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    • ENoLL – European Network of Living Labs Global Network of User Driven Open Innovation Ecosystems INNOVATING 4 DEVELOPMENT Álvaro de Oliveira President of the European Network of Living Labs1 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Overview   Global  challenges  of  our  0me     What  is  a  Living  Lab?     European  Network  of  Living  Labs   (ENoLL)     ENoLL  globalisa0on     ENoLL  Ac0vi0es  in  Brazil     European  Innova0on  Policies  2   Conclusions   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Global Challenges of our time   Finding  solu0ons  for  clean  energy  sustainability     Finding  solu0ons  for  climate  change     Managing  demographic  shiIs     Preven0ng  and  managing  ageing  problems     Providing  safe  water  supplies     Maintaining  food  security     Op0mizing  mobility     Implemen0ng  security     Public  deficits  stabiliza0on  3 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Sustainable Solutions4 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living LabsLiving Labs are a user-driven open innovation eco-system where theuser (citizen, resident, worker, student, visitor, customer) lives, works,studies, plays and entertains. In this real living environment, the userco-creates, experiments and tests new ideas, products and services. User centric solutions and social innovation processes lead to new forms of productivity and competitiveness as well as sustainable behaviour transformation. Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Lab Eco-system Local,  Regional   Univeris0es     and  Na0onal   and  Research   Government   Ins0tutes   Living Lab Funding  and   Financing   Enterprises   RDI  Stakeholders   Facilita0on   User  Communi0es  6 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Lab Communities Comunidade User  Communi0es   Comunidade de Usuários Virtual7 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Changing Drivers of Living Labs   Internet  is  at  the  heart  of  the  open  co-­‐crea0on     PlaRorms  and  open  connec0vity  are  key  facilitators       Living  Labs  are  ci0zen/user  oriented  environments,   promo0ng  innova0on  and  pioneering  new  markets     Open  innova0on  is  the  soul  of  compe00veness    (Social  networks,  open  source)     Emergence  of  new  services       Ecological  sustainability      awareness  enabling  consumer    behaviour  transforma0on  8 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Co-creation of Innovation Source: Form It Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Labs Methodologies   Increased  collabora0on  between  public  authori0es,  research  centers,   businesses  and  user  communi0es.  Sharing  good  prac0ces     Flexible  and  adap0ve  design  process  rooted  in  real-­‐life  experience  with   increased  chances  of  succeeding  with  new  products.  Shorter  lead  0me   from  concept  to  market  (promote  viral  adop0on)     BeVer  and  more  intensive  use  of  internal  ideas.  BeVer  access  to  ideas   outside  the  organiza0on.       Accelera0on  of  innova0on.  Increased  produc0vity  of  the  RDI  ac0vi0es.     Includes  wider  socio-­‐economic  and  socio-­‐ins0tu0onal  factors,  enablers   of  sustainable  development.  Co-­‐crea0on  methodologies  and  tools.     Not  only  the  “immediate”  or  direct  factors,  rela0onships,  func0onali0es   or  impacts  of  the  “object”  under  LL-­‐experimental  RDI,  but  indirect   impacts,  externali0es  and  poten0al  side  effects.     Improved  coopera0on  in  Interna0onal  Networks.  Facilitate  the   interna0onal  posi0oning  and  privileged  access  to  the  markets.    10   Facilitate  the  development  of  human  capital  and  culture  sustainability   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)11 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Waves in EU Presidencies Finnish Portuguese French Presidency, Slovenian Presidency, Presidency, Autumn 2008 Presidency,Autumn 2006 Autumn 2007 Spring 2008 1st 2nd 3rdWave 2006 Wave 2007 Wave 2008 5th Autumn 4th Autumn 2010 Wave 2009 Wave Swedish Spanish Belgian Hungarian Presidency, Presidency, Presidency, Presidency, Spring 2011 Autumn 2009 Spring 2010 Autumn 2010 12 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European RDI System13 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European RDI Policies •  FP7  Programme   •  CIP  Programme   •  Thema0c  Domains   •  Smart  Ci0es   •  Smart  Regions   •  PPP  Programmes   •  Future  Internet   •  Factory  of  the  Future   •  Electric  Car   •  Efficient  Buildings   •  Regional  and  cross-­‐border  development   •  Pre-­‐Commercial  Procurement  of  Innova0on   The RDI policies foster partnerships for collaborative user- driven innovation. Living Lab eco-systems and methodologies.14 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European Network of Living Labs  Living  Labs  enable  the  co-­‐crea0on  of  user-­‐driven  and   human-­‐centric  research,  development  and  innova0on  of   technologies,  products  and  services  focused  on  well-­‐being   of  people.    ENoLL  contributes  to  the  crea0on  of  a  dynamic,  mul0-­‐layer   and  mul0dimensional  European  Innova0on  ecosystem.    ENoLL  facilitates  the  coopera0on  and  the  exploita0on  of   synergies  between  members  and  groups  of  members   (thema0c  domains).    ENoLL  aims  at  the  Future  Internet,  Living  Labs  and  Smart   Ci0es  convergence.    ENoLL  globaliza0on  fosters  open  interna0onal  collabora0on   to  solve  the  big  challenges  of  our  0mes,  thus  contribu0ng   to  global  well  being  ,  prosperity  and  stability.   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Lab Types •  Local  Living  Labs   •  Regional  Living  Labs   •  Na0onal  Networks   •  Sectorial  Living  Labs   •  Cross  border    Living  Labs   •  European  Network  of  Living  Labs   •  Thema0c  Sub  Networks  Living  Labs   •  Global  Network  Living  Labs    16 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • National and Regional Networks of Living Labs   Finnish  Network     Swedish  Network     Nordic  Network     Cataluña  Network     Slovenian  Network     Portuguese  Network     Italian  Network  17 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Today  188  EU  Living  Labs      24  Living  Labs  outside  EU    Brazil  Network  of  Living  Labs    China  Network  of  Living  Labs  (Emerging  CNoLL)    Africa  Network  of  Living  Labs  (Emerging  ANoLL)    Thema0c  domain  Working  Group  workshop    held  on  the  13th  December  in   Ghent.    ENoLL  PPP  Policy    ini0a0ve  (Core  Group:  ENoLL  council  and  efec0ve   members,  open  to  others)    ENoLL  services:  LLs  awareness,  dissemina0on,coaching,  Summer  School  and   its  extension    EU-­‐Brazil  and  EU-­‐China  Living  Labs  Innova0on  Conferences  in  2011      5th  Call  for  ENoLL  membership    announced  on  the  14th  of  December  in   Ghent,  Belgium  to  close  in  March  2011.Results  publicly  anounced  on  the       16th  of  May  2011  in  Budapest.   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Office  ENoLL  Office  and  Secretariat  team  (IBBT)  provides   informa0on  services  and  organiza0onal  support  to   ENoLL  members  and  supports  the  Council  and   Work  Groups  in  developing  and  implemen0ng   ENoLL  strategic  and  opera0onal  objec0ves    ENoLL  Office  is  headquartered  in  Brussels  (IBBT)   and  has  one  full-­‐0me  staff  member    ENoLL  Portal  (including  members  sec0on)  and   monthly  ENoLL  newsleVer    Contact  ENoLL  Office  info@enoll.org   19 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Council functional Organisation Mikael  Börjeson   Pieter  Ballon   Treasurer   ENoLL  Council   Secretariat   Deputy:  Kirsi  Lindfors   Deputy:  Anna  Kivilehto   (Membership  OperaFons)   18-­‐21  Members   (Membership  AdministraFon)   Roberto  Santoro   Jarmo  Eskelinen   Álvaro  de  Oliveira   Vice-­‐President   Vice-­‐President   President   Deputy:  Ana  Garcia   Deputy:  Dave  Carter   Work  Groups.  EU  Presidencies.  NaFonal   SMEs,  Entrepreneurship  and   CommunicaFons,     Networks.  InternaFonal  CooperaFon   Manufacturing.  Events   Smart  CiFes  Network   ENoLL  Strategy  and  OperaFon  Work   ThemaFc  Domain  Living  Labs    Work   Group   Group   ENoLL Policy Work Group CoordinaFon:  Álvaro  Oliveira   CoordinaFon:  Tuija  Hirvikoski   Coordination: Seija Kulkki Deputy:  Jesse  Marsh   Deputy:  Mikael  Borjeson   Deputy: Bernhard Katzy • Energy  Efficiency.  Climate  change   • Well  Being  and  Health   • CreaFve  Media.  User  driven  contents.   Foreign  Affairs  ENoLL  Work  Group   Future  Internet,  Living  Labs  and   • Social  InnovaFon.  Social  Inclusion   Social  InnovaFon   • ThemaFc  Tourism.  Culture  Services   • e-­‐Government.  e-­‐ParFcipaFon   Amsterdam  -­‐  Africa-­‐  Daan  Velthauz   Convergence  Work  Group     • Smart  CiFes.  Future  Internet   Helsinki  -­‐  Asia-­‐  Jarmo  Eskelinen   • Regional,  territorial  and  rural  development  .   Lisbon  -­‐  North  and  South  America-­‐   CoordinaFon:  Pieter  Ballon   • Mobility   Álvaro  Oliveira   Deputy:  Jo  Pierson   • Industry  and  logisFcs.  Internet  of  things   Ljubljana  -­‐  Central  and  Eastern  Europe,   • Security   Euro-­‐Med  -­‐  Joze  Gricar  20 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Work Groups Thematic Domains ENoLL Strategy Living Labs ENoLL Policy and Operation Work Group Coordination Work Group Work Group Health Health Care (e- Prevention) Wellbeing Energy. Environment Media. Creativity Future Internet, Regions Rural and Territories Living Labs and Living Labs SMEs, Entrepreneurship and Foreign Affairs Social Innovation Manufacturing Ambassadors Convergence Work Social Inclusion Group Mobility21 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Foreign Affairs Ambassadors Foreign  Affairs  Ambassadors   Amsterdam  (Africa-­‐  Daan  Velthauz)   Helsinki  (Asia-­‐  Jarmo  Eskelinen)   Lisbon  (North  and  South  America-­‐  Álvaro  Oliveira)   Ljubljana  (Central  and  Eastern  Europe,     Euro-­‐Med  -­‐  Joze  Gricar)  22 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Globalization of ENoLL (1/4)Expansion  outside  EU    Brazil    China    Africa    Korea  CollaboraFon  Agreements    FAO  –  Food  and  Agriculture  Organiza0on  of  the  United  Na0ons,  Rome   (MoU,Ac0on  Plan,Rome  conference  in  January)    INSME  –  Interna0onal  Network  of  SMEs,  Rome  (In  progress)    EEN  –  European  Enterprise  Network,  Brussels  (In  progress)    United  Forum  -­‐  Ubiquitous  Network  Industry  and  Technology   Development  Forum,  Internet  of  Things  –  Beijing,  China    Beijing  City  Administra0on  and  Public  Service  Innova0on  -­‐  Informa0on   System  and  Equipment  Center  (CAISEC)  –  Beijing,China   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Globalization of ENoLL (3/4) The Case of China (CNoLL)Workshops  •  Energy  Efficiency,  Shanghai  (13-­‐14/10/2010)  •  Beijing  Energy  Efficiency  Workshop  (22/11/2010)  •  Beijing  ENoLL  Workshop  (25/11/2010)  •  Beijing  ENoLL  Workshop  (Planned  for  Feb  2011)  ExisFng  Living  Labs  •  TianJin-­‐China  Living  Lab  •  China  Mobile  Research  Ins0tute  •  Mobile  Life  Club  of  China  -­‐  MC²  •  Living  Lab  of  China  Mobile  Communica0on  Corpora0on   (LLCM)   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Globalization of ENoLL (4/4) Other Cases•  Korea  (  Workshop  planned  for  February   2011)  •  Australia  (Ac0on  plan  ini0ated  in   October  2010)  •  Singapore  (Ac0on  plan  to  start  in  2011)   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Activities in Brazil Federal Government and EU International Forum for Workshop on Living Labs, Commission Workshop on Living Labs Workshop, Technology and Innovation, Manaus, July 2008 Living Labs, Brasília, Belém, Pará, 30/Nov/2009 Vitoria, ES, November 2008 September 2008 Workshop on Innovation and Workshop LLs, Vitoria, ES, Federal Government Meetings Living Labs, Manaus, April 24th 2009 October 2008 on Living Labs, Brasília, November 9th 2009 Living Labs Workshop, Workshop on Innovation and Espírito Santo, ES, Living Labs, Manaus, September 28th 2009. September 2009 Espirito Santo Living Lab Living Labs for International Workshop, Vitoria, ES, June Cooperation. FIAM, Manaus, 2009 November 26th 2009 Espirito Santo Living Lab Workshop, Vitoria, ES, July 31th 2009 Living Labs Workshop - UFES, Vitória, ES, December 2009 Living Labs Energy Efficiency, Escelsa, Vitória, Brazilian Living Labs: Innovation and Living Labs ES, December 2009 1. LL awareness, Brazilian LL Workshop, São Paulo, SP participants on European September 2008 Events (EU Lyon 08, Helsinki 08, EU Portugal 07, EU Smart Cities, São Paulo, SP, Slovenia 08, Brussels 08, etc) December 2009 2. Brazilian Living Labs and ENoLL EU-Brazil LLs Conference, Energy Living Labs Workshop, Digital Niterói, Niteroi, Rio de 3. Emerging Living Labs EDP Inovação, São Paulo, SP, Campinas, SP, October Janeiro, RJ, December 2008 4. Brazilian Living Labs Network December 2009 2010 (t.b.c.)26 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL in Brazil - Results 3rd  Call   •  Amazon  Living  Lab  -­‐  Fundação  Feitosa  (Manaus,  Amazonas)   •  Espirito  Santo  Cidadania  Digital  (Vitoria,  Espirito  Santo)   •  Living  Lab  INdT  -­‐  Well  Being  and  Wealth  Care  LL  (Manaus,  Amazonas)   •  Inova  Unicamp  Innova0on  Agency  Living  Lab(Campinas,  São  Paulo)   4th  Call   •  Amazonas  Living  Lab  (Manaus,  Amazonas)   •  BBILL  (  Belo  Horizonte,  Minas  Gerais)   •  EDP/Brasil  Living  Lab  (São  Paulo,  São  Paulo)   •  Group  Inter-­‐Ac0on  Living  Lab  (Manaus,  Amazonas)   •  Habitat  Living  Lab  (Vitoria,  Espirito  Santo)   •  Rio  Living  Lab  (Rio  de  Janeiro,  Rio  de  Janeiro)    27 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Brazilian Network of Living Labs ExisFng  Living  Labs  domains   •   Sustainable  Energy  and  Energy  Efficiency   •   Environment  Technologies.  Sustainability   •   Biotechnology.  Biodiversity   •   Enviroment  Technologies   •   Natural  Products  Tradi0onal  Prac0ces   •   Social  Innova0on.  Inclusion   Emerging  Living  Labs  domain   •   Internet  of  Things  and  Intelligent  Logis0cs   •   Automo0ve  Industry   •   Civil  Aeronau0cs  Industry   •   Agrifood.  Healthy  Food   •   Crea0ve  IT  Industries   •   Thema0c  Tourism  (Eco-­‐ac0vi0es)   •   Security  28 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Rio de Janeiro Well Being Living Lab Partners:   RJ  State  Government   Healthy Olympic  Commiaee   Social Living, Genesis  InsFtute   Inclusion, Sports Porto  Maravilha   e-Participation Municipality   Smart Cities, Socio  Design   Urban FUNDARPE   Environment, Renewal   QuickMind   Sustainability Milestone   Rio de Janeiro EduWeb   PUC-­‐Rio   Culture, Well Being Entertainment, SEBRAE   RioFilm   Arts, Lifestyle Affero   Design, Living Lab Globo   Fashion FINEP   SECRJ   others   Digital Others Production, Publishing, Thematic TV Tourism29 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Amazonia Living Lab Partners:   AM  State  Government   AmazonasTur   Ecotourism SUFRAMA   Biodiversity (a)  Includes  the  Living  Labs:   (a) EMBRAPA   Biomedicines  and      Bio  cosmeFcs.   FAPEAM     Sustainable (a)  Includes  tradiFonal  culture,   SEBRAE   Energy handcracs,  entrepneurship,   CIEAM   micro  businesses,  etc.   Well Being (b)  CommuniFes  CoordinaFon   FIEAM   CooperaFon.   UFAM   Health Amazonia CETA   INPA   Sustainable SECT   Living Lab Environment INdT   UEA   ICT Assisted (c) others   Learning Others Culture Preservation (b) Digital Inclusion30 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU – Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration Renewable Energy production and Europe distribution. Mobility. Energy Efficiency. Brazil ICT. Behaviour Transformation. SMART Metering. SMART Grid. Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU – Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration Europe Large Scale Pilots Africa Biofuel Brazil productio Biofuel n Technologies Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU – Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration ICT for Mobility ICT for Europe China Large Scale Mobility Pilots Brazil Biofuel Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European Innovation Competitiveness •  Educa0on  (Strategic  and  sizeable  investments  in  quality   educa0on  and  research).   •  Entrepreneurship  (Venture  capital,  entrepreneurial  culture   within  ins0tu0ons,  students,  etc.)   •  Environment  (Climate  impact,  sustainability,  mobility,  etc.)   •  Energy  (Energy  Efficiency,  renewables,  Smart  Grid,  Smart   Ci0es,  Smart  Regions,  etc.)   •  Future  Internet  technologies  and  services.  Internet  of  Things.   •  Smart  Manufacturing  34 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Innovation Role for Universities Universi0es  need  to  harmonize  very  disparate  ac0vi0es  and  interest   groups:  educa0on,  networked  research  and  core    disciplinary   research.   •  Fluent  and  constant  dialogue  between  the  university  ins0tu0ons   and  society.   •  Joint  plaRorms  with  enterprises  and  ins0tu0ons  (beyond  short   reach  strategies).   •  Greater  mobility  between  the  personnel  of  the  ins0tu0ons,   enterprises  and  the  universi0es.   •  Fostering  enterpreneurship  in  society  and  among  young  people.   Living Labs provide the changing environment Source: Universities, Innovation and competitiveness of local economies – Richard Lester, MIT35 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European Manufacturing Sustainability •  Advanced  machine  tools   •  Smart  robo0cs   •  Flexible  compe00ve  local  manufacturing   •  Local  assembly  integra0ng  mass  produced  components   •  Local  distribu0on.  Smart  logis0cs   •  Product  design.  Fashion.  Customer  interac0on   •  Mass  customiza0on   •  Extended  products  36 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Regional Cohesion Policy (1/2) •  Regions  have  the  greatest  share  of  resources  for  promo0ng   territorial  innova0on  and  are  where  the  benefits  are  most   visible.   •  They  cannot  afford  the  “policy  delay”  from  innova0ve   thinking  at  the  EU  level  to  policy  implementa0on  in  regional   programmes.   •  Regions  can  instead  take  a  leading,  demand-­‐driven  role  in   introducing  transversal  innova0on  policies,  mixing  technical   and  non-­‐technical  par0cipa0on  and  linking  Crea0ve  Region   strategies  to  territorial  innova0on  (Living  Labs).   Source:  Jesse  Marsh,  Living  Labs  and  Territorial  Innova0on  37 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Regional Cohesion Policy (2/2) •  Regions  through  its  territorial  coopera0on  programmes  as   well  as  through  its  mul0-­‐layer  governance  system  under   shared  management,  can    foster  cross-­‐border  and  trans-­‐ na0onal  integra0on  and  exchange  of  good  prac0ces.   •  Regional  cohesion  policy  should  con0nue  to  foster   compe00veness,  innova0on  employment  and  economic,   social  and  territorial  cohesion  in  the  European  Union.   Living Labs can provide the cross-border, trans-national and global integration Source: Council conclusions on the Strategic Report of 2010 by the Commission on the implementation of the Cohesion Policy Programmes38 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Conclusions (1/2) •  The  big  global  challenges  of  our  0me  demand  mass  par0cipa0on  of   users/consumers/ci0zens.  Finding  solu0ons  to  climate  change,   managing  demographic  shiIs,  presen0ng  and  managing  chronic   diseases,  providing  safe  water  supplies  and  maintaining  food   security  will  require  the  pooling  of  diverse  types  of  knowledge  and   resources,  and  harnessing  the  mo0va0on  of  millions  of  individuals   and  their  communi0es.   •  Technologies  are  not  sufficient  to  resolve  the  challenges  in  a   sustainable  way,  user  behaviour  transforma0on  is  required  and   this  can  be  enabled  by  the  use  of  ICT  and  the  Living  Lab   methodologies.   •  Brazil  has  embraced  with  enthusiasm  the  Living  Lab  culture  and   partnerships  being  forged  with  the  European  movement    aims  to     contribute  to  a    stable  and  sustainable    mutual  development.   ENoLL    vision  is    to  support  this  approach  on  a  global  scale.    39 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Conclusions (2/2) •  Europe  needs  to  address  its  poli0cal  integra0on  leading  to  more   Europe.  The  current  crisis  has  uncovered  hidden  fragili0es  but  also   fostered  new  solu0ons.  Regions  such  as  Danube  and  cross-­‐border   collabora0on  using  Living  Lab  methodologies  can  accelerate  a   faster  and  more  effec0ve  integra0on.   •  The  European  RDI  policies  encourage  the  use  of  Living  Lab  eco-­‐ systems  and  methodologies  to  achieve  faster  and  more  efficient   results.   •  Universi0es  need  to  be  more  involved  with  the  other  stakeholders   of  the  innova0on  system.  Technology  is  important  but  needs  to  be   complemented  with  other  knowledge  and  exper0se  such  as   entrepreneurship  culture  and  innova0on  and  business  prac0ces.  40 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Thank You Álvaro de Oliveira alvaro.oliveira@alfamicro.pt Phone: +351 21 486 67 84 Mobile: +351 91 666 66 66 Skype: alvaroduarteoliveira Address: Alfamicro Alameda da Guia, 192-A 2750-368 Cascais PORTUGAL41 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Labs Domains of Activity User Early Adopters Early Majority Mainstream Engagement Enthusiasts (Visionaries) (Pragmatists) Users Living Labs: User-driven open innovation ecosystems involving all relevant players of the value network Future Internet by the people Service & Fundamental Applied Demonstration Product Market Research Research Piloting Development Business-Citizens-Government Partnerships Public & Private Venture Industry Seed Money research funding Capital Banks Pre-Commercial Gap Source: European Commission42 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Labs enablers in Brazil Brazilian Culture Living Labs Objectives Criativity. Entrepreneurship. Experimentation. New business Support for novelty and models. differentiation. Emotional attitude. Engagement. Performance leverage. Productivity. Open Society. Network development. Value creation. Collaboration. Solidarity. Achieving together. Co-creation Social Networks. satisfaction. Strong open source Open service creation leverage. eGovernment.43 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Future Internet-enabled services: Making the world “smarter”Smart Energy Smart LivingSmart Health Smart Transport Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Service oriented Smart Cities ••• 45 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • FIREBALL Objectives FIREBALL  aims  to  create  new  synergies  between  these  cons0tuencies  which  will   ensure  that:     The  segments  of  the  value  chains,  currently  exis0ng,  but  which  are  isolated   without  any  real  connec0ons,  can  be  more  clearly  idenFfied;     This  iden0fica0on  can  be  used  to  build  on  connec0ons  which  are  beginning  to   be  made  but  which  are  s0ll  not  very  interac0ve  or  dynamic  yet;     This  process  can  then  be  built  into  a  developing  innova0on  ecosystem  which   will  add  value  to  exisFng  networking  and  generate  new  connecFons  which   will  then  be  made  sustainable  through  the  involvement  of  FIREBALL  46 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Globalization of ENoLL (2/4) The Case of Brazil Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU – Brazil Cooperation Framework •  Brazil  is  a  Strategic    Partner  of  the  EU  (Agreement   signed  July  2007)   •  Brazil  and  European  cultures  have  common  origins.     Diaspora  effects  on  European  roots  communi0es.   •  Brazil  is  one  of  the  fastest  growing  economies.  Huge   market    opportuni0es.     •  Brazil  is  driving  the  socio-­‐economic  growth  by   strong  poli0cal  support  to  Innova0on.  48 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • FIREBALL Project Future Internet Research Experimental testbeds Innovation in Smart Cities and facilities Open Experimental Open User Innovation in testbeds User Driven Smart Cities and Driven Innovation facilities Innovation Environmens Environments (Living Labs)49 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Rationale for EU ICT driven Energy Efficiency   Ci0es  Consume  75%  of  the  World  Energy  and  produce  80%  of  green   house  gas  emissions.  About  40%  of  energy  consump0on  in  Europe  is   building  related  (Residen0al,  public,  commercial  and  industrial).     By  2012,  25%  increase  of  final  energy  consump0on.  Substan0al  rise   in  green  house  gas  emissions.  Climate  changes  implica0ons.  Risks   for  energy  security.       Climate  and  Energy  Policies  are  at  the  heart  of  EU  Poli0cal   Programme.  European  Council  set  precise  and  legally  binding   targets.  (European  Strategic  Energy  Technology  Plan).     ICT  is  clearly  iden0fied  as  an  enabler  of  Energy  Efficiency.  Energy   consumer  behaviour  is  iden0fied  as  a  main  target  for  change.  RDI   and  Pilot  project  should  research,  develop,  test  and  pilot  the  best   solu0ons  to  solve  the  Energy  challenge.  50 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • SAVE ENERGY Living Lab Project 5  Energy  Efficiency  Pilots  located  at  public   buildings  supplying  services  to  the  public   Goals:     Smart  ICT  Energy   Efficiency  model  and   plaRorm  aiming  at  20%     Serious  Game  focused   on  Energy  Efficiency  at   Public  Spaces     User  behavior   transforma0on.  Living     Lab  methodology     Pilots  commiVed  to   extend  results  beyond   project  comple0on     European  wide   dissemina0on  of  results     Policy   Recommenda0ons  to   the  EU  Commission  51 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • SAVE ENERGY Framework52 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • SAVE ENERGY Opening new Energy Efficiency and ICT Markets for SMEs French Pilot (10.000 users) APOLLON Portuguese Project Pilot (50.000 users) Brazilian Pilot São Paulo (10.000 users) Brazilian Pilot Vitória PreCo (10.000 users) Project Others53 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • APOLLON Project Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Lab Cross-border Benchmark55 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Europe – Brazil Living Labs Collaboration (APOLLON Project) ISA internationalization strategy to establish business partnerships in Luleå and Vitória (equipment distribution), integrated solutions in Helsinki and Amsterdam (incorporating added value with other equipments and services) and adding value by technology transfer from Amsterdam.56 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Europe – Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration ENoLL has stimulated an Energy Efficiency Living Lab led by ISA in Portugal and partnerships have been negotiated with the Energy Efficiency Living Labs of Vitória and the EDP Inovação Living Lab in São Paulo.57 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • The EU Presidencies and ENoLL1st  Wave  ENoLL,     2nd  Wave  ENoLL,     3rd  Wave  ENoLL,     4th  Wave  ENoLL,     5th  Wave  ENoLL,     Autumn  2006   Autumn  2007   Autumn  2008   Autumn  2009   Autumn  2010   French Presidency, Spanish Presidency, Hungarian Presidency, Autumn 2008 Autumn 2010 Autumn 2011Finish Presidency, Portuguese Slovenian Presidency, Sweeden Presidency, Belgium Presidency, Autumn 2006 Presidency, Spring 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2010 Autumn 200758 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011