video cameras, etc.

70

60

50

2002: Wireless NIC: <$60

Wi-Fi Client Devices (millions)

40

2001: HP, Dell, IBM,Toshiba offer built-in wirelessWireless NIC: $100

30

20

1999: IEEE 802.11b (“Wi-Fi”) standard adopted;Wireless NIC: $200

10

0

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003*

2004*

2005*

Wi-Fi Proliferation
  • 120 Million Wi-Fi devices: 2005
  • 3 Million shipped per month
  • Has become the “Ethernet” wireless
  • Intel marketing giant
  • Mass integration:
wi fi speed 1mb download
Wi-Fi Speed (1MB Download)

7 MIN 7 SEC

LEGACY

CDPD

GPRS

5 MIN 41 SEC

1xRTT

1 MIN 57 SEC

CELLULAR

EDGE

1 MIN 1 SEC

20.48 SEC

EV-DO

5.46 SEC

802.11b

WI-FI

0.37 SEC

802.11g

real world
Real World

EV-DO

Wi-Fi

File Size = 1 MB

Average Data Rates

EV-DO 400 kbps

802.11g 22 Mbps

agenda1
Agenda
  • Wireless Landscape
  • Utility & City Dynamics
  • Real World Example
  • Consolidation Focal Points
  • Starting Process
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Productivity

Safety &

Security

Cost Savings

UTILITY

DYNAMICS

Reliability

Customer

Service

Competition

utility drivers
Utility Drivers
  • AVL
  • Dispatch/CAD
  • Digital Field Pictures
  • GIS Access
  • Schematics
  • In-field Training
  • Automated Meter Reading (AMR)
  • Email
  • Distribution Automation (DA)
  • Work Orders
  • Fleet Maintenance
  • Vehicle Stats
  • Security
  • Video Surveillance
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • SCADA/EMS
  • Transmission Line Corridor Monitoring
technical commonalities
Technical Commonalities
  • Utility truck
  • Police Car
  • Fire Truck
  • 1st Responder
  • Mobile Command Center
  • School Bus
  • Public Works Vehicle
  • Appraiser
  • Traffic Meter Reader
  • Dog Catcher
  • Technical needs are basically the same…
  • Need interoperability and robust data to the field
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INDUSTRY

CITY DYNAMICS

TECHNOLOGY

INDUSTRY /

ENVIRONMENT

Economic

Development

Socioeconomic

Revenue

Productivity

CITY

DYNAMICS

Safety &

Security

Cost Savings

Transportation

Education

city drivers
City Drivers
  • AVL
  • Dispatch/CAD
  • Digital Field Pictures
  • GIS Access
  • Schematics
  • In-field Training
  • Email
  • Public Safety Mobile Data
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  • Work Orders
  • Fleet Maintenance
  • Vehicle Stats
  • Security
  • Video Surveillance
  • Intrusion Detection
  • Amber Alerts
  • Mobile Command Centers
  • Parking Systems
  • Leased Line Reduction
  • Fixed Facility Interconnection
utility stake
Utility Stake
  • Critical infrastructure asset ownership
    • Wired backhaul
    • Geographic distribution
    • Metro integration
    • Mounting assets
    • Substations
  • Common Needs /Business Drivers
opportunity for partnership
Opportunity for Partnership
  • Common needs across multiple entities
  • Share the network
  • Enhanced symmetries
  • City progression
  • Economic Development
  • Socioeconomic change

Interoperable

Seamless Roaming

Common Needs

Secure

High Bandwidth

Reliable

citywide institutional network

City ISP

Police Dept

Citywide Institutional Network

Transit

Utility

Fire Dept

starting to be built
Starting to be built…
  • These collaborative networks are being built
    • Los Angeles
    • New York
    • Tempe
    • Austin
    • Madison
    • Beverly Hills
    • Minneapolis
    • Detroit
    • Cleveland
    • Houston
    • etc…etc…etc…
agenda2
Agenda
  • Wireless Landscape
  • Utility & City Dynamics
  • Real World Example
  • Consolidation Focal Points
  • Starting Process
customer pilot
Customer Pilot
  • Profile
    • One of largest US cities
    • One of largest public utilities
  • City-Wide Committee
    • Study conducted
    • Representatives from all core areas
  • Moving to pilot “HotZones”
    • Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
    • Security / Traffic Surveillance
    • Mobile Data (Police, Fire, Rescue, EMS, Utility Fleet)
    • Sensor Networks
    • Weather Stations
    • Fixed Location Interconnectivity
pilot hotzone 1
Pilot HotZone #1

CAMERA

SCHOOLS

PUBLIC SAFETY/

FIRE STATION

CAMERA

MOST CITY AGENCIES, INCLUDING UTILITY WILL USE FOR MOBILE FLEET

other notable cities
Other Notable Cities
  • Corpus Christi, TX
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Philadelphia, PA
    • Social broadband approach
    • Common network for city
  • Houston, TX
  • New York
agenda3
Agenda
  • Wireless Landscape
  • Utility & City Dynamics
  • Real World Example
  • Consolidation Focal Points
  • Starting Process
focal points
Focal Points
  • Leverage similarities between:
    • City Dynamics
    • Utility Dynamics
  • Citywide Committee
  • Engage particulars of the city that may be quickly overlooked
  • Investigate legal issues and develop business models
utility operation centric
Utility Operation Centric
  • Consider fiber optic buildouts for city renewal / expansion areas
    • Conduits
    • Fibers
  • Poles, street lights, modular
    • It is coming now
    • Analogy to cell towers that were not planned in city
agenda4
Agenda
  • Wireless Landscape
  • Utility & City Dynamics
  • Real World Example
  • Consolidation Focal Points
  • Starting Process
needs

INDUSTRY

UTILITY / CITY DYNAMICS

TECHNOLOGY

INDUSTRY /

ENVIRONMENT

Needs
process
Process

WINET REQUIREMENTS

INDUSTRY

UTILITY / CITY

DYNAMICS

Functional

TECHNOLOGY

Technical

Political

INDUSTRY

Legal

NEEDS ANALYSIS

Economic

PILOTS

FAST TRACK

1

2

3

DEPLOYMENT

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THANK YOU

Cory Cipra

Practice Manager

Wireless & Telecommunications

913.486.6599

ccipra@burnsmcd.com

www.burnsmcd.com/telecom