WS8: Living Lab Methodology Handbook
Presenting the Living Lab Methodology Handbook
“Botnia Living Lab (CDT at LTU) is an environment for end-user involvement in RDI projects focused on design and usage of IT. Botnia Living Labs 6000 end-users are found across Sweden and they are engaged in various ways in the total process from need-finding and idea-generation, through concept-development and prototype/usability testing to service piloting. Since the start of their user panel in 2002 this has been one of their most important boosters in the creation of novel and valuable IT-services and products in several different domains: Energy and Environment, Smart Cities, Security, Mobile services etc. Botnia Living Lab and the FormIT methodology have proved to be a powerful instrument to speed up the innovation process from idea to market launch, co-create and improve innovative ideas and to investigate and create new business opportunities.” The goal with the Living Lab Methodology Handbook has been to make the Living Lab Key Principles and the application visible and easy to use.”
At this workshop you will get to know the Living Lab Methodology Handbook, presented by ENoLL members Botnia Living Lab (CDT LTU) from Sweden. The handbook is based on results from the project SmartIES and the process of using and evaluating the FormIT methodology in a Nordic cross-border pilot. The goal has been to make the Living Lab Key Principles and the application visible and easy to use.
<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”https://www.slideshare.net/openlivinglabs/ws-8-living-lab-methodology-handbook” title=”WS 8 Living Lab Methodology Handbook” target=”_blank”>WS 8 Living Lab Methodology Handbook</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/openlivinglabs” target=”_blank”>European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)</a></strong> </div>
See the Living Lab Methodology Handbook here.