Présentation de France Living Labs, partenaire du projet européen IDeALL (Design & Living Labs), IDeALL meeting Barcelone, January 16th 2014
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Présentation de France Living Labs, partenaire du projet européen IDeALL (Design & Living Labs), IDeALL meeting Barcelone, January 16th 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. France Living Labs Initiative Design & Living Lab (D2L) Working Group Brigitte Trousse, F2L Présidente Isabelle Verilhac, D2L WG Leader 27/01/2014 1
  • 2. Plan 1. France Living Labs (F2L) 2. Design & Living Lab Working Group 3. F2L IDeALL Partners 4. IDeALL Supporting Partners 5. Examples from F2L Living Labs 2
  • 3. 1. France Living labs • 2012: creation of an 1901 association with 21 living labs founding members. • To day after the 7th ENoLL wave the french network is composed of more than 50 living Labs. Objectives of F2L • To support operations of its members, • To animate the network, promoting the concept of living lab, supporting the sharing of methods and tools, • and to promote the ENoLL label and the Living lab approach by organizing various events and to finally contributing to the maturity of Living Labs. 3
  • 4. 1. France Living labs • Paris, February 2013: Signature of « Memorandum Of Understanding » (MoU) between France Living Labs and ENoLL • St Etienne, March 2013: Partner of the Conference « Design & Innovation » at the International Biennale Design • Nice, June 2013: Partner of Innovative City Convention, Coorganisation with Inria of a workshop « Co-creation with users of services of territories of to morrow ». For free registration, contact 4
  • 5. 2. France Living Labs Creation of a Working Group on Design & Living Lab (D2L) Leader: Isabelle Verilhac Members: 14 living labs 5
  • 6. D2L WG: Sharing methodologies and experimentations 2013 • March 15th: First workshop at F2L meeting during the Biennal Internationale conference on Design • March 15th: Participation to the round table at « Design and Living Labs » during the Biennal International Conference, Saint-Etienne 2014 • March: Conference call in march for preparing the event of june • June 25-26: Organisation of a F2L workshop on « Designdriven innovation by Living Labs to co-create smart cities » at Innovative City Convention (Nice) 6
  • 7. 3. IDeALL Partners 2 living Labs as IDeALL partners: • Design Creative City Living Lab – Cité du Design (St Etienne) • E-care Living Lab, MedicAlps (Grenoble)  13 F2L IDEALL supporting partners (including F2L) among the 31 LLs (nearly 50%) 7
  • 8. F2L IDeALL partners • A. Design Creative City - Living Lab - Cité du design (St Etienne) – Isabelle Verilhac • B. e-care Living Lab – Medic@lps (Grenoble) – Séverine Lebreton 8
  • 9. A. Design Creative City - Living Lab Saint-Etienn 9
  • 10. Three expert entities: ESADSE, Biennale and Cité du design 10
  • 11. A creative innovative area 11 250 m² 11
  • 12. International networks • ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs) • EIDD Design for All Europe • Design For All Foundation • BEDA (Bureau of European Design Associations) • UNESCO Creative Cities Network 12
  • 13. University of Lapland European Networks: - ENoLL - ESoCE-NET Laurea University of Applied Sciences Design Innovation Centre Latvia Cité du Design ARDI E-Care Slovakia Design Center Design For All Foundation Citilab Financed by DG Enterprise and Industry Design for user-centred innovation at the European scale European project IDeALL , Integrated Design for All in Living lab 13
  • 14. Innovation with uses service offer from the Cité du design for SME’s and public entities Directe participation of the users in the co creation process Participative Co creation Concept Co création Needs of users known Needs of users not known User experience Uses exploration Indirect participation of users in co creation process 27/01/2014 14
  • 15. Design and Enterprises Promoting the design’s benefits Supporting the first design command User-centred innovation / Living Lab 15
  • 16. Research program Example: “reducing fuel poverty” with Ministry of Housing and and PACT Loire (social housing management association) 2008-2012 16
  • 17. B. e-care Living Lab – Medic@lps Grenoble 27/01/2014 17
  • 18. e-Care Living Lab objectives  To promote the Living Lab approach in the healthcare sector through an operational co-creation platform for the uptake of healthcare innovative solutions  To be at the interface between care organization (patient follow-up) and technical procedure (related medical device)  To develop a territorial user-driven approach of innovative care solutions in the three following major pathologies: 1. Cancer 2. Chronic diseases and diseases of ageing people 3. Neurological diseases and handicap 18
  • 19. From a user centric model to a user driven Medical team Patient Medical team Companies Academic centres « user-centric » model Companies Academic centres « user-driven » model 19
  • 20. Idea – Concept – Products - Services Health Market Access: beyond innovation, milestones to get over … Studies on organisation impact Business models Studies on medical benefit Clinical trials & ICT trials Regulatory/ Official Recognition/ Reimbursement Co-creation Prototyping Evaluation Assessment Time To Market Exploitation 20
  • 21. e-Care Living Lab Case Studies: IDeALL IDeALL (Integrating Design for All in Living Labs) 5 countries , 11 partners Aim: to connect two user-centered communities – Living Labs and Design for All professionals. Role of e-Care Living Lab: evaluate the added value provided by a project engineering methodology combining both design and e-Care Living Lab approaches in terms of medical risk management (acceptability, usability) from the end-user point of view but also from the medical practitioner point of view. 21
  • 22. e-Care Living Lab Case Study: Teleassistance-New Generation Funded by National Agency for Services To People "Technological Innovation and diversification of services to people" Aim: to upgrade a service "tele assistance" which is not responding to user’s needs and very expensive for what it offers  Experimentation in real life conditions in the city of Bourgoin Jallieu  Specific developments: adaptation to care services and accompanying measures for care givers to get over this technological gap 22
  • 23. 4. France Living Labs 13 IDeALL Supporting Partners • • • • • • • • • • • • • La Fabrique du Futur ImaginLab (ex-Levier LL) University of Reunion Island Living Lab Laval Virtual Reality City LLAB (LVRC) Fondaterra Erasme, Parc d'Activités innovantes Living Lab Innov labs – la Cantine by TVT Innovation Integrative usage Lab - Lutin (Living lab de la cité des sciences à Paris) I-Care Cluster -e-care pilot France Living Labs Silicon sentier LLAB Living Lab ActivAgeing ICT Usage Lab 23
  • 24. 5. Illustrations from 5 Living Labs A. Living Lab Innov labs – la Cantine by TVT Innovation (Toulon) B. ICT Usage Lab (Sophia Antipolis) C. Integrative Usage Lab: Lutin - Living lab (Paris) D. Lorraine Smart Cities Living Lab (Nancy) E. ActiveAgeing (Troyes) 24
  • 25. A. Living lab Innov labs – la Cantine by TVT Innovation (Toulon) DESIGNER EN RESIDENCE Catherine Fekrane 25
  • 26. OBJECTIVES • Introduce design as a tool for new innovations, more user-oriented and less final object oriented, seems to us crucial for developing dynamics on the Provence Côte d’Azur regional territory • Setting a pilot entitled « Designer en résidence » between november 2010 and june 2011. • Co-funded by the Regional Council Provence – Alpes - Côte d’Azur via a partnership with the ENSCI-Les Ateliers. • Objectives – To make aware enterprises to design, via the organisation of mensual events: « les Rendez-vous du design » – To support volonteer enterprises in the formulation of a design approach (with the priority the service design) for an operational recommendations, via the free support of a designer en residence at Toulon. 26
  • 27. The Progress A survey was realized with companies accompanied by TVT innovation who took into account: - The interest of the Design for companies - The possible degree of implications of these companies A questionnaire was then proposed to them to validate their interest and their degree of appreciation of the Design Participating companies : – – – – NUMVISION ENNOVIA PANIERS DAVOINE MAISON DU NUMERIQUE 27
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  • 30. B. ICT Usage Lab (Sophia Antipolis) Brigitte Trousse (Inria) & Alain Zarli (CSTB) 1st Living Lab in France labelled by the European Network of Living Labs ENoLL (2006)  Territory: France - Region Provence Alpes - Côte d’Azur (PACA), mainly the riviera coast (Nice, Antibes and Sophia Antipolis …)  Founding members : INRIA, CSTB, Orange Labs, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis  Objective : co-creation with users of services of territories of to morrow, user-driven innovation  Topics: Mobility, Smart cities, Health and Well being, Environment, Intelligent Building  Principle: studying user experience, interdisciplary approach SHS-ICT 30
  • 31. Examples of Experimental Projects Around 10 current projects (ECOFFICES, FIREBALL, ELLIOT, ECOFAMILIES, ..) Two examples Energy: ECOFAMILIES Project, co-designing with citizen the interfaces (HCI) of an application related to their needs in terms of energetical cosommation management -> Involvement of 30 families Environment – Pollution FP7 ICT ELLIOT project : Green Services Use case  involvment of 57 citizens/professionnals (data consumers/producers )  Use of 13 mobile and fixed citizen sensors 31
  • 32. - Energy awareness In the residential sector - Co-design of user interfaces 32
  • 33. Green Services Use Case • Environment sensing – Air quality – Noise Knowledge •Increase awareness on IoT paradigm •Update knowledge on the impact of air quality in daily lives Social •Generate enthusiasm for IoT based services •Create/Improve interest for air quality measurement •Provide trustful services •Foster citizen involvement in air quality measurement •Encourage collaborative tagging and information sharing • For sustainable mobility And Health/Well being Business •Provide robust, relevant and customised environmental information •Provide easy to use and engaging green services •Change citizen behaviour towards a more sustainable lifes •Respect citizen privacy and confidentiality 33
  • 34. Living Lab Experiential Design Approach A concurrent engineering approach based on stakeholders’input Exploration Evaluation Co-creation Experimentation - 34
  • 35. Co-creation Workshop: Health &Well Being Aloha! GenIot Story boarding Smart object & service design 35
  • 36. Citizen Sensors and equiped City MIA Smart Citizen prize 36
  • 37. C. INTEGRATIVE USAGE LAB (IUL: LUTIN) Charles Tijus & Gerard Kubryk IUL LUTIN Living Lab -- City of Science – Paris -- France COGNITIVE DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES The design for all of smart things 27/01/2014 37
  • 38. INTEGRATIVE USAGE LAB (IUL: LUTIN) A living lab dedicated to user-based conception of innovative devices • Media / Creativity . HD, 3D . Virtual world,, . Video-Games, serious games . Brain computing . Smart clothes . Smart Home The design of Internet of Things .… 38
  • 39. The design for all of smart clothes Clothing and accessories Interactive Exploration of the smart dressing of the body we could interact with our clothes .... HOMO TEXTILUS 27/01/2014 Programme Sociétés Innovantes Edition 2011 39
  • 40. PARTNERS HOMO TEXTILUS Hussein Chalayan 40
  • 41. The design for all of smart homes The S H A L L mart ome mbient iving ab project An apartment dedicated to basic research on elderly smart homes, to applied research on technologies of Digital Life for ageing, and mostly to usage tests of industrial innovations for seniors.. 41
  • 43. D. Lorraine Smart Cities Living Lab (Nancy) Collaborative Design for Urban Projects Example: Project La Fabrique Nancy Grand Cœur Laure Morel, Pr. - Laurent Dupont, PhD. Ing. 27/01/2014 43
  • 44. Founder member Research Team Resources Center on Innovation & usages Innovative ventures Incubator Partners & user communities (depend on projects) LORRAINE SMART CITIES LIVING LAB From ideation to incubation. With ERPI laboratory, this Living Lab develops tools, skills and methodologies dedicated to the implementation and the evaluation of collaborative innovation Two platforms allow to improve concepts and turn ideas into social / economical development 44
  • 45. LSC LL Principe Apply tools and methodologies to mobilize actors with collaborative processes (particularly users, consequently citizens) in the different stages of new product development, resting on triptych: Reseach Usage tests Demonstrator Turn industrial or urban Issues into scientific issues based on Socioeconomic context Incubation Create SocioEconomic Values Triptych in the service of the citizens of Lorraine for the development of the territory 45
  • 46. Lorraine Smart Cities Living Lab Region of Lorraine Investors University / laboratories Metz Metropole Local authorities Grand Nancy Businesses Users / Citizens Provide Social networks BOARD PILOTAGE Univ Lor, Promotech CEI, Institutional and socio-economic representatives. - Strategy - Project propositions - Budget Governance by projects: Ad hoc – with users Panels / Experimental ground University experimental platforms Platform of ventures incubation SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL UL, local or international researchers /Specialists/ Experts, Industries-R&D) - Prospective - Technologic strategy - Project validation Venture Co-creators / users / new entrepreneurs / researchers / ventures (clusters, SME, Industries) Communicatio n Financial engineering Financial resources 46
  • 47. Design of Urban Space Working on a moke-up (2011) 47
  • 48. Design and mobility (2012- 2013) Approaches « Design for the co-creation (via le GSI Lab) of the mobility station - Agencement Mobility Station - Localisation in the space / Access Lorraine Smart Cities : design / develop / test via usage 48
  • 49. E. ActivAgeing Living Lab (Troyes) Development of home-based social and healthcare solutions for the elderly using participatory design Dimitri Voilmy – Jacques Duchêne 49
  • 50. Experimentation with innovative technologies in realistic cases Quantified self : Use studies, end-user needs and motivations, assessment Radar Doppler Walking speed Grip-ball Prehension force + Contextual evaluation Phone Pèse-personne Physical activity Weight Balance quality Walking quality HCI Easy to use Adapted to use Questionnaire Exhaustion Declared activity 50
  • 51. Understand social interactions and social practices Behavioral Analysis based on Videography, survey & tests Rapid Prototyping User experience, usability testing Of social sensor devices  Well living and nutrition 51
  • 52. Health and autonomy of the elderly The analysis of topic/activity Motivation Action Feedback For studies of social games at home  Gamification: Engagement loops 52
  • 53. 5. Conclusions • France living Labs : an active french community on Design & Living labs • 50% of the IDEaLL supporting partners (category living labs) are French Living Labs • Original approaches in terms of service design Agenda: France Living Labs Workshop « Design & Living Labs » at Innovative City Convention, Nice, 24-26 June 53
  • 54. Thank you France Living Labs Domaine de Voluceau, BP105 78150 Rocquencourt France Email: 54