04 Technopole Brest

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Published on November 14, 2007

Author: Heng

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Slide1:  PARIS Novembre 2007 Sino European forum Content:  Content I- The science park of Brest: Short history Missions and development strategies II-Collaborations with China: History and evolutions of the cooperation models Results and potential impacts III- Conclusions and discussions: What could still be improved Slide3:  A maritime city at the western coasts of Brittany Slide4:  A center of expertise for technology transfer at the crossroad of Research, Higher Education and Business Slide5:  UN CENTRE MAJEUR D’INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIQUE Population on site 6500 • 75 SMEs 800 • Large companies 1800 • Recherchers 1600 • Students 2300 Brest main assets:  Brest main assets MARINE SCIENCES and TECHNOLOGY 60% of french marine research are located in Brest INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 45 % of French IT research is located in Brittany : Brest, Lannion et Rennes PRESENCE OF : Research/ Education Centers : University, , IFREMER, SHOM, GESMA, CETMEF, METEO France, IRD, CNEVA, CEDRE, CEDEM, IPEV National Institute of Telecom, National School of engineers , French Naval Academy Industry : THALES, VEOLIA, DCN, IXSEA, ECA, LITTORALIS , BOOST Technologies… ALCATEL, THOMSON, France Telecom, Autocruise, Antenne SA.. However, the situation in the 90’s::  However, the situation in the 90’s: Decrease of traditional economy: Military and shipping industries Fisheries Globalisation phenomena: increased worldwide competition Fast decrease of environmental quality: Pollution from the ocean: oil spills Pollution from the river basins How creating a new maritime economy, sustainable, from a better competitiveness and local innovation capacities? Creation of the science park: goal:  Creation of the science park: goal To develop new economies from innovation Create innovation: To detect opportunities: market and technological trends To improve the exploitation of research capacities Develop economy : be competitive Cooperation: between science and industry, local governements Federation: of competences in thematic groups (clusters) Valorisation: of research results in commercial products and services International cooperation: because science is global To promote our competencies, search for complementary knowledge and partners Mission: design new opportunities:  Mission: design new opportunities Marine science and technology ICT Life sciences To create clusters phenomena on fields of high economic interest: First field of competencies: ICT:  First field of competencies: ICT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 45 % of French IT research is located in Brittany Imagery High quality imagery : TVHD and media applications ( home cinema, e-cinema, ….) Virtual reality : games and professional applications (medicine, civil protection,industry), Digital libraries: for tourism, promotion and culture Network technolgies: Wireless networks Optical networks (high speed) ITS ( Intelligent transport systems) Urban trafic management Personal mobility Maritime and multi-modal transport systems First field of competencies: ICT:  First field of competencies: ICT Result: Several thematic clusters Antennas, radars, acoustic, photonic, radio transmissions, imagery, video. People: Several world wide recognitions. A pole of competitiveness: « Image and networks » A label and a work program Slide13:  Media & Networks cluster Combing competencies to reduce R&D efforts and improve commercial competitiveness 2nd field of competencies: marine science and technology:  2nd field of competencies: marine science and technology 60% of french marine research located in Brest Marine safety and security Coastal zone management Naval engineering, maintenance and services Marine energy -offshore Fishing and marine biotechnology Haliod: a large federative program Haliodstar: a major result:  Haliod: a large federative program Haliodstar: a major result Pre-lay survey TDP monitoring Post-lay survey Second example of collaboration: science &policy:  Shellfish farming Second example of collaboration: science &policy Hand fishing Status in the 90’s: Decrease of marine resources Heavy losses in shellfish production centers Reduction of stocks and economic difficulties for fisheries Actions: Cooperation between experts and local governments A joint work to define a « sustainable development policy » Exchanges with the network of European port cities International cooperation: China (SOA) South America , Guyane Vietnam Slide17:  Brest "Contract of Bay" A global approach for water quality restoration and management Qingdao – may 9, 2006 Public-private cooperation example : Water Quality Management : the “Bay Contract”:  Public-private cooperation example : Water Quality Management : the “Bay Contract” The « bay contract » is a global environmental program , leaded in cooperation between research-industries & local authorities, to restore and to manage water quality over a coastal zone and the catchments basin. Slide19:  Courtesy of French Naval Academy Third example: Maritime transport A worldwide challenge: security & economy Slide20:  Brest: a particular context Cross point of intense maritime routes and dangerous navigation areas Several environmental and human catastrophes during past years: Amoco Cadiz (1978), Tanio (1980), Erika (1999), Prestige (2002) Result: Shipping accidents are part of collective memory CEDRE: created after Amoco Cadiz disaster to improve prevention and responses to accidents Maritime safety is a hot topic implying local authorities, public and private actors International context:  International context Maritime safety: a global, worldwide problem Increase of international trades between continents A growing place of maritime transport in international trades Result: an increase of maritime risks: shipping accidents and terrorism Cost efficiency of maritime transport: a global, worldwide challenge A growing place of maritime transport in global economy Cost efficiency of transport becomes one important component of worldwide economy Technologies are the basis of modern logistics and transport management chains New technologies: a promising mean to reach both goals and a promising business Slide22:  Integration of security, safety, transport efficiency issues A local and international cooperation program::  A local and international cooperation program: MITS and Galileo for safer & cleaner seas:  MITS and Galileo for safer & cleaner seas A seminar organized during Sea Tech Week (Brest, October 2006) Between European and Asian Stakeholders: SOA (State Ocean Academy of China), FIO, Shanghai Maritime University (MOC and IMO), A*STAR ( Singapore), NICT ( Japan), European Commission Public and private R&D centers: from Europe and Asia: Thales, French naval academy, French telecommunication school (ENST Bretagne), CEDRE( European centre of pollution management) , I2R(Sn), SMU (Cn), CAS (Cn), NICT… Interest communities: network of maritime regions, port authorities, maritime interest community (AMRIE), Business and Innovation Network (EBN) To consolidate the vision of an international initiative & define main priorities Conclusion part I::  Conclusion part I: Science park: a bridge between people between past & future Part II: International cooperation:  Part II: International cooperation CHINA Brest a strong international policy:  Brest a strong international policy Brest is a maritime city, isolated from main European decision centers It developed itself through cooperation with harbor cities all over the world (main harbors of the French Navy, explorations, shipping, scientific and commercial cooperation) Result : an important network of harbor cities : Twin cities : Plymouth, Kiel, Tarente, Cadiz, Constanza (Romania), Béjaia (Algeria), Qingdao (China), Yokosuka (Japon), Economical and scientific missions : Tokyo, Yokosuka (Japon), New Orleans, Muscat (Sultanate of Oman), Boston, Lisbon, Singapore, Durban (South Africa), Beirut, Guandzhou, Qingdao, Shanghai (China), Valparaiso, Saint Petersburg, Alger. Cooperation within Europe:  Cooperation within Europe Active contribution to ICT development policies: wireless networks, complex systems, robotics, virtual reality, IPV6.. Active contribution to the set up of a new maritime policy: based on sustainable development principles Environmental protection: water quality, resources, lands and fisheries Maritime transportation: safety and cost efficiency Pollutions Fisheries management European projects : Intermare C : Interregional maritime cluster to define new development strategies and boost innovation in key market sectors MAPO (Marine Pollution) : 10 countries project aiming at pushing SME's to enter marine pollution prevention and fighting projects supported by EU IMAPS (Integrated Management of Risks and Environment in Port cities) 6 harbor cities sharing know-how and expertise IROBS: intelligence in robotics… MITS-Galileo in the maritime sector: submitted as a coordination action Europe –Asia International cooperation: Qingdao:  International cooperation: Qingdao History: Initiated in 90’s between the two regions Brittany and Shandong Common maritime character of the two cities Common problems and strategies Not at central geographical positions A decrease of traditional economies Similar environmental issues: water quality, pollutions, degradation of coastal zones Similar development capacities: universities, research institutes International cooperation: Brest - Qingdao:  International cooperation: Brest - Qingdao Along years: a mesh of collaborations: Academic: between the two universities : 100 students per year The university and the National School of telecom: 60 students per year Naval Academy, high school of commerce, school of engineers: about 15 Scientific: Biotechnology: between the two universities for joint research Oceanography: between IFREMER and FIO, Navigation: French Naval academy and marine institute Commercial: energy and water Sport: nautism Sustained by the local instutions & science parks: catalysts and facilitators International cooperation: Qingdao:  International cooperation: Qingdao In May 2005: A new model suggested to structure and amplify the collaboration For better lisibility, visibility and efficiency Clusters to clusters collaborations Sustained by intermediate organisations: science parks/ incubators: Identification of collaboration axis Interface with local governements Search for initial funding resources Organisation of collective and individual missions Study of cooperation frameworks (patents, Intellectuel Property, creation of JV.…) Promotion of the activities at national and international levels International cooperation: Qingdao:  International cooperation: Qingdao May 2005 – May 2006: Structuration work around key thematics of mutual interest Environment: water quality & pollutions, Resources: production/ exploitation…biotechnology Maritime navigation: techniques and services such as meteorology, navigation aid models.. Fundamental techniques: oceanography, instrumentation, autonomous underwater International cooperation: China:  International cooperation: China In May 2006: Official signature of the twinning between the two cities: Organisation of a first seminar « French-Chinese seminar on Maritime risks and environmental protection » To induce an exchange between institutions and scientists on complex challenges: Water quality and coastal zone management Maritime safety and impacts of accidents Marine resources: a new economy but threaten resources To extend the thematic collaboration to other Chinese groups: Shanghai and Guandzhou, Bejing. To start an exchange with national institutions: SOA, MOC /French embassy and minister of foreign affairs International cooperation: China:  International cooperation: China June 2006: co-organisation of the conference ITS-T in Chengdu More than 1000 attendees Key people from over the world: China, Korea, Singaore, Japan, US, Europe ( Fr, Ge, It, UK, Nl..) Presentation of cooperation programs: Galileo and its applications to the maritime sector Maritime transport technologies for maritime safety ITS for urban traffic management Towards an Euro-Asia cooperation framework in these fields International cooperation: China:  International cooperation: China Status after one year: cluster to cluster cooperations Marine S&T: Transportation: a French-Chinese R&D centre « ICT-Galileo and maritime safety», hosted by MSU in Shanghai Environment/oceanography: Sino-French cooperation centre in Mairne S&T ; hosted by FIO in Qingdao A joint pollution management centre: SOA and CEDRE; hosted by the SOA office of the North Sea Cooperation model discussed with SOA: water quality restoration program; coastal zone management; fisheries and ressources management. Biotechnologies: cf presentation of the « pole mer «  ICT: IPV6: Cooperation project (Europe-China) – France telecom, ENST, Alcatel, … HDTV: Hisense, Qingdao TV, French R&D and companies ITS and trafic management: CAS GIS centre (Guandzhou), ENST, French Naval Academy… International cooperation between maritime clusters: China :  International cooperation between maritime clusters: China China – Qingdao : Construction of a strong partnership : Agreement between Oceanic University of China and University of Western Brittanny since 2003, 60 students per year. MOU between the two science parks of Qingdao and Brest from 2004, Set up of the international Oceanic University Network in 2004, A cooperation centre in Marine Science and Technology: hosted by FIO (2006) A cooperation between SOA centre and CEDRE: management of pollutions (in progress) A cooperation agreement to develop nautical sports and meteorology (2006) China – Shanghai Long term scientific cooperation with Brest and French research centers A joint R&D center with Shanghai Maritime University: French-Chinese research institute for Maritime Safety: MITS and Galileo for maritime safety A cooperation agreement between TBI and the bureau of Science and Technology , Nanhui district China Extensions at national level: discussions with State Ocean Academy (SOA): Environmental Management International cooperation: China:  International cooperation: China November 2006: Presented to the Chinese symposium « development strategies and economy for marine science and technology » Shanghai November 2006 MOST, MOC, SOA, CAS, CAST, Chinese navy, FIO.. Many discussions around the model and starting point of further collaborations at national and European levels International cooperation: China:  International cooperation: China Next steps: ITS-T 07: June 07 – Sophia Antipolis Transport technologies, Galileo, Maritime transportation Chinese partners from Shanghai Bejing, Guandzhou, Qingdao… Safer Seas: 10-12 October 2007 - Brest International meeting point to exchange on policies, technologies, regulations: marine environment, maritime safety and transport, fisheries/marine resources, risks management Special focus on « Europe – Asia » Invited country: China Cooperation programs: MITS ICT Conclusion of these experiences::  Conclusion of these experiences: Efficiency of clusters to clusters cooperation: larger programs, of visible impacts, of national interest, reducing risks for PME. Targeted programs: long term cooperation frameworks, of mutual interest. Targeted partners: mutual confidence and common goals. Role of intermediate organizations: Identify key cooperation axis: Contribute to crystallize a panel of competencies, from public and private sectors, to respond to governmental concerns: ICT, environment, transport.. Preserve the mutual interest of each group and individuals, facilitate the funding of the actions. Organize workshops, periodic meeting…. FACILIATE THE CREATION OF COMMERCIAL COOPERATION All this requires a strong cooperation with governmental organisations: local, national and European… to define strategies, get support and funding. A lot of efforts on “high tech” but still many thematic unexplored! Slide40:  Welcome in Brest ! [email protected]

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