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  • 1. Open Innovation and Knowledge Cities:
    22@Barcelona Case
    Josep Miquel Piqué
    josep.pique@22barcelona.cat
  • 2. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Agenda
    Agenda
    Open Innovation
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    Open Innovation in Cities
    22@UrbanLab Case
    Conclusions
  • 3. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation
    Open Innovation: Framework
    To capture and benefit for the rapid pace of technological development, mature corporations need to think and behave in ways that embrace and encourage innovation:
    • From outside
    • 4. From inside
    • 5. To core markets
    • 6. To new markets
    • 7. With existing partners
    • 8. With new partners
    • 9. With greater uncertainty
    • 10. With greater ambiguity
  • Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation
    Closed Innovation System:
    Source: Barcelona KIM Conference - Henry Chesbrouhg, 2008
  • 11. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation
    Open Innovation:
    Source: Barcelona KIM Conference - Henry Chesbrouhg, 2008
  • 12. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation
    Open Innovation:
  • 13. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation
    Open Innovation:
  • 14. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Agenda
    Agenda
    Open Innovation
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    Open Innovation in Cities
    22@UrbanLab Case
    Conclusions
  • 15. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    TRIPLE HELIX. Local & Global InnovationSystems
    Government

    KnowledgeCities
    UrbansClusters
    Open Innovation

    University
    Industry
    Source: Henry Etzkowitz & LoetLeydesdorff, 2000.
  • 16. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    I+I
    International
    Innovation
    Source: Francesc Solé Parellada, Josep Piqué & Joan Bellavista. 2007.
  • 17. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Agenda
    Agenda
    Open Innovation
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    Open Innovation in Cities
    22@UrbanLab Case
    Conclusions
  • 18. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation in Cities
    Open Innovation in Cities
    COMPANIES, INDUSTRY
    SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    CITY, MARKET
  • 19. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Open Innovation in Cities
    TRIPLE HELIX AND OPEN INNOVATION IN CITIES
    Government
    Triple Helix
    The City as a Platform
    The City as Organization
    Public Procurement
    City Challenges
    Citizens needs
    Ecology of innovation
    University
    Industry
    Driven Research
    Tech Transfer
    Urban Lab
    Golden References
    Customer Insights
    Scalability
    Source: Henry Etzkowitz & LoetLeydesdorff, 2000.
  • 20. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Agenda
    Agenda
    Open Innovation
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    Open Innovation in Cities
    22@UrbanLab Case
    Conclusions
  • 21. 22@Barcelona: The territorial platform
    Transformation of the old industrial area into new knowledge district
    22@Barcelona: Municipal society created in 2001 by the City Council, to transform 198,26 hectares of industrial downtown district of Barcelona in an innovative productive district aimed at concentrating and developing knowledge intensive activities. The transformation of the district focuses on three renovations that enhance the project:
    Urban Economic Social
    renewal transformation promotion
    1500 companies and institutions (45% of new creation)
    44.600
    new jobs
    70% of companies in 5 strategic sectors
    10 universities, 25.000 students
    12 R&D centers
    15
  • 22. Wi-fi and optic fiber
    New energy networks
    New mobility plan
    Selective pneumatic waste collection
    New heating and cooling system
    Underground galleries
    22@Barcelona: The territorial platform
    Leading infrastructures
  • 23. A Barcelona experience: 22@UrbanLab
    Definition
    The Barcelona Urban Lab
    Definition
    Urban Lab is a tool to promote Open Innovation in the 22@Barcelona district
    The City as an Urban Laboratory .
    Aims
    • INNOVATION: To foster business innovation from 22@Barcelona and to be a benchmark of innovation for the rest of the city and other cities (public administrations and companies).
    • 24. SHORTEN TIME TO MARKET: To enable companies to trial innovative products in a real place so that if they prove their value they can subsequently be commercialized on a large scale in Barcelona or in other cities in the world.
    • 25. BETTER SERVICES: To learn and create new products or services that are capable of offering improvements to the citizens of Barcelona.
    Is a tool defined by the Barcelona City Council to foster innovation in their companies, universities and public administration, and based in the power of public procurement .
  • 26. A Barcelona experience: 22@UrbanLab
    Methodology
    How ?
    18
  • 27. A Barcelona experience: 22@UrbanLab
    Pilots
    Some results
    • Starting date: 2008
    • 28. Pilot proposals received: 46 pilot proposals
    • 29. Pilot tested or testing actually: 14 pilots
    • 30. Domains: Enviroment, Mobility, Telecom, …
    Some of the pilot projects that have been trialled to date are:
    • Implementation of 12 outdoorpublicstreetlightingpoints Eco Digital with LED technology. 2009
    • 31. Implementation of 2 chargingpointsforelectric cars. 2009
    • 32. Pilot trial of 1 electrically and solar poweredmotorbike. 2010
    • 33. Traffic control cameras. 2008
    • 34. Metering: gas, electricity and water meters without presence.2009
    • 35. Fibre optics in homes (FTTH) . 2008
    • 36. Bicycle lanes. 2008
    • 37. Presence sensors for the public parking payment areas. 2010
    • 38. Barcelona Noise-map. 2010
    • 39. Among others…
    www.22Barcelona.com/UrbanLab
  • 40. Open Innovation in Cities: 22@UrbanLab Case
    Agenda
    Agenda
    Open Innovation
    Knowledge Cities and Local Innovation Systems
    Open Innovation in Cities
    22@UrbanLab Case
    Conclusions
  • 41. A Barcelona experience: 22@UrbanLab
    Conclusions
    Citizens: More and better products and solutions for better municipal services.
    Businesses: Real-life testing space for easier market access. Learn, shorten time to market and increase their competitiveness and scalability.
    Science and Technology : It’s a powerful tool for technology transfer, both locally and internationally.
    Public administration: Facilitate the introduction of new solutions and promote the innovation of the companies. New way of Public Procurement.
  • 42. Thank you!
    JosepMiquel Piqué
    josep.pique@22barcelona.cat