Section: Other Grants and Activities
FP 7 calls and ENoLL: European Network of Living Labs
AxIS is very active in the ENoLL network and participated in the founding meetings.
The living Lab “ICT Usage lab” has written a Letter of Support for two proposals from ENOLL community which have been accepted
FP7 CIP: the EU-funded project Apollon starts november targeting cross-border networks of Living Labs to provide a model for successful Living Lab cooperation in several domains: Energy efficiency, E-health, eParticipation and eManufacturing.
FP7 Transportation - Galileo. 2008. 4.3.3 Research and Innovation in GNSS: the GAINS project (Galileo Advanced INnovation Services).
As a member of the living lab “ICT Usage Lab” of the ENOLL network, Inria (AxIS) participated with other partners to three proposals for FP7 Call 5 ICT
Objective 1.3 STREP ELLIOT “Experiential Living Labs for the Internet of Things” (Coordinator: TXT polymedia (Italy)) Proposition of an use case “Green services” in relation with environmental data issues from captors (watch, vehicules) or fixed city captors + planned collaboration with AtmoPACA (a non-profit making association in charge of pollution control)..
Objective 1.6 STREP UDI House “User-Driven Innovation in Harmonized process Of generation and Usability of new Services and systems in Europe” (Coordinator: IBBT (Belgium). There are 10 partners including Yokosuko Telecom Research Park (Japon), INSIGHt (Taiwain).
Objective 1.6 CSA FIREBALL “Future Internet Research and Experimentation By Adopting LivingLabs - Toward Smart Cities”. Coordinator: LTU-CDT (Sweden) 17 Partners. Mr Estrosi for the City of Nice and the”communauté urbaine de Nice Côte d'Azur” ( NCA) wrote a Letter of Support for this CSA.
In collaboration with J. Chailloux and C. Marchand (ERCIM), AxIS has worked on the proposal of a new ERCIM Working group which aims at focusing the research of the ERCIM institutions with Living Lab experiences on a series of activities for fostering the European research and development on usage analysis of new technologies, methodologies for co-design, user-driven innovation and users involvement.
A kickoff meeting is under preparation at the beginning of 2010.
Italy, University of Napoli II: Y. lechevallier pursued his collaborationwith Prof. R. Verde, A. Irpino and A. Balzanella  . This year, our visitor F. de A. T. de Carvalho presented there a seminar about “Recent clustering methods for interval data”(november).
Italy - INTERREG IV ALCOTRA: we have been involved related to a user centered approach of designing and evaluating new services in the context of the proposal called MyMed (resp. L. Liquori) which has been accepted and will star next year..
Germany: B. Trousse is involved to the project "Core Technology Cluster" of the AII program "QUAERO" in the multimedia domain (ontology construction, personalization) http://www.quaero.org/ .