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RAATE 2010 REALISE

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This is a presentation for a workshop on open innovation and assistive technology.

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    RAATE 2010 REALISE RAATE 2010 REALISE Presentation Transcript

    •  
      • ATIB – D4D
      • REALISE - JISC
      Manufacturers AT users Innovators Sharing & Working together
      • Goals
        • Benefiting people who need AT through new or better products/services
        • Involvement of all stakeholders in innovation
        • Sustainability
      • Implementation
        • Good accessibility
        • Record information
        • Need to understand the processes
      • Highly desirable outcomes
        • Large numbers of AT end-users engaging
        • Increase AT business and research community use of Open Innovation
        • ‘ Business’ models that take advantage of opportunities
        • Offering an unbiased service to all stakeholders
      • REALISE - open
      • Goals
        • Innovation for use of IT & Internet
        • Persuade some professionals that Open innovation is the way to go
      • Implementation
        • Much simplification because of ‘open innovation’
        • Community approach
      • Applications
        • Education, health, any
        • Less interest in tiny market AT innovations
      • ATIB - closed assumed
      • Goals
        • Innovation for ‘health’
        • Persuade professionals to share needs, ideas and solutions
      • Implementation
        • Complexity and restrictions because probability of ‘closed innovation’
        • Semi-formal process
      • Applications
        • Health (including indirect gains from providing enabling technologies)
        • Medium markets but some interest in tiny market AT innovations
      • Goals
        • Benefiting people who need AT through new or better products/services
        • Involvement of all stakeholders in innovation
        • Sustainability
      • Implementation
        • Good accessibility
        • Record information
        • Need to understand the processes
      • Highly desirable outcomes
        • Large numbers of AT end-users engaging
        • Increase AT business and research community use of Open Innovation
        • ‘ Business’ models that take advantage of opportunities
        • Offering an unbiased service to all stakeholders
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    • users developers Needs Ideas Sustainability Community and Governance Business Models Licensing business
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    • Discuss – What markers should make an idea move into the development phase and then how does it become a useful AT project?
      • Develop links across sectors of business, education, employment and health working in the field of open innovation and assistive technology.
      • Enable growth in community collaboration of open source assistive technology development
      • Encourage ideas and project development
      • Encourage wider interest in the provision of open source assistive and accessible technologies
      • Guidance for future work in this area, as to how the methodologies used influenced the project outcomes.
      • The Team -
      • Southampton's Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) accessibility group,
      • Sheffield's School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR),
      • OSSWatch
      • Devices for Dignity (D4D)
      • Full Measure
      • Developing an on line community and connecting parties interested in collaboration
      • Identifying relevant projects/people and building the solutions whilst engaging external parties in education and research
      • Identifying potential revenue streams from a project that has been developed as Open Source
      • Intellectual Property, Managing Licencing, and Governance