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About Skolkovo

  1. 1. Sk«THE SKOLKOVO INNOVATION CENTRE IS OUR BIGGEST PROJECT IN THIS AREA. DOZENS OFBUSINESSES, BIG AND SMALL, REGISTERED IN VARIOUS LOCATION THROUGHOUT RUSSIA,WILL TAKE PART IN THIS PROJECT THIS YEAR AND WILL ALL ENJOY SPECIAL INCENTIVES. I AMSURE THAT WE WILL SEE THE EMERGENCE OF NEW GLOBAL BRANDS COMING OUT OF RUSSIAOVER THE COMING YEARS, AND THE INVOLVEMENT OF FOREIGN BUSINESS, INNOVATIVEFOREIGN BUSINESS, IN THESE EFFORTS WILL BOOST OUR CHANCES».DMITRY MEDVEDEV, PRESIDENT OF RUSSIAN FEDERATIONWORLD ECONOMIC FORUM IN DAVOS, JANUARY 2011 http://www.i-gorod.com/ March, 2011
  2. 2. THE MISSION OF SKOLKOVOSKOLKOVO IS TO BECOME AN INNOVATION HUB THAT WILL STIMULATE INNOVATIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DISSEMINATE ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO INTEGRATE RUSSIA INTO THE GLOBAL ECONOMY FOSTERING ADVANCEMENT OF CREATING GLOBALLY HUMAN CAPITAL IN COMPETITIVE RUSSIA BY ESTABLISHING GLOBAL PRODUCTS AND ATTRACTING FOREIGN INNOVATIVE SERVICES BASED ON SPECIALISTS AND COMPANIES IN RUSSIA CUTTING-EDGECREATING CONDITIONS RESEARCHFOR LOCAL INNOVATIVETALENT DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. STRATEGIC GOALS AND SUCCESS MEASURES OF SKOLKOVO BUILD SELF-SUSTAINING ECO-SYSTEM TO SUPPORT DEVELOPING LOCAL ADVANCED R&DENABLE EFFICIENT ACCESS TOCAPITAL AND EXPERTISE; ATTRACT WORLD-CLASS BUSINESSENSURE STRONG IP PROTECTION AND SCIENTIFIC TALENT ENTRY POINTS COMMERCIALI- RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT OPERATIONS ZATIONBUILD GLOBAL EXIT POINTS HELP TO GENERATELEADING BUSINESS, EXTERNALREGULATORY AND MARKET DEMANDVENTURE SUPPORTENVIRONMENT CREATE A HOME FOR INDEPENDENT STAKEHOLDERS: ACADEMIC, CORPORATIONS, RESEARCHERS, VENTURE FINANCE, ETC.
  4. 4. MAIN DIRECTIONS TECHNOLOGY CLUSTERS (ENERGY, BIOMEDICAL, IT, SPACE, NUCLEAR) WILL ENGAGE IN DEVELOPING NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND PRODUCTS Energy IT Biomedical Space Nuclear Space NuclearEnergy efficiency Biotechnology technology in IT and technologyand energy saving and medical software technology incl. telecommunica (assistance forincl. developmentof new energy engineering development of tions and specialtechnology medical drugs navigation companies in and equipment systems this area)
  5. 5. SKOLKOVO FOUNDATION TRACK RECORD (2010-2011) FEDERAL LAW OF SKOLKOVO COMMISSION ON THE MODERNIZATION INNOVATION CENTRE SIGNED AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT – MEMBERS OF THE FOUNDATION’S REGULATORY BODIES DEFINED SKOLKOVO FOUNDATION MANDATE ENACTED September 28th June 19th October 28th SKOLKOVO FOUNDATION REGISTERED May 21st December COMMISSION ON THE MODERNIZATION 14th AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT April – August 24th ADVISORY SCIENTIFIC BOARD FORMED FIRST RESIDENCY CERTIFICATES FOR 16 COMPANIES GRANTED March 23rd COMMISSION ON THE MODERNIZATION AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT 001 010 011 014 028 145town-planning partner innovative partner participants members of the concept companies projects funded Universities expert board
  6. 6. CREATING IN SKOLKOVO: 28 PROJECTS, 8 IN IT CLUSTER ENVIRONMENTALLY AGENTS ON THE ENDOVASCULAR3D INTERACTIVE FRIENDLY WIND POWER CARRIER WITH THE IMPLANTS WITHTEXT VISUALIZATION GENERATOR WITH LOW SWE(1) «NUCLEUS-CARBONIC BIODEGRADATION ISR(1) COST FOR KWT/H CAPSULE» STRUCTURE PROPERTIES COMPOSITE NATURAL LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGIES FORUSA(11) INSULATION COMPREHENSION AND TREATMENT OF SVK(2) INTERPRETATION COATINGS SYSTEM UK (3) CANCER, INFECTIOUS DISEASES AND SEPSIS INTERNATIONALLITHIUM-ION CENTER FOR QUANTUM MICROBIAL FUEL INTELLIGENT IP SURVEILLANCETECHNOLOGIES FRA(2) OPTICS & QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY CELLS SYSTEM ORIGINAL DRUGS FOR DETECTING AND TREATMENT AND NEUTRALIZINGCLOUD INCUBATOR DIAGNOSTIC METHODS DANGEROUS Sk OF VIRAL INFECTIONS INFECTIOUS AGENTS MEDICINES OF MODIFIED CARBOHYDRATECLOUD-BASED 3D Skolkovo BIOPOLYMER ORIGINAL DRUGS FOR HYBRID LOCOMOTIVERENDERING TREATMENT OF VIRAL ENGINES INFECTIONS SURFACE ASYMMETRICAL HIGH-TEMPERATUREVIRTUAL NEW STEEL MODIFICATION AND ELECTROCHEMICAL SUPERCONDUCTIVEPROTOTYPING TECHNOLOGIESCENTRE FOR FUNCTIONAL COATINGS CAPACITOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES CAN(1)RESEARCH OF THIN SEWAGE CLEANING NAVIGATIONAL SYSTEM GAS ISOTOPES FORFILM TECHNOLOGIES IN TECHNOLOGIES IN EMERGENCY MEDICINEENERGETICS SITUATIONSSUI(2) GER(3) APG TO METHANE CONVERSION CZE(1) TECHNOLOGIES NED(1)
  7. 7. TWO SKOLKOVO PROJECTS IN DETAILSDevelopment and implementation of 3D Rendering using cloud technologiesprevisualization technologyFilmLanguage is a media/IT solution that will Cloudmach develops a 3D renderingallow content creators to visualize their ideas technology based on the cloud computing. Itin real time. Using formalized text as an input allows creating 3D web applications availableparameter FilmLanguage will translate it into for Internet users in a click working on various3D animation using semantic analysis and 3D PCs and mobile devices.objects library. Using FL directors, scriptwriters Cloudmach is a platform intended to developand producers will be able to pre-visualize interactive e-learning apps, game apps andscripts using real-looking cameras, lighting and apps for virtual meetings. Imagine virtual test-editing. Thus all experimentation falls into pre- drive of modern vehicles. A customer does notproduction phase bringing tremendous cost have to stand in a queue to see the exposition,saving during principal photography he can visit the web-site and develop his ownperiod. Additionally text visualization car design at home or having a coffee withtechnology can be applied in mobile, iPad in the nearest café.consumer appliances, defense and otherindustries.
  8. 8. SUMMARY OF MACROECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF IT CLUSTER ISSUESThemes Rationale Example areas ▪ Support areas of traditional strengths for IT cluster with advanced, ▪ IT security world-competitive “know-how”, market recognition, highly ▪ Complex engineering solutions competent resources that could serve as platform for expansion into ▪ Analytical SW adjacent spaces ▪ Virtualization platformsStrengthening existing areas ▪ Existing competitive expertise can serve to attract key partners and ▪ Advanced searchof competitive advantage investors in the IT industry in general ▪ Image, video and speech ▪ International recognition in few areas raises the prestige of the IT recognition and processing industry as a whole ▪ Advanced electronics ▪ Foster development of areas that increase IT maturity of the country ▪ IT in healthcare and medicine overall, especially in “social IT” towards information society, that ▪ IT in educationClosing the gap with IT- address government agenda ▪ Web X.0mature countries ▪ Support areas that impact productivity increase in industries, ▪ Financial and banking software especially IT-enabled, e.g., banking, telecom, where automation is systems one of the key factors of industry competitiveness ▪ Mobile applications ▪ Main global IT trends (e.g., cloud computing) change the IT industry ▪ Cloud computing delivery model globally and their adoption is prerequisite to compete in ▪ Wireless sensor networksEnable participation in top the global economy ▪ Embedded systemsglobal IT trends and ▪ Some IT trends are enabling development of other industries (e.g., ▪ Green IT, incl. smart gridinnovation embedded systems) and their adoption determines competitiveness of respective industries ▪ The world R&D focus is usually on the areas with high disruptive potential. Russia must be part of that step change to remain competitive
  9. 9. STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS ANALYSIS Software Hardware IT Services Cross – functional Focus area Attractiveness 4.0 III Advanced I “Long electronics Security and Storage4 “Higher 3.5 Content and Collaboration1 term priority Wireless sensor networks potential” 3.0 areas”: System Software Highly attractive Cloud Computing Expected to have but requires highest more capability Embedded systems 2.5 Data Analysis3 proportion of and Mobile ERM2 high potential infrastructure Devices project proposals building Green IT 2.0 Data Management Peripherals Outsourcing Custom App Dev Systems Integration “Lower 1.5 IT Consulting “No regret PCs priority Servers CRM IT Support areas”: IT Training areas” 1.0 TC equipment Consumer Applications Relatively higher Select probability of opportunities Storage (HW) Network Management SW success, can be possible but 0.5 leveraged to expect less Middleware support other overall deal flow IV II areas in these areas 0 0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 Feasibility1, 2, 3, 4 – Specific priority area candidates inside the directions are listed on the next pageSOURCE: IDC data, expert interviews
  10. 10. IT CLUSTER STRATEGIC DIRECTIONSNew generation Image, video, of smart and speech Analytical Embedded IT security multimedia recognition and software systemssearch engines processing Advanced Complex Quantum Web X.0 engineering Cloud computing Green IT Computing and solutions Photonics Financial and Wireless sensor Mobile IT in healthcare banking networks IT in education applications and medicinesoftware systems
  11. 11. GLOBAL NETWORK FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENTTHE FOUNDATION EXPERT RUSSIAN AND SKOLKOVONETWORK INTERNATIONAL INNOVATION CENTRE(BERLIN, DRESDEN, REGENSBURG, SCIENTIFIC AND PARTNER COMPANIES:STUTTGART, WOLFENBUTTEL, BERKLEY,BOSTON, CHICAGO, COSTA-MESA, LOS- RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS (SIEMENS, NOKIA SIEMENSANGELES, SAN DIEGO, PITTSBURG, WEST- (MASSACHUSETTS, STANFORD, NETWORKS, CISCO, BOEING,LAFAYETTE, AMSTERDAM, BARCELONA, CAMBRIDGE, DUBNA, MOSCOW, MICROSOFT, INTEL, NOKIA, TATA,CALGARY, EDINBURGH, KIEV, LAUSANNE, KAZAN, NOVOSIBIRSK, SAINT- LUKOIL, ROSATOM)LONDON, OKINAWA, OXFORD, PETAH TIKVA) PETERSBURG, SAMARA, TOMSK)
  12. 12. SKOLKOVO INNOVATION CENTRE DEVELOPMENT PLANS FOR 2011 KEY PARTNERS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FUND RAISING FACULTY EXCHANGE PROGRAMS AND JOINT15 NEW KEY PARTNERS RESEARCH WITH PARTNER UNIVERSITIES $0,03 BLN. RAISED FOR CONSTRUCTIONCONTINUE COLLABORATION WITH CURRENT 15 SHARED RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTUREPARTNERT CENTERS FUND RAISING CAMPING FOR 10 BUSINESS INCUBATORS FOUNDATION AND UNIVERSITIES NEW PROJECTS ACCREDITATION ENDOWMENTS TECHNOPARK LAUNCH SPONSORED RESEARCH FOR STATE- OWNED CORPORATIONSESTABLISH CLUSTERS IN SPACE AND INFRASTRUCTURE ROLL-OUT FOR VIRTUAL SKNUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY SHARED RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS (RVC,$ 0,35 BLN. IN NEW GRANTS ROSNANO, VEB) TERRITORY10 VENTURE FUNDS ATTRACTED LAND CONSOLIDATION100 COMPANIES GRANTED THEPARTICIPANT STATUS FIRST SK BUILDING (THE CUBE) IS OPERATING CONSTRUCTION MASTER PLAN APPROVAL COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC ACTIVITY 24H COMMUNICATION SERVICE SKOLKOVO PARTICIPANTS ADVOCATING SKOLKOVO ACTIVITIES
  13. 13. TOWN-PLANNING CONCEPT FOR SKOLKOVO INNOVATION CENTRE 1 NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY 2 ENERGY EFFICIENCE 3 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES 4 SPACE TECHNOLOGIES 5 IT
  14. 14. SKOLKOVO BUILDING: 3 PHASES PLAN PHASE BUILD PHASE RUN PHASE SCALE 3-6 2011 - 2012 AFTER 2013 UP MONTHS EARLY INITIATIVES MIGRATE TO NETWORK-BASEDNETWORK-BASED SKOLKOVO ONCE IT IS OPERATIONAL DEVELOP AND RAMP-UP OPERATE PREPARE FOR MIGRATE TO PHISICAL-BASED BUILD PHASE SKOLKOVO CAMPUS ONCE IT IS BUILT BUILD INFRASTRUCTURE AND REAL ESTATE RAMP-UP THE PARK WITH PROJECT PARTICIPANTS 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
  15. 15. JOINT RISK MANAGEMENT IN INNOVATIVE CYCLE CURRENT PROJECTS OVERALL COSTS 199,79 $ 260,24 mln. $ MLN. PARTNER’S 91,43 Partner’s SOURCES $ mln.sources during 5 years 2,83 108,36 FOUNDATION’S $ bln. $ mln. SOURCES PROJECTS FINANCED $0,35 bln. $0,39 bln. 2011 $0,46 2012 bln. 2,83 Federal budget’s 2013 $ bln. sources during 5 yers
  16. 16. THE RESULTS INDICATING SUCCESS 2011-2015 DIRECT RESULTS OF IMPACT OF ECOSYSTEM OUTPUT OF THE THE ECOSYSTEM ON DEVELOPMENT ECOSYSTEM BY FOUNDATION RUSSIAN ECONOMY SKOLKOVO FOUNDATION ORGANIZATION,2011 SUCCESSFULLY DEVELOPING PROJECTS EFFECTIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES SELECTED AND CO-FINANCED BY NETWORK-BASED SKOLKOVO, INCLUDING SKOLKOVO FOUNDATION ACADEMIC NETWORK, A NETWORK-BASED NEW HIGH-VALUE ADDED JOBS CREATED SIT, GRANT DISTRIBUTION, BI, PROJECT IN CORPORATE R&D CENTERS PARTICIPANTS AND MAJORS FLAGSHIP PROJECTS MASTERPLAN AND BUSINESS MODEL OF CITY SKOLKOVO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY WITH RESEARCH RESULTS AND IPS WITH HIGH IMPROVED LAWS AND REGULATIONS WORLD-CLASS FACULTY, TOP GRADUATE STUDENTS COMMERCIALIZATION POTENTIAL WHICH SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT OF AND LINK TO EXTERNAL RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS SIT GRADUATES WITH HIGHLY INNOVATION AND HIGH-TECH2015 PRIVATE BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETABLE EXPERTISE AND INDUSTRY INRUSSIA COMMERCIALIZATION INSTITUTIONS INCLUDING: ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPIRIT INCREASED DOMESTIC DEMAND FOR BUSINESS INCUBATORS, TECHNOLOGY BROKERS, SUCCESSFUL STARTUPS AND VENTURES R&D, INNOVATION-BASED VCS NEW PRODUCTS DEVELOPED AT PRODUCTS AND TOP GRADUATE MAJORS WHICH SPONSOR RESEARCH, SKOLKOVO STUDENTS TO CONDUCT RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND COMMERCIALIZATION AT NEW HIGH-VALUE ADDED JOBS CREATED AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT WORK SKOLKOVO IN CORPORATE R&D CENTERS IN RUSSIA WORLD-CLASS CITY PROVIDING COMFORTABLE FLAGSHIP PROJECTS POPULARIZATION OF INNOVATION- ENVIRONMENT FOR WORK AND LIFE OF SKOLKOVO VALUE CREATED BY SKOLKOVO PROJECTS BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESIDENTS AND GUESTS
  17. 17. CONTACTS VEKSELBERG Viktor President +7 (495) 745 78 48 VVekselberg@corp.i-gorod.com NAUMOV Stanislav GPA, Vice-President +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.2083 SNaumov@corp.i-gorod.com TURKOT Alexander IT Cluster, CEO +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.3016 ATurkot@corp.i-gorod.com SITNIKOV Alexei International Development, Director +7 (495) 967 01 48, ext.3009 ASitnikov@corp.i-gorod.com

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