Building Smart Cities: The Data-Driven Way (Created For The Big 5 Construct 2016 Conference)

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  • BUILDING SMARTER CITIES A DATA-DRIVEN WAY

    built for a presentation given at

    by

  • Songdo

  • Songdo The future city of South Korea

    IoTSensors

    GPS-enabled traffic management

    Waste management

  • THE PROBLEM The problems of 2030 will be different from the

    problems of today.

  • Cities will need

    E-governance management

    Energy management

    Mobility management

    Waste management

    Water management

    Tele-education, tele-medicine, etc.

  • Some cities have already started

    Santander, Spain

    12,500 GPRS and RFID sensors; cut energy costs by 25%

    Copenhagen, Denmark

    Using real-time traffic data, personal GPS data, and weather data

    Finland (Enevo Ltd)

    Optimize waste collection routes using sensors; 50% cost reduction

    Dubuque, IA

    Smart water pilot by using smart metering; 6.6% savings

  • Any smart-city solution will have these four pillars

    Citizens Technology

    DataInfrastructure

  • Citizens lie at the heart of all these issues.

  • THE SOLUTION

    A platform for government and citizens to come together and

    solve problems that matter.

  • Step 1: Turn local citizens into human sensors collecting data

  • Healthcare

    Education

    Aadhar

    Water and sanitation

    Traffic

    Waste

    Step 2: Turn government data into useful information

  • Citizen Government

    Analysis Platform

    Step 3: Connect the two using a common platform

  • THE OUTCOME All information is in one place.

    Everyone can find answers to their questions in various forms.

  • Query specific data

  • Track projects and generate specific reports

  • Find the healthiest route home in seconds

    Air Quality: 4.3

    Air Quality: 3.2

    Air Quality: 3.7

  • Allocate the budget where it is most needed

  • Close the loop with citizen feedback.

    Let us know whether this visualization was helpful for you.

    Give your feedback

  • CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

    How this platform can help the construction industry

  • Using data to ensure that projects are delivered on time.

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    Data from the site every day to understand project progress

    GPS track of the supplies to sites

    Sensors to help you understand machine status

    Quick reports at any given point

  • How do I plan for a project holistically?2

    Add open data for demographics, health, economics, etc.

    Layer with your own internal data

    Layer that data with weather data

    Understand the terrain & geography of the site

  • Understanding external factors to a project

    Getting a hold of the current business situation

    Predicting weather- related risks

    Planning for geographic constraints

    How do I plan for a project holistically?2

  • Predicting risks for your business3

    Time delays

    Resource shortages

    Financial risks

    Unplanned weather changes

    Cost-benefit mismatches

    Growth obstacles

  • WHERE CAN YOU START?

    These steps can immediately boost current business.

  • Start small to get big data

    Use easy-to-use data collection systems to track what happens on construction sites every day.

    Track employee performance

    Resource utilization

    Machine status

  • Know your business environment

    Use existing data sources to understand what kind of potential or challenges your geography holds.

    Infrastructure

    Economics

    Labor requirements

    Raw material availability

  • Track your business

    Understand the nuances of your business by making data from each department talk to each other.

    Project velocities

    Fund-consumption rates

    Funds utilization by geography

    Manpower-machine ratios

  • CASE STUDIES

    Applications of a centralized data platform

  • Mapping public infrastructure issues to help mayor/local administrators allocate resources effectively

    21.5 million rupees allocated to fixing streetlights in Ranchi

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  • Understanding where to invest in agriculture using 30+ open data sets2

  • Placing $95 IOT sensors on auto rickshaws to measure air quality3

  • Understanding where to open new LPG centers by understanding the market potential and social need of each village

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  • 150+ Organizations

    7+ Countries

    40 million Primary data points

    1 billion Secondary data points

  • Thank You!

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