|Energiatehokkuudella ja asuinaluekohtaisella energiantuotannolla lisää Cleantech-liiketoimintaa||1.1.2016 0:00:00||31.12.2017 0:00:00||Kansallinen TKI||3 Running||Project Manager Jukka Laitinen, jukka.laitinen(a)laurea.fi|| CARD Palvelumuotoilu ja tulevaisuuden innovatiiviset liiketoimintamallit||EAKR 2014-2020||568|
|6Aika: Datasta oivalluksia ja bisnestä ||1.8.2016 0:00:00||31.12.2017 0:00:00||Kansallinen TKI||3 Running|| CARD Palvelumuotoilu ja tulevaisuuden innovatiiviset liiketoimintamallit||EAKR 2014-2020||744|
|Suomen ja ruotsin kielen joustava oppiminen ja ohjaus tulevaisuuden työelämän tarpeisiin ||1.3.2017 0:00:00||31.12.2019 0:00:00||Kansallinen TKI||3 Running|| Opetus||OKM Erityisavustus||886|
|ABC Gates for Europe||http://abc4eu.com/||1.1.2014 0:00:00||31.12.2017 0:00:00||International RDI||3 Running||People travel and migrate. International movement is on the rise and so are the numbers of border crossings each year. In 2011 alone, there were over 700 million Schengen border crossings, and the estimate is that there will be an 80% increase by 2030. Thus, border crossings should be made as smooth and rapid as possible for everyday travelling without compromising security. ABC4EU (Automated Border Control Gates for Europe) is a 4-year, EU Framework Programme 7 (FP7) Project that began in January 2014.
At the moment the Automated Border Control Systems can be used by passengers with EU and Schengen ePassport recognizable by the microchip symbol. In the future, together with complementary legislation, also non-Schengen passengers will be able to use the ABC gate. The ABC gate compares the biometric data (e.g. facial image or fingerprints, etc.) from the passenger’s travel document onto the real-life equivalent. It also verifies the validity and reliability of the travel document. If the match is high enough, the passenger is let through from the gate.
The aim of ABC4EU is to make border checks more flexible and user-friendly for passengers by harmonising the functionalities of border check automation. Greater harmonisation should create a better passenger experience and encourage people to use ABC gates at border crossing points. ABC gates facilitate more fluent travelling by shortening queuing time. Harmonisation should affect many functionalities, biometrics, gate design and the border check process itself.
One of the main objectives of the project is to update and integrate current ABC systems and extend their use to future ePassports. Simultaneously, states can fight cross-border crime and illegal migration more efficiently, and provide a higher level of internal security. The system will also benefit different stakeholders, such as transport operators, as the increasing flow of travellers will be handled in an efficient way.||Laura Tarkkanen
Laurea University of Applied Sciences
+358 40 669 2611
|EUCISE2020 - European test bed for the maritime Common Information Sharing Environment in the 2020 perspective||www.eucise.eu||1.12.2014 0:00:00||31.7.2017 0:00:00||International RDI||3 Running||EUCISE2020 - European test bed for the maritime Common Information Sharing Environment in the 2020 perspective (Combination of Collaborative Project and Coordination and Support Action: Pre-Operational Validation (POV), funded by European Commission FP7 framework programme)
EUCISE2020 is a Security Research project of the European Seventh Framework Program; it aims at achieving the pre-operational Information Sharing between the maritime authorities of the European States. EUCISE2020 is an important milestone in the roadmap for implementation of the European CISE - Common Information Sharing Environment. CISE supports the development of the Blue Economy of the European Union, is a key innovation of the European maritime governance, is an element of the European Digital Agenda, and, finally, is a pillar of the European Action Plan for the European Maritime Security Strategy.
The European Union is strongly committed at implementing the Integrated Maritime Policy which supports improved efficiency of the Maritime Situational Awareness by the competent authorities, through networking and interoperability of maritime surveillance systems in Europe (ref. COM (2009) 538, and COM (2010) 584 relating to the implementation of a Common Information Sharing Environment (CISE)). EU CISE 2020 aims to be a significant step forward along the accomplishment of the European roadmap for CISE (Common Information Sharing Environment); the project attains the widest possible experimental environment of innovative and collaborative processes between European maritime institutions. EU CISE 2020 takes as reference a broad spectrum of factors in the field of European Integrated Maritime Surveillance, arising from the European legal framework, as well as from studies, pilot and R&D projects accomplished in the last three years.
The overall objective of EUCISE2020 is to progress towards establishing a forward operating vision of CISE more stable and innovative, functionally and geographically larger, and more shared by different communities of European public and private stakeholders; CISE will support further cross-border and cross-sector operational cooperation between public authorities -including EU Agencies- in the execution of the defined maritime functionalities, with a focus on information sharing across sea-basins.
The EU CISE2020 Consortium includes: 39 full partners organisations from 14 European Member States or EEA States (Bulgaria, Cyprus, Germany, Denmark, Greece, Spain, Finland, France, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, UK), including operational stakeholders, R&D institutions and technical bodies involved in all EU relevant maritime basins and in all CISE sectorial communities. 25 associated / observer partners organisation including international organisations and maritime authorities from other European MS.
||Project Manager Jaakko Tyni (email@example.com)|| CARD Yhteiskunnan eheys ja sosiaalinen vastuullisuus||EU FP7||248|
|A neW concEpt of pubLic administration based on citIzen co-created mobile urban serVicEs ||http://www.welive.eu/||1.2.2015 0:00:00||31.1.2018 0:00:00||International RDI||3 Running||WeLive (A neW concept of pubLic administration based on citizen co-created mobile urban services) is a Horizon2020 funded project, which started in February 2015 and continues to the end of 2018. The project aims to transform the administration-centred model of designing public digital services into a new kind of open innovation process which enables the participation of citizens, companies, educational institutions and public actors. The project aims to make extensive use of service design methods, which enable different actors to participate together in defining and developing services as well as creating business.
In addition, the project endeavours to harness unprocessed information (open data) that has been accumulated by public administration, organisations, companies and private citizens into new service innovations co-created by various actors. Another objective is to create an innovation platform for making use of open data, and tools and business models that facilitate co-creation.||Project Manager | firstname.lastname@example.org | +358 40 036 7567|| CARD Palvelumuotoilu ja tulevaisuuden innovatiiviset liiketoimintamallit||H2020 Societal Challenges||414|
|Improving the Effectiveness of Capabilities (IEC) in EU conflict prevention||http://www.ieceu-project.com/||1.5.2015 0:00:00||31.1.2018 0:00:00||International RDI||3 Running||The key issue for the EU is how to improve its conflict response capabilities to create more lasting impact on the ground and to use limited resources more effectively. The IECEU–project analyses and assesses best practices and lessons learned with a view to enhance the civilian conflict prevention and peace building capabilities of EU with a catalogue of practices, new solutions and approaches. It will seek to find out how to increase the interoperability of resources in the crisis management and peace building and what the potential for pooling and sharing of EU capabilities and technologies is. The main goals of the IECEU -project are:
1) Analysing and assessing the current situation of on-going and past missions and operations
2) Learning from lessons provided by these missions and assessing the different options
3) Providing new solutions, approaches and recommendations for EU to guarantee long-term stability||Effectiveness analyses for EU external actions
New approaches tested in policy level to guarantee long-term email@example.com
Project Coordinator, Kirsi Hyttinen, firstname.lastname@example.org|| CARD Asiakaslähtöinen turvallisuus||H2020 Societal Challenges||463|
|Polku - liikeideasta kasvuyritykseksi||1.1.2015 0:00:00||31.8.2017 0:00:00||Kansallinen TKI||3 Running||Our goal is to build a world-class entrepreneurial environment in the capital region that will actively generate new potential growth companies and that attracts new entrepreneurs to the region. An aim is to create a common service model - an efficient path from a business idea to new growth-oriented startup.
The City of Helsinki (NewCo Helsinki /Lead Partner), Aalto University, Kaakkois-Suomi University of Applied Sciences and the City of Vantaa (Turbiini). The City of Espoo takes part as a financier of the project.
Project Fabook page: https://www.facebook.com/helsinkigrowthalliance/
tel: +358 40 555 4627
|| b) Kansallinen hanke|| Yrittäjyys||EAKR 2014-2020||466|
|MORFEUS||1.1.2015 0:00:00||30.6.2017 0:00:00||Kansallinen TKI||3 Running||MORFEUS - Future value creation in well-being service networks
The joint multidisciplinary project of Laurea University of Applied Sciences and Aalto University, MORFEUS (01/2015–06/2017) aims to study and develop wellbeing services’ multi-actor ecosystems. The project employs an action research approach and works through service design, information modeling and future studies focusing also on contracting practices. In the project, actors of the ecosystem i.e. companies, public and third sector organizations offering wellbeing services are mapped and the relations between them explored – especially in mental health, child protection and substance abuse related services. The project is funded by Tekes, the Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation, and 15 partner organizations from private, public, and third sector.
The project is citizen-led by nature, and the well-being service ecosystem is studied and developed by looking into the collection of services that a case example family is using. The research project consists of five intensive co-development cycles in which research partners and other stakeholders closely participate. The research partners comprehensively represent well-being service actors in Uusimaa region from the municipality sector, the producers of well-being services, and the producers of digital tools and consulting services.
The main research problem of the project is: ‘How can cross-organizational collaboration be facilitated when developing customer-centered well-being service ecosystems?’
The project develops an information modeling framework suitable for various service domains. All information required for the procurement and production of a service will be collected into the information model. The information modelling clarifies roles, relations and information needs of the actors and strives to enable the development, production and procurement of more (cost-)effective and client-oriented services in the future. Based on the information modeling to be produced in the project, it will be possible to develop novel digital tools that support the development and improved functioning of the well-being service ecosystem.
||principal lecturer, project manager Päivi Pöyry-Lassila
paivi.poyry-lassila (at) laurea.fi|| CARD Kokonaisvaltainen terveys ja hyvinvointi; CARD Yhteiskunnan eheys ja sosiaalinen vastuullisuus||Tekes||473|
|Verkkovirta – Työn opinnollistamista verkostoyhteistyönä||1.5.2015 0:00:00||31.12.2017 0:00:00||Kansallinen TKI||3 Running||VERKKOVIRTA – developing future competencies in networks between HEIs and work
Finnish society is changing. Today higher education institutions (HEI) play an essential role in society together with
work: creating new knowledge, transferring it to students, re-training employees and fostering innovations. However, stronger ties and connections between institutions and work is necessary and needed in order to implement competence-based education. This requires new way of thinking and new forms of interacting and working. In Finland, the common approaches to link the workplace with practice-oriented higher education have been work placement, workplace learning and thesis processes. In reality, it means that educational practices at HEIs make use of schoollike methods in trying to teach workplace practices. A new kind of approach is needed throughout the whole field of practice-oriented higher education.
The aims of the project are:
-to develop and disseminate the model of studyfying: recognizing and validating of learning at work. Studyfying does not include work placement.
-to formalize learning at work as part of the studies at HEI
-to recognize and disseminate new approaches to developing, planning and implementing workplace learning in higher education
-to develop a model of HEI – work -partnership, which enables combining workplace learning with studying resulting in graduation and employment
-to improve student services, which support educational equality and promote flexibility in transitions between
education and work
Methods that promote inclusion, social and cultural sustainability, well-being and ability to function are emphasized at all levels of the project work. The core results of the project are new flexible, integrative and connective models and tools for studyfying work in higher education.||ESR 2014-2020||498|