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Smart cities, une
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NETWORKING DAY INFOPOLE – CONFÉRENCE – 06 JUIN 2014 – ...
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face à l’innovation
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Age industriel
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innovation des
politiques
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inventer
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Financements
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Rentes
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Les barbares attaquent…
… et ils sont décomplexés
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Bruxelles:
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…Valorisation Uber
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Données contextuelles
& frontières de l’innovation
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Besoin d’aire(s)
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Modèle(s)
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Grands projets
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Age de la multitude
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Alignement
Administrations
Citoyens « alliés »
Entreprises
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Gov API
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Smart ou
Scalability?
Contacts et infos
Pascal Poty
pp@awt.be
@mobisphere
www.awt.be/ipforum
www.awt.be/smartcities
www.twitter.com/awtbe
www.fa...
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Smarter Cities
Innovative opportunities for SME’s
Infopôle 2014
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The Digit@l Revolution … converging technologies
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The Digital revolution
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Internet users: All Internet users ...
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1 in 2
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have access to data
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83%
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analytics as part...
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Linked Open Data Map (09/2011)
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Country ranking: “Open Data Barometer 2013 Global Report
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Instrumented
It’s a fundamental shift in the way we live, work and do business.
We live on a planet tha...
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Urbanizing the planet
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In 2007 for the first
time over 50% of the world
population lives in cit...
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Water
On average 20% to 35% of
drinking water is lost to leaks in
the network
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We now have the ability to measure, sense and monitor
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Health
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Today’s harsh realities impact most European cities
Tourists
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Declining Budgets Incre...
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This is a city that invests in human capital FIRST, the welfare of its people and that
places citizen ...
© IBM & FuturoCité
To provide sustainable economic growth, enhanced responses
to citizen’s expectations while reducing cos...
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Smarter Communication: a City at he citizen’s service
Mons is preparing Mons 2015: European Capital of ...
Désertion du centre-ville
Causes identifiées :
• Concurrence : 26%
• Sécurité : 20%
• Mobilité et travaux : 10%
• Propreté...
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“ Intelligent Operations Center “ high level architecture
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IBM Invests in Innovation, smarter cities ...
WHY a Public Private Partnership ?
The Public authorities...
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FUTUROCITE: Innovation & smarter cities ...
The “vehicle”
FuturoCité follow mainly two areas:
Sensitize...
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Executive Director
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  1. 1. Smart cities, une réponse "intelligente" face aux défis de demain ? NETWORKING DAY INFOPOLE – CONFÉRENCE – 06 JUIN 2014 – AXIS PARC
  2. 2. Programme
  3. 3. 3 Les smartcities: face à l’innovation disruptive
  4. 4. 4 Age industriel
  5. 5. 5 Age de l’information
  6. 6. 6 Age entrepreneurial
  7. 7. 7 Un volet innovation des politiques publiques à inventer
  8. 8. 8 Financements
  9. 9. 9 Rentes
  10. 10. 10 Les barbares attaquent… … et ils sont décomplexés
  11. 11. 11 Bruxelles: 11 véhicules Uber saisis…
  12. 12. 12 …Valorisation Uber 12 milliards de $
  13. 13. 13 Données contextuelles & frontières de l’innovation
  14. 14. 14 Besoin d’aire(s)
  15. 15. 15 Modèle(s)
  16. 16. 16 Grands projets
  17. 17. 17 Age de la multitude
  18. 18. 18 Alignement Administrations Citoyens « alliés » Entreprises
  19. 19. 19 Gov API
  20. 20. 20 Smart ou Scalability?
  21. 21. Contacts et infos Pascal Poty pp@awt.be @mobisphere www.awt.be/ipforum www.awt.be/smartcities www.twitter.com/awtbe www.facebook.com/awtbe www.awt.be/web/rss www.youtube.com/user/awtbe
  22. 22. © IBM & FuturoCité Smarter Cities Innovative opportunities for SME’s Infopôle 2014 Frank Butstraen
  23. 23. © IBM & FuturoCité The Digit@l Revolution … converging technologies 23 Gramophone record to CD (released 1982) and MP3 (released 1994 for computers only; first MP3 player 1998) VHS tape to Video CD (1993), DVD (1997) and Blu-ray (2006) Analog broadcasting to digital broadcasting (first digital broadcast in 1990, but not widespread until mid-2000s) Payphone and landline phone to cell phone (mid-1990s to mid-2000s) Digital cable (early to mid-1990s, en masse late 1990s to early 2000s) Typewriter to printer (1980s to mid-1990s) Mail to email (mid to late 1990s) Analog photography (film photography) to digital photography (first digicam sold in 1989)
  24. 24. © IBM & FuturoCité The Digital revolution 24 1980 Cell phone subscribers: 11.2 million Internet users: All Internet users at this time were indexed in a phone book sized directory. 1990 Cell phone subscribers: 12.4 million (0.25% of world population in 1990) Internet users: 2.8 million (0.05% of world population in 1990) 2002 Cell phone subscribers: 1.1 billion (19% of world population in 2002) Internet users: 631 million (11% of world population in 2002) 2010 Cell phone subscribers: 4 billion (67% of world population in 2010) Internet users: 1.8 billion (26.6% of world population in 2010) 2013 Cell phone subscribers: 6.8 billion (96% of world population in 2010) Internet users: 2.4 billion (34.2% of world population in 2010)
  25. 25. © IBM & FuturoCité 1 in 2 business leaders don’t have access to data they need 83% of CIO’s cited BI and analytics as part of their visionary plan 54% of companies use analytics for competitive advantage 80% of the world’s data today is unstructured 90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years 20% is the amount of available data traditional systems leverages Source: GigaOM, Software Group, IBM Institute for Business Value" Businesses on a Smarter Planet are “dying of thirst in an ocean of data”
  26. 26. © IBM & FuturoCité Linked Open Data Map (09/2011) 26
  27. 27. © IBM & FuturoCité Country ranking: “Open Data Barometer 2013 Global Report 27 Position 31
  28. 28. © IBM & FuturoCité Instrumented It’s a fundamental shift in the way we live, work and do business. We live on a planet that is getting smarter. Our planet is becoming more Interconnected Intelligent And… the world keeps getting smarter Smarter Cities
  29. 29. © 2011 IBM Corporation Urbanizing the planet 2929 In 2007 for the first time over 50% of the world population lives in cities. In 2050, the projection is 70%. Agglomerations of the world will shape the future of a smarter planet ... The Cities are becoming the engine of our development Aging population, migration, … Each year the world gets bigger than 3 times the population of Belgium Within 10 years, Brussels demography will growth of 20%....50.000 new homes 29
  30. 30. © IBM & FuturoCité Water On average 20% to 35% of drinking water is lost to leaks in the network A "blackout" and Energy difficulties can also occur in Europe and in Belgium too Transports Energy The cities challenges… 4 In Belgium, the traffic will increase 19% in 2020 and more than 70% for 2030, direct cost is estimated to be 500 millions€ and more than 20 billions € of indirect costs Security & Safety All cities are subject to antisocial behavior, vandalism, crime.? Safety is a priority for all Fleet management of buildings, energy efficiency, ..... New Citizens services Building In town, parking, street lighting, information between citizens and authorities exchange, education, one- stop … Sensors Security
  31. 31. © IBM & FuturoCité31 We now have the ability to measure, sense and monitor the condition of almost everything 31 By 2010, there will be more than 1 billion camera phones in existence. 1 billion By 2010, 30 billion RFID tags will be embedded into our world and across entire ecosystems. 30 billion Nearly 85% of new automobiles contain event data recorders by 2010. 85% Citizen participation generates data…”Big data” People, systems and objects can communicate and interact with each other in entirely new ways There will be an estimated 2 billion people on the internet by 2011. 2 billion There are an estimated 4 billion mobile phone subscribers worldwide. 4 billion Soon, there will be 1 trillion connected devices in the world, constituting an “internet of things.” 1 trillion
  32. 32. © IBM & FuturoCité From the citizen’s perspective, all city domains interact Buildings Government Education Health Transport & Mobility Energy Security & Safety “Rethinking” cities from citizen experiences and expectations”
  33. 33. © IBM & FuturoCité Today’s harsh realities impact most European cities Tourists Local & Immigrants Declining Budgets Increasing Threats Changing Populations Aging Infrastructure Innovation Investment Community Sustainability Roads Congestion Last mile Goods delivery Water Energy Waste Management Security Safety Fraud Economic Stress
  34. 34. © IBM & FuturoCité This is a city that invests in human capital FIRST, the welfare of its people and that places citizen participation in priority It is a city whose infrastructure are: - Instrumented, interconnected, intelligent - That "interoperate" in a command center and operations: cross-cutting approach Public Safety Education Healthcare Transportation Energy and Water Social Services City Strategy & AdministrationHospitals Universities Non-profits Citizens Utilities Businesses Economic Development What is a Smarter City ?
  35. 35. © IBM & FuturoCité To provide sustainable economic growth, enhanced responses to citizen’s expectations while reducing cost of operations 35 Leverage information to make better decisions Anticipate problems to resolve them proactively Coordinate resources and processes to operate effectively Infrastructure Services Human Services City Planning and Management Services Government and Agency Administration Environment Social and Health Transportation Energy and Water Education Public Safety Urban Planning Cities Challenges  Urban Population Growth  Aging infrastructures  Declining Natural Resources  Shrinking public space  Declining tax revenue Cities Opportunities - Create wealth - Attract investment - Encourage social development - Mobilize human and technology resources to gain productivity & competitiveness Data, the next natural resource for Smarter Cities
  36. 36. © IBM & FuturoCité Based on 3000+ engagements with municipalities… Events EventsEvents Collecting & analyzing data, while automating a collaborative response One platform, many use cases: InsightData Events / Incidents Public safety Transportation Health & Social welfare Energy & buildings Water Stadiums, Airports Events Incidents Events Events Events Incidents IBM Intelligent Operations Center for Smarter Cities
  37. 37. © IBM & FuturoCité Smarter building 37 ExternalIntegration AnalyticsandOptimization Water Smart Meters, Use / Flow Sensing Energy Smart Meter, Demand Response Elevators Maintenance, Performance HVAC Fans, Variable Air Volume, Air Quality Lighting Occupancy Sensing Access/Security Badge In, Cameras, Integration Perimeter, Doors, Floors, Occupancy Space Utilization Occupancy/ Management 24/7 Monitoring Condition Monitoring, Parking Lot Utilization Weather Current Predictions Emergency Services Alerts, Actions Utilities Demand Mgmt, Cost Control Community Services Transportation, Traffic, Events Commercial Potential Advertisement Voice/Video/Data Integrated Building & Communications Services Portfolio RE Mgmt Asset Mgmt Lifecycle Energy Use Passive/Active Occupancy Space Mgmt Compliance Real Estate Mgmt Building Services Maintenance/Projects Tenant Services Help Desk Waste Mgmt Trash/Water/Recycle Industry Specific Hospital, Hotel, Etc. Integrated Building & Communications Services Fire Functionality Checks, Detector Service
  38. 38. © IBM & FuturoCitéM oi Energy efficiency of Public buildings – Return on investment About 30 % of the operational cost of a building is spent on Energy Buildings represent the biggest energy saving potential in all industries. The cost of fuel increases at a steady rate These savings have an positive impact on public spending, sustainable development and reduce the emission of glass house gasses
  39. 39. © IBM & FuturoCité Smarter Building – Energy efficiency of Public buildings Gaz 0,05 € kWh primaire 0,05 € Ele 0,15 € LIEUX N° EAN / N° de Fourniture Degrés- Jours réels de la période Degrés- jours normaux de la période Coef Normali sation Coef d'annualis ation kWh normalisés & annualisés kWh normalisés & annualisés kWh tot primaires / bâtiment kWh tot/ m² / an Conso max autorisée / m²/ an par rapport à la catégorie d'utilisation (= max de l'Indice C) Indice PEB mesur é Indice PEB pondéré Indice PEB pondéré (Val abs) Coût de l'énergie Surcoût par rapport au max autorisé (Indice C) OU Gain potentiel 585.186,6 139.099,8 23,77% 5.068.330 19.290.082 Ancien CPAS Serv admin et tech 5414490 1.856 2.012 1,08 0,95 -- 115.002 148.293 160 304 B 23,7 23,7 1 7.748 € Ancien CPAS -- -- -- 1,01 13.316 --- 23,7 23,7 2 Ancien Serv. Trav. ( Concierge ) 5414490 0 --- TV Com Serv admin et tech 5414490 1.856 2.012 1,08 0,95 -- 92.481 558.416 664 304 G 370,62031 31 370,6 32.580 € € 15.132 TV Com 5414490 -- -- -- 1,00 186.374 --- Ancienne antenne administrative LLN Serv admin et tech Commun Ancienne antenne administrative LLN 5414490 -- -- -- Bat. B2 - Z - CPAS Commun Serv admin et tech 5414490 1.791 1.913 1,07 1,00 -- 225.204 436.976 168 304 B 73,469775 21 73,5 1 23.967 € Bat. B2 - Z-CPAS Commun 5414490 -- -- -- 0,94 22.717 2 Bat. B2 - Z1 - CPAS (Rez) 5414490 -- -- -- 1,05 5.508 3 Bat. B2 - Z10 - AWIPH (ET3) 5414490 -- -- -- 0,94 10.684 4 Bat. B2 - Z12 - CPAS (ET4) 5414490 -- -- -- 0,94 5.210 5 Bat. B2 - Z13 - VILLE Bat. B2 - OLLN (ET4) 5414490 -- -- -- 0,94 2.405 6 Bat. B2 - Z2 - CPAS (RDC) 5414490 -- -- -- 0,94 7.688 7 Bat. B2 - Z3 - CPAS (ET1) 5414490 -- -- -- 1,04 14.751 8 Bat. B2 - Z4 - CPAS (ET1) 5414490 -- -- -- 1,04 8.077 9 Bat. B2 - Z9 - AWIPH et ECCOSSAD (ET3) 5414490 -- -- -- 0,94 7.669 10 Bat. B1 - Adm. Com. Commun Serv admin et tech 5414490 Hypot Hypot Hypot Hypot -- 267.805 454.338 201 304 C 91,297020 75 91,3 1 24.582 € Bat. B1 - Adm. Com. ( Ex B1 ) plus utilisé depuis cogen sur cabine HT CCO -- -- -- Hypot 74.613 2 Centre culturel CCAO Serv admin et tech 5414490 -- 788.490 1.688.430 580 304 F 978,98209 65 979,0 1 93.421 € € 40.159 Centre culturel CCAO 5414490 -- -- -- Hypot 359.976 --- 2 Ecole du Centre maternelles Ecole mat, prim et sec Compteur de passage Hypot Hypot Hypot Hypot -- 74.237 109.922 351 167 F 38,603342 12 38,6 1 5.853 € € 2.883 Ecole du Centre maternelles sur cabine HT CCO -- -- -- Hypot 14.274 2 Ecole du centre - Immersion Ecole mat, prim et sec Compteur de passage Hypot Hypot Hypot Hypot -- 90.127 111.072 292 167 E 32,465877 15 32,5 1 5.763 € € 2.381 Ecole du centre - Immersion 5414490 3.695 3.902 1,06 0,48 8.378 2 Hôtel de ville H de ville, maison com 5414490 Hypot Hypot Hypot Hypot -- 128.076 176.104 326 320 D 57,430449 47 57,4 1 9.285 €
  40. 40. © IBM & FuturoCité Smarter Communication: a City at he citizen’s service Mons is preparing Mons 2015: European Capital of Culture in 2015. This POC will help the city to become smarter in Communication Social Media Impact Social Media RelationshipsSocial Media Discovery Social Media Segmentation Segment RelateDiscover Assess ARE WE MAKING THE RIGHT INVESTMENTS IN TARGETS and CAMPAIGNS? ARE WE REACHING THE INTENDED AUDIENCES and ARE WE LISTENING? WHAT NEW IDEAS CAN WE DISCOVER? WHAT IS DRIVING SOCIAL MEDIA ACTIVITY, BEHAVIOR and SENTIMENT? • Share of Voice • Reach • Sentiment • Geographics, Demographics • Influencers, Recommenders, Detractors • Attendees, Prospective attendees • Affinity • Association • Cause • Topics • Participants • Sentiment
  41. 41. Désertion du centre-ville Causes identifiées : • Concurrence : 26% • Sécurité : 20% • Mobilité et travaux : 10% • Propreté : 10% • Crise - Gestion : 10% • Accueil : 10% • Qualité/Types de commerces : 5% • Argent : 5% • Météo : 3%
  42. 42. © IBM & FuturoCité “ Intelligent Operations Center “ high level architecture
  43. 43. © IBM & FuturoCité IBM Invests in Innovation, smarter cities ... WHY a Public Private Partnership ? The Public authorities have the Cities’ knowledge The Private companies brings the technologies The citizens make and ask for innovation Private companies push the innovation The public authorities have to implement and to deploy We can help but we need first Decisions and then Markets
  44. 44. © IBM & FuturoCité FUTUROCITE: Innovation & smarter cities ... The “vehicle” FuturoCité follow mainly two areas: Sensitize policy makers in this theme; - Help identify opportunities for cities and towns in this area; - Stimulate local technological innovation contributing to the development of smarter cities and smarter towns; Develop the local economy by organizing thematic seminars on the technology used for Smarter Cities -Address Startups, SME's and private partners -Speaking to universities and colleges -Creating the Ecosystems
  45. 45. © IBM & FuturoCité For more Information Futurocité: Frank Butstraen Executive Director +32 474 64 00 95 Frank@futurocite.be Thank You
  46. 46. 12 10 8 6 1 co onne 4 2 co onne 3 co onne 2 0 2 gne 4 gne 1 gne 3 gne SMART CITIES l l l 06 juin 2014 li li li li Une présentation signée Christophe Montoisy rue de la gare de Naninne 35 5100 NANINNE BELGIQUE T +32 81 40 00 37 F + 32 81 40 25 86 www.thelis.be
  47. 47. Juin 2014SMART Cities INTRODUCTIO N Unéquilibreàtrouver: Institutions tournées vers citoyen le● Une gestion énergétique des déchets De nouveaux modèles économiques et● ● ==>un modèle durableSource : www..cre.fr 2
  48. 48. Sou ce www c e Juin 2014SMART Cities INTRODUCTIO N Unengagementmultiple Une économie intelligente. Une mobilité intelligente. Un environnement intelligent. Des habitants intelligents. Un mode de vie intelligent. Une administration intelligente. ● ● ● ● ● r : .. r .fr ● 3
  49. 49. Juin 2014SMART Cities INTRODUCTIO N RôledesNTICdanslesvillesintelligentes : Obtentions et Analyse des informations clés Contrôle des systèmes de productions d'énergie● Gestion en temps réel des réseaux (Eau, énergie, Traffic et mobilité Mesure environnementales déchets,...)● ● ● Faciliter les prises de décisions … en temps réel: Améliorer les services● Créer de nouveaux services● Au travers d'un système d'exploitation urbain 4
  50. 50. Juin 2014SMART Cities INTRODUCTIO N Place des NTIC dans l'écosystème Smart City Source :www..ecointeligencia.com 5
  51. 51. Juin 2014SMART Cities Focus Technique Éclairage public 17è Bougie 18è huile 19è gaz 20è décharge 21è LED 6
  52. 52. Juin 2014SMART Cities Focus technique ApparitiondelaLED Economie d'énergie Moins de pollution lumineuse ● ● Contrôle unitaire Dimmable ou par segments● ● Statut à distance● 7
  53. 53. Juin 2014SMART Cities Focus pratique Nouveauxdébouchés En 2007, développement pour Schréder d'un luminaire « intelligent ». Le dimmage individuel des LED permet : Gestion de la couverture d'éclairage● Uniformisation de l'éclairage● L'adaptation de l'intensité aux circonstances● 8
  54. 54. Juin 2014SMART Cities Focus pratique Luminaire intelligent Points forts : « Dimmage segmentiel Communication Temps réel Monitoring »● ● ● ● Bénéfices : Produit Smart Evaluation technologique Système autonome ● ● ● 9
  55. 55. Juin 2014SMART Cities Focus pratique MissiondeThelis Communication entre luminaires (bus)● Couplage à un capteur Dimmage de qualité ● ● Logiciel de monitoring● 10
  56. 56. Juin 2014SMART Cities Autres axes de développement Autonomieénergétique 11
  57. 57. Juin 2014SMART Cities Autres axes de développement Communication 12
  58. 58. Juin 2014SMART Cities Autres axes de développement Bornederechargement 13
  59. 59. Juin 2014SMART Cities Nouveaux services Eclairageetsmartcities : Guider les secours Éclairer un danger (variation lumière) Horodateurs, paiement automatique Bornes de chargement pour voitures Relais de communication : Relais Wifi, ● ● ● ● ● ● Systèmes d'information dynamiques● 14
  60. 60. Juin 2014SMART Cities Conclusio n Défisetenjeuxdu«smart»: Tous les systèmes interagissent Approche multi-métiers Citoyen au centre du système Accès à l'information Data : « open » ● API Sources ● ● 15
  61. 61. Juin 2014SMART Cities Conclusio n Définirleslimites Quel niveau Quel niveau Encryption d'information de Sécurité ? ?● ● ● Vie privée● Quel coût ? Qui collecte ● et analyse ?● 16
  62. 62. Juin 2014SMART Cities Questions... ? 17

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