Lessons learned from FP7 proposals and projects SMI2G 2014

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Lessons learned from FP7 proposals and projects SMI2G 2014. Andrea Nowak Deputy Head of Department Safety&Security AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH 23 January 2014, Brussels V1.1. 23.01.2014. 1. Austrian Industry. Federation of Austrian Industries 49,54%. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Lessons learned from FP7 proposals and projects</p><p>SMI2G 2014Andrea NowakDeputy Head of Department Safety&amp;SecurityAIT - Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH23 January 2014, BrusselsV1.1</p><p>*23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>23.01.2014Austrian Industry~1000 EmployeesBudget: 120 Mio Business Model: 40:30:30Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology 50,46%Federation of Austrian Industries 49,54%*</p></li><li><p>2010-2013AIT/DSS successful positioning within European and National Security Research Community</p><p>EU FP7 Security Research Program23.01.2014AIT successful cooperative R&amp;D projects: 12 Mio Euro*</p></li><li><p>*Do the right things do the things right! 2009 2010 Cultural Change Program (1)Innovation Management to foster innovation, overcome silos and enabling high quality delivery*23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>2009 2010 Cultural Change Program (2)Stage Gate - Process*creativity - transparency - focus - cooperation research is predictable and assessable by promoting creativity and taking risk *23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>Strategy Development (1)</p><p>Top-Down:Global organization- und strategic orientations of the departmentsFive Department and there domainsDefined commitments and goalsFinancial 40:30:30Scientific: Numbers of publications, patentsResources: Growth rateCarrier model for our employersExternal Evaluation process every year</p><p>Buttom-up:Development of the department Strategy this was our freedomEnormous communication and discussion effort Making ALL employees aware of the strategyFocus activities on the defined Research Areas and Research FieldsEmpowerment of our staff *23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>From key scientific competences to focused applied research</p><p>Focus in 3 Research Areas </p><p>Strategy Development (2) Highest System ReliabilityAssessment and Testing of Autonomous and Safety-Critical SystemsLarge Scale Networked SystemsSecure Information Access in Distributed Systems Next-Gen. Content Management SystemsAdvanced Applications in Sensor NetworksSurveillance &amp; ProtectionMulti-Camera VisionHigh Speed ImagingSource: digitalbevaring.dk23.01.2014*</p></li><li><p>Strategy Development (3)</p><p>Scientific and Engineering skillDiversity in qualification</p><p>From strategy to focus = Building critical massPhysicist200+ Experts (FTE)1/3 Scientists2/3 Engineers36% PhD2/3 of new employees with international educationComputer ScientistElectro Technical EngineersMedical Computer ScientistMathematician23.01.2014*</p></li><li><p>DSS Applied R&amp;D Methodology = our market USP*23.01.2014Strategy Development (4) Phase 1Phase 2Phase 3Strategy 2017</p></li><li><p>Research &amp; Business Approach Applied Research - AIT Security Eco-system23.01.2014*</p></li><li><p>Door opener for our international cooperation'sNational research programs KIRAS national security research programICT of the Future Take off.</p><p>International Networks: European research communityEUROTECHIMG-SPSCEARTEMISCOSTDoman specific networksTeleTrustFRONTEXEnisa</p><p>*23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>Automated Border Control Programme Roadmap Strategy*2009201120132015Example (1)</p></li><li><p>Cyber Defense Programme Roadmap StrategyExample (2)23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>Overview of successful projects - Call 6 (1) *TopicCoordinatorAkronymSEC-2013.2.2-3 Protection of smart energy grids against cyber attacksAITSPARKSSEC-2013.2.5-3 Pan European detection and management of incidents/attacks on critical infrastructures in sectors other than the ICT sectorTechniconECOSSIANSEC-2013.2.5-4 Protection systems for utility networksAITHyRiMICT-SecurityTopicCoordinatorAkronymSEC-2013.2.2-1 A research agenda for security issues on land transport FhGIMLCARONTESEC-2013.3.2-3 Mobile equipment at the land border crossing points AITMobilePassObject and Personel SecurityICT-Security</p></li><li><p>Overview of AIT/DSS projects FP7 Call 6 (2) *TopicCoordinatorAkronymSEC-2013.4.1-1 Phase II demonstration programme on aftermath crisis managementAtosDRIVERSEC-2013.5.1-1 Analysis and identification of security systems and data set used by first responders and police authoritiesAITEPISECC</p><p>SEC-2013.5.3-1 Definition of interoperability specifications for information and meta-data exchange amongst C2-Sense sensors and control systemsSagem Defense SecuriteCrisis and Disaster Management23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>Lessens Learned (1)Comments of my colleaguesMarkus:Timely and structure approach to complete the proposal Amicably relations within a strong consortium Support and knowledge of colleagues within AIT and their enthusiasm Support of the AIT management to allow for a maximum of flexibility in working on creative scientific contributions </p><p>Florian:Idea of ECOSSIAN is right on time to support these initiatives.The consortium consists of an optimal mix of academics/research, industrial partners and national bodies. All work package leaders have plenty of experience in EU projects, know how to approach goals, and are professional and reliable partners. This helped a lot in the proposal preparation phase.*23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>Lessens Learned (2)Comments of my colleaguesPaul:A strong consortium, which was appreciated by the reviewers. The users group, that we prepared was a strong point that helpedInternally, we were well prepared from a content perspectiveThe proposers day turned out to be surprisingly useful, i.e., via discussions with the PO, to read between the lines of the proposal text, As an institution, I think we were well-placed to coordinate the proposal from a content perspective, i.e., with the three departments taking partI think we built on previous successes, e.g., with SECCRIT in last Security call</p><p>*23.01.2014</p></li><li><p>Summary of Lesson Learned *23.01.2014</p><p>*Leading R&amp;D organisation within the KIRAS programmeWhat happens between 2009 and 2013? Change ProcessStrategy DevelopmentTo pool strengths and competences: building a critical massApplied R&amp;D MethodologyEstablishing of networksClose Strategic Stakeholder cooperationsEstablishing cooperation with research community and industry Human ressoucesTrust in staff</p><p>*Implementation of a leading edge innovation process to foster innovative capabilities of the department</p><p>Ideas lead to a formal process Stage gate</p><p>The implementation of a leading edge innovation process, such as the Department ProjectLife Cycle Process (Department-PLP), has the following objectives: Achieves transparency; Guarantees compliance with deadlines and quality of deliverables; Ensures the implementation of the strategy; Enables effective resource and skill management; Enables monitoring and guarantees sustainability of work progress; Presents a fundamental basis for feedback/learning processes and evaluations lateron; Acts as a starting point and pulse generator for attendant processes likecommunication, marketing or partner management; Identifies synergy potentials with the Department; Enables strategic resource planning at an early stage of the process; Allows for priority setting and ensuring Department Portfolio Balance; Supports asset roadmap planning; Safeguards high quality standards for cooperation with industrial partners.</p><p>These processes support the coordination of activities and discussions between the various developers and marketing and sales, with the innovation process, from the early stage of idea generation to final outcomes (such as reports, patent descriptions, creation of industrial prototypes, etc.) are employed. So it is possible to increase the efficiency of internal work performance and to ensure the quality of the research results at a high level.</p><p>*Effective communication, processes and tools to manage the complexity of a huge number of projectsTrust and empowerment of the staff Enabling of creativityHigh transparency Brought competence skills Technology building blocks available Quality control in R&amp;D</p><p>Gate 0: Verify the idea The idea is the beginning of any innovation process. Basically, every employee, every innovation researchers and managers will be asked within the Department to formulate his ideas for potential research projects. These "ideas" are using certain methods and tools (2.0 communication tools, workshops, etc. based on Web) collected. In a further step, it is on the basis of expertise and available resources, these ideas to check formally and systematically, and to bring it into line with the strategic objectives of the Department. The results will form the basis for sharing with Gate 1</p><p>G1: Review the basic feasibility and usefulness; ie strategy of conformity Result = release for detail concept</p><p>G2: Evaluation of the final detail concept entire implementation concept and the implementation plan = Earnings Release for project implementation</p><p>gate 3 Examination of the completion of the project objectives Result = Enable for recovery, start the feedback process</p><p>Gate 4Based on the information collected from gate 1,2,3 a well-structured feedback process can be set up. These lessons learned then act as the basis of an ongoing learning process and establish effective management knowledge within the department.</p><p>*Within the IVS Area we target three major fields of safety and security related applications.</p><p>Our Research Programmes address the key challenges presented by these application fields, as I will illustrate on the following slides.*To complete scientific results : phase 3</p><p>Pase 2:New exploitation strategy and stakeholder partnershipsPositioning within the international research communityCooperation with other AIT departments for critical massDomain Expertise in selected areas and trusted partner</p><p>Pase 3Scientific excellence &amp; int. technology leadership in selected areasfrom projects to systems - establishing mid &amp; long term cooperations with research community and industry</p><p>***</p></li></ul>

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