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  • IBBT iLab Tara Shrimpton-Smith Pieter Ballon Brecht Vermeulen
  • iLab structure IBBT iLab Research groups Technical test center iLab Usability lab forum Open innovation centre Research projects  Support for basic research  iLab doesn’t disturb the market (commercial tests) 2
  • iLab Technical test center Brecht Vermeulen View slide
  • Overview 4 View slide
  • Equipment: platforms and measurement tools  xDSL, cable, ethernet, fibre channel, infiniband, wireless  Servers, terminals, handheld devices, storage  Interactive TV: Myrio, MHP  Measurement:  L2-L3 traffic generation: smartbits, Testcenter, N2X  L1-L3 traffic analysis: Fluke Optiview, xDSL tracespan  L4-L7 generation & analysis: Spirent Avalanche  Voice quality tester Opticom opera 5
  • Telenet to Skynet (Skype P2P and direct): 24h 4,5 MOS 2500 Delay 4 4 2000 3,5 2000ms 3 1500 2,5 Delay Max (within 1 MOS Score Delay (ms) conversation) [ms] Delay Avg (within 1 3 conversation) [ms] 2 Delay Min (within 1 1000 conversation) [ms] 1,5 1 P2P 500 0,5 0 T ime 0 1000ms T ime 4,5 2500 4 2000 3,5 4 3 1500 2000ms 2,5 Delay (ms) MOS Score Delay Max (within 1 conversation) [ms] 3 2 Delay Avg (within 1 1000 conversation) [ms] 1,5 Delay Min (within 1 conversation) [ms] 1 500 Direct 0,5 1000ms 0 0 T ime Time 6
  • TCP offloading network cards 8 Gb/s 100% MTU MTU 1500 9000 4 Gb/s 50% Chelsio Chelsio Intel Intel 7
  • iLab Open innovation center Pieter Ballon
  • iLab open innovation centre (1/3) Why support and take part in Open Innovation?  Open Innovation  Shorter time-to-market for more ideas  Using the innovative capabilities at the edges of the value chain: non-ICT companies, SMEs, semi-professionals, consumers, policy makers  Systemic Failure in ICT Innovation  Too little or too much interaction, danger of lock-in  Early intervention in innovation process required  Involving Policy Makers  Societal innovation  Constructive Technology Assessment  Involving Companies and Public Organisations  Demonstrate advantages of open and multi-stakeholder process  Experiment with new business / PPP models in trusted context  Involving End Users  End users domesticate new technologies  End users create new value and adopt new roles 9
  • iLab open innovation centre (2/3) What is the iLab open innovation centre?  The IBBT lab for policy and strategy research and experimentation  Important Policy and Strategy Issues  Stimulating open innovation  Building strong partnerships and networks  Reaping rewards from Web 2.0 innovations  Closing the digital divide  Safeguarding privacy and trust  Methods  Experimental, multi-stakeholder analysis and co-design with policy and business partners  Use of various simulation tools and Living Lab settings, including a wireless broadband campus network in Brussels 10
  • iLab open innovation centre (3/3) National and international dimension  Expertise in national and international projects  Policy impact of ICT innovations  Foresight for policy and strategy  Open innovation business models  Living Lab experimentation  European Network of Living Labs  Established November 2006 in Helsinki, Finland  20 Members selected as forerunners of European Living Labs  Open Innovation Centre selected as member of first wave of European Living Labs 11
  • iLab Usability lab Tara Shrimpton-Smith
  • Advantages of lab testing  Easier for products in development  Video-recordings improve analysis  Usability expert takes notes without disturbing the user  Other people can follow and comment the test without disturbing the user  Possibility for extension with extra equipment  Validation test  Comparing test 13
  • Disadvantages of lab testing  Test user intimidated by environment  Distance between usability expert and user  In-house usability lab kan leiden tot sociaal wenselijke antwoorden-> goeie vertaling gewenst ;-)  Cost and maintenance of equipment 14
  • Stationary usability lab Observation and control room separated by view-through mirror and cameras Evaluation software “Noldus The Observer” Controlled environment 15
  • Portable usability lab Same facilities but on location Possibility to test in natural environment 16
  • Mobile usability lab Testing of handheld devices Natural environment 17
  • Eyetracking Heat maps, hot spots, gaze time Controlled environment 18
  • iLab Demo Usability lab Tara Shrimpton-Smith