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Presentation of a Living Labs initiative in the Sicilian Region, part of the European Network of Living Labs, made for the eChallenges 2007 conference, The Hague (NL), 25 October 2007

Presentation of a Living Labs initiative in the Sicilian Region, part of the European Network of Living Labs, made for the eChallenges 2007 conference, The Hague (NL), 25 October 2007

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  • 1. Territorial Living Labs Jesse Marsh Atelier Studio Associato CRES + Sicilian Region (Planning Department) Italy
  • 2. The Living Lab Model
    • Innovation as a collaborative, multi-enterprise process
      • Co-production, co-creation of ICT services
    • Living Labs: approach to stimulate and accelerate industrial and societal innovation
      • Empowerment of users to participate in development and validation
    • Living Labs as a “visible” policy instrument
      • European Network of Living Labs: Finnish presidency, 2006
      • ENoLL 2nd Wave: Portughese presidency, 2007
      • Strong commitment from Slovenian presidency
  • 3. The URBACOST Hypothesis
    • Territories (like companies) can be considered as “knowledge repositories”, embedding especially concrete and uncodified knowledge
    • Development strategies should thus focus on local economic actors’ ability to tap value from their territory’s knowledge assets
    • Participation and concertation in integrated strategy-defining processes are an effective way to extract a territory’s knowledge-based development potential
    INTERREG IIIB MEDOC “URBACOST”
  • 4. Knowledge strategies NETWORK STRUCTURES CODIFICATION (TRANSFER) R&D (NEW KNOWLEDGE) INVESTMENT PRIORITY EXPERIENTIAL TACIT CODIFIED EDUCATION SOCIAL CAPITAL PHYSICAL ACCESS LOGISTIC EFFICIENCY INFRA-STRUCTURE CREATIVITY SUSTAINABILITY GROWTH DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVE KAIROS SOCIALLY NORMED CHRONOS TEMPORALITY INTERACTION MEMORY PERFORMANCE SPATIAL QUALITY NETWORK DEVELOPMENT TERRITORIAL MARKETING CENTRES OF EXCELLENCE STRATEGY TRUST ECONOMIC FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS PROCESS IDENTITY CONSUMPTION PRODUCTS RELATIONAL LOCAL GLOBAL V ALUE ADDITION
  • 5. Network Shifts BROADBAND IMPACT ON NETWORK TYPOLOGIES IST “NEWTIME” NETWORK ORIENTATION TYPE OF KNOWLEDGE FAMILY / SOCIAL BUSINESS TACIT CODIFIED HIGH DENSITY WEAK TIES LOW DENSITY STRONG TIES Family Cultural Ethnic Comunity Peer Learning/support Territorial District Organisational Industrial District Supply chain Social inclusion Learning regions Communities of Practice Learning organisations
  • 6. Territorial LL Hypothesis THE VIRTUOUS CIRCLE OF KNOWLEDGE-BASED GOVERNANCE CONCERTATION & PARTICIPATION MONITORING THE CONTEXT STRATEGIC POLCIES & PLANS CO-CREATION CO-CREATION CO-CREATION E-SERVICES
  • 7. Sustainable Service Innovation Pre-Digital Services 1 2 3 N-1 N Digital Network Services 2 3 N-1 Territorial integrated developemnt needs Living Labs Co-Creative Innovation Services Territorial Innovation Services Integrated Territorial Sustainability N 1 Territorial LL Virtuous Circle Regional Innovation Strategy and Policy Activities
  • 8. Baseline applications
    • eParticipation and eDemocracy
    • Collaborative design and planning tools
    • Scenario modelling
    • VR environmental simulation
    • Territorial enterprise network services
    • Environmental monitoring services
    • Geo-referenced services to citizens and enterprises
  • 9. TLL in the Sicilian Region
    • Regional Department of Planning (Territorial and Environment Assessorate)
    • CRES: Centro per la Ricerca Elettronica in Sicilia
    • Local authorities and development agencies
      • Municipalities: Bagheria, Santa Flavia, Francavilla di Sicilia, Malvagna, Monreale…
      • LEADER L.A.G.s: Val d’Anapo, Platani-Quisquina
      • S. Flavia fishing cooperative, ARCES / MOTRIS initiative
    • Supporting services
      • SMEs: Teleinform, Neomedia, ERN
      • University: Agro-engineering UniCatania
      • Public research body: Sicilia eRicerca
  • 10. Local TLL Cases
    • Sicilian fishing cooperative: broadband for boats at sea
    • Municipalities of Bagheria, Monreale and Santa Flavia: eDemocracy platforms for planning and environmental issues
    • Consortium near Etna volcano: rural Living Lab for bio-agriculture and agri-tourism
    • MOTRIS initiative: experimentation “integrated relational tourism” service platform.
    • Val d’Anapo LAG: wireless network for a natural reserve
  • 11. The ENoLL Living Lab Cube
  • 12. Next Steps
    • Memorandum of Understanding between main actors
      • Draft protocol of roles and activities agreed upon
    • ENoLL 2nd Wave initiatives
    • Launch of co-operative experiments
    • Build Italian NoLL
    • Inter-regional network building
      • Umbria, Alentejo, Ionian Sea, Cornwall, Provence Cote d’Azur, Highlands and Islands…
    • Regional ERDF and EARDF funding
    • IST, INTERREG IVC…
  • 13. Contacts
    • Jesse Marsh, Atelier Studio Associato
      • jesse @atelier. it
    • Anna Sangiorgi, CRES
      • sangiorgi @ cres . it
    • Giovanni Salemi, Regional Planning Department
      • gsalemi @ artasicilia . it