CONNECTED AND COLLABORATIVE CITIES

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One line description: CONNECTED AND COLLABORATIVE CITIES

Description: Everyone is speaking about the shift to smart mobility, but who or what is going to connect or fund it and does data play a role?

  • Discover how cross sector collaborations via the “United Federation of Competitors” create greater value for both the entities involved and the end consumers as a solution to smart mobility
  • Identify the role of each sector, and the ability for each to shift to the digital age whilst sticking to their core
  • Explore new funding models by utilising and monetising data to create commercial solutions

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Organization: HSBC

Participants:

Category: ACCELERATE CHANGE

Theme: city, financing innovation, new business model

Leader: GRAND Virginie, WALSH Danielle

Facilitator: CABRE Stephanie

Expert: PELTIER Francois

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FROM THE MINUTES 2018

According to HSBC economists, $11.5 trillion USD will need to be invested in Asia's urban infrastructures by 2030 to make them smart, resilient and sustainable. In the mobility sector, this kind of investment also represents new market shares linked to technological development. According to Danielle Walsh, 60% of these shares will belong to new players, including those in shared mobility and digital services. She foresees a business model change in which competitors will become collaborators to create value for the user, who will be at the centre of the ecosystems.


FLUID, AUTOMATED, SMART — ENVISIONING THE NEW REALITY

By 2030, getting around smart cities will be fluid. Buoyed by well-managed and transparently regulated data, it is anticipated that collaboration between sectors will be the key to successful smart city administration. Mobility will be electric, and vehicles will be autonomous.

Facial recognition will grant access to all means of transportation, allowing users to trade individual ownership of vehicles for shared and connected mobility. This is projected to become the preferred method of transportation for navigating the city. Thanks to smart city initiatives, citizens will be able to maximize efficiency in their work/life balance.


CHARACTERISTICS

→ Integrated

→ Inclusive

→ Multimodal

→ Mixed

→ Functional

→ Fun

→ Adapted to soft, active mobility

INFRASTRUCTURES

Visible :


→ Cameras

→ Docking stations

→ Charging stations

→ Shared roads

→ Storage facilities

→ Communication

→ Smart traffic lights


Invisible :


→ Data and algorithms

→ Chips and sensors

→ Regulation


STAKEHOLDERS

→ Governments

→ Municipalities

→ Citizens and communities

→ Companies in the energy sector

→ Technology companies

→ Investors

→ Urban planners

→ Banks


2018: BUILDING THE ECOSYSTEM

In order for this portrait of tomorrow's cities to come to life, stakeholders must take action today. Here are a few ways forward as proposed by Movin'On participants:

1. Rebuild the city from the ground up by giving citizens a voice

2. Design solutions on a neighbourhood scale before replicating the model and connecting multiple neighbourhoods

3. Think of the neighbourhood as a company: an autonomous, self-financed environment with a profitable business plan

4. Make residents aware of the objectives and build a neighbourhood-focused community

5. Use a local currency or cryptocurrency to finance projects and mobilize community support and involvement

6. Move forward, even without support from all partners, to be able to present results that will help bring all stakeholders together around your project