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Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Dr. Christian Ege State Secretary Ministry of Economics and Labour Tel. +49 (681) 501-1627 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Innovation Strategy Saarland
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Succesful turnaround after dramatical loss of employment in the 80ies... while Pittsburgh used to be called Steel Town, they need to call it Knowledge Town. President George W. Bush 10 Headquarters of Fortune 1000 Companies Over 300 foreign Companies Strong Industries Strong Technology Clusters: Over 220.000 Employees in Information Technology Life Sciences Advanced Manufacturing Advanced Materials Environmental Technology Logistics Renowned Universities Carnegie Mellon University University of Pittsburgh Penn State University Pittsburgh today Why Innovation Strategy? Benchmark Pittsburgh
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Saarland`s road to 2010 VK Steel Works/ Saarschleife 1990-2000 2010 Location Profile and Image Unclear Innovative Companies Dwindling Industrial Sectors Treasures in Education and Research Tourism and Industrial Culture Saarland: Most dynamic European Region 60.000 New Jobs ? Industriekul- tourismus Prosperity through Cluster Development i t automotive Enhancing research competence Stimulating entrepreneurship Qualification Supporting cooperations and innovation transfer Improvement of international competitiveness Promotion and Marketing Innovation Strategy ?
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour 6 Cluster Initiatives it.saarland biokom.saarland automotive.saarland knowledge.saarland logistics.saarland energy.saarland Innovation Strategy Saarland Schools and Universities Education Research Economy Companies Start-Ups CLUSTER School and Universities Education Research Economy SME & Large Startups IT Security for Airbus A380 Ironing with Nanotech New Wave Caffé Success Stories Software for Pro- cess Management European Regional Innovation Award 2004 Competence Center NanoBioTech
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour BMW X3 is half a Saarländer Modules, Components, Parts and Equipment from Saarland Suppliers Nothelfer (Production line) Halberg Guss (Engine block) Bosch (Common Rail) ZF (Automatic gearbox) Eberspächer (Exhaust system) ThyssenKrupp (Parts) Saargummi (Gasket) Nedschroef Fraulautern (Joining elements) Becker Industrial (Tools) Juncker und Partner (Measuring fixture) Siebert (Display boards) ~ 40% added value from Saarland
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Saarland: In the heart of Europes Automotive Industry GM Mercedes British Leyland Renault / RVI* Iveco Alfa Romeo Fiat Lancia Ford Swatch Mobil Bonn Köln Düsseldorf Bochum Hannover Wolfsburg Bremen Emden Amsterdam Brüssel Frankfurt Eindhoven Antwerpen Charleroi Gent Douel Meubeuge Poissy Paris Aulnay Sochaux Ligny- en Barrois Mulhouse Saarlouis Bern Lyon Annonay Turin Suzzera Arona Rüsselsheim Kaiserslautern München Wörth Ingol- stadt Ulm Stuttgart Gaggenau London Mannheim Eisenach Batilly Dieppe Sandouville Filns Rennes Billancourt Chiasso 500 km VW Volvo Citroën Peugeot *Vehicules Industrielles Renault-Trucks Audi BMW, MAN Kässbohrer Porsche More than 75 % of OEMs produce within a radius of 500 km Luxemburg
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Source: Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft, 2004 Saarland: Third largest Automotive Supplier Region in Germany
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Key data in education 15 Study programms 35 Professors 2.300 Students 1.000 Trainees Main topics Software & Consulting Language technology Mobile Solutions Saftey & Security 100% secure car Grafic solutions Big Players IDS Scheer SAP T-Systems Orbis, Infor Saardata, imc, Anubis Syborg, Eurodata More than 80 young companies Starter Center Science Park 1 und 2 IT Park Cluster it.saarland
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Competence in Information Systems Competence Center of Computer Science founded in 2004 with the support of the Saarland Government Department of Computer Science at Saarland University, Information Systems at the University of Applied Sciences Max-Planck-Institut for Computer Science Max-Planck-Institut für Software Systems German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence Schloss Dagstuhl – International Conference and Research Center for Computer Science Center for Bioinformatics Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Institute for Information Systems Institute of Law and Informatics
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Nano Analytics Chemical Nanotechnology Functional Materials New Materialien Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Cellular / Medical Biotechnology Kryo Technology Application in SME from different Industries Members: 75 Competence Center for NanoBioTech
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour European Regional Innovation Award First Place for Saarland CategoryKnowledge based Economy", 2004 Project: Competence Center for NanoBioTechnology Leading in NanoBioTechnology
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour The Cluster knowledge.saarland teras Rechtsakademie Network Partners (Co-opetition) Crosslinking to other Clusters Listing of competences Market analysis Congresses Intermediation of cooperation partners Acquisition of projects EU, Federal Germany, World bank Acquisition of major customers Fair participation Market exploration Network for Education and Training Saarland (NETS e.V.)
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Science Park II (2005) NanoBio4Future (2005) Max-Planck-Institute for Software Systems (2004) New University Law (2004) EU Regional Innovation Award (2004) Competence Center CC-NanoBioTech (2003) EuroCryo: Research Cellbank (2003) Trilateral Initiative with Fraunhofer (2002) UMTS-Demonstration Center at German Institute for Artificial Intelligence (2002) IT-Park Saarland (2002) Multimedia-Initiative with German Telekom (2001) 84 Projects from 2001 to 2006 Examples: Projects of Innovation Strategy
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Strategy 1. Balance Sheet 20042001 2. Balance Sheet 2007 Employment:57.000 employees in cluster industries (growth of 3,38% since 1999, IT: +37,92%, Automotive: +8,06%) Acquisition: Successful acquisition of research funding from Germany, EU and Industry (i.e. in 6. EU-Research Framework Programme over 25 Mio ) Students: Positive development of studends in cluster studies (i.e. IT: increase from 1.900 up to 2.300 students since 2000) Spin Offs: Nearly 200 spin offs from our universities with around 1.500 employees since 1995 Patents: Positive upward trend at patent application (+10% since 1999) Infrastructure: Successful extension of technology infrastructure: i.e. IT Park, Science Park 2, Max Planck Institute for Software Systems Results
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Cluster employment from 1999 to 2005 -26,69% -5,40% -4,69% -2,92% 3,38% 3,88% 8,06% 37,92% -30%-20%-10%0%10%20%30%40% IT Automotive Logistics Cluster overall Saarland overall Knowledge (including R&D) Germany overall Energy Employees in Cluster Automotive:26.008 Logistics: 9.076 IT: 7.482 Knowledge: 6.793 Energy: 6.019 Biokom: 750 (without Coal Mining)
Feb-14 © Ministry of Economics and Labour Success is never final (Winston Churchill) Thank you very much for your attention
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