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Alvaro Oliveira Connected Smart Cities Workshop at CKIR in Helsinki August 26, 2011

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    • CKIR Workshop 2011Connected Smart Cities Network Prof. Álvaro Duarte de Oliveira Aalto University
    • Overview•  Big Challenges of our Cities•  Smart Cities•  Open Innovation and Living Labs•  ENoLL and Globalization•  PERIPHÈRIA Project•  Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group•  Connected Smart Cities Network•  Conclusions and Recommendations August 25, 2011 2
    • Big Challenges for our Cities•  Wellbeing and assisted living. Health and ageing•  Climate change•  Energy sustainability•  Demographic shifts•  Sustainable water and food supplies•  Green mobility•  Sustainable housing•  Waste management•  Security August 25, 2011 3
    • Why the attention? •  Because  open  innova-on  and  smart  ci-es  emerge   as  a  focal  cross-­‐cu6ng  theme  and  strategy  in   present  discussions  about  the  Future  Internet,   Living  Labs,  and  Innova-on  and  Compe--veness-­‐ driven  (Urban)  Development.   •  We  need  to  beEer  understand  the  challenges  and   the  pathways  to  the  ‘smart-­‐er  city’  in  the  context   of  what  Europeans  have  entrusted  collec-vely  in   their  ‘smart  ci-es’  outlook   •  Respond  to  the  quest  of  the  research  and   academic  communi-es  to  iden-fy  the  defining   components,  cri-cal  insights  and  ins-tu-onal   means  to  create  Smart  Ci-es  Source: PERIPHÈRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva) August 25, 2011 4
    • EU Smart Cities Innovation Policies •  It  is  in  the  heart  of  i2010–role  of  end-­‐users  in  the   Digital  Society  in  sustaining  services,  applica-ons  and   content  genera-on  for  scalability  and  mass-­‐market   •  Bringing  together  Future  Internet  technologies  with   Living  Labs  methodologies  and  prac-ces  as  a  viable   way  forward   •  “2020  Strategy”  emphasizes  smart,  sustainable  and   inclusive  growth;  innova-on  is  where  progress  is   mostly  needed   •  Other  EU  programmes  -­‐Lisbon  and  Gothenburg   strategies,  Territorial  Agenda,  URBACT,  Leipzig  Urban   Charter  call  for  using  all  urban  poten-als  to  address   all  dimensions  of  SD  at  the  same  -me  and  with  the   same  weight  through  innova-on.  Source: PERIPHÈRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva) August 25, 2011 5
    • Dimension of Smart Cities Open Innovation •  In  developing  collabora-ve  processes   between  local  ‘smart  ci-zens’,  government   and  developer  communi-es     •  In  offering  a  new  way  for  ci-zens  to  share  not   just  in  the  design  but  also  in  the  delivery  of   services  and  contribute  their  own  wisdom  and   experience  in  ways  that  can  broaden  and   strengthen  services  and  make  them  more   effec-ve     •  In  providing  a  viable  agenda  for  a  smart  city   system  change  Source: PERIPHÈRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva) August 25, 2011 6
    • Smart Cities emerging trends•  Social  interac;on  is  in  the  heart  of  the  smart  city  model,  in  which  the   infrastructures  and  services  are  jointly  and  dynamically  discovered,  invoked   and  composed  by  providers  and  users  alike.  •  Crea;ng  open  ‘digital  ci;zen-­‐developer’  communi;es  and  establishing   private-­‐public-­‐people  partnerships  (PPPPs)  to  find  dynamic  and  imagina-ve   ways  to  interact  and  create,  drawing  inspira-on  and  experience  from  open   innova-on  and  sustainable  urban  development.  •  Deploying  convergent  Future  Internet  plaLorms  and  services  for  the   promo-on  of  sustainable  life  and  work  styles  in  and  across  emergent   networks  of  ‘smart’  ci-es.  •  Crea;ng  Smart  Open  Innova;on  Urban  Ecosystems  –specific  urban  se6ngs   or  innova-on  playgrounds  which  combine  innova-on  and  social  and   commercial  ac-vi-es  to  enable  open  innova-on  and  showcase  the  benefits   for  locali-es  of  growing  smarter  and  more  sustainable.  •  Building  new  collabora;ons  and  networks  so  ci-es  can  understand   innova-on,  innovators  understand  ci-es,  ci-zens  to  become  effec-vely   engaged  and  users  to  become  content  and  service  producers  and  deliverers.   Source: PERIPHÈRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva) August 25, 2011 7
    • SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS•  Wicked problems call for diverse types of knowledge, resource, participation and collaboration.•  Behaviour change requires the motivation of millions of individuals and their communities; solutions cannot be pushed.•  New, distributed and highly participatory systems imply new roles for public and private spheres: demand/user/citizen driven open RDI enabled by ICT.•  Living Labs: open eco-systems engage and motivate stakeholders, stimulate collaboration, create lead markets and enable behavior transformation. August 25, 2011 8
    • The Living Labs approach and methodology setting for open innovation •  As  a  plaXorm  for  implemen-ng  an  open  innova-on   model  to  pilot  different  ini-a-ves  towards  the  Europe   2020  perspec-ve  of  well-­‐being  and  sustainability.   •  As  a  user-­‐driven  innova-on  ecosystems  based  on  a   business-­‐ci-zens-­‐government  partnership  to  enable   users  to  take  ac-ve  part  in  the  research,   development  and  innova-on  process   •  As  an  ecosystem  in  which  new  products  and  services   are  created,  prototyped  and  used  in  real-­‐-me   environments   •  Where  users  are  not  treated  as  object  in  the   innova-on  process  or  as  mere  customers,  but  as  early   stage  contributors  and  innovators  Source: PERIPHÈRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva) August 25, 2011 9
    • European Network of Living Labs (1/2) 274 LLS 236 EU LLs 38 Non-EU LLs 1st  Wave     –   19   2nd  Wave     –   32   3rd  Wave     –   68   4th  Wave     –   93   5th  Wave   –   62   Total   274   August 25, 2011 10
    • European Network of Living Labs (2/2)•  Living  Labs  enable  the  co-­‐crea-on  of  user-­‐driven  and  human-­‐ centric  research,  development  and  innova-on  of  technologies,   products  and  services  focused  on  well-­‐being  of  people  •  ENoLL  contributes  to  the  crea-on  of  a  dynamic,  mul--­‐layer  and   mul-dimensional  European  Innova-on  ecosystem  •  ENoLL  aims  at  the  Future  Internet,  Living  Labs  and  Smart  Ci-es   convergence  •  ENoLL  globaliza-on  fosters  open  interna-onal  collabora-on  to   solve  the  big  challenges  of  our  -mes,  thus  contribu-ng  to  global   well  being  ,  prosperity  and  stability  •  ENoLL  facilitates  the  coopera-on  and  the  exploita-on  of   synergies  between  members  and  groups  of  members  (thema-c   domains),  Smart  Ci-es  is  one  of  the  ENoLL  Thema-c  Domains   August 25, 2011 11
    • Smart  Ci;es  PorLolio   Working  Group   Co-­‐Crea-ng  Cross-­‐Border  Synergies   and  Networking  for  Future  Internet   enabled  services  in  Smart  Ci-es     Dave  Carter,  Head,  Manchester  Digital  Development  Agency   (MDDA),  Manchester  City  Council,  UK  
    • The CIP Smart Cities Portfolio Projects Smart  Ci;zens  in  Smart  Ci;es  6 more projects call for negotiation to start before end of 2011 August 25, 2011 13
    • Smart Cities Projects Roadmap Sustainable   Smart  Regions   Sustainable   Smart  Ci-es   CitySDK2007 2011 August 25, 2011 14
    • Supporting the Smart Cities Portfolio•  Crea-ng  synergies  between  the  emerging   Smart  Ci-es  network,  Living  Labs  and  the   Future  Internet  community  •  Building  on  network  experience  to  date:   Euroci-es,  European  Network  of  Living  Labs   (ENoLL),  Future  Internet  Assembly  (FIA)   •  www.euroci-es.eu     •  www.openlivinglabs.eu   •  www.future-­‐internet.eu     August 25, 2011 15
    • Smart Cities Portfolio Priorities•  Connected  Smart  Ci-es  Network  launched:   Helsinki  conference,  Nov.  2010  •  Currently  developing  the  workplan  of  the  Smart   Ci-es  PorXolio  Working  Group:  City  of   Manchester  is  Chair  •  Work  in  partnership  with  Euroci-es,  ENoLL,  FIA   and  other  networks  to  promote  Smart  Ci-es  and   plan  collabora-ve  work,  including  knowledge   exchange  •  Communica-ons  plan  being  developed  in   partnership  with  the  European  Commission  •  Exploi-ng  projects’  links  with  key  decision  makers   at  city,  regional,  na-onal  and  interna-onal  level     August 25, 2011 16
    • Smart Cities Outcomes•  Se6ng  out  the  basis  for  long  term  collabora-on   between  Smart  Ci-es,  Living  Labs  and  Future   Internet  •  Crea-ng  open  innova-on  networks  for  new  smart   apps  and  services  for  city  use-­‐cases  and  test-­‐beds  •  Adding  People  in  to  create  PPPPs  –  Public-­‐ Private-­‐People-­‐Partners  –  Smart  Ci-es  needs   Smart  Ci-zens  •  Co-­‐crea-ng  innova-ve  new  business  models  for   service  delivery  •  Suppor-ng  new  projects  as  they  develop   August 25, 2011 17
    • Leading to Sustainable Smart Cities• Virtual connections strengthen humantogetherness and revive local communities andvalues• Empower the neighbourhoods to take ownership oftheir local activities and influence decisions thatmay affect them• Connect neighbourhoods and encourage andfacilitate citizen collaboration for common good• Engage mass participation and drive behaviourtransformation to address the big challenge of ourtime August 25, 2011 18
    • Connected Smart Cities Network (1/2)•  Connected  Smart  Ci-es  Network  idea  –  CKIR   Workshop  –  (Eero  Hols-lla,  Álvaro  Oliveira)  –  August   2008  •  APOLLON  Project  –  November  2009  •  FIREBALL  Project  –  May  2010  •  Smart  Ci-es  Project  PorXolio  (1)  –  November  2010  •  Connected  Smart  Ci-es  Network  launch  –  November   2010  •  Connected  Smart  Ci-es  Network  opera-onaliza-on  –   CKIR  Workshop  –  August  2011  •  Smart  Ci-es  Project  PorXolio  (2)  –  September  2011   August 25, 2011 19
    • Connected Smart Cities Network (2/2)•  Connected Smart Cities Network was launched under the EU-funded (7th Framework Programme) FIREBALL-project in Helsinki on November 18th, 2010 by the cities of Amsterdam, Manchester, Lisbon, Barcelona and Helsinki.•  Aims to establish a collaboration mechanism through which a network of Smart Cities across Europe engages in long-term collaboration for adopting User Driven Open Innovation to explore the opportunities of the Future Internet and to support cities to innovate in order to tackle the major societal challenges faced by Europe, such as sustainable mobility, climate change, energy security or our ageing population.•  Connected Smart Cities Network in ENoLL as a Thematic Domain. August 25, 2011 20
    • Conclusions: Smart Cities•  Cities are being transformed by the impact of globalization and rapid technological evolution. Sustainable Urban Well Being trends are emerging driven by the direct participation of the citizens. This includes user behaviour transformation achieved by the participatory environment enabled by the LivingLabs and implemented by innovative collaborative SMEs.•  Cities are increasingly becoming dynamic Living Environments requiring the capacity to enable and adapt to fast technological, societal and cultural changes. Living Lab collaboration methodologies can be the answer to address these changes and support the engagement and exploitation of business opportunities by SMEs.•  Sustainable Energy and mobility are important trends of the emerging Well Being Urban Living Lab Paradigm. Local energy micro-generation, distribution (Smart Metering/Smart Grid) and storage require new business models and new policies where innovative SMEs can have a major role in the experimentation, implementation and exploitation of the new emerging business enabled by Future Internet, Internet of Things and Social Innovation. August 25, 2011 21
    • Conclusions: Sustainable Smart Cities•  Sustainable Smart cities are open-innovation ecosystems where creativity and knowledge co- creation and sharing naturally flourishes stimulated and supported by open innovative policies and future internet environments.•  Networked Sustainable Smart Cities acting as drivers and enablers of user driven open innovation will be the platforms for the societal transformations of the future.•  Future Internet technologies, Living Labs and Social Innovation enable Sustainable Smart Cities co-creation where citizens’ sense of belonging and identity, wellbeing and togetherness, form a better and happier society. August 25, 2011 22
    • THANK YOUProf. Álvaro Duarte de Oliveira Aalto UniversityCKIR Workshop 2011, Helsinki alvaro.oliveira@alfamicro.pt Skype: alvaroduarteoliveira +351 91 666 66 66 +351 21 486 67 84 August 25, 2011 23