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experimental facilities  Future Internet for “Smarter Cities” and User-centric Open Innovation (Living Labs) Mikael Börjes...
Future Internet Tbit/s net HTML 5 Mobile-IP …  of things IPv6 and things Web    2 * Web every 7 th  month an increasingly...
What is a “Smart City” “…  the concept of the "smart city" has been introduced as a strategic device to encompas...
User-centric Open Innovation (LL) We want users to fill our network with content (and pay for IT) People do not know what ...
Example – Crowd Desire Prediction
Example – Smart Traffic Environments
Example – Smart Energy D/R Management
Opportunities in Synnergy Open user-centric innovation Smart Cities Future  Internet E 3 Experience and Environments for E...
Thanks! Mikael Börjeson, CEO CDT, Sweden [email_address]
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  1. 1. experimental facilities Future Internet for “Smarter Cities” and User-centric Open Innovation (Living Labs) Mikael Börjeson, CEO CDT, Sweden [email_address]
  2. 2. Future Internet Tbit/s net HTML 5 Mobile-IP … of things IPv6 and things Web  2 * Web every 7 th month an increasingly energized and growing global shared information space which allows more and more people and things to experience, share and co-create information and info-based “anythings” all inevitably adding to the Future Internet global shared information space which allows more and more people to experience, share and co-create information and info-based “anythings” an increasingly energized and growing all inevitably adding to the Future Internet ≈ 3% IT kW e All kW e
  3. 3. What is a “Smart City” “… the concept of the "smart city" has been introduced as a strategic device to encompass modern urban production factors in a common framework and to highlight the growing importance of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), social and environmental capital in profiling the competitiveness of cities” /Wikipedia City Governor has impressive IQ Excellent IT infra structure All city assets have RFID tags Many City-app’s in AppStore City servants replaced by avatars A City offering integrated ICT solutions that “cleverly” resolves D/R challenges, in citizen desireable ways 11 min drive-around to find a parking lot 25+ min/day in public lines a significant market of actors who share many needs in a complex, high-density and occasionally congested (D/R-challenging) environment with a wealth of opportunities
  4. 4. User-centric Open Innovation (LL) We want users to fill our network with content (and pay for IT) People do not know what kind of technology they need until they see IT We invited users to test our service but hardly anyone came (Co-)Creation with users is soon “standard-must”, since time-to-market and sustainaility are important Find and follow Internet “lead-users” today to discover tech. needs of tomorrow When addressing D/R challenges, dialogues with citizens are crucial to find good solutions - Living Lab - a system of expertise, methods, tools and information for context efficient involvement of users in open co-creative need-finding and design of desireable products, services and solutions
  5. 5. Example – Crowd Desire Prediction
  6. 6. Example – Smart Traffic Environments
  7. 7. Example – Smart Energy D/R Management
  8. 8. Opportunities in Synnergy Open user-centric innovation Smart Cities Future Internet E 3 Experience and Environments for Experimentation
  9. 9. Thanks! Mikael Börjeson, CEO CDT, Sweden [email_address]

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