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Knowledge Exchange Platform

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Wally Keyzer

on 11 October 2012

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Wally Keyzer Knowledge Exchange Platform
for Smart Living november 2012 Start PhD at TPM First hunch Smartliving-buzz Focus on the role of knowledge exchange and collective action in the exploitation of technological innovations in the field of smart living

Collective action related to the building-, ICT-, energy- & healthsector Knowledge Exchange Platform (KEP) to increase the acceptance of smart living concepts, achieving in-house platforms, the functionality of health applications, energy, security and information and communication support, for:
- consumers
- contractors
- manufacturers
- researchers
- government/municipalities Design research tradition:
- first hunch KEP
- requirements from platform theory
- functional design
- implementation
- evaluation

log data on the use of the platform
and interaction between users

surveys/interviews are used for evaluation Research objective Goal KEP = databank at 5 levels Community of Practice (COP) as a part of knowledge management Domotica Health Energy Security Entertainment ICT Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly (Lave 2006) Care
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