Apollon - 22/5/12 - 09:00 - User-driven Open Innovation Ecosystems

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  • Apollon - 22/5/12 - 09:00 - User-driven Open Innovation Ecosystems

    1. 1. User-driven Open Innovation ecosystems go really local … across borders Smart citizens in smart cities and communities co-creating future Internet-enabled servicesOpening Keynote, 22 May 2012, Mechelen Mário Campolargo European Commission - DG INFSO Director, Emerging Technologies and Infrastructures
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    6. 6. FI PPP: leadership beyond R&D 1. Making the ICT applications research world “smarter” Application Pull and accelerate sustainable innovation FI-PPP 3. Making Europe a world leader Technology push in Future Internet ICT technology research technologies 6
    7. 7. Call 1 Call 2 Call 3 CONCORD: Programme Facilitation & Support INFINITY: Capacity Building & Infrastructure FINEST Obj 1.9 Capacity Building INSTANT MOBILITY USE CASES SMARTAGRIFOOD 3rd Call Obj 1.8 Use Case Trials FINSENY Use Case Up to 5 Trials Expansion SAFECITY Phase OUTSMART FICONTENT Obj 1.8 Use Case Trials ENVIROFI FI-WARE Technology Foundation TF Continuation2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 7
    8. 8. Phase 2 outcome: Networked pilots and large scale trials all over Europe Pilot B.3 Pilot A Pilot B Pilot C Pilot B.2 Pilot DPilot B.1 Pilot B.4 Pilot A.3  Geographically dispersed but some & Pilot C.2 co-locations considered useful  No pilot is an island  Existing local ecosystem -nucleus from which to grow 8
    9. 9. Phase 3: expansion Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Each phase builds upon the previous and enlarge concept and participation From trial to take up, aggregating SMEs, training,… 9
    10. 10. Implementation Roadmap Call 1 (20 July – 2 December 2010) – budget 90 MEuro  Technology Foundation (one IP, 41 MEuro, 3 years)  Use Case Scenarios – Phase 1 (7-8 areas, IP, 5 MEuro, 2 years)  Capacity Building (one CSA, 3 MEuro, 3 years)  Programme support (one CSA, 6 MEuro, 5 years) Call 2 (18 May – 24 October 2012) – budget 80 MEuro  Use Case Scenarios Pilots – Phase 2 (5 areas, IP, 13.5 MEuro, 2 years, 10 % flexible)  Capacity Building (one IP, 12.5 MEuro, 2 years) Call 3 ( June – Dec 2013) – budget 130 MEuro  Devoted to the expansion and enlargement of many testbeds and pilots (2 years) 10
    11. 11. DG INFSO reinvented – DG Connect  Preparation for H2020  Streamlined management  New focus (innovation, evidence based, data collection and sharing, new stakeholders)  Policy and research integration
    12. 12. DG Connect Sustainable Components Excellence in Media and Net Futures and secure and Systems Science Data society Network Technologies Software and Services Cloud Net Innovation Experimental Platforms Cooperation Coordination
    13. 13. HORIZON 2020: implementation  A single programme bringing together three separate programmes/initiatives  More innovation  Focus on societal challenges facing EU society, e.g. health, clean energy and transport  Simplified access, for all companies, universities, institutes in all EU countries and beyond
    14. 14. Societal Industrialchallenges leadership Future Internet Excellent Science
    15. 15. Thanks… let us reinvent the future

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