Connecting the Dots -- Connected Communities

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A ROADMAP TO SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE & GREEN CITIES

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  • 1. Dr. Rick Huijbregts
    VP, General Manager | Smart + Connected Communities
    Cisco Canada
    Follow me on Twitter @CiscoSCRE
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Industrial
Business
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Collaboration
The Networkas the Platform
Internet ofThings
Video
Virtualization/Data Center
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Phase 3
Phase 1
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3. Running a Village, City, Community, Country, the World on Networked Information
Social
Environmental
Economic
Enhanced quality of life for citizens
Protecting the worldfor future generations
Continuous job and business growth
Sustainability Services Delivered by Technology
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Roadmap to Sustainable Infrastructure and Green Cities Conference
September 14-162011, Harvard University GSD
4. Benefitswithin 20 years, a city of 5 mln:
City Revenues : + $15B
GDP Growth : 9.5%
New Jobs : 375,000
Energy Efficiency : +30%
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5. The Banyan Building: Built for Sustainability
Environmental
Economic
Above LEED Standards:

  • 25% above for lighting energy

6. 27% above for water consumption 7. 31% above for cooling energy 8. Enhanced air quality by 30%Annual Payback of:

  • OpEx savings of ~15%

9. Employee productivity of +9% 10. Energy efficiency of +30%Total Savings:1005 MWh
Social
Child Care Centre
Collaboration Areas
Cafeteria
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Submit
Monitoring
Control
WISDOM
KNOWLEDGE
INFORMATION
DATA
Building Services
Lighting
Elevators
Tenant Services
High Speed Internet
24/7 Monitoring
Wireless
HVAC Sensors
Unified Communications
Fire Control
Interactive Media
Video Security
Dashboards
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Digital Signage
Energy Management
Maintenance Management
IP Telephony
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12. New Relationships and Partners
New Business Models
New Opportunities
Improved Processes
Collaboration
Existing Technologies
Today.
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