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  • WELLBEING CLUSTER IN JYVÄSKYLÄ JUHA HAUTANEN, LECTURER OF WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY JYVÄSKYLÄ UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
    • Ageing society
    • The need for and the costs of health and social services are increasing
    • New technology, new operational models, new solutions
    • Citizens have shown a growing interest in their own health
    • Citizen empowerment, increasing interest in alternative services
    THE DRIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • THE FINNISH POPULATION IN DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS Sosiaali- ja terveydenhuollon tilastollinen vuosikirja 2005 http://www.stakes.fi/FI/Tilastot/Tilastojulkaisut/vuosikirja.htm#ankkuri1 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
    • Ageing society
    • The need for and the costs of health and social services are increasing
    • New technology, new operational models, new solutions
    • Citizens have shown a growing interest in their own health
    • Citizen empowerment, increasing interest in alternative services
    THE DRIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • Social and health care costs according age per month in year 2003 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2800 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 € 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 2400 2600 2800 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 € Age , years Pekka ParkkinenVATT Ikä , vuotta 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • The real social and health care costs/year between 1975-2003 in Finland (year 2003 euros) 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 1975 1985 1995 2005 2015 2025 2035 2045 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 History pl tuottavuus ml tuottavuus 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen With out improvmen In productation With improvmen In productation
    • Ageing society
    • The need for and the costs of health and social services are increasing
    • New technology, new operational models, new solutions
    • Citizens have shown a growing interest in their own health
    • Citizen empowerment, increasing interest in alternative services
    THE DRIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
    • Ageing society
    • The need for and the costs of health and social services are increasing
    • New technology, new operational models, new solutions
    • Citizens have shown a growing interest in their own health
    • Citizen empowerment, increasing interest in alternative services
    THE DRIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
    • Ageing society
    • The need for and the costs of health and social services are increasing
    • New technology, new operational models, new solutions
    • Citizens have shown a growing interest in their own health
    • Citizen empowerment, increasing interest in alternative services
    THE DRIVERS OF DEVELOPMENT 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
    • User Centric
    • Business Orientated
    • Holistic Approach to Wellbeing
    • Innovative (social and technological)
    • Open
    • Shared Values and Visions
    OUR ATTITUDE Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen 22.10.2008 Physical– Organic content Mental content: cognition, emotions, motivations Social content Cultural content
    • Based to knowledge of
      • Sport and Health Science
      • Psychology
      • Gerontology
      • Sociology
      • Education
      • Business
      • Human Technology Interaction
    • Infrastructure
    SHARED VISION OF REGION IS THE HUMAN TECHNOLOGY CITY 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • THE STRATEGY OF WELLBEING TECHNOLOGY AND INDUSTRY ACQUIRING MARKET LEADER COMPANIES DEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING COMPANIES The Main Tarkets 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen WELLBEING CLUSTER IN JYVÄSKYLÄ OVER 300 COMPANIES
    • INNOVATIVE PUBLIC SECTOR
    • COMPACT AND EFFECTIVE REGION
    • OUTSTANDING POSSIBILITIES TAKE RESPONSIBLE OF OWN WELL WEING
    • ACTIVE BUSINES DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT
    • TWO UNIVERSITIES
    • GOOD FACILITIES
  • THE CLUSTER TYPE CONVERGENCE End-User Manufacturers (Suppliers) Personel Interest Groups
  • NEW SERVICES– NEW WAY OF THINKING PRO ACTIVITY - INNOVATION OF FUTURE According Jouni Juutilainen, -08 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • USER CENTERED DESIGN Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen 22.10.2008
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • JACQUES CARELMAN’S COFFEEPOT FOR MASOCHISTS 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • USER CENTERED DESIGN Pheasant 1996
  • PRODUCT VS. JOB
    • People don’t want a 10mm drill, they want a 10mm hole
      • People buy products to do a job
    • Define the job not the product
      • Innovate a concept to complete the job
      • Disruptive innovations possible
    Source: Kim Blair, MIT, Center of Sport Innovations 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen Job Functional Social Emotional
  • THE ITERATIVE DESIGN PROCESS OF USER-CENTRED DESIGN ISO 13407 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen System meets specified functional, user and organizational requirements Evaluate design against requirements Produce design solutions Specify the user and organizational requirements Understand and specify the context of use Identify need of human-centred design
  • USER-CENTRED DESIGN ACCORDING ISO 13407
    • ” Human-centred design is an approach to interactive system development that focuses specifically on making systems usable .
    • It is a multi-disciplinary activity which incorporates human factors and ergonomic knowledge and techniques.
    • The application of human factors and ergonomics to interactive systems design enhances effectiveness and efficiency , improving human working conditions , and counteracts possible adverse effects of use on human health , safety and performance .
    • Applying ergonomics to the design of systems involves taking account of human capabilities , skills , limitations and needs .”
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • THE PRODUCTS ARE
    • are easier to understand and use, thus reducing training and support cost.
    • improve user satisfaction and reduce discomfort and stress.
    • improve productivity of user and the operational efficiency of organizations.
    • improve product quality, appeal to the users and can provide competitive advantage.
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • USER-CENTRED DESIGN Demand Pull (User Orientated Design) Supply Push (Technology Orientated Design) Production Orientated Design User Centred Design 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • USER-CENTRED DESIGN
    • Method is
    • system oriented and
    • promoting iterative design
    • Ensuring that products
    • have real value for end users
    • are matched to user capabilities
    • are fit for the purpose for which they were designed
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • HUMANTECH LIVING LAB Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen 22.10.2008
    • One chosen direction to support Innovations is Living Lab
    • Living Lab is:
      • Open innovation environment of users, companies, regional developers and research and education
      • Support user involvement and empowerment
      • User centric approach
      • Action platform of real markets and users
      • Support companies and/or communities
    HUMAN TECH LIVING LAB Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen 22.10.2008
  • HUMANTECHNOLOGY LIVINGLAB 22.10.2008 Innovation management & Business Delopment Ubiquitous Computing/ICT User Centered Approach Sustainibility Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • SOME KEY WORDS
    • Experience Industry
    • User Driven Centered Innovation
    • Service Design
    • Open Innovation
    • Empowerment
    • Design for All
    • Psychology of Design
    • Multi Disciplinary Development
    • Business Development
    • Shared Values
    • Value Creation
    • Define the Job
  • TWO MAIN ENVIRONMENT
    • Jyväskylä Lutakko – the most important (out side of capital) event tourism node in Finland
      • Heart of Rally of Finland weekend
      • Jyväskylä Paviljonki – over 1000 public event in year
      • Over 400 000 visitor a year
      • Over 2000 recidence in the area
      • 218 companies all ready in the area
      • Over 8000 students are making their studies in the are
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • HIMOS
    • Himos – crowing towards to the most wanted and intelligence holiday resort in Finland
    • 300 000 visitors in year 2006, future plans to crow it to 1,5 million visitor in year 2015 ant 2,0 million year 2020
    • Network of over 60 companies
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen Developing alliances Users Regional developers High tech company Technology Domain expertise Brand Service provider Distribution Domain expertise Brand Center for excellence Multi-domain knowledge Lead user attitude Open innovation Do not commercialize
  • SIX SIDES OF LIVING LAB HARMONIZATION CUBE Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen 22.10.2008
  • SOME TECHNOLOGY CASES Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen 22.10.2008
  • Heart tells more than your pulse
    • Research projects from 2000 on at the Center for Olympic Sports
    • Firstbeat was founded on 2002 as a spin-off
    • Employees: 18
    • Start-up company of the year 2004 in Finland (of approx. 600)
    • Stress Management
      • Lifestyle stress monitoring
      • Within day stress monitoring to identify time periods of high stress and relaxation
      • Day to day stress monitoring to monitor the development of resources
      • Resources and relaxation monitoring
      • Learning from body reactions for better control and performance
    • Weight Management
    • Wellness Analysis
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
  • Case: A businessman recovers at the barber shop Workload (stress) and recovery profiles Time In this case no significant recovery would have been identified without visint barber shop at 11:00. Proportional amplitude 22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen
    • Founded 1996
    • Products
      • The balance measurement and training systems
      • Reaction time and psychomotor speed measurement systems
      • Isometric strength measurement systems
      • Eccentric trainer for the training of the strength,  mobility and function of legs
    • Base in university research
    • Export to 15 countries
    • Balance measurement market leader in Scandinavia
    22.10.2008 Wellbeing Cluster in Jyväskylä, Juha Hautanen