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Open innovation athene2
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Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
Open innovation athene2
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  • 1. Citizen Engagement & Open Innovation Amsterdam Athens, 3rd Dec 2013 Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor @KatalinG
  • 2. The dynamics of the cities we are living ...
  • 3. 1. City as an interface
  • 4. 2. Platforms- We participate… !
  • 5. 3. P2P Markets –We share …
  • 6. How city governance can catch up with these trends?
  • 7. Individual need to work free, connected, fast
  • 8. Institutional answer…
  • 9. Tech gap ? City Citizens • Local governance is decentralized, ‘silo’ culture. Incredibly tough to introduce cross-sectoring theme’s • Challenged by budget cuts. • Generally risk-averse. • 24 hours connected, action-minded • Craving for immediate feed-back from city. • Cities are less adoptive with new tech Connected 24 hours • They do care about the living, reshaping the city
  • 10. Cities need their citizens and vice versa…
  • 11. Different velocities - Citizens & their city….. An encounter between digital pioneers and an overcautious mammoth…
  • 12. >>Open innovation offers a way to cities to create a more participatory government and makes the best use of novel ICT solutions while enhancing the creativity of the city based entrepreneurs, hackers, civic innovators. >>>Enabling a modern 21st century civil services
  • 13. Open Innovation brought us back to the citizens • • • • Citizen Engaging Platforms Smart Toolkits (air pollution) Community Currencies Integrated part of Amsterdam Smart Cities PPP- > Smart Citizens Program
  • 14. Smart Citizen Engagement
  • 15. Open Innovation Ecosystem Beyond City Governance ICT tools, Funding, community Innovation Intermediaries
  • 16. Circulation – the need for counterpart to feel strong
  • 17. Open Innovation Fuel projects
  • 18. 1. EU Project: Code for Europe
  • 19. Code for Europe
  • 20. 2. EU project: Open Cities
  • 21. Local Crowdsourcing challenges • 400 ideas in 1.5 year • 240 registered city ‘innovator’ • Active policy maker representation
  • 22. High political representation: 206 ideas 24
  • 23. EU Challenge • Challenge Period: Sept 2013- Nov 15 2013
  • 24. EU Challenge
  • 25. EU Challenge • Challenge Period: Sept 2013- Nov 15 2013
  • 26. 28
  • 27. Tech driven + Off Line meet ups -Supply driven -Citizen driven real time meet ups
  • 28. Dissemination: PICNIC • 250 SME’s, policy makers, large scale dissemination
  • 29. Catch Up. Public Crowdsourcing market initiatives in public sector …rapidly growing
  • 30. …closed-ended platform users generates mass of 90.000
  • 31. Future: crowdsourcing + crowdfunding
  • 32. Open Data Platform with crowdsourcing
  • 33. Proud… • 3 hackathons (apps for Amsterdam) • 68 city apps • 22 workshops for civil servants • 1 person responsible for data collection • 1 strong integral Open Data vison (AEB)
  • 34. Open Innovation Evolution in Amsterdam • An established Civic Innovator, hacker network (2.600 members) • OPEN DATA release & business incubation • 300 datasets open in 2013 • 2010 – 0 eur budget • 2013 – 1,5 M EUR budget • Amsterdam local crowdsourcing portal • Rich network of EU cities, SME’s, innovation agencies that help local lobby • 6 crowdsourced city challenges, 3 ICT fellows, a robust ICT back end architecture from citySDK
  • 35. Economic relevance op Open Innovation • Transparency, participatory budgeting • Start Up business Acceleration. • Working towards a Civic Apps Store/ Marketplace (Europe Commons). • Ecosystem of cities, app developers, innovation agencies strong USP for investors.
  • 36. Conclusions Citizen Engagement • • • • • • • Commit from policy level Reward participation Save money on interface interoperability Power of Social Media Power of Ecosystem Look for EU collaborations (FI-PPP, Horizon 2020, ENOLL, Eurocities) Create local hero’s for Civic engagement(policy level)
  • 37. Change By Us Localization
  • 38. Stay Inspired • Meet A. Townsend & • Dan Hill (iFabrica) – Manifest for Smart Citizens
  • 39. Thank you! Katalin Gallyas gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl @katalinG

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