End-user Engagement: Multi-stakeholder Co-creation for IoT Contexts (Part I)

Track:
Workshops
What:
Workshop
When:
Tuesday Jun 06   02:00 PM to 03:45 PM (1 hour 45 minutes)

During this 4-hour workshop, U4IoT* provides a hands-on introduction on Multi-Stakeholder Co-Creative Workshops, a methodology designed to support Large Scale Pilots (LSPs) to engage end-users in their projects.
 
The workshop will be facilitated around five topics corresponding to the context of the five LSPs - Smart Mobility, Smart Entertainment, Smart Agriculture, Smart Cities and Smart Health. Enabled by a handbook and toolkit, participants will experience a full co-creative cycle that will result in a variety of use cases and co-created solutions informing the future design and development phases of the LSP projects.
 
The workshop will be closed with a discussion exploring the possibilities on how U4IoT can support LSPs to implement the Co-Creative Workshop methodology into their projects and provide LSP partners with training to autonomously organize and facilitate Co-Creative Workshops.
 
Besides LSP partners also visitors of the IoT week are welcome to participate.
 
*U4IoT is a CSA that supports European Large Scale Pilots to engage end-users in their projects. In the coming three years, a variety of end-user engagement tools and support services will be made available with the aim to make end-user engagement an integral and continuous part of large scale technical projects. More information about the CSA project can be found on the website: www.u4iot.eu.
 

Moderator
Stembert Design
Researcher, Designer and Teacher
Speaker
Lulea University of Technology (LTE)
Associate Professor in Information Systems
Speaker
Lulea University of Technology (LTE)
Senior Project Manager at Centre for Distance-Spanning Technology and Botnia Living Lab