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12-02-2013 חדשנות מדעית וטכנולוגית

Re-engaging Israel's Engines of innovation
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Transcript of 12-02-2013 חדשנות מדעית וטכנולוגית

Informal cross-systemic vision Immense investment in R&D The accidental meets creative planning Scurity R&D Spillover GOV. policy: Natural Cluster back to the great leapfrog: Israel's unique model: The Start-Up Nation is Self-Sustainable! Innovation is based on
“Natural” cultural resource Neutral activism The necessity: to duplicate rather then re-examine R&D: Let the Market Lead Exit driven market many start ups,
not so many big companies the self-perception
of the Gov from initiating "Tnufa" "Yozma" to responding Adopting the ROI logic: turning the Gov. to just another the VC fund Forfeiting the added value of the gov. asset Subordinating policy to the
quantitative measures Losing the ability to support
what is not measurable a leading israeli asset in the global market Long-time global advantage Rare access to major markets Developed private sector Can such advantage be lost? lONG-TERM stamina? NATIONAL LABS BIG
COMPANIES GOV. R&D
FUNDING PRIVATIZATION EXIT STRATEGY MNCs long tail str. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Unique 1st Gen.
R&D model unkowns 20th century vision: The trip to the moon knowns known spillover End of 20th century vision: Silicon Valey knowns uknowns spillover The Need for a vision knowns Wanted unkowns cluster Growth Engine solutions for local problems early developers A matter of National security We could become just another country Gov. visible hand Towards a new strategy The Governmental Mindset Serial Entrepreneurs An unprecedented global challenge to the Israeli model Incremental 'puzzle-solving' Innovators inside the system Away from other societal & global needs Human resource Limited R&D space ICT focus Narrow & Homogeneous Elite Industrial focus knowledge first, innovation (much) later Israeli technological serving elite Narrow innovation Technological statecraft from a start up nation to a sustainable innovation pre-seed technology advanced sensoring assigning tech context why Technological Innovation? From a start-up nation
to sustainable innovation
policy Natural
conditions Human variety Security challenges Lack of natural resources Size advantage short history of
ISRAELI TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION 2005' 1948 Technology as a natural
solution to necessity Random
Factors Governmental
policy Traditional fields (ICT)
software and hardware Business sector structure Is the Start Up Nation
sustainable? We cannot compete with quantity Necessity Diversity knowledge Innovation generators From internal needs to export orientation Erosion in Governmental R&D expenditure WHO will lead the new strategy? Utilizing Change in the nature of innovation Innovation knowledge Israel Business sector High-tech sector High-Tech employees percent from over all employees in the business sector in Israel Homogeneous Elite Early stages The Start Up Nation Early Developers Human diversity Security challenges Lack of natural resources 75% of r&d workers are men leaning on VC funding Open source network
of communal technological spaces Investing less on long term generic R&D * OCS 2011 annual report * CSO 2011 annual report Cross systemic Effort Knowledge
& Education Leadership necessity Chinese R&D expenditure in 2011: 139.7 billion $ Chinese engineers per year: 644,000 2012' 2025' Diversity convergence 21st century: a vision for synergystic leaps knowns Wanted unkowns Bussines visible hand Govmnt "pushing hand" paradigm shift: who's in charge of the vision? 1985' Will Israel be able to stay ahead of the global curve of innovation ? *Source: WIPO Statistics Database, december 2011 , and OECD stats database "Tnufa" "Yozma" knowledge and leadership necessity Diversity Entrepreneurship convergence Expanding technological literacy Singularity University Expanding technological literacy Technological statecrafters Assigning new visions re-connecting the local and the global Regulation incentives
and a network of
cummunal technological spaces open source Reconnecting local and global “The start-up nation”
Israel as global brand Technology as a response Israel Innovation New Vision
A country that is a source of innovation created from anywhere, and based on integrated environments, engaging with diverse People - which represent geographical, cultural, knowledge Diversity, and the multiple challenges that continue to impact humanity. supporting environment
for innovation Israel 15 vision Israel Technological innovation successes as is due to cultural and social comparative advantage The OCS, (founded in 1971), responsible for most of the government investments in R&D Becoming one of the fifteen leading countries in the world in terms of 'Quality of Life'. open source life long Learning
& Innovating E-learning CNC Local Production LASER CUTTER Do It Yourself Manufacturing Revolution Local production Sharing Continuous
improvement Custom Design Open Source Technological Revolution Difficult to grow large companies Focusing on short-term R&D Focus on Western markets A unique asset Socio-Economic Leapfrogging * OCS 2011 annual report Innovation All Around and All Year Round Broadening the
base of innovation More
People & Communities More
Institutes & Business Multiple
Challenges & Assets Fluidity Regulation Initial
conditions Dealing with
bottlenecks Stimulating
entrepreneurs Civil society Entrepreneurs Rapid Growth Sustainability Inclusiveness utilizing Israel's
Engines of innovation Wanted Could the Hi-Tech turn to diamonds? Israel 15 Vision Forthcoming
Technological revolution assembly lines =>
Local Digital production People => Machines 1st Industrial Revolution Machines =>assembly lines 2st Industrial Revolution Wanted Old Strategy New Strategy The need for a vision Principles for the new strategy Israel is ahead of the global curve of scientific & technological innovation. Spillover and talent
from IDF and defense industry Technology as a
natural resource Natural cluster -advantage
of (small) size HR - Aliya and
Tech education So it has to be quality Indian engineers per year: 350,000 Business Sector Academia & Education Governmental influence What the future hold? by the community for the community A network of open source communal technological spaces open source
Innovations Challenges Needs Responses Ideas scalable Government expenditure on business R&D as a percent of total business R&D expenditures knowns uknowns spillover The Need for a vision knowns Wanted unkowns cluster Towards a new strategy Serial Entrepreneurs Incremental 'puzzle-solving' Innovators inside the system Israeli technological serving elite Technological statecraft WHO will lead the new strategy? Utilizing Change in the nature of innovation Innovation knowledge Cross systemic Effort global sensoring Leadership necessity Diversity convergence Israel Innovation New Vision
A country that is a source of innovation created from anywhere, and based on integrated environments, engaging with diverse People - which represent geographical, cultural, knowledge Diversity, and the multiple challenges that continue to impact humanity. Holding environment
for innovation open source life long Learning
& Innovating E-learning CNC Local Production LASER CUTTER Do It Yourself
Manufacturing Revolution Local production Sharing Continuous
improvement Custom Design Open Source Technological Revolution Innovation All Around and All Year Round Broadening the
base of innovation More
People & Communities Innovation
receptive society Multiple
Challenges & Assets Life long leaning Regulation Stimulating
entrepreneurs Civil society Entrepreneurs utilizing Israel's
Engines of innovation Wanted Forthcoming
Technological revolution assembly lines =>
Local Digital production People => Machines 1st Industrial Revolution Machines =>assembly lines 2st Industrial Revolution Wanted The need for a vision Principles for the new strategy Israel is ahead of the global curve of scientific & technological innovation. Business Sector Academia & Education Governmental influence What the future hold? by the community for the community A network of open source communal technological spaces open source Challenges Needs Responses Ideas scalable Budget for permission to commit Of the OCS; In NIS millions; In 2011 Prices. Generic R&D (Magnet program), 15.8% Competitive R&D 84.2% Dealing with
bottlenecks Israel challenge The age of information change open source life long Learning
& Innovating E-learning Do It Yourself Manufacturing Revolution Technological Revolution Forthcoming
Technological revolution assembly lines =>
Local Digital production People => Machines 1st Industrial Revolution Machines =>assembly lines 2st Industrial Revolution
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