Amsterdam Living LabDaan Velthausz   Capetown2nd March 2011
Implementation of open innovation environment— Share knowledge —  between science and business— Open testbed —  for new ap...
Goal  To create a large scale testbed environment in the Amsterdam area  focused on the use of ICT and new media — Measure...
Principles ALL— Driven by companies— Push and Pull— Consumers and Business— Industry and Science— Quantitative data derive...
FactsPartners — Amsterdamse Innovatie Motor — Centre for Content Culture and Technology (UvA & HvA) — Waag Society — Telem...
Focus & Current Activities— Methodologies & Tools : Telematica Instituut / Novay— Design process: FABLAB— Tourism Pilots: ...
Amsterdam Living Lab Phases— Creation and setup— Community and project development— Exploratory projects— Validation proje...
Funding Amsterdam Living Lab— Initial funds to set up Amsterdam Living Lab (50% Regional + 50%  National)— Amsterdam Smart...
Funding Sources— International (UN, EU, …)   — Research project— National                    — Stimmulating Regional Innov...
Concrete opportunities— Collaboration, joint proposals — PPPP — Smart Cities — ….— Staff Exchange — students
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Amsterdam living lab capetown

  1. 1. Amsterdam Living LabDaan Velthausz Capetown2nd March 2011
  2. 2. Implementation of open innovation environment— Share knowledge —  between science and business— Open testbed —  for new applications and media—  Professionalising approach —  Based on living labs— Market focus —  With commercial parties— Together —  With the European network
  3. 3. Goal To create a large scale testbed environment in the Amsterdam area focused on the use of ICT and new media — Measurement of use and experience — Assets: Toolkit, Substantial user base — Internationally known and used — Feedback for Science and Companies — Open Innovation Ecosystem — Attracting companies — Boosting social science — user centred design, user behavior, — new service development, …
  4. 4. Principles ALL— Driven by companies— Push and Pull— Consumers and Business— Industry and Science— Quantitative data derived — Unobtrusively & Objective and eXperience— Different types of experiments (cyclic, rapid, longitudinal)— Support for (scientific) analyses
  5. 5. FactsPartners — Amsterdamse Innovatie Motor — Centre for Content Culture and Technology (UvA & HvA) — Waag Society — Telematica Instituut/Novay — IIP CreateBudget 2 Mln Euro, subsidy of — EZ (Pid 2007) — Amsterdam TopstadStarted January 2008
  6. 6. Focus & Current Activities— Methodologies & Tools : Telematica Instituut / Novay— Design process: FABLAB— Tourism Pilots: UVA— New Media & ICT IIP Create, Cinegrid— Tourism Pilot with tourists— Energy & Environment Smart City (Liander, Accenture)— Mobility & work Smart working centre (Cisco)— Health & Wellbeing Health Lab— Collaboration — International Helsinki, Manchester, Barcelona, …
  7. 7. Amsterdam Living Lab Phases— Creation and setup— Community and project development— Exploratory projects— Validation projects— Evaluation— Institutional phase
  8. 8. Funding Amsterdam Living Lab— Initial funds to set up Amsterdam Living Lab (50% Regional + 50% National)— Amsterdam Smart City (50% Regional, 50% private: Industry / SME) — In 2009 started, now 16 projects, 25 SME’s involved— Amsterdam Health Lab (75% Regional, 25 private) — In 2010 started Healthlab initiative and via the participation of “SIGRA” with its 140 members of healthcare institutions (big and small) in the Amsterdam area, are connected to the Amsterdam Living Lab. — Via the Amsterdam Municipality (“service wonen, zorg en samenleven”) small scall initiatives have been started where SMEs can participate to support people locally when providing services to each other.
  9. 9. Funding Sources— International (UN, EU, …) — Research project— National — Stimmulating Regional Innovation— Regional / Local— SME’s — Dedicated services— Industry partners — Co-creation— Academic Partners — Corporate Social responsibility programs — Studentships
  10. 10. Concrete opportunities— Collaboration, joint proposals — PPPP — Smart Cities — ….— Staff Exchange — students

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