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MAKE-IT presentation at Maker Faire Rome 2016

http://make-it.io/event/make-it-panel-at-maker-faire-rome-2016/
http://explore.makerfairerome.eu/evento/Event_119

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MAKE-IT presentation at Maker Faire Rome 2016

  1. 1. MAKE-IT: understanding and experimenting collective awareness platforms for the governance of Maker initiatives Maker Faire Rome 2016
  2. 2. Massimo Menichinelli massimo@fablabbcn.org Tomas Diez tomas@fablabbcn.org David Langley david.langley@tno.nl Jeremy Millard jrm@teknologisk.dk Arnoud de Jong arnoud.dejong@tno.nl Bart Devoldere bart.devoldere@tno.nl Troels Bovbjerg tbg@teknologisk.dk Elisabeth Unterfrauner unterfrauner@zsi.at Helin Haga Helin.Haga@ahhaa.ee
  3. 3. The consortium
  4. 4. Platforms for Makers Source: https://www.fablabs.io/
  5. 5. Platforms for Makers Source: http://hackerspaces.org/
  6. 6. Platforms for Makers Source: https://makerspace.com/
  7. 7. Platforms for Makers Source: https://github.com/
  8. 8. Platforms for Makers Source: https://www.kickstarter.com/
  9. 9. Objective The overall objective of the MAKE-IT project is to understand the role of Collective Awareness Platforms (CAPS) in enabling the growth and governance of the Maker movement, particularly in relation to using and creating social innovations and achieving sustainability. The results of this research will help to understand the uses and impacts of CAPS in different contexts, as well as of the Maker movement itself.
  10. 10. Questions ● How can Maker communities achieve sustainability and organize themselves? ● What do Maker participants do, and how do they behave? ● What value do they create, and how does this benefit society? ● How can we help their governance, their impact and sustainability?
  11. 11. Framework
  12. 12. Approach
  13. 13. Work Packages
  14. 14. 1. Case studies 1. Fab Lab Barcelona (Spain) 2. Mini Maker Faire Tartu (Estonia) 3. HappyLab (Austria) 4. Fab Lab Zagreb (Croatia) 5. DTI ecosystem (Denmark) 6. Arduino (Italy) 7. Smart Bending Factory (Netherlands) 8. Dezentrale Dortmund (Germany) 9. Fab Lab Zagreb (Croatia) 10. HRW Fab Lab (Germany)
  15. 15. 2. Technology scenarios We investigate the state-of-the-art of: 1. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and related applications developed and/or used by CAPS 2. Maker technology developed and/or used by Makers. This will include the relationships and mutual complementary of the two. 3. Furthermore, we develop forward scenarios and a watching brief of these two technology areas and how they are used by CAPS and Maker communities both respectively and in combination.
  16. 16. 3. Action research As opposed to classical analytical research, action research can solve current practical problems whilst at the same time furthering our scientific knowledge through a reflective process of working with practitioners. We will adopt two approaches to action research: 1. knowledge transfer through sharing and discussions in order to help solve problems and 2. implementing CAPS-technology enhancements as an active and reflective process of working together with maker communities.
  17. 17. Stakeholders
  18. 18. Information, resources, discussion... Source: http://make-it.io
  19. 19. Questions (for you) ● What is your experience regarding the issues related to the governance and collaborative behaviours in the Maker movement? ● What is your experience regarding the issues related to the impact of the Maker movement? ● Regarding to governance, collaborative behaviours and impact, what do you expect will be the contribution of MAKE-IT to the Maker movement?
  20. 20. Thank you. info@make-it.io http://make-it.io https://twitter.com/MAKE_IT_io https://www.facebook.com/makeitio/

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