Gábor András: PERIPHÉRIA Project


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Gábor András: PERIPHÉRIA Project

  2. 2. PERIPHÈRIA OBJECTIVES Deploy convergent Future Internet (FI) platforms and services for the promotion of sustainable lifestyles in and across emergent networks of “smart” peripheral cities in Europe. 2
  3. 3. PERIPHÈRIA SMART CITIES NETWORK• Sharing the key objective of attaining full sustainability through deep- reaching societal transformations.• Drawing on their territorial capital – geographical, social, infrastructural, and cultural – for place-based innovation.• Involving citizens and businesses in the co-delivery of smart city services as well as the co-design of sustainable smart city initiatives.• Using Future Internet technologies to provoke social innovation and support new smart city services.• Working together with other peripheral cities to share experiences and promote reciprocal learning. 3
  4. 4. PARTICIPATING CITIESPilot Sponsoring NetworkCities Cities CitiesMalmö Budapest Helsinki La-Ferté-Sous-Jarre LisbonBremen Larnaca Rio de JaneiroAthens Malta ...Genoa MalagaPalmela Palermo 4
  5. 5. THE PERIPHÈRIA FUTURE INTERNET MODEL RFID Sensor networks Internet of Things People in Location Based Places Media and 3D Services Community interaction Internet of People Internet of Services Social Service networking composition 5
  6. 6. LIVING LAB ARENASArchetypal urban settings in which Living Lab stakeholders co-design sustainable new ways of living Smart Smart Smart Neighbourhood Street Square Smart Museum Smart Smart and Park City Hall Campus 6
  7. 7. Athen: Smart Square Arena• Traffic management (congestion)• Waste Management• Urban Planning 7
  8. 8. Bremen: Smart Street Arena• Urban transport vs. Individual means• Parking• Smart Mobility• ICT for transport 8
  9. 9. Genoa: Smart Museum and Park Arena• European Capitol of Culture• E-Tourism, Cultural heritage• Genoa’s objectives – education and solidarity, – quality of life, – economy and employment, – communication and promotion of the City, – Port and infrastructures, city management. 9
  10. 10. Malmö: Smart Neighbourhood Arena• Malmö LivingLab• “The Stage” is situated in the vibrant club, music, theatre and sub-culture district in the city and focuses on cultural production and cross-media.• “The Neighbourhood” lab is located in the contentious multi-ethnic suburbs of Rosengård and Fosie and focuses on urban development, collaborative services and social media. This lab is anchored in a geographic environment that today seldom is associated with social and economic growth.• “The Factory” is a lab housed in a new cultural meeting place in the heart of the new media cluster in the city. The lab is based on the “FabLab” (fabrication laboratory). 10
  11. 11. Palmela: Smart City Hall Arena• Mobile public services• Mobile platform with multifunction equipment• Wireless connection• Citizens contact municipality• IoT: privacy,protection of individual , eID, etc. 11
  12. 12. SMART CITIZEN DESIRES• Be heard• Be attracted (stay longer in a neighbourhood or group)• Be green• Be engaged (participate e.g. with others, in decisions)• Be valued• Be safe• Be counted (identify with/feel ownership for e.g. a place)• Be aware (e.g. of actions/impacts/benefits)• Be prospective (envisage e.g. possible options/futures)• Be reflective (e.g. on governance arrangements)• Be informed (access information, people, services)• Be integrated (e.g. with/across ethnic/religious minorities)• Be different (e.g. opt out in socially acceptable ways) 12
  13. 13. FROM DESIRES TO SUSTAINABLE BEHAVIOURS Urblets = Behavlets in Arenas 13
  14. 14. SMART CITIES NETWORK OBSERVATORY• Inter-disciplinary “design thinking” support to Smart City Network• Capture the territorial dimension of urban innovation processes• Territorial and socio-economic effects of Future Internet driven Living Labs• Potential of EU smart cities as lieux de ressources for user-driven innovations enabled by Future Internet• Assess long-term sustainability for Smart City infrastructures and services 14
  15. 15. ARENA MODELS Concepts Dichotomy visions Semantic issues Policy making issues BehavletsRelations with other arenas Spatial Infrastructure Future Internet featuresPrivacy and transparency 15
  17. 17. EMERGENT ROLESGovernment-commissioned Emergent bottom-up Smart City services Smart City initiatives 17
  19. 19. SMART CITY CHALLENGES• «Open Call» for initiatives in a thematic domain, addressing a specific issue while promoting a new idea of sustainability, active role of citizens in co-delivery• Posted by a city government or citizen group in a city, but of general relevance Identifies one or more Arena Models as the reference setting• The organisation posting a challenge commits resources: a) in kind, b) institutional, or c) with a financial value Third Parties can commit additional resources Pre-Commercial Procurement is encouraged• Each challenges establishes one or more deadlines• Evaluation coordinated by the Periphèria Observatory 19
  20. 20. EXAMPLE CHALLENGE AND IDEAS SPACE Metadata Challenge and Ideas Space Mock-up Author <> Challenge Services and initiatives to increase personal safety in Icon Image Partner <> public spaces. City <> Arena Visions Citizens can visitors can enjoy public spaces Post Date <> (neighbourhood, street, square, park… spend more ), time in them, and ”care about” them, due in part to the sense of personal safety. Close Date <> Sustainable Increased “taking care” of public spaces. Idea Spaces Status <> behaviours Citizens and businesses offering assistance to those in Jogging Citizen „„first need, be it directions or emergency help. “buddies” in the aid‟‟ network. Arenas <> Citizen & Citizens and businesses actively contribute by assuming park. business “custody” of public spaces. Can also participate directly Proj CDSs <> “Eyes on the participation in eg monitoring or assistance activities. street” Tech CDSs <> Commitment of The sub-contracting budget in Periphèria allows for programme for resources technology developments which can be used to make shops. prototypes supporting the successful project ideas. Ideas space: Eyes on the street 20
  22. 22. EXAMPLE PROJECT CO-DESIGN SPACE Metadata Co-design Space Mock-upAuthor <> Vision Revitalising public parks. MapPartner <> Mission Make public parks interesting and safe.Date <> Strategy Ideas for citizens to spend time in parks.Participants <> Project Description Progress BarChallenge <> A programme to provide information Technology thumbnailsSubmitted <> about a park and its natural and Indicators QRcode to cultural features. provide infoWin <> Check-ins and QRreads. Information can be provided by the city, schools, citizens.Arena <Park & Museum > Privacy and Security Avatar guide Citizens can become „„custodians‟‟ ofCity <> Location and time of visits. on Layar areas of the park by providing Social surveillance. knowledge and checking in.GPS <> Water data onProg Bar <> Co-design discussion space Pachube.Indicators <> Look@ for it safety.Tech CDSs <> 22
  23. 23. EXAMPLE TECHNOLOGY CO-DESIGN SPACE Metadata Co-design Space Mock-up Author <R. Ferreira> Embed/main view Author‟s description Component thumbnails Partner <4-ISA> Pachube is an application used to manage Date <Creation date> real-time data from sensors devices and PCSs <Project spaces using> environments. Pachube connects people to devices, applications, and the Internet of Things. As a web-based service built to manage the worlds real-time data, Pachube gives people the power to share, collaborate, and make use of information generated from the world around them. Co-design discussion space Technical Notes 23
  24. 24. JOIN THE PERIPHÈRIA NETWORK• Gain insights into the potential contribution of Future Internet technologies to achieving your city’s sustainability goals• Share experiences on the formation and governance of multi-stakeholder Living Lab partnerships• Interact with the Periphèria Observatory to understand the impact of Living Lab innovation on your city’s territory• Launch a Periphèria Challenge to steer local creativity towards addressing strategic sustainability issues• Focus available resources towards implementation of winning citizen-driven project ideas• Work together to make your city a happier, more harmonious place to live and work 24
  25. 25. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION ContactAndrás Gábor (agabor@corvinno.hu) Lead Partner: Alfamicro (PT) Alvaro Oliveira, alvaro.oliveira@alfamicro.pt Jean Barroca, jean.barroca@alfamicro.pt Jesse Marsh, jesse@atelier.itObservatory Coordination: Politecnico di Milano (IT) Grazia Concilio, grazia.concilio@polimi.it Dissemination: Karlsruhe Institute of TechnologyKrassimira Paskaleva, krassimira.paskaleva@kit.edu