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1 Smart City & Technologies
ITU Workshop on “Smart Sustainable Cities in Latin America” (São Paulo, Brazil, 30 July 2013) Smart City & Technologies Session 4: Adopting a holistic approach and promoting long-term sustainability goals Alexandre Jann Marketing & Strategy General Manager NEC Latin America São Paulo, Brazil, 30 July 2013

2 Technology (environment)
Topics Smart City Concept Arenas (PPP) Cidade da Copa (Smart City -Pernambuco State) Technology (environment) Disaster Prevention Energy São Paulo, Brazil, 30 July 2013

3 Smart City (Concept) Urban area that creates economic development and high quality life based on a knowledge infrastructure supported by Technology (ITC), Processes, Citizens, Government... “agradável” “eficiente” “sustentável” “segura”

4 Arenas ICT System Integrator (NEC)
Constructors, Arena Operators, Vendors Focused on “Beyond World Cup 2014” PERNAMBUCO NATAL (DUNAS) CURITIBA (ATLÉTICO) PPP PPP Soccer Team PORTO ALEGRE (GRÊMIO) SALVADOR System Integrator Technology Vendors Constructors (PPP or Private owners) Arenas Operation OAS PPP BEYOND FIFA SPECS TECH & COST BALANCE Main Players

5 Smart City – Cidade da Copa

6 Smart City – Cidade da Copa
Security 1st Smart City in Latin America Mobility Planned from the outset Balance between urban development and the conservation of natural resources. Aligned with the public policies of the Pernambuco State Government new urban center will provide leverage for the development of the West Recife metropolitan area, creating Brazil’s greatest World Cup legacy. Environment Planned City (Smart from the scratch) Urban Development & Technology

7 Smart City – Cidade da Copa


9 Water Level Meter (ultrasonic)
Disaster Prevention Flood & Landslide “Enchentes e Deslizamentos” Water Level Meter (ultrasonic) Sensors + Procedures


11 Electric Vehicles - Concepts
Charging Models USA Americans drive an average of 13,476* miles per year, or 37 miles a day (60km/day) Attractiveness: Price/Km Miles/charge “autonomia” Zero Emission Urban Vehicles: Residential charge (less than 8h night time) Quick Charge stations (~ 30 minutes) Page 11 *FHA (US Dep Transp)

12 Electric Vehicles - TCO
“BEV-100″ (Battery-Electric with 100-mile range, a.k.a. the Nissan Leaf) to be the least expensive option even at high electricity prices ($0.14/kwh) and low gas prices ($3/gallon). However, the Leaf only has a clear lead when the $7500 tax credit is taken into account PIKE Research (USA) The other vehicles in the chart are (from left to right): A conventional car with a 4 cylinder, 2.4 liter engine A flex-fuel vehicle (FFV) with a 4 cylinder, 2.4 liter engine A car with a four cylinder diesel engine. The diesel car running on Biodiesel. A conventional car (same engine) with start-stop technology which turns off the engine when the car is stopped. A mid-sized hybrid-electric vehicle with a 2.4 liter engine. NISSAN LEAF Page 12

13 Lithium Ion Storage - Residential
Launched as Commercial Service over the Cloud (Japan, July 2012) For reducing electricity consumption during peaks (higher prices), renewable generation storage (ex: PV), blackouts protection, Energy selling (Home to Grid). Storage & Energy Management System Page 13

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