Human Smart Cities - Prof. Alvaro Oliveira @ EUIC2014


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Prof. Alvaro Oliveira, CEO of Alfamicro, presenting the case of Lisbon & Human Smart Cities during the ENoLL fringe session "Open Innovation and Living Labs shaping the cities and regions of the future" at the EC Innovation Convention 2014

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  • The Human Smart City is a city where people – citizens and communities – are the main actors of urban “smartness”. A Human Smart City adopts services that are born from people’s real needs and have been co-designed through interactive, dialogic, and collaborative processesPeople are not obliged to adopt technologies that have been selected and purchased by their municipal governments; they rather are encouraged to compose their own services using available technologies in often simple, frugal solutions. .
  • Human Smart Cities - Prof. Alvaro Oliveira @ EUIC2014

    1. 1. Human Smart Cities The case of Lisbon Prof. Álvaro de Oliveira Innovation Convention Brussels, 11th March, 2014 1
    2. 2. Modern cities became places of human isolation and social exclusion. 2 Human Smart Cities are places for human interaction and social inclusion!
    3. 3. MyNeighbourhood Project In the neighbourhood of MyNeighbourhood the past values of socio-spatial connectedness are recreated through the Urban Living Lab methodology to create and engage communities, design thinking to implement the WIN methodology and Gamification to sustain the citizens motivation on the co- creation of solutions for their wishes, interests and needs. In the neighbourhood of MyNeighbourhood a social-digital environment (Technical platform and social innovation methodologies and tools) is created to support a closer attachment between people, their places of physical dwelling and their material, social and environmental concerns. Proudness and sense of belonging comes to life and scales up to the city.
    4. 4. Needs Management App WorkshopSocial Game Analytics Wishes, Interests and Needs Solutions TransformationSOCIAL TECHNOLOGY PHASES Build Empower Scale Social Network Create neighbourhood communities that work together to solve their local needs Build Provide innovation tools and data for neighbourhoods to use in the creation of their own services Empower Facilitate growth of new neighbourhood services and scale to achieve societal transformation at city level Scale MyNeighbourhood Phases
    5. 5. Neighbourhood Context and Analysys Living Lab Community Engagement Co-design And Co-creation Gamification Sustainable Motivation Open Data And Analytics Models Use cases Best practices Methodologies And Tools Platform And Services Benchmark And Business Models Implementation Roadmap Scalability INGREDIENTS SOCIETAL TRANSFORMATION MyNeighbourhood Transformation
    6. 6. Human Smart Cities Urban living Lab Innovation Ecosystem 6
    7. 7. MyN Co-design Social Innovation toolkit transfer to the pilots
    8. 8. Co-design Activities Context Analysis 8 • Identify local community leaders; • Identify Current Activities and Projects; • Selection of key stakeholders to be involved in the Project;
    9. 9. Co-design Activities Design Phase - Meetings and Workshops 9 • Presentation of MyNeighbourhood. • Alignment of interests; • Engagement in co-design and co-creation workshops with the community leaders and progressively extending to the citizens.
    10. 10. Co-design Activities Towards community engagement 10
    11. 11. Co-design Activities Towards community engagement 11
    12. 12. Co-design Activities Design Phase - Meetings and Workshops
    13. 13. Co-design Activities Design Phase - Meetings and Workshops 13
    14. 14. Co-design Activities Design Phase - Meetings and Workshops 14
    15. 15. 15 Platform Co-design Technical Workshops
    16. 16. Platform Co-design Applying MyGame Methodology
    17. 17. 17 Platform Co-design Results MyN Platform Architecture
    18. 18. Business case • Scaling up in Lisbon • 4 cities in Portugal • 10 cities in Brazil • Pilot projects in Colombia, Peru,Chile,Mozambique • Creating a new company “Smarter Services” (S2) • Establishment of technical partnerships • Establishment of finance partnerships • Creating attractive business models for cities 18
    19. 19. Human Smart Cities Network Human Smart Cities WS Bologna, Italy 17 October 2013 Human Smart Cites Conference Lisbon, Portugal 13th March 2014 Forum PA – Human Smart Cities Conference Roma, Italia - 30 Maio2013
    20. 20. Human Smart Cities European Network and Alfamicro positioning 20 27 Cities 16 Countries
    21. 21. Claiming for democracy transformation
    22. 22. Innovating Democracy Listening and talking to the “Streets” 22
    23. 23. Innovating Democracy Open, Transparent and Participatory Governance 23 Civic Activists Human Smart City Platform Infrastructure, Open Data, Participation, Collaboration , Analytics
    24. 24. An opportunity for Europe. Is there the political and business will? 24
    25. 25. Human Smart Cities Future Internet for Social Innovation
    26. 26. EU Policy Initiatives • At least 5% of the ERDF dedicated to integrated actions for sustainable urban development • Management delegated to urban authorities • Tackle economic, environmental, climate, demographic and social challenges • Need for integrated interventions at neighbourhood and local level • Taking into account the need to promote urban-rural linkages • Need for innovative approaches 26
    27. 27. Policy Recommendations • Ensure convergence of existing policy mechanisms; • Accelerate implementation of ICT urban infrastructures such as Communications, Future Internet and Internet of Things; • Establish a sizeable number of Human Smart City projects that may create the critical mass to achieve exponential growth; • It is important to contribute for the creation of an European-wide Urban Innovation Ecosystem to generated wealth and create jobs. 27
    28. 28. Human Smart Cities Co-created by governments and citizens Human Smart Cities use technologies as an enabler to connect and engage government and citizens, aiming to rebuild, recreate and motivate urban communities, stimulating and supporting their collaboration activities leading to a joint increase of social wellbeing . Human Smart Cities hear and speak with citizens and provide technical support and Policy to become the city government more transparent, participatory, efficient and a mirror of the citizens’ will. Human Smart Cities empower citizens to co-design and co- create solutions for their Wishes, Interests and Needs (WIN), recreating a new sense of belonging and identity.
    29. 29. Conclusions • Open, Transparent and Trustful City Government • Citizens mass participation • Social inclusion and social integration • Behaviour transformation • Sense of belonging and identity • Innovation Ecosystem
    30. 30. Thank You Prof. Álvaro de Oliveira 30