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Open Innovation 2.0 - Thierry van landergem plenary 5   final(1) Open Innovation 2.0 - Thierry van landergem plenary 5 final(1) Presentation Transcript

  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.1 |Thierry Van Landegem,Chairman GreenTouch and VP Bell LabsMay 2013OPEN INNOVATION 2.0AN EXAMPLE IN ACTION : GREENTOUCH
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.2 |WHERE DO WE STAND TODAY?• OI is too often viewed as an extension of a collaboration with auniversity or an industrial partner• Industry is pulling in too many directions•Unclear role of university in innovation paradigm• Public authority monies spread too thin
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.3 |• OI 2.0 goes beyond your company.• It is about your industry.• It is about society.•Industry has an important role in defining the bold goalsBIG AND AMBITIOUS GOALSimprove energy efficiency incommunication networksby a factor of 1000 View slide
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.4 |• The challenge is too complex to solve on your own• You need to involve all stakeholdersof the value chain• Covers all dimensions: technical, social, economical, policy etc• Requires a multi-disciplinary approachYOU CAN’T DO IT ALONEMore than 50 members including,manufacturer, supplier, operator,academia, … View slide
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.5 |• Bigger societal cause and shared value• Aligned with individual member organization’sstrategic interestALIGN MOTIVATION AND AGENDAReduce carbon footprint for thebetterment of our planet
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.6 | COPYRIGHT © 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.• Today we start to see forms of public private partnership• Public authorities have an important role to complement theindustry investment.• Grand challenges are too grand and too capital intensive to beborne by the private sector only.PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPIndirect funding throughexisting funding programs
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.7 |•Consortium model•Governance model• Board• Operations committee – sets process, funding, …• Technical committee – sets research agenda, projects, …STRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATIONboardops techpolicy tech1 techN
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.8 |• Operator / service provider interest group• Exchange best practice• Create a pilot platform•Policy / standards / services group• Standardization• Policy influencingSTRUCTURE AND ORGANIZATIONboardops techpolicy tech1 techN
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.9 |•Projects are established amongst members• In specific areas with clear deliverables• Rules of the game set in IPR frame• Research amongst project partners is shared royalty-free with consortiummembers to further research in other areas• Fair and reasonable conditions to commercializeFRAMEWORK TO CREATE & SHAREproject project projectproject project project
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.10 |•Common Research agenda•Projects approved and managed• Keeps en end-to-end view• Identifies research gaps, skill gapsCOORDINATED COLLABORATIVEINNOVATIONTechnical Committee
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.11 |• May 13 2013 announcement (green meter analysis):“Energy consumption in communicationnetworks can be reduced by up to 90% by2020, despite traffic growth”• Many more ongoing projects (#16), and others, in the pipeline• Need to further expand to complete skill gapGREENTOUCH: WHERE ARE WE?
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.12 |• Questions?• You can find us on• www.greentouch.org• @Green_TouchGREENTOUCH
  • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. COPYRIGHT © ALCATEL-LUCENT 2013.13 |