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2.7 esteve almirall

  1. 1. Barcelona Urban Labs<br />esteve almirall<br />esteve.almirall@esade.edu<br />anna majo<br />anna.majo@22barcelona.cat<br />
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  4. 4. Urban Labs= Test spaces in the middle of the city<br />Urban Labs = The City as a Urban Laboratory<br />Urban Labs = Urban Living labs <br />Urban Labs = Real-life experimentation with users in Cities<br />
  5. 5. Urban Labs – Living Labs <br />Example: Urbiotica pilot - Barcelona<br />8 containers for:<br />Rubbish<br />Paper<br />Glass<br />Plastics<br />
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  8. 8. FASTPRK - Parking Sensors (30) - Worldsensing<br />When we thought that the system was operative we tested it in the 22@Urban Lab. Testing in real-life environments allowed us to improve aspects that we couldn't even think of in the lab. The Urban Lab has been our best laboratory.<br />JordiLlosa- Development officer Worldsensing<br />
  9. 9. SIIUR - LED Lighting Pilot (12) - Arelsa, Circuitor, Santa&Cole, e-Control, Prysmian, Semal<br />The SIIUR experience allowed us the development of the SmartTower, a new family of electrical boxes for Smart Cities. <br />Anna Urbiztondo - Project Development Director - SECE<br />
  10. 10. SIIUR - LED Lighting Pilot (12) - Arelsa, Circuitor, Santa&Cole, e-Control, Prysmian, Semal<br />With SIIUR Santa&Cole gained the opportunity to work with innovative companies and through that we have improved the functionality of our street lighting products.<br />Jose Maria Serra - Urban Division- Santa&Cole<br />
  11. 11. SIIUR - LED Lighting Pilot (12) - Arelsa, Circuitor, Santa&Cole, e-Control, Prysmian, Semal<br />Because of the pilot and the experience acquired in the Urban Lab, Eindhoven chose SIIUR for environmentally sustainable city lighting in one of the main districts of the city. <br />Gemma Batlle- TIC Cluster Director - BDigital<br />
  12. 12. Why?<br />Urban Labs<br />1.- To develop innovative products taking advantage of real-life environments and involving citizens in design, proof of service and proof of business validation.<br />2.- Bridge the cognitive distances between city administrations and innovative companies.<br />3.- Create an initial demand & provide a showcase for innovative solutions.<br />- learn locally, compete globally-<br />
  13. 13. Service Providers<br />Platform orchestrators<br />- govs. - <br />
  14. 14. Service Providers<br />Platform orchestrators<br />- govs. - <br />resources to regulate<br />(zero-sum game)<br />resources to leverage<br />(non zero-sum game)<br />
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  16. 16. Obstacles for Innovation in the Public Sector<br />
  17. 17. Innovation Objectives<br />
  18. 18. Policy<br />
  19. 19. Service Providers<br />Platform orchestrators<br />- govs. - <br />co-developed<br />with users, communities<br />free and not-free<br />empowering entrepreneurship<br />driven by innovation<br />stimulating growth<br />developed in-house<br />always fall short<br />high-cost<br />no sharing<br />local offer<br />fragmented<br />
  20. 20. esteve almirall<br />esteve.almirall@esade.edu<br />

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