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Introductory Keynote by Jarmo Eskelinen, President of the European Network of Living Labs. Jarmo asked the question on what drives a City and what we need to do to make Cities Smart: involving …

Introductory Keynote by Jarmo Eskelinen, President of the European Network of Living Labs. Jarmo asked the question on what drives a City and what we need to do to make Cities Smart: involving citizens, users as innovators of their own environment.

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  • ----- Meeting Notes (31.1.2012 10:48) -----What is the city? Is the city physical?
  • ----- Meeting Notes (31.1.2012 10:48) -----Is the city buildings and urban infrastructure?
  • ----- Meeting Notes (31.1.2012 10:48) -----Or is it traffic, movement and logistics? Trains, cars, planes and ships, delivering people and goods?
  • ----- Meeting Notes (31.1.2012 10:48) ------ The city is both structures and logistics. But it is even more about change. - The only certain thing is that city is never finished and never ready.
  • ----- Meeting Notes (31.1.2012 10:48) ------ and most of all, a city is about people.- the city is not a factory or a machine.- everything else exists, or should exist, to benefit the people.

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  • 1. What makes a City? Pic: Aho & Soldan
  • 2. Buildings …? Pic: Aho & Soldan
  • 3. …or logistics..? Pic: Aho & Soldan
  • 4. …or could it be CHANGE..? Pic: Aho & Soldan
  • 5. …and especially, PEOPLE? Pic: Aho & Soldan
  • 6. City is an organism, not a machine.Pic: benzinga
  • 7. cities can be killed.
  • 8. cities can be resurrected.Pic: Restaurant Day (cc)
  • 9. case: Restaurant DayPic: Restaurant Day (cc)
  • 10. … the sweet point: smart technology in everyday use by citizensPic: UIAH Crucible Studio, 2006
  • 11. communities are creative.Pic: Love Parade
  • 12. Who are “users”?
  • 13. 16
  • 14. users as innovators 17source: Eric Von Hippel , 2009
  • 15. users as contributors
  • 16. users as participants
  • 17. Smart City service structure
  • 18. Diversity – services and usesFlexibility – concepts and business modelsScalability – from small to big & back
  • 19. 31 611/30/09 © Forum Virium Helsinki
  • 20. Open the data Use the dataOpen Data clearing house tofind, harmonize, open, publish and utilize the data incollaboration with developers. Innovation, efficiency and
  • 21. CitySDK PilotsSmart Participation – Lead Pilot in Helsinki• “Fix-my-street”Smart Mobility – Lead Pilot in Amsterdam• Personal Travel AssistantSmart Tourism – Lead Pilot in Lisbon• Personal Tour Guide+ 15 Replication Pilots in 8 cities
  • 22. Living Labs 2.0 - from methodologies to ecosystems
  • 23. AccessHarmonization Processes Policies
  • 24. Future InternetCollaboration Living Smart Labs Cities
  • 25. PublicService platforms Commercial Community
  • 26. Smart city strategy based on collaboration“Internet innovation” for real life needsLiving Lab: open innovation ecosystemfor real-life co-design and co-creationCity as an enabler: data, access, harmonization 31 © Forum Virium Helsinki Pic: MTV 3