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European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) European smart ci9es and smart city projects in user empowered innova9on ecosystems. Ana Garcia European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) “Vision for the future of Smart Ci9es” Nice, March 20th, 2013
What is ENoLL? European Network of Living Labs, Brussels based international non-profit organisaton, facilitates the cooperation and the exploitation of sy n erg ie s betwee n i ts 30 0+ m embers worldwide.W i t h i n E N o L L , t h e w h o le eaninnovation cycle i.e end-users, E urop with ndSMEs, coorporations, citizens, ed ic i e s a ly L i n k s s i o n p o l s p e c i alpublic sector, NGOs, academia i e Co m m ve s and itala n d t h e w i d e r re s e ar c h t i in Dig p e i n i t i a ze d value E u r ocommunities form a ni recog d a f o r Citie , s,d e d i cat e d n e t w o r k o f n t Age gh S m ar n De sig ,thematically organised Living u e t, (t h r o I n t e r n n, CultureLabs. F u t u r e nno vatio …) Soci al I ern ance, , eGo v Health
The European Network of Living Labs Real-‐life test and experimenta9on Public-‐Private-‐People Partnerships (PPPP) environments for user-‐driven open innova9on 320 Living Labs 5
What is a Living Lab A Living Lab is a real-‐life test a n d e x p e r i m e n t a 9 o n environment where users and producers co-‐create innova9ons. Living Labs have been characterised by the European Commission as Public-‐Private-‐People Partnerships (PPPP) for co-‐crea9on, prototyping, valida9on and tes9ng of new technologies, services, products, etc, in real-‐life contexts.
Inputs from FIREBALL Fireball project (www.ﬁreball4smartci9es.eu) a CA of the FP7 for ICT (2010-‐2012). Bring together the FIRE/Future Internet community, Living Lab and urban development.
Some ﬁndings from FIREBALL “How European ci.es are currently developing strategies towards becoming smarter ci.es and the lessons we can draw for the future. These strategies are also based on a new understanding of innova.on, grounded in the concept of Open innova:on ecosystems, global innova:on chains and on ci:zen’s empowerment for shaping innova:on and urban development. These new ways of innova:on are characterised: 1) high level of ci.zen involvement in co-‐crea:ng internet-‐based applica:ons and services and 2) emergence of new forms of collabora.on (e.g. PPPs)”* *All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: h`p://www.ﬁreball4smartci9es.eu/
Some ﬁndings from FIREBALL (2) “Open innova:on and ci:zen’s engagement aim to bridge the GAP between the R&D of ICT and actually experimen.ng and using Internet-‐based applica.ons in ci.es. These applica:ons and services are intended to bring societal and economic beneﬁts in areas such as healthcare, independent living, enterprising and SMEs, par:cipa:ve government, energy eﬃciency, environment and quality of life.”* “Three important GAPS are outlined, which ci:es have to overcome namely: 1. Digital skills gap: that concerns to the ability of ci:zens and companies to master web-‐technologies and oﬀer solu:ons over the net 2. The crea.vity gap: that separates web technologies and applica:ons 3. The entrepreneurship gap: that takes place between digital applica:ons and innova:ve services” *All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: h`p://www.ﬁreball4smartci9es.eu/
Some ﬁndings from FIREBALL (3) “Smart ci:es need to develop strategies and migra.on paths regarding how they will make use of available internet infrastructures, testbed facili.es, applica.ons and know-‐how, and how they will develop PPP for their access, use and exploita:on. A par:cular point of aPen:on is how those assets can be made openly accessible for both users and developers in order to s:mulate experimenta:on and innova:on in becoming part of the innova:on ecosystem of ci:es.” *All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: h`p://www.ﬁreball4smartci9es.eu
Some ﬁndings from FIREBALL (4) “Recommenda:on in the paper: ci:es have to explore various business models and iden:fy the ones suitable for each type of service. Living Lab methodologies, social experiments, crowdsourcing, and open city plaPorms for crea:ng and promo:ng applica:ons and services may oﬀer good solu:ons to this end and mobilize crea.ve skills of the en.re popula.on of the city.” “Ci.es provide many opportuni.es of aQrac.ve explora.on and valida.on environments. There is s:ll a gap between Future Internet research and ci:zens’ expecta:ons.” *All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: h`p://www.ﬁreball4smartci9es.eu
FUTURE of SMART CITIES: Some European projects and iniIaIves
• Advance Europes competitiveness in Future Internet technologies and systems and to support innovative Internet-enhanced applications of public and social relevance, notably in urban areas. • Make public service infrastructures and business processes smarter i.e. more intelligent, more efficient, more sustainable. • Address different areas, e.g. energy, wellbeing transport, etc.ICT applications research 1. Making the world Application Pull ‘smarter’ and accelerate sustainable technological FI-PPP innovation Technology push 2. Making Europe a world leader in FutureICT technology research Internet technologies
FI-PPP Programme Iden9ﬁca9on of the requirements for each usage area Generaliza9on of requirements Implementa9on of generic requirements Deploy domain-‐speciﬁc Large-‐scale as core plaborm applica9ons on core plaborm tes9ng
FI-WARE: Major Technical Chapters How Technical Chapters IoT-M2M Enablers IoT Services Enablement Built-inAPIs & tools Data/Context Enablers Data/Context Management Integration and Composition Enablers Apps/Services Ecosystem & Business & Delivery Framework Delivery (revenue-share, cross-selling, …) Security Enablers Security Advanced Cloud Enablers Cloud Enablers easing interface to Network and Devices I2ND 16
Examples of Phase 1: Electronic Market Place for Energy Micro Grid Smart Buildings Distributed Electric Network Mobility
FINSENY (phase 1) project in brief Vision Mission « A sustainable Smart Energy system in « Demonstrate, by 2015, how open FutureEurope, combining critical Internet Technologies can enable the Europeaninfrastructure reliability and security energy system to combine adaptive intelligencewith adaptive intelligence, enabled by with reliability and cost-efficiency to meet,open Future Internet Technologies. » sustainably, the demands of an increasingly complex and dynamic energy landscape. » Project details: • Dura9on: April 2011 – March (April) 2013 • Partners: 35 partners from 12 countries from the energy and ICT domain • Part of the FI-‐PPP program • h`p://www.ﬁnseny.eu/ • ConInuaIon in phase 2 (FINESCE)
• FI-‐PPP Portal www.ﬁ-‐ppp.eu • @FI_PPP • FINSENY: www.ﬁ-‐ppp-‐ﬁnseny.eu Upcoming events: • FIA Dublin (May 8th – 10th): www.ﬁ-‐dublin.eu FINSENY: • FINSENY Final Event together with EIT ICT Labs on April 10 and 11, 2013 in Berlin, details and registra9on are available at: h`p://www.ﬁ-‐ppp-‐ﬁnseny.eu/ﬁnseny-‐smart-‐energy-‐enabled-‐by-‐future-‐ internet-‐workshop/ • Pre-‐FIA workshop from FINSENY, FINESCE and INFINITY in Dublin in May 2013 (May 7th)
CitySDK Development toolkit for the city services 20
SDK for Pan-‐European City • Service development toolkit for the ci9es: – Open and interoperable digital service interfaces – Processes, guidelines and usability standards. • “App Store” for the City à Cross-‐city transfer of Smart City Applica9ons 22
CitySDK Partnership CiIes and city regions: Network organizaIons • Amsterdam • European Network of Living Labs • Barcelona • Helsinki UniversiIes and research insItutes• Istanbul • Lamia • University of Tilburg • Lisbon • ESADE • Manchester • CASPUR • Rome • Ins9tuto Superior Técnico • Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences Private companies • Alfamicro • Gnosis Computers • ISA – Intelligent Sensing Anywhere • Lynx • Sanoma • TAGES Development and expert organizaIons • Forum Virium Helsinki • FutureEverything • Waag Society 23
CitySDK Developers • Created and developed with and for the developers • Lightweight, modular, no new plaborms • On-‐going process, not top down and outdated For • Ci9es’ in-‐house service developers • Commercial service developers • SMEs • Large corpora9ons • 3rd sector & hack9vists • Research organisa9ons 24
CitySDK Ecosystem Public deliveryInfrastructures; App Stores urban displays Engaged SME Developers’ new Services exploiting the City SDK ecosystem, or open source pilot apps Project Pilots Demonstrators, open source CitySDK Ecosystem CitySDK components Unified Open City Interfaces through Pilots as CitySDK components Cities’ prior platforms, services, interfaces, open data 25
Public deliveryInfrastructures; App Stores urban displays Engaged SME Developers’ new Services exploiting the City SDK ecosystem, or open source pilot apps CitySDK Pilots Smart Smart Smart Participation Mobility Tourism CitySDK Ecosystem FixMyStreet Personal Travel Personal Tour Assistant Guide Unified Open City Interfaces through Pilots as CitySDK components Cities’ prior platforms, services, interfaces, open data 26
• Bringing the Citys issue repor9ng and feedback channels closer to the residents • Providing ci9es with more accurate feedback and avoiding unnecessary feedback • Making development of issue repor9ng and feedback channels easier • Inspired by Open311 and FixMyStreet 27
Smart Mobility – Lead Pilot in Amsterdam Intelligent social traveling People as informa:on agents The Personal Travel Assistant makes you a social traveller and helps you • To make your experience help others • To bring structure in your traveling chaos • To connect with fellow travellers • To make your experience enhance public service Aggrega:ng of messages adapted to your journey to separate the relevant from the irrelevant informa:on 28 Lauri Vanhala: Helsinki Public Transport Visualized: www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGllzWt0acU
Smart Tourism – Lead Pilot in Lisbon Personal Travel guide – real 9me informa9on for tourists and travellers • Unifying access to loca9on-‐ and 9me-‐based tourism-‐related data, and subsequent service genera9on. • U9lizing innova9ve, user-‐centric/ Internet of Things technologies e.g.: – Augmented Reality – NFC/RFID – Public Urban Displays, and – Geo-‐loca9on 29
Smart ciIes are creaIve ciIes and the CreaIve ciIes need to connect
What SPECIFI wants to do SPECIFI will demonstrate that a Smart City is a Smart Connected CreaIve City, and will boost the poten9al of European ci9es, regions, SMEs and crea9ve individuals to overcome fragmenta9on and the lack of sustainable business models in an open and user-‐driven fashion SPECIFI will combine ultrafast FTTH infrastructures and advanced video and IoT plaborms for the crea9on of an European CreaIve Ring of Smart CiIes and Regions facilita9ng the crea9on, delivery and sharing of innova9ve, user co-‐designed arts, media and leisure services locally, regionally, and across Europe 18/03/13 32
SPECIFI Pilots • Partner Living Labs will organize pilot experiments in 3 (inter)connected city-‐ regions, i.e. Kortrijk city and Flanders region (Belgium), Barcelona city and Catalonia region (Spain), and Trento city and the Tren9no region (Italy) • Technology, user and business aspects equally important! 18/03/13 33
A market and mee9ng place • Bringing together infrastructures, technological components and a network of interested par9es (ci9es, ar9sts, CI companies, technology providers,…) • Open and accessible to all • Aimed at leveraging the poten9al of local Crea9ve Industries by bringing them into the FI world, and boos9ng the poten9al of their Smart City hosts
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To know more and engage -‐ ENoLL Wave 7th opened now: www.openlivinglabs.eu -‐ FIA Dublin 2013 (FI-‐PPP, Crea9ve Ring launch, CitySDK, Connected Smart Ci9es network): Pre-‐FIA workshops May 7th www.ﬁ-‐dublin.eu -‐ IV ENoLL Summer School (Manchester, 27-‐30 Aug) h`p://www.openlivinglabs.eu/event/4th-‐enoll-‐ summer-‐school-‐manchester -‐ 1st worldwide conference on Living Labs (Amsterdam, Nov 2013) h`p://www.openlivinglabs.eu/news/ﬁrst-‐worldwide-‐ conference-‐open-‐living-‐labs
Ana Garcia European Projects European Network of Living Labs Ana.email@example.com @RoblesAG @openlivinglabs firstname.lastname@example.org www.openlivinglabs.eu
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