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Apollon - 22/5/12 - 09:00 - User-driven Open Innovation Ecosystems Apollon - 22/5/12 - 09:00 - User-driven Open Innovation Ecosystems Presentation Transcript

  • @ Mechelen May 22, 2012” Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting Living Labs – towards Smart Cities ”.Smart Cities asInnovation Ecosystemsfor Future Internet Research– Empowered by Smart Citizens!User-driven Open Innovation Ecosystems go really local … across borders,Mechelen 2012-05-22 Michael Nilsson, CDT Project Coordinator of CA FIREBALL20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Mission.FIREBALL brings togetherdifferent players to exploitthe linkage between SmartCities, Living Labs andFuture Internet forConnected Smart CitiesInnovation.20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • In a nut shell “ The overall objective of the FIREBALL project is to coordinate and align methodologies andapproaches in the domains of Future Internet research and experimentation testbeds and user driven open innovation towardssuccessful innovation in “smart city” environments. “
  • Key FIREBALL messages & results (I) By 2050 more than 70% of the global population will live in cities… SMART people creates SMART Cities!20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Key FIREBALL messages & results (II)” Making a smart city needs three components:1) Cities / communities,2) Living labs,3) web platforms, applications / future Internet technologies. ”The role of each component is different:- Cities set challenges (competitiveness, inclusion, sustainability) and form communities addressing them;- Living labs and open innovation ecosystems work as generators of solutions. It is a fundamental trend of smart cities that solutions have to be defined and implemented with the involvement of citizens, consumers and users; - Smart environments and Internet technologies work as facilitators of communication, networking, information processing and real-time response.  20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Overview of key activities (I) - Smart City vision, landscape - Cases of “Smarter Cities” (video clips opening speech) - Smart City “innovation ecosystems” - Smart Cities roadmap and action plans, a Cook Book - Community building , creation of a Connected Smart Cities network - www.fireball4smartcities.eu & web 2.0 tools20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Overview of key activities (II) from research to innovation + Medium to long term research on the FP7 Future Internettechnological risk FIRE Large scale experimentation/ collaboration FI PPP Short to medium term system level research combining application pull and technology push FIRE Projects Call 2 – Call 7 Coordination and Support Actions NoE: EINS CIP Accelerating take-up of technologies which come FIREBALL PARADISO 2 out of the labs and are mature for innovation - MyFire FIRE STATION FIREworks PARADISO - time to market + Building the Experimental Facility and stimulating its use 17 projects, 50 M€ - Call 5 14 projects, 40 M€ - Call 2 4 projects, 20 M€ - Call 7 Experimedia Openlab Confine 5 BonFIRE enlarged Smart Santander CREW enlarged TEFIS OFELIA BonFIRE CREW ONELAB2 PII PII WISEBED VITAL++ Users Users Experimentally-driven Research CONECT EULER Validation SCAMPI CONVERGENC E LAWA SPITFIRE HOBNET NOVI Research Experimentation N4C SMART-NET OPNEX ECODE Requirements Nanodatacenters SELF-NET PERIMETER RESUMENET 20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu Facility Projects IPs Call 5 Facility projects IPs & STREPs Call 2 Focused project Call 5 STREPs Facility projects Call 2 STREPs Coordination & support actions Call 5 Coordination & support actions Call 2 9 Facility Projects IPs&NoE Call 7 Information on Call 7 is tentative – contracts are under negotiation, tentative start in January 2012
  • Key FIREBALL main conclusions & lesson learned (II)- Smart city is an urban strategy and will appear through strategic planning,infrastructure development, and bottom-up initiatives.- City hall is sometimes dominant, citizen engagement increasing => Top-down planning and bottom-up initiatives should complement each other.- Use of pilots in preparing cities for initiative, experiment and learning.Districts, neighborhoods, and clusters are fundamental elements of smart citystrategy, (the city is a system of systems, and cities co-exist within cities).- A smart city strategy involves all actors, organizations, communities, R&D,NGOs, clusters, and authorities and should achieve a common vision, flagshipprojects, collaboration and synergy.- Challenges for successful smart city strategies deal with skills, creativities,user-driven innovation, entrepreneurship, VC funding, and management ofintra-government rivalries.- Lack of evidence on impact and effectiveness of smart city strategies. 20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Next steps, challenges & opportunities...(I)- Towards Smarter Cities => Whitepaper on Smart Cities as InnovationEcosystems- Horizon 2020 => DG ConNECT, UnitH5 Smart Cities & Sustainability!!- Eurocities Knowledge and societyForum (KSF), working group SmartCities continues.- Enlarged interest within FIRE, nowtoo focused on beyond future and”Tera bytes”, what about here andnow in real cities?- Engage the smaller cities in thenetwork! 20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • FIREBALL next steps, challenges, opportunities…(II)- Horizon 2020 Networks of Future Internet testbed facilities and livinglabs within and across smart cities and regions may become thebackbone of European innovation ecologies and value networks- Evolving of, capabilities and resources, including experiment facilities ,user oriented methodologies, service offerings and collaboration modelsenabling access and use of facilities and services- Stimulate the potential for business creation and entrepreneurship inSmart Cities environments to experiment technologies and applications- Open innovation and citizen empowerment requires finding newbalances between top-down steering and bottom-up initiative- What does it mean, being a “smart city”, in terms of value created forcitizens - impact matters, how would we achieve and measure theimpact and value added of smart city initiatives? 20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Smart City development - future vision:- Using Future Internet to transform the way we live and work • more flexible ways and locations of working: smart mobility, smart environments, smart learning- Co-designing and co-producing services for ourselves and others • new services being designed and delivered by users, e.g. e- health and telecare services- Enabling our environments to be greener, cleaner and healthier • smart buildings, smart energy, low-carbon neighbourhoods- Making smart cities more democratic, resilient and attractive • social networking to promote civic engagement- Generating and celebrating creativity, innovation and diversity • arts and culture linked to technology supporting jobs and skills20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Thanks!We meet at:www.fireball4smartcities.euMichael.Nilsson@cdt.ltu.se20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Expected results from Smart City networking • A European-wide community of Future Internet Innovation constiuencies (FIRE, Living Labs and Smart Cities) • A common vision and shared agenda by these constituencies • Showcases to represent innovative uses and future needs of Future Internet in Smart Cities • Identifying common concepts, methodologies, tools and processes enabling collaborative working for Future Internet Innovation • A sustainable Connected European Smart Cities Network • A roadmap and action plan for enabling Future Internet open innovation for Smart Cities20100930 www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • Key FIREBALL main conclusions & lesson learned (I)“Making a smart city needs three components:1) Cities / communities,2) Living labs,3) web platforms, applications / future Internet technologies”.The role of each component is different:- Cities set challenges (competitiveness, inclusion, sustainability) and form communities addressing them;- Living labs and open innovation ecosystems work as generators of solutions. It is a fundamental trend of smart cities that solutions have to be defined and implemented with the involvement of citizens, consumers and users; - Smart environments and Internet technologies work as facilitators of communication, networking, information processing and real-time response. More detailed conclusions from:-The smart cities landscape-The case studies 20100930-The common assets www.fireball4smartcities.eu
  • A definition of Smart City“We believe a city to be smart wheninvestments in human and socialcapital and traditional (transport) andmodern (ICT) communicationsinfrastructure fuel sustainableeconomic growth and a high qualityof life, with a wise management ofnatural resources, throughparticipatory governance”A. Caragliu, C. del Bo, P. Nijkamp(2009)