Workshop Alcotra innovazione

Il 18 Ottobre 2013, alle ore 14,30, a Verres, sede Politecnico, via Luigi Barone 8, verranno presentati i progetti e le attività Alcotra Innovazione nel Workshop della mobilità integrata Alcotra innovazione: Pre-commercial Public Procurement e Living Labs in Valle d'Aosta. Scarica il programma.

Ecco le presentazioni:

- Presentazione PCP e Living Labs (F. Fionda)

Progetto MobinValléé (Softeco Sismat, Laser srl)

- Soluzioni innovative per la sicurezza stradale: Barriere intelligenti (Sistra srl)

- Strumenti e metedologie nelle politiche di innovazione: i Living Labs (F. Molinari)

- Blasting News: ecco come i Living Labs cambiano il concetto di informazione

- All Alcotra Living Lab: la piattafroma software (Etcware srl).



Here please find  the 5 projects winner of the pre-commercial public procurement issued by Valle d'Aosta Region in the framework of  Alcotra Innovation project.


MOMO CAST (Active Living Lab)

Mobinvallèe (Active Living Lab)


APPLUS ENERGIE (Active Living Lab)

ToM (Living Lab attivo)

IPIMIT (Living Lab attivo)

Transmuseòbs (Living Lab attivo)



Entreprises on the map

The Living Labs

The idea underlying the Living Lab is to create an open environment in real-life conditions for the design, testing and validation of new products and services, where users can interact and experiment these products and services, providing the research and entrepreneurial system with very important feedbacks in terms of refinement, potential improvements and subsequent marketing: the purpose of living labs is, therefore, to stimulate innovation by moving research out of laboratories towards real-life contexts where citizens and users are encouraged to cooperate with researchers, developers and designers to contribute to the innovation process as a whole.

What is a Living Lab?

In our definition, a Living Lab is a user-driven, open innovation environment in real-life settings in which users test and experiment new products or services, in a framework integrating companies, people, research and innovation actors as well as public sector (the so-called Public-Private-People Partnership, PPPP).