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TIVIT Ltd. 24.04.2008 TIVIT Oy Kimmo Ojuva. TIVIT Ltd. 24.04.2008 TIVIT Oy:n taustaa Suomen akatemia ja Tekes, 2006 –Peruslinjaukset, tiedottaminen Yritykset.

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Presentation on theme: "TIVIT Ltd. 24.04.2008 TIVIT Oy Kimmo Ojuva. TIVIT Ltd. 24.04.2008 TIVIT Oy:n taustaa Suomen akatemia ja Tekes, 2006 –Peruslinjaukset, tiedottaminen Yritykset."— Presentation transcript:

1 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Oy Kimmo Ojuva

2 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Oy:n taustaa Suomen akatemia ja Tekes, 2006 –Peruslinjaukset, tiedottaminen Yritykset ja tiedeyhteisöt, 2007 –Tutkimusagendat –Toimintamalli –Sopimusmallit –Hakemus SHOK:ksi TIVIT Oy perustetaan –Järjestäytyminen ja operatiivisen toiminnan aloittaminen

3 TIVIT Ltd Miksi TIVIT? Nykyinen innovaatiojärjestelmä ei vastaa enää kaikilta osin kansainvälisiin haasteisiin Tutkimus- kehitys- ja innovaatiotoiminta ja sen rahoitus ovat olleet pirstaleisia ja lyhytjänteistä Kansainvälinen näkyvyys on jäänyt muutamien yritysten ja huippuyksilöiden varaan Suomelle tärkeiden tutkimus- ja teknologia-alojen vahvistamiseksi ja uusien osaamisalueiden luomiseksi tarvitaan uusi keino.

4 TIVIT Ltd Mitä TIVIT antaa yrityksille? Nopeuttaa ja tehostaa yritysten innovaatiotoimintaa Yritykset pääsevät määrittelemään keskittymän tutkimussuunnitelmaa tarpeitaan vastaavaksi Yritykset saavat käyttöönsä tavoitteidensa kannalta monialaista osaamista Yritykset pääsevät osallisiksi nykyistä pitkäjänteisemmästä julkisesta tutkimus- ja kehitysrahoituksesta

5 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Oy, osakkaat Suurosakkaat Yhteensä 40 osakasta Tiedeyhteisöt Pienyritykset

6 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Oy hallitus (1/2) suurosakkaiden edustus OsakasHallitus, varsinainenHallitus, varajäsenVaalivaliokunta Elektrobit Technologies OyReijo PaajanenVeikko SeppänenHannu Ahonen Elisa OyjPertti HölttäAimo Maanavilja Oy L M Ericsson AbAri JouppilaRaimo Vuopionperä Nokia OyjPetteri AlinikulaJukka Rantala Nokia Siemens Networks OyJukka SaloPertti LukanderLauri Oksanen Technopolis Oyj*Keith SilverangJorma Kaitera TeliaSonera Finland OyjJuha-Pekka WeckströmPekka Rauhala Valtion teknillinen tutkimuskeskusTatu KoljonenTapio KoivuJorma Lammasniemi

7 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Oy hallitus (2/2) tiedeyhteisöjen ja pienyritysten edustus Hallitus, varsinainenHallitus, varajäsenVaalivaliokunta Juha Miettinen, Teknologiakeskus Hermia Pasi Mäkinen, Culminatum Hannu Laatikainen, VTI Technologies Helene Juhola, Viestinnän keskusliitto Carl- Johan Åkerblom, Turku Science Park Hallitus, varsinainenHallitus, varajäsenVaalivaliokunta Kaisa Väänänen-Vaino- Mattila, TTY, prof. Christer Carlsson, prof, Åbo Akademi Heikki Hämmäinen, Prof, TKK Jukka Paakki, prof. Hgin yliopistoYrjö Neuvo, prof.

8 TIVIT Ltd Focus Area Director Focus Area Director Focus Area Director Focus Area Director TIVIT Ltd. General meeting - Shareholders The Board of Directors Managing director / CEO Chief technology officer (CTO) SRA Flexible Services SRA Future Internet SRA Devices and Inter- operability SRA Co- operative Traffic ICT steering group expert group steering group expert group steering group expert group steering group expert group Articles of Association Shareholders’ agreement

9 TIVIT Ltd Project planning for 4 Focus Areas TIVIT proposal to Science and Technology Policy Council TIVIT proposal To Tekes ICT SHOK organizing SRA evaluation Vision, Road Map and SRA development Four Focus Areas Foresight activities and SRA development SRA evaluation II revision Project planning for n Focus Areas TIVIT proposal to Tekes TIVIT Ltd. operations 1st Project execution and delivery of results 2nd Project execution and delivery of results SRA evaluation III revision Project planning for m Focus Areas TIVIT proposal to Tekes 3rd Project execution … SHOK Process New Focus Area New Focus Area New Focus Area

10 TIVIT Ltd Future Internet

11 TIVIT Ltd Telephony Interconnecting wires Future Internet All-communicating world Interconnecting information Initiatives Europe: FP7 FIRE US: GENI/FIND China: NGI Japan (R)Evolution Internet Interconnecting hosts Interconnecting a World of Information Objects Inherent support for Security, QoS, Mobility, Self-Management Multi-Business Connectivity Grand Vision: Networking of Information Focus Area: Future Internet Grand Vision

12 TIVIT Ltd Motivation for Future Internet TIVIT Ltd: –Several problems plague the current Internet, causing both direct costs and loss of business opportunities and social value. At the same time, major future challenges loom around the corner, blocking the path towards future applications. Future Internet TIVIT Ltd Vision: –Future Internet will become a mission critical backbone of information society globally with billions of mobile and wire line users instantly connected to information and each other and using the net for communicating with each other, conducting business, managing their everyday lives, expressing themselves, and enjoying entertainment. Future Internet TIVIT Ltd Mission: –The Future Internet programme aims to radically innovate and enhance the Internet technology as a platform for innovation while providing strong governance over the use of the network resources and information in such a way that especially mobile use of the network and its services will be natively supported. Focus Area: Future Internet Motivation - Vision - Mission

13 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Ltd Future Internet partnership covers global players of Internet and telecommunications fields, application owners, small and medium sized technology companies, research institutes, and universities. Ericsson, Nokia, Nokia-Siemens Networks, TeliaSonera, Elisa, TietoEnator, Elektrobit, CSC, VTT, HIIT, TKK, University of Helsinki, Åbo Akademi University, University of Oulu, University of Jyväskylä… Focus Area: Future Internet Interest Group

14 TIVIT Ltd Flexible Services Ecosystem

15 TIVIT Ltd In the year 2015 the Flexible Service Ecosystem provides an adaptive, trustworthy service environment for entities in the Digital Service Ecosystems. The program will create the Flexible Services Ecosystem, where business, open service platforms and user & customer involvement meet to make Finland the leader in service innovation, production and experimenting. The breakthrough target of this SRA is twofold: –The creation of new cross-domain global business networks –To achieve global success in personalized mobile webX.0 service Focus Area: Flexible Services Ecosystem Vision – Mission

16 TIVIT Ltd The mission will be met by: –moving service creation from vertical business domains to networked open service domains –innovating through new internet based paradigms together with the Finnish skill set on mobility –developing key enablers of service infrastructure and common services with matching service creation methods and tools –analyzing the reasons leading to the success of the ecosystems and creating know-how on the ways user & customer experience, innovation and involvement in service creation can be enhanced –by using flexible, effective and agile development methods in Living Lab type environments that take into account also the social processes involved in the development and adoption of new services –applying the Flexible Services Ecosystem on selected service domains of global importance –having strong and beneficial cooperation with foreign research organizations working on Digital Business/ICT Ecosystems. Strategy

17 TIVIT Ltd R&D work of Flexible Services Ecosystem focuses on three strategic themes: –Service Infrastructure; including architectural and process design and common service space to address interoperability, trust, collaboration management, adaptiveness and ecommerce needs. –Ubiquitous access to services; exploiting the Finnish strengths and competences on mobile and ubicom technology, aims at enabling entirely new ways for service use. Special attention will be put on contextual life management services, targeted and interactive media services and the use of contextual information as part of the services. –User/Customer centric Service Creation; involves the end users and user groups, service providers, operators and applications developers to analyze success criteria and solution effects in specific service domains and services. Evidence will be provided as examples on Flexible Service Ecosystem applicability for cross-sectorial service business networks and personalized mobile web based services. Focus Area: Flexible Services Ecosystem R&D Themes

18 TIVIT Ltd Focus Area: Flexible Services Ecosystem Interest Group The creation of Flexible Service Ecosystem involves multidisciplinary global R&D with different actors, e.g.: –ICT -operators, service providers, IT service providers, platform and software modules developers, applications developers, media companies and organizations, content and information providers, research institutes and universities Collaboration with different lines of businesses, public sector organizations, industry forums, standardization forums and users/customers is important for verifying the results and impact of the Flexible Service Ecosystem development. Active contributors: Elisa, TeliaSonera, Nokia, TietoEnator, Forum Virium Helsinki, Dimes r.y, Swelcom, Viestinnän Keskusliitto, VTT, Helsingin Yliopisto, CKIR, HUT, TUT, HIIT, JY, OY, IAMSR/Åbo Akademi University

19 TIVIT Ltd Device and Interoperability

20 TIVIT Ltd Devices and Interoperability Ecosystem program targets to define and open a completely new domain for technology and service innovation on a global scale. The communication capabilities and computing capacity of both portable and embedded devices plus the ongoing development in the areas of sensor networks, ad hoc networking, location-based services, are all examples of foreseen possibilities of local, networked and heterogeneous smart environments. By connecting and accumulating digital information - both contextual and users’ information – in the multiple devices and in local infrastructure, new applications and services can be created and provided for people, businesses and communities The program will create new disciplines and competences in Finland for ICT area that has global potential. Focus Area: Devices and Interoperability Vision - Mission

21 TIVIT Ltd Business model, service providers Demonstrate applications and end-user value of smart environments and services for different players – device manufactures, service providers infra owners. Application developers Empower creation of new services for smart spaces. Bring speed to apps development, “Device mash-up”. Device manufacturers Convince “Win-Win” situation of bi-directional sharing of services between devices of multiple companies. Technology Providers, Methods & tools Interoperability challenges - bridging legacy technologies (computing and communication technologies, system architectures and interfaces, service discovery and communication protocols). Applications Usability of intelligent distributed systems, social aspect of ubiquitous technologies. Focus Area: Devices and Interoperability Challenges

22 TIVIT Ltd Enablers for generic device interoperability. System architectures supported with tools and methods for the exploitation of services and information in those environments. Proof of concepts and complete service pilots and demonstrators that can be exploited globally. Efficient and scientifically justified methodology and industrial practice to user analyses. Focus Area: Devices and Interoperability R&D Themes

23 TIVIT Ltd Interest Group University of Tampere University of Oulu Hantro Flander Solita Nokia VTT Åbo Akademi University of Jyväskylä Tampere University of Technology TUCS Elisa Plenware Insta DefSec Sasken Focus Area: Devices and Interoperability

24 TIVIT Ltd Cooperative Traffic ICT

25 TIVIT Ltd Combination of intelligent vehicles and infrastructures for transport and communications is needed for a continuous and evermore increasing requirement for an ecological, environmental sustainable and intelligent transport system (ITS) Until now automotive and telecommunication industries developed almost in isolation –Now the advanced wireless and internet technologies enable completely new possibilities to integrate these industries to a new much better traffic paradigm – cooperative traffic Vision: Novel Finnish cooperative traffic concept provides functions and services for driver assistance and sustainable traffic. The first commercially available results of the R&D activity will be available in Mission: –To reach the world elite in the ITS development and gain a leading position in the world-wide ITS business, including the quality and maturity of R&D, testing and piloting sites and infrastructures, but most importantly the international success of participating companies. –To develop highly efficient, seamless and flexible ITS solution (ITS = Intelligent Transport System) in environmentally and ecologically friendly manner, qualifying the latest and forthcoming ICT demands of enormously growing traffic, by commercial, public and private objectives. Focus Area: Cooperative Traffic ICT Motivation - Vision - Mission

26 TIVIT Ltd To create an active collaboration network between companies and research organizations Participation only through active ongoing project, co-operation or testing Participants can vary from technology vendors to content providers To make Finnish ITS companies and research globally recognized and competitive Including joint ventures, marketing efforts and strong partnership between participants To make Finland well-known and recognized ITS testing and validation site world-wide New R&D, interoperability, and living lab sites should be formed collaboratively Piloting and development of cooperative traffic ecosystem Focus Area: Cooperative Traffic ICT Objectives

27 TIVIT Ltd A global cooperative transport and mobility concept to be tested, validated and demonstrated in Finland. Successful demonstration enables the penetration in international markets. ( This requires getting together all the relevant stakeholders in transport and mobility industry in order to strengthen the export possibilities of the industries in the transport sector. The strong national reference case is the best way of marketing Finnish expertise in this area. Finnish enterprises would naturally have a chance to sell given sub-systems, applications and individual components abroad ). National cooperative travel and mobility system ( This would add to the growth of related industries and increase international market shares of Finnish industries. Furthermore, a successful reference case would make Finnish enterprises desired partners in transport ICT and breed spin-offs in the area. Other expected benefits would be to make national enterprises and R&D sector the leader in cutting-edge technologies associated with transport ICT – not only in mobile communication. Eventually, also the networking of Finnish players would be much easier in the field of transport industries as has been the case until today. ) Focus Area: Cooperative Traffic ICT Deliverables

28 TIVIT Ltd Companies: EB, Nokia, Vaisala, Destia, VTI, Tiehallinto, Elisa, Tampereen kaupunki, Ramboll Research Organisations: VTT, University of Turku, Åbo Akademi University, Tampere University of Technology, University of Oulu, Centre for Wireless Communications, University of Jyväskylä, Turku Centre for Computer Science, Kungliska Tekniska Högskolan Others: ITS Finland, Kajaani ATJ Focus Area: Cooperative Traffic ICT Interest Group

29 TIVIT Ltd Thank You!

30 TIVIT Ltd TIVIT Ltd Focus Area Summary

31 TIVIT Ltd SRA Summary Independent but complementary SRAs Stronger together via good co-operation Future Internet Flexible Services Ecosystem Device and Interoperability Cooperative Traffic ICT

32 TIVIT Ltd Background See the following document: TIVIT Ltd. is one of the five, new Finnish Strategic Centres for Science, Technology, and Innovation


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