PROPOSITIONS
Although projects are always TAILORED TO THE NEEDS OF THE CLIENT. LightHouse is valued particularly for its services in specific domains. Click on any of the images below to download brochures on the different propositions. Scroll down for publications on projects, approaches and results.
Co-creating visions and roadmaps
Building sustainable innovation ecosystems in a co-creation approach, jointly defining the ambitions, the desired future and the path towards it.
For more information on our approach to Co-creating Visions & Roadmaps, please download our brochure:
Value models for meaningful innovations
Creating value for people, organisations and society at large in Smart City ecosystems.
For more information on our approach to Value Models for Meaningful Innovations, please download our brochure:
Reference model Smart Urban Lighting (ENG)
Taking full advantage of innovations and Smart Lighting solutions.
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Referentiemodel Smart Urban Lighting (NL)
Inrichten van processen om het maximale uit innovaties te halen.
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ONDERZOEK NAAR LICHTINNOVATIES (NL)
Methodes voor onderzoek naar beleid, behoeften, kansen en effect.
Voor meer informatie over onderzoek naar innovatieve lichtoplossingen kunt u de brochure downloaden:
PUBLICATIONS
Read about our results.
ILI Publication
Creating Continuous Smart City Innovations.
Kati Brock, Ralf Voncken & Elke den Ouden.
ISBN 978-90-386-4188-1. October 2016.
The Netherlands, and especially Eindhoven, features in the top of most entrepreneurial, technology, and innovation rankings worldwide. Not only are its companies and universities successful in innovation, but also the municipality of Eindhoven can be seen as an exemplar for other cities. The Eindhoven tender provides an interesting leading example of how to use the public lighting infrastructure in a smarter way to go beyond illumination within an urban context. This white paper will describe the innovative context, the unique procurement approach of the city of Eindhoven, as well as the successful enrollment of the Philips/Heijmans consortium with its Smart City Continuous Innovation Process (SCCIP). We hope that by sharing our experiences from the Eindhoven case others can learn from them and be inspired to apply these to their own smart lighting or smart city context.
Articles in Journal
Innovatie in businessmodellen: intelligente oplossingen in openbare verlichting. K. Brock, K. Podoynitsyna & E. den Ouden. In Holland Management Review 162, juli-augustus 2015.

Smart lighting as a stepping stone towards smart cities. E. den Ouden. In European Energy Innovation. Autumn 2015.

Gast-redacteur van het thema nummer Licht van Stedebouw & Architectuur. Diverse artikelen over de projecten op Stratumseind, Hoekenrodeplein en lichtonderzoek. September 2014.
Chapter in Book
Designing a Smart Society - From Smart Cities to Smart Societies. R. Valkenburg, E. Den Ouden, and M.A. Schreurs. In 'Open Innovation 2.0. Open Innovation Yearbook 2016.' Published by the European Commission. European Union. June 2016. pp 87-92.
Smart Lighting Solutions as a Catalyst for Smart Cities - Practical challenges of ambitious innovation partners. E. Den Ouden, R. Valkenburg, M.A. Schreurs and E. Aarts. In 'Open Innovation 2.0. Open Innovation Yearbook 2015.' Published by the European Commission. European Union. June 2015. pp 83-94.
Service Design Based on Smart Urban Lighting. E. Den Ouden, R. Valkenburg and E. Aarts. In 'Open Innovation 2.0. Open Innovation Yearbook 2014.' Published by the European Commission. European Union. May 2014. pp 120-124.
Smart Urban Lighting. E. Den Ouden and R. Valkenburg. In 'Real Projects for Real People, vol 3.' Published by the Patching Zone, Rotterdam, 2013.
 
Creating meaningful innovations: the value framework. E. Den Ouden. In Bont, C. de, Ouden, P.H. den, Schifferstein, R., Smulders, F. & Voort, M. van der. (Eds.).(2013) Advanced design methods for successful innovation. Published by Design United. September 2013. pp 169-186.
Designing new ecosystems: the value flow model. E. Den Ouden and R. Brankaert. In Bont, C. de, Ouden, P.H. den, Schifferstein, R., Smulders, F. & Voort, M. van der. (Eds.).(2013) Advanced design methods for successful innovation. Published by Design United. September 2013. pp 189-208.
Participative Innovation in Smart Urban Lighting. E. Den Ouden, R. Valkenburg and E. Aarts. In 'Open Innovation 2.0. Open Innovation Yearbook 2013.' Published by the European Commission, ISBN 978-92-79-25864-0. European Union. June 2013. pp 59-70.
Conference Papers
  • Socialising light - towards interactive city lighting on 4 levels. E. Den Ouden, H. van Essen and R. Valkenburg. CHI workshop Interactive City Lighting, Palais des Congres, Paris, France, 27 April 2013.
  • E. Den Ouden, J. Keijzers, A. Szostek, and E. de Vries. Stakeholder perception of the intangible value of a public lighting solution in an ecological zone. Experiencing Light 2012 Conference, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 12-13 November 2012.
  • Creating Value for Multiple Stakeholders with Intelligent (Lighting) Solutions. A. Alblas and E. Den Ouden. Cambridge Academic Design Management Conference, 7 - 8 September 2011, Cambridge, UK.
  • Balancing Value in Networked Social Innovation. E. Den Ouden and R. Valkenburg. PINC Participatory Innovation Conference, 14 - 16 January 2011, Sonderborg, Denmark.
  • Value Models in Social Open Innovation. E. Den Ouden and R. Valkenburg. Proceedings of the XXI ISPIM Conference on The Dynamics of Innovation, 6-9 June 2010, Bilbao, Spain.
Project related publications
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