Our world is rapidly changing. Major challenges like ageing populations and climate change require ground-breaking approaches – and these can only be delivered through meaningful collaboration. This is why the LIV_IN project has created the LIV_IN Virtual Community and the Virtual Summit, which will be held on June 11-12, 2019. This online event will feature industry representatives and innovation experts specializing in responsible innovation for smart homes and smart health.
Experts from companies of all sizes, researchers and innovators, entrepreneurs and CSR managers, responsible innovation experts and RTD managers are invited to join the Virtual Summit, where they can:
- Meet leading thinkers in the area of responsible innovation for smart homes and smart health;
- Attend fascinating key notes and participate in inspiring webinars;
- Learn about methods and tools to make innovation processes more inclusive, responsible and impactful;
- Get to know European responsible innovation champions from industry, policy and research;
- Explore initiatives, projects and resources for responsible innovation;
- Share their responsible innovation stories.
Let’s co-create the way we will live in 2030!
Register here to apply for the LIV_IN Virtual Community and receive regular updates on the program and speakers of the Virtual Summit.
In the LIV_IN project, major industry leaders from the ICT sector join forces to co-create more responsible approaches to innovation for the first time. LIV_IN builds on the premise that recognition of the value of RRI among industries is necessary in order to progress further in integrating RRI in industrial contexts.
The project follows an opportunity-oriented approach in order to:
- Activate industry leaders, experts and citizens to experiment with responsible ways of co-creating innovations;
- Build capacity for RRI implementation and develop tools that are applicable across industry sectors;
- Transform attitudes towards RRI from risk to opportunity.
*This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 787991.