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  • “Smart City: taking an European opportunity”
  • This presentation discusses the abstract notions of Service Design and Strategic Design, in conjunction with real life experiences from the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) community, mainly from Finland, who is moving towards a human-oriented society, and its capital Helsinki, the World Design Capital 2012 and from Barcelona, the Mobil World Capital 2012.http://wdchelsinki2012.fi/en/wdc-helsinki-2012http://mobileworldcapital.com/
  • In order to make the innovation to flourish, Public-Private-People partnership, multilevel governance and cross-sector co-operation is needed. Public pre-procurement, legislative changes, and financial support will help, however it is the individuals who are the sine qua non of any transformation. People centred innovation - It means that public policy can link people to opportunities, infrastructures, competencies and incentives. Then, through the flow of feedback among the different stakeholders and functions the ecosystem will get a change to continuously renew itself. As a consequence, major societal innovation may take place and new industries may emerge. This type of comprehensive approach is not easy, but it may be the best way to tackle the aging as a Grand Challenge or to perceive it as a “Major Opportunity”. That is what ENoLL is for, and the new PPPP initiative, driven by ENoLL is aiming at. - Give the “Butterfly Effect” a chance to change the world!
  • The CoCoframework sees co-creation through three different lenses in service business:1. A value co-creation view embedded in strategicthinking and business models2. A co-production view embedded in customerrelationships and interactions3. A co-design and co-innovation view embeddedin service design.
  • Espoo is the safest of allmajor Finnish cities. In aEuropean comparison e.g.Espoo’s rate of domesticburglary is six times lowerthan the average of Euro -pean cities.We accompany you in life’s important phases:Childcare and education, social and health services, housing and environment, culture and sport, jobs and enterpriseEspoo is the safest major city within Finland and provides a safe environment for children to grow up. The well-being of our residents is our priority.Annual resident surveys on all municipal servicesInnovative online feedback servicesFlexible resident involvementCooperation with external service providers43 % of our operating costs for outsourcDecentralised day care: Small groups, always nearbyDay care in Finnish, Swedish, English and FrenchOECD: Finnish education is one of the best in the worldInstruction in one’s mother tongue for 30 language groupsPrimary and secondary education in EnglishInternational Baccalaureate (IB)
  • Espoo accounts for 50% of the Research and Developmentvalue for all of Finland. Espoo companies are responsible for around 50% of the turnover in the Helsinki Stock Exchange
  • WELCOME TO CITYSDKCitySDK is creating a toolkit for the development of digital services within cities. The toolkit comprises of open and interoperable digital service interfaces as well as processes, guidelines and usability standards. CitySDK enables a more efficient utlisation of the expertise and know-how of developer communities to be applied in city service development.The project is working in the areas of participation, mobility and tourism and has 8 cities across Europe as partners: Helsinki, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Manchester, Lamia, Istanbul, Lisbon and Rome.If you are a city interested in the approach we are taking and would be interested in the interface and toolkit and if you are a developer looking to develop Apps that work in different European cities then get in touch.Our news feed will keep you informed of interesting developments in the project, and across the open data and smart city environment.
  • Policy influencing: Coordinated responses for Consultations (latest: EU Action Plan for nNtrepreneurship, FIRE in Horizon 2020)ENoLL has cooperation agreements (MoUs) with the following organisations:CAISEC (Beijing City Administration Information System and Equipment Center),UNITED (Ubiquitous Network Industry and Technology Development Forum) ,FAO (The Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations),LLiSA (Living Labs in Southern Africa),EBN (European BIC Network),World Bank (Open Development Technology Alliance). Informal collaboration with ERRIN, IASP (International Association of Science Parks), AAL, AALOA etc…
  • -ENoLL facilitates the cooperation and the exploitation of synergies between its 300+ members worldwide.Within ENoLL, the whole ‘innovation cycle’ i.e end-users, SME’s, corporations, citizens, public sector, NGOs, academia and the wider research communities, form a dedicated networks of thematically organized Living Labs. Thus,ENoLL can mobilise the entire living lab community and to avoid any fragmentation of effortMost active members (i.e full members, effective and associated)
  • -ENoLL facilitates the cooperation and the exploitation of synergies between its 300+ members worldwide.Within ENoLL, the whole ‘innovation cycle’ i.e end-users, SME’s, corporations, citizens, public sector, NGOs, academia and the wider research communities, form a dedicated networks of thematically organized Living Labs. Thus,ENoLL can mobilise the entire living lab community and to avoid any fragmentation of effortMost active members (i.e full members, effective and associated)
  • Harmonisation &standardisation of tools, methods and practices
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  • E no ll_smart city_hirvikoski_lecce_14032013

    1. 1. Living lab as the engine to animate smart communitiesEuropean opportunities looking at our territory: Lecce Smart Community 14.03.2013 Director Tuija Hirvikoski, PhD; Laurea www.laurea.fi | www.sidlaurea.com | tuija.hirvikoski@laurea.fi European Network of LivingLabs Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    2. 2. What is ENoLL? European Network of Living Labs, Brussels based international non-profit organisaton, facilitates the cooperation and the exploitation of synergies between its 300+ members worldwide.Within ENoLL, the whole innovationcycle i.e end-users, SMEs,coorporations, citizens, public sector,NGOs, academia and the widerresearch communities form a dedicatednetwork of thematically organisedLiving Labs. Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    3. 3. The European Network of Living Labs Real-life test and experimentation Public-Private-PeoplePartnerships (PPPP) environments for user-driven open innovation 320 Living Labs Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    4. 4. What is (the value of) a Living Lab?• Living Lab is a real-life test and experimentation environment where users and producers co-create innovations• Public-Private-People Partnership (PPPP) for creation, prototyping, validating and testing new technologies, services, products etc in real-life contexts• Empower citizens (end-users) as active co-creators of value, ideas & innovations that benefit the whole society Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    5. 5. Why LL? Don’t discard routines, challenge them and creatively explore new ones! Science and technology driven innovation 4% Practice based innovation 96% The positive effects of co-creation activities:From coproduction 1. A broader understanding of stakeholders’ processes and their value creation conductingto Co- capability to deliver value for them (e.g. Liedtka & Ogilvie, 2011; Prahalad & Ramaswamy, 2004),Creation 2. To monitor future possibilities and the landscape of competition (e.g. Prahalad & Ramaswamy, 2004), 3. To innovate more efficiently (e.g. Liedtka & Ogilvie, 2011; Ramaswamy & Gouillart, 2010). Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    6. 6. Service innovation originates Muut Kilpailijat Tutkimus- jaR&D kehitystoiminta Erityisasiantuntijat PrimaryStaff Henkilöstö & secondaryClients and users users Asiakkaat ja toimittajatInformation from the sekä yleinenoperative environment toimintaympäristötieto 0 10 20 30 40 50 % Lähde: Yliherva 2005 Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    7. 7. Where does LL come from and how did it evolve into ENoLL?• Originated for MIT (US), concept further developed in Europe• Supported by EC as bridging the gap between R&D and market entrance (faster take up of R&D results) and enable SMEs obstacles on local and regional markets in the fragmented European market place• Linked with EC policies and initiatives EU2020, Digital Agenda, especially through initiatives such as EIPs on Smart Cities, Active and Healthy Ageing (AHA), Future Internet, Design …• Several Living Lab initiatives supported by the EC as well as national programmes (FP7, CIP ICT PSP programme, etc) Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    8. 8. From Apollon to ENoLL- Living Labs as brokers and matchmakers (2/3)• ENoLL as Knowledge & exchange platform – Sharing domain specific knowledge and experience (e.g Knowledge Center) – Developing domain specific methodologies and services• ENoLL as Gateway & broker for new collaboration – Active connecting and collaborating environment – Networking with other Living Labs (cross-domain) & SMEs (e.g Market Place)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    9. 9. ENoLL 7th Wave for Membership Applications• Opened in February 2012• Pre-registration to info@enoll.org, you will receive application document• Evaluation will be done by selected independent ENoLL & LL experts on following criteria: – Membership motivation – Description and characteristics – Organisation – Openness – Resources – Users and reality – Value – Direction and sustainability• Publication of results at the ENoLL Summer School in Manchester August 27 – 30 th, 201320/09/21 20/09//2012
    10. 10. Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    11. 11. Users: individuals, organisations, firms, authorities, cities, regions –from the micro to the most macro level Zoom in & Zoom out http://www.dexigner.com/directory/detail/19311.html Helsinki Design Lab is an initiative by Sitra, The Finnish Innovation Fund, to advance strategic design as a way to re-examine, re-think, and re-design the systems weve inherited from the past. We assist decision-makers to view challenges from a big-picture perspective, and provide guidance toward more complete solutions that consider all aspects of a problem Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    12. 12. Living Labs 2.0 from methodologies to ecosystems (Jarmo Esleinen) Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    13. 13. Living labs 2.0 (Eskelinen) Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    14. 14. Living Labs 2.0 (Eskelinen) Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    15. 15. Living labs 2.0 (Eskelinen) Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    16. 16. Jarmo EskelinenLecce 14.3.2013 TH
    17. 17. The accessibility and attractiveness of new services are shaped and enabled in regional and global innovation ecosystems as well as by national and EU innovation policiesActors Actions Where / how Why / for• Designers • Create meanings In open Better• Engineers • Mobilise resources Ecosystems (LLs) • Solutions• Entrepreneurs • Continuous interaction with • Products• Academics and feedback • Public • Services• Nurses • Innovate • Private • Processes• Service providers • Co-design • People • Business models• … • Co-create value Partner- • Inclusive• Citizens • Co-product ship foresights• Users • Experiment • Policy design• Civil servants • Pilot• Local authorities • Commercialize New• Public policy • Utilize • Global markets• makers • Innovative management • User behaviour… • Public procurement • Firms • Shared leadership • Industries • Brokering • Matchmaking Societal Lecce 14.3.2013 TH transformation
    18. 18. Self-renewal Multi-stakeholder Ecosystem Driven by Userswhat is needed? multilevel governance Service- Enablers MNS, providers SMES “..in our smart city projects, the DEVELOPER COMMUNITY is often aPublic sector asset, in critical Education wellbeing, the USER COMMUNITIES” third sector convergence of science RDI Citizens cross-sector and co-operation users what is possible? Co-creating also social and societal innovation Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    19. 19. A Systemic approach to user centred policies and services - it is the whole bunch To tie the knot you need to design and orchestrateAll levels and actors of the ecosystem are interdependent and in continuous interaction http://www.google.fi/imgres?hl=fi&sa=X&biw=1280&bih=663&tbm=isch&prmd=imvnsab&tbnid=i5_Nu9ZNnZEM-M:&imgrefurl=http://www.props.eric-hart.com/tools/36-knots-bends-and-splices/&docid=st4IUYsHQHtw8M&imgurl=http://www.props.eric- hart.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/knots1.png&w=457&h=318&ei=MY3NT_jLBKf- 4QSdw4jkDg&zoom=1&iact=hc&vpx=970&vpy=401&dur=3089&hovh=187&hovw=269&tx=138&ty=113&sig=109217063895960377122&page=1&tbnh=125&tbnw=180&start=0&ndsp=20&ved=1t:429,r:19,s:0,i:108 Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    20. 20. They all are experts in their fieldsThey all mobilise the resources they commandAnd they Lecce 14.3.2013 TH provide continuous feedback
    21. 21. Krista.Keranen@Laurea.fi ask for the CoCo Tool Kit Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    22. 22. Harvesting Results ICT Innovations for services for older people: Living lab approach within Enoll communityHelsinki Living Labs• LivingLabs started from Arabianranta & Loppukiri• Managing Outcomes: People participating to the co-production of their care by Forum Virium Helsinki• Healthy Neighborhood, 800 used electronic health care cardElsewhere in Finland:• Western Finland Welfare Living Lab 21032013 Hallym Univeristy Tuija Hirvikoski 22
    23. 23. Harvesting Results ICT Innovations for services for older peopleLaurea Living Labs and the LbD action Laurea LL Facilities & Virtual Toolsmodel. Project examples - CaringTV®• CaringTV®,• Express to Connect, - Active Life Village Ltd• Encounter Art, - Active Home; SmartHome• COM’ON, - The Smart Hospital in Vantaa• the Senior Trainer Programme, - Medical and Care simulation center• SATCHEL Seniors Accessing Technologies - Live and Reside in the City of Espoo, for Co-Housing with E-Learning Tapiola (SATCHEL) (Finland, UK, Spain)• JADE and the Healthy Ageing Innovation Laboratories (HAILs) Elsewhere In Europe• Energising Urban Ecosystems (EUE) • Health Lab Amsterdam• mHealth • CASALA Living Lab (Centre for• Empathic Products Affective Solutions for Ambient• Triage solution for Finnish Military (Nato Living Awareness) and Great –standard) Northern Haven • Senior Lab (Citilab, Barcelona)
    24. 24. THANK YOU ! URL: www.openlivinglabs.eu ENoLL Office: info@enoll.org Anna Kivilehto & Ana Garcia20/09/21 20/09//2012
    25. 25. Living Labs, Smart Cities & Future Internet Smart cities:policies, application pull, public data, citizens initiatives [ Citizens ] Living lab: User-driven playground for co- creating Future Internet testbeds as and validating innovative technology platforms scenarios and services20/09/21 20/09//2012
    26. 26. Helsinki Livinglabs (Forim Virium, Laurea LivingLabs, Aalto)CASE HELSINKI & ESPOO Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    27. 27. Smart Participation – Lead Pilot in Helsinki When you spot an issue; fallen street sign Do: 1. Report the issue via: a. Sanoma Publishers’ web portal Omakaupunki.fi b. SMS c. E-mail  Direct issue reporting to the right department within the city Don’t spend time looking through the Citys official portal to find the official form for reporting such an issue.
    28. 28. A Nordic Story ofUrban Innovation, Growth and Excellence, Espoo (1) Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    29. 29. We Cannot Reach the Target by Incremental Small Steps Espoo (2) Today: Separate Inventing the future: Working and learning togetherprojects and silos Fruits of global pioneering Gardening to enable uniqueness to the use of all The upside-down tree metaphor originates 1992 by Leif Edvinsson We need to create “Joint Regional Innovation Ecosystems”The picture is based on the results of the Aalto Camp forTH Lecce 14.3.2013 Societal Innovation 2011: Markku Markkula
    30. 30. Conditions for Innovation, Espoo (3)• Located in an economically thriving region• Proactive and effective policies for sustainable urban transformation; supportive government macro-economic, innovation and financing policies• Strong scientific, technical and industrial base• Corporate culture oriented towards international competitiveness based on technological advantage• Triple helix model as a driver of innovation• Leveraging ICT and technology to create sustainable, green cities• “model -- the connections between academy, industry and government -- and their role in driving innovation” Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    31. 31. From the Triple Helix Model to Regional Innovation Ecosystems Multinational /Global Innovation Environment National Innovation Environment Companies R&D talent Platforms Experts Piloting Know-how Academia Public sector Resources MARKET PULLUser-driven Co-creation “From Triple Helix TH RIE”, Jukka Viitanen, Hubconcepts Ltd Lecce 14.3.2013 to
    32. 32. Shared Value (& New capitalism) M.E.Porter & M.R:Kramer• “The concept of shared value can be defined as policies and operating practices that enhance the competitiveness of a company while simultaneously advancing the economic and social conditions in the communities in which it operates” – businesses approaching societal issues from a value perspective – governements and NGOs thinking more in value terms Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    33. 33. Regional Innovation Ecosystem Openness in Enterprises Ideas processes People, Orchestrated users ownershipStudents Local/Regional flavor The cooking pot (Living Labs) THE FIRE: Public – Private – Civic partnership Creative commons Precommercial Public Procurement Based on Bror Salmelin EU Commission DG Infso Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    34. 34. Physical, virtual and social environments (Espoo)Helsinki Smart City Showcasehttp://vimeo.com/16424693 Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    35. 35. A Safe City to Live In Espoo (4)Domestic Burglary / 100,000 Residents (2008) Car Thefts / 100,000 Residents (2008) *According to Eurostat’s available Urban Audit-data of 200 cities. Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    36. 36. A Financially Vital City, Espoo (5) Espoo FinlandAverage income per employee 2009 44,566 € 34,088 €Average unemployment rate 2011 5.5 % 9.1 %Municipal tax income per capita 2010 4,774 € 3,414 €Municipal loans per capita 12/2010 867 € 1,957 €Source: Statistics Finland, Ministry of Employment and the Economy. Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    37. 37. A High-Tech Economy, Espoo (6)• Northern Europe’s largest high-tech hub in Otaniemi• Over 20 % of jobs in ICT• Biggest employers are the municipality, Nokia, Tieto, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Aalto University• More than 50 % of turnover at Helsinki Stock Exchange (2011)• About 400 global companies and headquarters, including Nokia, Kone and Rovio Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    38. 38. A Nest for Ideas and Start-Ups Espoo (7) http://www.oecd.org/edu/imhe/QT%20policies%20and%20practices.pdf http://www.laurea.fi/fi/tutkimus_ja_kehitys/julkaisut/Erilliset_julkaisut/Docum Lecce 14.3.2013 TH ents/LbD_Guide_04102011_ENG_lowres.pdf
    39. 39. What is SDK?SDK = Service Development Kit
    40. 40. 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 Personal Travel Personal Tour FixMyStreet Assistant Guide Unified Open City Interfaces through Pilots as CitySDK components Cities’ prior platforms, services, interfaces, open data
    41. 41. Smart Participation• Bringing the Citys issue reporting and feedback channels closer to the residents• Providing cities with more accurate feedback and avoiding unnecessary feedback• Making development of issue reporting and feedback channels easier• Inspired by Open311 and FixMyStreet
    42. 42. Smart Participation – Lead Pilot in Helsinki When you spot an issue; fallen street sign Do: 1. Report the issue via: a. Sanoma Publishers’ web portal Omakaupunki.fi b. SMS c. E-mail  Direct issue reporting to the right department within the city Don’t spend time looking through the Citys official portal to find the official form for reporting such an issue.
    43. 43. Helsinki “Towards a smart city cluster build upon user empowered innovation” The municipalities use LLs for Universities, City owned economic development and development agencies societal activation in energy (Forum Virium Helsinki), issues, or sevice provision in companies and SMEs have health care of the elderly, established Living Labs. preventive care, or urban living. Companies as Nokia use LLs Cross-municipal as user-centered hubs for collaboration in setting up an ideation and product innovation platform around development and national open data aiming at smart research institutions use services for citizens Living Labs as platforms for innovation. Helsinki city and Helsinki region. Model Provide platforms for of a Smart City: organizing competitions forinnovation that are open to development of new innovation applications to all municipal and regional parties with an interest in technologies within a encourage the development multi-leveled of new mobile applications developing new products utilizing Open Data and services infrastructure and towards the creation of new business sectors. * inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: http://www.fireball4smartcities.eu
    44. 44. Helsinki (2)“All the smart city activities in Helsinki boil down to communityengagement, enabling the dialogue between the city, citizens andcompanies“- CitySDK- Helsinki Region Infoshare: www.hri.fi/en/ - Aims to make regional information quickly and easily accessible to all. The data may be used by citizens, businesses, universities, academies, research facilities or municipal administration. - The data on offer is ready to be used freely at no cost. - At the moment at www.hri.fi there are almost 900 data catalogues opened so far. - The project was started in 2009 initiated by Forum Virium, City of Helsinki Urban Facts and cities of Helsinki, Vantaa, Espoo and Kauniainen. In 2014 the ownership and maintaining of the HRI will be transfered from Forum Virium and Urban Facts to the municipalities themselves.* Inputs from Forum Virium Helsinki
    45. 45. Helsinki (3)* Inputs from Forum Virium Helsinki
    46. 46. Helsinki (4)- Apps4Finland: http://apps4finland.fi/en/ - Apps4Finland contest is organized for the 3rd time this year, with ever increasing amount of competing apps, visualizations, ideas and data openings. - Also other organizations in Helsinki have found the "virtues" of app contest, as Helsinki Region Transport Authority and Sanoma Publishing organizations have also been arranging specific App contests.* Inputs from Forum Virium Helsinki
    47. 47. Helsinki (5)- Helsinki Region Transport Authority: - HRT opened its all interfaces on 2009 and today they have approximately 70 different applications and widgets developed by its developer community members. - At the same time when opening the APIs HRT opened its own web-based Journey Planner which is currently one of the most popular web applications in Finland. - All other service development it left to the developer community, resulting in very heterogeneous variety of applications serving with highly specified apps also the very narrow niche markets. - One good example app is the Mobitransit (real-time tracking of trams and buses in Helsinki) application which is developed by a developer from Valencia, who has never visited Helsinki, but was able to access the HRT API through web.* Inputs from Forum Virium Helsinki
    48. 48. Some findings from FIREBALL (www.fireball4smartcities.eu)“How European cities are currently developing strategies towardsbecoming smarter cities and the lessons we can draw for the future. Thesestrategies are also based on a new understanding of innovation, groundedin the concept of Open innovation ecosystems, global innovation chains andon citizen’s empowerment for shaping innovation and urban development.These new ways of innovation are characterised 1) high level of citizeninvolvement in co-creating internet-based applications and services and 2)emergence of new forms of collaboration (e.g. PPPs)”*“Open innovation and citizen’s engagement aim to bridge the gap betweenthe R&D of ICT and actually experimenting and using Internet-basedapplications in cities. These applications and services are intended to bringsocietal and economic benefits in areas such as healthcare, independentliving, enterprising and SMEs, participative government, energy efficiency,environment and quality of life.”**All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: http://www.fireball4smartcities.eu/ Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    49. 49. Some findings from FIREBALL (2)“Smart cities need to develop strategies and migration paths regardinghow they will make use of available internet infrastructures, testbedfacilities, applications and know-how, and how they will develop PPP fortheir access, use and exploitation. A particular point of attention is howthose assets can be made openly accessible for both users and developersin order to stimulate experimentation and innovation in becoming part ofthe innovation ecosystem of cities.”“Three important gaps are outlined, which cities have to overcome namely:1. Digital skills gap: that concerns to the ability of citizens and companies to master web-technologies and offer solutions over the net2. The creativity gap: that separates web technologies and applications3. The entrepreneurship gap: that takes place between digital applications and innovative services”*All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: http://www.fireball4smartcities.eu Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    50. 50. Some findings from FIREBALL (3)“Recommendation in the paper: cities have to explore various businessmodels and identify the ones suitable for each type of service. Living Labmethodologies, social experiments, crowdsourcing, and open city platformsfor creating and promoting applications and services may offer goodsolutions to this end and mobilize creative skills of the entire population ofthe city.”“Cities provide many opportunities of attractive exploration andvalidation environments. There is still a gap between Future Internetresearch and citizens’ expectations.”*All inputs come from the FIREBALL whitepaper: http://www.fireball4smartcities.eu Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    51. 51. LOOKING FORWARD, THOUGHTS ONTHE FUTURE OF INNOVATIVE CITIESLIKE ESPOO AND HELSINKITransformation process and the future ofinnovative city• Physical, virtual and social environments• Grand challenges => shared value creation: • Future challenges of healthcare and wellbeing • Sustainable mobility & transportation• Suitable Infrastructure & Contributing together Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    52. 52. Lessons and Areas for Future Development• Development of smart/innovative cities is the result of favorable macro and metropolitan level policies• Urban transformation need not take generations• Innovative cities - Are Human driven - Make most of STI and DUI enriching each others - Rely on shared vision and shared leadership - Create shared value and needed culture – modernized “Talkoot” or “UBUNTU” Lecce 14.3.2013 TH
    53. 53. ENoLL in short (2/2)• ENoLL association is lead by ENoLL effective and associated members (General Assembly) with elected Council• ENoLL office in Brussels facilitating knowledge exchange, joint action and project partnerships between its members: • Network events to exchange information and best practice • Disseminates information on EU funding and project opportunities, supports to build project consortia and develop joint projects • Influences EU policies and engages in debate with EU institutions (consultations, workshops etc)• ENoLL is also partner to key few EU-funded projects of strategic importance and benefit to the whole network• Cooperation agreements with World Bank, EBN (Incubators Network), FAO, UNITED, LLiSA20/09/21 20/09//2012
    54. 54. ENoLL 2012 onwards• ENoLL next phase: – From User centric open innovation as a methodology to a (eco)system thinking – Cities and regions as open Living Labs i.e Barcelona as a Lab (European contribution to the global innovation system) e.g smart cities, RISs, smart specialisation etc – National and regional networks of Living Labs growing (Finland, UK, France etc) – Collaboration with World Bank, and further on with telecenters network, technology parks (IASP)(Artur Serra, ENoLL Council member)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    55. 55. ENoLL Effective members• IBBT-iLab.o (BE)• Flemish Living Lab Platform (BE)• JF Oceans (BE)• Northern Rural-Urban Living Lab (FI)• Laurea Living Labs Network (FI)• HumanTech LivingLab (FI)• Suuntaamo Tampere Central Region Living Lab (FI)• Helsinki Living Lab - Forum Virium Helsinki (FI)• Ways Of Learning for the Future (FR)• Telecommunication Networks Integrated Services Laboratory (EL)• Trentino as a Lab (IT)• Amsterdam Living Lab (NL)• Lighting Living Lab (PT)• i2Cat- Catalonia Digital Lab (ES)• espaitec Living Lab (ES)• Malaga Living Lab (ES)• Bird Living Lab (ES)• Consorcio Fernando de los Rios Living Lab (ES)• Botnia Living Lab (SE)• Manchester Living Lab (UK)• Kwest Research (UK)• City Lab Coventry (UK)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    56. 56. ENoLL Associated members• The European Society of Concurrent Enterprising Network (IT)• Aalto University School of Economics (FI)• ESADE (ES)• Finnish Living Lab Network of Universities of Applied Sciences, Haaga-Helia (FI)• Poznan Super Computing Center (PL)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    57. 57. Apollon – Cross-border Cross-border Living Lab networks (3/3)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    58. 58. ENoLL in EU-funded initiativesEPIC Fusepool refines and enriches raw data usingEuropean Platform for Intelligent Cities combining common standards and provides tools for analyzinginnovation ecosystem processes and new cloud and visualizing data so that end users and othercomputing technologies software receive timely, context-aware and relevant information. InnoMatNet funded under the NMP theme of the FP7, has the overall goal of promoting collaboration, knowledge transfer, and the creation of new alliancesSmartIP is taking the experience developed through between materials researchers, designers in industry, andexisting user-driven, open innovation initiatives, others involved in innovation.particularly those developed in Living Labs and toapply this experience to the challenge of CitySDK project is being developed to transfer Smart CENTRALAB aim is totransforming public services by empowering ‘smart City applications from city to city using an open transform Central Europe intoCitizens. source service developer toolkit to help make it a broad-reaching laboratory easier for developers to create new and innovative for innovation, including the applications. social and organisational as well as technological CONCORD is the facilitation and Support action for the EU-funded dimensions by using a Living Future Internet Public-Private Partnerships (FI PPP) programme. lab approach. CONCORD supports the European Commission in implementing a New projects coherent FI PPP programme in a way that makes it more than the sum of its 10 constituent projects MyNeighborhood, C-Space Peripheria is deploying convergent FI Platforms and services for the and Specifi…(2013) promotion of sustainable lifestyles, developing the Living Lab premise of shifting technology R&D out of the laboratory and into the real world in a systematic blend of technological with social innovation. Integrating Design for All in Living Labs, or IDeALL, project, which is financed by DG Enterprise of the EC aims to bring together the Living Lab community with the design community through Design for All. By doing so, its objective is to compile and develop methodologies which enable small and medium enterprises to understand more about the needs and expectations of clients and users. For more information contact Ana Garcia, ENoLL Office ana.garcia@enoll.org
    59. 59. From Apollon to ENoLL- Living Labs as brokers and matchmakers (1/2)• Apollon (CIP ICT PSP funded project, ended in May 2012) aimed to valuate the added value for SME’s to use networks of living labs to test and enter new markets cross-border• Validate the added value of a domain specific living lab network in: – Homecare & independent living services – Energy efficiency – eManufacturing – eParticipation• Main challenges for : – Local level : ecosystem building & open-innovation culture – Cross-border level: ecosystem mapping• Living Labs as facilitators and brokers to address key issues and critical elements – Activate the right local stakeholders – Provide direct access to end-users to test and to co-create abroad – Provide insights in the specific domain context (regulations, infrastructure, value networks)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    60. 60. Find out more…• www.openlivinglabs.eu• Follow us on Twitter @openlivinglabs and on facebook• www.fireball.eu• http://smartcitiesnetwork.eu/ (beta)• www.apollon-pilot.eu • Cross-border pilots on: Homecare & independent living service, Energy efficiency, eManufacturing & eParticipation• www.fi-ppp.eu• http://ec.europa.eu/information_society/activities/livinglabs• Technology Innovation Management Review (Sep 2012)20/09/21 20/09//2012
    61. 61. EIP AHA European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing • ENoLL published a commitment to EIP AHA Action Group C2: Interoperable independent Living Solutions • Active in the Interoperability sub-group in the area of application interoperability and supporting the socio-economic evidence and implementation subgroups (mainly in the WPs related to User Empowerment and involvement) • ENoLL Commitment is built on following: • Coordination of a pan-European community of Living Labs in the domain of Health and AAL that will contribute to the availability of interoperable independent living solutions with special focus on application, organizational and service interoperability, and that will support cross-border development and testing of solutions, considering contextual factors, business models and strong involvement of user communities • Predecessor of this commitment is the APOLLON project, carried out by many ENoLL members, and that has taken an important role in networking and harmonising Living Lab approaches throughout Europe • Results from the APOLLON project have been officially transferred to ENoLL for open exploitation towards the wider community of Living Labs, including the Health and Independent Living Thematic Network • ENoLL is also involved in the FI-PPP as a partner in the CONCORD project supporting one of the main FI-PPP pillars: the user driven approach20/09/21
    62. 62. EIP AHA ENoLL Planned Activities • Based on the concept of community and consensus building and, exchange of knowledge and experiences, ENoLL carries out projects and relies on its members while collecting and bringing together knowledge from multiple projects and actions carried out a local, regional and European level in the AHA domain. • As part of its networking activities, ENoLL plans for organising AHA workshops and networking activities in order to: • Gather input from many projects about the current usage of standards, challenges and success stories in the implementation of interoperable solutions and applications for Independent Living • Promote the usage in current and future projects of interoperable AHA solutions aligned with EIP-AHA plan and actions. • Forster partnerships among the ENoLL members and between them and the FI-PPP and AALOA community as a platform to design and implement these solutions and applications involving many SMEs and many users all over Europe to gather evidence about return of investment20/09/21
    63. 63. THANK YOU ! URL: www.openlivinglabs.eu ENoLL Office: info@enoll.org20/09/21 20/09//2012

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