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Tsp 2010 2011 report for ex-club (31012011) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Welcome toExecutive Club @ TSP January 31, 2011
  • 2. 2010 Highlight Activities
  • 3. 2010 Highlight Activities ● Grand Opening of “Garden of Innovation” ● Incubation facilities to support the 0 10 development of new technology intensive h 2 businesses rcMa ● Covers 6,800 square meters of areas and expected to welcome 21 technology incubatees
  • 4. 2010 Highlight Activities ● Additional Skill, Technology, and Innovation (STI) of the BOI ● Further amendment following the BOI announcement No. 11/2552, the new qualified 10 expenditure covers: 20Ju ne – The donation to the National Science and Technology Development Agency’s (NSTDA) Science and Technology Development Fund
  • 5. 2010 Highlight Activities ● Expansion on 4th Floor of INC1 Building ● Additional Space of 1,290 sq.m. 2010 er mb pteSe
  • 6. 2010 Highlight Activities TSP Member, Flexo Research Group, ● Awarded “Technology Pioneers 2011” from World Economic Forum and Featured in 010 Time Magazine in an er2 Article “10 Start-Ups mb That will Change Your pteSe Life,” Sept. 23, 2010 Issue For Pioneering Work in Enzyme Technology for Paper Recycling
  • 7. 2010 Highlight Activities● 7 New TSP Members ● Almendra (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ● World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE) ● DSPComm (Thailand) ● Asian Clean Energy Green Development Co., Ltd. ● Pfizer (Thailand) Co., Ltd. ● Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology Association of Thailand (ECTI Thailand) ● DotArai
  • 8. New ICT Service Offered● High Speed & High Security● Up to 99.95% Service Level Agreement● Hotline 24hrs● Wide range of services offered ● Hi-Speed Internet via Optical Fiber Backbone – Shared Bandwidth (Up to 15Mbps) – Guaranteed Bandwidth (Up to 20Mbps) ● Leased Circuit ● IDC (Internet Data Center)
  • 9. 2011 Highlight● Grand Opening of Innovation Cluster 2 ● Gross area 124,000 sq.m., Net area 72,000 sq. m. ● Modular Design ● Work Life Integration Concept – 7 x 24 Random ● Modern ICT Backbone & Services ● Support ~150 tenants and ~2,000 Professional in addition to current Phase Ready by December 2011
  • 10. IMPACT SURVEY 2010
  • 11. Project Details➢ Survey Period June – August 2010 Forms R&D R&D Business Total Returned Support Support Tenants 36 8 4 48 Incubatees 9 3 0 12 Total 45 11 4 60 44 % 36 % 16 13 20 % 7 5 4 Elec&Comp Material Bio Elec&Comp Bio Tenants (R&D group) Incubatees (R&D group) Total companies for survey = 62
  • 12. Employment Impact *Only In-wall Incubatees are measured
  • 13. Economic ImpactS&T Impact (Mill. B.) Incubatees Tenants TotalRevenue* 2009 14.7 606.7 621.4Benefit generated outside 7.6 391.0 398.6TSP 2009Investment* in fixed asset 3.3 138.6 141.92009S&T expenditure* 2.7 126.4 129.1(exclude salary) 2009S&T salary* 2010 3.4 121.5 124.9Total 32.9 1,404.2 1,415.9* For Tenants → Only figures generated from company sections locatedwithin TSP are counted here. **Include both In-wall and Out-wall Incubatees **Include both groups of R&D and R&D support
  • 14. Economic ImpactSegmented by Technology *Data from both Tenants and Incubatees
  • 15. Number of R&D Projects R&D R&D +Of year 2009 Group R&D SupportNew projects 210 218Continuing projects 79 90Completed projects 200 206Commercialized projects 166 168Accumulated until end of 2009Total completed projects 328 343Total commercialized projects 216 219Estimation Of Year 2010New projects 377 385Continuing projects 138 149Estimated number of completed projects 328 330Estimated number of commercialized projects 238 240 New Project 73% of Completed Projects Increased by 77% are Commercialized* Data from both Tenants + Incubatees* For Tenants → Only figures generated from company sections located within TSP are counted here.
  • 16. Type of R&D projects Projects 56% 129 Joint/Contract Project 120 Accounted for 38% in 2009 100 62% Estimated to increase to 44% in 2010 99 80 60 22% 25% 50 40 16% 2009 40 37 10% 20 6% 2009 3% 14 16 0 4 Own Joint Contract Hired OutJoint Research Funding AgenciesNSTDA KU KKU CU NIA BOI Govt AgenciesCMU Tuq PSU SUT KU TRF (สกว.) ITAP/NSTDAKMUTNB KMUTT Private companies *Data from R&D and R&D Support groups of both Tenants and Incubatees
  • 17. Privileges & IncentivesReceived Privileges in 2009 BOI : 17 projects from 8 companies Revenue Dept. : 8 projects from 4 companies Plan to submit in 2010 BOI : 32 projects from 8 companies Revenue Dept. : 32 projects from 8 companies *Data accumulated since companies move into TSP *Data includes Tenants and Incubatees / R&D and R&D support)
  • 18. NSTDA - University - Industry Research Collaboration (NUI-RC) by NSTDA Vision : To Build up the Smart Young Researchers for Private Sector
  • 19. Target : Research & Industry
  • 20. Target : Research & IndustryEx. Research ( Thesis ) related Topics :1. (Reduce) Energy2. (Reduce) Waste3. (Increase) Productivity : Process, Tool- machine & Equipment
  • 21. Contact Information NUI-RC by NSTDA Contact : K.Waree / K.Uraiwareew@nstda.or.th , Urai@nstda.or.th 02 564 7000 ตอ 1428, 1458 Website : http://www.nstda.or.th/NUI-RC (website active by mid of Jan 11)
  • 22. Thank you for Joining us at Executive Club @ TSP January 31, 2011