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  • 1. PERIPHÈRIA Jean Barroca AlfamicroRethinking Cities: framing the future Barcelona, October 10th 2012
  • 2. PERIPHÈRIA OBJECTIVES Deploy  convergent  Future  Internet  (FI)  pla4orms  and  services  for  the  promo;on   of  sustainable  lifestyles  in  and  across   emergent  networks  of  “smart”   peripheral  ci;es  in  Europe.   2
  • 3. PERIPHÈRIA  SMART  CITY   RFID Sensor networks Internet of Things People inLocation Based Places Media Community and 3DServices interaction Internet of People Internet of Services Social Service networking composition 3
  • 4. LIVING LAB ARENASArchetypal urban settings in which Living Lab stakeholders co-design sustainable new ways of living Smart Smart Smart Neighbourhood Street Square Smart Museum Smart Smart and Park City Hall Campus 4
  • 5. NEW STAKEHOLDER RELATIONS 5
  • 6. THE PERIPHERIA PLATFORM 6
  • 7. SMART CITIZEN DESIRES Be heard Be attracted (stay longer in a neighbourhood or group) Be green Be engaged (participate e.g. with others, in decisions) Be valued Be safeBe counted (identify with/feel ownership for e.g. a place) Be aware (e.g. of actions/impacts/benefits) Be prospective (envisage e.g. possible options/futures) Be reflective (e.g. on governance arrangements) Be informed (access information, people, services)Be integrated (e.g. with/across ethnic/religious minorities) Be different (e.g. opt out in socially acceptable ways) 7
  • 8. FROM DESIRES TO CHALLENGES public citizen authorities groups desires discover wishes problems select issues create challenges citizens 8
  • 9. THE PERIPHERIA CHALLENGES 9
  • 10. EXAMPLES OF CHALLENGES Inclusive Campus (Milan) Sustainable Behaviours (Milan) Helping the Disabled to Vote (Athens) Campus as an Urban Lab (Milano) Public Services for Rural Areas (Palmela) Green Life (Athens) Preparing for Effects of Climate Change (Genoa) Be Seen, Be Heard (Malmoe) Parking Space Bottleneck (Bremen) Collective Energy Consumption (Malmoe) 10
  • 11. select issuesFROM CHALLENGES TO SOLUTIONS create challenges citizens proj. proposers select and endorse public authorities citizens technologies proj. teams citizens 11
  • 12. CO-DESIGN PROCESSESDesires Issues Challenge Ideas Projects Solutions 12
  • 13. THE PERIPHERIA TOYBOX 13
  • 14. SOLUTIONS IN PROGRESS Visualizing Citizen as Sensors Collective Urban Parking Energy (ICParkingSpace Consumption App) (Arduino + Cosm) Citizen SelfParticipatory Organization Cinema in anProgramming Emergency(Open Data) (Latitude + Twitter) Prioritizing Green Projects and Ideas (MySquare App) 14
  • 15. LL  OPEN  DATA  PROJECTS   Data  and  Services   Citadel   CitySDK   PERIPHÈRIA   Unstructured  Data   X   X   Structured  Datasets   X   X   X   Standardiza;on   X   X   X   App  Templates   X   X   Toolset   X   X   Co-­‐design  Pla4orm   X  Implemented  Services   X   15
  • 16. CitySDK  •  Amsterdam  •  Barcelona  •  Helsinki  •  Istanbul  •  Lamia  •  Lisbon  •  Manchester  •  Rome   16  
  • 17. CITYSDK ARCHITECTUREPublic 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   17   17
  • 18. HSL OPEN DATA Open DataJourney PlannerMy DeparturesTimetables Developer.reittiopas.fiLine MapDisruption InfoHSL LiveCycling and Walking ~30 Apps 18
  • 19. SMART PARTICIPATION SDK 19
  • 20. TOWARDS SMARTER CITIES:CONNECTING PEOPLE AND THINGS 20   20
  • 21. LINKING SENSORS TO INTERNET 21
  • 22. Barranquilla,  Colombia  
  • 23. OPEN DATA EXTREME EXAMPLE 23
  • 24. PERIPHERIA: LESSONS LEARNEDOpen data is not enough to achieve societal transformation, opening data must be closely linked to the creation of a co-design ecosystem where citizens have an active role in finding solutions for a more sustainable city Participatory service co-design processes require institutional framing in order to have a lasting impact The development of living lab innovation ecosystems requires a constant monitoring of the coherence of activity strands Convergent future internet service platforms need to combine both technological and social dimensionsEngaging stakeholders in the co-design of FI technologies must provide a substantial and relevant motivation and address technology potentials in the context of their social and political impactsBroad and ambitious re-shaping of smart city structures and services requires both top-down and bottom-up approaches, with a key role for evaluation and impact assessment 24
  • 25. THANK YOU Jean Barrocajean.barroca@alfamicro.pt