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Laboratorio "SMART PUGLIA: Verso la strategia di specializzazione intelligente 2014-2020" 23.07.2013 “Quali tecnologie abilitanti per la Puglia” - prof. CREAN

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Il progetto Capacity SUD ha la finalità di migliorare la capacità istituzionale delle amministrazioni regionali aiutandole a programmare interventi che rispondano alle loro esigenze prioritarie e a …

Il progetto Capacity SUD ha la finalità di migliorare la capacità istituzionale delle amministrazioni regionali aiutandole a programmare interventi che rispondano alle loro esigenze prioritarie e a dotarsi delle competenze, degli strumenti e delle tecnologie necessarie per la loro efficace attuazione. La capacità istituzionale, oltre a fornire un supporto strategico per una gestione maggiormente efficiente dei PO, assume un rilievo fondamentale in prospettiva della programmazione comunitaria nel quadro di Europa 2020.
Website: capacitaistituzionale.formez.it

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  • 1. KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES AND SMART SPECIALISATION FOR A COMPETITIVE ITALY PROF. GABRIEL M CREAN VICE-PRESIDENT FOR TECHNOLOGY, CEA, FRANCE, HIGH LEVEL GROUP ON KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES Bari, 23th of July 2013
  • 2. 22 KETs: Global perspective KETs: Why are they important2 Outline 1
  • 3. 3 • 26,522 million men and women in the EU-27 were unemployed in May 2013 (Eurostat May 2013) • 12.2% of total EU workforce • 5,525 million young persons (under 25) were unemployed in the EU-27 (Eurostat May 2013) • 23.1% of total workforce • Italy: Unemployment rate 12.2% in 2013, ( 5.9% in 2007) 3,14 million people = Pop Rome 2,7 million + pop Bari 320,475 • Italy: Youth unemployment rate 36.9% in 2013 (27.8% in 2010) 3 SMART Specialisation is NOT smart if it does not create jobs
  • 4. 4 “The new era of manufacturing will be marked by highly agile, networked entreprises that use information and analytics as skillfully as they employ talent and machinery to deliver products and services to diverse global market. In advanced economies, manufacturing will continue to drive innovation, exports, and productivity growth. In developing economies, manufacturing continue to provide a pathway to higher living standards. As long as companies and countries understand the evolving nature of manufacturing, and act on the powerful trends shaping the global competitive environment, they can thrive in this promising future”. 4 The strategic importance of manufacturing McKinsey report Manufacturing the future: the next era of global growth and innovation. Nov 2012
  • 5. 55 Manufacturing: A Global Competition Top 15 Manufacturers by share of global manufacturing nominal gross value added
  • 6. 6 McKinsey report Manufacturing the future: the next era of global growth and innovation. Nov 2012 Manufacturing drives innovation
  • 7. Barack H. Obama, State of The Union 2011 speech, Jan 25 “At stake [right now] is whether new jobs and industries take root in this country, or somewhere else. […] The rules have changed.In a single generation, revolutions in technology have transformed the way we live, work and do business. […] The future is ours to win. But to get there, we can't just stand still.[…] We know what it takes to compete for the jobs and industries of our time. We need to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world. All these investments -- in innovation, education, and infrastructure -- will make America a better place to do business and create jobs. The first step in winning the future is encouraging American innovation. […] In America, innovation doesn't just change our lives. It is how we make our living. […] This is our generation's Sputnikmoment. […] We'll invest in biomedical research, information technology, and especially clean energy technology an investment that will strengthen our security, protect our planet, and create countless new jobs for our people.” New US Re-industrialisation Policy
  • 8. 88 US political focus on manufacturing
  • 9. 99 US political focus on manufacturing The policy agenda for U.S. manufacturing is changing. Five years ago the debate was mostly about how to rescue and retain existing footholds in manufacturing, but lately the debate is increasingly about how to set the stage to lead the world in new technologies and innovations that are changing the face of manufacturing. That shift in direction was underscored when eight states prepared new strategies based not on the desire to “save manufacturing” but with the idea, “Let’s lead in what lies ahead,” including robotics, nanotechnology, and advanced materials.
  • 10. 1010 0 20 40 60 80 100 2009 2012 47% 5% 44% 4% 62% 5% 31% 2% Asia Europe US 0 20 40 60 80 100 2009 2012 54% 6% 29% 11% 62% 11% 17% 10% Others The share in Machine Tool production for the period 2009-2012 World Machine Tool consumption / geographical repartition for the period 2009-2012 “Once the manufacturing base is lost, it never comes back”. CECIMO President Europe competitiveness in advanced manufacturing is rapidly declining
  • 11. 1111 45% 28%24% 32% 38% 27% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 Europe Asia US Patent share by competitor bloc for all KETs cumulated (2000-2010) Europe is resilent - but the window of opportunity is reducing 2009 2012
  • 12. 1212 The diffusion and exploitation of European generated IPRs outside Europe is accelerating 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 2010 2011 2012 Average growth of license and patent revenues from outside Europe (%) Innovation Union Scoreboard 2013
  • 13. 13 Market Knowledge The valley of death The European “Valley of Death”
  • 14. Global patent and Manufacturing shares: the case of Li-Ion Battery Global patent and Manufacturing shares: the case of PV 2010 2012
  • 15. High Level Group :Building a bridge to success for regions © CEA. All rights reserved | 15 Development of Technology building blocks within DG CONNECT & DG Res Re-industrialisation of Europe: KETs Pilot Lines & Deployment supported by H2020 and Structural Funds Capacity Build-out on a level playing field: KETs industrial Policy Public Financing Private Financing
  • 16. 1616 US and Asia invest massively in development activities to sustain their industrial innovation
  • 17. 1717 KETs: Global perspective KETs: Why are they important2 Outline 1
  • 18. Advanced Materials Electronics Software Optics Biotechnologies Sensors Nanotechnologies Advanced Manufacturing KETs are indispensable for advanced products
  • 19. 19 Camera Photonics substrate Advanced materials Chip Microelectronics Mems Nanotechnologies Advanced Manufacturing KETs are indispensable for advanced products
  • 20. 20 KETs: -Advanced materials -Nanotechnologies -Biotechnologies KETs: -Advanced manufac turing Systems -Biotechnology KETs: -Nanoelectronics -Photonics FromKETs tofinalproduct Material Equipment Component Fromproduct tosocietalchallenge Product Solutions & services Societal challenges Biomass Biolsoprene Biobased Synthesis rubber, Adhesives, elastomers Car tyres Biobased tyres CO2 reduction Energy efficiency (Climate change) Car industry MOCVD reactor Lighting GaN LED Lamp Lighting Energy efficiency (Climate change) Nomadic communication Nano component (Low power) Litho scanner Nanoelectronics Knowledge society SOI material Mobile phone 20 KETs are strategic along all value chains
  • 21. 21Source: Gartner, Own analysis 1980 - Production sites > 25,000 wspm 200mm eq. Σ 299,953 wspm 200mm eq. Weight of semiconductors production sites with respect to total semiconductor production in Europe Glenrothes Greenock Swindon Chippenham Bedford Kiev Zelenograd Moscow Vilnius Bucharest Zarnovica Genoa Catane Nantes Tours Toulouse Nijmegen Stadskanaal Hamburg Freising Kista-Stockholm Munich Cornaredo Rennes Oldham Evolution de la production de semi-conducteurs en Europe (k wspm éq 200’’) 0 200 400 600 800 1 000 1 200 1 400 1 600 1 800 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 <100mm’ 100/125/150 200mm 300mm 300mm RTO pilot line Evolution of the semiconductor manufacturing landscape in Europe, by region, from 1980 to 2010 SMART SPECIALISATION: A CASE-STUDY