Presenting Flanders ICT Research & Venturing organisation by Wim De Waele

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Wim De Waele, Chief Executive Officer IBBT
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Presenting Flanders ICT Research & Venturing organisation by Wim De Waele

  1. 1. Presenting FlandersICT Research &Venturing organisation 1
  2. 2. IBBT is an independent ICT researchorganisation, founded by the Flemish government in 2004 2
  3. 3. Blazing Platforms – Economist February 12 2011 ‘But, for a full comeback Europe will have to wait for an entrepreneurial culture like Silicon Valley’s. This may not be as hopeless as it sounds. The beginnings ofOther bits of Europe’s mobile- such a culture have takenphone industry are already root in recent years, andshowing signs of revival. The some successful start-upsrevenues of ARM, a British firm, have sprouted’may only be in the hundreds ofmillions, but most microprocessorsfound in handsets and other mobiledevices are based on its designs.Ericsson now generates 40% of itsrevenues with services, forinstance by managing wirelessnetworks around the world.
  4. 4. IBBT aims to add economic and social valuethrough excellent research and the creation of human capital in the domain of ICT 1000+ 250+ 700+ Researchers Projects Partners accross 5 universities with the Industry in the IBBT ecosystem 35 & 14 Seeds & Spin-offs in the IBBT Incubator program 4
  5. 5. Market-driven & Intercollaborative ResearchICON Program 5
  6. 6. 720 IBBT Partners (semi-) public industrial partners partners 24,90% - SME‘s 41,38% industrial partners – big companies 33,72%
  7. 7. 720 IBBT partners 7
  8. 8. 1000 Researchers organised in 5 departments 8
  9. 9. The IBBT Security department 33 nationalities Australia Japan Austria Kenia Argentina the Netherlands Armenië Pakistan Non-EU Belgium Panama 24% Brazil Poland Bulgaria Portugal Belgium China Russian Federation 52% Croatia Serbia Other Estonia Spain EU France Syria 24% Germany Turkey Greece UK Guatemala USA Hungary India 15 professors Iran 40 senior researchers Israel 100 researchers Italy (Last count: 19/06/2012)
  10. 10. Microsoft Academic ResearchRanking Organizations Europe – Last 5 Years
  11. 11. From idea to business: our R&D toolbox 11
  12. 12. Research Infrastructures 12
  13. 13. Entrepreneurship philosophy Create a vibrant environment with an international vision that links entrepreneurs with IBBT know how, provides access to financing and leverages our industry network§  Entrepreneurs-in-residence §  Public Funding§  Network of experts (60+) §  Angel Investors§  Building teams & companies §  Venture Capital §  Cross border financing (EU) Entrepreneurs Financing §  Sharing industry know how Industry §  Market driven §  Engage in co-development Partner §  Act as launching customers Network
  14. 14. Incubation & Venturing toolbox iStep •  Teaching & learning iBoot •  Create entrepreneurial teams around your idea •  Validate the business opportunity iStart Light •  Student entrepreneurship program iStart •  Coaching and implementing real ventures iCubes •  Provide space, logistic support & operational services iVenture •  Preseed capital fund © IBBT14
  15. 15. Total Actively supported startups 35 Since 2006 15
  16. 16. §  §  Cross on Emphasis fertilization between research, experience & technology & care creativity§  Exchange & retrieval of Health care §  cultural projects§  Digitization of media efficient §  Accessible & production and quality of life §  Improve audiovisual control §  Cost archives 16
  17. 17. Big challenges§  Chronic diseases §  Diabetes, heart disease, lung disease, obesities and mental health disorders (dementia) §  80% of disease burden §  70% of total healthcare expenditure §  Combining medical, social and ADL care needs §  Spanning different life domains §  Influenced by lifestyle §  Put the patient/client in control!!§  Non-infectious diseases §  Cancer (personalized treatments needed) 16/09/12 17
  18. 18. IBBT eCare Research Activities§  P4 care and cure: §  Personalized §  Preventive §  Predictive §  Participatory§  ICT and future internet building blocks §  Tele-medicine and tele-care §  Wireless sensor networks and mesh networks §  Optimized collaboration and cloud computing §  Support decision making and advanced data mining §  ….§  Working at the crossroads of social innovation 16/09/12 18
  19. 19. IBBT cooperative research16/09/12 19
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  21. 21. Healthy Society Living Labs16/09/12 21
  22. 22. Patient room of the future (LL-setup)
  23. 23. Flemish Care Living Lab (2013)§  Develop, test and implement new care processes and care products with focus on elderly care§  IBBT appointed as Program Office for overall coordination of the different Living Lab platforms and projects 16/09/12 24
  24. 24. Mobile Health services§  Will be predominant in view of the chronic disease management §  Put care back into the homes and the communities §  My data, my decisions > specific security measures for mobile applications providing both easy access but ensuring the data protection! §  Connect up everything > connecting digital life streams! How to connect private data with professional data? Geo-tagged data very valuable for public health services. (multi-platform apps) §  Revolutionise health > remove the demarcation lines between the health sector and other sectors 16/09/12 25
  25. 25. Innovation in care cannot be taken forgrantedChange management process Iterative and fast in fieldVery dynamic needs Co-creation, multiple-actors Vulnerable end users Control user expectations Towards value networkPayment model ?
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