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Experience with Regional innovation strategy (S3) in Bratislava BIC Bratislava
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Innovation strategies on the state and regional level – present situation State level: No complex National innovation strategy was developed in 20 years of existence of the Slovak Republic so far Regional level: all regions have carried out the RIS 2, but due to low competencies of the regional governments insufficient implementation Insufficient support of SMEs, tax and insurance increase, unemployment of 14 % / 32 % young people, low R&D expenditures of 0.49 % / 0.68 % incl. SF expenditures Results: Innovation scoreboard 22/27, FP7 participation 22/27, unemployment 22/27 Challenge to change: Central government systematic intervention is necessary
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Preconditions of Innovation strategy development and implementation GDP growth cased by FDI - the automotive industry development (VW, PSA and KIA and their supply chain) and by the electro technical industry, much less by domestic SMEs Systematic SME support in access to finance, to market, to qualified working force necessary Support of research universities, SAS, emphasis on applied, problem solving research related to SK and EU industry needs Structural Funds inflow OPs education, infrastructure, SMEs, R&D, – but very low SF administration efficiency EC support needed SF forms main part of R&D financing Smart Specialization Strategy – priority definition related to limited R&D and Innovation expenditures on national and regional level
© BIC Bratislava 2012 RIS 3 BSK BSK is a developed region, but certainly less than stated by the Eurostat High concentration of companies and financial institutions, full employment VW Slovakia, investments in hi-tech, e.g. e-car manufacturing, impact of supply chain companies Concentration of ICT companies – IBM, Siemens, HP and others Dynamic development of Slovak R&D ICT companies, e.g. ESET, Sygic, Ardaco Operation of energetic companies
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Concentration of Slovak R&D base in Bratislava 53% of national R&D staff 62% of FP7 financial means run in Bratislava (20% in Košice) 70%+ scientific publications and quotations and 50%+ new knowledge and technology generation Critical mass on basic and applied research in main SS domains Related to regional and international industry, e.g. automotive Creation of modern R&D infrastructure financed form SF, but Low financing of R&D activities: 1.2% of the GDP Low wages of R&D staff especially young researchers (much less than in Brno or Vienna) Insufficient national R&D financing substituted by SF
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Smart Specialisation RIS 3 BSK ( ) Smart specialisation enables concentration of limited financial means on domains with highest efficiency Mandate of the BA region to BIC Bratislava to work out the RIS 3 BSK Smart Specialisation Criteria BIC Bratislava criteria: FP participation / coordination, SF means obtained, cooperation with the industry, patents, PhD students, (publications and quotations) Critical mass on R&D potential, international networking, R&D continuity and sustainability Consultations with the UK and STU rectors, SAS vice-president and prestigious scientists
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Smart Specialisation in Bratislava: 3 main domains Materials ICT Biotechnologies Horisontal priority: proactive participation in global EU issues: renewable energies, digitalization, ageing population, other social challenges...
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Material research Construction materials: – Light materials (aluminium) – Plastics and polymers – Composites Materials diagnostics on nano level Intelligent surfaces Application in electrotechnics, photovoltaic, sensors Use: In automotive industry (VW and suppliers), RE technologies (PV panels), aerospace industry, medicine
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Material infrastructure Analysis of the R&D base (SAS, STU) Identification of 900 companies actives in materials in BA region – from that just 30 companies involved in material research / developmnet Visit of 15 companies, technology audit (TA) performance in 5 of them Science park creation (SAS, STU, UK) in material science, ICT and biotech Coopearation with external indiustrial companies esp. from the automotive industry
© BIC Bratislava 2012 ICT research Security Navigation systems Control, automation and robotics Data recognition a data mining Use: in manufacturing, telecommunication and marketing processes
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Biotech research Molecular biology and biomedicine R&D in diagnostics of oncology diseases and monogenetic diseases R&D in biology active materials, biopolymers, biocompatible and biodegradable materials (e.g. vas implanters) Use: mostly in medicine
© BIC Bratislava 2012 RIS 3 Bratislava: Vision, Objectives and Instruments Vision and objectives Creation of an R&D and Innovation region of European type In the context of Vienna and Brno (JIC) region, Central Europe and the Danube region via: In identified domains – construction and intelligent materials, selected ICT and molecular medicine biotechnologies Achievement of critical concentration of technology based companies, incl. hi-tech ones in the defined domains in the region – support of new technology companies creation and allocation of foreign technology based companies
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Instruments: Development of material infrastructure Creation of Competence centres, Science parks and Science City Sciences parks oriented on 3 main domains – SAS, STU, UK Incubators Technology and Innovation centres – VW Innovation centre Further upgrade of laboratory equipment
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Instruments: Development of non-material infrastructure Research university status assigned to the UK and STU – more funding Transformation of SAS Support of PhD students Infrastructure for spin-off creation IPR protection Knowledge and TT support (patent fees) National Knowledge and Technology Transfer Centre at CSTI Research cluster development in defined 3 smart specialisation domains Cluster development in main industrial domains Awareness and success stories – awareness in innovations and establishment of Innovation forum Educational innovation (dual education at secondary schools)
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Instruments: Financial infrastructure development Stimulation of risk funds development (e.g. with support of EIF new generation JEREMIE) Investment stimuli activation for the allocation of foreign high tech companies IPR financial support Development of specific loan and grant programmes Establishment of the Regional Innovation Fund (RIF) Funds rising for co-financing of PhD students, young scientists and foreign scientists S3 development as ex ante condition for Structural funds planning and implementation Exception / Flexi solution for SF for R&D in Bratislava region – 2/3 of national R&D potential versus small portion of national SF for R&D (15% ?) EIB Instruments (loan guarantees / equity investments)
© BIC Bratislava 2012 Conclusions Political and regional consensus achieved - Political: city, region, state, EU (still to be achieved, SF problem) - Regional: SAS, STU, UK and regional industry- to be continued Critical mass on defined domains – smart specialisation People – HR in R&D &Innovation emphasis International context (Vienna and Brno region), EU excellence Integration to ERA Infrastructure development in R&D &Innovation Exception / Flexi conditions in SF Cooperation with central governments – across the relevant ministries (MF) Cooperation with the EC – across the relevant DGs BSK role: managing, implementation, networking and monitoring of RIS 3 process awareness, promotion, presentation of success stories – innovation approach
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