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M Curley Intel

  1. 1. MARTIN CURLEY VICE PRESIDENT INTEL LABS
  2. 2. Open Innovation 2.0 Martin Curley Vice President, Director, Intel Labs Europe Intel Corp. 2
  3. 3. Does Innovation matter?
  4. 4. Innovation Matters 75% of US GDP growth came from Technological Innovation since 1945  US Department of Commerce
  5. 5. The unit is changing!
  6. 6. The unit of competition is changing! Company ---------- Ecosystem
  7. 7. ••• 7 Innovation moving out of the Lab/ University Centralized inward looking innovation Closed Innovation Ecosystem centric, cross- organizational innovation Innovation Networks/ Ecosystems Externally focused, collaborative innovation Open Innovation
  8. 8. … it is about the ecosystem in Europe we collaborate with over 400 external partners ....vibrant innovation ecosystem Copyright Intel © 2013 Alignment, Amplification, Acceleration ,
  9. 9. INTEL CONFIDENTIAL Five Digital Disrupters New Business + Usage Models …by 2015 >1 Zetabyte Internet Traffic3 >15 Bn Connected Devices2 >1 Bn More Netizen’s1 Tectonic Shifts Energy Transport Retail Healthcare Smart Cities Finance Big Data Cloud Client Continuum Cyber- Physical Systems/IOT Security
  10. 10. INTEL CONFIDENTIAL The urban population is expected to increase from 3.6 Billion people in 2011 to 7 Billion in 2050. $41 Trillion needed for Infrastructure expenditure worldwide in the next 20 years Cities consume two thirds of the World’s energy Smart City expenditure $3.3TN 2020-2025 $400Bn in 2020 Why Cities? Top 600 cities create > 50% of Global GDP, $30 Trillion (Frost & Sullivan)
  11. 11. 12 2B Devices 2006 15B Devices 2015 1IDC*, Intel, United Nations 2IDC Digital Universe Study, December 2012 3McKinsey Global Institute* The Next Wave 50B Devices 20201 DATA GROWING AT 10X DATA GROWTH BY 2016 – 90% UNSTRUCTURED2 CONNECTED DEVICES GROWING AT 300%3 The Internet of Things *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
  12. 12. Introducing Open Innovation 2.0
  13. 13. Key Characteristics – Open Innovation 2.0
  14. 14. Intel Labs Europe Advance Intel by bringing the benefits of the ongoing digital revolution to European economy & society by: Advancing breakthrough research Forming close partnerships with the European technology community
  15. 15. Quadruple Helix Innovation Government, Academia, Industry and Citizens collaborating together to drive structural changes far beyond the scope of any one organization could achieve on it’s own Government/Public Academic Industry Citizen
  16. 16. Sustainable Connected Cities Dublin
  17. 17. The Rise of the User • Observation and Surveying • Prototype Development • Testing (Usability, Feasibility, Market Testing • Piloting • Interactive User Feed-back • Incremental User Innovation Ideas • User Idea Generation • User Community innovation • Services by Definition “Co-creation” Consumers Industry R&D Led User/User Community Led User as “Research-Object” User as Innovator Contributors Innovators Source: IPTS; Jean Claude Burgelman, 2007
  18. 18. OI2 Dublin: User Involvement
  19. 19. Hi Lo VolumeofInnovationEfforts Last10years Core process Process Enabling process Business model Finance Networking Product performance Offering Product system Service Channel Delivery Brand Customer experience Source: Doblin Analysis Innovation Efforts Innovation Value
  20. 20. Dublin as a Living Lab! 23
  21. 21. Environmental Sensing 24
  22. 22. Open Innovation 2.0 in action - Collaboration with San Jose; Opportunities with Guadalajara ? 25
  23. 23. Innovation: Ideas aren’t enough! Innovation = Ideas X Execution X Adoption Strategic Innovation = Vision (Ideas x Execution x Adoption) Strategic Innovation is innovation in the context of a vision!
  24. 24. ..but it takes courage too.
  25. 25. Opportunities multiply as they are seized! Dream, Dare, Do!
  26. 26. New Ideas • I can’t understand why people are scared of new ideas, I’m scared of the old ones – John Cage 29

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