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The European Network of Living Labs and ICT for Sustainable Energy


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European Forum "Sharing initiatives for a green and connected city" - 27 May 2008 - Committee of the Regions, Brussels

European Forum "Sharing initiatives for a green and connected city" - 27 May 2008 - Committee of the Regions, Brussels

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    • 1. The European Network of Living Labs and ICT for Sustainable Energy Roberto Santoro - ESoCE Net President, AMI Communities Chair - ENoLL Governance Chair 27 MAY 2008 - TIC 21 - COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS - BRUSSELS
    • 2.
      • Brussels launch june 2004 by Commissioner Erkki Liikkanen - More than 300 participants - Election of the Leadership Group
      • i2010 task force and Living Lab special interest group launch – Budapest February 2005
    • 3. Living Labs for the Knowledge Society User-driven open innovation
      • Increase in services as part of GNP (> 70%).
      • ICT for energy efficiency by moving “things” to the internet and stimulating behavioral changes through energy consumption awareness
      • Recent research studies show that 70% to 80% of new service-product development fails because of a failure to understand real users’ need
      Living Labs turn users into valuable creative contributors in a win-win partnership A Living Lab is a flexible service and technology innovation ecosystem ENoLL is the European Network of Living Labs Technology PRIVATE industry PUBLIC government ACADEMY research ENoLL LLAB LLAB LLAB
    • 4. Living Labs and User-Driven Open Innovation
      • “ Living Labs represent a user-centric research methodology for sensing, prototyping, validating and refining complex solutions in multiple and evolving real life contexts.” (MIT)
      • A Living Lab is an ecosystem where users drive innovation for ICT based services addressing major socio-economic issues such as intelligent energy, e-health, e-safety, intelligent mobility, intelligent leisure …
        • A Living Lab instruments and stimulates users to drive and take active part in research, development and innovation, in their normal real-life environment
        • LLABS enable the Open Innovation paradigm by activating the full potential of the collective intelligence of collaborating individuals in a societal context (CO-LLABS Thematic Network)
    • 5. University Research Centre Public Institution User-Driven Open Innovation Functional Region Scenario Regional Cluster Industry and Research Entities Territory Social Settings LL client Company LL Collaborative/ ICT Infrastructure New product/ service Co-creation Social Community VPC VPC Living Lab community
    • 6.
        • i2010 Extended Impact Assessment, accompanying the i2010 Communication 2006 - “Developing a European Network of Living Labs in the concept of eWork, providing services of large deployment to the industry, bringing technology test-beds into real-life user environments.”
        • Launch by the Finnish Presidency of a European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) – Helsinki, 20.11.2006 - The European Network of Living Labs creates a platform where firms, public authorities and citizens can work together on developing and testing new technologies, business models and services in real-life contexts The ultimate aim is to set up a new European Innovation Infrastructure where users play an active role in innovation
        • Launch by the Portuguese Presidency of the ENoLL 2nd wave - Brussels, 17 Oct 2007 - The concept of “Living Labs” is a new approach to research, development and innovation, engaging the stakeholders in the innovation process, including companies, citizens, researchers and public institutions. Through this engagement, open innovation is possible,
        • Launch by the Slovenian Presidency of the ENoLL 3rd wave Call for Membership Applications - Brussels, 8 April 2008 - Presidency Roadmap for European Network of Living Labs
      ENoLL basis in European Policy
    • 7. ENoLL Resources European Nework of Living Labs LL Open Innovation Community LL Portfolio Leadership Group IP IP IP IP IP OpenFutures CLOCK CO-LLABS
      • Open Community of Individuals
      • ~ 1.000 persons registered
      • All invited to submit 3rd wave LL applications
      • Community of LL sites
      • ” 1st and 2° waves of 51 LLs
      • Regional networks emerging...
      • 3rd wave of ~ 20-30 LLs estimated
      • Continuous expansion
      • LL LG Task Forces
      • Governance
      • Policy Link
      • ICT Infrastructure
      • Communication
      • ..
    • 8. ENoLL – 1 st wave ENoLL – 2 nd wave ENoLL – 3 rd wave Opening of Call for Membership Applications – Slovenia Presidency LLAB event in Brussels on 8 Apr 2008 Presentation of candidacies until 30 Sep 2008 Announcement of new accepted LLABS – Lyon ICT conference Nov 2008 during French Presidency Application guidance at
    • 9. Building the foundations of ENOLL Open Innovation System
      • Creating a Systemic Open Innovation Environment for Europe
      • Conceptual Framework
      • Business Model
      • Legal Framework
      • ICT Infrastructure
      • Family of Stakeholders Communities
      • SMEs protagonist
      • Citizens empowerment
      • Challenge driven collaborative pilots
    • 10. Serious games, smart technology and conscious behaviour for Sustainable Energy • Rener Living Lab - Alternative Energies (Portugal). a cluster of homes where alternative energy solutions are deployed and their impact is evaluated. • Tampere Living Lab - Energy Conservation (Finland). large clusters of smart homes and buildings that are focused on the conservation of energy . Nokia is heavily involved in the activities of the living lab; 7% early gains • Smart Living Lab - Smart Grids (Germany). power suppliers coupled with private homes which provide additional power generated from renewable resources (bio mass, sun, wind; this is partly funded by German government).