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Smart Co-creation in Espoo Innovation Garden

Urban Mill presentation at Connected Cities conference 30.1.2018 in Hong Kong, China. Presentation by pioneering Urban Mill member Dr. Jukka Viitanen from urban Mill Comnmunity

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Smart Co-creation in Espoo Innovation Garden

  1. 1. Dr. Jukka Viitanen, Resolute HQ Inc. Urban Mill Community 30 January 2018 Smart Co-creation in Espoo Innovation Garden Supported by:
  2. 2. Urban Mill Innovation Platform A Gateway to Espoo Innovation Garden’s People and Services Dr. Jukka Viitanen, CEO, Resolute HQ Inc., Pioneering member of Urban Mill Community Dr. Jukka Viitanen has extensive international experience in planning and managing innovation environments for global excellence. He is a co-author of a globally recognized publication: Hubconcepts™ - The Global Best Practice for Managing Innovation Ecosystems and Hubs. Resolute HQ Inc. is a professional service company specialising in planning, development and management of the innovation platforms and hubs. It provides expert services to its clients in auditing, evaluating and analysing platforms and their core strengths for a sustainable innovation outcomes, and train decision makers to develop practical implementation agenda for ecosystem growth. Resolute HQ is a member of Urban Mill service provider network. Urban Mill Co-working and Co-creation Platform for Urban Innovations is a Finnish public-private- people partnership run by a private company, Järvelin Design Ltd, and the City of Espoo as one of the main partners. It is situated at the heart of the Espoo Innovation Garden at Aalto University campus in Helsinki Metropolitan area. Urban Mill community includes change makers from public and private sector, researchers, entrepreneurs, students as well as local residents and other users of urban environments. Activities run in the Urban Mill respect open collaboration, cherishment of serendipity and open-doors philosophy and thus support a shared co-learning process. Entrepreneurial spirit and participation of all (including citizens, academics, business and public actors) is a characteristic feature of the Urban Mill. The Urban Mill experience shows the importance of focusing on a common theme to generate a bottom- up/open/participatory innovation process that delivers new capabilities, operational models and sustainable solutions to urban challenges
  3. 3. The Helsinki-Uusimaa Region (also called Helsinki Region or Uusimaa Region), is at the heart of northern Europe. It is situated on the south coast of Finland, and it is home to around 1.6 million inhabitants, which is 30 percent of the country’s total population. ESPOO INNOVATION GARDEN BEARS FRUIT FOR THE ENTIRE METROPOLITAN AREA AND ALL OF FINLAND Espoo Innovation Garden refers to innovative ways of working and a culture of collaboration and co-creation; it's a communal way of thinking and doing things in the City of Espoo. The heart of Espoo Innovation Garden is at the Keilaniemi-Otaniemi-Tapiola area, the biggest innovation hub in the Northern Europe. It is home for e.g. Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. People of 100 different nationalities working in the area make it a creative community of strong international character. Espoo Innovation Garden in the Heart of Helsinki Region!
  4. 4. Implementing Smart Specialisation Strategy in Helsinki-Uusimaa Region Smart specialisation is an innovative approach that aims to boost growth and jobs in Europe, by enabling each region to identify and develop its own competitive advantages. Through its partnership and bottom-up approach, smart specialisation brings together local authorities, academia, business spheres and the civil society, working for the implementation of long-term growth strategies supported by EU funds. Smart specialisation is an increasingly influencial concept and an essential part of the EU Structural Funds in the European Commission, the European regions and the EU Member States. The smart specialisation strategy for Helsinki-Uusimaa has been approved by the Regional Board in 2014 and updated by the board in 2017. Helsinki Smart Region is an ongoing process facilitated by Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council specialising in technology, wellbeing, cleantech and digitalisation. Different players from the whole Helsinki region - business, cities, public sector, research, education centres, start-ups and the citizen - create smart innovations and tests together. The aim is to double the effects of the regional innovative potential and to create international partnerships and establish different forms of EU cooperation. Helsinkismart.fi website shows the best examples from the region and links new partners from all over Europe. Projects which implement the smart specialization are regularly funded. -> www.helsinkismart.fi First ever smart specialisation innovation fair covering all strategic spearheads in Helsinki- Uusimaa region was arranged in 2016 in Urban Mill by UUSAIKA-project, Urban Mill, the City of Espoo and Helsinki- Uusimaa Regional Council.
  5. 5. Regional Smart Specialisation Case: UUSAIKA – Co-creation Initiative for Citizen City UUSAIKA project was implementing a part of the Helsinki-Uusimaa Region’s RIS3 strategy (Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialisation) from October 2015 to march 2017. The project was financed by Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council, the City of Espoo and Järvelin Design Ltd. The project was produced and orchestrated by Urban Mill. UUSAIKA project applied and tailored the Urban Mill model for the Helsinki-Uusimaa Region in order to activate and connect the innovation actors and activities of the whole region focusing on the RIS3 spearhead theme Welfare City (2018 Citizen City). During 18 months UUSAIKA project contributed to 200 thematic events which brought together 12,000 participants from 1,000 organisations and which provided communal activities, inclusive for all people from children to seniors and from public servants to entrepreneurs. The project mapped and visited a network of 80 co-working spaces from the Helsinki Metropolitan Area and supported the work of over 50 startup or development teams. The Co-working spaces were openly published on the Google map and the teams promoted through Urban Mill’s social and digital channels.
  6. 6. 6Aika – Open and Smart Services The Cooperation Strategy of the Six Cities Flagship of Finnish urban development; Based on the joint ambitions and challenges of the six biggest cities of Finland: Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Tampere, Turku and Oulu; Carried out as part of Finland’s structural fund programme for sustainable growth and jobs 2014-2020; Utilizes both ERDF and ESF funding. See https://6aika.fi/in-english/ How and why we work together: • Cities as experimentation environments for new products and services to create world-class reference sites • Collaboration to create economies of scale • Agile co-operation during and after the Six City Strategy to create and embed an operating model for joint urban development on different levels of city administration. Three focus areas • open innovation platforms • open data and interfaces • open participation and customership We create • new know-how, • new business • new jobs by utilizing • openness, • digitalization • partnerships
  7. 7. Modernizing Triple Helix: Aalto & Espoo Innovation Garden – A Successful Example of Place Based Innovation Ecosystem • Concentration of highly skilled human capital and research infrastructure • Vision, political commitment and collaborative culture of Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council and Espoo City • Emergence of a strong orchestrating actor: Aalto University, with its • Local culture of innovation and entrepreneurship • Focus on the potential and capability of people • Financial and policy support from central government • Successful involvement of entrepreneurs EU Joint Research Centre Policy Report: Place-Based Innovation Ecosystems: Espoo Innovation Garden and Aalto University (Finland), EUR – Scientific and Technical Research Report, 2017. -> http://bit.ly/2r2yJit
  8. 8. Space as a Service: Transforming the Aalto University Campus into a unique collaboration hub by welcoming partners to thematic areas Networking for a better future: Universities, cities, companies and regions University campus development supports multidisciplinary, thematic collaboration and open innovation in Helsinki Metropolitan region. 1. Espoo Innovation garden (Keilaniemi – Otaniemi symbiosis) 2. Multidisciplinary Otaniemi 3. Design ecosystem 4. Business division with Helsinki centre Regionally the University is a part of a larger innovation ecosystem with our partners around Laajalahti Bay, including the centre of Helsinki, Espoo Innovation Garden, business parks and for example Meilahti Health Capital initiative. Different parts of this ecosystem have varying emphasis on thematic branches of research and business. We will build a vibrant campus centre, which offers attractive opportunities for partnering, collaboration and sharing ideas and experiences. Antti Ahlava, Vice President, Campus Development, Aalto University
  9. 9. Startup Growth Path in Espoo Innovation Garden
  10. 10. Urban Mill – Co-working and Co-creation Platform for Urban Innovations A community: We open the door for passionate pioneering developers and early adopters of innovations to co-learn, co-design and co-deploy. A platform: Our physical and digital spaces are ideal for promoting, testing, developing and exhibiting new solutions which support urban life. An ecosystem node: We are connected to a spectrum of global networks through our community members and partners. Thus we are able to bring our complementary thematic expertise to several ecosystems. A global hub: We engage and bring together actors from around the world to co-create solutions to wicked urban challenges and share our learnings openly to our partner and member networks.
  11. 11. Urban Wheel ™ – Ecosystem Acceleration Process Elements “Life is lived forwards, but understood backwards.” ”If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go with others.”
  12. 12. Case: West Metro Growth Corridor as Platform for Citizen Engagement / Aalto Camp for Societal Innovation ACSI / City of Espoo See Innovation Camp Methodology Handbook (based on ACSI) on the EU Commission’s Smart Specialisation Platform: http://bit.ly/2GlWB90
  13. 13. Case: Iso Omena Service Centre / City of Espoo Your Innovation Platform The Iso Omena Service Centre, located in one of the biggest shopping centres in Finland, is a new kind of service concept for public services grouping together multiple city service units, such as a library, a health centre and youth services. The Service Centre is strategically located next to commercial services and excellent transport connections to make it easier for residents to use public services. The Service Centre also operates as an open innovation platform, bringing citizens, companies and communities together to develop open, smart and customer-oriented services and products together with city service units. There are for available for all stakeholders including companies to develop and showcase products and services: Pop-Up Spaces; Paja Maker Spaces; Agile pilots for co-creation which enables companies to offer and test solutions tailored to the Service Centre’s development needs. www.espoo.fi/en-US/Housing_and_environment/City_centres/MatinkylaOlari/Iso_Omena_Service_Centre
  14. 14. Case: School as a Service (SaaS) / City of Espoo & Aalto University Systemic Solution - Versatile Service Supporting Learning Jarmo Suominen / SCHOOL as a Service 2016 The operating model was awarded in the international Quality Innovation Award competition. SaaS is the award winner in the category of education sector 2016. With the SaaS innovative service architecture Espoo and Aalto University have developed tools for further development, methods to measure the impact and concept for future implementations. The City of Espoo and Aalto University are now executing next phases, with the second and third SaaS projects, and potentially utilizing City as a Service concept to other public services. The SaaS operating model will also be applied in a similar project to be started by Tongji University in Shanghai, China. www.espoo.fi/en-US/Childcare_and_education/Espoo_innovation_School_as_a_Service_gai(113490); https://aaltocre.fi/en/school-as-a-service-building-a-new-learning- environment/ The SaaS experiment started in 2015 when Haukilahti Upper Secondary School was chosen to be relocated on decentralized premises on the Aalto University campus in Otaniemi, Espoo. In 2017 Pohjois-Tapiola Upper Secondary School moved to the campus and became the second School applying the concept.
  15. 15. Case: KYKY Model / City of Espoo Accelerated Co-creation by Schools and Companies The KYKY-operating model, KYKY Co-Creation with Schools and Companies, began in 2016. Through the KYKY model, the school community develops products and services to support learning and growth with companies and communities. The aims is to develop both new learning environments and business opportunities. The KYKY operating model guarantees an easy and safe way to co-create with different actors systematically and efficiently, providing the participating companies a real-life development environment and understanding of the daily life of schools, teachers and pupils. In 2017, over 30 companies, more than a half of Espoo schools as well as some early childhood education units have already taken part in KYKY. ”Co-created with the City of Espoo Schools label” has already launched companies (such as Mightifier) to international markets in Asia and the US. The operating model is not only being scaled up to other Espoo services, but also to other cities in Finland, such as Oulu and Turku. • KYKY is an operating model for promoting the digitalisation of schools. • New products and services are created in real-life environments. • KYKY provides guidelines for co-creation by schools and companies in accordance with the new Finnish National Curriculum. • The co-operation is based on a development need recognised by the school. • For more information: https://citybusiness.fi/en/alustat/espoon- koulut-living-lab-2/
  16. 16. Case: Smart Kalasatama – Smart City District of Helsinki Smart Kalasatama, a brownfield district in Helsinki is a vivid Smart City experimental innovation platform to co-create smart&clean urban infrastructure and services. Smart Kalasatama is developed flexibly and through piloting, in close co-operation with 200 + stakeholders including residents, companies, city officials and researchers. Kalasatama district will offer a home for approximately 25,000 residents and jobs for 10,000 people by 2035. Currently, there are 3,000 people living in the area. The vision of Kalasatama is that smart services save one hour of citizen’s time every day. https://fiksukalasatama.fi/en/smart-city/ https://www.slideshare.net/insam/smart- kalasatama
  17. 17. Case: Robot Buses Pilot Project – SOHJOA-6Aika / Metropolia University of Applied Sciences / Helsinki, Espoo and Tampere Two robot buses have been on trial in Helsinki, Espoo and Tampere. The unique experiment aims to solve the challenges of urban mobility For companies, the robot buses offer a platform to develop and test their solutions in practice Finalist in the European Commission's Regiostar 2017 awards Latest step started in autumn 2017: Interreg BSR Baltic SOHJOA More information: sohjoa.fi/sohjoa-in-english SOHJOA-6Aika is part of a Finnish cities’ collaborative 6Aika - project family funded by European Structural Fund. Main partners are Aalto University, Forum Virium Helsinki, Finnish Geographical Institute and Tampere University of Technology. Operation of automated vehicles in Finnish environment is tested as part of the NordicWay - project funded by Finnish Transport Safety Agency Trafi and Finnish Transport Agency. NordicWay project tackles the challenges of new traffic services and road transport automation.
  18. 18. URBAN MILLCo-working and Co-creation Platform Prototype for Urban Innovations – Entrepreneurial Thought in Action! Your access to Espoo Innovation Garden’s people and services! Additional information www.urbanmill.org/stories Urban Mill on Facebook www.facebook.com/UrbanMill Subscribe to our newsletter! http://bit.ly/2rhtnkC Contact Ecosystems & RDI Services Community and Space Services Kari Mikkelä, Executive Producer Lars Miikki, Landing Location Manager kari.mikkela@urbanmill.fi lars.miikki@urbanmill.fi +358 50 5004 048 +358 40 5036 630 Resolute HQ Inc. Dr. Jukka Viitanen, CEO jukka.viitanen@resolutehq.com +358 45 3291 885 Thank You! Urban Mill Innovation Platform Betonimiehenkuja 3 E, 02150 Espoo FINLAND www.urbanmill.org

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