Successful factors to develop a smart data tool for urban planning
Orator: Raphael Rollier, Responsible Programme Smart City, Swisscom
Swisscom and IMD Business School have developed a six steps methodology to turn a city "smart". This methodology will be illustrated with a successful project that encompasses the creation of a tool for urban planning. Swisscom's mobile phone network generates 20 billion data points daily that can be transformed into anonymized and aggregated traffic indicators. What are the concrete benefits for a city? How to deal with privacy concerns? Who are the stakeholders and which governance model should be put in place?
Raphael Rollier advices, develops and promotes digital innovation and transformation. In co-creation with several cities, he created a "Smart Data" tool, which turns billions of data generated by mobile phone network into anonymized and aggregated traffic indicators. To accelerate the transformation, Raphael is developing and sharing a methodology to support the public sector to leverage digital technology, with a first study that identify the key success factors. Member of the Venture Kick jury and Venture Associate at Swisscom, he has developed a mentoring program for start-ups at the EPFL, where he obtained a master in micro engineering.
Date: Monday, May 8th, 2017 - 18h15
Location: Battelle building A - Auditorium ground floor3 mai 2017
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