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  • 1. SmartIES challenges and opportunities for cross border piloting
    Presented by: Ásta Guðmundsdóttir, Project Manager
  • 2. Iceland
    Sweden
    Norway
    Denmark
    Lithuania
    Users
    Project partners
    Project co-partners
    SmartIES – Nordic collaboration
  • 3. Living Lab
    Approach
    Energy savings
    Homes
    Transportation
    Nordic cooperation
    Theoretical framework
    Base for future projects
    Cross border pilot
    Partners, co-partners and users
    Final conference and report
    End result
    The SmartIES Project
  • 4. Cycle one: The focus Group
    1. Appreciate opportunities with users
    2. Design concepts
    3. Evaluate concepts
    4. Design concepts, part 2
    5. Evaluate concept proposals
    Cycle two: The pre-pilot
    1. Design prototypes
    2. Evaluate Prototypes
    Cycle three: The cross border pilot
    1. Design final solution
    2. Evaluate final solution
    The Planned Approach-The FormIT Methodology Book-
    Holst, Marita and Ståhlbröst, Anna
  • 5. Create a common vision – What is the desirable outcome?
    Good communication – Common channels
    Why participating? – How can we keep the users and co-partners and motivate them?
    What will the users gain?
    What will the co-partners gain?
    Stakeholder management
    A juggling process!
    Challenges
  • 6. Knowledge exchange
    Partners – Co-partners – Users
    Different perspectives
    Partners – Co-partners – Users
    Process
    Solutions
    Development
    End result
    Further co-operation
    Partners - Co-partners
    A Nordic Living Lab community
    Partners – Co-partners - Users
    Opportunities
  • 7. Good planning:
    is a foundation to a successful project!
    Good communication:
    is the key to a successful stakeholder management!
    Good collaboration:
    leads to a successful cross border pilot and a desirable pilot outcome!
    Turn Challenges into Opportunities
    Partners – Co-partners - Users
    Important points to remember
  • 8. Different views from different users!
    Different views from different co-partners!
    Different views from different partners!
    Very valuable
    Be there – Listen - Act on it
    Different perspectives?
  • 9. Lessons learnt captured and documented
    FormIT, documents and process will be developed throughout the project period.
    Feedback sessions
    With partners: Regular face-to-face and over phone/internet sessions.
    With co-partners: One or two face-to-face sessions in each country.
    With users:One or two face-to-face sessions in each country.
    Lessons Learnt
  • 10. We would really appreciate your feedback on our planned approach and we are happy to answer any of your questions!
    Questions - Feedback
  • 11. The SmartIES web-page:
    www.smarties.is
    SmartIES contact person:
    Ásta Guðmundsdóttir, Project ManagerInnovation Center Iceland and Iceland Living LabEmail: asta@nmi.isTel: +354 522 9288Mobil: +354 897 2782
    Thank you for listening!