13 Living Labs and Smart Cities Jarmo Eskelinen

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Better Services for the People

Living Labs and Smart Cities, 14 December 2010, Ghent (Belgium)

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13 Living Labs and Smart Cities Jarmo Eskelinen

  1. 1. better services for the people
  2. 2. We create user driven,internationally competitive digital services in the Helsinki metropolitan region in collaboration between companies, public sector and citizens.
  3. 3. Anchor companies Public sector Partner companies SME partnership program
  4. 4. Five project areas INNOVATION COMMUNITIES SMART CITY LEARNING WELLBEING MEDIA
  5. 5. Healthy Helsinki Living Lab
  6. 6. Healthy Helsinki Living LabPROMOTING HEALTH 26 000 people Four schools REGAINING HEALTH Four elderly housing units Two malls & metro stations
  7. 7. Finnish mobile TV
  8. 8. Finnish mobile TV
  9. 9. Kuvapaikkasmart cities for smart people Mahdollinen kuvateksti. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit
  10. 10. wicked problems
  11. 11. complexity – tech, rights, privacy
  12. 12. 1 mobile cloud - ubiquitous access 12
  13. 13. 2 location – mark, tag, purchase.
  14. 14. 3 always-on – shared lives
  15. 15. the sweet point – tech, speed, patternsPic: UIAH Crucible Studio, 2006
  16. 16. single (european) marketplace?
  17. 17. 611/30/09 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  18. 18. open = free to use, re-use and distribute 6 11/30/09 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  19. 19. open data – services for + by the people 19 6 11/30/09 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  20. 20. innovation
  21. 21. efficiency
  22. 22. transparency
  23. 23. methodclearing house: interfaces, licences, support
  24. 24. public sectoraccesscollaborationnew servicesparticipationcommitmentsavingsdata qualityfeedbackopen data benefits 24
  25. 25. public sector developersaccess accesscollaboration collaborationnew services new businessparticipation userscommitment crowdsourcingsavings revenuesdata quality data qualityfeedback feedbackopen data benefits 25
  26. 26. Lonely genius is a myth Multi-disciplinarity Discussion and argumentation Conflicting ideas Mash-ups, repurposed ideas ideas are networks Steven Johnson: Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation
  27. 27. public sector + developers open data open access open api s universal identification transaction platforms urban media platforms id & tagging of spaces > mass-customised servicesopen city service interfaces 27
  28. 28. single (european) marketplace?
  29. 29. …let the people build itCity Wall, Lasipalatsi, UIX Group / HIIT / Aalto University 29
  30. 30. Thank you!jarmo.eskelinen@forumvirium.fi © Forum Virium Helsinki 22
  31. 31. Thank you!jarmo.eskelinen@forumvirium.fi © Forum Virium Helsinki 22

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