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FLC Northeast Conference September 10, 2014 NECEC Institute Cleantech Open NE & Fraunhofer CSE. Cleantech Navigate NE A Powerful and Connected Year-Round Regional Resource Network of Entrepreneurs & Supporters. Custom. Connected. Collaborative. Cleantech Open Northeast Accelerator.

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Flc northeast conference september 10 2014 necec institute cleantech open ne fraunhofer cse

FLC Northeast Conference

September 10, 2014

NECEC Institute

Cleantech Open NE

& Fraunhofer CSE


Flc northeast conference september 10 2014 necec institute cleantech open ne fraunhofer cse

Cleantech Navigate NEA Powerful and Connected Year-Round Regional Resource Network of Entrepreneurs & Supporters

Custom.

Connected.

Collaborative.


Cleantech open northeast accelerator

Cleantech Open Northeast Accelerator

  • 5 month program - events include:

  • Academy (entrepreneurship boot-camp)

  • Clinics (workshops & 1:1 coaching sessions)

  • Pitchfeedback sessions

  • Competition with $100,000 in prizes awarded

  • Investor / Corporate Networking


Navigate what do we do

Navigate: What do we do?

CommercializationToolkit

Quarterly Check-Ins, Year-Round Mentor and Resource Access

Investor/Corporate Connect, Showcases, Navigate Summits

CTO NE 


Flc northeast conference september 10 2014 necec institute cleantech open ne fraunhofer cse

Contract R&D for industry


Flc northeast conference september 10 2014 necec institute cleantech open ne fraunhofer cse

developed, demonstrated, or tested


Fraunhofer techbridge supporting early stage tech startups problem

Fraunhofer TechBridge: Supporting Early-stage Tech StartupsProblem:

Solution:

We scope and execute projects to develop or de-risk early-stage technologies using Fraunhofer expertise (e.g., prototyping, testing, modeling, demonstration, road-mapping).

Early-stage tech startups lack resources & expertise for prototyping, testing, piloting, etc. …

But investors & industry partners need technical validation to invest or partner.


Fraunhofer techbridge how it works

Fraunhofer TechBridge: How it Works

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  • Funding: We raise funds from external sources to perform work on behalf of startups. We take no equity or cash from the startups.

  • Selection & Evaluation: We request proposals from the startup community. Technologies are evaluated by the TechBridge team and Fraunhofer domain experts.

  • Technical Project Work: The TechBridge team works with technical group leads to develop targeted projects to develop or de-risk selected technologies. Reports are provided at project completion.

  • Intellectual Property (IP): Startups’ IP is fully protected. Startup has option to license any IP developed during a Fraunhofer project


Techbridge accelerates early stage technologies using applied r d resources expertise

TechBridge accelerates early-stage technologies using applied R&D resources & expertise

Distributed Electrical Energy Systems

Building Energy Efficiency

Photovoltaic Technologies

Lab partners

Fraunhofer CSE (Boston)

TechBridge:

Supporting early-stage tech companies through applied R&D


Questions for discussion

Questions for Discussion

Has your lab leveraged its unique capabilities to engage with emerging companies, if so, how?

Has your lab engaged in technology development partnerships or technology validation with other third parties? If so, how could you see your lab translating this process to work with emerging companies?

What would be your concerns about participating in a model like TechBridge to leverage your lab’s capabilities for technology validation and demonstration?


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