HORIZON 2020, ICT enabling Open innovation Projects,Vilnius

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HORIZON 2020, ICT enabling Open innovation Projects,Vilnius

  1. 1. Open Innovation – Revitalizing governments <HORIZON2020> Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor @KatalinG
  2. 2. City as an interface
  3. 3. Tech gap ? City Citizens • Local governance is decentralized, ‘silo’ culture. Incredibly tough to introduce crosssectoring theme’s • Challenged by budget cuts. • Generally risk-averse. • 24 hours connected, action-minded • Craving for immediate feed-back from city. • Cities are less adoptive with new Connected tech 24 hours • They do care about the living, reshaping the city
  4. 4. Citizens & their city….. An encounter between digital urbanist and an overcautious dinosaur
  5. 5. Open Innovation Ecosystem Beyond City Governance ICT tools, Funding, community Innovation Intermediaries
  6. 6. Complementary Actors of Open Innovation Ecosystem • • • • City (data provider) Innovation Agency (Waag) Developers, start up accelerators, hackathons Fueling projects : ODE, CitySDK, Open Cities, Code4EU
  7. 7. Open Innovation Fuel projects
  8. 8. 1. EU Project: Code for Europe
  9. 9. 1. EU Project: Civic Apps
  10. 10. 2. EU project: Open Cities
  11. 11. 3. EU Project: City SDK (service development toolkit)
  12. 12. 3. EU Project: City SDK (service development toolkit)
  13. 13. 3. EU Project: City SDK (service development toolkit)
  14. 14. 3. EU Project: City SDK (service development toolkit)
  15. 15. Tourism pilot Amsterdam ● ● ● ● ● Amsterdam API is up and running http://citysdk.dmci.hva.nl/map Amsterdam Points of Interest are added Amsterdam events are added in the system Fully compatible with other WP5 API’s
  16. 16. Visualization
  17. 17. Dynamic data ● We created a sensor system that can measure queue length ● Collaboration with Van Gogh museum ○ In future available for stakeholders
  18. 18. Application ● Show queue ● Go to POI/ Events ● Create your own route
  19. 19. Open Innovation Evolution in Amsterdam • An established Civic Innovator, hacker network (2.600 members) • OPEN DATA release & business incubation • 300 datasets open in 2013 • 2010 – 0 eur budget • 2013 – 1,5 M EUR budget • Amsterdam local crowdsourcing portal • Rich network of EU cities, SME’s, innovation agencies that help local lobby • 6 crowdsourced city challenges, 3 ICT fellows, a robust ICT back end architecture from citySDK
  20. 20. Best Practice Open Data https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/api -110.000 high resolution photo’s of the collection • 30 apps have been launched (face recognition by portrays) • High educational impact • Positive PR for the museum • Reach of new younger target group
  21. 21. Why should gov bother with open data? • Governments are responsible for Open Data (big data owner, public service provider, purchaser)-> communal, global issue • Helps growth of entrepreneurship, transparency for citizens, cutting edge city services can be developed
  22. 22. Economic relevance op Open Innovation • Transparency, participatory budgeting • Start Up business Acceleration. • Working towards a Civic Apps Store/ Marketplace (Europe Commons). • Ecosystem of cities, app developers, innovation agencies strong USP for investors.
  23. 23. The Future
  24. 24. Thank you! Katalin Gallyas gallyas@ez.amsterdam.nl @katalinG

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