Victor Mulas - Ecosistemas de Innovación

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  • - So what is CitiSense? We are in the process of building this with growing body of knowledge and experiences
    We will create a community of practice based on the network that is being created and anchored on partners (existing and new ones).
    Learning from peers.

    Beyond EU-related projects, some Finnish-based programs have also been shared with our counterparts in the developing world. Programs like Demola for example, that started in Tampere but has rapidly grown to become a network of innovation, are initiatives that we would like to see more often in cities that work with us.
  • Innovation happens in municipal level where actions hit the ground.
  • These are anchored to cities.
    Innovation always takes place on the ground and that is why ,municipal level is important.
    Amsterdam has great innovation ecosystem where all parties are playing together.
  • Using Helsinki as a Lab to prototype projects and products.

    Restaurant Day, Cleaning Day.
  • Great in creating competitions to prototype new products applicable in city with rewards
    Prortoype services around city.
  • Victor summarised it well.
    As innovation always happens at local level i.e. that is where inventions are turned into services and products - cities are in forefront to make this happen.

    With their diverse population, cities are well-placed to operate as laboratories for development of technologies, applications, and business models with active citizen participation. Administrators want to learn from each other but approaches to and methodologies applied in collaborative process often still reside as a tacit know-how in the heads of few committed practitioners.

    Through these iterations we want to show an alternative, more inclusive approach to engage with citizens and create and improve public services delivery. The “Public-private-people Partnership” that many cities and players talks about.

    We have been implementing this approach with the support of members of the European Network of Living Labs in cities in Colombia, Chile. We just started in Mozambique and Lebanon, and are holding conversations with Tanzania and Mexico, among others.

    We see this very much aligned with the work done by civil society, universities, small companies and start-ups as well as progressive municipal and national authorities around the World. This is also an initiative that can not succeed without partnering with other sectors within the World Bank.
  • We will create a community of practice based on the network that is being created and anchored on partners (existing and new ones).
    Focusing on bottom-up approaches, open innovation and sub-national ecosystems in Cities.
    Peer to peer exchanges between practitioners, city officials, and existing platforms and enablers.
    Bank becomes a platform and broker that makes knowledge flow and actors meet each other.
    The Bank – OECD (IPP) as platform for CoP.
  • Connector

    Making peers to learn from each other. New areas where little previous knowledge exists in terms of definitions, courses or texts. It is very much an area under construction and demand.

    The 2011 Water Hackathon was a first-of-its-kind gathering of over 500 software developers in 10 cities around the world. Water Hackathon adopted many of the methods for engagement of technologists from the software community with the aim of increasing awareness of water sector challenges facing developing countries every day.

    The 2012 Open Data Bootcamp seats for 30 journalists, 30 developers and 30 digital media executives wanting to know how future media works. Organiused by Guardian, Germany open knowledge foundation and Upande mapping experts 3 day course help to extract and analyse public data> Teams build news-driven mobile apps and civic engagement web-sites to back-up traditional reporting.

    The 2013 Training Program on Open Innovation in Cities. The training will cover the main themes of Smart Cities that deal with mobilizing ecosystems in civic engagement, from makers to citizens, designers or coders. Structured in understanding the different visions of Smart Cities around the world and how they respond to a diversity of situations, objectives and governance structures, main themes around building ecosystems in cities, new infrastructures needed and how to build them open and with citizen participation. Format learning by doing and working with peers doing the work in Barca.

    Objectives: (i) creation of a network of atypical partners engaged in finding solutions to water-related challenges, (ii) preparation of a list of challenges facing the water sector, (iii) development of new applications designed to address these challenges, and (iv) adoption of new applications and codes in World Bank projects.
    We are also become advisors in several EU projects. We provide inputs on how such programs can be relevant in developing countries and take some of those concepts to our clients.

    Partnerships with key players such as European Network of Living Labs and city of Barcelona help us also learn from peers and to Scan and collect new knowledge.
    With ENoLL we are packaging a joint publication where the emphasis will be placed on the methodology which should be replicable around the world. Case studies to be shared in on-line repository.

    Other projects we are advising include Peripheria (already closed), Commons 4 EU (still active), and MyNeighbourhood (still active).

    We also followed closely the Open Cities project, and we have been approached by project coordinators in other cities for new submissions that we see as an interesting fit for our program.

    MoUs with ENoLL, City of Barcelona. These are spinning into knowledge products.

    CitySDK, for example a project led by Helsinki but that includes other cities such as Amsterdam, Manchester, Lisbon, and Istambul. We share the vision of CitySDK to create standards for open data that end up creating a more attractive and sustainable market for urban service apps.

    With our networks we can share good practice widely. Urban network 900 actors of which 200 registered to follow City SDK and lessons from Istanbul and Helsinki last week.
    Sharing good practice is only part of it. We are also generator of content. We want content to meet users in more timely and results-oriented manner.
    Try new things with peers and learn from them.
    Ongoing Smart City Gran Conception where we are documenting the 4 tier step-by-step approach applied and individual steps into tools to be shared by forerunners with interested peers.
  • Victor Mulas - Ecosistemas de Innovación

    1. 1. Ecosistemas de Innovación Unidad TIC Banco Mundial Gran Concepción, Chile 5 de Octubre, 2014
    2. 2. Señales de restructuración económica Avances tecnológicos están comenzando a afectar sectores claves de la economía, como manufactura Substitución de trabajos cognitivos rutinarios por productividad tecnológica Primacía de creatividad y habilidades sociales Potencial impacto competitividad de industrias, países y personas
    3. 3. Reacciones Educación • Reorientación a habilidades S. XXI • Innovación abierta y creación de ecosistemas Gestión • Espacios de cooperación y desarrollo de redes multidisciplinares • Facilitación y empuje de innovación orgánica Gobierno
    4. 4. Ciudades Start-Up Source: Florida, Richard (2013) “The Global Startup Cities,” from data from Seedtable. Available at:
    5. 5. Nuevo Role para el Gobierno Gobierno como plataforma Innovación abierta Facilitación y coordinación Empuje y promoción
    6. 6. SMART CITY Gran Concepción
    7. 7. Objetivos Introducir innovación abierta en los servicios locales y municipales Reforzar el Ecosistema de Innovación Local Integrar la Innovación a la Conurbación B A Refuerzo y sostenibilidad del ecosistema de innovación local
    8. 8. Componentes Componentes Aprender como Usar Innovación Reforzar el Ecosistema de Innovación Local Integrar la Innovación a la Conurbación Ideación de Soluciones Tecnológicas Modelo y Escalabilidad Hub de Innovación Local Competición de Soluciones Tecnológicas Visión Común y Hoja de Ruta
    9. 9. Fase 1: Ideación de Soluciones Tecnológicas
    10. 10. Fase 2: Visión Común y Hoja de Ruta
    11. 11. 10/7/2014 14
    12. 12. Fase 3: Competición de Soluciones Tecnológicas Integrar la Innovación a la Conurbación
    13. 13. Fase 4: Hub de Innovación Local
    14. 14. Facilitador para la Innovación Local
    15. 15. Redes Internacionales
    16. 16. Importance of communities
    17. 17. Light structures, connecting ecosystems
    18. 18. A “Smart City” is one that leverages existing technologies to improve the quality of life of its citizens
    19. 19. Amsterdam
    20. 20. Helsinki
    21. 21. Barcelona
    22. 22. Show governments a different, more inclusive approach to engage with citizens to create and improve (public) services
    23. 23. Partnerships
    24. 24. CitySDK
    26. 26. CitiSense 2014 - Urban GP Keep learning from experience - “How” is more important than “What” Strengthen partnerships
    27. 27. Contactos: Victor Mulas Ilari Lindy Unidad TIC Banco Mundial