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    • ICT KTN Philip Hargrave CEO & Network Director Creating a competitive advantage for the UK by facilitating the exchange of knowledge on Information & Communications Technologies and accelerating innovation
    • ICT KTN
      • The ICT KTN brings together the former Digital Communications and Digital Systems KTNs.
      • It is being hosted by the not-for-profit ICT KTN Company Ltd, working in association with Intellect, NPL and QinetiQ as delivery partners.
      • The new KTN will focus on Knowledge Transfer as a stimulus to economic growth.
        • It will seek bring a competitive advantage to the UK by facilitating the development and take up of information and communications technologies and their adoption as key enablers in other industries.
    • UK ICT Workforce
    • Size of UK ICT Sector
      • 272 of the top 1000 companies by R&D investment in the BIS 2010 Scoreboard are ICT companies.
      • The total R&D spend of these companies is £4.5 B, equivalent to 3.2% of their total sales of £139 B.
      • This makes ICT the third largest sector in the UK in terms of sales and the second largest in terms of R&D.
        • The largest sector in terms of sales is Oil & Gas Production at £348 B.
        • The second largest sector in terms of sales is Banking at £166 B.
        • The largest sector in terms of R&D is Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology at £8.9 B.
    • Size of UK ICT Sector R&D / £ M Sales / £ M
    • ICT KTN Vision
      • The focal point in the UK for innovation in digitally enabled ICT systems.
        • Maximising the economic and social benefits the UK realises through such systems.
        • Accelerating the deployment of ICT by identifying and addressing technological and business issues that would otherwise delay or even prevent its exploitation.
        • Engaging with those in adjacent sectors for which ICT is transformational.
        • Encouraging increased inward investment in ICT.
        • Supporting the growth of UK companies in the sector and the UK activities of global companies.
      • Respected by government as the independent business voice of the ICT sector.
    • Governance
      • The ICT KTN will be a challenge led organisation.
        • A Programme Steering Board will establish top level Challenges in the light of those identified by the Technology Strategy Board.
      • These Challenges will be addressed through Initiatives led by Delivery Managers under direct contract to the not-for-profit Company or engaged through its delivery partners.
      Delivery Manager Delivery Manager Delivery Manager Delivery Manager
    • Impact
      • The ICT KTN will achieve impact by engaging with the community through:
        • High quality focused workshops, seminars, briefings, master classes and other events, both physical and online.
        • The publication of position papers, roadmaps, thought leadership articles and case studies.
      • Physical events are central to all forms of knowledge transfer.
        • They also provide important opportunities for individuals to meet and network with those in other organisations, both industrial and academic.
      • Position papers and reports are key to informing governmental organisations of the UK’s technological needs and policy requirements.
    • Network of Networks
      • The ICT KTN will operate as a network of networks, partnering with and working through other networks, industry associations, support organisations and communities.
    • Working and Strategy Groups
      • Working and Strategy Groups will be central to the success of the ICT KTN.
        • Such groups will be established in support of major initiatives.
        • They are the key to the writing and publication of position papers and reports.
        • They are also an important source of guidance in respect of KTN activity.
    • Collaboration
      • The ICT KTN will encourage collaboration as a route to innovation.
        • It will promote the formation of consortia to respond to UK and European collaborative calls.
        • It will introduce SMEs to the capabilities of University Departments.
    • UK Business Interests
      • The ICT KTN will actively promote the interests of UK companies.
        • This will be achieved by working closely with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI).
        • Competitions will be run for SMEs to exhibit a solution, service or product at a major international show where UKTI has a presence.
        • We will work with UK companies to put together demonstrators that showcase UK technology.
    • EPSRC Positioning of ICT as Engineering Support
    • Key Technology Strategy Board Documents
    • Initial ICT KTN Challenges
      • Economic - Maximising the economic benefits realised through new and pervasive digital services and business models
      • Societal - Maximising the societal benefits  associated with the transformational nature of ICT
      • Infrastructure - Facilitating the deployment of world leading ICT Infrastructure in the UK
      • Capabilities - Driving network, systems and device capabilities central to the effective and secure delivery of digital economy services
      • Collaboration & Business Support - Promoting collaboration and UK business interests in ICT
    • ICT KTN First Ninety Day Initiatives
      • Economic
      • Future Internet (Inc the Internet of Things)
      • Leveraging the Digital Economy
      • Machine-to-Machine Communications
      • Enterprise Cloud Adoption
      • Societal
      • Telecare & Health Telematics
      • Broadcast and the Role of the Internet
      • Government as a Platform
      • Government Services Online
      • Smart Grids
      • Infrastructure
      • Broadband – Next Generation Access
      • Radio Technology and Spectrum
      • Resilient Location & Timing Infrastructure
      • Capabilities
      • Cloud Forensics
      • Cyber-Security 
      • Ubiquitous Location
      • Scalable Computing
      • Collaboration & Business Support
      • UK Participation in Framework Programmes 7 & 8 (FPs 7&8) and wider Collaborative Activity
    • Initial Working Groups
      • UK Future Internet Strategy Group (UKFISG)
      • Machine-to-Machine Communications
      • IT as a Service
      • Government
      • Smart Energy Special Interest Group (SIG)
      • Next Generation Access
      • Wireless Technology & Spectrum
      • Location & Timing
      • Cloud Forensics
      • Scalable Computing
      • Collaboration