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18 Smart Cities Dave Carter

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  • 1. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Smart Metro Areas Realised Through Innovation & People – SMART-iP Dave Carter, Head, Manchester Digital Development Agency - MDDA
  • 2. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Starting Points: - Eurocities founded in 1986 - Brussels office opened in 1992 - Telecities founded in 1993 - European Digital Cities project (94-96 - FP4) - TEN-Telecom project ‘InfoCities’ (96-98) - IntelCity Roadmap project (FP5 – 2002-3) - Intelligent Cities project (FP6 – 2004-6) - Eurocities Knowledge Society Forum – KSF - Founding network of Living Labs - European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) - Smart Cities working group and network
  • 3. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt SMARTiP priorities: • Smart cities need smart citizens • User driven innovation • Co-creation and co-production • Users as producers • Empowering citizens • Future Internet social capital • Innovative business models
  • 4. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt SMARTiP Themes • Smart Engagement • Smart Environments • Smart Mobility - Open Data - Citizens as sensors - Social (data) networking - Co-production of services
  • 5. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Challenges: • Demonstrating benefits • Mixed experiences, e.g. PPPs • Trust and confidence • Legacy systems and structures • Value for money • Economic crisis • Risk adverse environment
  • 6. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Opportunities: • Building new collaborations • Cities understanding innovation • Innovators understanding cities • Majority of people living in cities • Real citizen engagement • Visibility and transparency • User generated content and services
  • 7. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt SMARTiP: replicable service prototypes
  • 8. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group • Working with Smart Cities Portfolio partners to establish the Working Group and agree governance arrangements, including a Work Plan • Chair Working Group meetings and coordinate arrangements for meetings and associated activities (in collaboration with the Commission and other partners) • Establish working relationships with key networks, including Eurocities and ENoLL, and coordinate the promotion of Working Group activities and initiatives through these networks and more widely • Coordinate the production and implementation of a Communications Plan for the Smart Cities Portfolio (in collaboration with the Commission and other partners) • Developing the highest possible profile for the Working Group’s activities by exploiting the projects’ links with key decision makers at regional, national and international level as well as with the media.
  • 9. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Smart Cities as Creative Cities: • City-regions: Manchester, Gent, Oulu, Bologna/Emilia Romagna, Cologne • Technology partners: Alcatel-Lucent, Engineering • Living Labs: IBBT, ENOLL, University of Manchester, Oulu • NGO: Peoples Voice Media
  • 10. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Smart Cities Networking: SMARTiP supporting the Portfolio: • Linking projects and networks • User experiences and collaborations • New business models – social economy • Open data, open access, open source • Capacity building at all levels • Connecting with City Leaders/Mayors • Smart Cities + Living Labs + Future Internet
  • 11. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Outcomes: • long term collaboration between Smart Cities, Living Labs and Future Internet • open ‘citizen developer’ communities • public-private-people-partnerships (PPPPs) • co-production in the design and delivery of services • transferable apps/services and business models
  • 12. Living Labs Community Networking and CIP/FP7 proposals development January 15th , 2009 Brussels 15JAN09-LivingLab-shortpres-1.ppt Thank You! d.carter@manchesterdda.com www.manchesterdda.com