KLIO Lab wants to provide support to the organizations operating in the aerospace industry through an user-centric and user-driven innovation process.
It defines a functional experimental open region characterized by the simultaneous presence of both public and private sector (Public Private Partnership Person) to create, prototype, validate, test new services, products and systems in a real-life context (e.g. the city itself, industrial plants) in which, ICT technological innovation (for design, operations management and collaboration), should support innovation processes.
KLIO Lab methodology for creation and management of the Living Lab aims to support manufacturing enterprises located in the Apulia region in coping with both innovation and co-creation of products/services and also with the process of continuous learning and improvement.
The methodology consists of three main phases with various processes within which are classified into organizational processes (shown in green) and processes of innovation development (represented in blue).
Some processes can affect the whole Living Lab life and are represented in a horizontal way, while others are represented in a vertical way, referred to a limited period of time compared to the entire activity of the Living Lab.