International Cooperation and GlobalInnovation from a Saab PerspectivePontus de Laval, CTO23 November 2011
A Swedish Innovation Model      The Gripen example      Triple Helix applied in Sweden      A global perspective, Sweden-B...
Innovation Track Record•   1st Ejection Seat                                     J21      (prod.1944-47)•   1st A/C modifi...
Innovation Track Record• 1st virtual target training aid                              Viggen• 1st metal bonded wing panels...
The Triple Helix  Gather main stakeholders from the public, academia and  industry to tackle key societal challenges with ...
A Global Perspective, Sweden-Brazil  Saab invites Brazil to join in development of Gripen Next  Generation  Saab is settin...
Gripen NG - the Swedish Proposal          The Gripen NG                  Technology Transfer,                        Swedi...
The Technology Spillover Effect              National Economy      1 bn$         1 bn$        2.6 bn$                     ...
Effects on National Economy      “The JAS 39 Gripen development program         has generated (in the Swedish economy)    ...
CISB at a glance                                                                 Inspired by the Swedish Science          ...
Working FrameworkR, T & D investors                                                                        Members• R&D Bu...
Current Status first 6 months (from May to Nov/2011)                                        Programs and projects agreemen...
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Apresentação Pontus de Laval | OIS 2011 | Painel: Cooperação internacional e inovação global

  1. 1. International Cooperation and GlobalInnovation from a Saab PerspectivePontus de Laval, CTO23 November 2011
  2. 2. A Swedish Innovation Model The Gripen example Triple Helix applied in Sweden A global perspective, Sweden-Brazil
  3. 3. Innovation Track Record• 1st Ejection Seat J21 (prod.1944-47)• 1st A/C modified from propeller to jet engine J21• Novel Configuration J21• 1st Swept Wing Jet in Europe Tunnan (1st flight 1948)• 1st production A/C with afterburner Tunnan• 2 world speed records Tunnan• Peak production rate 1 A/C per day Tunnan• 1st Saab Supersonic A/C Lansen (1st flight 1952)• 1st Saab System A/C ex Radar Lansen• 1st Double Delta Wing Draken (1st flight 1955)• 1st Composite Engine Air Intake on Mach2 cruise A/C Draken• Computer analysis of complete airframe Draken• 1st Canard configuration in production Viggen (1st flight 1967)• 1st A/C w Central Computer Viggen• 1st Tactical Data Link bw A/C Viggen• 1st Digital FCS Viggen• 1st single-engine fighter with Thrust reversal Viggen• 1st Auto Gun Aiming Viggen• 1st HUD in production Viggen• 1st On-board training & evaluation system Viggen• 1st virtual target training aid Viggen• 1st metal bonded wing panels in Mach 2 A/C Viggen
  4. 4. Innovation Track Record• 1st virtual target training aid Viggen• 1st metal bonded wing panels in Mach 2 A/C Viggen• 1st Fighter-link between 4 aircraft. Viggen• 1st a/c using bonding as major assembly strategy Saab 340• 1st regional a/c with surveillance capability in operation Saab 340 AEW• 1st production fighter with all moving canard Gripen• Unprecedented capability- size ratio Gripen• 1st NATO fighter of 4th generation Gripen• 1st fighter to fire Meteor Gripen• 1st cockpit without dedicated standby instruments Gripen• Time to climb world record Saab 2000• Active sound reduction in cabin Saab 2000• 1st regional a/c with Electronic Flight Control System Saab 2000• 1st European fully autonomous flight Sharc TD• 1st traffic insertion simulation with all stake holders Sturup Demo• 1st use of civil standard, ARINC 661, graphics server in a fighter aircraft Gripen NG• 1st fighter with open architecture and separation of criticality in avionics Gripen NG
  5. 5. The Triple Helix Gather main stakeholders from the public, academia and industry to tackle key societal challenges with technology • Public (government, agencies) – understands the societal needs • Industry – understands how to fulfill the needs with technology • Academia – understands the underlying science Triple Helix applied to Fighter Aircraft development Maneuverability Low radar cross sectionAir to air combat PUBLIC INDUSTRY ACADEMIA Computational Fluid Dynamics Geometrical Theory of Diffraction
  6. 6. A Global Perspective, Sweden-Brazil Saab invites Brazil to join in development of Gripen Next Generation Saab is setting up an open innovation arena, CISB, Centro de Pesquisa e Inovação Sueco-Brasileiro, to connect the Swedish and Brazilian innovation systems
  7. 7. Gripen NG - the Swedish Proposal The Gripen NG Technology Transfer, Swedish Government Product and Services Development and Production Commitment• 36 Gripen NG • Sweden-Brazil Partnership in • Guaranteed Transfer of Technology marketing, development and• Latest generation AESA radar manufacturing • Gripen NG in line with FAB deliveries• Unique Super cruise capability • Up to 80% of Gripen NG Airframes • Pilot and Engineer training produced in Brazil• Brazilian and Non aligned • Joint data link development Weapons package • Up to 40% of Gripen NG development in Brazil • Joint tactics development• Full Operational Support • More than 175% Offset of contract • Evaluate KC 390 purchase• Proven Lowest Life Cycle Cost value • Evaluate Super Tucano purchase• Networked Combat Simulation • Full Assembly line in Brazil Centre • Full Contract financing • Full Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul capability, including Engine • KC 390 Cooperation
  8. 8. The Technology Spillover Effect National Economy 1 bn$ 1 bn$ 2.6 bn$ Technology Research Spillover Products & Development
  9. 9. Effects on National Economy “The JAS 39 Gripen development program has generated (in the Swedish economy) an additional social return to society ( a spillover multiplier) more than twice the original development investment.” Gunnar Eliasson, Professor, Royal Institute of Technology and the RATIO Institute, 2009. 9
  10. 10. CISB at a glance Inspired by the Swedish Science Parks and the principles of: A non-profit Research and •Challenge-Driven Innovation Innovation Association focused on •Triple Helix implementing Research, Technology and Innovation •Open Innovation partnerships between Sweden and Brazil Mission: Search for solutions of complex global and societal problems that can not be solved Transport & Logistics Defense & Security Main office in by individual organizations andSão Bernardo do Campo, SP that need to be addressed by open innovation and multi- institutional innovation network arenas. Sustainable Energy Urban Future
  11. 11. Working FrameworkR, T & D investors Members• R&D Budget from Companies Advisory Board • Companies• Government R&T funds • Universities and STIs• Users • Public Authorities• Corporate VC Fund Executive Board (National/State/City) Directors and CISB Staff • Define Projects • Establish Partnerships • Fundraising • Portfolio Management • Innovation Community Management Project 1 Project 2 Project 3 Project 4 Innovations spin-off technologies, products and companies Education opportunities
  12. 12. Current Status first 6 months (from May to Nov/2011) Programs and projects agreements:Full Operational since sept/11: • Microgrid (CISB and KTH)• Brazilian Hub (São Bernardo Team) • Radar (CISB, Saab and ATMOS)• Swedish Hub (Gothenburg Team) • CDC (CISB, SBdCampo, UFABC, Saab and DPSS/SA)• 40 LOI from Partners signed • Security Arena (CISB and LSP)• 6 Membership Admitted • Transport Arena (CISB and LSP) • Swedish Hub (CISB, LSP and Vinnova) • Science without Borders (CISB, CNPq, SP, Innventia, Saab, KTH, Chalmers and LiU)

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