Community Baseret Innovation med social og mobil IKT

  • Sokoler, Tomas (PI)
  • Mullane, Aaron (CoI)
  • Svanæs, Dag (CoI)

Project: Research

Project Details

Description

User activity on the net and on mobile platforms is increasing rapidly - and the inclination and motivation among consumers, users and citizens towards sharing their needs, ideas and feedback on products and services is growing.

The question is how the user generated knowledge is staged, socially, technologically, commercially and organisationally in order to ensure the greatest possible outcome with regards to innovation in private and public organizations alike.

The Danish and international cases which are being followed closely by the OECD and others conclude that this type of Community-Based Innovation (CBI) has a very large unutilized innovation potential - and that this form of innovation is by no means reserved for large scale commercial or public organizations.

It is, indeed, this potential which the Innovation Consortium aims to bring online, in order for Danish companies to gains access to new models, tools and concepts for succesful mobile and community based innovation together with their users and customers.
AcronymCBI
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/03/201103/04/2014

Collaborative partners

  • IT University of Copenhagen (lead)
  • GAFFA (Project partner)
  • PFA Pension (Project partner)
  • MCO ApS MicroSeg (Project partner)
  • Aarhus University (Project partner)
  • Translucent ApS (Project partner)
  • Teknologisk Institut (Project partner)
  • Normann Copenhagen (Project partner)
  • Jyske Bank (Project partner)
  • Alexandra Instituttet A/S (Project partner)
  • Fritz Hansen (Project partner)
  • PostDanmark (Project partner)

Funding

  • IFD - Innovation Fund Denmark: DKK1,416,677.00
  • Danish Council for Strategic Research: DKK2,858,310.00

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  • Wearable probes for service design

    Mullane, A., Laaksolahti, J. M. & Svanæs, D., 25 Jun 2014, Proceedings of the fourth Service Design and Service Innovation Conference: ServDes.2014 Service Future. Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings, p. 313-322 10 p.

    Research output: Conference Article in Proceeding or Book/Report chapterArticle in proceedingsResearchpeer-review

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