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  • 1. WeBBTStrategy
  • 2. Importance of ICT
  • 3. Employment by ICT sub-sector in Belgium (in FTE) 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 (IT Equipment): computers, printers, scanners, photocopiers (Components, Telecom and Multimedia Equipment): semiconductors, printedcircuits, LCDs, TV tubes, diodes, TV, VCR, cameras, cassette players, CD and DVD players,telephones, faxes, switches, routers, TV and radio emitters (Measurement Instruments): measurement instruments (sensors, readers), industrial process control equipment. Telecommunication services (Computer Services and Software): hardware consultancy, software consultancy and supply, database activities, Internet, maintenance and repair.
  • 4. ICT BERD in relation to GDP broken down into ICT sector size andR&D intensity factors, 2007 ICT BERD in the ICT sector R&D economy (ICT Size of ICT sector in the intensity (ICT BERD / BERD/GDP economy (ICT VA/GDP) ICT VA)EU 0.30% 4.8% 6.2%US 0.72% 6.4% 11.2%Japan 0.87% 6.8% 12.8%Korea 1.30% 7.9% 16.5%Taiwan 1.31% 10.6% 12.3%Belgium 0.25% 4.0% 6.2%
  • 5. Impact of ICT on other sectors ‘ICT has revolutionized the global economy in recent decades, leading to increased productivity and higher standards of living. The economies that accrue the greatest benefits will be those that continue to aggressively support ICT R&D to keep their firms and industries at the cutting edge of innovation and application’Source: ICT R&D policies, an international perspective Stephen Ezell and Scott Andes (ITIF)
  • 6. Innovation Policy
  • 7. Growing focus on Europe FIA: participants in >10 projects Name Nr of FIA Projects ALCATEL LUCENT 35 TELEFONICA 33 FRAUNHOFER-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER 25 ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V 21 FRANCE TELECOM SA 20 INSTITUT NATIONAL RECHERCHE INF. ET EN AUTOMATIQUE 20 SAP AG 17 THALES SA ERICSSON AB 16 IBM RESEARCH GMBH 15 NEC EUROPE LTD 14 ATOS ORIGIN SOCIEDAD ANONIMA ESPANOLA 13 THOMSON 12 INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE FOR BROADBAND 11 TECHNOLOGY 11 TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAT BERLIN 11 UNIVERSITY OF SURREY 10 CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY HELLAS CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE 10 CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE 10 SIEMENS AG 10 WATERFORD INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 10 8
  • 8. Alignment with VRWI and VIAStrategische cluster 1: Transport - Diensten - Logistiek - Supply chain managementStrategische cluster 2: ICT en Diensten voor de GezondheidszorgStrategische cluster 3: Gezondheidszorg - Voeding - Preventie en behandelingStrategische cluster 4: Nieuwe materialen - Nanotechnologie - Verwerkende industrieStrategische cluster 5: ICT voor Socio-economische InnovatieStrategische cluster 6: Energie en Milieu voor Diensten en Verwerkende industrie
  • 9. Track Record
  • 10. Facts & figures• IBBT annual research budget: 30 Mio Euro• 257 research projects • 83 interdisciplinary cooperative projects • 174 other projects• 721 research partners• 1000+ researchers in IBBT research departments• 1000+ publications• 30 incubation projects• 10 iVenture seed-investments• 8 IBBT spin-off companies CONFIDENTIEEL 10
  • 11. Track Record
  • 12. Revenues IBBT Government Allowance24.000.00022.000.00020.000.00018.000.00016.000.00014.000.00012.000.00010.000.000 8.000.000 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Externally Financed Research 7.000.000 6.000.000 5.000.000 IWT 4.000.000 EU 3.000.000 BILA 2.000.000 1.000.000 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (i)
  • 13. IBBT Mission
  • 14. Vision Create a lasting and positive impact on society through innovation in ICT
  • 15. Mission IBBT aims to add economic and social value through excellent research and the creation of human capital in the domain of ICT
  • 16. We want to achieve this through• Performing demand-driven, interdisciplinary research in an open innovation context• Creating value by collaborating closely with economic and social actors in Flanders and the world• Developing world-class researchers and companies
  • 17. Application DomainsFocus on our main societal challenges
  • 18. Societal Challenges• Digital media and culture• Healthy Society• Sustainable Mobility• ICT and Energy• Social and Secure Computing
  • 19. StrategyGoals and Enablers
  • 20. Blazing Platforms – Economist February 12 2011 „But, for a full comeback Europe will have to wait for an entrepreneurial culture like Silicon Valley‟s.Other bits of Europe‟s mobile-phone industry This may not be asare already showing signs of revival. The hopeless as it sounds.revenues of ARM, a British firm, may only be in The beginnings of suchthe hundreds of millions, but most a culture have takenmicroprocessors found in handsets and othermobile devices are based on its designs. root in recent years,Ericsson now generates 40% of its revenues and some successfulwith services, for instance by managing wireless start-ups havenetworks around the world. And on February 7th sprouted‟Alcatel-Lucent unveiled technology that reducesthe size of a wireless base station from a filingcabinet‟s to that of a Rubik‟s cube.
  • 21. Strategic Goals
  • 22. Excellence in Demand-driven Research
  • 23. Our R&D Toolbox
  • 24. Research Departments
  • 25. Research activities
  • 26. Focus on Entrepreneurship and Innovation Our goal is to have an impact on the economy and society by the global valorisation and widespread acceptance of IBBT innovations.
  • 27. IBBT Incubator & Venture Accelerator Create a vibrant environment with an international vision that links entrepreneurs with IBBT know how, provides access to financing and leverages our industry network Enterpreneurs Financing Industry Partner Network
  • 28. Our Incubation toolkit
  • 29. Seed Capital Fund
  • 30. Fostering Human Capital
  • 31. Key Objectives• Attract and retain research talent• Increase learning opportunities and (international) researcher mobility• Stimulate entrepreneurship• Continued „brain transfer‟ to innovation companies• Increase and share IBBT project-management experience
  • 32. Strategic Enablers
  • 33. Internationalization
  • 34. Focus domains for internationalization• Research excellence through international collaboration• Increased participation in European projects• Support for start-ups and growth companies in an international environment• International branding and image building
  • 35. Facilities
  • 36. Living LabsPanel Living Lab Prototyping & Simulate Your EuropeanManagement Methodology testing Business Network of Living Labs • We’ll model a• We’ll find and • We’ll show you • Draw, discuss and •iLab.o hosts the rough idea into a Brussels Office for motivate your test- how to set up a usable app for daily simulate your value users living lab project chain and business ENoLL life and test it through model on the fly. A toolbox for any project type: ICON, Living Lab, CIP, FP7, …
  • 37. Scenario‟s for the Future
  • 38. Four Scenarios• Scenario 1 - “Status quo” : this is basically an extrapolation of the current (2011) financial situation, with government funding increasing only by a yearly inflation rate of 3% and thus constant in real terms.• Scenario 2 - “Low growth” : in this scenario we foresee a yearly growth rate of government funding of 8%, as set forward by VRWI in their minimal guidelines for R&D-expenditure in Flanders towards 2020.• Scenario 3 - “Moderate growth” : government funding increases at a rate of 15% per year, which would result in doubling the government funding amount by 2016, but would only bring IBBT at that point at the same funding-level of other Strategic Research Centers in Flanders today.• Scenario 4 - “Ambitious growth” : this scenario would accelerate the alignment of IBBT‟s government funding with that of other SRC‟s in Flanders faster, i.e. doubling the total government funding by 2013. After the first 2 years, a yearly growth rate of 10% would then be applicable until 2016.
  • 39. Mapping of scenarios against strategic goals & enablers Strategic Goals & Strategic Initiatives Scenario Scenario Scenario Scenario Enablers 1 2 3 4 Achieve Excellence Increased funding for market-driven & - +/- + + in Market-driven strategic research Research New R&D-instruments (eg. for SME’s) - - +/- + Strategic research partnerships - - + + Living Lab activities - + + + Provide Incubation & venturing support for ICT- +/- +/- + + comprehensive startups support for Link into the Flemish “Zaaigeldfonds” + + + + entrepreneurship “Accelerator” program for high-growth - - +/- + and innovation companies Foster Human “Accelerator” program for high-growth - - +/- + Capital through companies knowledge Waalse Krook + + + + exchange Support in project management of EU- - - +/- + projects Focus on Boost the volume of EU-funded projects - - + + Internationalizatio Strategic research partnerships - - + + n Living Lab activities - + + + Internationally oriented Marketing & - - + + Communication Create world-class Increased funding for infrastructure & - +/- + + facilities facilities Waalse Krook + + + +
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