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Part I: Experimentation and Innovation Facilities for Smart Cities – Opportunities and Needs,

Part II: Collaboration Requirements and Opportunities in the Future Internet, Living Labs and Smart City Communities

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    • @ Future Internet Assembly conf., Ghent 2010-12-16
      ” Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting Living Labs – towards Smart Cities ”
      Session IV: Smart Cities and Future Internet Experimentation
      – Part I: Experimentation and Innovation Facilities for Smart Cities – Opportunities and Needs
      – Part II: Collaboration Requirements and Opportunities in the Future Internet, Living Labs and Smart City Communities
      Moderators:
      Alex Gluhak & Michael Nilsson,
      Smart Santander, FIREBALL projects
    • Key Notes & Panellists I:
      • Moderator: Alex Gluhak
      • Key Note, Mikael Börjeson, CDT
      • Key Note, Margarete Donovang-Kuhlish, IBM
      • Timo Lahnalampi, DIMES, Firestation
      • Jose M. Hernandez-Munoz, Telefonica, Smart Santander
      • Alvaro Oliveira, Alfamicro, Peripheria
      • EsteveAlmiral, Esade, Open Cities
      • Martin Bryskov, Aarhus University
    • Key Notes & Panellists II:
      • Moderator: Michael Nilsson, CDT
      • Key Note, Hans Schaffers, ESoCE Net, Fireball
      • Key Note, Piet Demeester, IBBT
      • Nicos Komninos, URENIO, Fireball
      • Heikki Huomo, CIE
      • Georgios Tselentis, DG INFSO & Media
      • Nick Wainwright, HP Labs
      • Kimmo Ojuva, DIMES, Panlab II
    • DECEMBER 14 - 17:FIREBALL at FIA in Ghent – Belgium
      Thanks!
      www.fireball4smartcities.eu
      michael.nilsson@cdt.ltu.se
    • Questions II: 1(2)
      • How can we increase the intelligence of cities? Does the collaboration among the Future Internet – Living Labs – Smart City communities provide insights and solutions? Any examples from the ENoLL?
       
      • How the collaboration of FI-LL-SC can address the current major challenges of cities in terms of competitiveness, employment, and environmental sustainability?
       
    • Questions II: 2(2)
      • How can we increase the intelligence of cities? Does the collaboration among the Future Internet – Living Labs – Smart City communities provide insights and solutions? Any examples from the ENoLL?
       
      • How the collaboration of FI-LL-SC can address the current major challenges of cities in terms of competitiveness, employment, and environmental sustainability?
       
    • Questions II: 1(2)
      • Which are the requirements from city governments in order to pave the way for Future Internet applications and services in the cities? Is there any benefit for cities?
       
      • Is there any link between the collaboration models of FI-LL-SC and the business models for Smart Cities? Can we outline any impact on the sustainability of smart cities?
    • A definition of Smart City
      “We believe a city to be smart when investments in human and social capital and traditional (transport) and modern (ICT) communications infrastructurefuel sustainable economic growth and a high quality of life, with a wise management of natural resources, through participatory governance”
      A. Caragliu, C. del Bo, P. Nijkamp (2009)
    • Key drivers from Smart Cities of Future Internet Open Innovation (1).
      • Socio-economic ambitions of large cities / city marketing
      • Need for connectedness (cities – rural areas – regions)
      • Broadband deployment experiences, need for applications pull after the infrastructure
      • Technology push. Need to create experimentation environments to stimulate innovation
    • Key drivers from Smart Cities of Future Internet Open Innovation (2).
      • Driving network development
      • Impact of Internet infrastructure on business attractiveness of cities
      • Need to create open innovation environments to attract business and knowledge centres
    • Future internet Domain Landscape
      Under construction
    • Living Lab domain landscape:
      user co-creation
      Under construction
    • Landscape layers (1)
      Under construction
      City and urban development
      Innovation facilities and processes
      Networked applications and innovations
      Internet technologies
    • Landscape structure (2)
      ”The map of opportunities”
      Under construction
      Energy-efficiency in urban areas
      Participative planning
      “Sustainable growth and high quality of life through participatory governance”
      Smart City
      Citizens Needs and Networked Applications
      Entrepreneurship support, jobs
      Government and citizens services
      Affordable health and care for all
      Testbeds in FP7: OneLab2, PII, VITAL++, WISEBED, FEDERICA
      Emerging Smart City
      Innovation ecosystems
      Future Internet
      Research
      Technologies
      For Smart Cities
      Smart CityApplications
      (federated)
      Testbeds
      User driven
      innovation
      Smart City Internet pilots: Creative media, health and care, energy
      Barcelona, Manchester, Helsinki etc
      Content Management
      JOOMLA
      Visualisation
      Wiki’s
      Technologies
      For Smart Cities
      (Emerging, growing,
      maturing)
      Intelligence
      Data mining
      Web design
      OLAP
      mashups
      Simulation for decision making
      Living Labs: ENoLL (200+ living labs), APOLLON etc
      3D tools
      FIRE experimentally-driven
      advanced research projects
      (OPNEX, ECODE, NANODATACENTERS, N4C etc)
      Collective intelligence
      Collaboration Web
      Co-design tools
      Access for all
      Broadband networks
      Crowdsourcing
      Community support
      Virtual collaboration
      Security and trust
    • Landscape (example of topics)
      Digital Agenda
      Future Internet PPP (FP7)
      CIP pilots Smart Cities
      Internet of Thingsaction plan
      Enterprise-friendlyinfrastructures
      Empowered citizens
      Smart energy
      Sustainabledevelopment
      Collaborative working facilities
      Smart mobility
      Health and care
      Connectedexperimentationfacilities
      City-based living labs
      Living lab methodologies
      FIRE facilities / platforms
      Regional partnerships
      E-participation platforms
      Collaborativenetworks
      Intelligent utility networks
      Interoperability support
      Connectedworkplaces
      Common platforms
      Trust, security, identity management
      Semantic web
      Orchestrationsystems
      Platform integration
      FP7-ICT projects
      Composable services and networks
      Future Internet architecture
      Sensor networks
      Virtualisation
      FIRE projects
      GENI
      Access technologies
      Federated networks
      AKARI (JP)
    • FIRE and Living Lab interplay for Smart Cities innovation
    • Smart Cities and Living Labs
      The Living Lab participatory processes combine both the strengths of collective intelligence and innovation capacity of people and the mediating role of ICTs in organising global value chains of suppliers and customers.
      – Living Labs are Open Innovation Ecosystems of Smart Cities.
    • SEPTEMBER:FIREBALL at ICT2010 in Brussels – Belgium
      OCTOBER:FIREBALL at Knowledge Society Forum in Birmingham – UK
      NOVEMBER:FIREBALL at the Connected Smart City meeting in Helsinki – Finland
      DECEMBER:FIREBALL at FIA in Ghent – Belgium
      DONE!
      DONE!
      Meet up 2010
    • DECEMBER 14 - 17:FIREBALL at FIA in Ghent – Belgium
      Thanks!
      www.fireball4smartcities.eu
      michael.nilsson@cdt.ltu.se
    • @ Future Internet Assembly conf., Ghent 2010-12-14
      ” Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting Living Labs – towards Smart Cities ”
      Living Labs and Smart Cities: Open innovation for the Future Internet
      – Session: Towards Future Internet: what can it mean for Living Labs and Smart Cities
      Moderator:
      Michael Nilsson, CDT
      Project Coordinator FIREBALL
    • Session objectives.
      To reflect on “Smart Cities” as centres for user driven open innovation, using Future Internet technology in a user-friendly way to enable a truly knowledge-based society.
      New technologies can be used in developing new public services. Through the usage of Living Labs methodologies in the city, successful concepts can be identified, and user co-creation can enhance the innovation process, resulting in successful and sustainable services.
    • Speakers & Panellists:
      • Piet Demeester, IBBT
      • Margarete Donovang-Kuhlish, IBM
      • Hans-Bart Van Impe, Belgacom
      • Luis Munoz, Univ. Of Cantabria, Smart Santander
      • Jarmo Eskelinen, Forum Virium
    • DECEMBER 14 - 17:FIREBALL at FIA in Ghent – Belgium
      Thanks!
      www.fireball4smartcities.eu
      michael.nilsson@cdt.ltu.se
    • Questions: 1(4)
      • How to make a new technology ready for Living Lab testing?
      • How to operate an interdisciplinary research team?
      • How to get the users involved?
      • What is the difference between “application” – “network” testing?
    • Questions: 2(4)
      • TV Kiosk: It looks like a very simple service? What is new about it?
      • What did you learn during the whole process ?
      • And more specifically about the importance of FIRE infrastructure (in this case the Virtual Wall and the portable platform) ?
      • How long did it take to come to this result ?• What was the biggest challenge to work in a “real” environment ?
    • Questions: 3(4)
      • What are the motives, in experimentation with technology in the context of innovation environments established in cities?
      • What are the opportunities companies as Future Internet technology providers see for experimentation in Smart City environments?
      • What are the role of citizens and businesses in Smart Cities as innovation environments?
    • Questions: 4(4)
      • What are the most difficult challenges faced with experimentation in such city environments?
      • What is the role of living labs environments in smart cities?
      • What are the potential benefits of future internet research and experimentation in smart cities`?
      • How can a win-win-win situation (FIRE+LivingLabs+Smart Cities) created to strengthen urban innovation ecosystems?
    • Questions I: 1(2)
      • ..