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R&D, Innovation, Enterpreneurship, Leonardo da Vinci and the Modern Economies - Dr Eli Opper

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  • In my present position as Chief Scientist I must devote a lot of my time to think about the future .
  • And here is a more current one …. Related more directly to IT .  
  • This slide represent the global network existing presently in world, that is the basis for the new economy of this millennium. Know-How, people and production are easily transferred across the world. It creates a situation where cooperation between companies and countries becomes the backbone for growth and prosperity.
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    • 1. R&D, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Leonardo da Vinci and the Modern Economies. Dr. Eli Opper - Strategic Advisor Technion Club 100 - Chairman “Promoting a culture of innovation” 26&27 September 2013 SPARK.ME CONFERENCE Budva, Montenegro
    • 2. And now what? Tsunam i
    • 3. Some Facts About Our World  Forecast for 2050: 9.4 billion people  900 million people are hungry  33 million people are infected with HIV  1.1 billion people do not have access to clean water  Barrel of oil $40 → $147 →$70 →$108 →$97  2.4 billion internet users ( 1.1 billion wireless )  6 billion cellular users  Over 1.2 billion smart phones worldwide
    • 4. 5 “If you want real growth, you have to have new technologies.” 5
    • 5. Helicopter PlanHelicopter Plan DA VINCI – Engineer & inventorDA VINCI – Engineer & inventor
    • 6. “Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible"  Lord Kelvin, 1895
    • 7. "There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home."  Ken Olsen, Founder and CEO of Digital Equipment Corporation, 1977
    • 8. “640 K Ought to be enough for anybody " Bill Gates, 1981
    • 9. Where does Israel Excel?  Telecommunication  Software  Encryption and data security  Electronics  Agro-technology  Medical equipment  Biotechnology  Optics  Internet  Nanotechnology  Applications
    • 10. Israel Knowledge Based Industry Global Hi-tech Companies Availability of Technical People & Management Expertise Existing Technology Infrastructure Experienced 2nd time entrepreneurs University Science and Technology Students Foreign Technology Firms Incubators Defense Corporate R&D Leading Academic Institutions & Research Corporate Spin- Offs VC Community Government Support Entrepreneurial Culture Source: IVA
    • 11. Car plan Da Vinci - Engineer & inventorDa Vinci - Engineer & inventor
    • 12. National Strategy for R&D and Innovation National Strategy for R&D and Innovation  Scientific InfrastructureScientific Infrastructure  Government SupportGovernment Support  Private Financing (VC, Equity, etc..)Private Financing (VC, Equity, etc..)  International CooperationInternational Cooperation  Entrepreneurship Spirit
    • 13. Global Network for Transfer of Knowledge
    • 14. 16 Scientific publications & CitationsScientific publications & Citations 0.00 0.50 1.00 1.50 Spain Italy Ireland Japan Germany France Belgium USA Norway New-Zealand Canada Australia Holand UK Danmark Finland Israel Swizerland Sweden Publication/M inhabitants Citations / M inhabitants Academic Environment
    • 15. Bilateral R&D programsBi-national Funds R&D centers in universities MAGNETON Technology transfer from academy to industry Magnet Consortium Industry & Academy NOFAR Applied academic research in biotechnology KATAMON Promotion of water technology projects Recruiting hi-tech managers for traditional industry Technological incubators TNUFA Individual investors and startup companies EUREKA Traditional industry R&D centers of large companies in peripheral zone Research institutes Biotech fund Long-term generic R&D R&D Fund Competitive R&D Encouragement and Enlargement of the R&D Inventory in Israel
    • 16. x Da Vinci - AnatomistDa Vinci - Anatomist
    • 17. Source: OECD and Israel CBS Expenditure on Civilian R&D as a percent of the GDP in Israel and in OECD Countries 4.5 3.6 3.43.2 2.7 2.5 2.32.22.12.02.01.91.8 1.61.61.6 1.41.4 1.4 1.11.01.0 0 .9 0.90.7 0 1 2 3 4 5 Israel Sw edenFinlandJapanSw itzerland K oreaG erm any IcelandU SA D enm arkFrance B elgium N etherlands Austria U K N orw ay C anadaC hina Australia B razil N ew ZealandItalyR ussiaSpainIndiaG reece 3.2
    • 18. Entrepreneurship ExamplesEntrepreneurship Examples
    • 19. Entrepreneurship ExamplesEntrepreneurship Examples
    • 20. Entrepreneurship ExamplesEntrepreneurship Examples
    • 21. GOING TO THE FUTURE 20131415161921201817222023
    • 22. Other: 5% Communications: 33% Software: 8% Chemicals: 4% Electro-Optics: 7% Electronics: 15%Life Sciences: 28% Grants by Technological Sectors - ForecastGrants by Technological Sectors - Forecast Bio? Nano? High-end Industry? Converging Technologies? Energy/Water/ Environment?
    • 23. Ideal City Plan Da Vinci - ArchitectDa Vinci - Architect
    • 24. Where Technology MeetsWhere Technology Meets CreativityCreativity
    • 25. Some DilemmasSome Dilemmas  What is the role of the government?What is the role of the government?  What are the preferred future sectorsWhat are the preferred future sectors (if any)?(if any)?  TheThe ““Exits phenomenaExits phenomena””  Growth ofGrowth of companiescompanies  Basic ResearchBasic Research  Industrial R&DIndustrial R&D (Mission-oriented Science)(Mission-oriented Science)
    • 26. There is always room also for the small ones
    • 27. 30 ThankThank You!You! Excellence is a Key Success Factor 30