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    • BAW Institut für regionale Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH Noord Nederland EU Strategy 2014 – 2020 Workshop Presentation NL-Groningen April 15, 2010 Nikolai Lutzky
    • BAW Institut für regionale Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH
      • Guiding Questions:
      • What are the European challenges, policies and priorities that SNN and NNL key clusters have to address in competing successfully for future EU funding ?
      • Which perspectives for long-term cluster operations can be gained from a SWOT analysis of NNL key clusters?
      • What partnership strategies for NNL key clusters can be derived from an evaluation of partnership potentials in Northwest Germany ?
    • BAW Institut für regionale Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH
      • The EU Policy Framework
      • Assessments of NNL Key Clusters
      • Cluster Partnership Potentials in Northwest Germany
      • Summary Conclusions and Recommendations
    • 06/20/11 19:00 © BAW GmbH EU Policy Framework for NNL EU strategy development Competitiveness Lisbon/Gothenburg Sustainability EU 2020 Cohesion Policy Research & Innovation Policy Cluster Policy Regions Enterprise Environmen t Agriculture/Food Education Information Transport Health Energy
    • EC umbrella strategy paper: Europe 2020
      • A European Strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth
      • 5 measurable targets : (1) Employment (2) Research & Development investments = 3 % of GDP, (3) 20%/20%/20% target for climate/renewable energies/energy efficiency (4) Education (5) Social inclusion/poverty
      • 7 flagship initiatives : education, innovation, digital agenda, resource efficiency, industrial/SME policy, skills and jobs, cohesion
      • Annual national and EU monitoring and reporting
      • Endorsed in principle by the European Council on 26 March 2010
    • Cornerstones of future EU Cohesion Policy
      • Lisbon Treaty / EU 2020 : Economic, social and territorial cohesion
      • new cohesion report (end of 2010) / followed by cohesion forum
      • 2014 – 2020: Continuity in goals To facilitate growth in lagging areas (old: convergence) To enhance competitiveness and employment To foster integration across borders
      • Responding to EU challenges
      • Concentration on core priorities
      • Place-based, i.e. addressing region-specific needs and potentials
      • Coherent with Single Market policies
      • More emphasis on territorial cohesion : cross-border cooperation , urban development, macro regions
      • Monitoring, Evaluation, Benchmarking of performance
    • The Barca Coordinates for Cohesion Policy Cohesion Objectives Efficiency Inclusion EU Challenges Competitive-ness Environment Energy Demography Technology Priorities Innovation Climate Migration Children Skills Ageing EU-wide relevance Place-based nature Verifiability A reference framework for NNL Regional and Cluster development
    • NNL clusters addressing Challenges and Priorities NNL clusters on good track: - Innovation - Climate change - Skills - Competitiveness - Demography - Technology
    • EU cluster policy: reference base for NNL clusters
          • EU Cluster policy : numerous documents, institutions, services
          • European Cluster Memorandum : a reference document for cluster management
          • European Cluster Alliance : a platform for EU cluster policy dialogue
          • European Cluster Policy Group : advising EU cluster policy development
          • European Cluster Observatory Cluster data base and ongoing cluster research
          • Europa Innova / Pro Inno Europe fostering cluster cooperation, networks, innovation and excellence
          • The Competitiveness Institute , Barcelona: cluster training
    • Conclusions for NNL EU Strategy 2014 - 2020
      • NNL key cluster approach confirmed by EU cluster policy!
      • Cross-border cooperation confirmed by EU cohesion policy!
      • new cohesion report (late 2010) / followed by cohesion forum
      • NNL EU strategy to be aligned to EU Policy Framework => proof of European added value
      • “ Place-based” NNL regional development programmes needed => proof of regional added value
      • NNL cluster development to reflect EU policies: => EU challenges , cohesion priorities , sectoral & cluster policies
      • Professional cluster services for best cluster performance: => management, monitoring, evaluation, benchmarking
    • EU Funding Programmes for Regions 0.3 For comparison: Public Health 7 Lifelong Learning 55 7th Research Framework Progr. 92 EAFRD Rural Development 70 Cohesion Fund => convergence/lagging regions 79 ESF European Social Fund => employment 199 EU Regional Development Fund => convergence, competitiveness, growth Territorial cooperation, Interreg Budgets 2007-2013 - bio € Selected Programmes
    • BAW Institut für regionale Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH
      • Future European Cohesion Policy
      • Assessments of NNL Key Clusters
      • Cluster Partnership Potentials in Northwest Germany
      • Summary Conclusions and Recommendations
    • Cluster Assessment: Criteria for Success Business base Knowledge base Political support Cluster maturity Cluster organisation, facilities and finance Cluster programme: services, networks, projects Cluster visibility and reputation Competitiveness for EU funding European added value Regional added value Performance monitoring and evaluation Strengths or Weaknesses / Drawbacks?
    • Cluster Assessment: Criteria for Success Macro-economic conditions and trends Market trends: regional, national, international Technology and Innovation EU challenges and priorities Legislation, policies and programmes Resources: Talents, funding, infrastructure, services Regional economic potentials and problems Partnership potentials: regional, cross-border, European Cross-cluster synergy potentials Competition: regions, clusters, projects Opportunities and Threats/ Challenges
    • Cluster Assessment: Wetsus EU Water Hub
      • Business-distant neighbourhood
      • Peripheral location
      • EU Project facilitation capacities
      • Limited cluster scope: water treatment
      • 7 years build up experience
      • Proven business model
      • Mixed finance base: 50% govt., 25% business, 25% univ.
      • 80 Company members (15 NNL)
      • International OEM partners
      • 13 European partner universities
      • National recognition: Wetsus TTI
      • Wetsus platform: business programme
      • 45 staff: knowledge, economic devt.
      • Labs, test facilities, demo sites
      • Start-up incubator
      • Water Alliance: regional roots
      Drawbacks Strengths
    • Cluster Assessment: Wetsus EU Water Hub
      • Public-private funding 2012 onwards
      • Bridging gap NNL – global markets
      • Regional SME water tech supplier base
      • Cross-border NWD partnerships
      • Client scope: NWD water utilities, water authorities, water-intense industry
      • Reorientation after KIC application
      • Cross-Company knowledge sharing
      • Leeuwarden Profile: EU water hub
      • EU project facilitating services
      • Involvement in EU networks, e.g. KIS-IP
      • Water tech => global growth industry
      • Revenues from patents and licenses, project facilitation, export services, international / SME platform members
      • EU funding for water cluster projects
      • Market development NWD, Eastern EU
      • „ Water Campus“ Leeuwarden
      • KIC co-locations = EU partners
      • NNL Cross-cluster cooperation: sensors, energy, agribusiness
      Challenges Opportunities
    • Cluster Assessment: Energy Valley
      • Late start into EU projects
      • Late start into marketing activities
      • Late start into cross-border cooperation
      • Gas, oil history and dominance
      • Lagging behind in wind energy
      • EV public presentation: NNL focus
      • 7 years build up experience
      • Solid triple helix organisation: 11 organisations
      • Strong industry backing
      • Strong knowledge base
      • EV Platform: 125 SME + strategic partners
      • 400 companies, 25.000 empl.
      • Mid-term business planning
      • Sound financial base
      • 14 full-time staff
      Drawbacks Strengths
    • Cluster Assessment: Energy Valley
      • EV Budget switch to 70 % private / 30 % public
      • SME suppliers access to 23 bio € investment programme
      • Industry transfer of innovation projects
      • Cross-cluster synergy projects
      • Building NWD/EU partnerships
      • Launch of NNL/NWD projects
      • EU project facilitation, management, applications
      • Proof of EU & NNL added value
      • NWD involvement in HEC project
      • Build up of EU references
      • EU challenges, priorities, funding for energy, climate
      • 23 bio € NNL investment progr.
      • Balancing conventional and sustainable energies
      • Hansa Energy Corridor concept
      • EU/NWD partnership potential
      • NNL themes: wind, biogas, CCS
      • NNL Cross-cluster synergies: sensors, water, agribusiness
      • NNL projects, e.g. Nordconnect, NorthSeaSupply
      Challenges Opportunities
    • Cluster Assessment: Agribusiness
      • No specific cluster organisation
      • EU project bureaucracy
      • Cross-border cooperation beyond EDR
      • Traditional NNL economic base
      • NOM cluster management linked to economic development
      • SNN access to agro-subsidies
      • Knowledge center: CCC
      • TNO „Quality of Life“ involvement
      • business-driven sub-clusters, e.g. Biorefinery
      • Business links through cooperatives
      • Cross-border experience EDR
      • NNL education offerings: WU, Hanze HS, RUG, UMCG
      Drawbacks Strengths
    • Cluster Assessment: Agribusiness
      • Expansion of NNL agro-industry and suppliers base
      • Strengthening cluster organisation for more SME involvement
      • Industrial transfer of innovation projects
      • EU project facilitation and management
      • EU policies: Road map of the HLG agro-food industry
      • Extension of cross-border/EU cooperation focussed on agro-industry
      • Increase of private funding share
      • Global food challenge
      • Europe: food quality demand
      • Industrial focus of CCC research
      • Cross-border and EU potentials
      • NNL Cross-cluster synergies: sensors, water, energy, health
      • Marketing of cross-cluster innovations, e.g. precise farming, smart dairy farming
      • Partnerships with agro-food OEMs
      • Innovation transfer through NNL cooperatives, e.g. agrifirm, AVEBE
      • Non-food products from agriculture
      • International agroindustry networks
      Challenges Opportunities
    • Cluster Assessment: Healthy Ageing
      • Late start of the cluster
      • Small health-related NNL business base
      • Introspective NNL policy orientation
      • FP 7 focus of project applications
      • Limited availability of seed funding
      • Remote geographical location
      • HA knowledge base: RUG, UMCG
      • R & D facilities, e.g. labs, equipment
      • Quality reputation of RUG medical sciences
      • Qualified personnel for EU projects
      • International links through RUG, UMCG, companies
      • Involvement in (inter-)national activities, e.g. TTI Pharma
      • Nordconnect framework for HANEU
      Drawbacks Strengths
    • Cluster Assessment: Healthy Ageing
      • International cluster orientation
      • Cross-cluster project development
      • Proof of commercial/financial viability
      • Devt. of new health-related business models, e.g. for LifeLines, ERIBA
      • Business start-up campaign, venture funds, strategic business alliances
      • Build-up of health OEM partnerships
      • Fund finding for business R&D projects
      • EU project devt. through HANEU
      • Broader EU programme focus beyond FP 7/8, e.g. Interreg, ESF, Public Health, Food, Enterprise, IT
      • Visible short-term cluster success
      • Demographic challenge, cohesion priorities
      • LifeLines biobank: commercial value
      • ERIBA: 50 mio € for 150 researchers
      • HANEU: resource for project groups
      • Healthy Ageing Campus Groningen
      • EU programmes: FP 7/8, RoK, EIT-KIC, Interreg, Public Health, Tog. for Health
      • Cross-cluster potentials: sensors, agri, water
      • Emerging cooperation RUG / Univ. OL
      • NNL/NWD coop. potentials in HA focal areas, e.g. care, food, med. education
      • RUG graduates for NNL HA partners
      Challenges Opportunities
    • Cluster Assessment: Sensoruniverse
      • Short experience in cluster devt.
      • Small sensor-related business base
      • Lack of international profile of NNL sensor competencies
      • Sensor Universe Programme: focus on applications
      • Incas³, HIT: knowledge base
      • ASTRON, LOFAR, SKA: competence in sensors and software/processing
      • Visibility, reputation of flagship projects
      • HIT B.A. in ASA: unique offering
      • Cross-cluster collaboration with Wetsus, Agribusiness, EnergyValley
      • Local, regional, national, EU backing
      • RUG data processing center CPF
      • Strong financial basis
      Drawbacks Strengths
    • Cluster Assessment: Sensoruniverse
      • NNL-wide business impact
      • Profiling INCAS³ for innovation transfer
      • Formation of a NNL sensor industry
      • Build-up of OEM links
      • Build-up of a NNL SME supplier base
      • HIT: Service Engineering for sensor applications
      • Cross-border and interregional partnership development
      • Proof of EU value of sensor technology: EU challenges and priorities
      • EU project applications
      • Synergy potentials with all NNL clusters
      • Universal sensor applications
      • Sensor applications mostly independent from supercomputers
      • Sensor City Assen: demo-site
      • Start-ups in sensor technology and software/data processing
      • Lofar/SKA: RED potentials for NNL
      • Cross-border partnership potentials for EU projects and product innovation
      • Pending project applications
      • Regional motivation for sensor innovations
      Challenges Opportunities
    • NNL Key Cluster Assessment: Summary
      • NNL business base
      • Knowledge institutes: build up phase, limited size
      • Limited cross-cluster cooperation
      • Limited cross-border cooperation
      • EU project management capacities
      • Regional economic data base
      • Cluster monitoring and evaluation
      • International cluster marketing
      • Cluster Knowledge institutes
      • RUG: cross-cluster knowledge hub
      • RUG: central data processing capacity
      • Cluster organisation and managers
      • Cluster ambitions, flagship projects
      • Triple helix cluster set up
      • Regional political committment
      • Mixed finance base: Public / Private / Universities
      • Business-oriented programs
      • National recognition and funding
      • Emerging Nordconnect network
      • NNL Brussels representation
      Drawbacks Strengths
    • NNL Key Cluster Assessment: Summary
      • Development of cross-cluster projects
      • Bridging the gap: NNL – global markets
      • Building links to international OEM
      • Building regional SME suppliers bases
      • Commercial use of knowledge base, innovation facilities and services
      • Balance of knowledge vs. market focus
      • Building core partnerships NNL/NWD/ ?
      • Development of shared cluster services
      • Qualifying project facilitators/managers
      • Cluster monitoring and assessment
      • Talent retention for NNL
      • Increase private funding, secure co-funding
      • NNL key clusters responding to EU challenges / EU priorities
      • „ Place-based“ EU Cohesion Policy
      • Economic recovery: growth potentials
      • Market & partnership potentials in NWD and in new EU member states
      • Talents and start-ups from cluster knowledge institutes
      • Strengthened SME competitiveness
      • Cross-cluster synergy potentials
      • Linking NNL SME base to OEM partners
      • Supply demand from NNL investment programmes, e.g. E.V. 23 bio €
      • NNL EU projects 2007-2013, e.g. NSSC
      Challenges Opportunities
    • Role of Clusters in Regional Economic Development
        • NNL clusters have developed to
        • important pillars of regional economic development :
          • regional innovation base
          • knowledge – business – public networks
          • European project partnerships
          • SME mobilization
          • international attention and recognition
      • => Emerging role of NNL key clusters: entrepreneurial forces within the NNL economic development scheme
    • BAW Institut für regionale Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH
      • Future European Cohesion Policy
      • Assessments of NNL Key Clusters
      • Cluster Partnership Potentials in Northwest Germany
      • Summary Conclusions and Recommendations
    • europaregion-nordwest.de und Metropolregion Bremen/Oldenburg im Nordwesten Bevölkerung 2006 europaregion 4,2 Mio. Metropolregion 2,4 Mio. Bevölkerungentwicklung (1990-2005) europaregion +12,2 % Metropolregion + 8,6 % Bund + 4,3 % Alte Bundesländer + 8,5 % Erwerbstätige 2006 europaregion 1,9 Mio. Metropolregion 1,1 Mio.
    • Cluster landscape Northwest Germany Public authorities Knowledge institutes Private business Metropolregion Zukunftsfelder Landesinitiativen Niedersachsen Clusters Bremen Weser-Ems Centers of Competence Business Networks Local initiatives
    • Metropolregion HB/OL: 8 „Zukunftsfelder“
      • Automotive
      • Renewable Energies
      • Food
      • Logistics
      • Aerospace
      • Tourism
      • Health
      • Maritime Industries
    • Bremen Innovation clusters/Cross-sectoral technologies 3 Innovation clusters: Maritime economy & logistics, Renewable / Wind energy, Aerospace industry 8 Cross-sectoral technologies : ICT, Materials, Robotics/process tech., Environmental tech., Automotive/e-mobility, Creative industries, Health/Life Sciences, Food
    • Weser-Ems Centers of Competencies - formerly: RIS Weser-Ems -
      • Kompetenzzentrum Zukünftige Energieversorgung (RIS-Energie) – Oldenburg
      • Niedersächsisches Kompetenzzentrum
      • Ernährungswirtschaft (NieKE) - Vechta
      • 3N - Kompetenzzentrum Niedersachsen Netzwerk Nachwachsende Rohstoffe - Werlte
      • Kompetenzzentrum für Verkehr und Logistik LOGIS.NET. – LK OS
      • Kompetenzzentrum Gesundheitswirtschaft (GewiNet) – Bad Essen
      • Mariko – Maritimes Kompetenzzentrum (Leer – not RIS)
    • 8 Landesinitiativen Niedersachsen
      • Landesinitiative Adaptronic (ECAS)
      • Landesinitiative Brennstoffzelle und Batterietechnologie
      • Landesinitiative Life Sciences BioRegioN
      • Landesinitiative Logistik
      • Landesinitiative Mikrosystemtechnik
      • Landesinitiative Telematik
      • Landesinitiative Nano und Materialinnovation
      • Landesinitiative Niedersachsen Aviation
    • Cross-border NNL/NWD cooperation: Bottlenecks
      • Bottlenecks => Solutions
      • Administration mismatch => Project focus
      • Cluster mismatch => Targetted partnerships
      • Regional development benefits? => Regional added value
      • EU competitiveness doubtful => EU added value
      • Limited partnership potentials => Partner screening
      • Geographical distance => Virtual partnerships
      • => Start with projects rather than with political coordination!
    • EU competitiveness through NNL/NWD cooperation?
      • EU policies call for cross-border-cooperation
      • Territorial cooperation goal: „to foster integration across borders“
      • Single EU market: „unexploited cross-border potentials“
      • Cluster-specific potentials for cross-border cooperation
      • Untested partnership potentials: e.g. Sensor tech
      • Shared challenges and opportunities: e.g. Energy, Agribusiness
      • Cross-border knowledge spill-overs : e.g. Healthy Ageing
      • Development of cross-border business markets: e.g. Water tech
      • => Access to EU programmes for Innovation, Exports, Productivity, Education, Employment, Infrastructure, SME promotion
      • => Cluster-specific partnership strategies
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Energy Valley Clusters & Networks
      • WAB Windenergie-Agentur HB/BHV (Windenergy Cluster HB / NDS)
      • Energiecluster Oldenburg (OLEC)
      • 3N - Niedersachsen Netzwerk Nachwachsende Rohstoffe (Biogas)
      • Project Cluster: POWER
      Knowledge Institutions
      • EWE-Forschungszentrum für Energietechnologie Next Energy
      • Fraunhofer-Institut für Windenergie und Energiesystemtechnik – IWES
      • Bremer Energiekonsens / RIS Energie
      • ForWind - Zentrum für Windenergieforschung – Univ. OL, HB, H
      • fk-wind: Forschungs- und Koordinierungsstelle Windenergie – FH BHV
      • DEWI Deutsches Windenergie-Institut Wilhelmshaven
      • European Academy for Wind Energy / Oldenburg University
      • Bremer Energie Institut
      • Forschungsverbund Energie Niedersachsen (FEN)
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Energy Valley Public Authorities
      • Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Umwelt und Klimaschutz/für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Verkehr / fürErnährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten
      • Der Senator für Umwelt, Bau, Verkehr und Europa / für Wirtschaft und Häfen
      Public & Private Companies - examples -
      • EWE AG
      • swb AG
      • Vattenfall Europe AG (ehemals HEW)
      • Hamburg Energie
      • BARD Engineering GmbH (Emden/Oldenburg)
      • REpower Systems AG (HH/Brhv.)
      • Enercon (Aurich)
      • SSC Windenergy Service GmbH (LK OL)
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster WaterTech Clusters & Networks
      • KompetenzNetzwerk HAMBURG WASSER
      Knowledge Institutions
      • Marum - Zentrum für Marine Umweltwissenschaften (Univ. HB)
      • MPI - Max-Planck-Institut für marine Mikrobiologie (HB)
      • ZMT - Zentrum für Marine Tropenökologie (HB)
      • Universität Bremen - IUV · Institut für Umweltverfahrenstechnik
      • Universität Oldenburg, Prof. Ulrich Scheele, Water Economics
      • Technologietransferzentrum ttz Bremerhaven
      • ZEWU - Zentrum für Energie-, Wasser- und Umwelttechnik der Handwerkskammer Hamburg
      • Wasser- und Umweltingenieurwesen - Technische Universität Hamburg- Harburg
      • Universität Hannover - Master Studium Wasser-, Umwelt- und Küsteningenieurwesen
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster WaterTech Public Authorities
      • Senator für Umwelt, Bau, Verkehr und Europa, Bremen
      • Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Umwelt und Klimaschutz
      • Nds. Landesbetrieb für Wasserwirtschaft, Küsten- und Naturschutz
      • Local authorities
      Public & Private Companies - Examples -
      • EWE AG
      • hanseWasser Bremen GmbH
      • Stadtwerke Emden, Direktor Remmer Edzards
      • HAMBURG WASSER (HH Wasserwerke HWW/ HH Stadtentwässerung
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Agribusiness Clusters & Networks
      • Niedersächsisches Kompetenzzentrum Ernährungswirtschaft (NieKE)
      • Metropolregion HB/OL: Cluster Ernährungswirtschaft
      • 3 N – Netzwerk Nachwachsende Rohstoffe Niedersachsen
      Knowledge Institutions
      • Deutsches Institut für Lebensmitteltechnik e.V. (with own Brussels office)
      • Technologietransferzentrum ttz Bremerhaven
      • FIBRE - Faserinstitut Bremen
      • BioNord - Biotechnologiestandort Bremen/Bremerhaven
      • ZPN - Zentrum Pflanzenbauwissenschaften Niedersachsen
      • KÖN -Kompetenzzentrum Ökolandbau Niedersachsen GmbH
      • FH Osnabrück – Studiengang Bodennutzung und Bodenschutz
      • Hochschule Vechta: Institut für Strukturforschung und Planung in agrarischen Intensivgebieten (ISPA)
      • Europe-wide: FINE Food Innovation Network Europe, Food Cluster Initiative Europe
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Agribusiness Public Authorities
      • Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft,
      • Verbraucherschutz und Landesentwicklung
      • Senator für Wirtschaft und Häfen
      • Landwirtschaftskammer Niedersachsen
      Public & Private Companies - examples -
      • Major industries in NDS
      • Animal husbandry, horse breeding
      • Dairy farming
      • Animal foodstuff and pharmacy
      • Food processing
      • Agricultural machinery, technology
      • Tree nursery
      • Major industries in HB
      • fish industry
      • drinks & coffee
      • sweets
      • food processing
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Healthy Ageing Clusters & Networks
      • Landesinitiative LifeSciences Niedersachsen – BioRegioN
      • Netzwerkinitiative Gesundheitswirtschaft Nordwest e.V. / GewiNet
      • Life Science Nord – Norgenta (HH)
      • BioNord - Biotechnologiestandort Bremen/Bremerhaven
      • Landesinitiative „Bremen.Zukunftsmarkt Gesundheit“
      • Pflegeforschungsverbund Nord: Universities and cure research institutions
      • Audiologie Initiative Niedersachsen / HörTech gGmbH OL
      • WILL Workability Innovation LivingLab: Cooperation HB/NDS – Hanze Univ. GR
      Knowledge Institutions
      • Bremer Institut für Präventionsforschung und Sozialmedizin (BIPS)
      • Jacobs University Bremen: Lifelong Learning
      • DFKI - German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (AAL)
      • HörTech Kompetenzzentrum für Hörgeräte-Systemtechnik
      • Center for Public Health (ZPH – University Bremen)
      • Center for Health Technology Assessment (Universität Bremen)
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Healthy Ageing Public Authorities
      • Die Senatorin für Arbeit, Frauen, Gesundheit, Jugend und Soziales
      • Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Soziales, Frauen, Familie und Gesundheit
      • Local authorities
      Public & Private Companies - Examples -
      • MEVIS Medical Solutions AG/Fraunhofer Instit. for Medical Image Computing
      • Gesundheit Nord gGmbH
      • Bruker Daltonik GmbH (Solutions for Life Sciences research)
      • Stiftung Friedehorst (Rehabilitation)
      • BEGO Implant Systems (Dental technologies)
      • Kurbetriebsgesellschaft Bad Zwischenahn mbH
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Sensor Tech Clusters & Networks
      • Landesinitiative Mikrosystemtechnik Niedersachsen
      Knowledge Institutions
      • DFKI – German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
      • TZI – Technologie-Zentrum Informatik & Informationstechnik HB / OFFIS OL
      • Institut für Mikrosensoren, -aktoren und –systeme (IMSAS), Univ. Bremen
      • CAG Centrum für angewandte Gensensorik (Univ. Bremen, DNA Analytik)
      • Fachgebiet Meerestechnik/Sensorik, Geowissenschaften, Univ. HB
      • DLR Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme HB (astronomy)
      • ZARM Zentrum für angewandte Raumfahrttechnologie und Mikrogravitation HB
      • Fraunhofer IFAM / MultiMaT Cluster project (Smart Materials) HB
      • Technologietransferzentrum ttz Bremerhaven: Sensoriklabor
      • Zentrum für Mikroproduktion e.V. (Projekt Region Braunschweig GmbH)
    • Starting Points for Cluster Partnerships NNL-Cluster Sensor Tech Application fields in NWD
      • Infrastructure : Wind energy, Water & waste water control, smart cities
      • e-mobility : model region Bremen / Oldenburg
      • Health : ambient assisted living (DFKI), e-health, tele-health
      • Agribusiness : smart farming
      • Aerospace industry
      Public Authorities
      • Nds. Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Verkehr
      • Senator für Wirtschaft und Häfen, Bremen
      • Local authorities
      Public & Private Companies - examples -
      • Areospace companies: OHB, EADS (astronomy)
      • Nanofilm Technologie GmbH
      • AMA Service GmbH
      • Niedersachsen focal region Braunschweig: IST Fraunhofer Institut für Schicht- und Oberflächentechnik
    • Summary: Recommended target partners NNL-Clusters: Selected target partners in Northwest Germany Energy Valley
      • WAB Windenergie-Agentur HB/BHV
      • Energiecluster Oldenburg (OLEC)
      • EWE AG / EWE-Forschungszentrum für Energietechnologie Next Energy
      • Fraunhofer-Institut für Windenergie und Energiesystemtechnik – IWES
      • Bremer Energiekonsens merging with RIS Energie
      Water tech
      • Marum - Zentrum für Marine Umweltwissenschaften (Universität Bremen)
      Agribusiness
      • NieKE – Niedersächsisches Kompetenzzentrum Ernährungswirtschaft
      • Metropolregion HB/OL: Cluster Ernährungswirtschaft
      • DIL – Deutsches Institut für Lebensmitteltechnik e.V.
      • ttz Bremerhaven
    • Summary: Recommended target partners NNL-Clusters: Selected target partners in Northwest Germany Healthy Ageing
      • Landesinitiative LifeSciences Niedersachsen – BioRegioN
      • Netzwerkinitiative Gesundheitswirtschaft Nordwest e.V.
      • BioNord - Biotechnologiestandort Bremen/Bremerhaven
      • Bremer Institut für Präventionsforschung und Sozialmedizin (BIPS)
      • Jacobs University Bremen: Lifelong Learning
      • DFKI – German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (AAL)
      • Norgenta for Hamburg / Schlewig-Holstein -> Öresund
      • MEVIS Medical Solutions AG/Fraunhofer Instit. for Medical Image Computing
      Sensor Tech
      • Landesinitiative Mikrosystemtechnik Niedersachsen
      • DFKI – German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
      • TZI – Technologie-Zentrum Informatik & Informationstechnik HB / OFFIS OL
    • Partnership Model: Core partnership & Extended Partner Network North Sea Partner Core Partnership Germany/NRW Extended Eastern Europe Baltic Sea/ Noord Connect Other EU regions NNL Cluster NWD Partner network
    • Tailored cross-border cluster partnership strategies Partner Screening: Knowledge Instit., Clusters, Business, Public Cluster liaison representative Face-to-face meetings Joint formation of Core and Extended Partnerships Joint Conferences/Events Cross-border trade fair representation NNL/NWD memberships in partner organisations Project finding workshops: innovation, markets, education, institutions, Joint EU profile building EU project applications Partnership agreements: programmes of action, shared resources Political back up as appropriate Win-win-partnerships: personal, joint action, project-focus
    • Tailored cluster partnership strategies
      • Limited cross-border partnership : knowledge institutes, water utilities
      • Priority on European partnership network : Build on KIC co-locations and international wetsus platform companies, universities
      • Wetsus presentation event for potential NWD partners
      • Market development in NWD for NNL water technology companies
      • Joint EU project applications with appropriate NWD partners
      • Use EU partnerships to broaden the NNL water cluster scope
      Water tech NNL-Clusters Energy Valley
      • Annual NNL / NWD Hansa Energy Corridor Conference
      • Project finding workshops with target partners : Offshore wind, CCS, grid integration
      • Vice-versa NNL/NWD memberships in target partner organisations
      • Joint NNL/NWD build up of extended partnership network
      • Political back up as appropriate: state / regional level, MPs
      • Market development in NWD for NNL energy technology companies
    • Tailored cluster partnership strategies
      • Build on previous partnerships under EDR and with DIL
      • Additional NWD target partners: „Cluster Ernährungswirtschaft“, ttz Bremerhaven
      • Explore EU top food clusters: Öresund,
      • Market development in NWD for NNL agritechnology companies
      Agribusiness NNL-Clusters Healthy Ageing
      • Healthy Ageing membership in „Initiative Gesundheitswirtschaft Nordwest“
      • Partnering with cooperation RUG / Univ. OL for BA/MA in Medical Sciences
      • Joint events for presentation of LifeLines, ERIBA, UMCG in NWD
      • Project finding workshops, e.g. with Univ. OL, DFKI, Initiative Gesundheitswirtschaft, Mevis
    • Tailored cluster partnership strategies
      • Partner Screening and personal meetings: Universities, Research institutes, Application industries
      • Project finding workshops, e.g. TZI/OFFIS; Univ. HB Institutes
      • Joint conferences and events in partner regions
      • Launch of joint industrial product development projects
      • Market development in NWD for NNL sensor technology companies
      • Invitation of NWD partners to Sensor Universe membership
      • Formation of core and extended partnership networks
      • EU project definition and application
      Sensor Universe NNL-Clusters
    • Driving cooperation: a cross-border Lead Project
      • „ NNL / NWD Centre for regional performance monitoring“
      • A (virtual?) cross-border partnership for regional performance monitoring, impact assessment, benchmarking
      • to meet EU monitoring requirements
      • to merge NNL and NWD competencies for sound performance monitoring
      • to monitor and advice clusters and their cross-border projects
      • to respond to EU encouragement for cross-border institution building
      • Joint benefits:
      • => Competitive advantage and profile building at EU level
      • => Linking NNL/NWD expertise in regional economics to cluster development
      • => Unique, new, required: methodologies and services for cross-border performance & impact assessment
    • BAW Institut für regionale Wirtschaftsforschung GmbH
      • Future European Cohesion Policy
      • Assessments of NNL Key Clusters
      • Cluster Partnership Potentials in Northwest Germany
      • Summary Conclusions and Recommendations
      • Twofold Cluster Mission
        • Regional economic development => added value for Noord Nederland
        • European funding for regional projects and institutions => European added value
    • Role of Clusters in Regional Economic Development
        • NNL clusters have developed to
        • important pillars of regional economic development :
          • regional innovation base
          • knowledge – business – public networks
          • European project partnerships
          • SME mobilization
          • international attention and recognition
      • => Emerging role of NNL key clusters: entrepreneurial forces within the NNL economic development scheme
    • RED action 1: business stimulation campaign
        • Possible starting points
        • Cluster alliances with Dutch and North German OEM (OEM = end manufacturer, purchaser of supplies)
        • SME suppliers export promotion campaign: Interreg: North Sea Supply Connect <= 4 NNL partners!
        • Service Engineering initiative – an innovation challenge: Knowledge and technology intensive services
        • Knowledge to market : commercialise knowledge institutions
        • Cluster “road shows”: e.g. company presentations, cluster business conferences, media events
    • RED action 2 : Shared Services for all Key Clusters
        • Innovation transfer services, e.g. Innovation brokerage
        • EU Project application and management services
        • Cross-cluster project generation and synergy management
        • Cross-cluster Marketing Services e.g. NNL clusters homepage, event/trade fair services, contract pathfinder, OEM X SME suppliers exchange
        • Cluster Monitoring, Evaluation and Benchmarking Services
        • NNL Cluster Advisory Board: business, politics, knowledge
        • “ House of Innovation”: Shared Services Center, showrooms, test and demo facilities, event facilities, start-up offices
    • RED action 3 : Launching the EU 2020 planning process
        • 2010-2013: Regional planning process in preparation of National Strategic Development Contract (Barca) and NNL Operational programme(s)
        • Review of SNN “Europastrategie 2007 – 2011”
        • Evaluation of Strategische Agenda, Koers Noord; EFRO 2007 – 2013
        • SNN orientation paper 2010: “Europese en regionale prioriteiten voor economische ontwikkeling van Noord-Nederland”
        • Cluster Agendas 2011 – 2015 for Regional Economic Development and EU cohesion => Knowledge Infrastructure => Business networks => Regional development => EU Cohesion and partnerships => Indicative medium-term budget
    • 06/20/11 19:00 © BAW GmbH From Strategy to Action
      • Strategy Components
      • Regional economic
      • development
      • NNL key clusters
      • Cohesion partnerships
      • EU positioning & profile
      Action Programme Essential action Accelerating action „ NNL a player“ „NNL a winner“ Indispensable Desirable
    • Action programme: Regional Economic Development NNL data base Business & job creation campaign Project development and coordination Regional marketing for business settlements NNL Devt. Planning 2014+ Impact monitoring system Project management capacities Innovation transfer & product development RED and project financing concept NNL potentials EU Challenges EU Cohesion EU 2020 Accelerating action - examples - Essential action Cornerstones
    • Action Programme: Key Cluster Development „ Cluster Advisory Board“ „ House of Innovation“ NNL Cross-cluster flagship projects & products Cluster Conferences in NWD RED & EU cluster agendas Alignment of NNL and EU cluster strategies Shared Cluster Services Center OEM cluster alliances / SME services Public-private cluster (co-) financing concepts NNL RED strategy EU Cluster Policy EU Partnerships Cluster Portfolios Accelerating action - examples - Essential action Cornerstones
    • Action Programme: Cohesion Partnerships Political backing:NNL/NWD partnership strategy NNL/NWD Center for impact monitoring Vice-versa cluster memberships NNL cluster „ambassadors“ in NWD Core partnership formation: NNL/NWD + X Joint build up of extended partner networks Cross-border project finding workshops Focal theme: SME business innovation transfer EU 2020 Cohesion Policy Noordconnect Brainports model EDR/Interreg experience Accelerating action - examples - Essential action Cornerstones
    • Action Programme: Positioning and Profile Building EU Policy reflexion group Monitoring EU tenders/calls Applications for EU awards EU events in NNL EU institutions to NNL SNN Homepage: „NNL for EU“ EU expertise: Programmes, project management NNL participation in EU institutions /networks EU project applications EU Lobby in Brussels EU 2020 EU Challenges Cohesion Policy NNL EU assets Accelerating action - examples - Essential action EU Cornerstones
    • Milestones for EU Strategy Implementation - House of Innovation - EU agenda - PPP financing concepts - Cluster Agendas - Aligned Strategies - Shared Services - Conferences in NWD - Flagships - OEM alliances - SME services - RED agenda - Advisory Board Cluster Development - Project coordination - RED financing concept
      • Innovation transfer
      • Business Campaign - Financing concept
      • NNL EU Devt. Planning
      • Monitoring - Management - Data base - Regional marketing
      Regional Economic Development 2013 + 2012 2011 2010 Portfolio
    • Milestones for EU Strategy Implementation - Projects - Functional region - Cluster Ambassadors - Tenders
      • - Partnerships
      • Project finding - Political Backing - SME innovation
      - Partner Exploration - Cross-border Memberships Cohesion Partnerships - EU institut. to NNL - EU Lobby - EU awards - SNN homepage
      • Reflexion Group - Tender Monitoring - EU events in NNL
      - EU expertise - NNL in EU networks - Centre for impact monitor. EU Positioning 2013 + 2012 2011 2010 Components
    • Perspectives for Cluster financing
    • 2013 onwards: Self-sustaining cluster portfolios Knowledge Infrastructure Knowledge generation Knowledge application Business Networks Innovations Partnerchips Business Contacts Regional Development Innovation transfer Regional marketing EU Cohesion Interregional partnerships EU projects 1 2 3 4
    • Cluster financing: mixed private/public funding Knowledge Infrastructure Business Services EU Research & Cohesion NNL Econ. Development Cluster portfolio Fees & Venture Sponsoring EU/NL Research ERDF NNL Sales funds funds (+NNL co-fin.) Prov., SNN Funding sources
    • Cluster financing: Knowledge Infrastructure (Wetsus model)
      • Cluster activities and revenues :
      • Institutes: EDI, Wetsus, CCC, EDL, INCAS³ => user fees from companies and universities => National / EU funds
      • Education & Training => Student and company fees
      • Research and Development => National / EU funds, company fees, patents
      • Business start-ups => Venture funds
    • Cluster financing: Business Networks
      • Membership networks: => Membership fees, sponsoring
      • Knowledge application / Innovationgroups:
      • => Membership fees, sponsoring
      • Network services, e.g. platforms, events, consulting: => Service fees
      • Communication and publications: => Registration fees, sales revenues
      • Business Services, e.g. shared test and demo facilities: => User fees
    • Cluster financing: EU Cohesion
      • NNL cohesion initiatives, e.g. Nordconnect => ERDF, SNN
      • Cohesion partnerships, e.g. core partnership NNL/NWD => Partner financing
      • Interreg projects, e.g. NorthSeaSupply Connect => Interreg Program IV B
      • Cross-border partnerships, e.g. Ems-Dollart-Region => Interreg IV A
      • International events, conferences etc.
      • => Interreg IV C
      EU cohesion funds + regional co-financing
    • Cluster financing: Regional economic development
      • Cluster activities:
      • Innovation transfer agencies
      • Business incubators
      • Innovation parks/centers
      • Training centers/programmes
      • Business consulting centers
      • Regional marketing
      • Economic Devt.
      • = public responsibility
      • Public subsidies
      • ___________
      • Provinces
      • Region
      • Rijk
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