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iMinds
Creating industry value through cooperation
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Some inspiration to start with

15/01/2014

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www.paybacksweater.nl

15/01/2014

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15/01/2014

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Blokify

15/01/2014

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Who am I
Cooperation cluster:
An example in the centre of Europe
PRoF = research+users+SME+BIG
PRoF 1.0 (Patient Room of the Future)
PRoF 2.0 (Personalized Residence of the Future)
PRoF 3.0

(Private caRe of the Future)

www.prof-projects.com
www.facebook.com/profprojects
www.linkedin.com : PRoF group
iMinds
Creating industry value through cooperation
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How to make digital technologies
a driver for economic and social growth
in Flanders?

15/01/2014

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iMinds wants to create
a lasting and positive impact
on society through
ICT innovation

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The required eco-system
Universities
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Large pools
of private
capital

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Major
Corporations
Strategic Investors
R&D ...
Strengths of 5 universities!
15/01/2014

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iMinds focus: ICT and five vertical markets
Societal challenges
Employment

Urbanization

Ageing
Society

Globalization

P...
323 partners and counting
ICON within the iMinds innovation toolbox
Time-to-market

5+ years

Strategic
research

Applied
Research

…1 year

Demand-...
What is ICON ?

15/01/2014

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“The ICON
model works.”

www.innovatieraad.be

Lieven Danneels,
president of VOKA West-Flanders
Member ICT Board Agoria
“The interface of two different worlds (industry
and academic) will definitely lead to the
development of new concepts and...
Why is the ICON model so successful?
Easy access for industry, SME & non profit
• Red tape covered by iMinds or large org...
Growing & differentiating our ICON portfolio
ICON and MiX projects approved

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Smart Cities

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Manufacturing

15

Media
...
The partner ecosystem is a mix between
SMEs, large companies and non-profit
Number of external participations in GBO and I...
ICON valorization types
3 typical ways ICONs add value to business
Demonstrate credibility
towards external partners and
g...
New business case leads to succesful
deal with Eurostar
RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

APPROACH

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•

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Real-time reliable Tr...
An Example: outcome for SME
 VIDEO : Televic Rail testimonial on results
 Google search terms: track iminds video
 Link...
Digimeter within the iMinds innovation toolbox
5+ years

Strategic
research

Time-to-market

Incubation &
Entrepreneurship...
Digimeter
measured through on line & off line

15/01/2014

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Digimeter profiles

15/01/2014

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Startup within the iMinds innovation toolbox
5+ years

Strategic
research

Time-to-market

Incubation &
Entrepreneurship

...
Example: www.twikit.com

15/01/2014

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Thank you for your attention.
We welcome your questions, suggestions, comments.

Join us
www.iminds.be
@iminds

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  • Schil 1: PRoF kernbedrijven (klein consortium)LedenTaken Actief betrokken bij het vormen van het conceptVormen marketing groepBouwen aan de kamer (investeerders)Financiering communicatie (800, 1800, 2800)MeerwaardeDVoetbalploeg bestuur (die de ploeg draagt)Schil 2: alle leden (groot consortium) -> DenktankLedenZorgactorenAcademische groepenTakenNemen deel aan de brainstormsVoetbalspelers Schil 3: PRoF-VIP leden (special interest group)Leden=bedrijven waar ze met velen op de markt zijn zonder een echt identificeerbare lead-spelerKrijgen info over prof voor het publiek wordt (op onze timing)Georganiseerd in SIG (themadagen)Parking voor concullega ledenRecrutering naar nieuwe ledenTakenCo-financiering (800, 1800, 2800)MeerwaardePRoF Label -> moet een afgeleide versie zijn (niet HET PRoF label)Informatie (we vertellen toch wat we willen)Meer dan algemeen publiek ?Vroeger dan algemeen publiek ?BezoekWe lVoetbal VIP seats
  • iMinds is indispensible in our modern society. By using computer programs and the Internet, we are able to work more efficiently, adress the bigger mobility issues and give better medical diagnose. ICT – and the Internet in particular – changes the way we communicate and the media we consume. A telephone at home is more than often replaced by Skype, television by Youtube and the paper by blogs. All around the world the growth in the ICT-sector contributes to the employment and the GNP (Gross National Product). Unfortunately, Europe is running behind the USA and Southeast Asia in the field of ICT. The main reason why the Flemish government invests in ICT research and development. Flanders has the ambition to become an important international player in this sector. This is whereiMinds steps in.
  • The five market segments Media, Health, Manufacturing, Energy and Smart Cities are so-called vertical market segments. ICT is everywhere and becoming a key function in all sectors of (our) society. ICT is nowadays also called an enabling technology. Our organization has been market and demand driven from start, therefore it makes sense to segment the market based on (types of) industry and societal relevance.Developing a strategy is about focusing and making choices. It is impossible to be active in all (vertical) market segments. A coherent and focused strategy is required, so that we are able to leverage the know-how that is present at the institute and build up expertise in selected fields. There are two main elements that have played a role in selecting market segments.Firstly, ICT should respond to global trends and societal challenges and offer solutions. It is our core belief that ICT is the driving force of innovation in various sectors of society. Moreover, our organization’s mission states: iMinds wants to create a lasting and positive impact on society through ICT innovation. iMinds has carefully identified a number of grand societal challenges on the national and European agenda, such as our ageing society or unemployment. Additionally, iMinds is characterized as a demand-driven institute. The selected segments should therefore address local needs and value creation of research outcomes should be possible in Flanders. In short, there is a socio-economic relevance of the 5 verticals in Flanders and in Europe.Secondly, in the selection of iMinds vertical market segments, obviously the iMinds skills and competences should create substantial value. ICT cannot (yet) play a vital role for each societal challenge or in each industry.As a result, four of the selected vertical market segments are clear B2B markets, while the Smart Cities segments represents a current (EU) policy domain.Besides ICT we defined five vertical markets, namely media, healthcare, energy, smart cities and manufacturing.On the slide (projected behind me) you can see the relation between those five segments, and societal challenges and technologies.The same technology can be applied in different segments – and one segment can contribute to different societal challenges. First and foremost we are a strategic ICT innovation center. This is our core business. We help transferring technologies to ICT companies, and we help creating new ICT companies. But within the context of our cooperative research, like our ICONs, we will focus on ICT in combination with one of the five defined markets.These market segments will replace our former application domains. Compared to our application domains, Mobility and Social & Secure Software have been left out in this picture. In our belief, Mobility should from a residential perspective be covered in the Smart Cities segment and from a transport perspective in the Manufacturing segment. Security is a domain that should in essence be covered throughout all segments.
  • Picture: www.innovatieraad.be
  • Jan Van HeckePiet VerhoeveFemkeOngenae
  • IP Value creation modelPriority to industry transfer with ‘protection’ within WPsiMinds keeps possibility to found new company if no existing one absorbs the tech.
  • GBO is the forerunner of ICON and ran from 2005-2008ICON started in 2009-2013
  • Gentleman = 30_40 no games Intrumental = high degree 50-60 yresTraditional = mother (retired+ lowMaster = youngster (<30 no/low income)Innovator = me alle experiment
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    1. 1. iMinds Creating industry value through cooperation 1
    2. 2. Some inspiration to start with 15/01/2014 2
    3. 3. www.paybacksweater.nl 15/01/2014 3
    4. 4. 15/01/2014 4
    5. 5. Blokify 15/01/2014 5
    6. 6. Who am I
    7. 7. Cooperation cluster: An example in the centre of Europe
    8. 8. PRoF = research+users+SME+BIG
    9. 9. PRoF 1.0 (Patient Room of the Future)
    10. 10. PRoF 2.0 (Personalized Residence of the Future)
    11. 11. PRoF 3.0 (Private caRe of the Future) www.prof-projects.com www.facebook.com/profprojects www.linkedin.com : PRoF group
    12. 12. iMinds Creating industry value through cooperation 12
    13. 13. How to make digital technologies a driver for economic and social growth in Flanders? 15/01/2014 13
    14. 14. iMinds wants to create a lasting and positive impact on society through ICT innovation 14
    15. 15. The required eco-system Universities  Large pools of private capital    Major Corporations Strategic Investors R&D Centers Potential Acquirers Government 15/01/2014 Management Entrepreneurs Venture Capital Investors Public Stock Markets Professions 15
    16. 16. Strengths of 5 universities! 15/01/2014 16
    17. 17. iMinds focus: ICT and five vertical markets Societal challenges Employment Urbanization Ageing Society Globalization Public health for all and well-being Environment Markets Leveraging our research assets in multiple markets Technologies Cloud computing Internet of Things Big Data Connectivity & Sensor systems Security & Privacy Social & context based IT
    18. 18. 323 partners and counting
    19. 19. ICON within the iMinds innovation toolbox Time-to-market 5+ years Strategic research Applied Research …1 year Demand-driven Incubation & Entrepreneurship Large-scale user trials & living labs Training & coaching Technical testbeds Facilities Simulations Knowledgedriven Pre-competitive Testing Internationalization Interdisciplinary Explorative ICON Cooperative Basics for applied research Financing Networking Proof of Concept 19
    20. 20. What is ICON ? 15/01/2014 20
    21. 21. “The ICON model works.” www.innovatieraad.be Lieven Danneels, president of VOKA West-Flanders Member ICT Board Agoria
    22. 22. “The interface of two different worlds (industry and academic) will definitely lead to the development of new concepts and products” “Because of interdisciplinary collaboration, our engineers can broaden their horizon and gain insights that are beyond engineering” “By being immersed in the daily work practices of the users, the research results are based on actual context rather than on assumptions” Quotes from the Accio project 22
    23. 23. Why is the ICON model so successful? Easy access for industry, SME & non profit • Red tape covered by iMinds or large organizations • Two for one: iMinds and IWT Partnership model • Innovation clusters • Value chain Result-oriented agile research IP Value creation model 23
    24. 24. Growing & differentiating our ICON portfolio ICON and MiX projects approved 25 Smart Cities 20 Manufacturing 15 Media ICT 10 Health 5 Energy 0 2010 2011 2012 24
    25. 25. The partner ecosystem is a mix between SMEs, large companies and non-profit Number of external participations in GBO and ICON 2005-2012 Type of company 100% 90% 17% 19% Number of participations 24% 21% 16% 21% Public/Non-profit 36% 80% 70% 23% SMEs 33% 28% 60% 39% 15% 44% 35% 39% 45% Large companies 50% 40% 30% 50% 20% 53% 49% 34% 42% 45% 34% 40% 10% 0% GBO 2005 GBO 2006 GBO 2007 GBO 2008 ICON 2009ICON 2010 ICON 2011 ICON 2012 N = 525 20 missing with unknown type
    26. 26. ICON valorization types 3 typical ways ICONs add value to business Demonstrate credibility towards external partners and generate business impact Market Spin-off Launch new spin-off company, joint-venture or external startup Product Launch new productline or improve current products 26
    27. 27. New business case leads to succesful deal with Eurostar RESEARCH OBJECTIVES APPROACH • • • • • Real-time reliable TrainStation and in-Train mobile communication Video distribution (in train and to ground) Data management framework Business cases • • ICON TR@INS 20062008 ICON TRACK 2010-2011 TRACK: 4 partners and 5 research groups. Strong industrial project lead Televic Rail PROJECT RESULTS CURRENT STATUS • • • • New R&D team created Developed prototype & reliable demo Project closing event was turned into successful customer event • • Contract signed with Eurostar (Televic Rail) Development is ongoing Characteristic of rail business: sell solution and develop for the customer
    28. 28. An Example: outcome for SME  VIDEO : Televic Rail testimonial on results  Google search terms: track iminds video  Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yidYXExvdpM 15/01/2014 28
    29. 29. Digimeter within the iMinds innovation toolbox 5+ years Strategic research Time-to-market Incubation & Entrepreneurship Large-scale user trials & living labs Training & coaching Technical testbeds Demand-driven Pre-competitive Testing Facilities Simulations Knowledgedriven Applied Research …1 year Internationalization Interdisciplinary Explorative Cooperative Basics for applied research Proof of Concept Financing Networking Digimeter 29
    30. 30. Digimeter measured through on line & off line 15/01/2014 30
    31. 31. Digimeter profiles 15/01/2014 31
    32. 32. Startup within the iMinds innovation toolbox 5+ years Strategic research Time-to-market Incubation & Entrepreneurship Large-scale user trials & living labs Training & coaching Technical testbeds Demand-driven Pre-competitive Testing Facilities Simulations Knowledgedriven Applied Research …1 year Internationalization Interdisciplinary Explorative Cooperative Basics for applied research Proof of Concept Financing Networking startup 32
    33. 33. Example: www.twikit.com 15/01/2014 33
    34. 34. Thank you for your attention. We welcome your questions, suggestions, comments. Join us www.iminds.be @iminds 34
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