Presentation on theme: "FI-PPP State-of-Play and the 'final phase' 1. Objective 1.Make European industry and software developers more competitive in developing and using innovative."— Presentation transcript:
FI-PPP State-of-Play and the 'final phase' 1
Objective 1.Make European industry and software developers more competitive in developing and using innovative Internet technologies and systems. 2.Strengthen Internet-enhanced innovative services and applications of public and social relevance, notably in urban areas More intelligent, more efficient, more sustainable!
FI-Space FI-CONTENT 2 FI-STAR FITMAN XIFI FINESCE Phase 2 Use case trial sites
Phase 3 Quick Facts: Call Closure 10 December million for SMEs & web entrepreneurs 30 million for sustainability and take-up 5
Objective Wide take-up of FI-PPP results by SMEs and web- entrepreneurs - use of the Generic and Specific Enablers developed in FI-WARE and the trials. Develop services and applications making use of innovative infrastructures, big data, Internet of Things, etc. Long-term success of the FI-PPP … for details see the FI-PPP work-programme 2013 Example: Finding a loo in Vienna Geo-location Navigation Augmented reality Use open data of the city of Vienna
FI-PPP Call 3 The basic idea Scenarios UC platforms Infrastructures Generic Enablers Regional policies Web Entrepreneurs communities Services and applications in a wide range of Internet usage areas, large scale trials and take-up Incubators Infrastructure providers Public sector Company investment funds Focus on actors who can access and leverage existing SME and web entrepreneurs ecosystems Attract small actors to build services and applications, e.g. SMEs, web entrepreneurs, university teams, start-ups, geeks, whoever… Ensure sustainability, e.g. by embedding in regional fabric Connect with on-going regional initiatives, e.g. SME, web entrepreneurs, education, innovation SMEs Accelerators Web Entrepreneurs
8 Public sector ICT infrastructure provider Regional Dev Agency Accelerator 1 Accelerator 2 ICT infrastructure provider SME association 1 SME association 2 SME association 3 SME WE SME WE ?? WE ?? WE The basic idea
Expansion of Use Cases (Objective 1.8) Target Outcomes Innovative services and applications in a wide range of Internet usage areas Validating the concepts and technologies (generic and specific enablers) developed under the previous phases of the FI-PPP Make (public) service infrastructures and business processes smarter, exploit open data Implementation requirements Connection to existing communities of innovative ICT users and developers Able to bring together partners providing full ecosystem to involve SMEs and web-entrepreneurs Financial viability of the lead partners Expertise and capacity in running full life-cycle of open calls
Expansion of Use Cases (Objective 1.8) Project tasks Organise open calls for SMEs and web entrepreneurs to develop innovative services/applications Liaise with other projects and support for SMEs and web entrepreneurs to get them up to speed Coordinate and collaborate with programme support actions Other conditions At least 80% project budget for open calls Wide dissemination and promotion of open calls Adhere to FP7 guidelines in terms of evaluation, conflict of interest and confidentiality Indicative contribution to open call selected winners is in the order of EUR Obj 1.8Instrument: Up to 20 CP-CSAs, maximising geographic and/or sectorial coverage Duration: 24 months FI Call 3 Total budget Objective 1.8: 100 M Obj 1.8Instrument: Up to 20 CP-CSAs, maximising geographic and/or sectorial coverage Duration: 24 months FI Call 3 Total budget Objective 1.8: 100 M
Possible actors 11 consortium Accelerators Company managed funds ICT infrastructure providers Public sector Regional Development Agencies Sectorial ecosystems SME associations Others? By sector By company ecosystem By regional dimension By … ??
Possible implementation scenario - I 12 Ecosystem country A Ecosystem country B Ecosystem country C SME WE SME + + Key Characteristics: 3 lead partners = 3 pilot expansions 3 countries SMEs/Web entrepreneurs participate via sub- granting mechanism (new!) Reaches around 3 x 30 SMEs or web- entrepreneurs Budget could be around 10 million for this scenario
Possible implementation scenario - II 13 Ecosystem country A Partner in country B Partner in country C SME WE + + Key Characteristics: 1 lead partners = 1 pilot expansions 2 partners in other counties SMEs/Web Entrepreneurs participate via sub- granting mechanism (new!) Reaches around SMEs or web- entrepreneurs Budget could be around 5 million for this scenario
Possible implementation scenario - III 14 However, any other model is good as well, as long as it satisfies the conditions set out in the work programme, notably: 3 countries (EU + FP7 associated countries) 3 independent partners Minimum of 80% of the budget goes to SMEs and web- entrepreneurs and more generally what is specified under objective 1.8 in the work programme (http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/docs/ict-wp with-cover-issn.pdf)http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/docs/ict-wp with-cover-issn.pdf
Specifically Applicable Special Clauses: Participants in all actions resulting from this call are required to conclude a consortium agreement. Special Clause 41 'Complementary Grant Agreements' and, Special clause 42 'Financial Support given by Beneficiaries to third Parties' and the provisions therein will be applicable to all projects selected under this call. In view of the implementation of Special Clause 42, the proposal shall include the following elements: a fixed and exhaustive list of the different types of activities for which a third party may receive financial support, the definition of the persons or categories of persons which may receive financial support, the criteria for awarding financial support, the maximum amount to be granted to each third party and the criteria for determining it. 15
Technology Foundation Extension and Usage (Objective 1.9) One Integrated Project which covers: a)Technology Foundation Extension Updates, improvements existing Generic Enablers, and development of new Generic Enablers b)Platform availability Domain-specific adaptation of Generic Enablers Open source Generic Enablers reference implementation Test infrastructure for Generic Enablers Training of Objective 1.8 SMEs and web-entrepreneurs c)Platform sustainability Ensure sustainability of Generic Enablers beyond FI-PPP Exploitation planning, standardisation, interoperability, IPR arrangements
Technology Foundation Extension and Usage (Objective 1.9) Several Coordination and Support Actions which cover: Support for SMEs and web-entrepreneurs across the programme Evidence of socio-economic impact of FI-PPP until 2020 Support for dissemination and exploitation Support Internet innovation hubs (In collaboration with on-going work of the EIT ICT Labs) Support linking research to innovation, knowledge transfer, international collaboration, including organising conferences and workshops Obj 1.9Instruments: 1 IP for points a-c, 2-5 CSAs for point d Budget IP: 23 M, at least 10% flexible Budget CSAs: 7 M Duration: months FI Call 3 Total budget Objective 1.9: 30 M Obj 1.9Instruments: 1 IP for points a-c, 2-5 CSAs for point d Budget IP: 23 M, at least 10% flexible Budget CSAs: 7 M Duration: months FI Call 3 Total budget Objective 1.9: 30 M
FI-PPP Call 3 What are we looking for - and what not? Team players, become part of the on-going FI-PPP Programme Making use of knowledge generated by previous phases Programme Agreement Special Clause : Intermediaries with access to an existing community/ecosystem See implementation requirements & project tasks 1.8: High-quality intermediary and high-quality community 1.9 a-c: Technology- and IPR- oriented follow-up from FI-WARE 1.9 d: Ability to provide immediate and first-class support Europe-wide Stand-alone projects, not part of the programme 1.8: Unclear open calls and rules of the game or calls for "family and friends" 1.8: No clear existing SME or web- entrepreneur community 1.9 a-c: Lack of adequate continuation within the programme 1.9 a-c: Insufficient contribution or commitment 1.9 d: Lacking experience, knowledge, support capacity and commitment for the programme
Opportunities for Others! 19 Open Calls by the 5 large scale trials. Each has a budget of about 1.35 million reserved for adding new partners (summer 2013) XIFI: Open Call for additional infrastructures (summer 2013) Open Innovation Lab is the testbed hosting the innovative FI-PPP technologies accessible to anyone (summer 2013) Phase 3 will expand the innovative technologies to SMEs and web-entrepreneurs to create innovative services and applications. Stay tuned!
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