The Living Labbers webinar series of the European Network of Living Labs showcases the variety of Living Labs across the globe. Realised in collaboration with the iSCAPE and UNaLab projects, the webinars are structured around the Urban Living Lab framework: providing insight to various aspects of Living Lab's contexts, innovations, governance & financing models, and even some personal view to their way of working and the people involved.

Next up in the series we present to you the award winning research from Abdoulrasoul Habibipour from Botnia Living Lab.

Botnia Living Lab is an environment in Sweden for human-centric research and the development and innovation of new ICT based solutions. Botnia started in 2000 and has matured from a test-bed to a real-life experimentation environment. Today Botnia is a world-leading environment for user-centred research, development and innovation (RDI), supported by methods, tools and experts in a variety of areas. With its focus on advanced IT services and products, Botnia´s strategy is to be independent from (geographically) fixed assets and essentially, service experimentation is relying on readily available hardware and communication infrastructure.

In this webinar, Abdolrasoul talks about drop-outs in Living Labs, sharing his insights on how to keep stakeholders engaged throughout time. Don't miss out on this one - sign up here!

Date: 
23/08/2019
Time: 
11:00am - 12:00pm

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 730052 Topic: SCC-2-2016-2017: Smart Cities and Communities Nature based solutions