Future Internet, Living Labs and Smart Cities convergence Global Internet of Things Conference, Beijing Prof. Álvaro de Oliveira President of the European Network of Living Labs 24th of November 2010 1
Agenda Today’s City Challenges Living Labs European Network of Living Labs Living Labs and Innovation Policy Smart Cities Periphèria Helsinki Smart City 2
Cities face big challenges Finding solutions for energy sustainability Finding solutions for climate change Managing demographic shifts Preventing and managing health and ageing problems, wellbeing Providing safe water and food supplies Optimizing mobility Implementing security 3
The scale of problems creates the need to harness the widest possible set of resources for problem solving involving diverse types of knowledge, resources participation and collaboration.
Solutions need to harness the motivation of millions of individuals and their communities. Solutions cannot be pushed down at people to force changing behavior.
New, distributed and highly participatory systems in order to achieve user behavior transformation are required. New roles of companies and public sector are needed in the demand, user and citizen driven open RDI enabled by ICT.
Living Labs provide open eco-systems, engage and motivate the RDI stakeholders, stimulate collaboration, create lead markets and enable behavior transformation.
Living Labs 5 Living Labs are a user-driven open innovation eco-system 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 new ideas, products and services. User centric solutions and social innovation processes lead to new forms of productivity and competitiveness as well as sustainable behaviour transformation.
Living Lab Ecosystems 6 Univeristies and Research Organizations Public Administration Living Lab Enterprises Funding and Financing Facilitation Charisma Trust Emotion RDI Stakeholders(PPPP) Co-creation New Business Models Social Innovation Shared Leadrship UserCommunities Real Virtual
Source: Form It Co-creation of Innovation 7
LivingLabMethodologies Increased collaboration between public authorities, research centers, businesses and user communities (PPPPs). Creation and exploitation of new technologies, products, services and business models. Increased productivity of RDI activities. Improved cooperation in International networks. Facilitated international positioning and privileged access to the markets. Facilitated development of human capital and increased sustainability culture. 8
What is to be gained from user-involvement? 9 Discovering what users need and want. Reach source of new ideas. Users engagement. Innovation by design thinking. Experiminent new ideas, services, concepts, products. Earlier adopters. Speeding up acceptance.The users do the selling. Growth, sustainability of user communities Sustainable behaviour transformation
European Network of Living Labs 10
ENoLL and EU Presidencies 11 5th Wave Autumn 2010 4th Wave Autumn 2009 1st Wave 2nd Wave 3rd Wave Sweedish Presidency, Autumn 2009 Belgium Presidency, Autumn 2010 Slovenian Presidency, Spring 2008 Hungarian Presidency, Spring 2011 French Presidency, Autumn 2008 Finish Presidency, Autumn 2006 Portuguese Presidency, Autumn 2007 Spanish Presidency, Spring 2010
European RDI System 12 Innovation Policy Instruments User Citizen Consumer Communities Global Market Pre-Commercial Procurement of Innovation European Institute of Technology ENoLL Early Adopters / Lead Markets
ENoLL Council 18-21 Members Mikael Börjeson Treasurer Deputy: Kirsi Lindfors (Membership Operations) Pieter Ballon Secretariat Deputy: Susanna Avessta (Membership Administration) Roberto Santoro Vice-President Deputy: Ana Garcia SMEs, Entrepreneurship and Manufacturing. Events 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: Tujia Deputy: Mikael Borjeson
Health and Assisted Living. Well Being
Creative and Interactive Media.
Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
Regional, territorial and rural development of Smart Regions
Smart Manufacturing. Smart Logistics.
ENoLL Policy Work Group Coordination: Seija Kulkki Deputy: Bernhard Katzy 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 ENoLL Council Meeting, Lugano 23 June 2010
Co-creation of Smart Cities enabled by ENoLL 14 Smart Cities and Energy Efficiency (SAVE ENERGY, APOLLON and FIREBALL) European Network of Smart Cities Future Internet, Living Lab and Smart City convergence Living Lab PPP constituency building 5th Wave Call for Living Labs Open to Smart City candidacies
Globalization of ENoLL Expansion outside EU Brazil China Korea Africa Collaboration Agreements FAO INSME EEN United Forum 25th – 27th August 2010 15
Periphèria Networked Smart Peripheral Cities for Sustainable Lifestyles 25th – 27th August 2010 16
Objective Deploy convergent Future Internet (FI) platforms and services for the Living Lab co-creation of sustainable lifestyles in and across emergent networks of “smart” peripheral cities in Europe. 17
Periphèria Future Internet Model 18 Sensornetworks RFID People in Places Communityinteraction Internet ofThings Location Based Services Service composition Internet ofServices Internet of People Modelling and Simulation Media and 3D
Periphèria Architecture 19
Periphèria Living Lab Arenas 20 Archetypal urban settings in which Living Lab stakeholders co-design and co-create sustainable new ways of living. This implies individual and social innovation creativity: Serendipity Design thinking Out of the box
Smart museum and park
Smart City Hall
Network of peripheral smart cities 21 Malmö Bremen Athens Genoa Palmela Helsinki Lisbon Rio de Janeiro Budapest La-Ferté-Sous-Jarre Larnaca Malta Malaga While 75% of Europe’s population lives in cities and towns of more than 5,000 inhabitants, the large cities covered by the EU’s Urban Audit account for only 8% of the total. Palermo
Periphèria Pilots: Malmö 22
Periphèria Pilots: Bremen 06/08/2010 23
Periphèria Pilots: Athens 06/08/2010 24
Periphèria Pilots: Genoa 25
Periphèria Pilots: Palmela 26
Smart City Pilot Platform 27 CITY CITIZENS PERIPHÈRIA SERVICES
PERIPHÈRIA Social Information Architecture 28 Syndication PERIPHÈRIA Pilots Social Networking PERIPHÈRIA Communities PERIPHÈRIA Communities Social Bookmarking PERIPHÈRIA Platform Real-Time Information Microblogging Aggregation Presentations PERIPHÈRIA Portal Learn More & Quiz Professional Networking Photo Sharing Mini Games Content Aggregator PERIPHÈRIA Central Services Social Publishing Green My Place Web 2.0 Tools Video Sharing Users / Citizens / Consumers Based on the CIP ICT PSP SAVE ENERGY Project.
Behavlets: components for behaviour transformation 29
TransversalIssues Privacy Individual data Access toprofiles Silenceof the chips Security Criticalinfrastructures Systemicvulnerability Equity Equalaccesstoopportunities 30
Service and Business Models Public Services Co-creationof city services Integrationof city functions Regulatoryissues Business Models Fromproductto service Pricingmodels New procurement and transactionpatterns 31
Smart City Landscape Structure ”The map of opportunities” Energy-efficiency in urban areas Participative planning “Sustainable growth and high quality of life through participatory governance” Smart City Citizens Needs and Networked Applications Entrepreneurship support, jobs Government and citizens services Affordable health and care for all Testbeds in FP7: OneLab2, PII, VITAL++, WISEBED, FEDERICA Emerging Smart City Innovation ecosystems Future Internet Research Technologies For Smart Cities Smart CityApplications (federated) Testbeds User driven innovation Smart City Internet pilots: Creative media, health and care, energy Barcelona, Manchester, Helsinki etc Content Management JOOMLA Visualisation Wiki’s Technologies For Smart Cities (Emerging, growing, maturing) Intelligence Data mining Web design OLAP mashups Simulation for decision making Living Labs: ENoLL (200+ living labs), APOLLON etc 3D tools FIRE experimentally-driven advanced research projects (OPNEX, ECODE, NANODATACENTERS, N4C etc) Collective intelligence Collaboration Web Co-design tools Access for all Broadband networks Crowdsourcing Community support Virtual collaboration Security and trust
web service management
data catalogue upkeep and links
Data catalogue publishing
User studies, research, user group management, feedback
Open data criteria and support
Prioritazion of data sources
Contact & help the data owners
Accepting data catalogues
- Original data - Data management - Data harmonization - Free, open data following the joint specs
public sector staff
companies incl. SME’s
research and education
DATA REPOSITORY METADATA DATA PLATFORM helsinki region infoshare HELSINKI REGION INFOSHARE JOINT COORDINATION GROUP INFOMATION AGGREGATOR / CLEARING HOUSE INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION / PUBLISHING PUBLIC DATA OWNERS / SOURCES END USERS
25th – 27th August 2010 46 Conclusions Cities face big challenges, requiring sustainable solutions. Co-design and Co-creation of Services by the users / citizens User/Consumer behaviourtransformation. Future Internet, Internet of Things and Living Labs convergence. Co-creation of sustainable life styles. Well being and quality of life. Smart mobility and logistics. Energy Efficiency. Climate impact. Citizens Governance participation. Interactive multi-media information and entertainment. Open-data and open-standards. Public and private services. Business models.