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  • Challenges accumulate in cities
  • User Communities / Citizens / Cities as Urban Labs (term used by EeroHolstila) already in 2008
  • Cities as Urban Labs (term used by EeroHolstila) already in 2008
  • ENoLL founded in Finland, under Finnish EU -presidencyFinnish partners such Suuntamo Tampere Central Region Living Lab, Kainuu Living Lab (Snowpolis), Northern Rural-Urban Living Lab (NorthRULL) from OuluIncluding partners from Helsinki such as Forum Virium Helsinki, Aalto University, Laurea University of Applied Sciences

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  • 1. 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
  • 2. Agenda
    Today’s City Challenges
    Living Labs
    European Network of Living Labs
    Living Labs and Innovation Policy
    Smart Cities
    Periphèria
    Helsinki Smart City
    2
  • 3. 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
  • 4. Sustainable Solutions
    • 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.
    • 5. Solutions need to harness the motivation of millions of individuals and their communities. Solutions cannot be pushed down at people to force changing behavior.
    • 6. 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.
    • 7. Living Labs provide open eco-systems, engage and motivate the RDI stakeholders, stimulate collaboration, create lead markets and enable behavior transformation.
    4
  • 8. 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.
  • 9. 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
  • 10. Source: Form It
    Co-creation of Innovation
    7
  • 11. 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
  • 12. 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
  • 13. European Network of Living Labs
    10
  • 14. 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
  • 15. 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
  • 16. 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
    • Energy Efficiency
    • 17. Health and Assisted Living. Well Being
    • 18. Smart Cities.
    • 19. Creative and Interactive Media.
    • 20. e-Government. e-Participation
    • 21. Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
    • 22. Thematic Tourism
    • 23. Regional, territorial and rural development of Smart Regions
    • 24. Sustainable Mobility
    • 25. Smart Manufacturing. Smart Logistics.
    • 26. Security
    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
  • 27. 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
  • 28. Globalization of ENoLL
    Expansion outside EU
    Brazil
    China
    Korea
    Africa
    Collaboration Agreements
    FAO
    INSME
    EEN
    United Forum
    25th – 27th August 2010
    15
  • 29. Periphèria
    Networked Smart Peripheral Cities for Sustainable Lifestyles
    25th – 27th August 2010
    16
  • 30. 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
  • 31. 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
  • 32. Periphèria Architecture
    19
  • 33. 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 neighbourhood
    • 34. Smart street
    • 35. Smart square
    • 36. Smart museum and park
    • 37. 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
  • 38. Periphèria Pilots: Malmö
    22
  • 39. Periphèria Pilots: Bremen
    06/08/2010
    23
  • 40. Periphèria Pilots: Athens
    06/08/2010
    24
  • 41. Periphèria Pilots: Genoa
    25
  • 42. Periphèria Pilots: Palmela
    26
  • 43. Smart City Pilot Platform
    27
    CITY
    CITIZENS
    PERIPHÈRIA SERVICES
  • 44. 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.
  • 45. Behavlets: components for behaviour transformation
    29
  • 46. TransversalIssues
    Privacy
    Individual data
    Access toprofiles
    Silenceof the chips
    Security
    Criticalinfrastructures
    Systemicvulnerability
    Equity
    Equalaccesstoopportunities
    30
  • 47. Service and Business Models
    Public Services
    Co-creationof city services
    Integrationof city functions
    Regulatoryissues
    Business Models
    Fromproductto service
    Pricingmodels
    New procurement and transactionpatterns
    31
  • 48. Periphèria’s Concertation Role
    29/09/2010
    Periphèria – IOT EuropeanResearch Cluster Meeting
    32
    Periphèria
  • 49. Helsinki Smart City
    33
  • 50. 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
  • 51.
    • web service management
    • 52. data catalogue upkeep and links
    • 53. Data catalogue publishing
    • 54. User studies, research, user group management, feedback
    • 55. Open data criteria and support
    • 56. Prioritazion of data sources
    • 57. Contact & help the data owners
    • 58. Accepting data catalogues
    • 59. Managing contracts
    - Original data
    - Data management
    - Data harmonization
    - Free, open data following the joint specs
    • public sector staff
    • 60. companies incl. SME’s
    • 61. research and education
    • 62. citizens
    • 63. participation
    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
    • DATA CATALOGUES
    • 64. RAW DATA
    • 65. DATA CATALOGUES
    • 66. CLEARED DATA
    5
    5
    11/30/09
    © Forum Virium Helsinki
    HARMONISATION OPENING DISTRIBUTION UTILISATION
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  • 77. 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.
  • 78. Thankyou!
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    www.enoll.org
    Álvaro de Oliveira
    alvaro.oliveira@alfamicro.pt
    Phone: +351 21 486 67 84
    Mobile: +351 91 666 66 66 Skype: alvaroduarteoliveira
    Address: Alfamicro
    Alameda daGuia, 192-A 2750-368 Cascais
    PORTUGAL