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  • 1.1. Sharing communities, every member organisation can leverage wider spectrum of competences and people in enlarged community 1.2. Enhance success of individual mission , rationalising common resources and by providing meaningful services to a larger public, and t apping on more human capital to empower their activities 2.1. achieved through external research labs, and technology startups in the same loop 2.2. the EAI Community by enhancing networking, creating new partnerships, and disseminating knowledge and know-how among its members 2.3. These contain an intrinsic potential for creating new ideas and implementing them, and thus makes such communities emerge and empowers people to collaborate
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    1. 1. European Alliance for Innovation Communications Infrastructure Science, Innovation & Business (SIB) Council The Convergence of the Innovation Community
    2. 2. EAI addresses all segments / stakeholders within the ICT Innovation value chain to participate in this physical and virtual environment / marketplace Belgium registered, Non Profit Organization, launched in June 2010, based in Trento, Italy Both a virtual and physical environment for the fostering and development of Innovation, primarily focused on Europe Over 80 institutional members with the with a network of millions of individuals and thousands of SMEs Identifies and links the stakeholders and stages relating to the innovation value chain through the ‘Innovation Cycle’
    3. 3. EAI - Mission A movement of combined communities fostering innovation in high potential ICT enabled sectors All innovation organizations: public administration, industry, research active and relevant to innovation Reform Europe ’s economy and social evolution through innovation Empowering grassroots communities through innovative open Internet platforms to overcome fragmentation WHAT WHO HOW WHY
    4. 4. A Unique Approach Students Academics Researchers Universities R&D Facilities SMEs Entrepreneurs Policy Makers Funding Organizations Local Regional Authorities Experts Professional Societies EAI Community EAI Strategic Forum
    5. 5. What is a Science, Innovation & Business (SIB) Council? <ul><li>SIBs are special interest groups, organized by technology theme & purpose that form the interactive & cooperative platforms of EAI. </li></ul><ul><li>Individual SIB members represent each stage of the Innovation Cycle fostering a collective, unified approach to ICT innovation. </li></ul><ul><li>SIBs are the vehicle for individual participation in support of EAI activities. </li></ul>
    6. 6. EAI Community Virtual Community :Portals Summits and Conferences “ Bottom up ” Open Innovation Paradigm EAI Science Innovation and Business Councils (SIBs) Communications Infrastructure (SIB-CO) Computing (SIB-COMP) Future Internet Technologies (SIB-FIT) SIB for Development (SIB-ICT4G) Green World (SIB-GW) Security and Safety (SIB-SS) Wellbeing (SIB-WB) Dissemination and global outreach Global Innovation Expertise
    7. 7. Scope The emerging Communications Infrastructure Science, Innovation and Business (SIB) Council aims to bring together researchers, academicians, policymakers, IPR experts, business developers and financiers, to advance the state of innovative research, as well as the development and commercialization of technologies which support communications networks, software and applications. With communications networks, software and applications at the core of so many products and services today it is imperative that all players involved learn to “speak the same language” to promote effective collaboration. This SIB therefore aims to promote cross-fertilisation of perspectives across the Innovation Cycle – and specifically to provide ICT research with a clearer understanding of funding, IPR, business development, societal impact and the other factors required to successfully commercialise emerging technologies. Likewise, the SIB promotes a deeper understanding of research challenges and prospects by other non-research actors in this area.  This multidisciplinary approach aims to make research more market-driven thereby increase prospects for successful commercialisation. Communications Infrastructure SIB
    8. 8. <ul><li>Mission: </li></ul><ul><li>To strengthen the positioning of European industry in the fields of mobile and wireless broadband systems, optical networks, and network management technologies. </li></ul><ul><li>To also develop the technology for the future generations of the European high-speed broadband and mobile network infrastructure. </li></ul><ul><li>To Increased economic and energy efficiency of access/transport infrastructures (cost/bit). </li></ul><ul><li>To contribute to the conversation regarding standards and regulation as well as the related IPRs, with a predominant role for Europe in standardization bodies and fora. </li></ul>Communications Infrastructure SIB
    9. 9. EAI SIB Summit Activity The Convergence of the Innovation Community Track Themes: Policy and RegulationTrack Engineering for Innovation Track Education Track Prototype Product Review Track Market Trends and Society Track Funding and InnovationTrack Track Themes:
    10. 10. For more information <ul><li>General EAI information and Strategic Forum: </li></ul><ul><ul><li> </li></ul></ul><ul><li>If you wish to contribute as an individual: </li></ul><ul><ul><li> </li></ul></ul>