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Smart City Challenge calls

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Smart City Challenge calls - presentation by Steven Keen, Peter Brett Associates on behalf of the Thames Valley Berkshire, Smart City Cluster at the IoT Thames Valley Meetup on 8th May, 2019.

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Smart City Challenge calls

  1. 1. IOT Meetup Update to Smart City Cluster Project Steve Keen – Peter Brett Associates Simon Beasley – Reading Borough Council 8th May 2019
  2. 2. Project Partners
  3. 3. What are we Delivering? Smart City Platform LPWAN Network Open Data Platform £1.73m Capital Funding through LEP Smart City Governance – Cross Sector and Cross Authority Challenge funding of smart city solutions through competition
  4. 4. Outline Programme and Calls • Launched 1st Challenge Fund Call (£400k) – Mid April to end May 2019 (9 month delivery programme for applicants) • Launch 2nd Challenge Fund Call (approx. £500k) – around End July 2019 • Deploy Core LoRa Network – March to June 2019
  5. 5. Call One Programme Publish 1st Challenge Fund Call 11th April 2019 Optional Information Event 24th April 2019 (evening) Call Close 31st May 2019 @ midday Evaluation and identification of the top two scoring for each Challenge 14th June 2019 Interviews (preferred 2) for each Challenge 20th June 2019 Award 21st June 2019 Completion of Challenge Feb 2020
  6. 6. Application Download
  7. 7. Grant Funding • This Call is allocating up to £400k of grant funding through four separate Challenges • We anticipate awarding up to £100k of grant funding for each of the four Challenges. There will be no specific benefit in requesting less than £100k although it should be noted that the evaluators will not score a project well who’s scope is clearly of a lower value than the grant funding requested. • The grant funding will be paid in instalments in arrears based on appropriate reporting and agreed milestones being met. In addition, we will make an advance payment of up to 30% of the grant value to help with project start-up costs. • Applicants are required to confirm that they will be able to provide match funding in accordance with the funding requirements which reflect the size of the applicants business.
  8. 8. Funding Priorities We welcome bids for funding from projects that will address the four Challenges and which support the following funding priorities: • Utilise IoT and / or data analytics. • Will be able to share open data, so far as is practicable, that will help build a strong open data platform. • Maximise the potential for solutions that not only address a single issue but have a wider cross sector application. • Will have measurable outputs (what you have spent the money on) and outcomes (what objectives you have achieved) and must meet the requirements of the challenge being addressed. • Accord with the expected categories of Research and Development as detailed in this Guideline and include a real-world pilot to demonstrate the benefits. • Will include monitoring and evaluation to be able to demonstrate a business case for scaling up. • Will be able to demonstrate that it meets relevant data security standards for the application.
  9. 9. Challenge One - Monitoring household condition for energy and health Reading Borough Council “To deliver a system that can cost effectively monitor the condition of housing used by the Council, both Council owned and privately owned, to monitor energy use, temperatures, building use and dampness. Include a local authority interface for easy monitoring, provide data insights including energy efficiency and to provide alerts.”
  10. 10. Challenge Two - Prolonging independence through reducing falls West Berkshire Council “Falls in the elderly population are a major problem for West Berkshire Council. Half of over 80s fall at least once every year and a third of over 65s fall at least once every year and 10% to 25% of people who fall suffer a serious injury. Often, the first fall that people have is not so serious, but is a progressive problem and further falls often lead to hospitalisation and moving to a care home. There are a number of factors that impact on the likelihood of further falls, such as temperature of the home (too hot / too cold), level of lighting (e.g. at night), balance or gait, and dehydration. The challenge is to develop a low-cost package of connected devices to reduce the likelihood of further falls, enable the individual who has fallen to take ownership and remain in control of their own environment, give them the confidence to continue to be independent, and extend the length of time that they can live independently”.
  11. 11. Challenge Three - Reduce Isolation for the Elderly Wokingham Borough Council “To deliver a system / service that will address the issue of isolation and loneliness for the elderly to reduce pressure on primary carers, encourage interaction with more people and encourage engagement with groups such as walking groups. The solution should include non-intrusive monitoring to give Wokingham Borough Council information to better understand the level of isolation across the Borough and the success of the system. The solution should be secure, managed and trusted by users.”
  12. 12. Challenge Four - Help Vulnerable People to Travel Independently Bracknell Forest Council “To deliver a system / service that will enable vulnerable people and those isolated through lack of transport to easily, safely and confidently travel using existing public transport services and / or through community support. The solution should look to reduce the burden of social transport services on the Council whilst also improving accessibility for individuals within Bracknell Forest.”
  13. 13. Collaboration Portal
  14. 14. Questions?