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Innovation Parks: Past, Present, Future

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Santa Fe Innovation Park presentation to the Applied Solutions Coalition

Santa Fe Innovation Park presentation to the Applied Solutions Coalition

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  • 1. Innovation Parks:Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSanta Fe WorkshopOctober, 2009
  • 2. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionThematic overview: Past: Fixed asset focus Present: Vertical specialization Future: Dynamic knowledge ecosystems
  • 3. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionPast: Fixed asset focus• Same as “research” or “technology” parks, generally ex-urban• Attached to research universities or national laboratory• Tenants benefit from proximity to intellectual capital, I.P.
  • 4. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionPast: Examples• Research Triangle Park• Sandia Science & Technology Park• ~160 parks in the U.S.
  • 5. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionPresent: Vertical Specialization• “New Century Cities,” built around a theme• Media, bio-tech current favorites• Benefits from multiple specialists, interactions, synergies
  • 6. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionPresent: Examples• Biopolis (Singapore)• Digital Media City (Seoul)• Parque de Investigacion e Innovacion Tecnologica (Monterrey, Mexico)Research Parks for the Knowledge EconomyNations are constructing lavish science parks, often with big city amenities, to gain a competitive edge in theglobal economy
  • 7. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionFuture: Dynamic knowledge ecosystems• Soft structures, multi-node & distributed networks• Regional innovation ecosystems• The city is the innovation park• Benefits from collaborative activities
  • 8. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionFuture: Examples• 22@Barcelona• Keystone Innovation Zone• East Bay Green Corridor• Santa Fe Innovation Park
  • 9. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSFIP: A case study• An “applied solutions laboratory”• A place and a process for solving important, complex problems• Santa Fe as a center of excellence in applied innovation
  • 10. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSFIP: Place• Master-planned campus• Specialized facilities, tools, technologies• Public/private partnership• Based on distinctive local resources• Supports trans-disciplinary work
  • 11. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSFIP: Process• Trans-disciplinary collaborations• Rapid ideation & prototyping• Systems-level innovation
  • 12. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSFIP: Participants• CASE + science & technology Partners• Local creative community, institutions• State government, policy & planning• Industry Clients & Partners
  • 13. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSFIP: Programmatic interests• Energy/climate• Education• Health care• Water resources• Sustainable economic development
  • 14. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSFIP: Project exampleCommunity Model for the New Energy Economy:• Based on CLEAR model• Finance, policy, social, design enhancements via SFIP• Broad diffusion as a community action platform
  • 15. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionSummary: salient trendsHard assets Soft structuresFixed spaces Flex capacityProducts ServicesAs the nature of innovation changes, so will Innovation Parks
  • 16. Innovation Parks: Past, Present, FutureApplied Solutions CoalitionContact:David Breecker, Project DirectorSanta Fe Innovation ParkPresident, David Breecker AssociatesDavid@BreeckerAssociates.com505-685-4891

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