FIREBALL - Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting Living Labs - towards Smart Cities (257291)
The over-all objective of the FIREBALL project is to coordinate and align methodologies and approaches in the domains of Future Internet (FI) research and experimentation testbeds and user driven open innovation towards successful innovation in "smart city" environments.
In doing so, and in covering the whole FI research and innovation value chain driven by smart cities being the users of the FI, FIREBALL aims to establish effective forms of cooperation across the FI innovation value chain, creating synergies and cooperation practices among different research and innovation communities related to the FI.
To that end, FIREBALL brings together the different constituencies to establish common processes and methodologies and share their assets. FIREBALL explores how the different assets (testbeds, facilities, methods, know-how, applications, users) within these constituencies can be shared and configured to the demands of smart city showcases.
FIREBALL will empower the different constituencies to jointly exploit the opportunities of FI innovation. To that end FIREBALL establishes a network of advanced smart cities in Europe to drive the demand for FI services and create and exchange good practices and showcases and:
- Alignment of processes, methods and approaches of the different constituencies working towards the FI, based on the key role of cities and user-driven open innovation principles,
- Identification of common assets of the constituencies involved, and how these can be shared for implementing smart city showcases of FI innovation,
- Empowered constituencies and city innovation-ecosystems that form part of a European community dedicated to exploiting the opportunities of FI open innovation,
- A widely supported action plan and roadmap for experimentally-driven research and innovation towards the FI and towards objectives to be realised by smart cities,
- Recommendations for future policy and strategy at the European level.
|Cordis Record Number:||95851|
|Project Start Date:||2010-05-01|
|Project End Date:||2012-05-31|
|EC Special Clause:||false|
|Open Access Mandate:||false|
|Coordinator:||LULEA TEKNISKA UNIVERSITET|
|Coordinator contact:||Nilsson, Michael|
|Coordinator EU Contribution:||225844|
|EU Max Contribution:||1499990.00|
INSTITUT NATIONAL DE RECHERCHE EN INFORMATIQUE ET EN AUTOMATIQUE
ARISTOTELIO PANEPISTIMIO THESSALONIKIS
MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL
DIGITAL MEDIA INNOVATIONS FINLAND DIMES RY
ASSOCIATION IMAGES & RESEAUX
LISBOA E-NOVA AGENCIA MUNICIPAL DE ENERGIA E AMBIENTE DE LISBOA
AJUNTAMENT DE BARCELONA
ALFAMICRO-SISTEMAS DE COMPUTADORES, LDA
STICHTING AMSTERDAMSE INNOVATIE MOTOR
ISA - Intelligent Sensing Anywhere S.A.
ASSOCIAZIONE ESOCE NET EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CONCURRENT ENGINEERING NET
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