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Athens University of Economics & Business Presentation at EDUSAFE Meeting 7 June 2013. Ass. Prof. Katerina Pramatari e-mail: k.pramatari@aueb.gr. Athens University of Economics & Business (AUEB).

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athens university of economics business presentation at edusafe meeting 7 june 2013

Athens University of Economics & BusinessPresentation at EDUSAFE Meeting7 June 2013

Ass. Prof. Katerina Pramatari

e-mail: k.pramatari@aueb.gr

athens university of economics business aueb
Athens University of Economics & Business (AUEB)
  • AUEB is a distinguished public learning institution which is known for the excellence of its faculty, students and academic programmes
  • AUEB departments traditionally accept the candidates with the highest scores in the student entrance exams
  • The University offers undergraduate (B.A. or B.Sc.), graduate (M.Sc. or M.B.A.) and doctoral (Ph.D) degrees in 8 Departments:
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Informatics
  • International and European Economic Studies
  • Management Science and Technology
  • Marketing and Communication
  • Statistics
innovation entrepreneurship
Innovation & Entrepreneurship

6th International Student Competition on Digital Entrepreneurship, Innovation & e-Business

www.ennovation.eu

Youth Entrepreneurship Summer Program

aueb s role in edusafe
AUEB’s role in EDUSAFE
  • WP5 Leader: Technology assessment and Exploitation (RTD)
  • This WP studies how a technology prototype, in this case prepared for the CERN extreme environment:

a. can be transferred to other industry sectors, and

b. how to develop and introduce a planning tech-development strategy which incorporates possible technology transfer potential from the start

  • This requires a comprehensive understanding of the research that is being carried out and its adaptation potential, and an in-depth study of different extreme environments requirements and markets. This approach will result in a reduced development time of the technology for other markets, leading to a reduction in cost and lead-time
wp5 partner roles
WP5 Partner roles
  • NTUA will investigate user adaptation possibilities based on end-user requirements in planned/operational situations and emergencies.
  • AUEB will perform the technology assessment and analysis of safety platforms for other extreme environments, exploitation plan development, reverse engineering methodology for VR/AR development
  • CERN will provide the framework for market studies for end-users with extreme environments
  • PRI, CAN and NOCA will investigate possible future hardware and software developments for new markets (nuclear power plants, decommissioning and maintenance, emergency cases) related to extreme environments
wp5 deliverables
WP5 Deliverables
  • 5.1 Market study, tech assess. & initial business model M16
  • 5.2 Annual appraisal of research progress and training M18, 30, 42
  • 5.3 Technol. assessment & reverse engineering potential M30
  • 5.4 Business plan, Financial plan, IPR protection plan M42
  • 5.5 Market feedback on prototype and demonstration M48
  • 5.6 Presentation of Fellow’s research at end conference M48

WP5 Milestones

  • 26 Technology assessment and framework + market study completed M18, M30
  • 27 Reverse engineering methodology completed M30
  • 28 Local specific trainings completed M48
  • 29 Exploitation plan accepted by all partners M48
d 5 1 market study technology assessment and initial business model
D 5.1. Market Study, Technology Assessment and Initial Business Model
  • Methodological approach:
    • Conduct initial market study on the domain (M12)
    • Define the assessment framework and confirm it with the rest of the consortium (M12)
    • Initial application of the assessment framework (M18)
    • Final application of the assessment framework – Market feedback and demonstration (M30)
edusafe system functionality
EDUSAFE System/ Functionality

Supervision from distance – audiovisual communication

Ad-hoc question/ request and guidance

Integration with ERP systems for safety

Provide instructions for maintenance

… to be defined

service definition
Service Definition

Process

Customer Need

System/ Application

Service Concept

E.g. Equipment Maintenance, Warehouse management, …

identification of potential markets
Identification of Potential Markets

Service Concept

Equipment Maintenance

Warehouse management

Data-center management

Aerospace Transportation/ logistics …

Different Industry Sectors

market study market opportunity assessment
Market Study:Market Opportunity Assessment
  • Service Concept + Industry Sector
  • Estimate market size
  • Assess business need (qualitatively and, if possible, quantitatively)
  • Competition analysis

_____ Market Opportunity Assessment & Focus Areas _____

  • Define potential income streams
  • Define cost structures
  • Initial business model definition
technology assessment
Technology Assessment
  • Different assessment perspectives:
    • Technical
    • Financial and R.O.I.
    • Organizational
    • User acceptance
    • Operational/ Safety
  • Define and agree on the assessment framework and methodology
  • Ultimate objective: to assess and, if possible, quantify benefits
reverse engineering approach
Reverse Engineering Approach
  • Define scope of reverse engineering (M12)
  • Identify areas of interest and further exploitation in other domains (M18)
  • Define reverse engineering methodology (M18)
  • Apply reverse engineering methodology (M24)
  • Refinement and final validation of the reverse engineering methodology (M30)
training activities
Training activities
  • Collect proposed training activities and workshops per partner
  • Define a project-wide training program and communicate it to the whole consortium to extend collaboration and networking
  • Develop a training evaluation framework and monitoring procedure
  • Conduct local specific trainings
  • Annual appraisal of research progress and training
  • Identify opportunities for joint publications and presentations at Conferences
exploitation plan
Exploitation plan
  • Propose and agree with the rest of the partners an exploitation plan framework
  • Request input from each partner on their potential exploitation interests and individual exploitation plans
  • Coordinate discussions on the overall exploitation strategy
  • Compile Business plan, Financial plan, IPR protection plan