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Group 3 Prototyped in Dublin

  1. 1. Start ups ou m services funding places events networks 3Using the city to test products and services Prototyped in Dublin:
  2. 2. How does Dublin become the global city of choice to prototype new products and services? 1 The Challenge:
  3. 3. Carles Agustí, Commissioner for Public Participation and Associations, said that “governments have to be aware of public demands for new models of governance in the coming months, the City Council wants to bring the experience of open government to Barcelona. This is basically defined by three factors: transparency, public participation and open data.” 2 The Case for partnership: – Barcelona
  4. 4. 3 Case Studies: San Jose, USA – Framed as “Partnership Projects” between the city and the Business/Organisation – Streamlined Process – Directed by Partnership Coordinator 1 Barcelona, Spain – Joint Innovation Centre–industry partnership with Microsoft for Barcelona as ICT test bed. – Launching Smart City solutions such as smart taxis – Directed by Commissioner for Public Participation & Associations 2 Phillipines – Science &Technology Master Plan since 1991 – National InnovationSystems, Policy Framework and Programs for the Phillippines – Directed by Under Secretary for S&T services 3
  5. 5. Advantage Dublin 1 Diverse urban environments to test bed 2 Compact city with large city sophistication 3 Headquarters for Multi nationals 4 Strong City Govern/Enterprise Development/ Culture 5 Good research and development culture 6 English speaking – Gateway to Europe 7 Young work force – between 15-29 (24% of pop.) 8 Friendly People – good social environment 9 Prototyping... 4
  6. 6. Existing Strengths: 4 Unique Existing Strengths Venues Agency Owned Properties Semi-Private Spaces People On-the-ground Expertise: City Staff Special Expertise; 3rd Level & Agency Infrastructure Open Data Public WFI Partnerships Creative Dublin Alliance (Academia- Business-Government) 5
  7. 7. Streamline/Leverage Dublin’s existing resources into a coherent resource of services, places, events, awards, living labs that support thriving prototyping ecosystem. Value Proposition 5 6
  8. 8. 7 3-Step Success System 1. Create a single funnel structure to: 2. Open Calls for Ideas Competitive dialogue to address City-Wide Challenges 3. Applications Enable fast prototyping Simplify application Single point of Contact for Resources & Networking City Council’s resources for Partnership Outreach Monthly idea clinics/ networking Prototyping requests/online physical
  9. 9. 8 Start ups ou m services funding places events networks Prototyping ecosystem DCC & Citizens DCC € venues experts industry production materials Prototype Dublin Office Fast Prototype needs testing facilities
  10. 10. 9 Information on the web Prototyping Phase Processing/ Validation 1 6 5 Form Submission Quarterly Clinic Open call 2 3 4 Dublin City Enterprise Board Mentoring We begin with: Showcases and Launches Prototyping Process Flow Prototype Evaluation 6
  11. 11. 9 Public Service Canvas mission Prototype Dublin Office Part of Innovation Dublin roles DCC-Enterprise Board as facilitator SME as Secretariat activites information coordination data gathering event support monitoring professional support resource allocation partners Universities think tanks industry labs professional associations goals Global Reputation Civic Brand Job Creation (20,000) Revenue clients Sectoral groups industry labs public bodies internationals channels prototyping website innovation awards prototyping festival pop-up labs/showcase design clinics innovation meet up public benefits Tax base increase part of start-up ecosystem multiplier effect 10
  12. 12. 11 Secure bicycle parking system to prevent theft and en- courage bicycle use Designed and developed in colaboration with DIT. Access to Innovation Voucher funding. Innovation funding from Fingal Enterprise Board. Secure an off-street bike parking to protect all bike parts and activiated by smart phone app for metering and user verification, small footprint. prototyping for real world validation 40 – 60k additional funding for further design iteration Persona Company: BIKESNUG Owner: Conor Quinn Experience: Business Journalist Status: pre-revenue Product: secure bicycle parking system Inspiration Company Details & Information Value Proposition Resource Needs Resource Needs
  13. 13. 12 Start ups ou m services funding places events networks Drivers Start ups Prototype Dublin Office DCC & Citizens
  14. 14. 13 Start ups ou m services funding places events networks Metrics DCC & Citizens Prototype Dublin Office applications open call for ideas services/information simplified process idea clinics
  15. 15. Our Team: Thank You! Tom Leahy Siobhan Maher Mark Bennett Simon Geraghty Frank Hughes Monica Contreras Conor Quinn Tom Stewart Amy West Teresa Dillion

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