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  • 1. Esteve Almirallesteve.almirall@esade.edu
  • 2. 1) Open Cities
  • 3. Objectives1)  Explore how to approach Open & User Driven Innovation Methodologies in the Public Sector, particularly Smart Cities. !  Best Practices. !  Innovation Management in the Public Sector. !  Platform governance.2)  Trigger Rich Internet Services & Platforms through four mechanisms. !  Ideas -– Crowdsourcing. !  Living Labs -–Urban Labs. !  Data - Open Data (static & dynamic-Sensors). !  Networks - Open FTH networks.
  • 4. !
  • 5. Helsinki Berlin Senate ! Fraunhofer FOKUS City of AmsterdamNESTA Berlin Dutch Amsterdam ! Cap Digital Paris Institut Telecom ESADE Barcelona Activa Atos Origin RomeUPF – Univ. Pompeu Fabra ! Barcelona DotOpen Tempos21 !
  • 6. Open Cities!"!Open Innovation + Future Internet + Smart Cities ! !"#$%$&!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!#!$%&()*(!+!,%-&()!#!./0%-12/!#!32-(!+!,2-4%&5)26! ! !"(&)*+,$-!!#!7(8()9!72:!+!;-5<15=-4()9!#!>?%)!@202!#!A(:-%-!05!0B%! $5/%!#!>?%)!C%)5-!D%0<5-*! ! !"./0&)%$1&"""""!!#!!>?%)!E))5820(5)!()!0B%!3=:&(4!C%405-6! #!!7(8()9!72:!()!C/2-0!;(0(%!F!G-:2)!72:! #!!H5&%!5I!J%4B)5&59(42&!3&20I5-/!()!>?%)!E))5820(5)! #!!?2)K=-5?%2)!?&20I5-/!I5-!>?%)!@202!L!>?%)!C%)5-!! # @%?&5M/%)0!5I!A=0=-%!E)0%-)%0!C%-8(4%!N/5:(&%!L!A(:%-O! 5 Cities x 5 Mechanisms x 5 Objectives !
  • 7. 2) Open Innovation
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  • 10. 1.  Increasing{number diversity } of services2.  Decreasing budgets3.  Need to re-invent cities (Smart Cities) . . . Public Sector.
  • 11. pla tfo rms
  • 12. Service Platform - govs. - orchestratorsProviders
  • 13. Service Platform - govs. - orchestratorsProviders(#%+4(8#%$)+$(#A4,)#$ (#%+4(8#%$)+$,#>#(A#$ KL#(+M%4&$A&#N$ K.+.$L#(+M%4&$A&#N$
  • 14. 3) Open Data
  • 15. U+>$V5W$?@*+$VWXWB$Y+%"4$:+G-.=$ZR.,+82-.A$:#,M!-&#$<)Z$ "H*BOO11159+4)4G#58+&O1)8"P>QR:&S:!RM"@T;3#)4(#Q9+4)45G#$
  • 16. The problem
  • 17. The Old Way 1.0 you knowthe way it’s done now
  • 18. The New Way Open Data +2.0 -> Citizen talent + Fame and fortune = ?
  • 19. The New Way Open Data +2.0 -> Citizen talent + Fame and fortune = ?
  • 20. Civic Civic Data Apps Hacker Innovator Civic InnovationCatalog Contests Networks Networks Marketplace
  • 21. Service Platform - govs. - orchestratorsProviders0#>#,+*#0$-.M"+4%#$ 8+M0#>#,+*#0$ ,19%$3,,$%"+()$ 1-)"$4%#(%=$8+&&4.-C#%$ "-A"M8+%)$ 3(##$.0$.+)M3(##$ .+$%"(-.A$ #&*+1#(-.A$#.)(#*(#.#4(%"-*$ ,+8,$+[#($ 0(->#.$G9$-..+>C+.$ 3(A&#.)#0$ %C&4,C.A$A(+1)"$
  • 22. esteve almirallesteve.almirall@esade.edu