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© 2008 ERNACT ERNACT IMC meeting Digital Hub Dublin 8th April 2008
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Recently submitted projects PIKE
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Projects under development ELLIS eGovernment multichannel
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin PIKEPIKE Aim To improve Innovation & Knowledge Economy Policies through the exchange, sharing and transfer of good practices and through the integration of these good practices into the mainstream SF programmes Status Submitted to INTERREGIVC on Jan 15 th 500 applications Decisions on project approval on Sep’08 Objectives Objectives -To exchange experience and to transfer eGov and Wireless Broadband good practice pilots and tools -To share the identified good practices and to develop an Action Plan to transfer them into the Mainstream SF programmes -To disseminate information about the project to a Large audience Promoting Innovation and the Knowledge EconomyBudget €1,665,523 75% funding rate
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin PIKE partners
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting To use broadband mobile communication services to promote the competitiveness of rural communities in the NPP area Status Submitted to INTERREGIVB on Mar 6 th 14 applications Decisions on project approval on May’08 Objectives Objectives - Develop the capability of rural communities to incorporate emerging broadband mobile services - To develop a number of broadband mobile services - Utilise the services to (1) improve the inherent sustainability of communities and to (2) provide economic connections to more central areas Connected Mobile Communities in the Northern PeripheryBudget €1,165, % funding rate (50% for non NP partners)
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin partners
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin COMING CALLS/PROJECTS UNDER DEVELOPMENT CALLS INTERREG IVB – North West Europe 2 nd Call opens 7 April & closes 9 May INTERREG IVB – Atlantic Area 1 st call opens 17 March & closes 12 May PROJECTS ELLIS eGovernment multichannel
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin INTERREG IVB - NWE
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin INTERREG IVB - AA
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin NWE & AA side by side North West Europe 50% funding rate Programme priorities P1: Capitalizing on innovation P3: Improving connectivity P4: Strengthening communities Average project 9 partners (min 2 partners from 2 countries) 3/4 years €6M budget (€3M ERDF) 2 nd call budget Atlantic Area 65% Funding rate Programme priorities P4 : Promote transnational synergies in sustainable urban and regional development Average project At least 2 countries (desirable as many AA MS as possible) 2 years €2M budget (€1.3M ERDF) 2 nd call budget € 26,446,214 ERDF € 3,871,335 ERDF for P4
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin ELLISELLIS Aim To reduce the impact of demographic migration in NWE through a transnational programme that promotes both the physical relocation and networking of its émigrés, coupled with skills transfer, commercial relationships and investment. Objectives Objectives -To establish a skilled émigrés network -To use the latest Internet & CRM to link expats to specific areas of business interest, to network and delivering a range of information services -To foster and broker a series of foreign direct investment, partnerships and/or out sourcing contracts Émigrés Linking Locally through Investment and Skills transfer WORKPLAN WP1 – Management and coordination WP2 – Expatriate network WP3 – Web based networking WP4 - FDI, outsourcing and partnerships promotion WP5 - Dissemination
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin ELLIS AANWE Potential partners: Derry, Donegal, Cantabria, Galway?San Sebastián?, Portuguese and/or French partner P4-Obj 4.2 Examples: Joint strategy to attract FDI in a transnational network of regions Potential partners: Derry, Donegal, Zeeland, Galway?, Belgian/German/French partner P1 –Obj 1.3 Examples: Actions aimed at finding transnational responses to territorial implications of the ‘knowledge economy’ (for example to reduce the contrast between ’stronger’ and “weaker’ regions in NWE; to attract the right labour force to NWE; to create and retain the right skills within NWE…) P4 – Obj 4.1 Examples: Actions aimed at strengthening the role of secondary towns and cities in NWE in order to develop counterweights to the dominant metropolitan areas P4 – Obj 4.3 Examples: Elaboration and implementation of transnational actions, models and tools, to respond to the impacts of demographic change and migration patterns. Transnational actions that will facilitate the integration of the skilled labour force into cities and towns PROS - Possibility to incorporate all interested BRISE Inward investment WG partners PROS -Very suited to programme priorities -Possibly better chances than in AA CONS -Difficulty in finding new partners ( 1, ideally 2) -Small-ish P4 1 st call budget CONS - Difficulty in finding new partners ( 1, ideally 2) - Cantabria and SS are not NWE partners
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin eGovernment multichannel AANWE Potential partners: Derry, Donegal, Cantabria, Galway?, San Sebastián?, Portuguese and/or French partner, (Olomouc?) P4 - Obj 4.1 Examples: - Transfers of know-how acquired in provision of a universal service (mail distribution or internet access, for example) in fragile rural zones; - Joint supply of services of general socio-economic interest through cooperation of cities and regions and wide use of ICT solutions (e.g. health services, education services, employment services); Potential partners: Derry, Donegal, Galway?, Belgian/German/French partner, (Olomouc?) P3 – Obj 3.3 Examples: - Joint transnational actions aimed at promoting the use of ICT in order to overcome the ‘digital divide’ in North West Europe - The use of advanced ICT to reduce the need to travel and to replace physical mobility through virtual exchanges P4 – Obj 4.3 Examples: - Transnational pilots and actions to improve the accessibility of, and access to services, including ICT, for areas affected by ageing and depopulation PROS -Possibility to incorporate main 3 project drivers -Suited to programme priorities PROS -Suited to programme priorities CONS -Difficulty in finding new partners ( 1, ideally 2) -Small P4 1 st call budget CONS - Insufficient ERNACT partners and difficulty in finding new partners ( 2, ideally 3) - Cantabria, one of main project drivers, is not in NWE
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin General considerations Only 1 month to deadline: even ONLY 2 project proposals is ambitious Very difficult to get more than 1 project funded out of the same call→1 project to AA and another to NWE Proposal: ELLIS to NWE eGovernment multichannel to AA
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin DARRA (Digital Age in Remote and Rural Areas) DARRA (Digital Age in Remote and Rural Areas) Programme: Northern Periphery Total Budget:€1,423,789 Duration:3 years
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Aim Eliminate the digital divide between rural and urban areas in the Northern Periphery by boosting the usage of more advances ICT services. Rural areas will benefit form more competitive business and full development of ICT for regional development.
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Objectives 1.Create a vision on attractive rural lifestyle with ICT in 2013 to guide the ICT strategy development in rural areas in the future. 2.Raise awareness of the benefits of advanced ICT services. The target groups will be for example tourism sector, local authorities and municipalities 3.Implement the more advanced eServices in the project regions.
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Partners 1.Kemi-Tornion University of Applied Sciences (Lapland, Finland) 2.Joint authority of Kainuu region (Kainuu, Finland) 3.Kainuun Etu Oy (Kainuu, Finland) 4.The Association of Local Authorities in Västernorrland (Västernorrland, Sweden) 5.Mid Sweden University (Västernorrland, Sweden) 6.Företagarna Västernorrland (Sundsvall, Sweden) 7.ERNACT (Ireland/Northern Ireland) 8.Shannon Development (Shannon, Ireland) 9.Sogn og Fjordane County Governor (Sogn og Fjordane, Norway) 10.Western Norway Research Institute (Sogn og Fjordane, Norway) 11.Rovaniemi regional development agency (Rovaniemi, Finland) 12.University of Limerick (Limerick, Ireland)
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Associated Partners 1.IT-forum Sogn og Fjordane via WNRI (Sogndal, Norway) 2.Derry City Council (Northern Ireland) 3.Donegal County Council (BMW Region, Ireland) 4.Galway County Council (BMW Region, Ireland) 5.Municipalities of Örnsköldsvik, Sollefteå, Kramfors, Härnösand, Timrå, Sundsvall and Ånge (Västernorrland, Sweden) 6.The Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions (Stockholm, Sweden) 7.Entrepreneurs in West Bothnia (Kemi, Finland) 8.It-Polis in Kainuu (Kajaani, Finland)
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin WP1: Project management, evaluation & communication Strategic Focus: Project management, coordination and communication to secure effective communicationand dissemination of project results. Responsible Partner: Kemi-Tornion University of Applied Sciences
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin WP2: ICT vision for remote and sparsely populated areas Strategic Focus: Understanding 2013 life styles in peripheral regions and systematically linking this knowledge necessary competences, policy & decision making. Responsible Partner: Kommunförbundet Västernorrland
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin WP3: Developing ICT maturity of SMEs in sparsely populated and rural areas Strategic Focus: Effectively address obstacles hindering ICT uptake & maturity of SME’s in peripheral regions and increase in a measurable way ICT uptake and e-Commerce performance of 20 SME’s in the partner regions. Responsible Partner: Kainuun Etu Oy
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin WP4: eGovernment solutions supporting e-business Strategic Focus: Make significant contribution to the uptake of e-business processes by SMEs and microbusinesses, and the stimulation of regional “e- services” markets, through strategic selection and implementation of a number of public or government “e-services”. It achieves this by using its dominant position for the supply of certain services to strongly encourage SMEs to utilise these services in their “e-form”. This includes local development groups working in public interest. Responsible Partner: ERNACT
© 2008 ERNACT 8 April 2008IMC meeting Dublin Main Outputs An understandable and easily communicated ICT-vision for rural areas where each region can find support for new initiatives and activities. A new awareness of ICTs roll for regional growth in rural areas. Visions and scenarios should help policymakers take multiple futures into account and take actions to move toward desired futures. Processing of some 120 – 150 SMEs in all 4 partner regions 1 Handbook formulating a good practice model for ICT uptake in remote and peripheral areas, relying on the 2013 vision, the regulatory drivers, the service provision and the actual SME processing. Best practice model for e-business services by public authorities.
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