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  • Also on BRAIDs website is a description of scenarios. These defined scenarios can be used to test assumptions
  • Create a dynamic ICT and Ageing roadmap that addresses older people's needs not otherwise well met, identifies and benefits from best practices in the EU and elsewhere, and analyses current and potential gaps in knowledge and execution;Instantiate a strategic research agenda that tracks and builds upon existing, emerging and disruptive technologies and responds to the changing socio‐economic conditions of stakeholders;Expand the BRAID networks of contacts to build a self‐sustaining co‐ordination mechanism which is viral, ubiquitous and reaches out across the heterogeneity of stakeholders.
  • Create a dynamic ICT and Ageing roadmap that addresses older people's needs not otherwise well met, identifies and benefits from best practices in the EU and elsewhere, and analyses current and potential gaps in knowledge and execution;Instantiate a strategic research agenda that tracks and builds upon existing, emerging and disruptive technologies and responds to the changing socio‐economic conditions of stakeholders;Expand the BRAID networks of contacts to build a self‐sustaining co‐ordination mechanism which is viral, ubiquitous and reaches out across the heterogeneity of stakeholders.
  • Create a dynamic ICT and Ageing roadmap that addresses older people's needs not otherwise well met, identifies and benefits from best practices in the EU and elsewhere, and analyses current and potential gaps in knowledge and execution;Instantiate a strategic research agenda that tracks and builds upon existing, emerging and disruptive technologies and responds to the changing socio‐economic conditions of stakeholders;Expand the BRAID networks of contacts to build a self‐sustaining co‐ordination mechanism which is viral, ubiquitous and reaches out across the heterogeneity of stakeholders.
  • Create a dynamic ICT and Ageing roadmap that addresses older people's needs not otherwise well met, identifies and benefits from best practices in the EU and elsewhere, and analyses current and potential gaps in knowledge and execution;Instantiate a strategic research agenda that tracks and builds upon existing, emerging and disruptive technologies and responds to the changing socio‐economic conditions of stakeholders;Expand the BRAID networks of contacts to build a self‐sustaining co‐ordination mechanism which is viral, ubiquitous and reaches out across the heterogeneity of stakeholders.

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  • 1. Are our Roadmaps going in the Right Direction ?
    A perspective on some on-going European and Regional Initiatives
    Rodd Bond mriai
    15/16 September 2011
    AAL – Connected Health Conference,
    Crowne Plaza, Dundalk
  • 2. Overview
    1
    THE LANDSCAPE OF ROADMAPS & ROADMAPPING
    Foresight
    Scenarios
    THE BRAID ROADMAP
    Visioning
    Actions, Roadmap – Strategic research agenda
    LOUTH’S AGE-FRIENDLY BUSINESS STRATEGY
    Action areas
    Supporting wider economic development
    CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES
    EU - New models of partnership
    Implementation Science ?
    2
    3
    4
  • 3. AMBIENT
    SERVICE
    FUNCTIONALITY
    TECHNOLOGY
    National / EU impact
    RISK: unfulfilled wish list of services and technologies
    ASSET: builds upon current technology trends
    Regional adoption - strategy (existing/new)
    Home / community / service re-configuration
    Pilot homes/community – controlled setting
    SCENARIO BUILDING
    ROAD MAPPING
    Home/lab - connectivity with community
    Users in home/lab environment - dwelling
    User in home/lab environment - interfaces
    RISK: solutions looking for problems
    ASSET: allows for visioning the future.
    Technologies and their integration
    Foresight: -> the ambience in AAL
    1
  • 4. The Project Concept
    Check out website and WiKi at http://www.braidproject.eu
    2
    Slide 4
  • 5. Braid’s roadmap approach
    3 Main components
    THEN
    NOW
    Vision
    Baseline
    Roadmap
    plan of actions
    Vision-based
    roadmapping
    2
  • 6. Elements
    Life settings
    Independent living
    Healthy living
    Occupation in life
    Recreation in life
    Scenarios
    Strengths
    Limitations
    Actions
    Research & development
    Policy requirements
    Glossary
    Taxonomy
    Stakeholders
    Drivers
    Technological
    Societal
    Organisational
    Economic
    Regulatory
    Trends
    Vision / vision facets
    2
  • 7. Recreation
    In life
    Independent
    living
    Towards an ICT milieu that …
    enjoyment
    fulfilment
    participation
    Longer
    living
    Cultural life
    Sports …
    Safety &
    security
    .. animates active and reflective social participation
    .. enables connections to empower independence
    Empower
    Well being
    Communities
    Of interest
    Access to
    services
    Mobility &
    transport
    Core
    vision
    Communications
    Assistive
    services
    Valuing
    capacities
    Embracing
    Ageing well
    Enabling activity
    & independence
    .. harnesses and fosters the creative energy in older people
    Promoting
    inclusion
    Respecting
    lifestyle choices
    Health and care
    In life
    Protecting
    rights
    Occupation
    In life
    Mental
    health
    Working
    Physical
    health
    prevention
    Framework
    Opportunities
    needs
    Volunteering
    fosters trans-sectoral adaptation to support personal health and wellness
    activates inclusive economic participation in smart and sustainable growth
    Distributed
    De-centralised
    Diagnostics &
    treatment
    talents
    Continuing
    employment
    2
    Ethics & rights
    protection
    Value
    creation
    Copyright 2011© H. Afsarmanesh, R. Bond
  • 8. Knowledge
    sharing
    Training/
    empowerment
    Software
    Design quality
    Ethics
    rights
    ICT training
    Access to
    communities
    Services for
    IL
    Technology
    transfer
    Development
    Tools/envs
    Infrastructure
    For IL
    Infrastructure
    For recreation
    Kowledge
    sharing
    Ambient
    intelligence
    Assistive
    services
    Economic
    practices
    Engagement
    models
    Communities
    Of interest
    Organisation &
    Business models
    Technical
    Infrastructure
    Regulatory
    framework
    Understanding
    training
    Promoting
    Active life
    Monitoring
    interventions
    Assistive
    services
    Enabling
    technologies
    Group formation
    mechanisms
    Adaptive
    supports
    Infrastructure
    For occup.
    Infrastructure
    For HC
    Life-long
    learning
    Data
    sensitivity
    Regulatory
    infrastructure
    Awareness
    Of values
    Employment
    protection
    Promote
    prevention
    Collaborative
    networks
    New business
    models
    Recreation
    In life
    Independent
    living
    Facet relations and dependencies that …
    .. animates active and reflective social participation
    .. enables connections to empower independence
    Core
    vision
    .. harnesses and fosters the creative energy in older people
    Health and care
    In life
    Occupation
    In life
    fosters trans-sectoral adaptation to support personal health and wellness
    activates inclusive economic participation in smart and sustainable growth
    2
  • 9. Scenarios
    Slide 9
  • 10. Actions
    Vision facets
    Monitoring Well-Being. Design, develop and integrate open and scalable sensor network environments both home-centered and human-centered, with intelligent monitoring, including new levels of security, safety, and privacy.
    AI1
    VI1: Established infrastructure and networks as the base for the support of independent living by technology
    Extending capabilities. Investigate, develop and integrate intelligent functionalities to compensate diminishing cognitive and physical capabilities and to design and develop intelligent, context-aware and self-adapting tools for personal assistance in planning and performing daily activities and facilitating societal participation.
    VI2: Assistive technology and support services that facilitate independent living
    AI2
    VI3: Monitoring devices and technologies supporting ambient intelligence solutions
    Supportive Environments. Design, develop, and validate preventative and responsive interventions based on situational awareness.
    AI3
    VI4: Supporting tools and environment that foster the development of technologies for independent living
    Establishing collaborative environments. Design and develop novel collaborative environments,combining social networking and collaborative networks of care provision stakeholders to facilitate support, companionship, and community participation.
    AI4
    VI5: Advanced set of organised and commercial services aiming to enhance diminishing abilities of seniors and caring for seniors so that they can live independently
    Assisting mobility. Integrate and customize methods and tools to assist mobility, including services for localization, trip planning, navigation, orientation in complex environments, driving assistance, and inter-modal transportation, focusing elderly needs.
    AI5
    Converging Independent and Sustainable Living. Explore the alignment of ICT for Independent Living with smart grid and sustainable development technologies.
    VI6: Tools to ensure security, ethics, rights, and privacy on data and used services
    AI6
    Assess impacts. Promote integrative studies on the sociological, economic, ethical, and quality of life impacts of introducing services and technologies for independent living.
    VI7: Mechanisms to increase knowledge dissemination, training and learning through sharing both for seniors and all other stakeholders
    RI1
    Training for new environments. Define new community-based training programs leveraging the potential of new technology-based assistive environments.
    RI2
    From vision to research actions
  • 11. Engaging stakeholders
    Fifty-six people from nineteen different countries applied
    Two thirds of
    applicants were
    male (68%)
    2
  • 12. Feedback : preliminary findings
    Clearly there is a major role for Collaborative Networks in ICT and Ageing
    Most voted actions involve
    • Collaborative environments
    • 13. Collaborative ecosystems
    • 14. Collaboration platforms
    • 15. Participatory communities
    There have been some gaps in earlier thinking that are emerging from stakeholderfeedback
    • climate change/energy sustainability
    • 16. Legacy / cross-generations / end of life
    Stakeholders agreed on the need to combine (ICT) research actions with policy-related actions
    Some needs are “horizontal” to all life settings
    e.g. Training, infrastructures
    2
  • 17. Yearnings / gropings and alignments
    From autonomy to inter-dependence – the personalised individual in family and community
    From virtual environments to augmenting physical environments
    From ‘ageing society’ to ‘counter ageing society’
    Towards joint policies on social and functional inclusion
    Recognising the social determinants of health and well-being
    Recognising the differing urban/rural experiences and the importance of transport and mobility
    Affective design – from satisfying needs to delighting customers
    2
  • 18. User participation and engagement
    As co-designer
    Building capacity to maximise international engagement for global markets
    As seeker
    As participant
    Engagement complexity
    As subject
    customer
    Local
    Regional
    National
    European
    International.
    2
    Contextual complexity
  • 19. An Integrated Local / Regional Plan
    3
  • 20. Published 19th February 2010
    Published 26th May 2010
    Published 7th July 2010
    Published 16th February 2011
    An integrated 10 point plan
    3
  • 21. An Economic and Societal Vision
    Louth’s Age-Friendly Business Action Plan
    Vision
    The objective of this Action Plan is to help sustain, support and create jobs and new models of flexible value creating enterprise through developing Louth as a leader in age-friendly business in Ireland and globally.
    To position Louth as Ireland’s most ready, prepared and active age-friendly business county supporting business to meet the economic opportunity of people living longer and healthier lives.
    3
  • 22. 5 Action Areas
    3
  • 23. Age-awareness connecting actions
    3
  • 24. EU - Innovation Union
    • A flagship project of Europe 2020 – A Strategy for a Smart , Sustainable and Inclusive Economy
    • 25. Creating more jobs, building a greener society and improving our quality of life – while maintaining competitiveness on global markets.
    • 26. World class science performer
    • 27. Remove obstacles to innovation
    • 28. Revolutionise the way public and private sectors work together
    • 29. Innovation partnerships between EU institutions, national and regional authorities and business
    Check out website at http://ec.europa.eu/research/innovation-union
    4
  • 30. Innovation Partnership – Active & Healthy Ageing
    524 Contributions to Consultation process – only 8 from Ireland and all private (81 from Spain) !
    • Local and regional initiatives benefiting from global knowledge and experience
    • 31. Focusing on implementation and bringing tangible results to citizens
    • 32. Thinking outside of usual channels, structures and definitions
    • 33. funding,
    • 34. evidence,
    • 35. regulation/framework conditions,
    • 36. building capacity/skills
    • 37. 4 main action areas
    Joining up efforts – shared visions and common targets
    Bridging gaps between public & private actions and instruments
    Facilitating scale-up of results – reducing complexity, fragmentation, supporting convergence
    Improving framework conditions – removing bottlenecks, addressing common regulatory needs – achieving critical mass.
    4
  • 38. Implementation Science ?
    Policy
    development
    Organisational fit.
    transformation
    Quality of implementation.
    Replicability
    Scalability
    Adaptability
    Fidelity
    Purveyors
    Intermediaries
    Practitioners
    Research /
    Evidence
    Programme fit.
    adaptation
    4
    OPEN MARKET – or - EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE IMPLEMENTATION ?
  • 39. Consortium members/beneficiaries
    Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) UK (Belfast)
    Centre for Science, Society and Citizenship (CSSC) Italy
    Trilateral Research and Consulting (TRI) UK (London)
    Global Security Inc (GSI)
    University of Tasmania (UT) Australia
    UNINOVA, Portugal
    University of Amsterdam (UVA),
    Netwell centre, Dundalk Institute of Technology (DKIT) Ireland
    VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik Gmbh, Germany
  • 40.
  • 41. Thank youNetwell - CasalaContact:Rodd.Bond@Netwellcentre.org