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Urban Tide: How Data Informs Smart Cities

Urban Tide: How Data Informs Smart Cities

This deck is from Pippa Gardner's talk at Swirrl's 2016 event 'Data-Driven Decisions'.

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May 26, 2016
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  1. #DataDecisions16
    www.UrbanTide.com @urbantide
    26 May 2016

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  2. Our Vision
    We bring data, technology 

    and people together.
    Urban Tide helps build smarter,
    sustainable and more liveable
    cities for everyone.


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  3. Our Customers & Partners

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  4. #SmartCities Challenges
    Rapid urban
    growth
    Need to cope,
    compete &
    collaborate
    Data locked 

    in silos

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  5. HOW 

    DO WE BUILD 

    SMART CITIES?
    How have we used
    Data to help build
    smart cities?

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  6. Smart Cities Readiness Assessment
    Define an Outline Investment Roadmap that
    the Scottish Cities Alliance can advance
    collaboratively and that will inform a
    funding application for the European
    Structural Funds 2014-2020 Programme in
    the first half of 2015 together.


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  7. Smart Living Demonstrator
    Carry out a detailed study and produce an
    output report which researches and tests
    the project’s vision and delivery - providing
    a detailed methodology and way forward
    for NPTCBC to maximise the understanding
    and uptake of low carbon, renewable and
    smart solutions.


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  8. Online Self-Assessment Tool
    Domain & city-wide assessments
    Strategic priorities/ service objectives
    Existing capabilities
    Current, planned and aspirational investments
    Collaborations/ potential for collaborations

    *across cities/ regions and across sectors
    Risks & barriers
    Contribution to Smart Cities Maturity

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  9. Online Self-Assessment Tool

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  10. Smart Cities Maturity: Key Dimensions
    “The integration of data and digital technologies into a strategic approach to
    sustainability, citizen well-being and economic development”
    Urban Tide & Scottish Government
    Data Governance &
    Service Delivery
    Strategic
    Intent
    Technology Citizen &
    Business
    Engagement
    “Like petrol, data needs to flow through a designed and managed system”
    Steve Peters, DCLG

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  11. Smart Cities Reference Models

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  12. City Mgt Status: Sustainable and Open ‘System of Systems’
    Smart City Status: Continuously adaptive city-wide ‘smart’
    deployment
    Outcome: City-wide open ‘system of systems’ approach
    drives innovation that enhances city competitiveness
    City Mgt Status: Managed System
    Smart City Status: Technology and data enabled dynamic sense and
    response systems
    Outcome: Improved prediction, prevention and real-time response
    delivers improved outcomes
    Managed
    City Mgt Status: System Integration
    Smart City Status: Strategy led and outcome driven, enabled by
    system wide technology investment
    Outcome: Shared accountability for outcomes and joint system-wide
    investment programme
    Repeatable
    City Mgt Status: System Collaboration
    Smart City Status: Holistic system thinking and emergent sharing of data
    Outcome: Cross boundary partnerships emerging to focus
    on shared outcomes
    Ad Hoc
    City Mgt Status: Siloed
    Smart City Status: Operation focused digital and data driven
    service improvement
    Outcome: Capturing evidence and building business case
    Optimised
    Opportunistic
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    2
    3
    4
    5
    | 12
    Smart Cities Maturity Levels

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  13. Dimension Outcomes
    Strategic Intent Successful smart cities have a strategy and roadmap setting out how investment in data & digital
    technologies enables service reform and partner collaboration. An effective strategy focuses on
    delivering improved outcomes aligned to the city’s strategic priorities.
    Data Successful smart cities make effective use of their data assets to secure better outcomes. They invest in
    system-wide data capture, integration and analytics capabilities. Open data underpins their
    commitment to transparency and innovation.
    Technology Successful smart cities invest in open, flexible, integrated and scalable ICT architectures that enable
    accelerated service innovation such as provision of automated and real-time dynamic response
    capabilities.
    Governance & Service
    Delivery Models
    Successful smart cities adapt traditional organisational models of delivery to realise the opportunities
    of data and digital technologies. They invest in system-wide partnership models focused on shared
    outcomes.
    Citizen & Business
    Engagement
    Successful smart cities make best use of data and digital technologies to invest in enhanced openness
    and transparency. Citizen & business engagement and stakeholder ownership of service reform is
    central within a smart city. Smart cities are proactive in improving take up of digital services while
    supporting the digitally excluded.
    Smart Cities Dimension Outcomes

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  14. Overview: Scotland’s Smart Cities Maturity
    Ad Hoc Opportunistic Repeatable Managed Optimised

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  15. Feedback so far
    Easy-to-use
    Easy to distribute
    Easy for multiple partners to input
    Succinct and considered responses - better insight
    Better access to funding based on considered approach
    Good engagement tool
    Good learning mechanism
    Contribution to Smart Cities Maturity

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  16. Future developments
    Easier to self-analyse
    Easier to re-use including comparisons over time and
    intelligence from other cities/ regions/ countries
    Provide simple tools for training & engagement
    Make the Smart Cities Maturity Model easier to tailor
    Open to opportunities for collaboration…

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  17. We help build smarter, sustainable, 

    more liveable cities for everyone.
    www.UrbanTide.com @urbantide

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