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Apollon - A Catalogue of state-of-the-art concepts, existing tools and lessons learned for crossborder Living Lab networks

Apollon - A Catalogue of state-of-the-art concepts, existing tools and lessons learned for crossborder Living Lab networks

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In the last years there has been an increasing number of Living Labs throughout Europe, which are gradually forming a vibrant and still growing community. These Living Labs do not only differ in the composition and approach but also in the domains they address and their approach. Various emerging Living Lab networks have been set up on the European, the regional, and the national levels which mainly exchange high-level principles and best practices for individual Living Lab set-up and implementation.
The next step that is needed for those Living Labs to move from awareness creation to true collaboration, is to implement a more detailed analysis of Europe-wide user, market and technology characteristics and an economically more valuable mode of experimentation, by networking, comparing and scaling up cross-border Living lab networks. It is of particular importance to facilitate the participation of SMEs including micro-entrepreneurs both as users and suppliers in this process.
In the last years there has been an increasing number of Living Labs throughout Europe, which are gradually forming a vibrant and still growing community. These Living Labs do not only differ in the composition and approach but also in the domains they address and their approach. Various emerging Living Lab networks have been set up on the European, the regional, and the national levels which mainly exchange high-level principles and best practices for individual Living Lab set-up and implementation.
The next step that is needed for those Living Labs to move from awareness creation to true collaboration, is to implement a more detailed analysis of Europe-wide user, market and technology characteristics and an economically more valuable mode of experimentation, by networking, comparing and scaling up cross-border Living lab networks. It is of particular importance to facilitate the participation of SMEs including micro-entrepreneurs both as users and suppliers in this process.

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DELIVERABLE
Project Acronym:
 
APOLLON
 
Grant Agreement number:
 
250516
 
Project Title:
 
Advanced Pilots of Living Labs Operating in Networks
 
Deliverable 1.1A Catalogue of state-of-the-art concepts, existing tools andlessons learned for crossborder Living Lab networks
Revision: FinalAuthors:Anna Ståhlbröst (LTU)Bram Lievens (IBBT)Christian Merz (SAP AG)Petra Turkama (Aalto University)
Project co-funded by the European Commission within the ICT Policy Support ProgrammeDissemination LevelP Public X
C Confidential, only for members of the consortium and the Commission Services
 
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Statementoforiginality:
Thisdeliverablecontainsoriginalunpublishedworkexceptwhereclearlyindicatedotherwise.Acknowledgementofpreviouslypublishedmaterialandoftheworkofothershasbeenmadethroughappropriatecitation,quotationorboth.Theinformationinthisdocumentisprovidedasisandnoguaranteeorwarrantyisgiventhattheinformationisfitforanyparticularpurpose.Theuserthereofusestheinformationatitssoleriskandliability.
 
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Table of Contents
1.
Summary........................................................................................................................................4
2.
Introduction.................................................................................................................................7
3.
Networkingtheories..................................................................................................................9
4.
LivingLabnetworks...............................................................................................................11
4.1
TowardsnetworksofLivingLabs.................................................................................................11
4.2
LivingLabnetworks–definitionandscope..............................................................................13
4.3
CurrentnetworksofLivingLabs...................................................................................................14
4.4
Lessonslearned...................................................................................................................................18
4.5
SWOTanalysisLLnetworks............................................................................................................20
4.6
CreatingtheApollonMethodologyFramework.......................................................................21
5.
CategorizationoftheAPOLLONMethodologyFramework.......................................22
5.1
ElementsoftheApollonMethodologyFramework.................................................................22
5.2
 Apollonmethodologycategories...................................................................................................24
5.2.1
Connect..............................................................................................................................................................24
5.2.2
SetBoundariesandengage.......................................................................................................................25
5.2.3
Supportandgovern.....................................................................................................................................26
5.2.4
Manageandtrack..........................................................................................................................................27
5.3
Summary................................................................................................................................................28
6.
SOTAanalysis–methodology..............................................................................................28
7.
CatalogueofStateoftheArt.................................................................................................30
7.1
Connect...................................................................................................................................................30
7.2
Setboundariesandengage..............................................................................................................36
7.3
SupportandGovern...........................................................................................................................46
7.4
ManageandTrack..............................................................................................................................59
8.
Conclusions................................................................................................................................67
9.
References..................................................................................................................................69
 AppendixA-SOTAinterviewguideline......................................................................................69

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