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  • Contact - Smart Dublin
    Crime Science in the UK T 353 1 222 3081 E jamie cudden dublincity ie Mainard Gallagher Smart City Co ordinator Dublin City Council Mainard assists with communications smart pilots and research projects As Dublinked s Data Officer for Dublin City he maintains data flows between Dublin City Council departments and www dublinked ie His goal is to improve services and infrastructure using technology to make a better smarter Dublin Mainard has 9 years experience with the Local Enterprise Office Dublin City in SME development from one to one business advice to grant assessment and training Mainard loves to problem solve and to make things real especially if technology is the key player He has a degree in information systems from Trinity College Dublin T 353 1 222 2812 E mainard gallagher dublincity ie Pauline Riordan Dublinked Manager Pauline Riordan has worked for over 16 years in Irish local government in a number of roles including open data strategic design stakeholder engagement and urban planning Since 2015 she is the manager of the Dublinked Open Data Platform and innovation network dealing with data smart city and research issues both regionally and internationally Pauline has qualifications in urban planning urban design and architecture and has a keen interest in sustainable living future cities and new models of collaborative urbanism T 353 1 222 5431 E pauline riordan dublinked ie Brendan Fahy Technical Lead of Dublinked Brendan is an analyst programmer with over 18 years experience in databases web publishing and spatial data Since June 2015 he is the Technical Lead of Dublinked supporting data and web technology development of the Open Data portal for the Dublin Region Brendan is providing on going development of the Dublinked web environment towards more advanced online data and information services using data visualisation and analytic skills and assisting regional partners and data providers to source extract prepare and publish datasets T 353 87 9491644 E brendan fahy dublinked ie Zaira Rivera Fernandez Smart Dublin Regional Coordinator Zaira has worked in different areas of local government for the past 10 years including international relations innovation and communications As Smart Dublin Regional Coordinator she will work with the Smart City Coordinator in the four Dublin local authorities to provide coordination of smart city projects and manage communication She holds a BA in Media and Communication ESNE a MSc in Sustainable Development and a MSc in Marketing Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School UCD T 353 1 222 6296 E info smartdublin ie Nicola Graham Dublinked Community Manager Nicola is the newly appointed Dublinked Community Manager She has 10 years experience as a Dublin City Council employee and holds a BA in Information and Library Studies She acted as the social media co ordinator on the Team Dublin Clean up campaign She has a passion for information collaboration of services smart solutions and all things digital T 353 1 222 6297 E info dublinked ie Get involved The success of Smart Dublin will depend on your input Dublin s

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  • Smart Dublin Cycle Challenge - Smart Dublin
    cost innovative technologies The SBIR challenge will allow us to provide seed funding for companies and individuals to develop innovative and data driven proposals to accomplish this goal The SBIR challenge is seeking proposals which advance the use of existing cycling data create new cycling data to enhance understanding of cycling issues and develop methods to improve cycling safety and reduce bicycle theft in the city Kevin Sherry Executive Director Enterprise Ireland said A key priority for Enterprise Ireland is to increase the level of innovation in businesses and the commercialisation of research in Ireland We are delighted to support the Small Business Innovation Research SBIR Challenge which will encourage the development of new and innovative solutions to increase the level of journeys taken by bicycle in Dublin and I would encourage entrepreneurs developers and researchers who have solutions in this space to take up the challenge and enter the competition David Timoney Dublin Cycling Campaign said Dublin Cycling is supporting the SBIR challenge and encourages all companies with smart ideas to get involved in this competition We would like to see innovative solutions developed that gather better cycle behaviour data which will allow for evidenced based decisions on cycling infrastructure Hopefully these solutions can tackle the various barriers to increased cycling including bike security inadequate private and public bike parking perception of bad weather and perception of safety Links Contact More Information Share Tags Cycling Challenge Smart Mobility Latest Challenges Smart Dublin Cycle Challenge Smart Dublin and Enterprise Ireland launch 100k Small Business Innovation Research SBIR Challenge As part of the Smart Dublin initiative the 4 Dublin local authorities and Enterprise Ireland launched the Maintaining a clean and litter free city A critical role of the city council is that of street cleaning and managing waste across busy city

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  • Smart Dublin Advisory Board Call Out - Smart Dublin
    society Technology sector Research and enterprise Public sector agencies City and industry experts The Advisory Board will play a critical role in building Smart Dublin by providing leadership strategic guidance support and promotion Advisory Board Members input will include To provide strategic advice and direction for Smart Dublin To help build regional national and international Smart networks To align with other smart strategic initiatives and committees To monitor progress To represent the needs and concerns of their stakeholders To act as a goodwill ambassador to promote Smart Dublin Links Contact Join the Advisory Board Share Tags Smart Dublin Latest News Blogs Events Smart Home Hackathon 13th to 15th May 2016 The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland SEAI and DCU Alpha Innovation Campus are hosting a three day Smart Home Hackathon on 13th 15th May 2016 There is a total prize fund NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016 This weekend sees the launch of one of the largest International Hackathon events in the world NASA Space Apps Challenge 2016 People from countries all over the globe will begin collaborating Smart Technology Solution to Help Scale Up Cycling in Dublin Seeking smart innovative and low cost solutions to increase the number of people cycling in Dublin Apply now for the Challenge The SBIR Small Business Innovation Research Challenge is a Get involved The success of Smart Dublin will depend on your input Dublin s challenges can only be solved through collaboration You can share your smart stories pitch your proposals take part in challenges join our opinion panel or sing up to the mailing list for the latest news In 2016 we will be issuing specific calls for solutions and open challenges where people with ideas may receive access to seed funds city expertise and a testbed infrastructure Share Your Ideas Pitch your

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  • Better communication and engagement with Dubliners - Smart Dublin
    small business through access to technology and data How can technology help us grow our tourism culture and heritage offer Share Tags Smart People Latest Challenges Smart Dublin Cycle Challenge Smart Dublin and Enterprise Ireland launch 100k Small Business Innovation Research SBIR Challenge As part of the Smart Dublin initiative the 4 Dublin local authorities and Enterprise Ireland launched the Maintaining a clean and litter free city A critical role of the city council is that of street cleaning and managing waste across busy city centre areas in particular There is a network of over 3 500 street Access to quality information for better local governance Some of the issues we are currently exploring How can Dublin open up more public information while protecting data privacy How do we unlock the social economic or environmental value Get involved The success of Smart Dublin will depend on your input Dublin s challenges can only be solved through collaboration You can share your smart stories pitch your proposals take part in challenges join our opinion panel or sing up to the mailing list for the latest news In 2016 we will be issuing specific calls for solutions and open challenges where people with ideas may receive access to seed funds city expertise and a testbed infrastructure Share Your Ideas Pitch your proposals Enter Challenge Register Smart Stories Join our Dublin opinion panel Share Your Ideas The success of Smart Dublin will be dependent on your input and engagement Ideas might include examples of emerging technologies that have been successfully implemented in other cities Get Involved Pitch your Proposals We are looking for projects or apps with the following criteria A novel idea or approach to addressing a particular city challenge Ability to trial and test your solution in a real life urban

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  • Maintaining a clean and litter free city - Smart Dublin
    and other efficiency related data Considering the above the city council is inviting technical dialogue to companies to better understand the latest innovations in smart bin technologies and possibly deliver a pilot in the city centre Please submit your interest in engaging with Dublin City Council on the above supply the following information by 12 noon on Monday 14th March 2016 To info smartdublin ie Legal Name of interested party Contact Name Contact details to include telephone and email Website if applicable Background information on interested party Details of solutions provided in other locations whether in Ireland or internationally Share Tags Smart Bins Smart Environment Smart Government Smart Living Latest Challenges Smart Dublin Cycle Challenge Smart Dublin and Enterprise Ireland launch 100k Small Business Innovation Research SBIR Challenge As part of the Smart Dublin initiative the 4 Dublin local authorities and Enterprise Ireland launched the Maintaining a clean and litter free city A critical role of the city council is that of street cleaning and managing waste across busy city centre areas in particular There is a network of over 3 500 street Access to quality information for better local governance Some of the issues we are currently exploring How can Dublin open up more public information while protecting data privacy How do we unlock the social economic or environmental value Get involved The success of Smart Dublin will depend on your input Dublin s challenges can only be solved through collaboration You can share your smart stories pitch your proposals take part in challenges join our opinion panel or sing up to the mailing list for the latest news In 2016 we will be issuing specific calls for solutions and open challenges where people with ideas may receive access to seed funds city expertise and a testbed infrastructure Share

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  • Croke Park Smart Stadium - Smart Dublin
    installed in the Croke Park area to forecast and detect flooding risks Croke Park probably the most sewer enabled stadium in the world Less risk of your favourite concert being cancelled due to flooding Crowd management use of calculated crowd motion patterns to provide collectiveness conflict and stability indexes for forecasting transportation flows identifying congestion patterns during events as well as describing and detecting abnormal collective behaviour Have you noticed the queues at half time move a little quicker This is why Athlete performance monitoring wearable sensing RFID tags in the athletes sports clothes produce real time performance statistics during matches This means more of those interesting graphs they show on screen during matches There s been a lot of talk about the potential of IoT but one of the most significant barriers to its development has been the lack of test beds to trial new technologies Croke Park Stadium has enabled companies and projects to test innovations within a relatively enclosed environment with a view to the results being exported and translated into the wider smart city deployment Next time you re at a match cheering on your team consider yourself as a one of the early contributors to the Internet of Things Links Contact www crokepark ie Share Tags ASU DCU Intel Smart Economy Smart Environment Smart Living Smart Mobility Sun Devil Stadium Latest Smart Stories Croke Park Smart Stadium There s plenty going on at Croke Park stadium and it s not just Gaelic games and concerts Did you know that Croke Park is the test bed for some of the Dublin City Noise Dublin City Noise is the place to go for information and updates about environmental noise exposure and sound level measurements in Dublin city View live readings from sound level monitors Fix Your Street

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  • Dublin City Noise - Smart Dublin
    not caused by long term activities and so are not thought of as noise pollution About Dublin City Noise Noise is measured throughout the city and the data is organised by decibels and visible online The website is managed by Sonitus Systems a provider of noise monitoring instrumentation to regulatory authorities Visit www dublincitynoise com to check the data for your area The data is colour coded with blue being noisy and yellow is not You can search by day by month by location And there is also an API interface for developers as well The Dublin Sound Monitoring Network helps us manage the effect of noise pollution on daily life and the Dublin City Noise website lets people check environmental noise levels in their own neighbourhoods Brian Mcmanus Head of Traffic Noise and Air Quality Dublin City Council Links Contact http dublincitynoise sonitussystems com Twitter dublincitynoise Share Tags environmental noise Smart Government Smart Living Sonitus Latest Smart Stories Croke Park Smart Stadium There s plenty going on at Croke Park stadium and it s not just Gaelic games and concerts Did you know that Croke Park is the test bed for some of the Dublin City Noise Dublin City Noise is the place to go for information and updates about environmental noise exposure and sound level measurements in Dublin city View live readings from sound level monitors Fix Your Street Crowdsourced community reporting of non emergency problems like litter graffiti broken lights or road defects Ever spotted a leak or a pothole that needs fixing Fix Your Street enables anybody to Get involved The success of Smart Dublin will depend on your input Dublin s challenges can only be solved through collaboration You can share your smart stories pitch your proposals take part in challenges join our opinion panel

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  • Fix Your Street - Smart Dublin
    the site to report a problem in your area Reports are moderated before being logged with the Council s internal logging system where resources will be assigned to address the issue You will be notified by email if requested when your issue has been resolved The original power to the people solving problems one pothole at a time Links Contact www fixyourstreet ie Twitter Share Tags Smart Environment Smart Government Smart People Latest Smart Stories Croke Park Smart Stadium There s plenty going on at Croke Park stadium and it s not just Gaelic games and concerts Did you know that Croke Park is the test bed for some of the Dublin City Noise Dublin City Noise is the place to go for information and updates about environmental noise exposure and sound level measurements in Dublin city View live readings from sound level monitors Fix Your Street Crowdsourced community reporting of non emergency problems like litter graffiti broken lights or road defects Ever spotted a leak or a pothole that needs fixing Fix Your Street enables anybody to Get involved The success of Smart Dublin will depend on your input Dublin s challenges can only be solved through collaboration You can share your smart stories pitch your proposals take part in challenges join our opinion panel or sing up to the mailing list for the latest news In 2016 we will be issuing specific calls for solutions and open challenges where people with ideas may receive access to seed funds city expertise and a testbed infrastructure Share Your Ideas Pitch your proposals Enter Challenge Register Smart Stories Join our Dublin opinion panel Share Your Ideas The success of Smart Dublin will be dependent on your input and engagement Ideas might include examples of emerging technologies that have been successfully implemented

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