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  • The presentation and panel will open the discussion about social and societal innovation in the AAL framework.
  • Apart from Technological, Medical, Pharmaceutical and Business Model Innovations, the Active and Healthy Ageing calls for life maintaining behavioural patterns at individual level. For good and healthy life, behavioural transformation is often needed.
  • Transformation of one’s behaviour (to stop smoking, eat less, do more physical exercise) is however hard and calls for social innovation which has the capacity to support us to design and maintain active and healthy habits on daily bases. What is more, social innovation relying on emotions and sense organs will boost learning and behavioural transformation. Research has shown how e.g. music, art and physical exercise effect positively on the memory of people who suffer from dementia.
  • AAL funded Express to Connect (E2C) used creative methods first to explore what loneliness is about and then to co-design with seniors an internet based game to turn the loneliness into an opportunity to express themselves. That is an example of what the Digital Agenda can do in practice for the Active and Healthy Aging
  • Conventionally, in Finland, social innovation has had a strong tradition (100 Hundred Social Innovation from Finland). It has been used for community building (the Finnish Talkoot). Social innovation (maternity clinics) has degreased child mortality. Social innovation (like the Pyörre to renew the X-Ray and Laboratory Services) has been used to facilitate the transformation from an old health care service system to a new one.
  • Social innovation (like the Pyörre to renew the X-Ray and Laboratory Services) has been used to facilitate the transformation from an old health care service system to a new one.
  • Social innovation forerunners can be found among the LivingLabs movement. SeniorLab (Cornella), FinalSpurt (Helsinki) and CaringTv (Espoo) are examples of multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder environments, where innovation, value creation and service co-design is driven by senior citizens. They all empower seniors and other stakeholders by co-creating shared value. In the background, they are supported and promoted by the European Network of LivingLabs (ENoLL), which fosters open, user driven health innovation all over the world.
  • However, in order to enhance the businesses and societal transformation, we need even more. In order to implement the Europe 2020, we need to scale up the LivingLabs ecosystems from micro level product development and social innovation to the regional, national and international levels. That is, we need societal innovation to make the ecosystems to resonate. It will help us to develop the European Single Market, and it will generate new businesses and jobs.
  • Even better, the community level social innovations will get a change to travel from country to country, and hence, affect the quality of life of millions of people. That is what happened with the Nordic Walking when taken to Japan (Sendai-Finland Wellbeing Centre), or the Japanese Clinical Art was transformed into encounter art in Finland (Tiina Pusa and Hannele Niiniö), when the Taiwanese students took their Biking LivingLab to Tibet, Indonesia and Nepal (), or when another student started the first RLabs to empower the local community in Cape Town with social media skills for community based social care, and the movement then took over to many other countries (RLabs).
  • http://www.rlabs.org/
  • 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!
  • Fostering the convergence of the Future Internet and Social Innovation through Living Labs (FI, Living Labs and Social Innovation)Actively working with AAL and Social Innovation (Thematic Domains)
  • Social Innovation and LivingLabs ecosystems

    1. 1. Social Innovation in Active and Healthy Ageing Give the “Butterfly Effect” a Chance !<br />Director Tuija Hirvikoski, PhDLaurea University of Applied Sciences<br />ENoLL Council Vice-Chair<br />Sendai-Finland Wellbeing Centre, RDI Unit steering croup member<br />Committee of the Regions, Rapporteur Markku Markkula’s expert<br />AAL, E5, Sep 2011<br />
    2. 2. “Facing some problem, <br />people are part of the solution”|<br />“technology doesn’t solve problems, <br />people do” | <br />emotions facilitate learning and innovation” |<br />“Attitude! Proud Age!”<br />“Holistic approach and <br />systemic nature of innovation” <br />
    3. 3. For Good and Healthy Life<br />
    4. 4. Human Aspect of Innovation<br />to stop smoking, eat less, do more physical exercise is however hard ... social innovation may support us to design and maintain active and healthy habits on daily bases.. whilst technology assists <br />emotions and senses boost learning and behavioural transformation. ... e.g. music, art and physical exercise effect positively on the memory of people who suffer from dementia.<br />
    5. 5. 5<br />Express to Connect (E2C) <br />creative use of methods<br />to explore what loneliness is about and to co-design with seniors an internet based game to turn the loneliness into an opportunity to express themselves<br />http://express2connect.org/<br />
    6. 6. Where can You Find Social Innovation?100 Social Innovation from Finland, ed. IlkkaTaipale<br />the North Karelia Project<br />maternity clinics<br />health care centres<br />school meals <br />libraries<br />literacy (OECD Pisa)<br />text message (sms)<br />Linux<br />social mixing in urban planning<br />... societal innovation<br />6<br />
    7. 7. Social innovation has been used to facilitate the transformation from an old health care service system to a new one <br />in Pyörre a community of hospital professionals, users, politicians, students and companies co-designs a new regional the X-Ray and Laboratory Service system<br />
    8. 8. Where to Find Social Innovation Communities?<br />SeniorLab (Cornella), FinalSpurt (Helsinki) and CaringTv (Espoo) are examples of multidisciplinary and multi-stakeholder environments, where innovation, value creation and service co-design is driven by senior citizens. They all empower seniors and other stakeholders by co-creating shared value.<br />
    9. 9. 9<br />SeniorLab is a Social InnovationwithElderlybyCitilabCornellá > Social Transformation<br />Industrial agesenior<br />identity<br />Knowledgeagesenioridentity<br />Senior as:<br /><ul><li>owner of useful social knowledge
    10. 10. autonomous
    11. 11. valuable
    12. 12. physically decline, butitelectuallyvaluable
    13. 13. creation of new ideas and solutions</li></ul>Senior as:<br /><ul><li>cost
    14. 14. dependent
    15. 15. unproductive
    16. 16. sick
    17. 17. symbol of thepast
    18. 18. Social value
    19. 19. Meaning
    20. 20. Relationships</li></li></ul><li>CaringTV®<br />Exercise<br />CLIENT<br />AT HOME<br />Activity programmes<br />Quiz<br />Refreshment of memory<br />CaringTV connection<br />Interactive<br />programme<br />Factual content<br />Information<br />Factual programmes<br />Education<br />eAteneum<br />eArt<br />eLibrary<br />eBook Tips<br />Club programmes<br />eParish<br />ePrayer<br />eSinging<br />eMusic<br />eWelfare<br />services<br />eDoctor<br />Blood pressure,<br />weight,<br />well-being scale<br />Clinic Monitor<br />Paula Lehto<br />http://www.caringtv.fi/front_page.html<br />eNurse<br />ePhysiotherapist<br />eSenior Advice<br />eDeacon(ess)<br />Open conversation<br />Topical issues<br />Peer discussions<br />Saturday coffee session<br />eContact<br />Information<br />Family connection<br />News, health, etc.<br />Contact with loved ones<br />
    21. 21. CaringTV‎®‎ Wellbeing, health care and good life!<br />CaringTV is a service-oriented concept, which is based upon customer friendly and interactive programs and e-services. These programs support customer welfare through the aid of an interactive video connection. In addition, CaringTV offers the possibility for experts, families and peer supports to join the CaringTV customers life very easily. The aim is to support CaringTV customer's independent coping and living at home.<br />CaringTV is an innovation, which maintains or improves the health and well being of its customers and their families. The e-services and programs, provided through an interactive connection, are cost efficient.<br />11<br />http://www.caringtv.fi/front_page.html<br />
    22. 22. Societal Innovation Scaling Up the LL Ecosystems<br />In order to enhance the businesses and societal transformation, we need even more. <br />In order to implement the Europe 2020, we need to scale up the LivingLabs ecosystems from micro level product development and social innovation to the regional, national and international levels.<br />We need societal innovation to make the ecosystems to resonate. It will help us to develop the European Single Market, and it will generate new businesses and jobs. <br />
    23. 23. Community Level Social Innovation Will Get a Change to Travel from Country to Country<br />and to affect the quality of life of millions of people<br />Nordic Walking in Japan (Sendai-Finland Wellbeing Centre), <br />Japanese Clinical Art in Finland become Encounter Art (Tiina Pusa and Hannele Niiniö), <br />Caring TV in Japan (Carmen Stahl)<br />Taiwanese students took their Biking LivingLab to Tibet, Indonesia and Nepal () to facilitate the life of minorities - More than Biking<br />another student, Marlon Parker, started the first RLabs to empower the local community in Cape Town with social media skills for community based social care, and the movement then took over to many other countries (RLabs).<br />
    24. 24. Encounter Art - Clinical Art <br />Impact research by Masatake Uno <br />Japan Clinical Art Association: Kiyoko Nishida - Nurturing the Minds and the Brain <br />Encountering: Tiina Pusa and Hannele Niiniö: Laurea <br />Tohoku Fukushi University<br />14<br />
    25. 25. CaringTV® value creation for elderly people in Sendai, Japan, Carmen Stahl<br />Subjects of value for the elderly participants are: physical and mental health, social well-being, independence, accessible environment, activities and financial stability. <br />Challenges in life are: physical and mental health restrictions, lack of social connections, limited independence, access difficulties, lack of activities, financial difficulties and challenges when dealing with technical devices.<br />Three types of value opportunity attributes define the possible value features of CaringTV in Sendai: <br />basic conceptual attributes (e.g. interactivity),<br />device-related attributes (e.g. high image resolution) and <br />attributes with personal impact on the elderly user (e.g. social participation). <br />Five types of enabler categories describe features which enable the value: <br />the elderly CaringTV users themselves (e.g. elderly who live alone), <br />professional contact partners (e.g. care managers), <br />other contact partners (e.g. family members)<br />interaction content (e.g. services to support mental health) and <br />organizational features (e.g. university as CaringTV provider)<br />
    26. 26. More than Biking – Virtual LivingLab an Interface for Bikers, Product Development, Local History and People<br />16<br />“connect different kind of bikers by increasing their riding motivation, sense of achievement, after-riding pleasure, and most important of all, the connection with biking friends”<br />Chong-Wey Lin PhD | National Chiao Tung University Taiwan http://www.atlaspost.com/bikehttp://www.facebook.com/.chongweylin | <br />
    27. 27. RLabs Cape Town <br /> To bring Social Change through the use of innovative ICT solutions<br />To impact, empower and reconstruct local and global communities through innovation<br />Description Our goal quite simply is to find innovative ways to bring about positive social change in communities<br /> RLabs is a global movement that provides innovative solutions to address various complex problems. It creates an environment where people are empowered to make a difference in the lives of others.- it is a movement by people for people- it is a movement of HOPE- it is a movement of CHANGE- it is a movement of OPPORTUNITY- it is a movement of LEARNING- it is a movement of INNOVATION- it is a Social Revolution<br />An interaction space for collaborative design, creation, dissemination and application of knowledge- To develop and empower champions in communities through innovation- To give hope and make a difference- To be leaders in innovation continuously adding value <br />/<br />17<br />http://www.rlabs.org<br />
    28. 28. From Gangster to Twitter, Clinton Liederman's story<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lbmmyRReBp0<br />South Africa's Cape Town is one of the world's most violent places. The area of Athlone on the Cape Flats is dominated by the so-called "American Gang," whose ruthless members dominate the drugs trade working with international drug cartels in South Africa. Out of this crime ridden world a social media revolution is taking place in which former gang leaders have banded together to use social media to help their community. Its called RLabs.org and this is the story of one of its members, Clinton Liederman (@Clinton316), a drug addicted gangster for nine years and now a social media entrepreneur with nearly 1,000 Twitter followers.<br />18<br />
    29. 29. Laurea Medical and CareSimulation Centre<br />http://www.nordicsimulators.fi/angliaruskin.zip<br />
    30. 30. Self-renewal Multi-stakeholder Ecosystem of LLs Driven by Users<br />what is needed?<br />Citizens and<br />users<br />Enablers<br />Public sector<br />MNS, <br />SMES<br />multilevel governance <br />third sector<br />cross-sector<br />co-operation<br />what is possible?<br />for social and societal innovation<br />
    31. 31. Laurea Learning by Developing Model + LivingLabs as a Social Innovation<br /><ul><li>learning to innovate
    32. 32. creative and persistent entrepreneurial behaviour
    33. 33. support for growth towards ones own fullest potential
    34. 34. professional knowledge and skills, innovation related values, attitudes, mindsets
    35. 35. holistic view: innovation and development in context
    36. 36. multi-level (local – global) networks
    37. 37. business models, spin-offs
    38. 38. structural transformation</li></ul> growth companies new jobs<br />industrial transformation<br />societal transformation<br />www.laurea.fi<br />
    39. 39. The European Network of Living Labs(full presentation http://www.slideshare.net/anagrobles/some-enoll-slides-for-aal-forum)<br />Living Labs have been characterised by the European Commission as Public-Private-People Partnerships (PPPP) for user-driven open innovation<br />The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) is the international federation of benchmarked Living Labs<br />Founded in 2006 in the auspices of the Finnish EU Presidency<br />5 Waves of Membership applications have been launched, resulting in 274 accepted Living Labs (6th Wave in Poznan)<br />International non-profit organization (ENoLLaisbl) under the Belgian Law established on April 2010<br />ENoLL Office in Brussels in the heart of Europe, at the VUB University Campus employing 2 staff members (ENoLL Services)<br />
    40. 40. The European Network of Living Labs <br />23<br />ENoLLafter 5th wave<br />
    41. 41. ENoLL Organization<br />29th of August 2011 Second Living Labs Summer School 2011 Citilab Cornellà<br />24<br />Pieter Ballon<br />Secretariat<br />ENoLL Office: Anna Kivilehto, Ana Garcia<br />(Membership Administration)<br />ENoLL Council<br />21 Members<br />Mikael Börjeson<br />Treasurer<br />Deputy: Esa Ala-Uotila<br />(Membership Operations)<br />TuijaHirvikoski<br />Vice-President<br />Thematic Domains<br />Jarmo Eskelinen<br />Vice-President<br />Deputy: Dave Carter<br />Communication, <br />Cities Network<br />Álvaro de Oliveira<br />President<br />Work Groups. EU Presidencies. National Networks<br />ENoLL Strategy and Operation Work Group<br />Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira<br />Deputy: Jesse Marsh<br />Thematic Domain Living Labs Work Group<br />Coordination: TujiaHirvikoski<br />Deputy: Roberto Santoro<br /><ul><li>Energy Efficiency
    42. 42. Health and AAL. Well Being
    43. 43. Smart Cities.
    44. 44. Creative and Interactive Media.
    45. 45. e-Government. e-Participation
    46. 46. Social Innovation. Social Inclusion
    47. 47. Thematic Tourism
    48. 48. Regional, territorial and rural development of Smart Regions
    49. 49. Sustainable Mobility
    50. 50. Smart Manufacturing. Smart Logistics.
    51. 51. Security</li></ul>ENoLL Policy Work Group<br />Coordination: Seija Kulkki<br />Foreign Affairs ENoLL Work Group<br />Coordination: Álvaro Oliveira<br />Deputy: JarmoEskelinen<br />Amsterdam – Africa <br />Helsinki – Asia <br />Lisbon - North and South America<br />Ljubljana - Central and Eastern Europe,Euro-Med <br />Future Internet, Living Labs and Social Innovation<br />Convergence Work Group <br />Coordination: Pieter Ballon<br />Deputy: Jo Pierson<br />
    52. 52. Some examples of ENoLL Living LabstacklingAgeingWell and AAL<br />25<br />SILAB (UK): Social Informatics lab (UK): Currently the Social and Business Informatics Group is a partner of an EU funded project – OLDES- (www.oldes.eu) which aims to offer new technological solutions to improve the quality of life of older people. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/sites/enoll.org/files/social-informatics-lab.pdf<br />FZI Living Lab Ambient Assisted Living (GE): is an open innovation network and living lab supporting research and evaluation activities for Ambient Assisted Living. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/fzi-living-lab-ambient-assisted-living<br />Ambient Assisted Living Environment (GE): The Ambient Assisted Living Environment at Fraunhofer IESE (InstitutExperimentelles Software Engineering) provides a close to real world environment, in which innovative AAL services and the underlying technical solutions can be conceived, further developed and evaluated http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/ambient-assisted-living-environment<br />Cyber Care Clinique Living Lab (Switzerland): The swiss Cyber Care Living Lab (CCLL) aims to offer a novel virtual -reality-based healthcare system for integrated clinical and in-home services. It offers a viable and sustainable approachto addressing the complex needs of caring for people not only while they are being treated in a hospital, but follow them to their homes as wel. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/node/132<br />
    53. 53. Some examples of ENoLL Living LabstacklingAgeingWell and AAL(2)<br />26<br />Bremen Ambient Assisted Living Lab (GE)BAALL is the central living lab for AAL-related research towards cognitive and physical user assistance at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI). http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/bremen-ambient-assisted-living-lab<br />LL ICT Usage Lab (FR): The ICT Usage Labs promotes multidisciplinary studies of ICT usage in innovation context and coordinates researchers coming from different domains - knowledge engineers, economists, computer scientists, psychologists, and sociologists. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/ll-ict-usage-lab<br />CIAmI - Exp Research Center in Applications and Services for Ambient Intelligence (Spain): The main objective of the Experimental Centre of Ambient Intelligence Services and Applications (CIAMI, from their Spanish acronym) is to become a national and international reference in research and development of the Ambient Intelligence (AmI) paradigm put into practice in the field of prevention, care and promotion of health and wellbeing of the citizens, support for the independent living (AAL paradigm) and social inclusion, and in general the application of AmI paradigm to all services oriented to the citizens at all levels of the value chain. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/ciami-exp-research-center-applications-and-services-ambient-intelligence<br />
    54. 54. Some examples of ENoLL Living LabstacklingAgeingWell and AAL (3)<br />27<br />iHomeLab Living Lab (Switzerland). The research strategy focuses on the three research areas of energy efficiency (EE), ambient assisted living (AAL) and human building interaction (HBI) under the roof of the meta- research topic “The Building as a System” of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/ihomelab-living-lab<br />CASALA Living Lab (Ireland). Population ageing is wrought with challenges, but it also offers many opportunities, the opportunity for older people to age in a place of their choosing as a major policy alternative to long-term care, the economic opportunities in delivering Smart Living for an Ageing Society. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/casala-living-lab<br />SOFTEC (sweden): SOFTEC is the Swedish Open Facility for Technology in Elderly Care. Its goal is to provide a shared facility where Swedish and European researchers can jointly study, develop and evaluate technological solutions aimed at increasing the independence and quality of life of elderly people http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/softec<br />
    55. 55. Some examples of ENoLL Living LabstacklingAgeingWell and AAL(4)<br />28<br />LivingLabSchwechat (Austria): User centric ICT developments under real life conditions – within the bounds of what is ethical! LivingLabSchwechat is part of Schwechat’s Information Society Initiative eSchwechat.at. It focusses on rehabilitation and Ambient Assisted Living technologies as well as on modern urban and regional planning technologies http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/livinglab-schwechat<br />Future Care Lab (GE): The Future Care Lab is an experimental space for studying users “life” at home and examining how they interact and communicate with invisible technology. It enables to explore how future homecare environments have to be designed such that they meet technical and medical requirements and at the same time satisfy fundamental user needs regarding data protection, dignity, and intimacy http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/future-care-lab<br />ISaLL - Intelligent Sensing and Smart Services Living Lab (Portugal): The Intelligent Sensing and Smart Services Living Lab (ISaLL) is motivated by our understanding that a Living Lab can provide an excellent platform for exchanging the best practices towards the user-driven open innovation of products and services in the metering and sensing domains of Energy and Health, and to establish relevant partnerships in this sector http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/isall-intelligent-sensing-and-smart-services-living-lab<br />
    56. 56. Some examples of ENoLL Living LabstacklingAgeingWell and AAL(5)<br />29<br />Erasme (France):  Erasme is a living lab, 100% public founded, run by a local authority Rhône Department. Our goal is to design innovative uses of digital technologies for public administrations with a focus on educational, cultural issues and also on ageing problems. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/erasme<br />Autonom’ISLimousin (France): Autonom’IS is a territorial, scientific and technical, and social innovative project which aims at developing solutions for compensating the loss of autonomy, based on a rationale of social inclusion and improvement of social care. http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/livinglab/autonom’-limousin<br />ScuolaSuperioreSant’Anna Living Lab (Italy):aims to implement a fully realistic and real experimental setup in urban and domestic environments and with different kinds of citizens: the elderly users, the service providers, the municipalities, and the caregivers<br />Laurea LivingLabs network (Finland): integrating educational programs and open user driven RDI is a social innovation and sustainable business model: results related to Agenda and Active and Healthy Agein: E2C (AAL), Caring TV<br />
    57. 57. ENoLLPublic Private Partnership with People <br />
    58. 58. Europe for Innovation<br /><ul><li>European RDI Policy in context
    59. 59. EU - 2% of GDP
    60. 60. US - 2, 8% of GDP
    61. 61. Japan - 3, 4% of GDP
    62. 62. European Global Competitiveness through Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    63. 63. Experimentation for Innovation Ecosystems and Partnerships</li></ul>31<br />
    64. 64. Need to extend theLiving Lab movement<br />ENoLLiswellpositioned to deliver on the promise of Innovation Union and Partnerships<br />Howeverits new RDI approachneedssoundertheoreticalbasis, increasedsolidity of method, and larger-scale experimentation.<br />Open, human-centric RDI engagingcitizens for major societalchallenges to promote open society development in Europe – and the world.<br />32<br />
    65. 65. European Network ofLivingLabs<br />Living Labs enable the co‐creation of user‐driven and human‐centric research, development and innovation of technologies, products and services focused on well-being of people<br />ENoLL contributes to the creation of a dynamic, multi-layer and multidimensional European Innovation ecosystem<br />ENoLL facilitates the cooperation and the exploitation of synergies between members and groups of members (thematic domains).<br />ENoLL aims at the Future Internet, Living Labs and Smart Cities convergence<br />ENoLL globalization fosters open international collaboration to solve the big challenges of our times, thus contributing to global well being , prosperity and stability<br />
    66. 66. Strategic Goals of the ENoLL PPP<br />European Innovation Ecosystems and Partnerships for Local and Global Entrepreneurship<br />Open Ecosystem-based RDI for Creation and Renewal of Market and Industries and Public Services<br />Promoting Regional Economic Growth and Job Creation based on Smart Specialisation<br />Promoting European Open Society Development<br />34<br />
    67. 67. ENoLL PPP Initiatives<br />Living Labsas Open Access Platforms for Large Scale pilotprojects with a focus on the social aspects of technologyapplications. Sustainable Smart Cities and Regions<br />Alliance with Local, Regional, National Authorities to integrate Living Lab innovation and sustainabilitypolicies<br />Cross-border and cross-thematiccollaborationaddressing the keychallenges and business opportunitiesat a global scale<br />Large-scale userbehaviourtransformationthrough social and societalinnovation<br />35<br />
    68. 68. ENoLL PPP Strands (1/2)<br />1. ResearchProjects and knowledgecreation<br />Social and societalinnovationmethodsand processes<br />ICT toolsand infrastructures to supportuser-driveninnovation<br />Large scale user/citizen/consumer behaviourtransformation<br />2. Talent and Job creation addressing education and learning systems<br />Distributed Mastersprogrammefocused on Living Labs<br />Summer Schools<br />Staff Exchanges<br />Studyvisits<br />SME InnovationSchools<br />Open InnovationEntrepreneurship<br />36<br />
    69. 69. ENoLL PPP Strands(2/2)<br />3. Large-scale Pilotsfocused on social and societalaspectsof technologies and service applications<br />Thematicdomains<br /> Smart cities and regions<br />New business models<br />4. Organizing the national, regional, and local structures (cofounding mechanisms enabling different instruments)<br /> ERDF Regional Funds<br /> National Fundingprogrammes<br /> International Agencies<br />5. International collaboration (inter continental partnerships) <br />37<br />
    70. 70. Terms of Reference<br />Transparent and open process (everyone can participate. Online consultation available on www.openlivinglabs.eu)<br />Concrete plans of actions<br />Alignement with EU policy agendas<br />Endorsement from the relevant EU institutions<br />Awareness raising and engagement events <br />38<br />
    71. 71. Thank you! <br />Tuija.Hirvikoski@laurea.fiAna.Garcia@enoll.eu<br />Children's International<br />Summer Village 2011<br />Everything that counts can not be counted<br />

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