ENoLL and the Future Internet PPP Petra Turkama


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ENoLL and the Future Internet PPP Petra Turkama

  2. 2. CONTENTS¤ Positioning Living Lab research in the European Future Internet Development¤ The Role of the Living Labs in implementing the Digital Agenda¤ The First Steps: FI PPP & CONCORD¤ The Next Steps ENOLL PPP
  3. 3. WHY FOCUS ON FUTURE INTERNET?¤ Future Internet is a core infrastructure in society, a backbone for smarter cities and regions¤ Novel societal and commercial usages are challenging the original Internet architecture¤ Increased urgency to: ¤ Assume systems perspective and analyze the market impacts ¤ Prioritise visions and research directions in ICT ¤ Accumulate critical mass and engage wider communities ¤ Align and work across Work Programs and Calls
  4. 4. ROADMAP TOWARDS DIGITAL ECONOMY¤ Digital Single Market¤ Openness and interoperability even in absence of standards¤ Increased online trust and security¤ Internet for all through improved coverage¤ Funds for innovation and ICT research¤ Digital inclusion¤ Digital public services
  7. 7. LIVING LABS -CATALYSTS OF SYSTEMIC INNOVATION Targets  of  Innovation: Single  Product  /  Service Organization Company P/S P/S P/S Network  of  Companies  or  Industry Company Company Systemic  level P/S P/S P/S Company Company P/S P/S P/S Companies /industry Techno-­‐ Academia logies Ministries Public Legal Educational Cities   & establish-­‐ Municipalities organizations framework ments Public People Development Funding (user  represen-­‐ Market tatives) Organizations Org’s
  8. 8. EC APPROACH TO FUTURE INTERNET DEVELOPMENTTechnology Risk FP7   -­‐  longer-­‐term  R&D   FP7/Future  Internet   -­‐  integra/on  of  new   PPP   ICT  &  new  ideas   CIP/  ICT  PSP   -­‐  market  oriented  R&D    -­‐open  plaAorms  and   -­‐  cost-­‐efficiency   -­‐  large  scale  trials     interoperability   -­‐  service  innova/on   -­‐  common  enablers   -­‐  adapta/on  to  specific       -­‐  Societal  benefits   demands   Piloting deployment 2-3 years 5-10 years Time to Market
  9. 9. FI PPP ADDRESSING THE IDENTIFIED CHALLENGES¤ Builds upon and complement existing efforts in FI research¤ Bridges the gap between ¤ Private and public interests, ¤ Demand and supply side stakeholders, ¤ The technology development, deployment and commercialisation¤ Led by industry and driven by users¤ Break down the proprietary barriers between different applications, platforms and sectors¤ Address regulatory and legal barriers, drives policy
  10. 10. FI PPP PROGRAMME IMPLEMENTATION Three-phased approach with open calls
  11. 11. CONCORDCOORDINATION AND COLLABORATION FACILITATION FOR THE NEXT GENERATION FI PPP¤ FI.ICT-2011.1.10 Programme Facilitation and Support project¤ Consortium with strong background in Living Lab and Smart City experimentation¤ Applying the frameworks and principles of organizing, managing and governing multi-stakeholder open innovation networks learned in the CIP projects¤ Advocate open innovation, early user involvement, SME engagement and links to related initiatives
  12. 12. CONCORD PARTNERSØ  Aalto University (Aalto)Ø  The Interdisciplinary institute for Broad Band Technology (IBBT)Ø  Tieto- ja Viestintäteollisuuden Tutkimus Oy (TIVIT)Ø  European Institute of Interdisciplinary Research (EIIR)Ø  European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)Ø  European Regions Research and Innovation Network (ERRIN)Ø  DOCOMO Euro Labs
  13. 13. CONCORD MISSIONØ  The CONCORD supports the European Commission in the successful implementation of a coherent FI PPP programmeØ  CONCORD coordinates and facilitate the alignment of FI PPP activities to ensure the continuous relevance, rigor and robustness of the co-created Future Internet concepts, visions and roadmaps.Ø  Strongly emphasizes linkages to other ongoing initiatives and the early involvement of demand side actors
  14. 14. CONCORD MAIN RESULTSØ  A coordination and decision-making framework for collaboration between projectsØ  A process by which to coordinate horizontal foundation and vertical sectors’ activities and roadmapsØ  A knowledge exchange strategy and process for socio-technical impact creationØ  Supporting elements for the implementation and uptake of FI services
  15. 15. CONCORD IMPACTi) Accelerated development of experimental infrastructures for large-scale trialsü  providing a comprehensive approach towards functionalities and non-technical aspects (e.g. interoperability, openness, standards, data security and privacy)ii)  Accelerated evolution of Future Internet infrastructure and ensured system compatibilityü  emergence of open, secure and trusted service platform and scalable networked applications through coordination and joint specificationsiii) Increased effectiveness and alignment of activitiesü  management of interdependencies, defining a use rights for platform useiv) Increased economic service sustainabilityü  novel business models, cross-sector industrial partnerships & early user involvement
  16. 16. CONTRIBUTION TO THE STATE OF THE ARTv) Increased diversityü  empowering digital entrepreneurship by providing SME players with opportunities to offer new products, equipments, services and applicationsvi) Reinforced focus on transnational FI development driversü  bringing in outside in view to the programmevii) Improved ease of collaboration by user friendly FI PPP portalü  User friendly FI PPP portal including partner and project search functionalities and knowledge resourcesiix) Increased impact and linkages with global and national initiativesü  joint activities and a programme level dissemination regime
  17. 17. ADDED VALUE FOR THE COMMUNITYØ  Advancing FI PPP implementation through the identification, articulation, recommendation and consensus-building on the identified technical and non-technical enablers for FI PPPØ  Increased stability and sustainability of the communitiesØ  Ensuring and facilitating the participation of SME’s, (user) communities and citizens in addition to the incumbent playersØ  Tools, frameworks and open platforms for stakeholder cooperationØ  Increased visibility of the projects outcome and possible use casesØ  Bridging gaps in research and policiesØ  Networking and exchanging information concerning FI PPP
  18. 18. CONCORD SERVICES European  Commission   Policy/decision  making  level   Advisory  Board   Chair   PPP  Steering  Board  ¤ Coordination of the FI PPP Management Architecture  Board   European  Commission   PPP  Secretariat   PPP  Working  Groups  ¤ Joint Dissemination Strategy PPP  Programme  Office    ¤ Facilitation of thematic Working Groups¤ Events and Communications¤ Community engagement¤ Community portal at www.fi-ppp.eu¤ Presentations and Templates
  19. 19. HOW TO GET INVOLVED?¤  Community portal at www.fi-ppp.eu¤  Events:   ¤  JUN  6,  2011  European  Summit  on  the  Future  Internet,  LUXEMBOURG      hUp://www.future-­‐internet.uni.lu/     ¤  JUN  6-­‐9,  2011  Internet  of  Things  Week,  BARCELONA          www.iot-week.eu/2011 ¤  JUN  14,  2011  5th  Future  Internet  Cluster  Workshop,  WARSAW      hUp://www.isgtw.org/event/5th-­‐future-­‐internet-­‐cluster-­‐workshop     ¤  JUN  28-­‐29,  2011  3rd  Usage  Area  workshop,    BRUSSELS      hUp://ini/a/ve.future-­‐internet.eu/events/3rd-­‐usage-­‐area-­‐workshop.html     ¤  SEP  12-­‐16,  2011    Future  Internet  Symposium,  BERLIN      hUp://www.fis2011.org/     ¤  SEP  27-­‐29,  2011    4th  NEM  Summit,  TORINO      hUp://nem-­‐summit.eu/     ¤  OCT  24-­‐26  24.-­‐26.10.2011  Future  Internet  Assembly,  POZNAN      hUp://www.future-­‐internet.eu/events/eventview/ar/cle/future-­‐internet-­‐assembly-­‐poznan.html     ¤  NOV  7-­‐8,  2011  Global  Forum,  BRUSSELS      hUp://www.items.fr/spip.php?rubrique110    
  20. 20. HOW TO GET INVOLVED?The Future Calls:¤ Call 2 Identifier: FP7-2012-ICT-FI (18 May – 28 October 2012) –budget 80 MEuro• Use Case Scenarios Pilots – Phase 2 (5 areas, 13.5 MEuro, 2years)• Capacity Building (one IP, 12.5 MEuro, 2 years)¤ Call 3 Identifier: FP7-2013-ICT-FI (December 2013) – budget 130MEuro• Devoted to the expansion and enlargement of many testbeds andpilots (several areas, ~100 MEuro, 2 years)
  21. 21. THANK YOU! Petra Turkama Aalto University Petra.turkama@aalto.fi www.fi-ppp.euCONCORD@Projects-ckir.fi
  22. 22. •  The project will advance interdisciplinary knowledge on the links between the socio-ecological transition and growth as well as the role of innovation.¤  Transformation to post-industrial era: from transaction theory and resource based view to dynamic cababilities paradigm and actor network theories¤  Discover how, where and when societal and economic value is generated for the various stakeholders in these networks.•  It will achieve a critical mass of resources and involve relevant communities, stakeholders, and practitioners enhancing the development of an improved research agenda for innovative social services and better instruments for innovation and coordinated social and economic governance in the EU.
  23. 23. ¤ Close networking with ongoing FIRE, Living Lab and Policy initiatives¤ Identify and analyze representative cases of policy or functional innovations¤ Generalize and Theorize relevant aspects for wider adaptation¤ Disseminate effectively through various communities and channels
  24. 24. •  Innovation network Set of distinct institutions which jointly and individually contribute to the development and diffusion of new technologies and which provides the framework within which governments form and implement policies to influence the innovation process. As such it is a system of interconnected institutions to create, store and transfer the knowledge, skills and artefacts which define new technologies.” (Metcalfe, 1995)
  25. 25. ¤  Presenting innovative solutions for structural reforms and fiscal policies for income distribution, economic growth, negative impacts of Globalisation¤  Providing sustainable means to influence global trends towards new socio-ecological development pathsADDRESSING CALL OBJECTIVES¤  Proposal for a process for the Member States and the EU to adapt and coordinate their research, innovation and industrial policies towards the socio-ecological transition¤  Presenting best practices in combining technological, economic and social innovations with focus on economic efficiency, their social equity and their environmental performance¤  Proposing new sectors that may develop alongside the socio-ecological transition¤  Assessment of ICT contribution to the achievement of the economic, social and environmental objectives¤  Presenting sectoral analysis for the evaluation of economic, social and environmental regulations and organisations needed for the socioecological transition¤  Analyzing the specific challenges for the urban, peri-urban and rural areas concerning the locations of work and leisure, habitat, landscape and infrastructure¤  Defining the cultural contexts of the socio-ecological transition¤  Applying interdisciplinary analyses (economics, sociology, history, philosophy, anthropology)to the collective meanings of "well-being”
  26. 26. •  Extension of systems-oriented theory and research in the economics ofinnovationAPPLIED SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION•  A non-linear interdisciplinary perspective relevant to formation of innovationpolicyAPPROACH•  Considers systems of innovation as evolutionary systems, performative viewof knowledge•  Particularly to demand side instruments•  Systems oriented approach emphasizing interdependency and interactivelearning•  Incremental innovation process with feedback and trials•  Employ historical perspectives•  Emphasize the central role of institutions•  Stress comparisons instead of (sub)optimization of systems Sectoral  Innova/on  Systems  •  Presents conceptual frameworks rather than formal theories•  Direct implications to the development of corporate strategies and public Na/onal  Innova/on  Systems  policies Regional  Innova/on  Systems   Levels of Analysis
  27. 27. RESEARCH DOMAINS Alignment,  Coordina/on     Demand  Side   Supply  Side     Concept  for  socio-­‐technical  regimes:   Systems-­‐oriented  approach  to  supply  side   Technological,  Science,  Policy,  Socio-­‐ Socio-­‐technical  real-­‐life  experiments  to   cultural,  User  and  Market   accelerate  adapta/on     Instruments:   Interplay  of  the  actors:   User-­‐involvement,  openess   -­‐Cultural  and  contextual  factors,  learning  and   Public  sector  pre-­‐commercial   adapta/on,  complementary  artefacts,   procurement  and  innova/on   knowledge  transfer,  technical  design   System’s  perspec/ves:   Chain-­‐Linked  model   Distributed  process  model   Increased  emphasis  on  adapta/on  and  u/lisa/on   Interac/ve  learning  theory   Role  of  regula/ve,  norma/ve  and  cogni/ve   Network  analysis   Development  Block  theory   ins/tu/ons   Large  technical  system’s  approach   Impact  criteria:   -­‐Stability  of  the  systems   Visualisa/on  tools,  methodologies,  fidelty  with   -­‐  Genera/ve,  Transforma/ve,   real  world   Resource-­‐integra/on  and  User-­‐ interac/on  capabili/es