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Alvaro Oliveira Connected Smart Cities Workshop at CKIR in Helsinki August 26, 2011

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  • Prof. lvaro Duarte de Oliveira Aalto University

    Connected Smart Cities Network

    CKIR Workshop 2011

  • Overview

    Big Challenges of our Cities Smart Cities Open Innovation and Living Labs ENoLL and Globalization PERIPHRIA Project Smart Cities Portfolio Working Group Connected Smart Cities Network Conclusions and Recommendations

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  • Big Challenges for our Cities

    Wellbeing and assisted living. Health and ageing Climate change Energy sustainability Demographic shifts Sustainable water and food supplies Green mobility Sustainable housing Waste management Security

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  • Why the attention?

    Because open innova-on and smart ci-es emerge as a focal cross-cu6ng theme and strategy in present discussions about the Future Internet, Living Labs, and Innova-on and Compe--veness-driven (Urban) Development.

    We need to beEer understand the challenges and the pathways to the smart-er city in the context of what Europeans have entrusted collec-vely in their smart ci-es outlook

    Respond to the quest of the research and academic communi-es to iden-fy the dening components, cri-cal insights and ins-tu-onal means to create Smart Ci-es

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    Source: PERIPHRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva)

  • EU Smart Cities Innovation Policies

    It is in the heart of i2010role of end-users in the Digital Society in sustaining services, applica-ons and content genera-on for scalability and mass-market

    Bringing together Future Internet technologies with Living Labs methodologies and prac-ces as a viable way forward

    2020 Strategy emphasizes smart, sustainable and inclusive growth; innova-on is where progress is mostly needed

    Other EU programmes -Lisbon and Gothenburg strategies, Territorial Agenda, URBACT, Leipzig Urban Charter call for using all urban poten-als to address all dimensions of SD at the same -me and with the same weight through innova-on.

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    Source: PERIPHRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva)

  • Dimension of Smart Cities Open Innovation

    In developing collabora-ve processes between local smart ci-zens, government and developer communi-es

    In oering a new way for ci-zens to share not just in the design but also in the delivery of services and contribute their own wisdom and experience in ways that can broaden and strengthen services and make them more eec-ve

    In providing a viable agenda for a smart city system change

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    Source: PERIPHRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva)

  • Smart Cities emerging trends Social interac;on is in the heart of the smart city model, in which the

    infrastructures and services are jointly and dynamically discovered, invoked and composed by providers and users alike.

    Crea;ng open digital ci;zen-developer communi;es and establishing private-public-people partnerships (PPPPs) to nd dynamic and imagina-ve ways to interact and create, drawing inspira-on and experience from open innova-on and sustainable urban development.

    Deploying convergent Future Internet plaLorms and services for the promo-on of sustainable life and work styles in and across emergent networks of smart ci-es.

    Crea;ng Smart Open Innova;on Urban Ecosystems specic urban se6ngs or innova-on playgrounds which combine innova-on and social and commercial ac-vi-es to enable open innova-on and showcase the benets for locali-es of growing smarter and more sustainable.

    Building new collabora;ons and networks so ci-es can understand innova-on, innovators understand ci-es, ci-zens to become eec-vely engaged and users to become content and service producers and deliverers.

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    Source: PERIPHRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva)


    Wicked problems call for diverse types of knowledge, resource, participation and collaboration.

    Behaviour change requires the motivation of millions of individuals and their communities; solutions cannot be pushed.

    New, distributed and highly participatory systems imply new roles for public and private spheres: demand/user/citizen driven open RDI enabled by ICT.

    Living Labs: open eco-systems engage and motivate stakeholders, stimulate collaboration, create lead markets and enable behavior transformation.

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  • The Living Labs approach and methodology setting for open innovation

    As a plaXorm for implemen-ng an open innova-on model to pilot dierent ini-a-ves towards the Europe 2020 perspec-ve of well-being and sustainability.

    As a user-driven innova-on ecosystems based on a business-ci-zens-government partnership to enable users to take ac-ve part in the research, development and innova-on process

    As an ecosystem in which new products and services are created, prototyped and used in real--me environments

    Where users are not treated as object in the innova-on process or as mere customers, but as early stage contributors and innovators

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    Source: PERIPHRIA (Krassimira Paskaleva)

  • 274 LLS 236 EU LLs

    38 Non-EU LLs

    1st Wave 19

    2nd Wave 32

    3rd Wave 68

    4th Wave 93

    5th Wave 62

    Total 274

    European Network of Living Labs (1/2)

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  • European Network of Living Labs (2/2)

    Living Labs enable the co-crea-on of user-driven and human-centric research, development and innova-on of technologies, products and services focused on well-being of people

    ENoLL contributes to the crea-on of a dynamic, mul--layer and mul-dimensional European Innova-on ecosystem

    ENoLL aims at the Future Internet, Living Labs and Smart Ci-es convergence

    ENoLL globaliza-on fosters open interna-onal collabora-on to solve the big challenges of our -mes, thus contribu-ng to global well being , prosperity and stability

    ENoLL facilitates the coopera-on and the exploita-on of synergies between members and groups of members (thema-c domains), Smart Ci-es is one of the ENoLL Thema-c Domains

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  • Smart Ci;es PorLolio Working Group

    Co-Crea-ng Cross-Border Synergies and Networking for Future Internet enabled services in Smart Ci-es

    Dave Carter, Head, Manchester Digital Development Agency

    (MDDA), Manchester City Council, UK

  • The CIP Smart Cities Portfolio Projects

    Smart Ci;zens in Smart Ci;es

    6 more projects call for negotiation to start before end of 2011

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  • Smart Cities Projects Roadmap

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    Sustainable Smart Ci-es

    Sustainable Smart Regions

    2007 2011

  • Supporting the Smart Cities Portfolio

    Crea-ng synergies between the emerging Smart Ci-es network, Living Labs and the Future Internet community

    Building on network experience to date: Euroci-es, European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), Future Internet Assembly (FIA)

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  • Smart Cities Portfolio Priorities

    Connected Smart Ci-es Network launched: Helsinki conference, Nov. 2010

    Currently developing the workplan of the Smart Ci-es PorXolio Working Group: City of Manchester is Chair

    Work in partnership with Euroci-es, ENoLL, FIA and other networks to promote Smart Ci-es and plan collabora-ve work, including knowledge exchange

    Communica-ons plan being developed in partnership with the European Commission

    Exploi-ng projects links with key decision makers at city, regional, na-onal and interna-onal level

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  • Smart Cities Outcomes

    Se6ng out the basis for long term collabora-on between Smart Ci-es, Living Labs and Future Internet

    Crea-ng open innova-on networks for new smart apps and services for city use-cases and test-beds

    Adding People in to create PPPPs Public-Private-People-Partners Smart Ci-es needs Smart Ci-zens

    Co-crea-ng innova-ve new business models for service delivery

    Suppor-ng new projects as they develop

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  • Leading to Sustainable Smart Cities

    Virtual connections strengthen human togetherness and revive local communities and values

    Empower the neighbourhoods to take ownership of their local activities and influence decisions that may affect them

    Connect neighbourhoods and encourage and facilitate citizen collaboration for common good

    Engage mass participation and drive behaviour transformation to address the big challenge of our time

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  • Connected Smart Cities Network (1/2)

    Connected Smart Ci-es Network idea CKIR Workshop (Eero Hols-lla, lvaro Oliveira) August 2008

    APOLLON Project November 2009 FIREBALL Project May 2010 Smart Ci-es Project PorXolio (1) November 2010 Connected Smart Ci-es Network launch November

    2010 Connected Smart Ci-es Network opera-onaliza-on

    CKIR Workshop August 2011 Smart Ci-es Project PorXolio (2) September 2011

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  • Connected Smart Cities Network was launched under the EU-funded (7th Framework Programme) FIREBALL-project in Helsinki on November 18th, 2010 by the cities of Amsterdam, Manchester, Lisbon, Barcelona and Helsinki.

    Aims to establish a collaboration mechanism through which a network of Smart Cities across Europe engages in long-term collaboration for adopting User Driven Open Innovation to explore the opportunities of the Future Internet and to support cities to innovate in order to tackle the major s