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ICT-32-2018 Project Idea: Testing smart solutions in a 4-dimensional environment

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We are interested in participating in the lighthouse pilot "art-inspired interactive human-centred environments", particularly in the context of smart cities, cars and homes. Our own philosophy centres around user-centric technology and we are interested in testing smart solutions in a more realistic 4-dimensional environment employing alternative thinking that is grounded outside of traditional ICT avenues. This is particularly important when dealing with personal data implicit in smart devices and the human aspect of society. We believe that by creating novel and creative experiences in an artistic environment, new technologies and usage scenarios can be more realistically tested.

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ICT-32-2018 Project Idea: Testing smart solutions in a 4-dimensional environment

  1. 1. ICT-32-2018: STARTS - The Arts stimulating innovation
  2. 2. ICT Proposers‘ Day, Hungary November 2017 Adaptant® Letting data work, adaptably. The Basics • German SME based in Munich (est. 2015). • Dedicated to empowering users over their own data, while enabling new ways for data to be used. Your ICT Proposers’ Day Contacts: Dr. Jodie Hatfield Proposal Manager, EU Research Projects Ms Julianna Csécs Head of Project Management Office Our Scope We are interested in providing our privacy-enabling technologies and expertise for the protection, application, and enablement of private (e.g. personal) or sensitive (e.g. industrial or commercial) data in cross-sector applications: Smart Cities, Agriculture, Transport, Governance, Health, Digital Society, Digital Single Market, etc. Our Core Competencies • Policy Analysis and Inputs • Market Analysis and Business Model Innovation • Multi-National IPR Management • Privacy and Data Ethics by Design • Standardization • Open Source System Integration & Software Engineering Our Vision Through empowering users to take control of their own data, new user-centric business models and services will be realized, fundamentally changing the data value chain.
  3. 3. Page 301.11.2017 Project Idea: Testing smart solutions in a 4-dimensional environment ICT-32-2018: STARTS - The Arts stimulating innovation Lighthouse Pilot in Art- inspired interactive human-centred environments Challenge Interactions with smart devices are framed within traditional ICT methodologies and usage expectations, while the ubiquity of increasingly interoperable smart devices in our daily lives leads to individuals engaging with devices in ways not originally envisioned or intended at design-time. Pitch Create and validate novel test methodologies in which people and technology engage in a more realistic 4-dimensional environment employing alternative thinking that is grounded outside of traditional ICT avenues, particularly in the context of smart cities, cars and homes. • Targeted CFP for artist-inspired novel environments • Smart technologies with high appeal for user engagement • Explore value co-creation • Focus on engagements that can tell a human story to increase interest and realistic applicability
  4. 4. Page 401.11.2017 Expertise Sought Call for Collaborators 1. Partners with previous experience running CFPs/mini grant management within H2020 projects. 2. Industry partners (including SMEs) in the smart solutions space (cities, transport, homes) willing to trial new engagement methodologies. 3. Technology providers and product designers active in the fields of IoT, Augmented Reality, and Social Media willing to trial new engagement methodologies. 4. Partners with experience in the design of interactive human-centred environments and engagement methodologies.
  5. 5. Let’s meet! www.adaptant.io Head Project Management Office julianna.csecs@adaptant.io +49 176 246 88 942Ms Julianna Csécs Proposal Manager, EU Research Projects jodie.hatfield@adaptant.io +49 176 242 00 331Dr. Jodie Hatfield

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