A living lab is a research concept. A living lab is a user-centred, open-innovation ecosystem, often operating in a territorial context (e.g. city, agglomeration, region), integrating concurrent research and innovation processes within a public-private-people partnership.

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  • Le Living Lab est une méthodologie où citoyens, habitants, usagers sont considérés comme des acteurs clés des processus de recherche et d’innovation. Le projet Living Labs Europe est un programme européen lancé en 2006 par la présidence finlandaise de la Communauté européenne et qui s'est achevé en 2009. Ce programme avait pour objectif de fédérer des initiatives locales, pour qu’elles puissent agir et développer leurs initiatives en réseaux. Les Living Labs sont plus particulièrement liés aux technologies de l’information. (fr)
  • Um laboratório vivo (em inglês living lab) é um conceito de pesquisa. Um laboratório vivo é um ecosistema de inovação aberta , que muitas vezes opera em um contexto territorial (por ex.: cidade ou região), que integra concorrentemente processos de pesquisa dentro de uma parceria público-privado. O conceito se baseia na abordagem da co-criação feita pelo usuário integrando os processos de pesquisa e inovação. Eles são integrados através da exploração, experimentação e avaliação da inovação em ideias, cenários, conceitos e artefatos tecnológicos relacionados, quando aplicados a casos de uso da vida real. Tais casos envolvem comunidades de usuários, não apenas como sujeitos de observação, mas também como uma fonte de criação. Esta abordagem permite considerar concorrentemente tanto o desempenho global de um produto ou serviço, como sua adoção potencial pelos usuários. Esta reflexão pode ser feita no estágio inicial de pesquisa e desenvolvimento e durante todos elementos do ciclo de vida de um produto, de seu projeto até a reciclagem . (pt)
  • A living lab is a research concept. A living lab is a user-centred, open-innovation ecosystem, often operating in a territorial context (e.g. city, agglomeration, region), integrating concurrent research and innovation processes within a public-private-people partnership. The concept is based on a systematic user co-creation approach integrating research and innovation processes. These are integrated through the co-creation, exploration, experimentation and evaluation of innovative ideas, scenarios, concepts and related technological artefacts in real life use cases. Such use cases involve user communities, not only as observed subjects but also as a source of creation. This approach allows all involved stakeholders to concurrently consider both the global performance of a product or service and its potential adoption by users. This consideration may be made at the earlier stage of research and development and through all elements of the product life-cycle, from design up to recycling. See also: Concurrent engineering User centred research methods, such as action research, community informatics, contextual design, user-centered design, participatory design, empathic design, emotional design, and other usability methods, already exist but fail to sufficiently empower users for co-creating into open development environments. More recently, the Web 2.0 has demonstrated the positive impact of involving user communities in new product development (NPD) such as mass collaboration projects (e.g. Wikipedia, crowdsourcing, Wisdom of Crowds) in collectively creating new contents and applications. A living lab is not similar to a testbed as its philosophy is to turn users, from being traditionally considered as observed subjects for testing modules against requirements, into value creation in contributing to the co-creation and exploration of emerging ideas, breakthrough scenarios, innovative concepts and related artefacts. Hence, a living lab rather constitutes an experiential environment, which could be compared to the concept of experiential learning, where users are immersed in a creative social space for designing and experiencing their own future. Living labs could also be used by policy makers and users/citizens for designing, exploring, experiencing and refining new policies and regulations in real-life scenarios for evaluating their potential impacts before their implementations. (en)
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  • Le Living Lab est une méthodologie où citoyens, habitants, usagers sont considérés comme des acteurs clés des processus de recherche et d’innovation. Le projet Living Labs Europe est un programme européen lancé en 2006 par la présidence finlandaise de la Communauté européenne et qui s'est achevé en 2009. Ce programme avait pour objectif de fédérer des initiatives locales, pour qu’elles puissent agir et développer leurs initiatives en réseaux. Les Living Labs sont plus particulièrement liés aux technologies de l’information. (fr)
  • Um laboratório vivo (em inglês living lab) é um conceito de pesquisa. Um laboratório vivo é um ecosistema de inovação aberta , que muitas vezes opera em um contexto territorial (por ex.: cidade ou região), que integra concorrentemente processos de pesquisa dentro de uma parceria público-privado. (pt)
  • A living lab is a research concept. A living lab is a user-centred, open-innovation ecosystem, often operating in a territorial context (e.g. city, agglomeration, region), integrating concurrent research and innovation processes within a public-private-people partnership. (en)
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  • Living lab (fr)
  • Laboratório vivo (pt)
  • Living lab (en)
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