What makes a City?                     Pic: Aho & Soldan
Buildings …?               Pic: Aho & Soldan
…or logistics..?                   Pic: Aho & Soldan
…or could it be CHANGE..?                            Pic: Aho & Soldan
…and especially, PEOPLE?                           Pic: Aho & Soldan
City is an organism, not a machine.Pic: benzinga
cities can be killed.
cities can be resurrected.Pic: Restaurant Day (cc)
case: Restaurant DayPic: Restaurant Day (cc)
… the sweet point: smart technology in  everyday use by citizensPic: UIAH Crucible Studio, 2006
communities are creative.Pic: Love Parade
Who are “users”?
16
users as innovators                                 17source: Eric Von Hippel , 2009
users as contributors
users as participants
Smart City service structure
Diversity – services and usesFlexibility – concepts and business modelsScalability – from small to big & back
31                                      611/30/09   © Forum Virium Helsinki
Open the data                                Use the dataOpen Data clearing house tofind, harmonize, open, publish and uti...
CitySDK PilotsSmart Participation – Lead Pilot in Helsinki• “Fix-my-street”Smart Mobility – Lead Pilot in Amsterdam• Perso...
Living Labs 2.0   - from methodologies to ecosystems
AccessHarmonization        Processes   Policies
Future                InternetCollaboration          Living      Smart          Labs        Cities
PublicService platforms        Commercial Community
Smart city strategy based on collaboration“Internet innovation” for real life needsLiving Lab: open innovation ecosystemfo...
ENoLL introduction to the Open Innovation Ecosystems go really Local - Across Borders
ENoLL introduction to the Open Innovation Ecosystems go really Local - Across Borders
ENoLL introduction to the Open Innovation Ecosystems go really Local - Across Borders
ENoLL introduction to the Open Innovation Ecosystems go really Local - Across Borders
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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 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.
  • ENoLL introduction to the Open Innovation Ecosystems go really Local - Across Borders

    1. 1. What makes a City? Pic: Aho & Soldan
    2. 2. Buildings …? Pic: Aho & Soldan
    3. 3. …or logistics..? Pic: Aho & Soldan
    4. 4. …or could it be CHANGE..? Pic: Aho & Soldan
    5. 5. …and especially, PEOPLE? Pic: Aho & Soldan
    6. 6. City is an organism, not a machine.Pic: benzinga
    7. 7. cities can be killed.
    8. 8. cities can be resurrected.Pic: Restaurant Day (cc)
    9. 9. case: Restaurant DayPic: Restaurant Day (cc)
    10. 10. … the sweet point: smart technology in everyday use by citizensPic: UIAH Crucible Studio, 2006
    11. 11. communities are creative.Pic: Love Parade
    12. 12. Who are “users”?
    13. 13. 16
    14. 14. users as innovators 17source: Eric Von Hippel , 2009
    15. 15. users as contributors
    16. 16. users as participants
    17. 17. Smart City service structure
    18. 18. Diversity – services and usesFlexibility – concepts and business modelsScalability – from small to big & back
    19. 19. 31 611/30/09 © Forum Virium Helsinki
    20. 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. 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. 22. Living Labs 2.0 - from methodologies to ecosystems
    23. 23. AccessHarmonization Processes Policies
    24. 24. Future InternetCollaboration Living Smart Labs Cities
    25. 25. PublicService platforms Commercial Community
    26. 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
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