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  2. BLACK & VEATCH IS A GLOBAL LEADER IN ENGINEERING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION Building on 100 years of service & continuing to adapt to the opportunity horizon Founded 2
  3. Energy Telecommunications Water Transportation BLACK & VEATCH IS A LEADER IN CRITICAL HUMAN INFRASTRUCTURE™ Leading infrastructure solutions and the scale to support programs of all sizes SERVICE AREAS Program Management Engineering, Procurement & Construction Site Acquisition & Permitting Management Consulting Operations & Maintenance Asset Management Energy Management Data Analytics Security 3
  4. Smart Analytics Improve asset and financial performance by transforming data into actionable intelligence SMART INTEGRATED INFRASTRUCTURE TWO ENDS OF THE SPECTRUM, WORKING SYNERGISTICALLY Integrated Infrastructure Improves system performance by leveraging synergies between multiple infrastructure systems 4
  5. 5 5 WHAT IS A SMART CITY? A Smart City uses Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to manage its critical functions – infrastructure and social systems -- in smarter and more integrated ways. Benefits include increased efficiency, resiliency, sustainability, economic growth and citizen quality of life. Smart City is not one size fits all; each city has different needs, priorities and flavors of Smart
  6. SEVEN FACTORS ENABLING THE RISE OF SMART CITIES • Pervasive wireless coverage • Transformation of public carrier business plans to accommodate the Internet of Everything • Miniaturization of processors and the integration of communication modules into intelligent devices • Abundant cheap data storage and processing power • Rise of cloud computing and edge computing • Access to vast data streams enabling potential for rich analytics • Extensive improvements in application development and visual display capabilities 6 6
  7. Black & Veatch, 2016 Strategic Directions: Smart City/ Smart Utility Report 91% Smart City concept is transformational, will have positive long-term impacts SMART IS REAL 61% Undertaking some form of Smart City initiative
  8. Black & Veatch, 2016 Strategic Directions: Smart City/ Smart Utility Report 70% SMART APPROACHES OVERCOME HURDLES 49% 32% 22% Resources/expertise Policy hurdles Departmental silos BUDGET CONSTRAINTS 20% Stakeholder support 16% Short-term mindset Top Smart Initiative Hurdles:
  9. VISION IS THE DRIVING FORCE 53% Top force that needs to be in place to drive adoption of smart technologies and analytics LONG TERM VISION Black & Veatch, 2016 Strategic Directions: Smart City/ Smart Utility Report
  10. 10 85% What Smart City efforts should enable communities to do better: 62% 52% 49% Travel with less congestion Live healthier lifestyles Increase convenience Black & Veatch, 2016 Strategic Directions: Smart City/ Smart Utility Report Improve resource use efficiency
  11. BENEFITS OF SMART INTEGRATED INFRASTRUCTURE 11 • Increased employment • Energy savings • Reduced water use • Lower crime rates • Less traffic • Engaged citizens • Improved emergency response Connected cities enhance quality of life
  12. 12 SMART CITIES HAVE MANY COMPONENTS Maximum benefits are achieved through synergies that result in system-wide intelligence
  13. 13 SMART STREET FURNITURE Connected kiosks, bus shelters and other everyday street-side elements provide on- the-go access to Wi-Fi, mobile charging and real-time city information, while collecting data from a variety of sensors 13
  14. • Distributed city network ideally located for citizen engagement • Provides smart technology platform • Energy: Up to 75% savings from LED, on- demand lighting, and dimming control • Public Safety: Audio and visual alerts, emergency call station • Environmental: Sensors for air quality, noise, flooding, and weather • Citizen Engagement: Wi-Fi hotspot, real-time city information SMART STREETLIGHTS 1414
  15. INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS • Traffic prediction • Integrated fare management • Traffic info/advisory • Road user charging • Variable parking pricing • Enhanced transit management 15 15
  16. ELECTRIC AND HYDROGEN VEHICLE CHARGING • The nation’s electric and hydrogen highways are expanding rapidly • Opportunity for cities to integrate technologies • EV charge stations are evolving to offer: – Free Wi-Fi – Interactive kiosks – Sponsorships that offset cost of installation 16
  17. BUDGET-NEUTRAL TECHNOLOGIES • Business model trend reduces upfront costs of smart technologies – Smart streetlights – Information/Wi-Fi kiosks – EV Charging stations • Costs offset by brand sponsorships and energy savings • City and citizens benefit from services • City establishes foundation for future smart applications 17
  18. SMART BUILDINGS • Environmental impacts and footprint reduced – Water, energy, GHG • Lifecycle costs lowered • Productivity and security enhanced – Illumination, thermal comfort, air quality, physical security, sanitation • On-site green energy resources coordinated electric grid integration 18
  19. DATA ANALYTICS PUT THE SMART IN THE SMART CITY • Maximize value of smart technology investments • Provide situational intelligence • Inform smarter decisions • Minimize disruptions • Evaluate complex strategies • Adapt to dynamic situations • Sponsor collaboration
  20. BLACK & VEATCH ASSET360TM PLATFORM INTEGRATED ANALYTIC APPROACH TO SMART CITY PLANNING AND OPERATIONS PAST – PRESENT – FUTURE More informed, collaborative, and agile planning decisions Greater situational awareness, faster response, optimized performance 20 ASSET360TM Platform Operational Intelligence Adaptive Planning 360° view 2020
  21. Transitioning from high-level strategy to practical implementation ASSET360™ ANALYTICS INFORM AND ACCELERATE SMART CITY PROGRAMS • Preferred strategies to meet goals • Optimal project portfolios • Optimal timing • Most effective sequence • Most feasible locations • Coordination across teams 21
  22. 22 DATA ANALYTICS HELP CITIES BECOME MORE RESILIENT 22 22 Readiness Responsiveness Revitalization • Situational awareness • Performance monitoring • Risk identification • Scenario evaluation • Asset management • Operational optimization • Integration across systems • Option evaluation • Investment prioritization • Planning and operating agility • System efficiency • Community collaboration • Event detection • Failure isolation • Response efficiency • Disruption minimization • Knowledge sharing • Resource coordination
  23. LEADERSHIP IN AN INTELLIGENT, DISTRIBUTED INFRASTRUCTURE FRONTIER More than 35 co-generation projects, M&D to identify performance and reliability issues 23 Utility scale and Commercial/Industrial behind–the-meter battery storage Energy and Water Nexus, AMI network design and master planning, water quality and leakage analytics Nationwide EV network, Ad-sponsored EV charging Port of San Diego Building Energy Management System Pilot Implementation lead – large U.S. city’s smart kiosk / digital signage upgrade Utility distribution and smart grid design, EV impact, HECO adaptive planning (85% oil fired to >65% renewable by 2030) Hydrogen Fueling in CA and NE Regions Carrier communications network power and fiber upgrades to improve resiliency and reliability Chula Vista Smart City / Re-Development planning + 23
  24. 24 CLUSTER OF SMART CITY PROJECTS Master planning of smart communication and electrical infrastructure for a more than 500 acre Bayfront redevelopment site in Chula Vista, CA. In December 2014, the Port of San Diego became the first demonstration site in a series of regional public-private smart building initiatives led by Cleantech San Diego and a team of Internet of Things (IoT) technology providers to advance the region’s smart city goals. Source: Cleantech San Diego The Green Build was the largest project in the history of San Diego International Airport. Called “The Green Build” due to the Airport Authority’s commitment to sustainability and the environment, as well as its positive economic impact. The Green Build created approx. 1,000 jobs at peak construction and provided a number of contract opportunities for small businesses. Thanks to these efforts, In 2014 San Diego International Airport because the world’s first LEED Platinum certified commercial airport terminal.
  25. 25 SPOTLIGHT ON CHULA VISTA, CALIFORNIA • 530+ acre waterfront re-development to include convention center, resort/hotel, condominium residential, and marina retail – Joint effort between City of Chula Vista and Port of San Diego • Evaluate renewable energy technologies and energy efficiency programs to meet the terms of their Settlement Agreement (50% reduction in energy use and options for net zero) • Before the horizontal infrastructure is built - evaluate options for communications networks and smart infrastructure solutions
  28. Energy & Water Distributed Infrastructure Communications Smart Community = Chula Vista Bayfront We approached the Bayfront RFP as the foundation for future City-wide smart city applications CHULA VISTA BAYFRONT B&V’s Smart Community practice is focused on the intersection of these critical areas – requiring a partner with expertise in each to integrate all together 2828
  29. REAL COLLABORATION Overcoming resource gaps, engaging communities, creating experiences 29
  30. • No single path – Smart City plans and roadmaps – High profile projects to gain support • Start with end in mind – Think big even if you start small – Seek stakeholder input – Stay true to vision but adapt path • Infuse smart in all you do – Smart as a component of existing programs, not just new • Leverage utility expertise THE SMART CITY JOURNEY 30
  31. BRYCE YONKER Acting Executive Director, Smart Grid Northwest / 503.522.6101 About Smart Grid Northwest Mission: Promote, grow, and enable the smart grid industry and infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest. Our main activities include: o Education o Public Policy o Regional Planning and Implementation
  32. Why a Smart Grid for the Northwest? • Create jobs as the sector’s cluster of metering, monitoring, controls, software, analytics, and other technology companies develop • Integrate new energy resources as distributed renewables, dispatchable energy storage, automated demand response and other energy solutions come online • Empower the consumer as energy customers have more information about their behavior so they can make wise decisions • Ensure energy affordability as energy supply and demand is met more dynamically • Establish a more resilient, reliable, and sustainable energy system as outages are fixed more rapidly, peak demand is abated, efficiency programs are optimized, and a myriad of other benefits are realized
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