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  • 1. Amsterdam Living Lab
    AmsterdamseInnovatie Motor
    TelematicaInstituut
    Universiteit van Amsterdam
    Waag Society
  • 2. Martijn Kriens
    Projectmanager Living Labs Innovatieplatform
    Projectmanager Amsterdam Living Labs
    iCrowds
    University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam
  • 3. The basic output that
    has become dominant in the most advanced economies is
    human meaning
    and communication
    Yochai Benkler
    “The Wealth of networks”
  • 4. Physical Product: a car
    4
  • 5. User function: Safety
    5
  • 6. C,MM,N: the open source car
    6
  • 7. CHANGE
    7
    Human
    Meaning
    &
    Communication
    Function
    Physical product
  • 8. Focus
    Research requires more and more rapid iterations
    Social component is the dominant success factor for innovation
    Next 10 years the focus is on adoptation of technology
    The “end” product is the actual research vehicle
  • 9.
  • 10.
  • 11.
  • 12. 12
  • 13. Example: Smart city
    Base level use
    Peak use: when and what
    Collective feedback and collective intelligence
    Glanceable displays
  • 14. Reality
    BETA
  • 15. Creative Industries
    15
    Companies that add value to products and/or services through Meaning, Identity and Experience
  • 16. 16
    Innovation is in cooperation
    Too often these are seperate worlds
  • 17. 17
    Living Lab is an excellent integrator of these worlds
  • 18. 18
  • 19. Shift towards the end-user
    19
    Living Labs
    Traditional
    Supplier
    Supplier
    Advanced
    Development
    Advanced
    Development
    Supplier
    and
    Customer
    Design
    N=3 users
    N=1000’s users
    Design
    Build
    (Prototypes)
    Build
    (Prototypes)
    Run
    (test)
    Run
    (test)
    Customer
    Analysis and
    Feedback
    Feedback
    Naar: Customers as innovators: a new way to create value, Eric von Hippel & Stefan Thomke
  • 20. Positioning Living Labs
    Open Innovation Platforms
    Pilots
    In-house R&D
    Societal pilots
    Prototyping
    design
    Digitaal Trapveld
    Living Labs
    Philips Homelab
    Market pilots
    Kenniswijk
    Field trials
    BotniaNet
    FOCUS
    Testbeds
    Arabianranta
    Kennisnet
    testing
    GigaPort
    low
    high
    MATURITY
    Source: Ballon, Pierson et al (2006)
  • 21.
  • 22. Innovationplatform
  • 23. De toekomst
    2025
    • 40% more demandforcare
    • 24. 20%lesspeopleto deliver care
    the care gap
    Need of care services
    People delivering care
  • 25. Peoplewithchronicillness
    (x 1000) 2003 2025 toename
    Hartfalen 179 263 47%
    Dementie 102 148 45%
    Beroerte 229 329 44%
    Gezichtsstoornissen 543 779 43%
    Coronaire Hartziekten 676 959 42%
    COPD 316 438 39%
    Artrose 682 929 36%
    Ouderdomsdoofheid 534 723 35%
    Diabetes 609 807 33%
    Reumatoïde Artritis 148 180 22%
    Depressie 364 389 7%
    Totaal ongeveer 40% stijging!
    Bron: Den Hollander, 2006
  • 26. the care gap
    Need of care services
    People delivering care
  • 27. E-care
    Wellbeing
    Care
    Cure
    Prevention
    General practitioners
    Homecare
    Nursing home
    Mutual care
    Socialnetworks
    Hospital
    Socialhousing
  • 28. 27
  • 29. Three living lab locations
    28
  • 30. 29
    Monitoring & Sensoring
    Meaning & Socialconnections
  • 31. The consortium
    All knowledgeinstitutions
    • University of Amsterdam
    • 32. Free University
    • 33. University of appliedsciences
    • 34. Novay
    • 35. Waag Society
    Most care institutions
    Most socialhousingcorporations
    Client councils
    Insurance companies
    Municipality
    30
    Focus
    on
    Clients
    and
    professionals
  • 48. Platform
    • Exchange of best practices
    • 49. Focus onwhat is important
    • 50. Upscaling
    Living Lab
    • Pilots / user tests
    • 51. business model tests
    Education
    - The (ICT) skills of the caretakers of tomorrow
    31
  • 52. 32
    Exchange of ideas and practices
    Frontline focus
    Profession
  • 53. Thank you!
    Martijn.Kriens@iCrowds.net

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