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    • ENoLL in Brazil International Cooperation INNOVATING 4 DEVELOPMENT Álvaro de Oliveira President of the European Network of Living Labs1 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Overview •  Brazil  an  emerging  economy   •  European  Network  of  Living  Labs  (ENoLL)   •  ENoLL  Ac>vi>es  in  Brazil  and  Results   •  EU  –  Brazil  Living  Labs  Collabora>on   •  Emerging  Living  Labs  in  Brazil   •  Brazilian  Network  of  Living  Labs   •  EU  –  Brazil  Coopera>on  through     •  Conclusions   •  Conclusions  2 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Position of Brazil in the Global Market   Stable  democracy     Open  economy     Ambi>ous  investments  in  infrastructures     Impressive  improvements  in  the  educa>on  system     Intellectual  Property  protec>on     Measures  for  social  integra>on  leading  to  a  fair  society     First  in  the  ranking  for  environment  protec>on  policies     Stable  currency.  Low  infla>on  rate.  Fiscal  benefits       High  foreign  investment     Growth  in  2010:  8,5%     4,3  million  jobs  created  in  the  last  four  years     Brazil  lent  10  billion  USD  to  IMF  in  2010   Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011 3
    • Brazil Socio-Economic Indicators Low Income Minimun Population decrease:Wage Raise: 20 million 60% Total Population: Employment 198 million increase: 11 million Middle Class Increase: 32 million Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011 4
    • Image of Brazil in Europe •  Brazilian  chronic  economic  crisis  belong  to  the  past   •  Brazilian  economy  never  been  so  strong  as  in  the  present   •  Brazilian  lent  10  billion  USD  to  IMF  for  aiding  countries  in   economic  trouble   •  Brazil  is  experience  a  strong  trust  climate   •  Recent  decisions  with  global  na>onal  and  global  impact   complement  the  results  of  President  “Lula”  policies,  turning   Brazil  into  a  more  fair  and  just  country.   High self-esteem of the Brazilian citizens for their country and belief in the success of its social and economic project, in a global environment of a new order in which Brazil plays a leading role.5 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU - Brazil Cooperation Framework •  Brazil  is  a  Strategic    Partner  of  the  EU   •  Brazil  and  European  cultures  have  common  origins.   Diaspora  effects  on  European  roots  communi>es.   •  Brazil  is  one  of  the  fastest  growing  economies.   Huge  market    opportuni>es.     •  Brazil  is  driving  the  socio-­‐economic  growth  by   strong  poli>cal  support  to  Innova>on.  6 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU - Brazil RDI Cooperation Collabora>on  Aatude:   •  Social  innova>on  as  a  driver  of  economic  development  Entrepneurship.   •  Crea>vity,  collabora>on,  open  innova>on,  emo>onal  aatude  and   experimenta>on  are  intrinsic  to  Brazilian  culture.   •  Enormous  Brazilian  self-­‐esteem  for  their  country  and  strong  belief  in  the  new   social-­‐economic  environment  in  the  context  of  a  new  interna>onal  order   where  Brazil  is  carving  a  leading  role.   Coopera>on  Framework   •  RDI  Framework  Agreement  signed  in  2006   EU •  Energy  Agreement  signed  in  July  2007   •  Biofuels  Joint  Programme  started  in  2009   Brazil •  ICT  Joint  Programme  planned  to  start  in  2010  7 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Brazilian Open Innovation Culture Brazilian Culture Living Labs Values 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. Social Achieving together. Co-creation Networks. satisfaction. Strong open source Open service creation leverage. eGovernment.8 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Top Down Methodology to Increase EU-Brazil Cooperation in the Innovation Domain •  Documents  of  strategy  to  the  DG  Info  of  the  European  Commission   demonstra>ng  the  strategic  role  of  Brazil  as  a  partner  for  the  EU.   •  Scien>fic  publica>ons  and  conference  presenta>ons,  namely  at  the   Innova>on  Conference  in  2008  and  2009  organised  by  CKIR  in  Helsinki.   •  Discussion  panels  in  conferences  (e-­‐Challenges,  ICE,  European   Commission  events,  etc.)  dedicated  to  present  and  discuss  the  EU-­‐Brazil   coopera>on  in  the  domain  of  innova>on  focused  in  Living  Labs.   •  Promote  awareness  and  mo>vate  Brazilian  State  governments  to  the   Living  Labs  methodology.   •  Promote  awareness  and  mo>vate  Brazilian  Federal  Government  to  the   Living  Labs  methodology.   •  Steering  Commihee  of  the  European  Commission  for  the  scien>fic  and   technological  coopera>on  nego>a>on.   •  Prepara>on  of  the  EU-­‐Brazil  Conference  for  the  Innova>on  and  Living   Labs.  9 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Bottom Up Methodology to Create and Operationalise Living Labs in Brazil •  Informa>on  dissemina>on  and  awareness.  Fostering  the   interest  to  the  ENoLL  Community  membership   •  Dissemina>on  Workshops  in  several  Brazilian  ci>es.   •  Workshops  to  support  the  defini>on  of  the  Living  Lab   concept:  partnership  crea>on,  strategic  objec>ves,   Federal  and  State  policies  opportuni>es,  etc.   •  Mentoring  aiming  at  the  prepara>on  of  the  Living  Lab   eco-­‐systems.  Workshoips,  thema>c  and  ins>tu>onal   mee>ngs   •  Mee>ngs  with  the  main  stakeholders  at  academic,   research,  enterprise,  federal  and  state  governments,   municipali>es,  associa>ons  and  NGO’s,  etc.  10 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • ENoLL Activities in Brazil Federal  Government    and  EU   Interna>onal  Forum  for   Workshop  on  Living  Labs,   Commission  Workshop  on   Living  Labs  Workshop,  Belém,   Technology  and  Innova>on,   Manaus,  July  2008   Living  Labs,    Brasília,  September   Pará,  30/Nov/2009   Vitoria,  ES,  November  2008   2008   Workshop  on  Innova>on  and   Workshop  LLs,  Vitoria,  ES,   Living  Labs,  Manaus,  October   Federal  Government    Mee>ngs   on  Living  Labs,    Brasília,   April  24th  2009   2008   November  9th  2009   Living  Labs  Workshop,   Workshop  on  Innova>on  and   Espírito  Santo,    ES,  September   Living  Labs,  Manaus,   28th  2009.   September  2009   Espirito  Santo  Living  Lab   Living  Labs  for  Interna>onal   Workshop,  Vitoria,  ES,  June   Coopera>on.  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,   Brazilian  Living  Labs:   Escelsa,  Vitória,  ES,  December   Innova>on  and  Living  Labs   2009   1.    LL  awareness,  Brazilian  LL   par>cipants  on    European   Workshop,  São  Paulo,  SP   Events  (EU  Lyon  08,  Helsinki  08,   September  2008   EU  Portugal  07,  EU  Slovenia  08,   Smart  Ci>es,  São  Paulo,  SP,   Brussels  08,  etc)   December  2009   2.      Brazilian  Living  Labs  and  ENoLL   Energy  Living  Labs  Workshop,   EU-­‐Brazil  LLs  Conference,   3.      Emerging  Living  Labs   Digital  Niterói,  Niteroi,  Rio  de   EDP  Inovação,  São  Paulo,  SP,   Campinas,  SP,  October  2010   4.      Brazilian  Living  Labs  Network   Janeiro,  RJ,  December  2008   December  2009   (t.b.c.)  11 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  Innova>on  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-­‐Ac>on  Living  Lab  (Manaus,  Amazonas)     Habitat  Living  Lab  (Vitoria,  Espirito  Santo)     Rio  Living  Lab  (Rio  de  Janeiro,  Rio  de  Janeiro)    12 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)13 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Brazilian Network of Living Labs •  Sustainable  Energy  and  Energy  Efficiency   •  Environment  Technologies.  Sustainability   •  Biotechnology.  Biodiversity   •  Enviroment  Technologies   •  Natural  Products  Tradi>onal  Prac>ces   •  Social  Innova>on.  Inclusion  14 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Advantages of Living Labs for Brazil •  Co-­‐crea>on  adjusted  to  the  market  needs   •  Na>onal  and  Interna>onal  Partnerships   •  Easier  access  to  New  Technologies  and  Best   Prac>ces   •  Access  to  New  Markets   More Efficient Innovation System15 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Rio de Janeiro Living Lab16 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Amazonia Living Lab17 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Digital Citizenship (Cidadania Living Lab)18 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Emerging Living Labs in Brazil (Services Domain) •  Well  Being  and  Health     •  Social  Innova>on     •  Technology  Enhanced  Learning   •  Crea>ve  industries     •  Digital  Inclusion   •  E-­‐Commerce.  E-­‐Business   •  Personal  Safety  and  Property  Protec>on   •  Thema>c  Tourism  (e.g.:  Eco  -­‐Tourism)   •  Communica>ons  Convergence  Platorm  Services   •  Souware  and  Related  Services  19 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Emerging Living Labs in Brazil (Technological Domain) •  Energy  .Oil  supply  chain     •  Renewable  Energies.  Energy  Efficiency.  Smart  Grid   •  Future  Internet.  Internet  of  Things   •  Materials  Technologies.  Nanotechnologies.   •  Biotechnologies.  Gene>cs   •  Automo>ve  industry   •  Civil  aircrau  industry   •  Environment  Technologies.  Biodiversity   •  Agrifood.  Natural  Products.  Tradi>onal  Prac>ces  20 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.21 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.22 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • EU - Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration23 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Funding for Living Labs •  ICT  Programme  –  ICT  Technologies   Research,  Methodologies  and  Processes.   •  CIP  Programme  –  Technologies  Applica>on  .   Pilot  Projects.   •  PCP  Programme  (Pre-­‐Commercial   Procurement  of  Innova>on)  –  New  Funding   Instrument  (2010).   •  Europe  –  Brazil  Joint  Calls  (2010-­‐11)  24 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Europe – Brazil Joint Calls (ICT) •  Microelectronics  (Embedded  systems)   •  Future  Internet.  Internet  of  Things   •  Experimenta>on  Environments     •  Test  Beds.     •  Living  Labs   •  FP7  ICT  Work  Programme  2011-­‐12   •  eInfrastructure  (Coopera>on  within  GEANT)  25 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Conclusions •  Brazil   culture   can   enable   the   co-­‐crea>ve   innova>on   environment   of   Living  Labs.   •  The   Brazilian   Network   of   Living   Labs   has   reached   a   cri>cal   mass   of   10   Living  Labs,  the  largest  outside  Europe.  At  least  another  10  are  emerging   for  the  next  call.   •  Brazil   is   a   natural   and   strategic   partner   of   EU   for   historical,   social,   economical  and  technological  reasons.   •  Creativity, experimentation, emotion, social innovation, happiness and well being are intrinsic to the Brazilian culture and also drive the Living Labs user-driven innovation. •  Living Labs methodologies and ENoLL provide a powerful opportunity to accelerate the Innovation Strategy in Brazil and reinforce new bridges of collaboration with Europe. That’s part of our mission.26 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            PORTUGAL      27 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • What is a Living Lab? •  A  Living  Lab  is  a  user-­‐driven  open  innova>on  eco-­‐system.   •  Real  living  environment,  where  the  user  (ci>zen,  resident,   worker,  student,  visitor,  customer)  lives,  works,  studies,   plays  and  entertains.  In  this  real  environment  the  user  co-­‐ creates,  experiments  and  tests  new  ideas,  products  and   services.     •  In  the  tradi>onal  research  environment  scien>sts  and   researchers  are  engaged  in  the  development  of  new   technologies,  products  and  services  to  meet  perceived   market  needs  which  many  >mes  don’t  materialize  or  are   not  met  by  technology  pushed  solu>ons.  28 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Living Labs Eco-system Local,  Regional   Univeris>es     and  Na>onal   and  Research   Government   Ins>tutes   Living Lab Funding  and   Financing   Enterprises   RDI  Stakeholders   Facilita>on   User  Communi>es  29 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • User Communities in Living Labs Comunidade User  Communi>es   Comunidade de Usuários Virtual30 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Driving changing factors of Living Labs •  Internet  is  at  the  heart  of  the  open  co-­‐crea>on   •  Platorms  and  open  connec>vity  are  key  facilitators     •  Living  Labs  are  ci>zen/user  oriented  environments,   promo>ng  innova>on  and  pioneering  new  markets   •  Open  innova>on  is  the  soul  of  compe>>veness    (Social  networks,  open  source)   •  Emergence  of  new  services     •  Ecological  sustainability      awareness  enabling  consumer    behaviour  transforma>on  31 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Advantages of Living Labs   Stronger  collaboraXon  between  public  authori>es,  research   centers,  businesses  and  user  communi>es     Flexible  and  adapXve  design  process  rooted  in  real-­‐life   experience  with  increased  chances  of  succeeding  with  new   products.  Shorter  lead  >me  from  concept  to  market       AcceleraXon  of  innovaXon.  Increased  produc>vity  of  the  RDI   ac>vi>es.  Includes  the  wider  socio-­‐economic  and  socio-­‐ insXtuXonal  factors,  enablers  of  sustainable  development     Not  only  the  “immediate”  or  direct  factors,  rela>onships,   func>onali>es  or  impacts  of  the  “object”  under  LL-­‐experimental   RDI,  but  indirect  impacts,  externali>es  and  poten>al  side  effects.     Facilita>on  of  the  development  of  human  capital  32 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 Mobility33 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)  34 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Brazil Socio-Economic Indicators GDP (Billion USD) External Debt (% of GDP)2000 35%15001000 25% 500 0 15% 1988 1998 2008 1988 1998 2008 Exports (Billion USD) Annual Income Per Capita200 (USD)150 $10,000.00 $8,000.00100 $6,000.00 50 $4,000.00 0 $2,000.00 1988 1998 2008 1988 2002 2006 2010 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011 35
    • Brazil Partnerships •  R&D  costs  can  be  compe>>ve  with  India  and  China   because  produc>vity  is  higher.Policies    encourage   local  added  value  from  innova>on.   •  Best  prac>ce  partnerships  involve  local  exper>se   (ICT  Energy,  biothecnologies,  etc.)   •  Open  nego>a>on  process.  Reliable  partnerships.  36 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011
    • Conclusions (1/2) •  Living   Labs   are   a   pillar   of   the   European   Innova>on   System.   The   Policy   is   supported   by   the   European   Commission   and   EU   Presidencies   and   is   in   line   with   the   Europe   2020   Strategy   and   the   Europe  Digital  Agenda.   •  Evolu>on   and   social   changes.   Sustainable   Urban   Well   Being   trends   are   emerging   driven   by   the   direct   par>cipa>ons   of   the   ci>ziens   and   applica>ons   of   Future   Intenet   Technologies   (Smart   CiXes).   •  Regions  and  territories  are  increasingly  becoming  dynamic  Living   Enviroments  requiring  the  capacity  to  develop  enable  and  adapt   to   fast   technological,   societal   and   cultural   changes.   Living   Lab   collabora>on   methodologies   can   be   the   answer   to   adress   these   challenges  in  the  context  of  Smart  Regions.  37 Innovating 4 Development, Rome, 25-26 January 2011