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ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
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ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
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ENoLL General Presentation Alvaro Oliveira
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Alvaro Oliveira, President of the Association, Chair of the Council, Living Lab Summer School 2011 in Barcelona

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  • ENoLL African Members (Up to 4th Wave): LL Maputo (Mozambique)http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/living-lab-maputoAfrican Living Lab ISEG/UNIDAF (Senegal)http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/african-living-lab-isegunidafSiyakhulaLivingLab:http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/siyakhula-living-labSekhukhune Living Lab:http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/sekhukhune-rural-living-lab4 new members from the 5th Call those will be published in Budapest next week
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    • 1. What is the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)
      Prof. Álvaro de Oliveira
       President of the ENoLL Association
      (EuropeanNetworkofLivingLabs)
      ChairoftheENoLLCouncil
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      29th of August 2011
      Second Living Labs Summer School 2011
      CitilabCornellà
    • 2. Overview
      Challenges of our time
      Living Labs
      European Network of Living Labs
      Living Labs cross-border projects
      ENoLL Globalization
      The case of Brazil (BNoLL)
      The case of Africa (ANoLL)
      The case of China (CNoLL)
      Global projects
      Conclusions
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      Second Living Labs Summer School 2011
      CitilabCornellà
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    • 3. Global ChallengesofourTime
      • Findingsolutions for cleanenergysustainability
      • 4. Findingsolutionsforclimatechange
      • 5. Managingdemocraphicshifts
      • 6. Wellbeing and assisted living. Health and ageing
      • 7. Providingsafer water supplies
      • 8. Foodsustainability
      • 9. Waste management
      • 10. Green mobility
      • 11. Improving security
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    • 12. Big Challenges of our Democracies
      Transparency and trust on the political system
      Trust in the public administration
      Citizens mass participation
      Behaviourtransformation
      Sense of belonging and identity
      Social inclusion and social integration
      Crisis of the world financial system
      World stability
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    • 13. 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.
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      Living Labs
      Open eco-systems engage and motivate stakeholders, stimulate collaboration, create lead markets and enable behavior transformation
    • 14. Living Lab Ecosystem
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    • 15. • Users engagement. Communities Sustainability.
      • Experiment ideas, services, concepts, products.
      • Discovering what users want and need. Discovering unexpressed needs. Source of new ideas.
      • Speeding up acceptance. Earlier adopters. Users do the selling.
      • Large scale sustainable behaviour transformation
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      Living Lab Methodologies (1/2)
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    • 16. Living Lab Methodologies (2/2)
      Increased collaboration between public authorities, research centers, businesses and user communities. Sharing good practices
      Flexible and adaptive design process rooted in real-life experience with increased chances of succeeding with new products. Shorter lead time from concept to market (promote viral adoption)
      Better and more intensive use of internal ideas. Better access to ideas outside the organization.
      Acceleration of innovation. Increased productivity of the RDI activities. Includes wider socio-economic and socio-institutional factors, enablers of sustainable development. Co-creation methodologies and tools.
      Not only the “immediate” or direct factors, relationships, functionalities or impacts of the “object” under LL-experimental RDI, but indirect impacts, externalities and potential side effects.
      Improved cooperation in International Networks. Facilitate the international positioning and privileged access to the markets.
      Facilitate the development of human capital and culture sustainability
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    • 17. ENoLL and EU Presidencies
      Finish Presidency,
      Autumn 2006
      Portuguese Presidency,
      Autumn 2007
      Spanish Presidency,
      Spring 2010
      French Presidency,
      Autumn 2008
      Hungarian Presidency,
      Spring 2011
      Polish Presidency,
      Spring 2011
      5th Wave
      Autumn
      2010
      4th Wave
      Autumn
      2009
      6th Wave
      Wave
      1st Wave
      2nd Wave
      3rd Wave
      Belgium Presidency,
      Autumn 2010
      Sweedish Presidency,
      Autumn 2009
      Polish Presidency,
      Autumn 2011
      Slovenian Presidency,
      Spring 2008
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    • 18. 274 Living Labs
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    • 19. ENoLL Today
      • 236 EU Living Labs
      • 20. 38 Living Labs outside EU
      • 21. ENoLL Office headquarted in Brussels with one full time staff member(services to members, project facilitation, events, monthly newsletter, active presence in online and in Social Media, engaging in strategic projects)
      • 22. Supporting services including the Living Lab Summer Schools (Paris 2010, Barcelona 2011, Helsinki 2012), Living Lab Prize
      • 23. Globalization of ENoLL (in Brazil, in China and in Africa)
      • 24. ENoLL PPPPolicy initiative
      • 25. 6th Call for ENoLL membership during the Polish Presidency
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    • 26. ENoLL Values
      Trust and transparency
      Human-centricity
      Bottom-up, enriching communication
      Co-creation and collaboration
      Openness, enabling networking
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    • 27. Some Achievements
      Project involvement and facilitation on Smart Cities Call (CIP ICT-PSP programme)
      Partner in 3 Smart City CIP pilot projects
      Connected Smart Cities Network
      Living Lab Summer Schools
      Memorandum of Understandings with UNITED, CAISEC, FAO, LLiSA
      New ENoLL Communication tools and services
      Future Internet and Living Labs Social Innovation Convergence (CONCORD)
      Brazilian Network of Living Labs (BNoLL)
      African Network of Living Labs (ANoLL)
      Chinese Network of Living Labs (CNoLL)
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    • 28. ENoLL Council
      Chair Álvaro de Oliveira (Lighting Living Lab)
      Vice Chair TuijaHirvikoski (Laurea University of Applied Sciences, Laurea Living Labs)
      Vice Chair JarmoEskelinen (Helsinki Living Labs, Forum Virium Helsinki)
      Treasurer MikaelBörjeson (Centre for Distance- Spanning Technology CDT, Botnia Living Labs)
      Vice Treasurer Esa Ala-Uotila (Hermia OY, Suuntaamo Tampere Region Living Lab)
      Secretariat Pieter Ballon (IBBT, iLab.o)
      ENoLL Council Members:
      EsteveAlmirall (ESADE, IIK)
      Dave Carter (Manchester Digital Development Agency, MDDA)
      Ana Garcia (Institute for Innovation on Human Wellbeing, I2BC)
      MarttiHyry (University of Oulu, NorthRULL)
      Petra Turkama (Aalto University, CKIR)
      JuhaRuuska (Lutakko Living Lab, JAMK)
      Bidatzi Marin (IAVANTE Foundation, Living Lab Salud Andalucia)
      Veli-PekkaNiitamo (Haaga Helia, Ammattikorkeakoulujen Neloskierre)
      Ivan Pilati (Trentino as Lab)
      Artur Serra (i2cat Fundacio)
      Roberto Santoro (European Society of Concurrent Enterprising Network, ESoCE-NET)
      DaanVelthausz (Amsterdam Innovation Motor, AIM)
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    • 29. ENoLL Organization
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      Pieter Ballon
      Secretariat
      ENoLL Office: Anna Kivilehto, Ana Garcia
      (Membership Administration)
      ENoLL Council
      21 Members
      Mikael Börjeson
      Treasurer
      Deputy: Esa Ala-Uotila
      (Membership Operations)
      TuijaHirvikoski
      Vice-President
      Thematic Domains
      Jarmo Eskelinen
      Vice-President
      Deputy: Dave Carter
      Communication,
      Cities Network
      Álvaro de Oliveira
      President
      Work Groups. EU Presidencies. National Networks
      ENoLL Strategy and Operation Work Group
      Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira
      Deputy: Jesse Marsh
      Thematic Domain Living Labs Work Group
      Coordination: TujiaHirvikoski
      Deputy: Roberto Santoro
      • Energy Efficiency
      • 30. Health and Assisted Living. Well Being
      • 31. Smart Cities.
      • 32. Creative and Interactive Media.
      • 33. e-Government. e-Participation
      • 34. Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
      • 35. Thematic Tourism
      • 36. Regional, territorial and rural development of Smart Regions
      • 37. Sustainable Mobility
      • 38. Smart Manufacturing. Smart Logistics.
      • 39. Security
      ENoLL Policy Work Group
      Coordination: Seija Kulkki
      Foreign Affairs ENoLL Work Group
      Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira
      Deputy: JarmoEskelinen
      Amsterdam – Africa
      Helsinki – Asia
      Lisbon - North and South America
      Ljubljana - Central and Eastern Europe,Euro-Med
      Future Internet, Living Labs and Social Innovation
      Convergence Work Group
      Coordination: Pieter Ballon
      Deputy: Jo Pierson
    • 40. Thematic Sub Networks of Living Labs
      EnergyEfficiency. SustainableEnergy. Climatechange
      WellBeingandHealth
      SmartCities. Future Internet. Internet ofthings.
      Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
      e-Government. e-Participation
      Creative Media. Userdrivencontents. Social Networks. Web 2.0
      ThematicTourism. CultureServices
      Territorial and rural developmentofSmartRegions
      SustainableMobility
      Industrial andlogisticsdevelopment.
      Security
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    • 41. National and Regional Networks of Living Labs
      Finnish Network
      Swedish Network
      Nordic Network
      Cataluna Network
      Slovenian Network
      Portuguese Network
      Italian Network
      Southern African Living Labs (LLiSA)
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    • 42. GlobalizationofENoLL
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      Expansion initiatives outside of Europe
      • Brazil Network of Living Labs (BNoLL)
      • 43. Africa Network of Living Labs (ANoLL)
      • 44. China Network of Living Labs (CNoLL)
      • 45. Taiwan
      • 46. Korea
      • 47. USA
      Collaboration agreements
      FAO Food and Agricultural Organization of the UN (MoU and Action plan)
      United Forum Ubiquitous Network Industry and technology Development Forum (China)
      Beijing City Administration and Public Service Innovation – Information System and Equipment Center (CAISEC) China
      World Bank (to be signed in September 2011)
      INSME International Network of SMEs (In progress)
      EEN Europe Enterprise Network (In progress)
    • 48. EU - BrazilCooperationFramework
      • Brazil is a Strategic Partner of the EU
      • 49. Brazil and European cultures have common origins. Diaspora effects on European roots communities.
      • 50. Brazil is one of the fastest growing economies. Huge market opportunities.
      • 51. Brazil is driving the socio-economic growth by strong political support to Innovation.
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    • 52. Brazilian Open InnovationCulture
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    • 53. Brazil Socio-Economic Indicators (2004-2010)
      Low Income Population decrease:
      20 million
      Minimun Wage Raise:
      60%
      Total Population:
      198 million
      Employment increase:
      11 million
      Middle Class
      Increase:
      32 million
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    • 54. Bottom Up Methodology to Create and Operationalise Living Labs in Brazil
      • Information dissemination and awareness. Fostering the interest to the ENoLL Community membership
      • 55. Dissemination Workshops in several Brazilian cities.
      • 56. Workshops to support the definition of the Living Lab concept: partnership creation, strategic objectives, Federal and State policies opportunities, etc.
      • 57. Mentoring aiming at the preparation of the Living Lab eco-systems. Workshoips, thematic and institutional meetings
      • 58. Meetings with the main stakeholders at academic, research, enterprise, federal and state governments, municipalities, associations and NGO’s, etc.
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    • 59. Top Down Methodology to Increase EU-Brazil Cooperation in the Innovation Domain
      • Documents of strategy to the DG Info of the European Commission demonstrating the strategic role of Brazil as a partner for the EU.
      • 60. Scientific publications and conference presentations, namely at the Innovation Conference in 2008 and 2009 organised by CKIR in Helsinki.
      • 61. Discussion panels in conferences (e-Challenges, ICE, European Commission events, etc.) dedicated to present and discuss the EU-Brazil cooperation in the domain of innovation focused in Living Labs.
      • 62. Promote awareness and motivate Brazilian State governments to the Living Labs methodology.
      • 63. Promote awareness and motivate Brazilian Federal Government to the Living Labs methodology.
      • 64. Steering Committee of the European Commission for the scientific and technological cooperation negotiation.
      • 65. Preparation of the EU-Brazil Conference for the Innovation and Living Labs.
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    • 66. ENoLL Activities in Brazil
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      International Forum for Technology and Innovation, Vitoria, ES, November 2008
      Workshop on Living Labs, Manaus, July 2008
      Federal Government and EU Commission Workshop on Living Labs, Brasília, September 2008
      Living Labs Workshop, Belém, Pará, 30/Nov/2009
      Workshop LLs, Vitoria, ES, April 24th 2009
      Workshop on Innovation and Living Labs, Manaus, October 2008
      Workshop on Innovation and Living Labs, Manaus, September 2009
      Federal Government Meetings on Living Labs, Brasília, November 9th 2009
      Living Labs Workshop, Espírito Santo, ES, September 28th 2009.
      Espirito Santo Living Lab Workshop, Vitoria, ES, June 2009
      Living Labs for International Cooperation. FIAM, Manaus, 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, ES, December 2009
      Brazilian Living Labs:
      1. LL awareness, Brazilian LL participants on European Events (EU Lyon 08, Helsinki 08, EU Portugal 07, EU Slovenia 08, Brussels 08, etc)
      2. Brazilian Living Labs and ENoLL
      3. Emerging Living Labs
      4. Brazilian Living Labs Network
      Digital Niterói, Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, RJDecember 2008
      Innovation and Living Labs Workshop, São Paulo, SP September 2008
      INSME, Rio de Janeiro, May 2010
      Smart Cities, São Paulo, SP, December 2009
      EU-Brazil LLs Conference, Campinas, SP, October 2010 (t.b.c.)
      Energy Living Labs Workshop, EDP Inovação, São Paulo, SP, December 2009
      Rio Living Lab Meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Julho de 2010
      Meeting in Rio Living Lab, Rio de Janeiro, December 2010
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    • 67. ENoLL in Brazil - Results
      Amazon LivingLab - Fundação Feitosa (Manaus, Amazonas)
      Espirito Santo Cidadania Digital (Vitoria, Espirito Santo)
      InovaUnicamp Innovation Agency Living Lab (Campinas, São Paulo)
      LivingLabINdT - Well Being and Wealth Care LL (Manaus, Amazonas)
      Amazonas LivingLab (Manaus, Amazonas)
      BBILL (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais)
      EDP/Brasil LivingLab (São Paulo, São Paulo)
      GroupInter-ActionLivingLab (Manaus, Amazonas)
      Habitat LivingLab (Vitoria, Espirito Santo)
      Rio LivingLab (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)
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    • 68. Cidadania Living LabDigital Citizenship
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    • 69. Cidadania Living LabMethods, Tools and Processes
      • Development of innovative pilot projects, user driven to address specific needs of the individuals and the communities;
      • 70. Facilitation of the co-creative process, user driven by engaged communities. The Living Lab has acquired the skills to support completely new initiatives that may be brought by users of the community, such as learning a new musical instrument, virtually taking part in a remote event of their liking, etc.
      • 71. Co- designing new contents and producing them to support new services as driven by users.
      • 72. Social fieldwork closely articulated with ICT services in terms of preparation , operation and monitoring of results
      • 73. Organization throughout the year of public events, seminars, workshops, for the promotion of the Digital Citizenship Living Lab activities, the funding to support them and the awareness of the civil society.
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    • 74. Amazonia Living Lab
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    • 75. Amazonia Living Lab
      Living Lab of Living Labs
      Common vision and mission. More efective realization
      Coordination of platforms and initiatives
      Stimulation and facilitation of synergies
      Reinforcement of fund raising capacity
      Increase capacity of available results
      Wider critical mass
      16 May 2011, ENoLL 5th Wave of Membership, Publication of Results in Budapest
    • 76. Rio de Janeiro Living Lab
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    • 77. Brazilian Network of Living Labs
      Existing Living Labs domains
      • Sustainable Energy and Energy Efficiency
      • 78. Environment Technologies. Sustainability
      • 79. Biotechnology. Biodiversity
      • 80. Enviroment Technologies
      • 81. Natural Products Traditional Practices
      • 82. Social Innovation. Inclusion
      Emerging Living Labs domain
      • Internet of Things and Intelligent Logistics
      • 83. Automotive Industry
      • 84. Civil Aeronautics Industry
      • 85. Agrifood. Healthy Food
      • 86. Creative IT Industries
      • 87. Thematic Tourism (Eco-activities)
      • 88. Security
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    • 89. African ENoLL Living Labs
      Living LabMaputo (Mozambique)
      African Living Lab ISEG/UNIDAF (Senegal)
      SiyakhulaLivingLab (South Africa)
      Sekhukhune Living Lab (South Africa)
      Egyptian-Dutch Agricultural LL (Egypt)
      Start-Up SystemeTunisia (Tunisia)
      Egyptian School Education Living Labs (Egypt)
      Egyptian Retail Trade Development, Grocers/ Retail Traders Connection & Empowerment” Living Lab (Egypt)
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    • 90. The Case for African Network of Living labs (ANoLL)
      Agreement on a Task Force (established on May 10th) to draft the white paper for the creation and launching of ANoLL
      ANoLL Task Force is in charge of creating the concept and the action plan and the implementation ensuring a close link between the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) and existing African Living Labs namely, LLiSAand the ENoLL African Living Lab Members
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    • 91. Potential Drivers for African Network of Living Labs (ANoLL)
      Inclusion
      Learning and skills development
      Health
      Energy
      Food sustainability
      Secure water supply
      eGovernement and eCommerce
      Others…
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    • 92. ANoLL Task Force
      Chair: African Union Commission (Dr Ahmed Hamdy)
      Co-Chair: European Commission (Mr. Thierry Devars)
      Current Members of the Task Force
      Moses Bayingana (African Union Commission, HRST)
      Effat El Shooky (Egyptian Ministry / Northern Africa)
      Prof. MarlienHerselman /MmamakanyePitse-Boshomane (LLiSA/ Southern Africa)
      Dr. Faisal Fudlelmola (Sudan/ East Africa)
      Dr Maxwell Ovapa (Uganda National Council of Science & Technology)
      Dr. AlmanyKonte (Senegal /West Africa)
      Njei Check (National Agency for Information Technologies, Cameron / Central Africa)
      Henry Coetzee (University of Botswana)
      Aki Enkenberg(Finnish Foreign Ministry, Embassy of Finland in South Africa)
      Ilari Lindy (World Bank)
      Paul Cunnigham (IST-Africa Initiative/IIMC)
      Prof. Alvaro Oliveira / Dr. DaanVelthausz/ Anna Kivilehto (ENoLL)
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    • 93. Terms of reference
      Transparent and open process (everyone can participate)
      Concrete plan of actions
      Alignement with African/EU agendas
      Endorsement from the relevant ministries
      Awareness raising events
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    • 94. Timeline
      15th of June: Structure of White Paper
      10th of September: First Draft of White paper for consultation within ANoLL Task Force
      25th of September: Outcome of the ANoLL task Force consultation integrated in the draft White paper
      30th September: Release for Draft for public consultation (30 days)
      November 2011: Final version of the White paper ready for the African Union Commission and the European Commission
      Open discussion and validation at events to be scheduled at the five African regions
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    • 95. Globalization of ENoLL The Case of China (CNoLL)
      Workshops
      • Energy Efficiency, Shanghai (13-14/10/2010)
      • 96. Beijing Energy Efficiency Workshop (22/11/2010)
      • 97. Beijing ENoLL Workshop (25/11/2010)
      • 98. Beijing ENoLL Workshop (Planned for Oct 2011)
      Existing Living Labs
      • TianJin-China Living Lab
      • 99. China Mobile Research Institute
      • 100. Mobile Life Club of China - MC²
      • 101. Living Lab of China Mobile Communication Corporation (LLCM)
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    • 102. Globalization of ENoLL Other Cases
      • Korea ( Workshop planned for December 2011)
      • 103. Taiwan (Action plan in progress)
      • 104. Australia (Action plan initiated in 2010)
      • 105. Singapore (Action plan to start in 2011)
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    • 106. EU – Africa - Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration
      Large Scale Pilots
      Europe
      Biofuel production
      Biofuel Technologies
      Africa
      Brazil
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    • 107. EU – China - Brazil Energy Living Labs Collaboration
      ICT for Mobility
      ICT for
      Mobility
      Large Scale Pilots
      Europe
      China
      Brazil
      Biofuel
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    • 108. International RDI Collaboration
      ICT Programme
      CIP Programme
      Europe – Brazil joint calls
      8th Africa – EU Partnerships on Science, Information Society and Space
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    • 109. ENoLL PPP Initiative
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      Long-term vision: Europe as a dynamic, multi-layer and multidimensional Innovation ecosystem (Europe 2020 Strategy).
      ENoLL PPP initiative developed during 2010 and publicly announced in Ghent (Dec 2010). ENoLL Council core group developing initial policy paper followed by open and wide consultation. Initiative already supported by the European Commission and the European Parliament
      New global Higher Education and Research network addressing Living Lab needs in particular the facilitation of open user-driven innovation. Training and coaching on LL learning
      Living Labs as Open Access Platforms for Large Scale pilot projects with a focus on the social aspects of technology applications. Sustainable Smart Cities and Regions
      Alliance with Local, Regional, National Authorities to integrate Living Lab innovation and sustainability policies
      Cross-border and cross-thematic collaboration addressing the key challenges and business opportunities at a global scale
      Large-scale user behaviour transformation through social and societal innovation
    • 110. ENoLL PPP domains
      Research Projects and knowledge creation (Seija Kulkki, Tuija Hirvikoski, Álvaro de Oliveira)
      Social and societalinnovationmethodsand processes
      ICT toolsand infrastructures to supportuser-driveninnovation
      Large scale user/citizen/consumer behaviour transformation
      European Institute of Social and Societal Innovation
      Education and Learning System (Tuija Hirvikoski , Seija Kulkki, Artur Serra)
      Distributed Mastersprogrammefocused on Living Labs, Summer Schools, People Exchanges, Studyvisits, SME innovationschools, Open InnovationEntrepreneurshipetc.
      Large-scale Pilots focused on social aspects of technologies and services applications (Tuija Hirvikoski, Álvaro de Oliveira, Roberto Santoro)
      - Addressingchallenges and business opportunities
      Co-funding mechanisms (Jesse Marsh, Álvaro de Oliveira)
      - Understand, encourage, experiment and support project cofunding, ERDF Regional funds, National programmes, International agencies
      International collaboration (Álvaro de Oliveira, Petra Turkama, Tuija Hirvikoski, Daan Velthausz, IvaniPilati)
      • Big challenges of our time: Energy, health, food, water, education, climate...
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    • 111. ENoLL PPP Constituencies
      Global Living Labs Partnerships
      Including but not limited to ENoLLmembers (European and International)
      City and Regional Governments
      Including networks such as Connected Smart Cities (led Helsinki) for cities and ERIK for regions or initiatives such as RFI (Regions for the Future Internet
      ICT Industry SMEs and research institutes
      Especially those participating in the FI PPP
      University and research institutes
      In disciplines such as economics, environmental studies, social sciences, spatial planning, design thinking, etc
      • International Organizations
      EC, FAO, WorldBank, etc
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    • 112. ENoLLPPP Co-CreationCalendar of Actions
      Public announcement of the PPP initiative (Ghent, Dec 2010)
      Public launch White paper (Rome, Jan 2011)
      1st Draft of White paper opening of public consultation (Budapest, May 2011)
      Presentation and discussion of the ENoLL PPP at the ENoLL Summer School, Barcelona, August 2011
      Presentation and discussion of the ENoLL PPP at PicNic, Amsterdam, September 2011
      White paper to the European Commission (October 2011) invited by NeelieKroes, Commissioner of Digital Agenda
      Public presentation and validation at the Knowledge4Innovation Committee at the European Parliament (Oct 2011) invited by DanutaHubner, former Commissioner of Regional Policy)
      Joint Public presentation by the European Commission and ENoLL of the final PPP policy paper (Nov 2011)
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    • 113. ENoLL PPP Co-Creation Calendar of public consultation events
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    • 114. Thank you!
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      www.openlivinglabs.eu
      Álvaro de Oliveira
      chair@enoll.org
      Phone: +351  21  486 67  84 Skype: alvaroduarteoliveira
      @openlivinglabs
      Twitter:
      Facebook:
      ENoLL European Network of Living Labs
    • 115. European Network ofLivingLabs
      ENoLL contributes to the creation of a dynamic, multi-layer and multidimensional European Innovation ecosystem.
      ENoLL facilitates the cooperation and the exploitation of synergies between members and groups of members (thematic domains)
      ENoLL aims at the Future Internet, Living Labs and Smart Cities convergence
      ENoLLglobalisation fosters international open collaboration to solve the big challenges of our times, thus contributing to World stabilisation
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    • 116. Living Labs
      Living Labs are user-driven innovation eco-systems where the user (citizen, resident, worker, student, visitor, customer) lives, works, studies, plays and entertains. In this real living environment, the user co-creates, experiments and tests ideas, products and services. User-centric solutions and social innovation processes lead to new forms of productivity and competitiveness as well as sustainable behavior transformation.
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    • 117. Brazil Socio-Economic Indicators (2004-2010)
      Low Income Population decrease:
      20 million
      Minimun Wage Raise:
      60%
      Total Population:
      198 million
      Employment increase:
      11 million
      Middle Class
      Increase:
      32 million
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    • 118. Open Questions?
      African partners (champions) to drive the process
      Involvement distribution of committed African partners
      Alignment with the African – EU agenda and funds available
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    • 119. What is to be gained from user-involvement?
      • Discovering what users want and need. Source of new ideas. Innovation by design thinking.
      • User priorities – What motivates them?
      • Discoveringunexpressedneeds
      • Experiment ideas, services, concepts, products.Speedingupacceptance
      • Users engagement. Sustainability of users community. Earlier adopters. Speedingupacceptance.The users do the selling.
      • Sustainable behaviour transformation
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    • 120. Task Force Sub Groups
      White paper on the structure, process, funding, action plan (Members: African Union Commission, European Commission, LLiSA/ Southern Africa, ENoLL, Finnish Foreign Ministry)
      Potential landscape – existing and emerging LLs ( Members: IST Africa, LLiSA/Southern Africa, African Union Commission, European Commission, Sudan/East Africa, ENoLL)
      Communication strategy, awareness raising events (Members: IST Africa, Egypt / Northern Africa, African Union Commission, European Commission, ENoLL)
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    • 121. European Network ofLiving Labs
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      Five Waves
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    • 122. AdvantagesofLivingLabsfor Africa
      • Co-creation adjusted to the market needs
      • 123. National and International Partnerships
      • 124. Easier access to New Technologies and Best Practices
      • 125. Boosting Innovation in Rural areas involving communities
      • 126. Access to New Markets
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      More Efficient Innovation System
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    • 127. Research Philosophy, approach, methodology
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    • 130. FIAPAL Living Lab: Automotive Industry
      Reserach, Engineering, Innovation, Training
      M
      A
      R
      K
      E
      T
      U
      S
      E
      R
      S
      F
      I
      N
      A
      N
      C
      E
      F
      U
      N
      D
      I
      N
      G
      International Research Organizations
      MIT
      IPA
      Carnigie Mellon
      Technological Centers
      Research Organizations
      CEIIA
      Technological Centers
      Associations and Training
      Palmela Industrial Park
      ATEC
      Other Associations
      FIAPAL LL
      ALL-Net 1
      ALL-Net N
      Automotive Living Lab Network
      OEM 1
      OEM N
      Sn-1
      S1
      Sn-2
      Sn
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    • 131. FIAPAL Living Lab Evolution
      AUTOEUROPA PSA, Others
      OEMS
      AUTOEUROPA, GM, PSA
      RENAULT Assembler
      AUTOEUROPA, GM, PSA
      OEM
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      180
      120
      10
      50
      Suppliers
      Innovation Networks
      (LL Methodology)
      FIAPAL
      Living Lab
      Added Value
      Networks
      (LL Methodology)
      Non-existent
      Clubs of Suppliers
      Networking
      5 Billions
      Euros
      6 Billions
      Euros
      4 Billions
      Euros
      500 Millions Euros
      1.5 Billions Euros
      Turnover
      2005
      2010
      2000
      1992
      1995
      Date
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    • 132. SANJOTEC Living Lab: Footwear Industry
      Final
      Market
      (Medium - high)
      International
      Brands
      Raw
      materials
      RDI
      Materials
      Manufacturing
      Industry
      Distribuition
      (Early Adopters)
      Design
      (Own Collections)
      Trends
      (users, clients)
      Retailing
      Networks
      Production
      Equipment
      (Local and export)
      RDI
      Equipment
      • Co-creation, co-engineering, co-production and co-distribution
      • 133. Involvement of all the stakeholders
      • 134. Engaged user communities
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    • 135. Brazil Socio-Economic Indicators (2004-2010)
      Low Income Population decrease:
      20 million
      Minimun Wage Raise:
      60%
      Total Population:
      198 million
      Employment increase:
      11 million
      Middle Class
      Increase:
      32 million
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