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D1.1 Story Lines of Four Different Showcases for Media Production

D1.1 Story Lines of Four Different Showcases for Media Production

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The four different showcases will be developed to represent innovative uses of Future Internet in Smart Cities. They include pilot projects, ideas, experimentsand proposals related to Smart Cities, Future Internet and Living Labs. This report  presents how storylines of for four different showcases are developed and alsoillustrates storylines of each showcase. Storylines are visualized in the WP4
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The over-all objective of the FIREBALLproject is to coordinate and alignmethodologies and approaches in thedomains of Future Internet (FI)research and experimentation testbedsand user driven open innovationtowards successful innovation in smartcity environments.In doing so, and in covering the wholeFI research and innovation value chaindriven by smart cities being the usersof the FI, FIREBALL aims to establisheffective forms of cooperation acrossthe FI innovation value chain, creatingsynergies and cooperation practicesamong different research andinnovation communities related to theFI.www.fireball4smartcities.eu
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Project Type Coordinating ActionProject name FIREBALLProject ID FP7-ICT-2009-5Deliverable D1.1 (M20)Deliverable name Storylines of ShowcasesWork package WP1, Task 1.1Object typeObject titleVersion 1.0Status FinalResponsible org. University of Oulu (UOulu)Creators Esa Posio, UOulu (editor)Anna Kivilehto (IBBT)Veli-Pekka Niitamo (CKIR)Alvaro Oliveira (Alfamicro)Joana Fernandes (Lisboa E-Nova)Ger Baron (AIM)Adrian Slatcher (MCC)Jean Barroca (Alfamicro)Submitted 22.12.2011Approved dateApproved by Jean-Pierre Euzen, EC ProjectOfficer
 
 
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INTRODUCTION
The four different identified showcases will be developed to represent innovativeuses of Future Internet in Smart Cities. This report presents how storylines of forfour different showcases are developed and also illustrates storylines of eachshowcase.As Director Campolargo in his presentation on January 2012 states Smart Citiesframework is on the frontline in Horizon 2020 and on open innovationenvironment. This document supports how to put the Future InternetTechnologies “in context” and to take advantage of the new EU policy approach,with tighter integration between Research, innovation and regional deployment
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OBJECTIVE AND CONTEXT
 
The over-all objective of the FIREBALL project is to coordinate and alignmethodologies and approaches in the domains of Future Internet (FI) researchand experimentation test beds and user driven open innovation towardssuccessful innovation in smart city environments.In doing so, and in covering the whole FI research and innovation value chaindriven by smart cities being the users of the FI, FIREBALL aims to establisheffective forms of cooperation across the FI innovation value chain, creatingsynergies and cooperation practices among different research and innovationcommunities related to the FI.Identification of the common assets
 
(e.g. facilities, methods, communities) thatcan be made available by different constituencies related to Future Internet openinnovation is essential for potential future showcases that are developed bySmart Cities. The common assets include technical infrastructures, test-beds,know-how, technologies and applications, methodologies and tools, and usercommunities.Showcases will be developed representing innovative uses of Future Internet inSmart Cities. The showcase candidates will be collected from the citiesrepresented in the FIREBALL consortium.The 4 showcases identified includes pilot projects, assets, ideas, experimentsand proposals related to Smart Cities, Future also Internet and the Living Labsdomains. These will be combined in the FIREBALL Showcases that will gather,analyze integrate and distribute also relevant case studies, trends, news updatesand industry and academic highlights. These showcases will be supported byuser-generated content, desktop research and other monitoring activities.The showcases descriptions will be created in the format
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to bepresented in this document and visualized in the FIREBALL work package 4.GA of FIREBALL project has agreed that the 2 first showcases will be collectedfrom the cities represented in the FIREBALL consortium. Those are Helsinki andBarcelona. The 4 showcases elicit the future needs of cities from the perspectiveof user driven open innovation and create requirements and demand forcommon assets (resources).
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 http://www.slideshare.net/openlivinglabs/mcam-eurocities-25-january-2012-final, referred on23.4.2012

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