European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL)
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Founded 20 Nov 2006, Helsinki (Finland), under the auspices of the Finnish European Presidency, as the international federation of benchmarked Living Labs in Europe and worldwide. To date, 11 Waves have been launched, the result showing a continuing reinforcement of ENoLL both in Europe and throughout the world, setting the stage for a strong role of the Living Lab movement in the context of EU 2020 Innovation Union and other relevant European Union policies. The Wave process, dating back to 2006, has up to today resulted in over 440 accredited ENoLL Living Labs, of which over 150 are active worldwide.
Provide co-creation, user engagement, test and experimentation facilities targeting innovation in many different domains such as energy, media, mobility, healthcare and agrifood; act as a platform for best practice exchange, learning and support, and Living Lab international project development.Available with paid subscription only.
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