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Open innovation athene2

  1. 1. Citizen Engagement & Open Innovation Amsterdam Athens, 3rd Dec 2013 Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor @KatalinG
  2. 2. The dynamics of the cities we are living ...
  3. 3. 1. City as an interface
  4. 4. 2. Platforms- We participate… !
  5. 5. 3. P2P Markets –We share …
  6. 6. How city governance can catch up with these trends?
  7. 7. Individual need to work free, connected, fast
  8. 8. Institutional answer…
  9. 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. 10. Cities need their citizens and vice versa…
  11. 11. Different velocities - Citizens & their city….. An encounter between digital pioneers and an overcautious mammoth…
  12. 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. 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. 14. Smart Citizen Engagement
  15. 15. Open Innovation Ecosystem Beyond City Governance ICT tools, Funding, community Innovation Intermediaries
  16. 16. Circulation – the need for counterpart to feel strong
  17. 17. Open Innovation Fuel projects
  18. 18. 1. EU Project: Code for Europe
  19. 19. Code for Europe
  20. 20. 2. EU project: Open Cities
  21. 21. Local Crowdsourcing challenges • 400 ideas in 1.5 year • 240 registered city ‘innovator’ • Active policy maker representation
  22. 22. High political representation: 206 ideas 24
  23. 23. EU Challenge • Challenge Period: Sept 2013- Nov 15 2013
  24. 24. EU Challenge
  25. 25. EU Challenge • Challenge Period: Sept 2013- Nov 15 2013
  26. 26. 28
  27. 27. Tech driven + Off Line meet ups -Supply driven -Citizen driven real time meet ups
  28. 28. Dissemination: PICNIC • 250 SME’s, policy makers, large scale dissemination
  29. 29. Catch Up. Public Crowdsourcing market initiatives in public sector …rapidly growing
  30. 30. …closed-ended platform users generates mass of 90.000
  31. 31. Future: crowdsourcing + crowdfunding
  32. 32. Open Data Platform with crowdsourcing
  33. 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. 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. 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. 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. 37. Change By Us Localization
  38. 38. Stay Inspired • Meet A. Townsend & • Dan Hill (iFabrica) – Manifest for Smart Citizens
  39. 39. Thank you! Katalin Gallyas gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl @katalinG

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