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Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIPby Director Mario Campolargo, European Commission, Directorate F: Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures. DG INFSO. Smart Cities & the Future Internet organised by Fireball, Eurocities and ENoLL on January 25th, 2012.

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Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIP by Director  Mario Campolargo, European Commission Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIP by Director Mario Campolargo, European Commission Presentation Transcript

  • Smart Cities and the Future Internet Workshop by Eurocities and Fireball Brussels, 25th January 2012 Mário Campolargo European Commission - DG INFSO Director, Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures"The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission" 1
  • smart, sustainable, inclusive cities offer an ideal platform for ICT and otherindustries to integrate and test new concepts to serve Europe’s sustainable future ~80% of the population lives in cities ~75% of CO2 is produced in cities ~75% of energy is consumed in cities 2
  • smart citiescitizen engagement and participationadvanced innovation ecosystemsinnovative broadband internet infrastructureopen access to data 3
  • smart cities – open innovation§  local factor §  digital society§  co-localisation / specialisation §  knowledge economy§  “spillover” effects §  intangible assets§  data aggregation §  administrative responsibility§  social networks / sensors §  trust between multiple actors§  “mash up” applications §  SMEs in the digital society, the process of wealth and value creation has changed, transforming the power relations between firms, individuals, users, and Public Institutions 4
  • from research to innovation + Medium to long term research on the FP7 Future Internettechnological risk FIRE Large scale experimentation/ collaboration FI PPP Short to medium term system level research combining application pull and technology push CIP Accelerating take-up of technologies which come out of the labs and are mature for innovation - - time to market + 5
  • FI PPP: structure and projectsCall 1 Call 2 Call 3 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 6
  • FIRE + Living Lab methodology§  FIRE – experimental facilities... technical dimension as well as social and ethical.Living Labs are examples of real environments inwhich best practices of open innovation are applied§  Living Labs Networks§  Living labs methodologies applied to European projects§  Exploring new perspectives of the Living Labs methodologies 7
  • 2014-20 financial framework Put forward by the Commission end of June Common Agricultural Policy €372 billion 36%ICT opportunities Cohesion Policy €336 billion 33% Connecting Europe facility €40 billion 4% Research and Innovation €80 billion 8% Education and youth €15 billion 2% Migration and internal security €8 billion 1% External Action €70 billion 7% Administration €63 billion 6% 1.05% of EU GNI in commitments = € 1025 billion over 7 years (2011 prices) 8
  • cohesion funds – smart specialisationFocus on:§  research & innovation§  information and communication technologies (ICT)§  competitiveness of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)§  shift towards a low-carbon economy§  climate change adaptation & risk prevention and management§  environmental protection & resource efficiency§  sustainable transport & removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures§  employment & supporting labour mobility§  social inclusion & combating poverty§  education, skills & lifelong learning§  institutional capacity building & efficient public administrations 9
  • Connecting Europe facilityCommission proposal in November 2011 to promote thecompletion of§  "transport core network“ (€ 21.7 billion + € 10 billion)§  "energy priority corridors" (€ 9.1 billion)§  and key digital infrastructure (network and services) (€ 9.2 billion)to combine market based instruments and EU direct support tooptimise impact 10
  • Horizon 2020 Tackling Societal Challenges IndustrialLeadership & Excellent Competitive LEIT… Science Frameworks Base ICT Future Internet… Budget:€80 billion 11
  • what is next?§  Understand the needs of regional/local actors§  Move from testing innovative ideas to piloting realistic solutions that will help us deliver in the 2020 timeframe§  Take a comprehensive and integrated approach; break down silos between domains such as buildings, transport, energy networks and ICT§  Ensure that solutions are actually taken up by key stakeholders, including citizens§  Smart cities are a perfect framework:§  To put the Future Internet Technologies “in context”§  To take advantage of the new EU policy approach, with tighter integration between Research, innovation, regional deployment 12
  • making our society smarterSmart Energy Smart Living Future InternetSmart Health Smart Transport 13