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COLLABORATION FOR RESULTS AND
ACCELERATED IMPLEMENTATION,
TESTING/EXPERIENCING ICT SUSTAINABILTY
INNOVATION THROUGH LIVING...
ICT & LLs for SDGs
Combine technological innovation and Social
Innovation to solve ethical and privacy implications
and to facilitate the tra...
LIVING	LABS	AND	ICT	FOR	SUSTAINABLE	
DEVELOPMENT	(LESSONS	LEARNT	23.10.2017)
• From	test	beds	to	co-creation	and	mainstrea...
“The year is 2030. Open Science has become a reality and is
offering a whole range of new, unlimited opportunities for
res...
Barriers hinder harnessing the transformative power
of digital solutions for SDG achievement:
- Rules of the game – regula...
RISKS AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS
(ICT within LLs)
• Energy	efficient	solutions	can	increase	usage	|	Engage	and	educate	people...
LIVING LABS: ENSURING
SUSTAINABLE ICT SOLUTIONS
• Living	Labs	can	provide	a	unique	opportunity	to	study	the	integration	of...
26.10.2017Tekijä 9
• Laurea | www.laurea.fi| https://www.laurea.fi/en/research-development-and-innovations/laurea-
living-...
KEY-NOTE
The Journey of ENoLL and its
contribution to the SDGs
ZSUZSANNA BODI
(ENOLL)
The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) is a global network that places people at the centre of product
and service de...
HOW LIVING LABS
WORK
People	can	be	involved	in	all	phases	of	the	
innovation	process	thanks	to	Living	Lab	
methods.	From	i...
QUADRUPLE (multiple) HELIX MODEL
TO CO-CREATE FUTURE
The	awarded	Living	Lab	approach	develops,	manages	and	
contributes	to...
ORGANISATIONS HOSTING LLs
ENoLL LIVING LABS AROUND THE WORLD
ENOLL BUILDING BLOCKS
Social	Innovation	 Industrial	Demonstration Open	Science
SynChroniCity represents the first
attempt to deliver a Single Digital City
Market for Europe by piloting its
foundations ...
Climate & Air Pollution
EU-MACS (European Market for
Climate Services) - project analyses the
market structures and driver...
Internet of Things
U4IoT (User engagement for Large
Scale Pilots on the Internet of
Things)combines complementary expertis...
ENoLL Publications
New	for	2017
2016
Challenges and opportunities of creating a city-wide
co-creation and test bed for digital innovation
Challenges	 Opportuni...
JOINING ENoLL:
EFFECTIVE MEMBERS, INNOVATION
PARTNERS, ADHERENT MEMBERS
OpenLivingLab Days 2018
WHAT: 3 day long summit of the worldwide Living Lab community including
interactive sessions, “lea...
1.	No	Poverty
2. Zero Hunger
3. Good	Health	and	Well-Being
4.Quality	Education
5.	Gender Equality
6.	Clean Water and	sanit...
SPEAKERS
Dr.	Belinda	Chen
Taiwan LL
Dr.	Dimitri Schuurman
Imec
Phil Donaldson
Adelaide LL
Artur Serra
I2Cat
Adam	Olszewski...
LIVING LAB EXAMPLES
PHIL DONALDSON
(ADELAIDE LIVING LABORATORIES)
Adelaide as a living
laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
accelerating sustainabi...
Adelaide as living lab laboratory
Population
City of Adelaide
Greater Adelaide 1.2 M
A
u Adelaide	embracing	journey	in	living	laboratory	culture	toward	
innovation	and	accelerating	sustainability	AND	Support...
Context – What’s the problem in
Adelaide we are trying to solve?
Foundations for change
•Water
•Energy
•Waste
•Carbon
Econ...
Foundations for Adelaide
as a living laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
acceler...
Adelaide as a living laboratory
https://youtu.be/GzdcJxwo6Io
The layout, size and scale of the City of
Adelaide positions ...
Adelaide Living Laboratory
Co - creating optimal conditions for transformation of Australian
Environments toward a low carbon future
AARON DAVIS Uni ...
Adelaide as a living laboratory
https://www.carbonneutraladelaide.com.au/
Adelaide as a living laboratory
Adelaide as a living laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
accelerating sustainabi...
Adelaide as a living laboratory
Adelaide as a living
laboratory
Business embracing Adelaide as
a living laboratory
@adamschultz_au| adam@buddy.com | www.buddy.com
Resource monitoring simplified.
u Sustainability
Managers & Building
Owners
• Sustainability reporting
• Target CAPEX for most
effective Energy	
Conservat...
Buddy Ohm in	Adelaide	office
On track	to reduce	their	energy
consumption and	cost by	44%
Projected $7k savings	can be
rein...
Adelaide’s
living
future as a
laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
accelerating s...
A conversation on the development of a smart city citizen living lab
u Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward...
Ageing Well Living Lab at Tonsley
The unique proposition for an
Ageing Well Living Lab at Tonsley
aims to capture the comp...
Adelaide as a living
laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
accelerating sustainabi...
Provider	– Driven
Living	labs	are	launched	as	
a	result	of	actions	by	
educational	institutes,	
universities
Utiliser	– Dr...
1.	Provider	and	3	
Utiliser driven		
Business/	Industry	
Test	Bed	
Funded	
Commercially	
driven	
Academic		
focus	
Entrepr...
Adelaide as a liveable city is here now
Carbon Neutral
(low carbon ) City
Future CitySmart CitySustainable CityGreen CityF...
ICT accelerating SDG in Adelaide through
embracing elements of Living Labs
Adelaide
Low	Carbon	
Living	Lab
Smart	City	
Stu...
https://openlivinglabs.net.au
Contacts
Acknowledgments
• Paul Daly: Smart City Studio City of Adelaide
• Nick Faulkner: Sm...
Adelaide as a living
laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
accelerating sustainabi...
Adelaide as a living
laboratory
Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and
accelerating sustainabi...
LIVING LAB EXAMPLES
ADAM OLSZEWSKI
(POZNAN LIVING LAB)
©	2016 – The symbIoTe	Consortium
Grant Agreement No 688156
symobIoTe
symbiosis of smart objects across
environments
IoT
Ad...
Who	we	are
• 14	partners
• SMEs	w/	IoT solutions
• research	institutes
• universities
• large	companies
use	cases:
• smart...
IoT	interoperability – the symbIote way
Level - 1 - Resource registry
- Resource search
- Semantic	mapping
- Secure	access...
©	2016 – The symbIoTe	Consortium
Living	Lab	Findings	(End	User	Validation)
symbIoTe
Adam	Olszewski,	Poznan	Supercomputing	...
The Goal
7 ©	2016 – The symbIoTe	Consortium
•To	embrace	the	perspectives	and	expectations	
of	IoT platform	owners	and	thei...
Key activities - Team C
CLIENT
IoT platform
13 ©	2016 – The symbIoTe	Consortium
Company X	+	smart stadium
Decent	work	and	economic	growth
15 ©	2016 – The symbIoTe	Consortium
Company X	+	smart stadium
16
Decent	work	and	economic	growth
Company Y	+	smart yachting
17
• Responsible	consumption	&	clean	water
©	2016 – The symbIoTe	Consortium
Company Y	+ smart yachting
18
Responsible	consumption	&	clean	water
Company Z	+	Smart city
19
• Sustainable	cities	and	communities
• Justice	and	strong	institutions
Company Z	+	Smart	city
20
Sustainable	city	and	communities
NEW DATA/SENSORS (in	bold):
• Company	X/smart	stadium:	indoor	location,	geofence alerts,	event	
management,	man-down	detec...
Value	proposition	– goals	before
General	goals	we	expected	stakeholders	wished	to	
accomplish	via	SymbIoTe:
• to	sell	more...
Value	proposition	- goals	after
Market-specific	goals	of	real-life	stakeholders	:
• to	organize	personnel	presence
• to	re...
21																																																																																																																								...
• 2nd	open	call
– deadline:	31	oct	2017	
– budget:	540k€	(~10	x	50k€),	no	equity
• what	we are	looking	for
– IoT	platforms...
LIVING LAB EXAMPLES
ARTUR SERRA
(I2CAT, CATLABS PROJECT)
The Catlabs project
Artur Serra,
Vicepresident of EnoLL
Artur.serra@i2cat.net
G-STIC Congress.
Brussels, October 23-24, 20...
The	Lab:
Moedas’	Vision	for	2030.
“The	year	is	2030.	Open	Science	has	become	a	reality	and	is	
offering	a	whole	range	of	n...
The world of	labs.
The	Lab:	
the	new	social	structure	upon	the	Net.
a
S
Infra
struct.
The	NET
THE	LAB
Structures
Super
struct.
The Catlabs program:
A program of the Regional Government,
part of the regional S3 strategy (2016-2020)
The Lab:
from a vision to an hypothesis
Is it possible to create a universal innovation
system for every citizen,
upon Int...
Catlabs: a prototype of such system
Local	Innovation	Labs.
Metropolitan	Labs.	
Highly	Specialized
Labs
91
CATLABS Platform
a citizen-based open innovation, open research,
open to the world platform.
• Open to every citizen
• ...
Thanks a lot,
J
Brussels,	October	24th,	2017
G-STIC	Congress
LIVING LAB EXAMPLES
DIMITRI SCHUURMAN
(IMAC)
ENTREPRENEURIAL LIVING LAB
SERVICES
PUBLIC
DR. DIMITRI SCHUURMAN
@DIMISCHUURMAN
LIVING LABS AS A SERVICE
EMPOWERING
USERS TO
IMPACT THE
INNOVATION
PROCESS
IMPROVE DIGITAL INNOVATIONS BYACTIVELY INVOLVING USERS &
@EXPERTS THROUG...
INNOVATRIX KICK-OFF WORKSHOP
3
ASSUMPTIONS
POSITIVELYVALIDATED
ASSUMPTION
NEGATIVELY VALIDATED
ASSUMPTION
CUSTOMER
SEGMENT...
LIVING LAB PROJECT APPROACH
POWERED IMEC.LIVINGLABS
CONTEXTUAL
USER
INSIGHT
S
CO-
CREATED
CONCEPT
FIELDTRIAL
W/
PROTOTYP
E...
100 ENTREPRENEURIAL SERVICE
PROJECTS
60% LINKED TO SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
8% 8% 6% 7%
9% 13% 5% 3%
6
6
FOR GOOD
Starting point:
- Idea for product scanning app
to stimulate sustainable buying
Living Lab activities:
-
-
-
-
...
NAZKA/
AIRCHECKR
Starting point:
- Platform for collecting and visualizing
air quality
Living Lab activities:
-
-
-
-
-
Id...
8
PARTAGO
Starting point:
- Single entrepreneur with idea
for electrical car sharing app in
Ghent
Living Lab activities:
-...
OVAM SYMBIOSIS
PLATFORM
9
Starting	point:
- Transforming	the	ad	hoc	
Symbiose	matchmaking	
process	into	an	online	platform...
City of Things -
Antwerp
• IoT living and technology lab
• Quadruple helix innovation
projects
• (big) data collection &
m...
REAL-TIME
EXPERIENCE
SAMPLING
LOGGING
USER
EXPERIENC
E SAMPLING
&
BEHAVIOUR
CHANGE
USER
EXPEREINCE
&
BEHAVIOUR
DASHBOARD
R...
CONCLUSION
108
Sustainability goals not an explicit focus, yet entrepreneurial support through Living Lab
services
Acitive...
PUBLI
C
LIVING LAB EXAMPLES
DR.BELINDA CHAN
(LIVING LAB TAIWAN)
• 2017/10/24
• Dr. Belinda Chen
Living Lab Taiwan
Operated by Institute for Information Industry(III),
which established jointly by the Ministry of
Economic Affairs of Taiw...
Living Lab Activities
n Host“Smart Service Innovation Workshops”
n Demands of people, creative ideas, and innovative
products/services can be in...
Hackathons
Students, programmers, designers, and makers are invited to
attend hackathons to build working prototypes and
d...
Living Lab Trials
n An accelerated testing ground for new products and services
in which potential users evaluate their po...
Service Testing Activities with Users
Service Trials of inMedia
Providing all exhibition info and interactive
services.
>60,000
people
had used.
World Design Fa...
Integration of Wearable Devices &
Exercise Management
118	Volunteers
3583
8	Test	Fields
8	Weeks
20-60	Yrs ©VitExercise App...
Achievements
Living Labs Taiwan won the first-ever
“Best Living Lab Project Award”
launched by ENoLL (European
Network of Living Labs) ...
Achievements with Public Sectors
Taiwan Living Lab signed a MOU with the Songshan District office of
Taipei city (Left :Ga...
Achievements with Private Sectors
Clients Services Achievements
Citibank A)	POS	Design
Assisted Citibank	to	establish	elec...
“The Golden Service Testing
Awards Competition”
More than 200 teams including
students, start-ups and
companies participat...
THANK YOU
LIVING LAB EXAMPLES
MRS SAMIA CHELBI
(DIGIART LIVING LAB TUNIS-NABEUL)
VIDEO FROM SAMIA CHELBI
Q&A
SESSION CONCLUSION
OVERALL CONCLUSION
1.	No	Poverty
2. Zero Hunger
3. Good	Health	and	Well-Being
4.Quality	Education
5.	Gender Equality
6.	Clean Water and	Sanit...
1.	No	Poverty
2. Zero Hunger
3. Good	Health	and	Well-Being
4.Quality	Education
5.	Gender Equality
6.	Clean Water and	sanit...
THANK YOU!
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  1. 1. COLLABORATION FOR RESULTS AND ACCELERATED IMPLEMENTATION, TESTING/EXPERIENCING ICT SUSTAINABILTY INNOVATION THROUGH LIVING LABS
  2. 2. ICT & LLs for SDGs
  3. 3. Combine technological innovation and Social Innovation to solve ethical and privacy implications and to facilitate the transition towards more sustainable lifestyles. => ICT can decrease global carbon emissions, stimulate economic growth and deliver benefits to society. Lessons learnt / 23.10.2015
  4. 4. LIVING LABS AND ICT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (LESSONS LEARNT 23.10.2017) • From test beds to co-creation and mainstreaming • Co-created Integrated technologies that solve many problems at the same time: more affordable and more sustainable motivate more sustainable lifestyle promoting good life • Integrate science and technology with RRI/SSH. • Promote technology together with social innovation and new business models to achieve the SDG. • Create and mainstream technology to face growth population urbanization and life in rular areas; • facilitate education; fight poverty; provide affordable housing; save energy, water, food, other materials and TIME; facilitate mobility and everyday life of people, • Technologies that are feasible; economically affordable; and socially and ethically acceptable. • Turn the world into a virtual collaboratory
  5. 5. “The year is 2030. Open Science has become a reality and is offering a whole range of new, unlimited opportunities for research and discovery worldwide. Scientists, citizens, publishers, research institutions, public and private research funders, students and education professionals as well as companies from around the globe are sharing an open, virtual environment called The Lab”. (Carlos Moedas, Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World. 2016 : 22.) Open Science Policy Platform COMMISSIONER MOEDAS’ VISION FOR 2030
  6. 6. Barriers hinder harnessing the transformative power of digital solutions for SDG achievement: - Rules of the game – regulatory environment - Supply – lack of available capital and integrated standards across technologies - Demand - lack of ICT skills, low affordability of ICT solutions.
  7. 7. RISKS AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS (ICT within LLs) • Energy efficient solutions can increase usage | Engage and educate people • More devices and servers use more energy | Optimization through computer • Can reduce equality and equal business opportunities | RRI&SSH, create new economic model (e.g. participatory economics PARECON), ethical code of conduct • when technology develops exponentially (Moore’s law) the gap between those using the latest technology and those using a few years order technology also widens exponentially (e.g. computing power needed to overcome e-mail spam filters or to generate additional block chain blocks) • Industrial disruption cannibalises (and creates) jobs | Educate people, RRI-SSH • Platform economy seems to create monopolies thus creating a situation when the operator offering the platform takes a lion share of the profits while pushing risks to the subcontractor | Develop block chain solutions • Ethics related to open innovation, data mining companies & Social Media – spreading false News | MyData, IPR, block chain, cultural planning, Data management policy, Engage and educate people
  8. 8. LIVING LABS: ENSURING SUSTAINABLE ICT SOLUTIONS • Living Labs can provide a unique opportunity to study the integration of demand based energy offerings and related services in combination with smart appliances and low- energy heating and lighting solutions. • Complex home control technologies, computers and internet are becoming an integral part of the home environment, thus the influence of information technology on user practices at home is strongly increasing. • Developing interactive designs and smart systems (smart meters, smart grids) that can encourage and support home dwellers in saving resources. Christa Liedtke, Maria J. Welfens, Holger Rohn, Julia Nordmann (2012): LIVING LAB : user-driven innovation for sustainability In: International journal of sustainability in higher education, 13, 2, pp. 106-118
  9. 9. 26.10.2017Tekijä 9 • Laurea | www.laurea.fi| https://www.laurea.fi/en/research-development-and-innovations/laurea- living-labs • President of European Network of Living Labs | http://www.openlivinglabs.eu/ | • Open Innovation Luminary Award 2016 , for Open Innovation Infrastructure Creation https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/innovation-luminary-awards-ceremony-2016- open-innovation-20-conference • Member of the Open Science Policy Platform (OSPP) ttp://ec.europa.eu/research/openscience/index.cfm?pg=open-science-policy-platform • ATT-kv-ryhmä | https://avointiede.fi/home • Member of Horizon interim evaluation expert group (SwafS/RRI) https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/h2020-section/science-and-society • EC Services contract on 'Cities as living labs: increasing the impact of investment in the circular economy for sustainable cities' • Markku Markkula Bridging the investment gap: How to tackle the challenges? Committee of Region Opinion http://cor.europa.eu/en/events/Pages/investment-gap.aspx • 6AIKA City as a Living Lab, School as a Living Lab, Health care center as a Living Lab • Member of Uusimaa Regional Coordination Committee | http://www.uudenmaanliitto.fi/en | https://www.helsinkismart.fi/ Regional Smart Specialization Strategy Tuija.Hirvikoski(at)laurea.fi THANK YOU!
  10. 10. KEY-NOTE The Journey of ENoLL and its contribution to the SDGs ZSUZSANNA BODI (ENOLL)
  11. 11. The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) is a global network that places people at the centre of product and service development and innovation. ENoLL focuses on facilitating knowledge exchange, joint actions and project partnerships among its 170 members, influencing EU policies, promoting living labs and enabling WHAT IS ENoLL?
  12. 12. HOW LIVING LABS WORK People can be involved in all phases of the innovation process thanks to Living Lab methods. From idea generation to building prototypes, from design to commercialization. ENoLL Living Labs are in regular contact with 1,650,000 citizens for experimentation and testing purposes. ENoLL Living Labs reach out to around 50 million citizens with their activities and active presence in local communities.
  13. 13. QUADRUPLE (multiple) HELIX MODEL TO CO-CREATE FUTURE The awarded Living Lab approach develops, manages and contributes to local ecosystems and inter-disciplinary teams thus fostering inclusion within urban and regional contexts. Multi-thematic: Culture, urban innovation, cultural-heritage, well-being, ICT, sustainability, skills development and inclusion, etc.
  14. 14. ORGANISATIONS HOSTING LLs
  15. 15. ENoLL LIVING LABS AROUND THE WORLD
  16. 16. ENOLL BUILDING BLOCKS Social Innovation Industrial Demonstration Open Science
  17. 17. SynChroniCity represents the first attempt to deliver a Single Digital City Market for Europe by piloting its foundations at scale in reference zones across 8 European cities, involving also other cities globally. It addresses how to incentivise and build trust for companies and citizens to actively participate in finding common co-created IoT solutions for cities that meet citizen needs. Smart Cities The Urban Nature Labs project aims at deonstrating innovation nature-based solutions in cities that are facing challenges of climate change and urbanisation. Through the project locally-attuned innovative water management systems will be co-create and demonstrated in the context of an integrated urban ecological approach: the Urban Nature Lab (UNaLab).
  18. 18. Climate & Air Pollution EU-MACS (European Market for Climate Services) - project analyses the market structures and drivers, obstacles and opportunities from scientific, technical, legal, ethical, governance and socioeconomic vantage points. The analysis is grounded in economic and political science theories on how service markets with public and private features can develop, and how innovations may succeed. iSCAPE aims to develop and evaluate an integrated strategy for air pollution control in European cities grounded on evidence- based analysis. The project will develop the tools required to obtain an air pollution free/low carob society by addressing air quality and climate change concerns together through the application of new smart and sustainable technologies for integration into urban design and guidelines.
  19. 19. Internet of Things U4IoT (User engagement for Large Scale Pilots on the Internet of Things)combines complementary expertise encompassing social and economic sciences, communication, crowdsourcing, living labs, co-creative workshops, meetups and personal data protection to actively engage end-users and citizens in the large scale pilots.
  20. 20. ENoLL Publications New for 2017 2016
  21. 21. Challenges and opportunities of creating a city-wide co-creation and test bed for digital innovation Challenges Opportunities Exploration Creating a trusted ecosystem and local community around interdisciplinary or specific city level thematic topics. Giving the floor to bottom up projects and citizen/user driven initiatives – solving real life challenges. Engagement Willingness/Motivation of end users to participate in experimentation processes/projects. Giving equal chance to all, empower everyone to innovate! Evaluation Outreach and motivation: providing the right sample for the Living Lab project evaluation; sharing and standardising data and handling privacy issues. Disrupt and transform! Throughout a thorough, iterative feedback process receiving a reliable feedback ensuring safe entry to market or investments decisions. Experimentati on Finding the right experts and the project constellation, different needs of transnational peers. Multidisciplinary, Pan-European and global participation. Entrepreneuri al aspect Proving business readiness and sustainability aspect of the Living Lab “to be”. Market creation potential.
  22. 22. JOINING ENoLL: EFFECTIVE MEMBERS, INNOVATION PARTNERS, ADHERENT MEMBERS
  23. 23. OpenLivingLab Days 2018 WHAT: 3 day long summit of the worldwide Living Lab community including interactive sessions, “learning-by-doing” workshops, discussions, excursions and off-site visits AIM: Giving the participants a wider insight about models, theories and technologies related to Living Labs WHERE: Geneva, Switzerland WHEN: 22 – 24 August Read the event report from 2017: https://issuu.com/enoll/docs/openlivinglab_days17_report
  24. 24. 1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger 3. Good Health and Well-Being 4.Quality Education 5. Gender Equality 6. Clean Water and sanitation 7. Affordable and Clean Energy 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 9. Industry Innovation & Infrastructure 10. Reduced inqualities 11. Sustainable cities and Communities 12. Responsible Consumption and Production 13. Climate Action 14. Life Below Water 15. Life on Land 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 17. Partnership for the Goals 17 Sustainable Developement Goals People think of LLs
  25. 25. SPEAKERS Dr. Belinda Chen Taiwan LL Dr. Dimitri Schuurman Imec Phil Donaldson Adelaide LL Artur Serra I2Cat Adam Olszewski Poznan LL Video message from Mrs Samia Chelbi
  26. 26. LIVING LAB EXAMPLES PHIL DONALDSON (ADELAIDE LIVING LABORATORIES)
  27. 27. Adelaide as a living laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  28. 28. Adelaide as living lab laboratory Population City of Adelaide Greater Adelaide 1.2 M
  29. 29. A u Adelaide embracing journey in living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability AND Support UN SDG’s Our areas • 3 and 8 • 9, 11 and 13 • 6,7, and 12 • 17 Adelaide as a living laboratory
  30. 30. Context – What’s the problem in Adelaide we are trying to solve? Foundations for change •Water •Energy •Waste •Carbon Economic Transformation Adopting a living lab approach to crisis ☺ Policy and Government support Creating Building blocks of change Bold messaging Incentivising Marketing Evaluating success( and failures )
  31. 31. Foundations for Adelaide as a living laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  32. 32. Adelaide as a living laboratory https://youtu.be/GzdcJxwo6Io The layout, size and scale of the City of Adelaide positions the city perfectly as a “living lab” for smart city ideas, pilots and projects. Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  33. 33. Adelaide Living Laboratory
  34. 34. Co - creating optimal conditions for transformation of Australian Environments toward a low carbon future AARON DAVIS Uni SA PHD
  35. 35. Adelaide as a living laboratory https://www.carbonneutraladelaide.com.au/
  36. 36. Adelaide as a living laboratory
  37. 37. Adelaide as a living laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  38. 38. Adelaide as a living laboratory
  39. 39. Adelaide as a living laboratory
  40. 40. Business embracing Adelaide as a living laboratory
  41. 41. @adamschultz_au| adam@buddy.com | www.buddy.com Resource monitoring simplified.
  42. 42. u Sustainability Managers & Building Owners • Sustainability reporting • Target CAPEX for most effective Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) • Track the RoI of building upgrades • Gas and Water conservation Distributed IO Monitoring Gas and Water consumption Buddy Ohm Monitoring Electricity while integrating with BMS Ohm Portal Manage Ohm units and set alerts Ohm Distributed IO & Sense Monitoring Climate Lobby Dashboard Occupant facing experience Buddy Platform Collects data fromOhm Units
  43. 43. Buddy Ohm in Adelaide office On track to reduce their energy consumption and cost by 44% Projected $7k savings can be reinvested back into the business Supporting behaviour change in office
  44. 44. Adelaide’s living future as a laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  45. 45. A conversation on the development of a smart city citizen living lab u Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  46. 46. Ageing Well Living Lab at Tonsley The unique proposition for an Ageing Well Living Lab at Tonsley aims to capture the complete assistive care value chain from residential living, research and product development to training and education for the healthcare jobs of the future. Ultimately, the project aims to improve lives for older people
  47. 47. Adelaide as a living laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  48. 48. Provider – Driven Living labs are launched as a result of actions by educational institutes, universities Utiliser – Driven Companies that launch and promote living labs to develop their businesses Enabler – Driven Living Labs initialized by enablers are typically public-sector projects that pursue societal improvements User-Driven Living labs are established by user communities and focus on solving users’ everyday-life problems Co-ordination Approach Participation Approach Top - down Exhalation - dominated Bottom - up Inhalation - dominated Leminen, Westerlund, Nystrom TIM 2012 & Leminen 2013 TMIN Types of Living Labs
  49. 49. 1. Provider and 3 Utiliser driven Business/ Industry Test Bed Funded Commercially driven Academic focus Entrepreneurial 2. Enabler driven Problem solving platforms Technology enablers Innovation enablers Collaboration mechanisms 4. User driven Citizen End User involvement Problem perspective Quality of life Understanding of creative commons Open co creation Adelaide as a Living Lab Equality Shared vision and understanding Multiple actors and enablers Adelaide living laboratory maturity
  50. 50. Adelaide as a liveable city is here now Carbon Neutral (low carbon ) City Future CitySmart CitySustainable CityGreen CityFunctional City Climate Resilient and Adaptive u Steps to an Ecologically Sustainable City Economic and Integrated Creative and Vibrant Managed and Regenerative Resource efficient systems, green infrastructure, socially inclusive and affordable, sustainable transport Technological advancement and open data, creative and entrepreneurial Embracing Living Lab Culture Integrated Development of the Carbon Neutral Economy Embracing Circular Economy Resource Smart Green and Resilient Water , Energy Efficient and Waste Recycling - Tree Planting Pollution Control Water , Energy Supply meet demand and Waste collected
  51. 51. ICT accelerating SDG in Adelaide through embracing elements of Living Labs Adelaide Low Carbon Living Lab Smart City Studio Green industries /Innovz Partnership Buddy Energy Action Lab Ageing Well GIG City CISCO Lighthouse City Governme nt leadership Research Consortiu ms Deliberative democracy Open State This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-NC-NDThis Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  52. 52. https://openlivinglabs.net.au Contacts Acknowledgments • Paul Daly: Smart City Studio City of Adelaide • Nick Faulkner: Smart City Consortium Adelaide University • Aaron Davis: CRC for Low Carbon Living Uni of SA • Vaughan Levitzke: Green Industries SA • Beth Worrall Buddy • Phil.Donaldson@sustainsa.com.au • Gareth@actionforesight.net • A.Third@westernsydney.edu.au
  53. 53. Adelaide as a living laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  54. 54. Adelaide as a living laboratory Adelaide embracing living laboratory culture toward innovation and accelerating sustainability
  55. 55. LIVING LAB EXAMPLES ADAM OLSZEWSKI (POZNAN LIVING LAB)
  56. 56. © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium Grant Agreement No 688156 symobIoTe symbiosis of smart objects across environments IoT Adam Olszewski, Poznan Suprcomputing and NC GSTIC Conference, Oct 24th 2017, Brussels
  57. 57. Who we are • 14 partners • SMEs w/ IoT solutions • research institutes • universities • large companies use cases: • smart residence • smart campus • smart mobility • smart yachting • smart stadium
  58. 58. IoT interoperability – the symbIote way Level - 1 - Resource registry - Resource search - Semantic mapping - Secure access - Domain Enablers Level - 2 - Platform federation - Resource bartering Level - 3 - Gateway interworking - Local interactions Level - 4 - Device migration - Device roaming 3 © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium
  59. 59. © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium Living Lab Findings (End User Validation) symbIoTe Adam Olszewski, Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center Poznan Living Lab Workshop OC1, July 6th 2017, Poznan
  60. 60. The Goal 7 © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium •To embrace the perspectives and expectations of IoT platform owners and their clients addressing value flows, stakeholders, business models and data sharing processes in cross- platform contexts.
  61. 61. Key activities - Team C CLIENT IoT platform 13 © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium
  62. 62. Company X + smart stadium Decent work and economic growth 15 © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium
  63. 63. Company X + smart stadium 16 Decent work and economic growth
  64. 64. Company Y + smart yachting 17 • Responsible consumption & clean water
  65. 65. © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium Company Y + smart yachting 18 Responsible consumption & clean water
  66. 66. Company Z + Smart city 19 • Sustainable cities and communities • Justice and strong institutions
  67. 67. Company Z + Smart city 20 Sustainable city and communities
  68. 68. NEW DATA/SENSORS (in bold): • Company X/smart stadium: indoor location, geofence alerts, event management, man-down detection, man-down detection, raw data from wearable sensors, beacons, user accounts, instruction messages, pressure sensors (for seats), navigation, temperature, humidity, SOS alerts, VoIP sound • Company Y/smart city: measured noise, noise level in dB, noise for a given location (latitude, longitude), noise in a given device (sensor id), noise at given time (timestamp), temperature, humidity, air pressure, number of cars passing, public transport info, air quality (CO2, NO2) • Company Z/smart yachting: humidity, air temperature, PH, water temperature, ORP, water level measurements, realtime ship space availability, availability historical data, berth space occupancy status, marina- related info, ship space coordinates, space names, marina pricing policies, user specific data, position/distance sensing, ship fuel level 18 NEW key resources
  69. 69. Value proposition – goals before General goals we expected stakeholders wished to accomplish via SymbIoTe: • to sell more products • to install infrastructure • to improve provided services • to set proper prices
  70. 70. Value proposition - goals after Market-specific goals of real-life stakeholders : • to organize personnel presence • to reduce queues • to monitor quality of life • to count traffic • to change local policies • to monitor security officers • to bill the yachts • to find empty spaces for docking • to monitor how many yachts are in the port • to navigate yachts • to distribute transport profiles
  71. 71. 21 © 2016 – The symbIoTe Consortium Priority stakeholders
  72. 72. • 2nd open call – deadline: 31 oct 2017 – budget: 540k€ (~10 x 50k€), no equity • what we are looking for – IoT platforms – cross-domain apps – small-scale trials • what you gain – investigate openness of your platform – discover added value offerings SMEs Startups app devs Let’s work together! 1st Open Call winners
  73. 73. LIVING LAB EXAMPLES ARTUR SERRA (I2CAT, CATLABS PROJECT)
  74. 74. The Catlabs project Artur Serra, Vicepresident of EnoLL Artur.serra@i2cat.net G-STIC Congress. Brussels, October 23-24, 2017
  75. 75. The Lab: Moedas’ Vision for 2030. “The year is 2030. Open Science has become a reality and is offering a whole range of new, unlimited opportunities for research and Discovery worldwide. Scientists, citizens, publishers, research institutions, public and private research funders, students and education professionals as well as companies from around the globe are sharing an open, virtual environment called The Lab”. (Carlos Moedas, Open Innovation, Open Science and Open to the World. 2016 : 22.)
  76. 76. The world of labs.
  77. 77. The Lab: the new social structure upon the Net. a S Infra struct. The NET THE LAB Structures Super struct.
  78. 78. The Catlabs program: A program of the Regional Government, part of the regional S3 strategy (2016-2020)
  79. 79. The Lab: from a vision to an hypothesis Is it possible to create a universal innovation system for every citizen, upon Internet?
  80. 80. Catlabs: a prototype of such system Local Innovation Labs. Metropolitan Labs. Highly Specialized Labs
  81. 81. 91 CATLABS Platform a citizen-based open innovation, open research, open to the world platform. • Open to every citizen • Generating challenges • Offering skills • Sharing resources • Common training • Open innovation methods • Glocal platform
  82. 82. Thanks a lot, J Brussels, October 24th, 2017 G-STIC Congress
  83. 83. LIVING LAB EXAMPLES DIMITRI SCHUURMAN (IMAC)
  84. 84. ENTREPRENEURIAL LIVING LAB SERVICES PUBLIC DR. DIMITRI SCHUURMAN @DIMISCHUURMAN
  85. 85. LIVING LABS AS A SERVICE
  86. 86. EMPOWERING USERS TO IMPACT THE INNOVATION PROCESS IMPROVE DIGITAL INNOVATIONS BYACTIVELY INVOLVING USERS & @EXPERTS THROUGH CO-CREATION & REAL-LIFE INTERVENTION OUTSIDE OF CONTROLLED LAB ITERATIONS OF DESIGN CYCLES MULTI- STAKEHOLDER
  87. 87. INNOVATRIX KICK-OFF WORKSHOP 3 ASSUMPTIONS POSITIVELYVALIDATED ASSUMPTION NEGATIVELY VALIDATED ASSUMPTION CUSTOMER SEGMENT CURRENT PRACTICES NEEDS VALUE PROPOSITION SOLUTION BARRIERS VALUE CAPTURE KEY PARTNERS
  88. 88. LIVING LAB PROJECT APPROACH POWERED IMEC.LIVINGLABS CONTEXTUAL USER INSIGHT S CO- CREATED CONCEPT FIELDTRIAL W/ PROTOTYP E VALIDATED G2M & ROADMA P EXPLORE WITH POTENTIONAL USERS EXPERIMENT WITH TEST USERS TREND IDEATION DESIGN USER TESTING PLANNING
  89. 89. 100 ENTREPRENEURIAL SERVICE PROJECTS 60% LINKED TO SUSTAINABILITY GOALS 8% 8% 6% 7% 9% 13% 5% 3% 6
  90. 90. 6 FOR GOOD Starting point: - Idea for product scanning app to stimulate sustainable buying Living Lab activities: - - - - Co-creation sessions & persona creation UX-testing Small-scale field trial with MVP Adoption potential assessment Outcomes: - Feature iteration & rescoping to ecological footprint App available in app & Play stores +1K downloads B2B business model - - -
  91. 91. NAZKA/ AIRCHECKR Starting point: - Platform for collecting and visualizing air quality Living Lab activities: - - - - - Ideation & co-creation sessions Crowdsourcing Survey Small-scale field trial Stakeholder interviews Outcomes: - - Use case definition: acts as data broker Combination real-time & historical data on maps https://www.aircheckr.com/- 7
  92. 92. 8 PARTAGO Starting point: - Single entrepreneur with idea for electrical car sharing app in Ghent Living Lab activities: - - - - Segmentation survey Contextual inquiry current practices Field trial with 1 car & MVP app Evaluative co-creation Outcomes: - - - - Business model iteration: cooperative Extra features 276 members 16 electrical cars
  93. 93. OVAM SYMBIOSIS PLATFORM 9 Starting point: - Transforming the ad hoc Symbiose matchmaking process into an online platform Living Lab activities: - Stakeholder interviews - Data visualization - Platform co-design & prototyping - UX-testing - Open & Linked Data model - Business model design Outcomes: - PoC of platform - UX-testing to start
  94. 94. City of Things - Antwerp • IoT living and technology lab • Quadruple helix innovation projects • (big) data collection & monitoring tools for behaviour analysis & experiments
  95. 95. REAL-TIME EXPERIENCE SAMPLING LOGGING USER EXPERIENC E SAMPLING & BEHAVIOUR CHANGE USER EXPEREINCE & BEHAVIOUR DASHBOARD REAL-TIME TRIGGER CONTEXTPROGRAMMAB LE RULE ENGINE
  96. 96. CONCLUSION 108 Sustainability goals not an explicit focus, yet entrepreneurial support through Living Lab services Acitive user involvement Real-life experimentation Business model framework City of Things as IoT Living Lab & testbed Focus on smart city applications QH involvement Behaviour logging & analysis - experiments with behaviour change
  97. 97. PUBLI C
  98. 98. LIVING LAB EXAMPLES DR.BELINDA CHAN (LIVING LAB TAIWAN)
  99. 99. • 2017/10/24 • Dr. Belinda Chen Living Lab Taiwan
  100. 100. Operated by Institute for Information Industry(III), which established jointly by the Ministry of Economic Affairs of Taiwan and the members from academic and industrial communities. Started running in Minsheng community of Taipei City since 2008 and expanded to Songshan District with 300,000 residents. Became one of Adherent members of ENoLL in the 3rd Wave Call (2009) and to be the Effective member in February 2014. Link cross-field innovation, creativity, community and entrepreneurship. Taiwan Living Lab Bring Innovation and Science Closer to the Citizen!
  101. 101. Living Lab Activities
  102. 102. n Host“Smart Service Innovation Workshops” n Demands of people, creative ideas, and innovative products/services can be inspired. IDEAS Creation Maker Space Service Design Workshops
  103. 103. Hackathons Students, programmers, designers, and makers are invited to attend hackathons to build working prototypes and demonstrate the feasibility of the creative ideas.
  104. 104. Living Lab Trials n An accelerated testing ground for new products and services in which potential users evaluate their potential acceptance. n Bring innovation and science closer to the citizen!
  105. 105. Service Testing Activities with Users
  106. 106. Service Trials of inMedia Providing all exhibition info and interactive services. >60,000 people had used. World Design Fair > 90,000 people used, >500,000 photo taken. Taipei Flora Expo Cultural Creative Industry Set up 11 machines, >380,000 people experienced within the cultural and creative Expo. Smart Kiosk Service Testing in Songshan District Service is being carried out in Office, Train Station, Sports Center, Market, ITeS Building, and Airport. 600,000 people have used the service With “Face Identification function”, the monitor would display different fortune poems in accordance with gender and age. >200,000 people had used it. Super “Bobi” fortune poems machine
  107. 107. Integration of Wearable Devices & Exercise Management 118 Volunteers 3583 8 Test Fields 8 Weeks 20-60 Yrs ©VitExercise App Measurements: • Physical Fitness • Body compositions • Body measurements ü Wearable Device + App + IoT Cloud proved to be effective in health management. ü Enhanced fitness incentive and exercise habits ü Improved user’s health & fitness Wearable Device
  108. 108. Achievements
  109. 109. Living Labs Taiwan won the first-ever “Best Living Lab Project Award” launched by ENoLL (European Network of Living Labs) in 2016. • Conducting a multi-site experiment (8 operational environments involved) through the precise execution of SOPs and coordinated synergy management to obtain evidence-based, verifiable results. • Demonstrating the importance of ICT technology in promoting a healthier lifestyle, encouraging physical activity, preventing disease and ensuring human health. Video Link
  110. 110. Achievements with Public Sectors Taiwan Living Lab signed a MOU with the Songshan District office of Taipei city (Left :Gary Gong ;Right: the Supervisor of Songshan District) We co-work with Songshan Dist. to win the best service award in Taipei City Accepted official Grateful Award (Left : Chairman of III; Right: the Supervisor of Songshan District) Be widely reported by Taiwanese media
  111. 111. Achievements with Private Sectors Clients Services Achievements Citibank A) POS Design Assisted Citibank to establish electronic billboards for advertising purposes at Songshan Airport , focusing on the Users’ Digital Experience. Realtek Semi- conductor Corp. A) POS Design B) Establishment of Business Operation I. Developed an Eco-System for new media services at Songshan Airport. II. Helped Realtek find users to the pilot, establishing an industrial chain of digital content industry, helped to derive the start-up company ”Bobitag Tech”. ATUNAS A) POS Design B) Consumption & Operation Analysis Collected and analyzed 300 hikers’ data to help ATUNAS gain consumer Insight and predict their operation and management costs. Taipull Electric A) POS Design B) Service System Testing Helped 5 shops in Zhongli District develop an “Energy Saving System”, setting up a digital platform to analyze data to estimate the system’s benefits. Aishende A) POS Design Helped gain UX data from more than 5,000 participants that took part in a series of interactive services in Songshan Cultural and Creative Park Helped improve the interactive and operative media interface.
  112. 112. “The Golden Service Testing Awards Competition” More than 200 teams including students, start-ups and companies participated in the activity in 2013 & 2014. We host… We received domestic and global awards iStudy ComCare Achievements with Young Talents
  113. 113. THANK YOU
  114. 114. LIVING LAB EXAMPLES MRS SAMIA CHELBI (DIGIART LIVING LAB TUNIS-NABEUL)
  115. 115. VIDEO FROM SAMIA CHELBI
  116. 116. Q&A
  117. 117. SESSION CONCLUSION
  118. 118. OVERALL CONCLUSION
  119. 119. 1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger 3. Good Health and Well-Being 4.Quality Education 5. Gender Equality 6. Clean Water and Sanitation 7. Affordable and Clean Energy 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 9. Industry Innovation & Infrastructure 10. Reduced inqualities 11. Sustainable cities and Communities 12. Responsible Consumption and Production 13. Climate Action 14. Life Below Water 15. Life on Land 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 17. Partnership for the Goals 17 Sustainable Developement Goals People think of LLs Panelists think of LLs 1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger 3. Good Health and Well-Being 4.Quality Education 5. Gender Equality 6. Clean Water and sanitation 7. Affordable and Clean Energy 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 9. Industry Innovation & Infrastructure 10. Reduced inqualities 11. Sustainable cities and Communities 12. Responsible Consumption and Production 13. Climate Action 14. Life Below Water 15. Life on Land 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 17. Partnership for the Goals
  120. 120. 1. No Poverty 2. Zero Hunger 3. Good Health and Well-Being 4.Quality Education 5. Gender Equality 6. Clean Water and sanitation 7. Affordable and Clean Energy 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 9. Industry Innovation & Infrastructure 10. Reduced inqualities 11. Sustainable cities and Communities 12. Responsible Consumption and Production 13. Climate Action 14. Life Below Water 15. Life on Land 16. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 17. Partnership for the Goals 17 Sustainable Developement Goals Areas to improve People think of LLs Panelists think of LLs
  121. 121. THANK YOU!

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