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Alvaro Oliveira at 5th Wave publication of results, Budapest 16 May 2011

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  • 1. ENoLL PPP
    Prof. Álvaro de Oliveira
     President of the ENoLL Association
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
    The European Network of Living Labs
    Public Private People Partnership
  • 2. Overview
    Global Challenges of our time
    Living Labs – Sustainable Solutions
    European Innovation Policy
    European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 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
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 12. 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.
    16 May 2011, ENoLL 5th Wave of Membership, Publication of Results in Budapest
    Living Labs
    Open eco-systems engage and motivate stakeholders, stimulate collaboration, create lead markets and enable behavior transformation
  • 13. Living Lab Ecosystem
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 14. Living Lab Methodologies
    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
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 15. Europe for Innovation
    • European RDI Policy in context
    • 16. EU - 2% of GDP
    • 17. US - 2, 8% of GDP
    • 18. Japan - 3, 4% of GDP
    • 19. European Global Competitiveness through Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    • 20. Experimentation for Innovation Ecosystems and Partnerships
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 21. European Innovation for Entrepreneurship
    Europe aimsatstrengthening global competitivenessthroughinnovation and entrepreneurship
    ImplementationthroughEuropeanInnovationPartnerships in flagshipinitiatives
    EU 2020: RDI askeyengine for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and job creation
    Budapest, 16 May, 2011
  • 22. EU 2020: Major strategic transformation
    How to innovate for local and global entrepreneurship and competitiveness
    How to implements social, economic, industrial, technology innovation with real impact
    How to transform institutional and structural frames, mechanisms and resources for implementation
    How to act strategically
    Budapest, 16 May, 2011
  • 23. ENoLL Organization
    ENoLL Council
    18-21 Members
    Mikael Börjeson
    Deputy: Esa Ala-Uotila
    (Membership Operations)
    Pieter Ballon
    ENoLL Office: Anna Kivilehto
    (Membership Administration)
    Álvaro de Oliveira
    Work Groups. EU Presidencies. National Networks
    Deputy: Ana Garcia
    SMEs, Entrepreneurship and Manufacturing. Events
    Jarmo Eskelinen
    Deputy: Dave Carter
    Cities Network
    ENoLL Strategy and Operation Work Group
    Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira
    Deputy: Jesse Marsh
    Thematic Domain Living Labs Work Group
    Coordination: Tujia Hirvikoski
    Deputy: Mikael Börjeson
    • Energy Efficiency
    • 24. Health and Assisted Living. Well Being
    • 25. Smart Cities.
    • 26. Creative and Interactive Media.
    • 27. e-Government. e-Participation
    • 28. Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
    • 29. Thematic Tourism
    • 30. Regional, territorial and rural development of Smart Regions
    • 31. Sustainable Mobility
    • 32. Smart Manufacturing. Smart Logistics.
    • 33. Security
    ENoLL Policy Work Group
    Coordination: Seija Kulkki
    Foreign Affairs ENoLL Work Group
    Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira
    Deputy: Jarmo Eskelinen
    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
  • 34. ENoLL Work Groups
    ENoLL Strategy
    and Operation
    Work Group
    Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira
    Deputy: Jesse Marsh
    ENoLL Policy Coordination
    Work Group
    Coordination: Seija Kulkki
    Thematic Domains
    Living Labs
    Work Group
    Coordination: Tuija Hirvikoski
    Deputy: Mikael Borjeson
    • Energy Efficiency. Climate change
    • 35. Well Being and Health
    • 36. Creative Media. User driven contents.
    • 37. Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
    • 38. Thematic Tourism. Culture Services
    • 39. e-Government. e-Participation
    • 40. Smart Cities. Future Internet
    • 41. Regional, territorial and rural development
    • 42. Mobility
    • 43. Industry and logistics. Internet of things
    • 44. Security
    Future Internet,
    Living Labs and Social Innovation Convergence Work Group
    Coordination: Pieter Ballon
    Deputy: Jo Pierson
    Foreign Affairs Ambassadors
    Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira
    Deputy: Jarmo Eskelinen
  • 45. European RDI Instruments
    FP7 Programme
    CIP Programme
    • Thematic Domains
    • 46. Smart Cities
    • 47. Smart Regions
    PPP Programmes
    • Future Internet
    • 48. Factory of the Future
    • 49. Electric Car
    • 50. Efficient Buildings
    Regional and cross-border development
    Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation
    The RDI policies foster partnerships for collaborative user-driven innovation. Living Lab eco-systems and methodologies.
  • 51. European RDI System
  • 52. Need to extend theLiving Lab movement
    ENoLLiswellpositioned to deliver on the promise of Innovation Union and Partnerships
    Howeverits new RDI approachneedssoundertheoreticalbasis, increasedsolidity of method, and larger-scale experimentation.
    Open, human-centric RDI engagingcitizens for major societalchallenges to promote open society development in Europe – and the world.
    Budapest, 16 May, 2011
  • 53. European Network ofLivingLabs
    Living Labs enable the co‐creation of user‐driven and human‐centric research, development and innovation of technologies, products and services focused on well-being of people
    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
    ENoLL globalization fosters open international collaboration to solve the big challenges of our times, thus contributing to global well being , prosperity and stability
  • 54. Strategic Goals of the ENoLL PPP
    European Innovation Ecosystems and Partnerships for Local and Global Entrepreneurship
    Open Ecosystem-based RDI for Creation and Renewal of Market and Industries and Public Services
    Promoting Regional Economic Growth and Job Creation
    Promoting European Open Society Development
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 55. ENoLL PPP Initiatives
    Living Labsas Open Access Platforms for Large Scale pilotprojects with a focus on the social aspects of technologyapplications. Sustainable Smart Cities and Regions
    Alliance with Local, Regional, National Authorities to integrate Living Lab innovation and sustainabilitypolicies
    Cross-border and cross-thematiccollaborationaddressing the keychallenges and business opportunitiesat a global scale
    Large-scale userbehaviourtransformationthrough social and societalinnovation
    Budapest, 16 May, 2011
  • 56. ENoLL PPP Strands (1/2)
    ResearchProjects and knowledgecreation
    Social and societalinnovationmethodsand processes
    ICT toolsand infrastructures to supportuser-driveninnovation
    Large scale user/citizen/consumer behaviourtransformation
    Education and Learning System
    Distributed Mastersprogrammefocused on Living Labs
    Summer Schools
    Staff Exchanges
    SME InnovationSchools
    Open InnovationEntrepreneurship
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 57. ENoLL PPP Strands(2/2)
    Large-scale Pilotsfocused on social and societalaspectsof technologies and service applications
    Smart cities and regions
    New business models
    Multiple Sources of Funding (experimentation of ways to coordinate funding)
    ERDF Regional Funds
    National Fundingprogrammes
    International Agencies
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 58. ENoLL PPP Constituencies(1/2)
    Local, Regional and City Administrations
    Including networks such as Connected Smart Cities (led by the City of Helsinki) for cities and ERRIN for regions
    Global Living Lab Partnerships
    Including but not limited to ENoLL Members globally
    ICT Industry SMEs and Research Institutes
    Especially those participating in the Future Internet PPP
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 59. ENoLL PPP Constituencies(2/2)
    University and Research Institutes (In disciplines such as…)
    Innovation management
    Environmental studies
    Social sciences
    Spatial planning
    Design thinking
    International Organizations
    European Commission
    World Bank
    African Union Commission
    UNITED (China)
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 60. Terms of Reference
    Transparent and open process (everyone can participate)
    Concrete plans of actions
    Alignement with EU policy agendas
    Endorsement from the relevant EU institutions
    Awareness raising and engagement events
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 61. ENoLLPPP Co-CreationCalendar of Actions (1/2)
    Public announcement of the PPP initiative (Ghent, Dec 2010)
    Public launch of the White paper initiative (Rome, Jan 2011)
    1st Draft of White paper concept published for online public consultation on ENoLL website, especially targeted to ENoLL members (May 2011, consultation period mid May 2011 - mid June)
    White paper to the European Commission (June 2011) invited by NeelieKroes, Commissionerresponsiblefor Digital Agenda
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 62. ENoLL PPP Co-CreationCalendar of Actions (2/2)
    Meeting with the European Parliament (June 2011)
    Public presentation and validation at the Knowledge4Innovation Committee at the European Parliament (Oct 2011) invited by DanutaHubner, former Commissionerof Regional Policy)
    Joint Public presentation by the European Commission and ENoLL of the final PPP policy paper (Nov 2011)
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 63. ENoLL PPP Co-Creation Calendar of Events
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 64. Conclusions (1/2)
    Europe’s Unique Way
    Strengthening Europe’s unique way to conduct research, development and innovation (RDI) in an all-inclusive, people-driven open collaboration, leads to local innovation ecosystems that embody the European Partnership Model. Firms, academia, cities and public agencies collaborate and will benefit by engaging peoples creativity and innovation in LivingLab real-life RDI co-design and co-creation methodologies that lead to early markets and accelerate uptake by the demand side players including public services and users and citizens.
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 65. Conclusions (2/2)
    Turn Contemporary Major Challenges into Entrepreneurial Opportunities
    Strengthening the ENoLLEuropean-wide open RDI ecosystems Europe will have a strong open RDI-infrastructure in place that can tackle in a globally competitiveway the major contemporary societal challenges such as energy efficiency, wellbeing, climate change, sustainable mobility and participatory democracy, leading to a better and happier society. Entrepreneurial opportunities will emerge that create new markets, industries, public and private services driving an overall societal dynamics in the frame of the Open Society
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
  • 66. Thank you!
    Budapest, 16 May 2011
    Álvaro de Oliveira
    Phone: +351  21  486 67  84 Skype: alvaroduarteoliveira