www.laurea.fi
Smart Cities – Act 1
European Experiences:
Wellbeing & Aging Population
Laurea University of Applied Science...
3
Wellbeing & Aging Population in Smart Cities
Laurea University of Applied Sciences
Wellbeing & Aging in Smart Cities
Sma...
4
Focus Areas at Laurea UAS
Alignment with and
connections to
international, European
and local HEIs
Attracting top talent...
5
Integrating learning, technology and
the HEI’s societal interface
• Learning by Developing (LbD)
system of learning and ...
6
eHealth at Laurea UAS
7
eHealth projects & study programmes at
Laurea UAS building blocks…
Interdisciplinary
Human-driven encounters
(eInteracti...
8
As a Living Lab, Laurea…
Facilitates R&D projects based on co-
operation with companies, third
sector, public sector & H...
9
Collaborative RDI-projects
‘Orchestration Tables’
Learning by Developing (LbD)
& Living Labs models
Together with our pa...
10
Laurea Living Labs Network
Service Innovation and Design Lab
BarLaurea
Safety and Security Lab
Smart Hospital
Medical a...
11
Wellbeing & Aging Population in
Smart Cities
Unchronical life biography
Wealth of the growing number of
+65 vs. Public ...
12
Investing in Life & Health (JADE)
5 Regional Research Driven Clusters
connecting universities, research
centers, enterp...
13
Express 2 Connect (E2C)
Preventing Loneliness & Isolation amongst
Elderly
Collaboration between different Living
Labs H...
People Value Company
AMSTERDAM – COPENHAGEN – HELSINKI – HALMSTAD
15
Confident Motion (COM’ON)
Mobile application (and a service
concept) for elderly in order to
safely & easily use public...
16
Do It Yourself Smart Experiences (DIYSE)
Enabling people to easily create, setup
and control applications in their smar...
18
Other examples...
Loppukiri (Final Spurt)
(www.loppukiriseniorit.blogspot.fi)
Co-production
Co-governance & P2P product...
19
Ongoing initiatives..
Future Internet
Smart textiles in hospital context
Supportive APPSelfcare
Plan, implement & evalu...
20
Thank You!
Twitter @Laurea_RDI
LinkedIn group: Laurea Research, Development &
Innovation
Call for papers
ISJ -the Inter...
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  • few trends in it that have potential
  • Empower people that normally find ICT challenging to create solutions that enable them to communicate, participate and potentially develop their own experience
  • Empower people that normally find ICT challenging to create solutions that enable them to communicate, participate and potentially develop their own experienceSoftware that enables people to communicate not by text but with different images, kinect solutions to enable people to create music by moving their hands
  • Laurea UAS @SmartLab13 Conference in Lecce 27092013

    1. 1. www.laurea.fi Smart Cities – Act 1 European Experiences: Wellbeing & Aging Population Laurea University of Applied Science @Laurea_RDI Anna Kivilehto Senior Manager 27/09/2013 Tuija Hirvikoski, Director, Laurea UAS Rob Moonen, Senior Manager, Laurea UAS
    2. 2. 3 Wellbeing & Aging Population in Smart Cities Laurea University of Applied Sciences Wellbeing & Aging in Smart Cities Smart City Helsinki JADE E2C COM’ON Do-It-Your-Self ISJ Call for papers
    3. 3. 4 Focus Areas at Laurea UAS Alignment with and connections to international, European and local HEIs Attracting top talent to the Greater Helsinki region Attracting financing and investment to the Greater Helsinki Region
    4. 4. 5 Integrating learning, technology and the HEI’s societal interface • Learning by Developing (LbD) system of learning and human development that mobilizes and harnesses human creative talent en masse • It is a learning system that integrates education with research, development and innovation operations (RDI); consequently, it fuels our collective creativity. • In addition, it provides each student the tools to develop and utilize his or her creative talents fully in order to generate a livelihood for him or herself and to foster productivity for society as a whole
    5. 5. 6 eHealth at Laurea UAS
    6. 6. 7 eHealth projects & study programmes at Laurea UAS building blocks… Interdisciplinary Human-driven encounters (eInteraction & eEncounter) ICT knowledge User-driven service innovation design eBusiness & User-driven service planning eHealth –methods eHealth learning & coaching
    7. 7. 8 As a Living Lab, Laurea… Facilitates R&D projects based on co- operation with companies, third sector, public sector & HEIs hereby working together with end-users and students End-users and customers are drivers and developers from the early beginning & during the whole R&D process Students are developers & creators of new professional knowledge together with other actors To facilitate professional knowledge creation and rich interaction Laurea has several development environments, labs and test beds
    8. 8. 9 Collaborative RDI-projects ‘Orchestration Tables’ Learning by Developing (LbD) & Living Labs models Together with our partners we aspire to construct a better RDI results, improve their usage in companies and within society Interesting & Competitive Learning Environment to boost carries of both international and native students
    9. 9. 10 Laurea Living Labs Network Service Innovation and Design Lab BarLaurea Safety and Security Lab Smart Hospital Medical and Care Simulation Centre CIDE cluster Ballad – Baltic Region for SMEs Abrilab / Aalto NanoLab / Vantaa Innovation institute Urban Mill / EUE Sendai Finland Wellbeing Centre / City of Sendai, Japan Shuan-Lien elderly care Living Lab / NTU, Taiwan European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)
    10. 10. 11 Wellbeing & Aging Population in Smart Cities Unchronical life biography Wealth of the growing number of +65 vs. Public sector resources -> economic potential “Smart City is a place where people can live with peace of mind and in good health in their own homes and neighborhoods for their entire lives, while giving retirees the chance to participate in society using their abilities and knowledge” Kashiwa No Wa Smart City project
    11. 11. 12 Investing in Life & Health (JADE) 5 Regional Research Driven Clusters connecting universities, research centers, enterprises and regional authorities (FI, IT, FR, UK, TR) for sharing expertise on healthy ageing, chronic diseases management, prevention and independent living Networking exchange, mapping analysis, networking clustering, knowledge dissemination Partners: i-live RDC (IT), Adebag RDC (FR), South East Health Technologies Alliance RDC (UK), Istanbul RDC (TR) Regions of Knowledge (RoK), FP7 For more information: www.jadeproject.eu/
    12. 12. 13 Express 2 Connect (E2C) Preventing Loneliness & Isolation amongst Elderly Collaboration between different Living Labs Helsinki, Amsterdam, Copenhagen & Halmstad (and complementary partners) with access to a part of the puzzle of how to support people striving to maintain social connectedness Storytelling Game for iPad Development of a so called people value canvas, indicating the different steps to take when developing a user driven prototyping process Connect: Design for Empathic Society - How to design for connectedness, indicating practical tools such as portraits, co-creation etc. (ISBN 978 90 6369 331 2) Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) For more information: www.express2connect.org
    13. 13. People Value Company AMSTERDAM – COPENHAGEN – HELSINKI – HALMSTAD
    14. 14. 15 Confident Motion (COM’ON) Mobile application (and a service concept) for elderly in order to safely & easily use public transportation Users involved in the design (through surveys, ethnographic studies, workshops & focus groups) Services concepts being piloted in each of the partner countries Partners: Copenhagen LL( DN) Enthoven Associates (BE), Concept Factory (LU), XTEL (DN) Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) Laurea responsible for user testing for the whole of the project including implementing the pilot in Finland More information: www.comon.lu
    15. 15. 16 Do It Yourself Smart Experiences (DIYSE) Enabling people to easily create, setup and control applications in their smart living environments as well as in the public IoT space, allowing them to leverage aware services and smart objects for obtaining highly personalized, social, interactive, flowing experiences at home and in the city Target group: people facing challenges towards ICT (elderly, children, intellectually disabled) User-driven 39 Partners from 7 European countries ITEA 2 For more information: www.dyse.org
    16. 16. 18 Other examples... Loppukiri (Final Spurt) (www.loppukiriseniorit.blogspot.fi) Co-production Co-governance & P2P production of public services Taltioni (www.taltioni.fi/en) Practical & personalised tools for the maintenance of one’s own health and well-being Individuals own their information & share with other users or healthcare professionals Kalasatama Smart City (Living Lab) in Helsinki (www.forumvirium.fi/en) Agile experimenting Use of open data
    17. 17. 19 Ongoing initiatives.. Future Internet Smart textiles in hospital context Supportive APPSelfcare Plan, implement & evaluate new ways for healthy living with APPS New methods with users, entrepreneurs & professionals for eServices using APPs Connecting/matchmaking universities with businesses
    18. 18. 20 Thank You! Twitter @Laurea_RDI LinkedIn group: Laurea Research, Development & Innovation Call for papers ISJ -the Interdisciplinary Studies Journal Laurea Living Labs Network invites professionals within the Focus Areas of Service Innovation and Design, e- Health and e-Wellbeing, and Security Management to introduce their Research work and results in the ISJ - the Interdisciplinary Studies Journal. This specific number will include articles that incorporate the focus areas in respect to Smart Cities, Smart Specializations, and Smart Services. The results of this particular ISJ publication will be used to create a handbook for the World Bank. Important dates Abstract 15.11.2013 Full Text 17.01.2014 Publishing Date 31.03.2014 Contact and Info Email: isj@laurea.fi Tuija Hirvikoski, tuija.hirvikoski@laurea.fi Rob Moonen, rob.moonen@laurea.fi Anna Kivilehto, anna.kivilehto@laurea.fi

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