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Presentation by Alvaro de Oliveira, Chairman of the European Network of Living Labs, at the Promoting Innovation through Public Procurement: Best Practice & Networking event on- 23-24 March 2010.

Presentation by Alvaro de Oliveira, Chairman of the European Network of Living Labs, at the Promoting Innovation through Public Procurement: Best Practice & Networking event on- 23-24 March 2010.

Living Labs Methodologies provide a new way for public procurement in innovation areas.

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    • Joint Procurement Methodology with User Engagement Álvaro de Oliveira 1 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Big Global Challenges of our time Finding solutions for clean energy sustainability Finding solutions for climate change Managing demographic shifts Preventing and managing ageing problems Providing safe water supplies Maintaining food security Optimizing mobility Implementing security 2 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Solutions Requirements To pull and stimulate diverse types of knowledge and resources. The scale of problems creates the need to harness the widest possible set of resources for problem solving Solutions cannot force changing behaviour, they cannot be pushed down at people Harnessing the motivation of millions of individuals and their communities We need new, distributed and highly participatory systems in order to achieve user behaviour transformation Social networks and Web 2.0 tools allows to design simple, low-cost and highly adaptive participatory systems 3 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Innovation Solutions Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation European Network of Living Labs 4 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • What is a Living Lab? Real living environment, where the user (citizen, resident, worker, student, visitor, customer) lives, works, studies, plays and entertains. In this real environment the user co-creates, experiments and tests new ideas, products and services. In the traditional research environment scientists and researchers are engaged in the development of new technologies, products and services to meet perceived market needs which many times don’t materialize or are not met by technology pushed solutions. A Living Lab is a user-driven open innovation eco- system. 5 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Driving changing factors of Living Labs Internet is at the heart of the open co-creation Platforms and open connectivity are key facilitators Living Labs are citizen/user oriented environments, promoting innovation and pioneering new markets Open innovation is the soul of competitiveness (Social networks, open source) Emergence of new services Ecological sustainability awareness enabling consumer behaviour transformation 6 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Living Labs Methodologies Increased collaboration between public authorities, research centers, businesses and user communities Flexible and adaptive design process rooted in real-life experience with increased chances of succeeding with new products. Shorter lead time from concept to market (promote viral adoption) Acceleration of innovation. Increased productivity of the RDI activities. Sharing good practices Facilitate the international positioning and privileged access to the markets Facilitate the development of human capital Increased sustainability culture 7 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Living Lab Eco-system Local, Regional Univeristies and National and Research Government Institutes Living Lab Funding and Financing Enterprises RDI Facilitatio User Communities Stakeholders n 8 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • User Communities in Living Labs User Communities Comunidade de Usuários Comunidade Virtual 9 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) New 83 Living Labs from 4th wave 1st Wave: 19 2nd Wave: 32 3rd Wave: 78 10 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • EU Presidencies Policies for ENoLL 4th Wave ENoLL, Autumn 2009 Spanish Presidency Spring 2010 Swedish Presidency Cross Border Networks Autumn 2009 Czech Presidency 4th Wave ENoLL (?), Rural Networks Spring 2009 Autumn 2009 French Presidency bringing Innovation to citizens 3rd Wave ENoLL, Slovenian Presidency Autumn 2008 Challenging cross- Autumn 2008 border and Pan European level Open 2nd Wave ENoLL, Portuguese Presidency Innovation Autumn 2007 Spring 2008 Renewing Lisbon strategy for people Autumn 2007 German Presidency Regional innovation Spring 2007 Finnish Presidency Helsinki Manifesto Autumn 2006 1st Wave ENoLL, Autumn 2006 11 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • National and Regional Networks of Living Labs Finnish Network Swedish Network Nordic Network Cataluña Network Slovenian Network Portuguese Network 12 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Thematic Networks Domains of ENoLL LL’s Clean energy sustainability Climate change and environment Well being and health Mobility Security Sustainable urban development. Smart cities Rural and regional development Industrial and logistics development Social innovation. Social inclusion Electronic government. eParticipation 13 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • SAVE ENERGY Living Lab ICT – CIP Project Goals: Smart ICT Energy Efficiency model and platform Serious Game focused on Energy Efficiency at Public Spaces User behavior transformation. Living Lab methodology Pilots committed to extend results beyond project completion European wide dissemination of results Policy Recommendations to the EU Commission 14 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • SAVE ENERGY Opening new Energy Efficiency and ICT Markets for SMEs French Pilot (10.000 users) APOLLON Portuguese Project Pilot (50.000 users) Brazilian Pilot São Paulo (10.000 users) Brazilian Pilot Vitória PreCo (10.000 users) Project Others 15 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • APOLLON objectives and expected results Objectives Demonstrate the positive impacts of cross-border domain-specific Living Lab networks Addresses four major domains in which ICT products and services innovation may benefit Real-life experiments will be designed and implemented to pilot and validate the cross- border domain-specific collaboration between LL’s Expected Results A set of validated methodologies to set up and conduct cross-border Living Lab networks A recommended toolset for facilitating cross-border Living Lab activities The set-up of European thematic Living Lab clusters A platform and practical guidelines for involving SMEs An impact assessment of the specific added value in terms of results as well as operational efficiencies of the cross-border approach Recommendations and action plans for viable, sustainable and scalable roll-outs to further domains and sectors 16 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • APOLLON Approach Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • SMEs Internationalisation Luleå LL Helsinki LL Kyab PV Business Partnership rsh ip Vitória LL r tne Pa ions lut So ted egra ship Int rtner es s Pa Busin Technology Transfer ISA PW Integrated Solutions Partnership Lisbon LL Amsterdam LL HAE ISA internationalization strategy to establish business partnerships in Luleå and Vitória (equipment distribution), integrated solutions in Helsinki and Amsterdam (incorporating added value with other equipments and services) and adding value by technology transfer from Amsterdam. 18 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • European Network of Urban Living Labs SAVE ENERGY Pilots have co-created common Energy Efficiency solutions adopting Living Lab user-driven open innovation methodologies The Project has identified common needs, best practices, technologies and service suppliers, and new business models User Behaviour Transformation methodologies enabled by ICT have been designed, implemented and are being evaluated A cross-border eco-system sustained by strong trust between the pilot cities has been established SAVE ENERGY 5 Pilot cities have created the European Urban Network of Living Labs (To be formalized in November 2010). The Network is open for other city members and will liaise with other networks already in the field, such as Connected Cities, Convener of Mayors, etc. Public-Private Partnerships will be established to engage in the development and implementation of Energy Efficiency solutions adopting Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation methodologies 19 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Pre-Commercial Procurement Good Practice Procure R&D in steps (solutions, prototypes, test series) to reduce risk and give SMEs a chance – Grow size of tasks gradually, make bridge from ideas to first test product, procurer = SME first customer reference Risk-benefit sharing with suppliers – Less risk procurer, commercialisation opportunity suppliers Competing development with multiple suppliers – Better value for money. US defense report: in-development competition reduces first unit acquisition cost with 20-30% Sharing R&D costs with other procurers – Cooperation across borders can help develop a European market and common standard Source: Lieve Bos DG INFSO 20 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Living Labs and the European Network of LL’s Living Labs are user driven open innovation eco-systems which can bring about the massive social changes that are required by the societal challenges we are facing. Living Labs operate from a human perspective – from the standpoint of people, their relationships and connectivities, desire and culture. The participating communities contribute with ideas reflecting their needs and experiencies followed by cycles of rapid prototyping, testing and improvement until the early adoption. The methodology allows to generate immediate user engagement and feedback in a way that no report, blueprint or document could have done. 21 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Conclusions Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation requires awareness, trust and motivation with a clear understanding of risks and benefits. This requires a collaborative environment among all the stakeholders. Furthermore the effective application of these solutions imply user behaviour transformation which can only be achieved by the motivated participation of citizens / users who are part of the innovation co-creation. Living Labs and the European Network of Living Labs can provide a natural platform for faster and successful adoption of Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation at European scale. 22 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Thank You Álvaro de Oliveira alvaro.oliveira@alfamicro.pt Phone: +351 21 486 67 84 Mobile: +351 91 666 66 66 Skype: alvaroduarteoliveira Address: Alfamicro Alameda da Guia, 192-A 2750-368 Cascais PORTUGAL 23 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Living Labs Innovation Positioning InI Internal RDI InI Open Innovation Platforms Pilots Prototyping Social Pilots Field Living Labs Experiences Pilots In the Market Testbeds Low Maturity High 24 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • SAVE ENERGY Dissemination Strategy Web Portal, Web 2.0 Tools and Services and Social Networking 25 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Living Labs Methodologies (1/2) Easier to understand end-user needs and wishes Flexible and adaptive design process rooted in real-life experience with increased chances of succeeding with new products Shorter lead time from concept to market, promote viral adoption Better access to ideas outside the organization Better and more intensive use of internal ideas Acceleration of innovation. Sharing good practices Usage of methodologies and tools for Co-creation 26 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010
    • Living Labs Methodologies (2/2) Increased collaboration between public authorities, research centers, businesses and user communities Increased productivity of the RDI activities Creation and exploitation of new technologies, products, services and business models Improved cooperation in International networks Facilitate the international positioning and privileged access to the markets Facilitate the development of human capital Increased sustainability culture 27 Promoting Innovation through Pre-Commercial Procurement - Brussels, 23-24/Mar/2010