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TIVIT PRESENTATION

TIVIT PRESENTATION 22
TIVIT PRESENTATION Prof., Dr. Tech, eMBA Pauli Kuosmanen CTO Tieto ja viestintäteollisuuden tutkimus TIVIT Oy TIVIT IN A NUTSHELL • TIVIT: Center for Science, Technology and Innovation (SHOK) in the area of ICT • Mission: TIVIT creates ICT based business ecosystems to enable new global growth business for TIVIT’s owners and partners • Services include: – Cooperative national and international research programs to create new technological and business innovations – Facilitation of business concept creation to explore new business opportunities in Finland but aiming to global markets – Coordination of international research activities – Service creation laboratory – FORGE (ramp up in 2012) Research 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 PERFORMANCE AS A COMPANY 3 000 000 2 500 000 2 000 000 Revenue 1 500 000 Tekes ramp up 1 000 000 Result 500 000 € 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 B 500 000 • Personnel at the end of 2012: 10 people • Services at the end of 2012: – Research programs: 6 parallel programs with annual volume over 50 M€ – Ecosystem programs: 8 programs with total volume close to 10 M€ – International coordination: 2 actions, ICT Alliance (Finland – China) and FI PPP coordination – Service creation laboratory, FORGE: operative ramp up in 2013 TIVIT’s CORE COMPETENCES ICT – development and strategies Advanced innovation management • ICT industry wide, annual strategy process • Cocreation in PPP – Annual renewal of research portfolio – Sharing the IPR – Priorities – Companies and universities together – Large and small companies in same program • Wide understanding of ICT development – Private and public funding with clear rules – Trends in business – TIVIT’s board of directors is full of ICT professionals • Dynamic – Trends in academic world – Clear and open management structure – Access to national foresight material – Driver company linking to the global business – More and more international contacts development – Scrum model from SW industry applied on • Focused research program level – Linking the ICTstrengths in Finland and – Flexibility to react changes global opportunities – Selecting areas where global influence is • Ambitious possible – Milestone system to monitor progress – Dreaming big – Business success and results wanted Balanced actions towards new global breakthroughs Continuous benchmarking and dynamic adjustment of activities Fast flow of results from research to business utilization 8.2.2013 ADVANCED INNOVATION MANAGEMENT • Cocreation in PPP – Sharing the IPR – Companies and universities together – Large and small companies in same program – Private and public funding with clear rules swarm • Dynamic – Clear and open management structure – Driver company linking to the global business development – Scrum model from SW industry applied on research program level – Flexibility to react changes Applied scrum • Systematic and ambitious – Working according to SRA manual processes – Milestone system to monitor progress – Business success and results wanted ICT – STRATEGIC VIEW ICT TRANSITION – NEW VISION AND STATUS (Dataintensive) Digital services in Internet economy Nokia 1 State of the art Challenger Computational including Telecom including cloud computing and big data mobile communication competences and competences and business business 1. Competence building transition is done 2. Accelerate business growth based on new competences NEXT BIG THING: SERVICE INDUSTRY’S BOOM Boom: (A) Agriculture: Value from Digitalization of services harvesting nature (G) Goods: Huge opportunity for the Finnish Value from making products ICT industry (S) Services: Value from enhancing the FORGE capabilities of things (customizing, FORGE (Service Creation Laboratory): distributing, etc.) and interactions between things Accelerating the transition towards ICT based service business • Future Internet Assembly – Research roadmap, May 2011: 8.2.2013 Source: IBM, development in the USA INTERNET ECONOMY OPPORTUNITY Source: Boston Consulting Group 8.2.2013 SIMPLIFIED MESSAGE PAST Business driven Engineering driven Internet WEB 2.0 technological enablers cloud computing NOW and GROWTH Systemic transformation in every industry due to the technological overwhelming enablers digital business performance TIVIT PROGRAM PORTFOLIO 2013 Next Media Cocreativity Content value net Sanoma Web of Digital Services Nokia Service value net services Internet Internet of Things Network value net Ericsson everywhere Data value net Acting on data Data to Intelligence Tieto Web SW Cloud Software FSecure SW value net productivity Multi core Parallax HW value net Initiated under TIVIT, but implemented with separate TEKES funding (not from SHOK allocation) SRA PORTFOLIO • Lean process • Innovative digital • Dataintensive • IoT ecosystem development services in selected services • IoT demos underserved sectors • Cloud business • Databased business processes • Service business processes processes Cloud Digital Data to Internet of Software Services Intelligence Things • User experience in • Service enablers • Intelligent data • IoT management the Cloud processing technologies technologies • IoT applications support Cloud Digital Data to Internet of Software Services Intelligence Things • Cloud technologies • Data management • Sensing real world • Communication technologies objects between the objects • Security in the Cloud Cloud Data to Internet of Internet of Software Intelligence Things Things 12 RESEARCH PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT TIVIT Research program volumes (k€) 2013 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 estimation Together FI 3 216 8 014 9 135 6 053 1 256 0 27 675 DIEM 5 178 11 060 10 470 8 472 2 293 573 38 046 FS 1 848 6 137 5 344 0 0 0 13 330 CT 1 404 3 442 5 347 891 0 0 11 083 CSW 0 0 16 270 18 240 14 788 12 262 61 560 NM 0 0 6 806 9 020 9 947 8 000 33 773 D2I 0 0 0 0 7 180 8 093 15 274 IoT 0 0 0 0 12 172 9 140 21 312 DS 0 0 0 0 5 980 9 060 15 040 Together 11 646 28 653 53 371 42 676 53 616 47 128 237 091 TIVIT Research program volumes (€) Tekes’ SHOK allocation 60 000 000 defines currently the 50 000 000 annual volume 40 000 000 30 000 000 Industry is asking more = is willing to 20 000 000 invest in competence 10 000 000 creation in Finland 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 estimationRESEARCH PARTICIPANTS BY TYPE IN 2012 Research participants by type in 2012 Note Same participants are active in several programs Research PROGRAM Large comp. SME institutes Together FI 5 2 5 12 DIEM 9 6 4 19 TIVIT’s annual participation CSW 12 6 8 26 NM 27 22 8 57 numbers in 2012: D2I 16 10 10 36 • Companies 150 IoT 7 10 8 25 • Research institutes 12 DS 10 16 11 37 • People involved 1500 Research participants by type in 2012 Large companies are 30 acting as driver company research is relevant 25 from global business 20 perspective Large comp. 15 SME Research partners 10 5 0 FI DIEM CSW NM D2I IoT DSROLE OF FORGE • Scaling RD tool for systemic transformations in Finnish industries and public services – Renewal and accelerated new growth in ICT industry Governmental – Digitalization of every industry City services Public services – Productivity in public services via digitalization Traffic … Information and communication industry and services (TIVIT) Energy and environment (CLEEN) Built environment Nex t Media (RYM) Metal products Service program and mechanical Future Internet / IoT engineering FORGE (FIMECC) From Data to Intelligence Cloud Software Forest industry (FIBIC) Health and wellbeing (SALWE) – Market creation for commercial cloud players = Category specific service design node Flow of results Data to Intelligence (D2I) 20122015 ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF DATA • “We're entering a new world in which data may be more important than software.” Tim O'Reilly • “The future belongs to companies and people that turn data into products.” Mike Loukides, O’Reilly • “I think we are witnessing the second industrial revolution. And it is fueled by data.” Abhi Mehta, Bank of America • “85 of eBay’s analytic workload is new and unknown. We are architected for the unknown.” Oliver Ratzesberger, eBay COMPANIES AS DATA FACTORIES • Understand that one of your core assets is data • Automate and optimize the information logistics • optimize usage of current infrastructure and find “bottlenecks” of information flows • Seek ways monetize your data assets • Harness data as renewable energy • Like raw energy can be harnessed into usable energy • Attempt to capture and analyze any data that might be relevant, regardless of where it resides D2I VISION MISSION • Vision 2015 We have developed the necessary intelligent methods and tools for managing, refining and utilizing diverse data pools. The results enable innovative dataintensive business models and services with supportive ecosystems. • Mission To boost Finnish international competitiveness through intelligent (contextsensitive, personalized, proactive) data processing technologies and services that add measurable value. OS: Organisations, Services e.g. business models, processes, usercentric requirements MA: Methods, Algorithms DT: Data, Technology e.g. models, analytics, data e.g. semantics, structures, mining and understanding platforms, security D2I BREAKTHROUGH TARGETS (OS) a b e d c g f (DT) (MA) a) New dataintensive services improving productivity, cost effectiveness, comfort or knowledge b) New business and earning models c) Identified interoperability opportunities enabled by modern key technologies d) Usercentric automated services utilizing big data analytics e) Reusable technologyfree service modules and technological components f) Methods for big data analytics • complexity handled through fusion of heterogeneous data sources • adaptivity, contextsensitivity • scalability • user relevance g) Common (open) frameworks for intelligent data processing methods Internet of Things (IoT) 20122015 General Four Year Plan 2012 2013 2014 2015 App App App App Interoperability, connectivity, access control, service TIVIT IoT discovery, privacy Fixed/wireless IoT optimized connectivity fixed/wireless connectivity Within 4 years the foundations for new horizontal solutions shall exist Goal is to move from silos towards horizontal solutions. 22 Health Transport Security Bulding automation Need for Speed (N4S) 20142017 N4S MOTIVATION • New digital economy requires major changes strategy and leadership and in how companies run and renewal their businesses • ICT infrastructures, approaches and processes have changed dramatically over the last years: cloud and web technologies, open source, IoT and open data approaches are reshaping digital economy. Finnish industry has a good technical basis for transformation, however • Finland needs capability and competences for systemic business transformations: – Paradigm Change how to deliver value in realtime • New technical infrastructure and radically improved way of creating products and services are needed • For example, there may not be a need to keep separate departments for sales, marketing or RD but to organize people according to customer value streams overlapping organizational boundaries – Deep Customer Insight – how to increase business hitrate • We need novel technical, method and process level solutions to provide unprecedented way of understanding market and customer needs – Mercury Business – how to find new money • We need next generation models and approaches which enable successful global business in new segments and markets FINLAND IS WORLD’S BEST COUNTRY IN DIGITAL SERVICES EXPORT TIVIT – ENABLING ICT BASED GROWTH www.tivit.fi
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