06 Pres D Samoilovich Torino en

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Sino-European Forum on Innovation Clusters :  Sino-European Forum on Innovation Clusters A Turin Strategy for Research, Enterprise and Venture Capital in IT Daniel Samoilovich MAISONS-ALFORT, 25th January 2007 Slide2:  Strategic location with an enviable quality of life: 120 km from the sea (Liguria) 60 km from the Olympic mountains (Sestriere) culture (Fiera del libro), history and arts (Royal Residences, Egiptian and Cinema Museums, Modern Art Museum,…), food and drink tradition (renowned wines, gianduiotti chocolate, Slow Food,…), nature (Turin is one of the greenest cities in Italy, pleasant surroundings, charming historical small cities…) Piemonte: a strategic location 4.3 M inhabitants (7% of Italian population) 1.5 M inhabitants in Torino metropolitan area 74.6 Bn€ GDP (9% of Italian GPD) 17400 € per capita income 10% of national industrial production 25.3 B€ export (13.3% of Italian export) 27% export in high-tech sector Piemonte: the ideal environment for an ICT District:  Piemonte: the ideal environment for an ICT District Meaningful Key Figures in High Tech top Italian region in high-tech employees (53,000) more than 6,000 companies only in Prov of Torino 20% of national patents 30% of national R&D expenditures A significant amount of research facilities Public research centers: Politecnico di Torino Università di Torino Istituto Superiore Mario Boella ISMB, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica INRIM Private research centers: Alenia, Fiat (Research Centre), Motorola, RAI, Telecom Italia labs (former CSELT), Pininfarina Engineering Center Scientific and technological parks: Environment Park, Virtual Reality and Multimedia Park, Bioindustry Park, Parco Scientifico Tecnologico della Valle Scrivia, Tecnoparco del LagoMaggiore Second industrial sector in Piedmont First rate players in Piedmont area Spill-over effects for traditional industrial sectors Slide4:  Formed in December 2002 and operating since September 2003 as a private non-for-profit foundation bringing together the most relevant players on Regional development: national and local governmental bodies, research centers, enterprises, banks. Torino Wireless: a wide public-private partnership Ien Galileo Ferraris CNR Slide5:  Purpose Speeding up the impact of innovation on the local economy and society, moving the ICT share of Gross Regional Product from 5% to 10%. Mission “(…) to create and develop Piedmont technology District, by increasing ICT contribution to regional economy and by positioning Piedmont amongst the international most innovative clusters” (art. 3.2 , Torino Wireless by-laws) Torino Wireless in brief Torino wireless focus:  Torino wireless focus Torino Wireless is focused on ICT and its sub-sectors such as software, multimedia, microelectronics, optical, wireless and wireline technologies. Our operating scope encompasses ICT applications in traditional industrial sectors. Slide7:  Providing flexible support to the creation and development of technology-based, high-growth potential Small and Mid-sized Enterprises, through: contacts to R&D facilities for short term product development high quality coaching on business issues (IPR, management, R&D projects development, PR and marketing) physical incubation infrastructures sources of financial support high level professional training business networks access to international markets The Torino Wireless approach VENTURE CAPITAL Torino Wireless organization: dedicated players:  Torino Wireless organization: dedicated players Promotion of a financial environment (VC funds, aids to enterprises) Partnership with Venture Capital funds Forecast R&D trends in the ICT sector high quality R&D labs on ICT joint R&D projects aggregating the efforts of all partners Technical support to SMEs operating on ICT Technology due diligence Strategic industry analysis Market analysis Business planning Intellectual Property Rights Specific projects for SMEs Networking & clustering R&D Enterprise Coaching Venture Capital torinowireless Foundation Innogest Capital Coordination of ICT District Incubation Torino Wireless mix of support mechanisms:  Torino Wireless mix of support mechanisms Support type Technological, Managerial, Business Dev. Financial Individual enterprises Aggregate of similar enterprises Segment of the productive System From Support (push) to Incentives (pull) Commercial Participation to exhibitions & fairs / Pacte PME Brokerage Clustering Scouting and benchmarking Training Call for project proposals Large industrial research project Target Increasing interaction complexity Managerial education and internationalization: the Global Access Program (GAP):  Managerial education and internationalization: the Global Access Program (GAP) Developed in collaboration with the Anderson School of management - University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). 35 participating countries: Italy is represented by the Piedmont SME selected by Torino Wireless in collaboration with API, CCIAA, ISMB, UI) Selected enterprises of Piedmont are case stories for the UCLA MBA students The MBA students work with the entrepreneurs in order to develop jointly a business plan aimed at “next step” (reaching international markets, contacting Venture Capital funds, …..) 7 Piedmont enterprises participating in GAP 2003, 8 in GAP 2004, 9 in GAP 2005 and 7 in 2006. Torino Wireless clustering initiatives:  Torino Wireless clustering initiatives In 2006 Torino Wireless started with the design and development of clustering initiatives applied to specific industrial sectors Objectives identify specific business opportunities facilitate companies aggregation for collaborative projects development and related products, with a higher level of complexity First clustering project, “Infomobility Cluster”, focused on the infomobility sector in the Piedmonte Region. Infomobility: application domains and needs:  Safety and Security Infomobility: application domains and needs Traffic Management Emergency Management Fleet and Freight Management Information Services to End-users Efficiency in mobility resources usage Assistance to people in mobility Efficient operations in emergency situations Safety and security of persons, vehicles and freights in mobility Efficient mission management in persons and goods transportation Means of transport Road Rail AIr Sea Field of mobility Urban Extraurban Interregional international Slide13:  EU total costs of road congestion estimated at around 120 billion Euro or some 2% of GDP Congestion costs in European aviation are at least 2.4 billion Euro, and railway costs amount to about 0.15 billion* Citizens of EU countries spend an average of one hour a day on the road, with more than 30% of this time spent in traffic jams* EU annual figures are: 48.000 fatalities and 1.700.000 injuries due to road accidents Social EU costs related to these incidents are estimated in 15 b$ of medical expenses and 30 b$ of missed GDP** * Source: FP5 Growth Programme ** Source: Invest in Sweden Agency, ISA Intelligent transport systems and services development and application is mandatory European ITS market trends Slide14:  Road Safety: Reduction of road accidents and related damages Efficiency: Decreasing traffic congestions and travel time reduction Environment: reduction of private car traffic generation and promotion of public transport usage, meaning less energy consumption and pollution production Pay per use: adoption of telematic systems enabling mobility related value added sevices supply and payment ITS demand main drivers The Intelligent Transport Systems and Services demand will mainly follow the following drivers: Industrial assets of Piemonte in ITS:  Industrial assets of Piemonte in ITS The presence of Fiat, Iveco and Iribus, historical car, truck and bus makers The experimentation of public local transport. Torino has been one of the first cities to adopt a system for public transport management and traffic control The presence of Tilab, the R&D centre of Telecom Italia Group The rise of good competences in software application development The presence of several firms that produce electronic devices The upcoming set up in Torino of the infrastructure for the Precise Time Facilities of Galileo Overview on the existing industry: The ICT industry in Piemonte is able to realize a huge number of specific applications in the ITS sector Industrial sectors: world-class skills in Piemonte 1/2:  Industrial sectors: world-class skills in Piemonte 1/2 20 Nr Number of operating enterprises 35 Industrial sectors: world-class skills in Piemonte 2/2:  Industrial sectors: world-class skills in Piemonte 2/2 20 20 20 15 Business projects currently under development:  Business projects currently under development The following business projects are currently under joint development within the cluster companies: Access rights: urban access control system through the concept of mobility credits applied to traffic management Mobility demand analysis and traffic management systems and applications especially tailored for small and medium cities (20.000-100.000 inhabitants) Development and provision of integrated emergency services for different customer segments on a regional level Development and operation of a “bus on demand” public transport service for specific users and specific routes The Valley of Death: Early-Stage Funding Gap:  The Valley of Death: Early-Stage Funding Gap Public Funded Research Creates New Ideas Product Development & Innovation Capital to Develop Ideas to Innovation No Capital © Charles W. Wessener District Venture Capital strategy: focusing on the early stages:  District Venture Capital strategy: focusing on the early stages Local action through local players high priority Angel Investing: over €5m fund “PiemonTech”. To invest in 30-40 companies / business plans Leverages the competences and the services from Torino Wireless, I3P Founded in July 2004. To date, 13 investments Torino wireless: financial structure:  Torino wireless: financial structure Torino Wireless Foundation holding company Innogest SGR (investment services company) VC Fund Innogest Capital VC Investments Portfolio Angel Investments Portfolio The Foundation’s main achievements:  The Foundation’s main achievements Development of a new innovation culture (Venture Capital, Intellectual Property, Clustering, Internationalization, etc.) Set up of High Impact R&D projects involving small and large enterprises R&D support in the field of Galileo: “Galileo Call for proposals”, Precision Timing Facility Development of a systematic approach for SME acceleration Clustering actions: Infomobility Cluster launched in Nov 2005; future clusters on e-security and food logistics (RFID) Maximizing the value of Intellectual Property (35 patents owned) Development of the District’s financial organizations: Piemontech and Innogest Setting-up a worldwide network of contacts among peer bodies, aimed at supporting internationalization of companies Seven key findings from our experience:  Seven key findings from our experience Innovation is a non linear Complex Process: many overlaps and unexpected outcomes Public - private partnerships can help to obtain the necessary support and create the needed incentives. All local key stakeholders should be involved. Achieving critical mass and sustainable processes (in spite of comfortable political “saupoudrage”) Identify the right focus and blend of instruments leveraging on territorial characteristics and stengths. Avoiding one-shot isolated actions and introducing strong synergy and interaction between the different program lines. Balancing long term goals with visible short term achievements. National and International networks:  National and International networks National collaborations: ADiTe - Italian Districts Association: Torino Wireless, Imast Napoli, VenetoNanotech, CBM Trieste: Cooperation and exchange of best practices Politecnico Milano: Agreement on Intellectual Property and Venture Capital International collaborations: Network of excellence in Wireless Communication NEWCOM: 62 universities, 800 researchers (European Network) MoU with Sophia Antipolis hi-tech Cluster (France) MoU with Queensland State and NICTA (Australia) MoU with Fundaciòn Chile on Galileo (Chile) MoU with Sapporo District and Softopia, funded by JETRO (Japan) MoU with British Columbia Wireless Cluster and with the Federal Research Center on telecommunications – CRC (Canada) Joint Projects with UCLA on Sensor Networks Internationalization Programs: UCLA Global Access Program (USA) – 31 companies participating in 4 editions of GAP (from 2003 to 2006) Excellence Match Program (China) – 8 companies involved in 2006 China Access Bridge (China) - 8 companies involved in 2006 Asia Invest II: Riding the waves of innovation (India) – 10 companies planned for 2007 Pacte PME (France) – 5 companies involved in 2006 Torino Wireless activities in China:  Torino Wireless activities in China With its international activities Torino Wireless aims at: Setting strategic alliances with other regions to setup common policies of innovation-based growth Activate collaborative programs leveraging on Piedmont strenghts Support the mobility of talented people Two specific lines of action have been activated with Chinese partners: Localization and support to enterprise growth: Excellence Match (ExMP) Project China Access Bridge (CAB) Project China Landing Project Focus on integrated high – technology sectors: Galileo Health emergency and e-Health Localization and support to enterprise growth:  Localization and support to enterprise growth The projects are carried out in cooperation with local partners (enterprise associations, incubators, universities, etc…) and offer support to enterprises in the two first steps of their life in China. Evaluation of business opportunities (EXMP / CAB, 15 participants in 2006) is a structured process lasting 6 months to: Check market opportunities and development paths Identify suitable market strategies Set up a network of contacts with Chinese correspondents Landing Assistance the permanent staff of Torino Wireless in Beijing offers for one year: Tailor-made business services Local managerial support Assistance in contacts with institutions in China and in Italy Integrated high – technology projects:  Integrated high – technology projects These activities aim at setting up cooperation in technological or industrial sectors where Piedmont has competitive advantages. A preliminary peer to peer matching with similar Chinese institutions and enterprises is being established. The following topics are at present under consideration: Galileo satellite navigation system Potential partners: China Galileo Industry (MoU)– Pekin University – Nanjing University – National Remote Sensing Centre China Goals: Cooperation on internationally funded projects Coordinated programs of research Joint developments with enterprises Heath emergencey, e-Health Potential partners: Hospitals, Ministry of Health, Emergency medical services Goals: Research coordinated programs Trials of jointly developed solutions (e.g. teleassistance) Transfer of experience on emergency management during Winter Olympics in Torino For further information and contacts :  For further information and contacts Torino Wireless Foundation Corso Galileo Ferraris, 64 - Torino Phone: +39 011 5645908 - 19501401 Facsimile: +39 011 5097323 www.torinowireless.it info@torinowireless.it

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