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Regional Innovation through the Future Internet Public Private Partnership by Alvaro Oliveira, ENoLL President at the Committee of the Regions (OPEN DAYS) Regional Innovation through the Future Internet PPP, October 13th, 2011

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  • Regional  Innova,on  through  the  Future   Internet  Public  Private  Partnership   Prof.  Álvaro  de  Oliveira      President  of  the  ENoLL  Associa8on   (European  Network  of  Living  Labs)   Chair  of  the  ENoLL  Council     Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October  2011         1  
  • Overview  •  Challenges  of  our  Regions  •  Living  Labs  •  Regional  Living  Labs  •  Smart  Regions  engagement  on  FI  PPP  •  Conclusions   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   2   2011        
  • Challenges  of  our  Regions   Problems   Living  Lab  Solu,ons  Marginaliza8on  from  global  networks   Valoriza8on  of  local  capital  (par8cularly   SMEs)  Regional  funding  not  focused  on   Local  Digital  Agenda  innova8on  Dificulty  to  achieve  smart   Unlock  innova8on  poten8al  through  LL  specializa8on  Digital  divide  is  increasing   LL  engagement  and  empowerment  of   users  Regions  locked  in  innefec8ve  policy   Research  and  ERDF  programs  and  Pre-­‐models   Commercial  procurement  of  innova8on   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   3   2011        
  • Sustainable  Solu8ons  •  Wicked  problems  call  for  diverse  types  of  knowledge,   resource,  par8cipa8on  and  collabora8on.    •  Behaviour  change  requires  the  mo8va8on  of  millions  of   individuals  and  their  communi8es;  solu8ons  cannot  be   pushed.  •  New,  distributed  and  highly  par8cipatory  systems  imply  new   roles  for  public  and  private  spheres:  demand/user/ci8zen   driven  open  RDI  enabled  by  ICT.   Living  Labs     User  driven  open  innova8on  eco-­‐systems  engage  and  mo8vate   all  the  stakeholders,  s8mulate  co-­‐design  and  co-­‐crea8on  of   technology,  products,  services  and  social  innova8on.  Create  lead   markets  and  enable  behavior  transforma8on   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   4   2011        
  • Living  Lab  Ecosystem   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   5   2011        
  • European  Network  of  Living  Labs     274  LLS   236  EU  LLs   38  Non-­‐EU  LLs   1st  Wave     –   19   2nd  Wave     –   32   3rd  Wave     –   68   4th  Wave     –   93   5th  Wave   –   62   Total   274   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   6   2011        
  • Living  Lab  Methodologies  •  Users  engagement.  Communi8es  Sustainability.    •  Experiment  ideas,  services,  concepts,  products.  •  Discover  what  users  want  and  need.  Discovering  unexpressed  needs.   Source  of  new  ideas.    •  Speed  up  acceptance.  Earlier  adopters.  Users  do  the  selling.  •  Large  scale  sustainable  behaviour  transforma8on  •  Improved  coopera8on  in  Interna8onal  Networks.  Facilitate  the   interna8onal  posi8oning  and  privileged  access  to  the  markets.    •  Facilitate  the  development  of  human  capital  and  culture  sustainability     Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   7   2011        
  • Regional  Living  Labs     Readiness  factors–  Development  issues  of  broader  concern  –  Territorial  knowledge  capital    –  Network  dynamics  among  ci8zens  and  local   authori8es  and  businesses  –  Mul8-­‐level  coopera8on  –  Inter-­‐departmental  coopera8on   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   8   2011        
  • Guidelines  for  Regional  Living  Labs  •  Engage  and  mo8vate  ci8zens  as  co-­‐designers  and   co-­‐creators    •  Understand  and  take  ownership  of  local   specifi8es:  cultural  heritage,  local  tradi8ons...  •  Encourage  experimenta8on  •  Enrich  real  life  experiences  •  Use  ICT  enhanced  learning   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   9   2011        
  • Regional  LL  Smart  Specializa8on   DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES NETWORK-BUILDING THEMATIC CLUSTERS / POLES / DISTRICTS REGIONAL LIVING LABS TECHNICAL SOCIALINNOVATIONSTRATEGIES SCIENCE & PPP / TECHNOLOGY PARKS TRIPLE HELIX INFRASTRUCTURES Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   10   2011        
  • Regional  Future  Internet  Playgrounds  •  Support  co-­‐design  processes.  Crowdsourcing    •  Empower  individuals  and  groups  •  Enable  and  support  innova8on  services  •  S8mulate  imagina8on  and  design  thinking  •  Trigger  and  sustain  social  innova8on.  Reconstruct  community   values.  Recreate  humane  neighbourhoods.  Sense  of  iden8ty  and   belonging  •  Change  the  poli8cal  rules  of  the  game  •  Support  the  emerging  bocom-­‐up  mul8level  governance   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   11   2011        
  • Regional  Living  Labs  Benefits    •  Promote  RDI  in  the  Regional  context  •  Foster  Open  Innova8on  and  entrepreneurship  •  Increase  inward  RDI  investment  from  big  players  •  Apply  ICT  RDI  to  issues  of  regional  interest  •  Promote  diffusion  of  ICT  co-­‐design    •  S8mulate  crea8vity  and  engage  all  the  stakeholders   in  the  innova8on  culture  transforma8on   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   12   2011        
  • BRING  TOGETHER  THE  FI  PPP  OFFER  AND  THE     URBAN  LIVING  LAB  DEMAND   Funding   FI  PPP   CONCORD   ENoLL   Stakeholders   Living  Labs   Projects   Engagement   Stakeholders  Technologies   Playground     Early  markets   Resources   Repository   INFINITY   Test  beds   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   2011        
  • BRIDGING  THE  FI  PPP  OFFER  AND  THE   REGIONAL  LIVING  LAB  DEMAND  •  Set-­‐up  the  necessary  communica8on  channels  and  tools  •  Bridge  the  engagement  gaps  between  offer  and  demand  through   proac8ve  dissemina8on  and  media8on  •  Facilitate  and  support  the  convergence  of  business  requirements  •  Link  projects  with  exis8ng  networks  and  communi8es  and  develop   new  communi8es  •  Iden8fy    and  proac8vely  engage  poten8al  business  partnerships  •  Support  the  business  partnership  development,  ac8ng  as  “midwifes”   with  tools  (templates  for  NDAs,  contracts,  MoUs,  Lecers  of  Intent,   Business  Plans,  etc.)  and  proac8ve  business  coaching.    •  Iden8fy  adequate  funding  sources  and  facilitate  their  access  •  Create  follow  up  mechanisms  and  success  indicators   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   2011        
  • CREATING  NEW  MARKETS  FOR  FI  PPP   ENoLL   Smart  Regions     Smart   Concord   Periphèria  |  CitySDK  |  Citadel   in  Africa,  Asia  and  Regions     Brazil   World  Bank     Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   2011        
  • Conclusions  (1/2)  •  The  big  global  challenges  of  our  8me  demand  mass   par8cipa8on  of  users/consumers/ci8zens.  Finding  solu8ons   to  climate  change,  managing  demographic  shijs,  presen8ng   and  managing  chronic  diseases,  providing  safe  water  supplies   and  maintaining  food  security  will  require  the  pooling  of   diverse  types  of  knowledge  and  resources,  and  harnessing   the  mo8va8on  of  millions  of  individuals  and  their   communi8es.  •  Technologies  are  not  sufficient  to  resolve  the  challenges  in  a   sustainable  way,  user  behaviour  transforma8on  is  required   and  this  can  be  enabled  by  the  use  of  ICT  and  the  Living  Lab   methodologies.     Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   16   2011        
  • Conclusions  (2/2)  •  Europe  needs  to  address  its  poli8cal  integra8on  leading  to  more   Europe.  The  current  crisis  has  uncovered  hidden  fragili8es  but  also   fostered  new  solu8ons.  Regions  such  as  Danube  and  cross-­‐border   collabora8on  using  Living  Lab  methodologies  can  accelerate  a   faster  and  more  effec8ve  integra8on.  •  Universi8es  need  to  be  more  involved  with  the  other  stakeholders   of  the  innova8on  system.  Technology  is  important  but  needs  to  be   complemented  with  other  knowledge  and  exper8se  such  as   entrepreneurship  culture  and  innova8on  and  business  prac8ces.  •  Smart  Specializa8on  should  be  “SMART”,  bringing  together  the   convergence  of  Future  Internet,  Living  Labs  and  social  innova8on   leading  to  sustainable  societal  transforma8on  towards  a  becer  and   happier  society.   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   17   2011        
  • Thank  you!   www.openlivinglabs.eu     Álvaro  de  Oliveira     chair@enoll.org                Phone:                +351    21    486    67    84              Skype:            alvaroduarteoliveira             Twicer:   @openlivinglabs   Facebook:   ENoLL  European  Network  of  Living  Labs   Regions  Open  Days  FI  PPP    13th  of  October   18   2011