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Televic group Televic Group Healthcare Rail Conference Education IP-based network On-board systems Digital conference, Innovative for nurse call, for passengers simultaneous technology for building information, interpretation and your learning management, multimedia voting systems. environment. intercom and care entertainment and registration. control. 13/10/2011 2
Televic Global Presence Televic nv Belgium Televic Ltd Bulgaria Izegem Plovdiv 220 FTE 105 FTE Televic SA France KAT Televic JV Lille China Changzhou 20 FTE 130 FTE Televic UK Ltd Manchester 5 FTE PTC Televic JV India New Delhi 10 FTE 13/10/2011 3
Innovation !? My Product Corporate survival is dependent on the firms ability to adapt in times of change, that is, they need to learn in order to "retain and improve competitiveness, productivity and innovativeness”. (Dodgson, 1996) 13/10/2011 4
How ? Watch trends and evolutions Competitors, suppliers, other markets, patents, internally (TIFANI=stage gate) Central lab Thesis (master and bachelor) Projects (alone or within consortium) TETRA, SME innovation projects, European projects, ICON projects 13/10/2011 5
From individual to distributed innovation interaction between participants Distributed Innovation Corporate Innovation Individual Innovation 19th Century 20th Century 21st Century Gann & Salter, 2003 13/10/2011 6
Why ? Creates awareness inside company Collaborative project : academic partners, government and industrial partners. (no restrictions) Multidisciplinary : different views on problems Demand driven Alignment with IWT O&O process Funding, but contribution by partners ! Access to important resources Splendid support from IBBT (e.g. legal, locations,…) 18/10/2011 7
TRACK – in a nutshell TRain Applications over an advanced Communication networK Some figures 2 years 11 partners 340 man months of effort spent 38 deliverables (Demonstrators, Software, Reports) End of project : 27 october 2011 13/10/2011 8
TRACK - What TRain Applications over an advanced Communication networK 13/10/2011 9
TRACK – WP1 Definition of the Use Cases and User requirements Design of the general architecture and interfaces Study of the economic viability 13/10/2011 10
TRACK – WP2 Development of network platform Analysis of dynamic wireless behaviour (sWP2.1) Optimization of throughput (sWP2.2) Development of IPv6 strategies (sWP2.3) Integrated lab PoC demonstrator (sWP2.4) 13/10/2011 11
TRACK – WP3 Addressing different application and management related challenges. Remote train applications (sWP3.1) Low Latency codecs (sWP3.2) Remote application config & version management (sWP3.3) Application-support platform architecture (sWP3.4) 13/10/2011 12
ICON – Project Initiation Small team of industrial partners. Complementarity, no competitors. Ideally ; add (potential) customers. Start brainstorming on possible topics. Quantity more important then quality Demand driven Converge towards ‘a story’ Invite academic partners to the table They bring different views, bring expertise in certain domains, they help the team breaking out of the box, etc. Invite more industrial partners if they are required/add value to the project 13/10/2011 13
ICON – My best practices At start, clearly define milestones and goals At start, make sure there is enough to win for each partner During project, evaluate goals and path forward Regular WP meetings to keep the fire going (LAT) Regular plenary meetings Balance goals of the industrial partners and academic partners 13/10/2011 15
ICON – My best practices Active management involvement of partners Stimulate ‘real’ co-operation on milestones People are It is onlyexample and experience” that firmsand learning very by “working closely with experts are able to through important acquire tacit knowledge. (Senker and Senker, 1994) 13/10/2011 16