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A Study on the Urban Living Lab Model connected with Walkability of Cities in India

Yunho Kim 1 LEE, MYUNGMOO 1

1서울대학교 아시아연구소

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ABSTRACT

Innovation processes are highly important in solving big societal challenges that exist on a global scale such as climate change, ageing cities, and health and mobility issues. The role of cities and the urban context is crucial in this aspect. Urban Living Labs is a great methodology for solving these modern city challenges through the complex integration of multi-dimensional solutions. This study analyzed the cases of the Malleswaram Urban Living Lab (M-ULL) in Bengaluru and the Panaji Project Urban Living Lab (P-PULL) in Goa in the context of improving walkability in urban areas in India. The research method was as follows. First, the selected living lab cases were explained according to the innovation development process. Second, the 20 evaluation criteria of the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) were mapped to the components of the Extended Business Model Canvas (EBMC). Based on this, a Stakeholder Map of Living Lab was analyzed. Third, the characteristics of Urban Living Lab (ULL) were presented by grouping in the components of the Extended BMC. And based on the suggested characteristics, we offer a Proposition for the sustainable development of an Urban Living Lab.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.