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Living Labs and Smart Cities, 14 December, Ghent (Belgium)

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  • 1. Smart cities: a fertile ground for Internet innovation Living Labs and Smart Cities: Open Innovation for the Future Internet Ghent, 14 December 2010 Dr Max Lemke European Commission - DG INFSO New Paradigms and Experimental Facilities max.lemke@ec.europa.eu 1"The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission"
  • 2. ICT is making cities “smarter” Smart Cities and regions are at the core of the implementation of the European Digital Agenda  Smart Cities are a fertile ground for Internet innovation 2
  • 3. Smart cities: a fertile ground for Internet innovation•  The European Digital Agenda and Smart Cities•  Smart Cities in the EU ICT Research & Innovation Programmes: Roles and Opportunities – Role of Living Labs in FIRE – Role of Smart Cities and Living Labs in the Future Internet PPP – User-driven open innovation for internet-based services in Smart Cities 3
  • 4. Innovation Union Youth on the move Digital Agenda for Europe Resource efficient Europe Industrial policy for the globalisation era Europe 2020 Agenda for new skills and jobs smart, sustainable and inclusive growth European platform against poverty …vision of Europes social market economy for the 21st century.4
  • 5. A Digital Agenda for Europe The 7 pillars:   digital single market   openness & interoperability   online trust & security   Internet for all   ICT research & innovation   digital inclusion   digital public services These challenges are as well key challenges for cities in becoming “smarter” 5
  • 6. Who is the target of the Digital Agenda for Europe? SMEs “Every Workers Musicians European Digital” Doctors N. Consumers Kroes Patients EnvironmentResearchers Artists Authors Disabled•  The target audience is concentrated in cities•  Smart cities are ideal catalysers for experimenting with new ICT and services before roll-out across regions 6
  • 7. Smart cities: a fertile ground for Internet innovation•  The European Digital Agenda and Smart Cities•  Smart Cities in the EU ICT Research & Innovation Programmes: Roles and Opportunities – Role of Living Labs in FIRE – Role of Smart Cities and Living Labs in the Future Internet PPP – User-driven open innovation for internet-based services in Smart Cities 7
  • 8. Smart cities – a fertile ground for ICT innovation•  Cities offer an excellent infrastructure for Internet research and innovation –  Broadband broadly available –  Active local research labs –  Efficient innovation ecosystems –  Functioning service infrastructures•  Energy consumptions and emissions are concentrated in cities –  ICT as a major consumer –  ICT enabling energy reduction –  Green Digital Charter•  The EU Research and Innovation Programmes support a wide range of initiatives with smart cities as key stakeholders –  Smart cities are key catalysers for applications & services –  They are the core of large scale experiments 8
  • 9. Future Internet: A Comprehensive EU ApproachTechnology Future Internet Risk FP7 FP7/PPP CIP/ICT PSP • market oriented R&D • longer-term R&D • integration of new • cost-efficiency • large scale trials • Common enablers ICT & new ideas (using existing • adaptation to specific • open platforms and technology) demands… interoperability • service innovation Time to Market Piloting 2-3 years 5-10 years deployment ••• 99
  • 10. Smart cities: a fertile ground for Internet innovation•  The European Digital Agenda and Smart Cities•  Smart Cities in the EU ICT Research & Innovation Programmes: Roles and Opportunities – Role of Living Labs in FIRE – Role of Smart Cities and Living Labs in the Future Internet PPP – User-driven open innovation for internet-based services in Smart Cities 10
  • 11. FIRE Future Internet Research & Experimentation•  Supporting research and innovation on new network and service architectures FIRE Research validation•  Through large scale experimentation, predict Research Large Scale behavior and assess non-technical impact Experiment.FIRE Experimental Facility requirementsUser Communities Test bed 1 Test bed 2 Test bed 3 Exp5 Exp2 Test bed 9 Test bed 1 Test bed 4 Test bed 2 Test bed 3 Test bed 5 Test bed 4 Exp Exp4 1 Exp3 bed 5 Test Test bed 6 Test bed 7 Test bed 8 Test bed 6 Test bed 7 Test bed 8 Onelab2, Federica, PII, and Wisebed are offering their prototype services 11
  • 12. Role of LLs and Smart Cities in the FIRE Initiative•  Smart cities as multifaceted testbed environments•  Living Labs to bring end-users to the experiments – not only preach it but do it!•  FIREball as the link between ENoLL and FIRE•  Relevant Calls: –  FIRE Experimentation: ICT Obj. 1.6, 15 M€, Small STREPs, Call 8, autumn 2011 –  Open Calls of FIRE Facility projects for Experiments >20 experiments, ~5M€ funding, calls in 2011/12 12
  • 13. SMART SANTANDER A large research project focused on Internet services in the city•  unique in the world city-scale experimental research facility in support of typical applications and services for a smart city•  more than 20,000 sensors based on a real life IoT deployment in an urban setting.•  EU funding 6M€ at shared cost with project partners•  Additional city/regional support for sensor Funded under Challenge 1 of infrastrcutures the ICT theme of FP7www.smartsantander.eu 13
  • 14. Smart cities: a fertile ground for Internet innovation•  The European Digital Agenda and Smart Cities•  Smart Cities in the EU ICT Research & Innovation Programmes: Roles and Opportunities – Role of Living Labs in FIRE – Role of Smart Cities and Living Labs in the Future Internet PPP – User-driven open innovation for internet-based services in Smart Cities 14
  • 15. Future Internet Public Private Partnership:Towards an Internet enabled service economy Service- More based flexibility, business trust, self-* models Delivering Clouds tailored becoming services to reality citizens Reducing Wealth of costs, real world carbon, data energy footprint Europe to All- lead the connected future intelligent service objects economy 15
  • 16. FI PPP: leadership beyond R&D Making the world ‘smarter’ and accelerate sustainable innovation Competitiveness & Innovation ICT applications research EU Programme ICT-PSP Policies Application Pull Trade-offs:  + user-driven FI Platform   Private/Public holistic/system   Infrastructure  + social benefit perspective/market  - time to market impact   Openness   Regulation Technology push European Technology ICT technology research Platforms ICT Programme Challenge 1 Making Europe a world leader in Future Internet technologies 16
  • 17. FI PPP – The core principleBalance of technology push & application pull–  Core platform activities driven by ICT technology providers–  Usage area activities driven by usage area actors–  Capacity building activities influenced by innovation ecosystem stakeholders (e.g. smart cities – learning from CIP pilots) Domain- specific Domain- Domain-Smart Energy specific Smart specific Living General-purpose Communication and Service (Core) Domain- Platform Domain- Smart Health specific Smart specific Transport Domain- specific 17
  • 18. Role of LLs and Smart Cities in the FI PPP•  Smart cities as catalysers for Internet services – a perfect environment to demonstrate services/application mash-up•  Living Labs building the bridge between technologies and users•  Relevant Work Programme Objectives –  Use case scenarios (phase 1) / trials (phase 2), use case expansian phase (phase 3); –  Capacity building & Infrastructure (Phases 1+2); –  SME innovation (phase 3). 18
  • 19. FI PPP: programme architectureCall 1 300M€ planned in 2011-13 Call 2 Call 3 Up to 8 Use Case Scenarios Up to 5 Trials 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 19
  • 20. Smart cities: a fertile ground for Internet innovation•  The European Digital Agenda and Smart Cities•  Smart Cities in the EU ICT Research & Innovation Programmes: Roles and Opportunities – Role of Living Labs in FIRE – Role of Smart Cities and Living Labs in the Future Internet PPP – User-driven open innovation for internet-based services in Smart Cities 20
  • 21. Motivation for the EC to act under the CIP-PSP Programme•  New and often “revolutionary” internet technologies are maturing –  Ready for a new wave of internet-based services –  Transforming our way of life•  New broadband infrastructures are emerging –  Digital Agenda for Europe –  Spectrum policy – digital dividend•  Fragmented market of island solutions – a barrier for broad take-up –  Single solutions in individual cities –  Pilots of limited scope –  Fragmented groups of stakeholders –  Need for open platforms for internet-based services•  Innovation ecosystems can bridge –  Work well locally in cities or regions –  High potential for exploiting synergies across borders 21
  • 22. Open Innovation for Future Internet- enabled Services in “Smart” Cities•  7 pilots starting 2010 15 M€ EU funding•  Similar Initiative envisaged for 2011 – focus on: –  Ultra-fast wireless connectivity User-driven open innovation Cross-border networks of –  Internet service platforms ecosystems “smart” cities –  Catch up for less developed urban areas 25 Smart Cities in 15 Member States Innovative Internet-based services Supported by the Competitiveness and Innovation Programme under ICT Policy Support 22
  • 23. ConclusionsThe Digital Agenda for Europe and the ICTrelated initiatives under the EU research andinnovation programmes strongly contributeto making our cities smarter therebysupporting the integrated and intelligentgrowth of urban areas 23
  • 24. Further Information•  ec.europa.eu/livinglabs – livings labs, smart cities•  ec.europa.eu/foi – read about the many activities the EC undertakes on Future Internet•  www.future-internet.eu – The European Future Internet Portal – the community site•  cordis.europa.eu/ict/ch1 – Ongoing European FI research & development activities•  ec.europa.eu/ict_psp – Competitiveness and Innovation Programme•  ec.europa.eu/ict4ee; www.eumayors.eu/ Green Digital Charter 24

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