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Big Data on the Smart Grid: 2013 in Review and 2014 Outlook - Energy Collective

Big Data on the Smart Grid: 2013 in Review and 2014 Outlook - Energy Collective | BIG data, Data Mining, Predictive Modeling, Visualization | Scoop.it

"Big data" may be the most overused buzz-phrase in the smart grid industry today. But that doesn’t mean that managing, analyzing and deriving operational and customer value from the massive amounts of data being collected by utilities isn’t important and valuable -- or that utilities aren't spending on it. GTM Research has pegged the value of the global utility data analytics market at a cumulative $20 billion between 2013 and 2020, growing from an annual spend of $1.1 billion this year to nearly $4 billion by decade’s end.

 


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Imagining the Future City: London 2062 I #smartcities #sustainability #freebook

Imagining the Future City: London 2062 I #smartcities #sustainability #freebook | BIG data, Data Mining, Predictive Modeling, Visualization | Scoop.it

As part of the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities, the London 2062 project is gathering evidence about the forces and factors that shape London, identifying decision points, and debating how the city will change over the five decades between London 2012 and London 2062. This process involves synthesising the diverse expertise within the academic community at UCL and elsewhere, together with London’s citizens, government, professions, artists, media and other public institutions.


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luiy's curator insight, December 3, 2013 8:47 AM

Imagining the Future City: London 2062 (free download) is an edited collection based on the London 2062 project from UCL’s Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities. The London 2062 project engaged academics, policy makers and practitioners, providing a forum for serious debate about the challenges and opportunities for London in the five decades following the Olympics.


The book is divided into four sections, considering London in terms of Things, Connections, Powerand Dreams. The book features contributions from leading academic thinkers at UCL and from those involved in shaping London on the ground, through policy and practice. The authors consider the future of London from multiple viewpoints, including transport, energy, smart infrastructure, water, population, housing and the economy.

 

The aim of this book, and the London 2062 programme, is to open discussion about the future of London. What is the future we want to see for London? Which priorities for a global city are in opposition? How can we meet carbon emission targets and deliver new infrastructure in the 21st Century?

Intriguing Networks's curator insight, December 8, 2013 5:58 PM

LONDON CALLING - How will you influence the shape of your city get involved folks! Thank you @plevy