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Intervención Roberto Santoro. Presidente ESoCE net, ENOLL governance chair, Living Labs en las Primeras Jornadas de Centros de Conocimiento. Citilab Cornellà #citilab #joceco

Intervención Roberto Santoro. Presidente ESoCE net, ENOLL governance chair, Living Labs en las Primeras Jornadas de Centros de Conocimiento. Citilab Cornellà #citilab #joceco

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  • 1. The European Network of Living Labs and the Open Innovation
    I JORNADAS DE CENTROS DE CONOCIMIENTO
    Citilab-Cornella Barcelona
    26-27 de marzo 2010.
    Roberto Santoro, COLLABS Coordinator, ENoLL Co-Chair , ESoCE Net President
  • 2. European Society of Concurrent Engineering
    Over 500 members
    50% Academic 50% Industrial
    35 Countries worldwide
    Established in 1994 as Non-profit-making organisation
    Sustainable knowledge community for Concurrent Enterprising
    ESoCE Industrial Forum
    USER DRIVEN OPEN INNOVATION
    Rome, December 2009
    Collaborative Environment for Sustainable Innovation
    2010
    Lugano, 21-23 June,
    Concurrent Engineering-Enterprising-Innovation
    Community based Living Labs
    Collaborative Networks
    WWW.ESOCE.NET
    Rsantoro@esoce.net
  • 3. From Vision to Action
    CI area Roadmapping process Projects
    Research Need
    Vision
    Policy &
    Regulation
    Harmonized legal framework for open innovation & collaborative business at EU level
    Address regulatory needs for networked organizations and individuals
    LION : Legal issues for Llabsopen innovation
    Service/Product development
    Islands of
    Engineering collaborative work place fully support participation of all stakeholders
    Develop models for open collaborative & concurrent workspace
    automation
    supporting new
    collaborative
    CRESCENDO
    technologies
    Business: User driven demand creation
    Elaborate inclusive business models for LLabs, Clusters and networked organizations,
    Consumers, suppliers and partners are fully involved in the value and demand creation
    Organization: Networked professionals & organizations
    Companies and People interactions will be supported by extensive IT services & platforms as business utility
    Study, design & develop an open, self-adaptive, generic ICT integrated solution and services
    Human:
    Creativity
    Approaches for augmenting effectiveness of human interaction based on diversity
    People creativty and productivity benefits form multicultural interaction
    KBS: Human KBS Experience in Virtual worlds
  • 4. Living Labs and User Driven Open Innovation
    Living Labs are User Driven Open Innovation Platforms where stakeholders have formed a Public-Private-People-Partnership (PPPP) of firms, public agencies, universities, institutes and users all collaborating for creating, prototyping, and validating new service-products and societal infrastructures in real-life contexts. Such contexts are cities, villages and rural areas as well as industrial plants.”
    A Living Lab empowers users to driveresearch, development and innovation for ICT based services addressing major socio-economic issues (energy and environment; well being, e-health and inclusion; media and creativity; logistics and manufacturing regional development…)
    • Bringing users early into the creative process, accessing the Collective Intelligence
    • 5. Bridging the innovation gap between technology development and the uptake of new products and services
    • 6. Allowing for early assessment of the socio-economic implications of new technological solutions
  • User-driven Open Innovation: Functional Region scenario
    Regional Cluster
    Industry and Research Entities
    Company
    Research Centre
    Public
    Institution
    VPC
    VPC
    University
    Living Lab
    User community
    Social Settings
    LL client
    Social
    Community
    New product/
    Service Co-creation
    LL Collaborative ICT Infrastructure
  • 7. LLAB Concurrent Innovation Vortex for Reality Breeding: From Promising Ideas to solve user needs to validated opportunities for the ICT service market
    Ideas Competition
    Improved capacities for SMEs, including micro-entrepreneurs, to develop, validate and integrate new ideas and rapidly scale-up their services and products from their local region to other regions with different characteristics
    Developing
    Conceiving
    User Driven Demand Creation
    LLab Innovation Vortex
    Evaluating
    Experiencing
    Validated Opportunity
    • Service/Product
    • 8. Market demand
    • 9. Collaborative Enterprise
  • European Network of Living Labs
    2006
    2007
    2008
    • 129 Living Labs
    • 10. Hundreds of public bodies, including Municipalities, Innovation Agencies, Universities...
    • 11. Thousands of companies, especially SMEs clusters
    • 12. Hundreds of thousands of final users organized in user communities
    ENoLL 4th Wave lauching 2010!
  • 13. ENoLL AISBL Council and Secretariat
    LL-Open
    LL-Partners
    energy
    council
    LL-Policy
    secretariat
    LL-Partners
    health
    ENoLL
    cities
    regio
    media
    manufacturing
  • 14. Open Innovation and LLABSCo-Creating “SMART” COMMONS
  • 15. User Driven ENoLL Services
    ENoLL Services
    entry point of contact for User Driven Open Innovation and Future Internet Services
    Living Lab Prize
    Policy Linking
    Share practices and success stories
    Co-Learning Summer School
    Catalyzing Opportunities for wide scale cross-border pilots
    Co-create Commons accessible to the Community
    Enable Networking through physical and virtual events
    3° wave MembersExpectations
    • international visibility, prestige, brand
    • 16. attract business to the region
    • 17. access European funding
    • 18. co-creation of new knowledge on llabs
    • 19. share users communities globally
    • 20. share practices, for-with-by-user methods, business models, ipr
    • 21. Collaborate in joint large scale pilots
    • 22. get connected to new partners
  • Living Labs Services for SMEs Innovation
    CO-LLABS CIP project apr 2008- jul 2010 Coordinated by ESoCE Net
    SMEs
    The over-all objective of the CO-LLABS Thematic Network is to achieve a European-wide adoption of ICT-based Living lab services and practices to allow SMEs to improve their innovation processes and become part of “open innovation” environments
    Expert Support Partner
    Innovation
    Agency
    Living Lab
    Organiser
    Supporting Enoll Development and Policy Linking
    Catalizing Multi Site Collaboarative Pilots
    http://www.ami-communities.eu/wiki/CO-LLABS
  • 23. Main Results
    Best practices on how Living Labs and Experience research services are supporting SMEs innovation: identification, evaluation and exchange of such practices within and across European regions.
    Pilots development of SME-oriented Living Lab initiatives in domains of e-business, e-inclusion, e-health, and stimulating the collaboration among Living Labs, innovation agencies and business stakeholders to develop these pilots.
    Living labs business models and governance structures development for networks of Living labs supporting SMEs.
    Network mobilisation, exploitation and dissemination to create an active community stimulating SMEs for open innovation and exchange experience in how to use the living labs concept for SME innovation.
    Policy initiative development to stimulate Living labs, Innovation Agencies and Research organisations to work with SMEs on open innovation.
    Joint action plan to establish self-sustainable pilots and ensure viability of the CO-LLABS / ENoLL network after its formal project duration.
  • 24. Regional living lab policy for the benefit of SME
    Enhancing regional innovation systems to foster SME innovation: the role of living labs as part of regional policy instruments
    Establish a Functional Region Model
    Leverage Network Scale Factors for ensuring Sustainability
    Towards a set of recommendations and a way forward
    Constitute a Group of Regional Living Lab Policy Innovators
    Develop a joint action plan for validating emerging policies
    Functional Region Model
    Sustainability and Impact Indicators
    Consensus Building and Consolidation
    Regional Living Lab Policy Prize
  • 25. MedLab Project
    ERDF 2007-2013 Territorial Cooperation
    MED Programme: competitiveness of Med space, territorial cohesion, sustainable development
    Objective 1.1: dissemination of innovative technologies and know-how
    Two Italian partners: Latium and Sicily + FAO
    Objective: build a Mediterranean Living Lab
    Multi-level multi-sector governance network
    Integration of LL approach into regional policy
    National networks as an intermediate step
    Trans-national Pilot Projects
    Inno-SMEs, Rural, Coastal, Planning, Tourism
  • 26. APOLLON:
    Advanced Pilots of Living Labs Operating in Networks
    What is needed for cross-border Living Lab Networks?
    SMEs can use Living Lab networks to test and enter new markets!
    EnergyEfficiency
    Homecare & ILS
    eParticipation
    eManufacturing
    The APOLLON objectives:
    • Demonstrate the value for SMEs of a European network of local open innovation platforms
    • 27. Set up thematic networks of Living Labs across Europe
    • 28. Develop a common approach for cross-border Living Lab experiments
  • Impact Creation Strategy
    manufacturing
    SMEs
    access other markets
    eParticipation
    Domain Networks and Services by ENoLL
    LLABs
    Scale-up cross-border projects
    energy
    Cross-border thematic domain Networks
    media
    health
  • 29. SMEs and Living Labs
    SMEs can engage with Living Labs
    Access and Share knowledge by registering to ENoLL thematic domains
    Take opportunities to be actively involved in ENoLLpilots
    New Benefits for SMEs
    Access Living Labs community
    Living Labs are your new market
    “Reality check” and Commercial viability
    Access network of clusters
    Complement your capabilities with new partners
    Set up Collaborative developments for new products/services
  • 30. Dissemination Approach
  • 31. Partners Involvement Level
  • 32. APOLLON Partners
    Supporting Partner:68 organisations (58 at the project kick-off) from 23 European Countries signed a letter of support, committing to one or several vertical domains.
    Associate Partner: 17 organisations (0 at the project kick-off) from 7 European Countries are in the process of becoming Associate Partners.
  • 33. APOLLON Workshops and Events
  • 34. APOLLON: Your Next Event
  • 35. Galileo Advanced INnovation Services
  • 36. “reality checks”
    • The GNSS Living Lab Prize will award three winners, who will get the opportunity to conduct a “reality check trial” in a suitable Living Lab with the involvement of relevant user communities and potential future customers.
    • 37. The nominated innovators will thus benefit from the:
    • 38. validation of their ideas
    • 39. user-oriented engineering of their products and services
    • 40. development of their entrepreneurial team
    • 41. intensifying of their network of industrial relationships
    • 42. In addition the winners will receive a prize money of EUR 10.000 each
    • 43. Theme 1: GNSS for health, ageing and inclusion
    • 44. Theme 2: GNSS for energy efficiency and environment
    • 45. Theme 3: Media and Participation
  • Timetable
    3-5 March: Official launch of the European Satellite Navigation Competition;
    1st May to 31st July: Ideas submission;
    1st August to 30 Sep: Ideas evaluation;
    3rd week of October (TBC): Award ceremony in Munich;
    4th week of October 2010, calls for proposals open to Living Labs to ensure the best possible breeding environment for the winning ideas
    Guaranteed access to users communities, relevant to the winning ideas;
    Potential for adoption;
    Capability of attracting additional resources for undertaking the „reality checks“ activities, to ensure that the required mobilisation of resources is achieved.
    1st December 2010 to 31st January 2011; Submission of proposal from Living Labs, for adopting and implementing the winning ideas;
    1st of April 2011 (TBC): Start of the trials in the selected Living Labs.
  • 46. Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting Living LabsCoordination Action Toward SMART CITIES
    • Engaging Diverse Communities
    • 47. Creating Commons
    • 48. Empowering the emergent SMART CITIES NETWORK
  • Open innovation for future Internet-enabled services in Smart Cities
    Several Pilot B projects are planned to be supported with the aim of accelerating the uptake of innovative Internet-based technologies and services in cities. The pilots should apply user-driven open innovation methodologies across networks of smart cities. draft Work Programme 2010 CIP-ICT-PSThttp://ec.europa.eu/ict_psp .
    16-17 November 2009, in Brussels a workshop organized by EUROCITIES and DG-INFSO to elaborate a position paper on Open innovation for future Internet-enabled services in "smart" cities
    15 January 2010, in Brussels a Constituency building workshop will be held on the ICT PSP Work Programme Theme 4 Organized by the Commission.
    26 January 2010, in Brussels Networking sessions for proposals preparation jointly organized by the 3 relevant communities for the Smart Cities call: ENoLL, EUROCITIES and Future Internet Communities
  • 49. JOIN The Open System of Living Labs Communities !
    LL-Open
    LL-Partners
    Individuals can register at any time at http://www.ami-communities.eu
    Public Institutions and Industrial Organizations can apply as associated member, LL-Partners of ENoLL at http://www.openlivinglabs.eu
    Express your interest to become APOLLON Supporting Partner http://www.apollon-pilot.eu/contact.html
    energy
    LL-Policy
    LL-Partners
    health
    ENoLL
    cities
    regio
    media
    manufacturing

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