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Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017
Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017

Smart Cities

Schenectady, NY

Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017
Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017
Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017

Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017

Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017
Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017
Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017
Smart Cities Schenectady, NY Capital District Clean Communities March 16, 2017

Smart City Report

Smart City Report Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov
Smart City Report Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov
Smart City Report Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov

Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov (518) 337-7238

Organizational Structure

A city is a living, growing and continuously evolving system with many inter-related and co-dependent parts all working together to achieve a common goal Effectively utilize available resources to thrive in its environment

all working together to achieve a common goal – Effectively utilize available resources to thrive in
all working together to achieve a common goal – Effectively utilize available resources to thrive in
all working together to achieve a common goal – Effectively utilize available resources to thrive in

Biological Transportation Systems

Analogous to the evolution of biological systems, our understanding of transportation methods have evolved to deliver goods from one place to another

of biological systems, our understanding of transportation methods have evolved to deliver goods from one place
of biological systems, our understanding of transportation methods have evolved to deliver goods from one place

City Transportation Systems

City assets utilize various forms of energy to transport goods, transport people, move waste, conduct operations

goods, transport people, move waste, conduct operations Asset #665 – Street Sweeper Asset #306 – Recycler

Asset #665 Street Sweeper

waste, conduct operations Asset #665 – Street Sweeper Asset #306 – Recycler Asset # 525 –

Asset #306 Recycler

Asset #665 – Street Sweeper Asset #306 – Recycler Asset # 525 – Spreader/Plow Asset #63

Asset # 525 Spreader/Plow

Asset #306 – Recycler Asset # 525 – Spreader/Plow Asset #63 – Codes Vehicle Asset #547
Asset #63 – Codes Vehicle Asset #547 – Streets Truck Gasoline, diesel, hydrogen, natural gas,
Asset #63 – Codes Vehicle
Asset #547 – Streets Truck
Gasoline, diesel, hydrogen,
natural gas, bio-fuels, electric

System Efficiencies

Commercial Freight March 1 st – Asset #306, District 4, 1.35 ton SSR, 50.4 mi
Commercial Freight
March 1 st – Asset #306, District
4, 1.35 ton SSR, 50.4 mi
Mar. 14th – Asset # 525
(Spreader/Plow), 104.9 mi

Complexities of “Big Data”

~25 March 14 th , 00:00 – 24:00, combined 475 mi
~25
March 14 th , 00:00 – 24:00,
combined 475 mi
City Processes • Fuel Imports (MPG and TCPG) • Energy Consumption (All City Buildings, WWTP,

City Processes

Fuel Imports (MPG and TCPG)

Energy Consumption (All City Buildings, WWTP, Vehicles) GHG Emissions and meeting reduction targets

Kiosk and Parking Meter Collections

Plowing Routes

Vehicle Data and Work Orders

Housing/ Property Sales

Lighting Usage and Analytical Tools

from Smart Lighting

Commercial Water and Sewer Accounts

Waste/ Recycling (Commercial, Residential, Street Sweeping)

Website Statistics (PDF Downloads, Site Visits, Type of Device)

Number of Vacant Houses/

Properties

Code Compliance and Prosecutions

Public WiFi Usage

Citizen Complaints/ Concern Tracking

City Revenues and Costs

City Employee Health Programs

Online City Applications

FOIL Requests

Foreclosures

ADA Compliance Percentage

GIS Coverage Percentage

Parks and Facilities Registrations

Crime Rates (DDACTS, STAR)

Traffic Accidents

GIS Coverage Percentage • Parks and Facilities Registrations • Crime Rates (DDACTS, STAR) • Traffic Accidents

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Data Patterns

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Kiosk Collection0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Meter Collection Total

Total Meter5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Meter Collection Kiosk Collection Gas (U)* (g) Gas

Gas (U)* (g)9 10 11 12 Meter Collection Kiosk Collection Total Meter Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D

Gas (D)* (g)Meter Collection Kiosk Collection Total Meter Gas (U)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds)

Total Gas U+D (g)Kiosk Collection Total Meter Gas (U)* (g) Gas (D)* (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Waste (t) Paper

Street Sweeping (yds)Total Meter Gas (U)* (g) Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Waste (t) Paper Recycle

Waste (t)(g) Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Paper Recycle (t) Average Temp

Paper Recycle (t)(g) Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Waste (t) Average Temp (F)

Average Temp (F)(g) Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Waste (t) Paper Recycle (t)

Precipitation (inch)(U)* (g) Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Waste (t) Paper Recycle

Snowfall (inch)(g) Gas (D)* (g) Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Waste (t) Paper Recycle (t)

Total Gas U+D (g) Street Sweeping (yds) Waste (t) Paper Recycle (t) Average Temp (F) Precipitation

Smart City Divisions

Smart City Divisions

Metered Parking

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Metered Parking

Metered Parking What does our existing network look like? What are the costs of upgrading current

What does our existing network look like? What are the costs of upgrading current meters with kiosks? What is the ROI can it be made up for through uniform parking costs?

Overall does it: Reduce Costs or Increase Revenues? Provide a better service to our citizens?

uniform parking costs? Overall – does it: Reduce Costs or Increase Revenues? Provide a better service

Electric Vehicle City

EV Destination District NYSERDA Grant Funding

Expand EV Deployment

Consumer Education and Outreach

2 Workshops Positive Feedback

Grant Funding • Expand EV Deployment • Consumer Education and Outreach • 2 Workshops – Positive
Grant Funding • Expand EV Deployment • Consumer Education and Outreach • 2 Workshops – Positive
Grant Funding • Expand EV Deployment • Consumer Education and Outreach • 2 Workshops – Positive
Grant Funding • Expand EV Deployment • Consumer Education and Outreach • 2 Workshops – Positive

Smart Lighting Infrastructure

LED lighting w/ wireless mesh network, cameras, various sensors

Traffic management analytics, paving management, public WiFi, 3 rd party apps

Public safety, gun shot detection, increased patrol time

paving management, public WiFi, 3 r d party apps • Public safety, gun shot detection, increased
paving management, public WiFi, 3 r d party apps • Public safety, gun shot detection, increased
paving management, public WiFi, 3 r d party apps • Public safety, gun shot detection, increased

Smart Lighting Infrastructure

City of Schenectady 5100 total street lights (4600 National Grid)

With current deployments roughly 200 smart lights (cameras and basic analytics)

(4600 – National Grid) • With current deployments – roughly 200 smart lights (cameras and basic
(4600 – National Grid) • With current deployments – roughly 200 smart lights (cameras and basic

Complete Streets Vision

Better utilize public transit systems,

pedestrian traffic

corridors, etc

Much like the EV Project, citizens need to have infrastructure in place to have as an excepted method of transportation

Much like the EV Project, citizens need to have infrastructure in place to have as an
Much like the EV Project, citizens need to have infrastructure in place to have as an

Smart City Concept

http://www.asakurarobinson.net/
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Bringing Information Together

Bringing Information Together • Intersection Design (Planning, Development, Engineering, Streets, Police, Utilities,
Bringing Information Together • Intersection Design (Planning, Development, Engineering, Streets, Police, Utilities,
Bringing Information Together • Intersection Design (Planning, Development, Engineering, Streets, Police, Utilities,

Intersection Design (Planning, Development, Engineering, Streets, Police, Utilities, City Council)

Plowing (Streets, Police, Planning, Private Companies)

Using real data to make proactive changes

(Infrastructure, transportation, policy, etc.)

Planning, Private Companies) • Using real data to make proactive changes (Infrastructure, transportation, policy, etc.)

The Evolving City

Using technology and data analytics to better understand the complexities of City operations and replicating naturally occurring signal pathways (but with data instead of molecules)

complexities of City operations and replicating naturally occurring signal pathways (but with data instead of molecules)
complexities of City operations and replicating naturally occurring signal pathways (but with data instead of molecules)
Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov (518) 337-7238
Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov (518) 337-7238
Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov (518) 337-7238

Eric Shannon City of Schenectady, NY Innovation and Performance Specialist eshannon@schenectadyny.gov (518) 337-7238