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1 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 1 Clusterdevelopment within CAN Südtirol

2 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 2 Content 1.The region 2.The goals of CAN Südtirol 3.Results from the cluster programme 4.Methodology of cluster development 5.Success factors 6.Advantages of the ERDF programme ORGANIZATION

3 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 3 Karte

4 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 4 Südtirol – Statistical data Population: Area: km² Municipalities: 116 Three officially spoken languages: a)German: 69 % b)Italian: 27 % c)Ladin: 4 %

5 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 5 Goals of CAN Südtirol Development of clusters Benefits for SME Regional development Internationalization Improvement of the management level Special support of innovation ORGANIZATION

6 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 6 FM Planning Platform Project management Wellness Light & Acoustic Wood construction Open Source Strategy Seal of Qu. Security Marketing IT & SWE Committee CAN Südtirol Wood & Technology FM & Construction Environ- mental Committee Product development Internatio- nality Quality Products Strategy Marketing Projects

7 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 7 Economic results 4 Cluster 40 Co-operation projects 300 companies within the Clusters 16 new products and 12 new services 73 % partnership with R&D institutions

8 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 8 Political success New Department Innovation and R&D Cluster defined in law Special financing for cluster projects

9 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 9 Steps within the programm 1)cooperation 2)Analysis of the cooperation 3)wide defined cluster 4)thematically focused 5)internationalization IT projects SWE

10 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 10 Success Factors for cluster development: 1)Social component 2)Critically mass 3)Theoretically based 4)Using the regions experience 5)Stakeholder approach 6)Budget

11 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 11 Advantages of the innovative actions program: Laboratory character Flexibility Bottom up possibility Long term orientation Possibility to develop strategies out of action Integrate stakeholder through actions Best practice for other regions

12 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 12 Applied Spatial Management Innovation Concept Südtirol A strategically Development Concept to increase Innovation Activities in Südtirol Bozen - Innsbruck - Zürich

13 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 13 Analysis of the strength and weaknesses of the region

14 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 14 Number of Institutions Companies R&D Organisations Qualification etc. Innovation level Market growth Small number of competitors High risk R&D relevance Innovation seed area High potential area Strategically core area Problem Areas Tourism wood construction food ICT logistics sport etc print carpenter butcher

15 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 15 vision of ASM 1.Increase the economically dynamism in Southtyrol 2.Create a strategically competitive advantage 3.Place the economically core areas global 4.Huge step forward in innovation, research and development

16 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 16 Goals 1.More international R&D projects 2.More technology oriented companies 3.More private and public expenditure for R&D and real Innovation 4.Consequent use of existing experience and know-how in the Region 5.Improve the human resource situation specially in technology and life science 6.Rejuvenution of products (pacemaking and key technology)

17 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 17 Strategy

18 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 18 Regional Innovation management Goal Development of a Innovation Concept Derive a regional management system Development of a regional management cockpit Actions Evaluation System Adopting Innovation Funding Alternative Financing

19 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 19 Indicators Input Output Indicators Input Output Indicators Input Output Indicators Input Output Actions KonzeptActions Innovation Cockpit

20 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 20 High Potenatial Areas (HPA) Goal Increase the dynamic in Innovation areas Develop key topics Develop centre of excellence, cluster and network Increase the number of high-risk projects Organise the regional R&D and Innovation interface Definition of HPA 1.Innovative topics, which are able to be a future core competence in South Tyrol 2.It is necessary that there is a demand for this topics in South Tyrol. 3.At the beginning there is seldom the critical mass for cluster in this areas. 4.Examples: a) Nano Technology b) Open Source c) Renewable energy

21 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 21 Possible HPA (derived from a trend analysis ETH Zürich on the basis of the Southtyrolean economy) Environmental technology and renewable energy Information technology and Open Source Material science and testing of materials Logistic, mobility and traffic infrastructure Wellness and health

22 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 22 Actions within the strategy Technology transfer and broker Development of a technology park - TIS Cluster development Development of centres of excellences EU orientation

23 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 23 Innovation Goal High potential projects Increase R&D relevant product innovation Reduction of the time to market Cooperating with international R&D organisation Involving the smallest companies reducing risks increasing liquidity Actions Technology transfer task force labour market special qualification programmes accreditation of the involved consultants

24 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 24 Support of smallest companies throughout the innovation process

25 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 25 The learning Region Goal Transfer of the learning region into the regional level Utilisation of regional experience and knowledge Develop technologically and life science competence in the HPA Analysing the needs of the companies Creating technologically communities Process 1.Personal mastery 2.Mental models 3.Shared vision 4.Team learning 5.System thinking

26 Version 3 Südtirol – Alto Adige Applied Spatial Management Co-financed by DG Regional Policy, Innovative Actions Unit 26 Management of SME Working techniques (Computer, statistics, …) Technology Topics Innovation and project management Internationalization Special topics Start module


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