Crossroads of Europe 2013: EU Funding for Cultural Routes

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Best practices in tourism related EU projects (FP7, IEE, ICT-PSP) and a reflection on the potencial of the European cultural routes as interlinked territories where to deploy innovation. Funding strategies for cultural routes.

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Crossroads of Europe 2013: EU Funding for Cultural Routes

  1. 1. Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Gustavo MartiniéTransport, Tourism, EnergyValencian Regional OfficeValencian Regional OfficeValencian Regional OfficeValencian Regional OfficeDir +32 2 282 41 62skype: gustavomartinie // twitter: gmartiniegmartinie@delcomval.beWorkshop 2Workshop 2Workshop 2Workshop 2European Cultural Routes and fundingEuropean Cultural Routes and fundingEuropean Cultural Routes and fundingEuropean Cultural Routes and fundingmethods:methods:methods:methods: which sources?which sources?which sources?which sources?
  2. 2. ERRINERRINERRINERRINEuropean Regional ResearchEuropean Regional ResearchEuropean Regional ResearchEuropean Regional Researchand Innovation Networkand Innovation Networkand Innovation Networkand Innovation NetworkCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013and Innovation Networkand Innovation Networkand Innovation Networkand Innovation Network
  3. 3. ERRIN is a Brussels-basedplatform of regionsstrengthening regional researchand innovation capacities bywww.errinnetwork.euwww.errinnetwork.euwww.errinnetwork.euwww.errinnetwork.eu+95members13ThematicCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013and innovation capacities byexchanging information, sharingbest practice, supporting projectdevelopment, policy shapingand profile raising.Thematicworking groups
  4. 4. ERRIN helps regions get theirvoice heard in Brussels andsupports the implementationof the Europe2020 Strategy,www.errinnetwork.euwww.errinnetwork.euwww.errinnetwork.euwww.errinnetwork.euCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013of the Europe2020 Strategy,the Innovation Union flagshipinitiative and SmartSpecialisation.
  5. 5. Members of the Tourism WGMembers of the Tourism WGMembers of the Tourism WGMembers of the Tourism WGCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Regions participating in the WG:40Average nbrparticipants per session 35
  6. 6. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesEuropean Cultural Routes andEuropean Cultural Routes andEuropean Cultural Routes andEuropean Cultural Routes andfunding methods:funding methods:funding methods:funding methods:Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013European Cultural Routes andEuropean Cultural Routes andEuropean Cultural Routes andEuropean Cultural Routes andfunding methods:funding methods:funding methods:funding methods:which sources?which sources?which sources?which sources?
  7. 7. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013The Framework Programmes for Research and Technological DevelopmentFP7 2007 -2013The programme has a total budget of over € 50 billion.FP7 is a key tool to respond to Europes needs in terms of jobs andcompetitiveness, and to maintain leadership in the global knowledgeeconomy.Co-finance research, technological development and demonstrationprojects.
  8. 8. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesConcerted Innovative approaches, Strategies,Solutions and Services Improving Mobilityand European Tourism2008 – 2009Project funding 652.199 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013FP7: Transport contributionto improve competitivenessof European Tourismhttp://concertourproject.eu/http://cordis.europa.eu/More information and final reports:“creating synergiesbetween transport research and tourism services”
  9. 9. Pro-active management of the Impact ofCultural Tourism upon Urban Resources andEconomiesprojectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practices2004 – 2007Project cost: 1.747.384 €Project funding1.499.219 €pi c t u r eCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013FP6-Policies: The protection ofcultural heritage and associatedconservation strategieswww.picture-project.comhttp://cordis.europa.eu/More information and final reports:“develop a strategic urban governance frameworkfor the sustainable management of cultural tourismwithin small and medium-sized European cities”
  10. 10. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesEuropean Research Network on SustainableTourism2008 – 2012Project cost: 2.106.695 €Project funding1.911.677 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013FP7-ERA-NETs: Coordinationor networking actionswww.ernestproject.euhttp://cordis.europa.eu/More information and final reports:“to coordinate research programmes and to preparejoint research activities on sustainable andcompetitive tourism”
  11. 11. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesprojectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practices2008 – 2011Project cost: 2.603.429 €Project funding1.999.333 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013FP7-Environment: Methodologies forscaling down to the regional and locallevel the analysis of policy impacts onmultifunctional land uses and theeconomic activityhttp://cordis.europa.eu/More information and final reports:“6 study cases to study the structural effects of theEuropean policies at local level focused onagriculture, forestry, tourism, and ecosystemservices”
  12. 12. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesprojectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesBuilding bridges with geographicalinformation2008 - 2009Project cost: 788.416 €Project funding649.982 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013FP7-REGIONS OF KNOWLEDGEhttp://bridge2geo.euhttp://cordis.europa.eu/More information and final reports:“Intensifying collaboration between two regions withclusters of geoinformatics to develop GI science intonew markets (renewable energy, health and tourism”
  13. 13. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Intelligent Energy Europe Programme (IEE)€ 730 million (2007-2013)Intelligent Energy – Europe creates better conditions for a more sustainableenergy future in areas as varied as renewable energy, energy-efficientbuildings, industry, consumer products and transport.
  14. 14. Hotel Energy Solutionsprojectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practices2008 – 2011Project cost: 1.148.092 €Project funding861.069 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013INTELLIGENT ENERGYEUROPEhttp://hotelenergysolutions.net/http://www.eaci-projects.eu/More information and final reports:“developing an online tool to empower hoteliers toimprove energy management and reduce operationalcosts while increasing their competitiveness andsustainability.”
  15. 15. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesBiofuels and Electric Propulsion CreatingSustainable Transport in Tourism Resorts(BIOSIRE)2008 – 2011Project cost: 1.685.020 €Project funding1.263.765 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013IEE: Alternative fuels andvehicleshttp://www.biosire.euhttp://www.eaci-projects.eu/More information and final reports:“bio-diesel and electric propulsion for fleets, ships andspecial vehicles in tourist areas in Spain, France, Greece,Italy, Croatia and Austria.”
  16. 16. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesSustainable mobility for tourism andrecreation (STREAM)2006 – 2009Project cost: 820.927 €Project funding615.695 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013IEE: Energy-efficientTransportwww.iee-stream.comhttp://www.eaci-projects.eu/More information and final reports:“to promote sustainable mobility TO and IN recreationalareas; - to use recreation as a circumstance in whichyou can more easily promote green mobility in everyday life.”
  17. 17. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013The ICT Policy Support Programme (ICT PSP) is one of the three specificprogrammes of the Competitiveness and Innovation frameworkProgramme (CIP)The ICT PSP aims at stimulating smart sustainable and inclusive growth byaccelerating the wider uptake and best use of innovative digitaltechnologies and content by citizens, governments and businesses.It provides EU funding to support the realisation of the Digital agenda forEurope.
  18. 18. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practicesIntelligent Street lighting for energy saving2009 – 2012Project cost: 2.560.000 €Project funding1.280.000 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013ICT-PSP: ICT for energyefficiency in public buildingspaces, including lightinghttp://www.lites-project.eu/More information and final reports:“Testing Intelligent street lighting systems that couldhelp to save up to a 70% of energy costs”http://cordis.europa.eu/
  19. 19. projectsprojectsprojectsprojects best practicesbest practicesbest practicesbest practices2012 – 2014Project cost: 6.800.000 €Project funding3.400.000 €Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013ICT-PSPhttp://www.citysdk.euMore information and reports:“CitySDK enables a more efficient utilisation of theexpertise and know-how of developer communities tobe applied in city service development”Smart Tourism pilot: Lisbonhttp://cordis.europa.eu/
  20. 20. futurefuturefuturefuture 2014201420142014----2020202020202020HorizonHorizonHorizonHorizon 2020202020202020 is the financial instrument implementing the Innovation Union, a EuropeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013HorizonHorizonHorizonHorizon 2020202020202020 is the financial instrument implementing the Innovation Union, a Europe2020 flagship initiative aimed at securing Europes global competitiveness.With an €80 billion budget, the EU’s new programme for research and innovation is partof the drive to create new growth and jobs in Europe. Horizon 2020 will combine allresearch and innovation funding currently provided through the Framework Programmesfor Research and Technical Development, the innovation related activities of theCompetitiveness and Innovation Framework Programme (CIP) and the European Instituteof Innovation and Technologyhttp://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020
  21. 21. Personalising health and careSustainable food securityBlue growth, unlocking the potential of the oceansSmart cities and communitiesCompetitive low-carbon energyfuturefuturefuturefuture 2014201420142014----2020202020202020Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Competitive low-carbon energyEnergy EfficiencyMobility for growthWasteWater innovation: boosting its value for EuropeOvercoming the crisisDisaster-resilienceDigital securityThe strategic programmeis organizedaround12 focus areas
  22. 22. routesroutesroutesroutes cooperationcooperationcooperationcooperationCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013a broad field where to bring innovation from the labs to the market
  23. 23. routesroutesroutesroutes cooperationcooperationcooperationcooperationCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013a big project to be smartly sliced according to strategic priorities
  24. 24. routesroutesroutesroutes cooperationcooperationcooperationcooperationCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013An articulated territory that can createcollaborative links with external actorscontributing to add value to the project
  25. 25. innovationinnovationinnovationinnovation 4444----helixhelixhelixhelixCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013QUADRUPLE HELIX• People• Private Sector• Academia• Public Sector
  26. 26. innovationinnovationinnovationinnovation value chainvalue chainvalue chainvalue chainCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Source: Stefan Lindegaard , The Open Innovation Revolution: Essentials, Roadblocks, and Leadership Skills, 2010
  27. 27. open innovationopen innovationopen innovationopen innovationthe evolution of innovationthe evolution of innovationthe evolution of innovationthe evolution of innovationCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Evolution of innovation, by Bror Salmelin, Advisor, Innovation Systems, European Commission, Directorate General for Communications, Networks, Contentand Technology // (Source: Salmelin (http://www.slideshare.net/globalforum11/2brorsalmelin)afterChesbrough,ForresterandVonHippel)
  28. 28. routesroutesroutesroutes cooperationcooperationcooperationcooperationCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013An articulated territory that can createcollaborative links with external actorscontributing to add value to the project
  29. 29. Thank you!Thank you!Thank you!Thank you!Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013Gustavo MartiniéTransport, Tourism & EnergyValencian Regional Office in BrusselsValencian Regional Office in BrusselsValencian Regional Office in BrusselsValencian Regional Office in BrusselsDir +32 2 282 41 62skype: gustavomartinie // twitter: gmartiniegmartinie@delcomval.be
  30. 30. AnexAnexAnexAnexHorizonHorizonHorizonHorizon 2020202020202020Crossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013AnexAnexAnexAnexHorizonHorizonHorizonHorizon 2020202020202020additionaladditionaladditionaladditional slidesslidesslidesslides onononon somesomesomesome ofofofofthethethethe potentialpotentialpotentialpotential focusfocusfocusfocus areasareasareasareas
  31. 31. This focus ares addresses the overall challenge through fivecross-cutting priority domains supporting the Blue GrowthAgenda:• valorising the diversity of marine life;Blue growth: unlocking the potential of the oceansFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013• valorising the diversity of marine life;• sustainable harvesting the deep-sea resources;• new offshore challenge;• ocean observation technologies; and the• socioeconomic dimensionFocus areasActions in this area will support the EU Blue Growth Strategy and relevant EUpolicies as well as provide in particular for transatlantic cooperation.
  32. 32. Coordination of the development and technological validation ofsmart cities technologies.It will result in commercial-scale solutions with a high marketpotential in areas such as:Smart cities and communitiesFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013potential in areas such as:• energy efficient and smart buildings and neighbourhoods;• smart digital services for better-informed citizens;• identification, optimisation and integration of flows;• smart and sustainable digital infrastructures; energy systemsand smart mobility services.This focus area and the EIP will develop a strong pipeline of long-term sustainable urbansolutionsFocus areas
  33. 33. This area aims to develop and put on the market affordableand efficient solutions to decarbonise the energy system,secure energy supply and to complete the energy internalCompetitive low-carbon energyFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013secure energy supply and to complete the energy internalmarket.This area will focus on:•a smart European electricity grid;•alternative fuels and technologies;•competitive low carbon electricity.Actions in this area will support the European Strategic Technology Strategy Plan; EnergyRoadmap 2050; and Low Carbon Economy Roadmap.Focus areas
  34. 34. This focus area will include actions in industry and buildingsincluding market uptake measures, and will focus on• a smart European electricity grid;Energy EfficiencyFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013• a smart European electricity grid;• alternative fuels and technologies;• competitive low carbon electricity..Actions in this area will support the European Strategic Technology Strategy Plan; EnergyRoadmap 2050; and Low Carbon Economy RoadmapFocus areas
  35. 35. Transport is on the brink of a new era of "smart mobility". In order toboost its efficiency at system-level, this focus area will support:• targeted efforts to develop and validate new solutionsthat can be rapidly deployed, notably on corridors and inMobility for growthFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013that can be rapidly deployed, notably on corridors and inurban areas• Research and innovation on equipment and systems forvehicles, aircraft and vessels• Research and innovation on smart infrastructuresolutions, based also on GNSS applicationsActions will support the EU Road Map to a Single European Transport Area, the EU approachto research and innovation for Europes future mobility; the review of the Thematic Strategyon Air Pollution; and the EU Low Carbon Economy Roadmap.Focus areas
  36. 36. to boost the development of innovative, environmentally friendlyand cross-sectoral waste management solutions,to build a better understanding of environmental impact of humanactivities, andWasteFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013activities, andto seize new and significant market opportunities by positioningEurope as a global market leader in related innovation and technologyActivities will address the whole production and consumption cycle, from waste preventionand the design of products and processes to waste disposal or re-use.Actions in this area will support the Europe 2020 Resource-efficient Europe Flagship, theEco-innovation Action Plan, the Communication Innovating for sustainable growth: abioeconomy for Europe, the Raw Material Initiativestrategy and the European InnovationPartnership on Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability.Focus areas
  37. 37. The aim of this focus area is to seize the new and significant marketopportunities by positioning Europe as a global market leader inwater related innovation and technology.innovative tools and methodologies for risk assessment, mitigation andWater innovation: boosting its value for EuropeFocus areasThe StrategicProgrammeCrossroads of Europe: Cultural routes between local development and European IdentityToulouse 15-18 May 2013innovative tools and methodologies for risk assessment, mitigation andadaptation strategieseco-innovative, integrated and cross-sectoral solutions for watermanagement such as:• wastewater and drinking water treatment technologies;• water reuse systems and closed water cycles in industry;• enhanced desalination technologies; smart use of water• appropriate management systems and strategies.Actions in this area will support the Europe 2020 Strategy, Resource-efficient Europe andthe Environmental Action Programmed to 2020Focus areas

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