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1 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM CITY & UTILITY PLANNING Metropolitan Broadband Wireless ENGINEERINGARCHITECTURETECHNOLOGYCONSTRUCTIONENVIRONMENTAL Cory Cipra April 19, 2005 Presented to:

2 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM City & Utility Planning SECURITY TRANSIT PARKING PUBLIC SAFETY PUBLIC WORKS WATER UTILITY ELECTRIC UTILITY COMMON NEEDS $$$ OVERLAP IN: TIME MONEY RESOURCES PLANNING CONSOLIDATION COOPERATION $$$$$$

3 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Consolidated Metro Wireless

4 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Agenda Wireless Landscape Utility & City Dynamics Real World Example Consolidation Focal Points Starting Process

5 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Up to Now Voice rules Legacy but reliable deployments No data (or minimal) Market dominance –Motorola –M/A-COM Has suited needs well and will continue to in some form

6 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM The Big Issue Apps Robust Wireless MISSING LINK AVL Meter reading Parking enforcement Dispatch GIS / Mapping Property appraiser Code enforcement Video surveillance 1 st responders VoWiFi Mug shots Broadband Events Amber Alerts E-justice Sensors Freight

7 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM The “Regular” Chart We NEED data! Today Capabilities Existing Technology Time User/App Demand Demand

8 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Today’s Data Reality Hodge-podge of network types Legacy voice-centric Store and forward / synchronize technology Lack of tracking capabilities Mobile office and roaming not realistic Cellular Wi-Fi Hot Spots (some) REALITY –Not enough bandwidth –Text-based vs. mobile office

9 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Disruptive Technology TIME MARKET Wi-Fi Mesh 60s70s80s90s2000s E-commerce Internet Cellular Voice Mainframe PCs

10 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Wi-Fi Proliferation 120 Million Wi-Fi devices: Million shipped per month Has become the “Ethernet” wireless Intel marketing giant Mass integration: Today *2004*2005* Wi-Fi Client Devices (millions) 1999: IEEE b (“Wi-Fi”) standard adopted; Wireless NIC: $ : HP, Dell, IBM, Toshiba offer built-in wireless Wireless NIC: $ : Wireless NIC: <$ : Wireless integrated onto PC motherboard; Wireless device proliferation: laptops, PDAs, video cameras, etc. 2004: 1,000+ devices WiFi certified Wi-Fi Client Shipments

11 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Wi-Fi Speed (1MB Download) CDPD GPRS 1xRTT EV-DO b g EDGE CELLULAR WI-FI 0.37 SEC 5.46 SEC SEC 1 MIN 1 SEC 1 MIN 57 SEC 5 MIN 41 SEC 7 MIN 7 SEC LEGACY

12 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Real World EV-DOWi-Fi File Size = 1 MB Average Data Rates EV-DO400 kbps g22 Mbps

13 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Agenda Wireless Landscape Utility & City Dynamics Real World Example Consolidation Focal Points Starting Process

14 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Reliability Customer Service Cost Savings Safety & Security Competition Productivity UTILITY DYNAMICS

15 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Utility Drivers AVL Dispatch/CAD Digital Field Pictures GIS Access Schematics In-field Training Automated Meter Reading (AMR) Distribution Automation (DA) Work Orders Fleet Maintenance Vehicle Stats Security Video Surveillance Intrusion Detection Predictive Maintenance SCADA/EMS Transmission Line Corridor Monitoring

16 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Technical Commonalities Utility truck Police Car Fire Truck 1 st Responder Mobile Command Center School Bus Public Works Vehicle Appraiser Traffic Meter Reader Dog Catcher Technical needs are basically the same… Need interoperability and robust data to the field

17 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Productivity Safety & Security Revenue Socioeconomic Cost Savings Economic Development Transportation Education CITY DYNAMICS INDUSTRY INDUSTRY / ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY CITY DYNAMICS

18 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM City Drivers AVL Dispatch/CAD Digital Field Pictures GIS Access Schematics In-field Training Public Safety Mobile Data Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Work Orders Fleet Maintenance Vehicle Stats Security Video Surveillance Intrusion Detection Amber Alerts Mobile Command Centers Parking Systems Leased Line Reduction Fixed Facility Interconnection

19 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Utility Stake Critical infrastructure asset ownership –Wired backhaul –Geographic distribution –Metro integration –Mounting assets –Substations Common Needs / Business Drivers

20 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Opportunity for Partnership Common needs across multiple entities Share the network Enhanced symmetries High Bandwidth Secure Seamless Roaming Interoperable Reliable Common Needs City progression Economic Development Socioeconomic change UtilityCounty CityLaw enforcement DHSEMS

21 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Citywide Institutional Network Police Dept City ISP Fire Dept Utility Transit

22 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Starting to be built… These collaborative networks are being built –Los Angeles –New York –Tempe –Austin –Madison –Beverly Hills –Minneapolis –Detroit –Cleveland –Houston –etc…etc…etc…

23 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Agenda Wireless Landscape Utility & City Dynamics Real World Example Consolidation Focal Points Starting Process

24 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Customer Pilot Profile –One of largest US cities –One of largest public utilities City-Wide Committee –Study conducted –Representatives from all core areas Moving to pilot “HotZones” –Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) –Security / Traffic Surveillance –Mobile Data (Police, Fire, Rescue, EMS, Utility Fleet) –Sensor Networks –Weather Stations –Fixed Location Interconnectivity

25 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Pilot HotZone #1 CAMERA SCHOOLS PUBLIC SAFETY/ FIRE STATION CAMERA MOST CITY AGENCIES, INCLUDING UTILITY WILL USE FOR MOBILE FLEET

26 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Downtown Pilot HotZone

27 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Other Notable Cities Corpus Christi, TX Oklahoma City, OK Philadelphia, PA –Social broadband approach –Common network for city Houston, TX New York

28 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Agenda Wireless Landscape Utility & City Dynamics Real World Example Consolidation Focal Points Starting Process

29 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Focal Points Leverage similarities between: –City Dynamics –Utility Dynamics Citywide Committee Engage particulars of the city that may be quickly overlooked Investigate legal issues and develop business models

30 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Utility Operation Centric Consider fiber optic buildouts for city renewal / expansion areas –Conduits –Fibers Poles, street lights, modular –It is coming now –Analogy to cell towers that were not planned in city

31 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Agenda Wireless Landscape Utility & City Dynamics Real World Example Consolidation Focal Points Starting Process

32 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Needs INDUSTRY INDUSTRY / ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGY UTILITY / CITY DYNAMICS

33 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM Process INDUSTRY TECHNOLOGY Legal Political Technical Functional Economic FAST TRACK DEPLOYMENT UTILITY / CITY DYNAMICS PILOTS 123 WINET REQUIREMENTS NEEDS ANALYSIS

34 ENGINEERED CONNECTIVITY SM THANK YOU Cory Cipra Practice Manager Wireless & Telecommunications


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