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CodeFest 2019. Daniela Allmeier (RAUMPOSITION) — Forward-looking city making

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April 03, 2019

CodeFest 2019. Daniela Allmeier (RAUMPOSITION) — Forward-looking city making

Cities around the world are currently undergoing huge urban transformations. Large-scale urban projects are being built in various metropolitan areas to deal with high-pressure growth. Furthermore economic, environmental, technological, social and cultural demands have led to multi-sectoral approaches of spatial solutions. The city of tomorrow requires being smart, forward-looking and opportunity-oriented! How do cities cope with the challenges of transformation the urban environment and what results can be achieved? What technical, economic, social and managing innovations are involved to respond to the increasing demand for a comfortable and developed urban environment?

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April 03, 2019
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  1. FORWARD-LOOKING CITY MAKING: STRATEGIES BEYOND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION Daniela Allmeier City

    planner/strategist Raumposition, Austria Codefest 2019 Novosibirsk © Roland Berger, SCS 2019
  2. 153 cities worldwide have an official Smart City strategy Source:

    Roland Berger, SCSI 2019
  3. It takes a good strategy and strong implementation to build

    a Smart City. Only 8 cites have these: VIENNA ON TOP* *Smart City Strategy Index 2019
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  5. The key goal for 2050 of Smart City Vienna is

    to offer optimum quality of life, combined with highest possible resource preservation, for all citizens. This can be achieved through comprehensive innovations. Smart City Wien principles Source: Smart City Wien, Framework Strategy, City of Vienna
  6. Photo: ttps://smartcity.wien.gv.at/site/files/2019/03/Tina_A_6107__0001-c-Urban-Innovation-Vienna-1030x773.jpg QUALITY OF CITY RANKING (Mercer’s 21st Quality of

    Living Ranking 2019) 1. Vienna (Austria) 2. Zürich (Switzerland) 3. Vancouver (Canada) 3. Munich (Germany) 3. Auckland (New Zealand)
  7. HEALTH EDUCATION DIGITAL ENERGY BUILDINGS MOBILTY SOCIAL AFFAIRS LOCATION ENVIRONMENT

    INNOVATION
  8. Smart Objectives to ensure top-level quality of life: »All people

    in Vienna enjoy good neighbourly and safe life conditions irrespective of their background, physical and psychological condition, sexual orientation and gender identity. Vienna is a city of diversity that is expressed to the fullest in all areas of life.« »By 2030, the share of green spaces must be kept at over 50%. Especially in a growing city, additional recreational areas must be safeguarded to keep up with the rising population figures.« »Giving citizens (from consumers to prosumers) an active role by providing opportunities for actively controlling additional areas of daily life.« »High-quality, affordable housing and an attractive housing environment area made accessible to the largest possible share of the population.«
  9. Photo: Daniel Dutkowski Through neighbourhood oases public space is returned

    to the inhabitants of the city in the form of parklets, neighborhood festivals, dinner boards in the street or the like. The association “Local Agenda 21 Vienna” advises interested parties and supports projects in the implementation.
  10. Green space in Vienna. Data: 2016, agriculture space is not

    included » over 140 Grätzloase projects since 2015 » over 700 activities in 2016 - 2017 (parties, workshops, sports events, communal dining …) » ‘wiener spiel!straße’ project (streets for temporary safe play and community contact); 60 events per year; can be initiated by local residents/associations Photo: Daniel Auer Photo: Binder-Zehetner Photo: Binder-Zehetner
  11. Pocket Mannerhatten Ottakring Photo: Florian Niedworok Spaces and areas in

    the city are valuable: Sharing both with neighbours increases the quality of life. This is the central goal of the urban development strategy Pocket Mannerhatten.
  12. Photo: Florian Niedworok Photo: Florian Niedworok Photo: Florian Niedworok Really

    smart: Who shares, gets more! » systematically linking different building areas/functions across properties, thereby creating synergies » different sharing options » common areas tailored to user’s demands, used by residents of multiple buildings » sustainable forms of mobility: joint neighborhood garage, purchase/use shared fleet (bicycles, cargo bikes, e-bikes, electric cars) » jointly build new energy systems across buildings » compensation-oriented funding system » moderated participation processes » innovative urban renewal strategy
  13. Photo: BAI Photo: einzueins Architektur The Viennese Housing Model: High-quality,

    affordable housing and attractive housing environment for a large share of people. » 200.000 social housing apartments in Vienna » since 2017: 13.000 newly built apartments/year » development of new city districts (10.000 inhabitants + 20.000 workspaces) » wide ranging mix of different uses (coexistence of housing, shops, offices, nurseries, educational and leisure facilities, such as a pool, park, playground, gym, …)
  14. Smart Objectives to radically preserve resources and ensure strong education:

    »Comprehensive provision of whole- day and integrated schools and further upgrading of high-quality childcare offerings.« »By 2030, the largest possible share of MIT is to be shifted to public transport and non-motorised types of traffic or should make use of new propulsion technologies (e.g. electric-powered vehicles).« »By 2030, commercial traffic originating and terminating within the municipal boundaries is to be largely CO2-free.« » Even after 2020, it will be important for Vienna to make sure that a maximum number of young people will continue their education beyond compulsory schooling and thus attain a higher educational level.«
  15. Share of early school leavers (persons aged between 18 and

    24 with only minimum compulsory education) Source: Smart City Wien, https://smartcity.wien.gv.at/site/en/viennese-campus-model/ » 6 educational campus locations » + 8 will be added by 2023 » heat recuperation at the campus in Seestadt Aspern saves 195 MWh/year (financial saving of approx. 10.000 Eur/year) Photo: PID/Votava The Viennese Campus Model: is an educational establishment, which incorporates kindergarten, school and leisure pedagogy at a single location. It is a full-day institution which interlaces school and leisure units throughout the day.
  16. Smart Mobility- aspern mobil: The aim is to implement a

    mobility mix that conserves resources and contributes to a high-quality of life. The target is that 40 % of trips will be made by public transport, 40 % by bike or on foot, and only 20 % by car, moped or motorbike. » direct underground link to Vienna city centre » seven bus services » Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) station and a tram link » SeestadtFLOTTE bike fleet » parking is off-street, in communal underground garages enables attractive pedestrian zones Photo: 3420AG/Schedl Aspern Photo:3420 AG Schedl Aspern Photo:3420 AG Schedl Aspern
  17. Holistic Interconnection: With the A to B-App you can safely

    and quickly reach your destination – whether you are traveling by public transport, bicycle, car or on foot. » traffic situation update every 7,5 minutes » webcams show live updates of individual street sections » indicates points of interest – POI, regarding mobility » traffic lights as key factor for a smooth traffic flow (future pedestrian recognition and holistically interconnected traffic light system to raise efficiency, weather and environmental sensors provide valuable data for diverse applications) Journeys covered by eco-friendly forms of transport (on foot, by bike or public transport) Source: Smart City Wien, https://smartcity.wien.gv.at/site/en/smart-traffic-lights/
  18. Bike lanes in Vienna: total length Source: Smart City Wien,

    https://smartcity.wien.gv.at/site/en/graetzlfahrrad-cargo-bikes/ » cargo bikes hubs in 14 different locations » Cargo bikes are suitable for transporting up to 350 kg » The Viennese Citybike system for public bicycle-sharing has been available for inner-city routes for fifteen years, with over 120 hubs installed by now. Over a million trips are completed by rental bikes per year. Photo: PID/Fürthner Sharing concept: Grätzlräder are cargo bikes that are owned by restaurants, shops and companies who lend them to the Viennese population free of charge.
  19. Digital Agenda Vienna: The Digital Agenda Vienna is the result

    of a collective work process between citizens, Vienna City Administration and entrepreneurs. It was written with the help of a participatory platform, which is still available for feedback and discussion. 430 hotspots providing comprehensive public WiFi access free of charge used by approx. 80.000 people
  20. Vienna as a pioneer in e-government across Europe » almost

    600 e-government services (administrative assistance pages) » Around 1.000.000 page hits on the e-government offer per month. wien.at, the website of the City of Vienna with about eight million hits a month » 3.000 WLAN hotspots are available to around 100.000 students and the 14.000 teachers in the schools of the City of Vienna. 17.000 computers and notebooks are used in the classrooms. » Top position in open-government among the European capital cities: 315 open data sets available free of charge by the City of Vienna, resulting in 207 apps and visualizations » IT capital: approx. 50.000 employees in 5.500 ICT companies (with a value added of almost 20 billion euros)
  21. This smart companion provides direct answers to services of the

    city on the go. » 200 questions per day » 400 City of Vienna topics » 280 apps use City of Vienna open government data With the “Sag’s Wien” application you can report a concern, a danger point or a malfunction to the Vienna City Administration at any time and place in the city.
  22. Smart City aspern Seestadt » 240 ha for 20.000 inhabitants

    and 20.000 workplaces, completed by 2025 » idea of a compact and mixed city » laboratory for the future of urban life, spanning from mobility systems and energy consumption to construction methods ©: MA18/Christian Fürthner
  23. © expressiv/AllesWirdGut, Wien © AllesWirdGut, Wien

  24. ©: 3420AG/PNL ©: 3420AG/PNL ©: 3420AG/PNL ©: Stadtbekannt ©: 3420AG/Schreinerkastler.at

  25. Building or developing a smart city does not mean focusing

    on technological innovations singularly, but rather pursuing a holistic approach, that understands technological innovation as an integral part.
  26. The smart city idea stands for: » a strategic, intelligent

    approach to city in general » a social inclusive approach of city development regarding mobility, energy, urban development and more Building or developing a smart city does not mean focusing on technological innovations, but rather pursuing a holistic approach, that understands technological innovation as an integral part.
  27. Thank you for your attention.