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Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIP by Director Mario Campolargo, European Commission


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Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIPby Director Mario Campolargo, European Commission, Directorate F: Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures. DG INFSO. Smart Cities & the Future Internet organised by Fireball, Eurocities and ENoLL on January 25th, 2012.

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Horizon 2020 & EC Innovation policy and Smart Cities EIP by Director Mario Campolargo, European Commission

  1. 1. Smart Cities and the Future Internet Workshop by Eurocities and Fireball Brussels, 25th January 2012 Mário Campolargo European Commission - DG INFSO Director, Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures"The views expressed in this presentation are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Commission" 1
  2. 2. smart, sustainable, inclusive cities offer an ideal platform for ICT and otherindustries to integrate and test new concepts to serve Europe’s sustainable future ~80% of the population lives in cities ~75% of CO2 is produced in cities ~75% of energy is consumed in cities 2
  3. 3. smart citiescitizen engagement and participationadvanced innovation ecosystemsinnovative broadband internet infrastructureopen access to data 3
  4. 4. smart cities – open innovation§  local factor §  digital society§  co-localisation / specialisation §  knowledge economy§  “spillover” effects §  intangible assets§  data aggregation §  administrative responsibility§  social networks / sensors §  trust between multiple actors§  “mash up” applications §  SMEs in the digital society, the process of wealth and value creation has changed, transforming the power relations between firms, individuals, users, and Public Institutions 4
  5. 5. from research to innovation + Medium to long term research on the FP7 Future Internettechnological risk FIRE Large scale experimentation/ collaboration FI PPP Short to medium term system level research combining application pull and technology push CIP Accelerating take-up of technologies which come out of the labs and are mature for innovation - - time to market + 5
  6. 6. FI PPP: structure and projectsCall 1 Call 2 Call 3 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 6
  7. 7. FIRE + Living Lab methodology§  FIRE – experimental facilities... technical dimension as well as social and ethical.Living Labs are examples of real environments inwhich best practices of open innovation are applied§  Living Labs Networks§  Living labs methodologies applied to European projects§  Exploring new perspectives of the Living Labs methodologies 7
  8. 8. 2014-20 financial framework Put forward by the Commission end of June Common Agricultural Policy €372 billion 36%ICT opportunities Cohesion Policy €336 billion 33% Connecting Europe facility €40 billion 4% Research and Innovation €80 billion 8% Education and youth €15 billion 2% Migration and internal security €8 billion 1% External Action €70 billion 7% Administration €63 billion 6% 1.05% of EU GNI in commitments = € 1025 billion over 7 years (2011 prices) 8
  9. 9. cohesion funds – smart specialisationFocus on:§  research & innovation§  information and communication technologies (ICT)§  competitiveness of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)§  shift towards a low-carbon economy§  climate change adaptation & risk prevention and management§  environmental protection & resource efficiency§  sustainable transport & removing bottlenecks in key network infrastructures§  employment & supporting labour mobility§  social inclusion & combating poverty§  education, skills & lifelong learning§  institutional capacity building & efficient public administrations 9
  10. 10. Connecting Europe facilityCommission proposal in November 2011 to promote thecompletion of§  "transport core network“ (€ 21.7 billion + € 10 billion)§  "energy priority corridors" (€ 9.1 billion)§  and key digital infrastructure (network and services) (€ 9.2 billion)to combine market based instruments and EU direct support tooptimise impact 10
  11. 11. Horizon 2020 Tackling Societal Challenges IndustrialLeadership & Excellent Competitive LEIT… Science Frameworks Base ICT Future Internet… Budget:€80 billion 11
  12. 12. what is next?§  Understand the needs of regional/local actors§  Move from testing innovative ideas to piloting realistic solutions that will help us deliver in the 2020 timeframe§  Take a comprehensive and integrated approach; break down silos between domains such as buildings, transport, energy networks and ICT§  Ensure that solutions are actually taken up by key stakeholders, including citizens§  Smart cities are a perfect framework:§  To put the Future Internet Technologies “in context”§  To take advantage of the new EU policy approach, with tighter integration between Research, innovation, regional deployment 12
  13. 13. making our society smarterSmart Energy Smart Living Future InternetSmart Health Smart Transport 13