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eu strategies and funding for the ict an overview of the european programmes

EU Strategies and funding for the ICT - an overview ofthe European programmes

Interreg IIIC Project BRISE - International Conference “i2010 Lab - A Practical Guide to EU Information Society”

eu strategies and funding for the ict an overview of the european programmes1

EU Strategies and funding for the ICT - an overview ofthe European programmes

Sofie Nørager

Directorate General Information Society and Media (DG INFSO)

European Commission

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

overview of presentation
Overview of presentation
  • ICT theme under the Cooperation programme in FP7
    • Work programme & Calls in 2007
  • IST Policy Support Programme in the CIP
    • Work programme 2007
  • Risk Sharing Finance Facility (RSFF)
    • New FP7 instrument

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

fp7 ict work programme

FP7 ICT Work Programme

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

fp7 programme
FP7 programme
  • Cooperation
    • ICT 9.1 billion € 2007-13
  • Capacities
    • 1.7 b€ Research infrastructures  0.57 b€ ICT based e-infrastructures: use of ICT based infrastructures in support of a new scientific process
  • Ideas
  • People

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

ict work programme approach and structure
ICT Work Programme approach and structure
  • ICT theme focuses on a limited set of Challenges that
    • respond to well-identified industry and technology needs

and/or

    • target specific socio-economic goals
  • A Challenge is addressed through a limited set of Objectives that form the basis of Calls for Proposals
  • An Objective is described in terms of
    • target outcome
    • expected impact on industrial competitiveness, societal goals,..
    • funding schemes
  • A total of 25 Objectives expressed within 7 Challenges

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

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Work Programme 2007 Challenges

Socio-economic goals

4. Digital libraries and content

5. ICT for health

6. ICT for mobility & sustainable growth

7. ICT for independent living and inclusion

1. Network and

service

infrastructures

2. Cognitive systems,

interaction, robotics

Future and Emerging

Technologies (FET)

Industry/Tech needs

3. Components, systems,

engineering

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

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Challenge 1: Pervasive and trusted network & service infrastructures

  • Network and service infrastructures underpin economic progress and the development of our societies
    • 2 billion mobile terminals in commercial operation, 1 billion Internet users, 400 million internet enabled devices
  • A growing and changing demand
    • for increasing user control of content/services for networking ‘things’ - TV/PC/phone/sensors/tags …for convergence: networks|devices|services - video/audio/data/voice/.
  • Current technologies can be, and need to be improved significantly
    • for scaling up and more flexibility for better security, dependability and robustnessfor higher performance and more functionality
  • Europe is well-positioned: industry, technology and use

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

challenge 2 cognitive systems robotics and interaction
Challenge 2: Cognitive systems, robotics and interaction
  • Today’s ICT systems cannot learn from experience and reason, cannot contextualise and adapt, and cannot (inter)act based on observation and learning
    • many ICT applications cannot be developed further if there are no new breakthroughs in machine intelligence and systems engineering …
  • Overcoming such technology roadblocks opens the doors to a wide range of opportunities in new application fields
    • vision/sensing systems, service robots, health robots, industrial robots, multimodal and multilingual interactions ...
  • Europe has key assets to build on
    • world leadership in industrial robotics and systems engineering
    • mastering of multiple disciplines: neuroscience, microsystems …
    • excellent academic research in these fields

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

challenge 3 components systems engineering
Challenge 3: Components, systems, engineering
  • Electronic systems underpin trillion Euro ICT markets
  • Electronic systems are embedded in all artefacts of life
    • 20-40% of the value of new products comes from embedded electronics
    • increasing demand for lower cost, higher performance components
  • Europe is currently leading in embedded electronics in a number of industries
    • car safety, engine control, fly-by-wire avionics, telecom equipment, medical equipment, industrial automation …
  • European firms also among top semiconductor manufacturers and equipment companies
  • Europe enjoys leading positions in emerging fields
    • photonics, plastic electronics, flexible displays, integrated micro/nanosystems …

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

challenge 4 digital libraries and content
Challenge 4: Digital libraries and content
  • Growing load of information and content and increasing demands for knowledge and skills
    • in less than 10 years, the average person will be managing terabytes of videos, music, photos, and documents every day
    • digital content production | consumption: from “few-to-many” to “many-to-many” models
  • Today’s technology provides limited tools for access/interaction, development/creation, delivery/diffusion and preservation of content & knowledge
  • Europe, with its unique cultural heritage and creative potential, is well placed to take advantage of technology developments and their use

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

challenge 5 towards s ustainable and personalised healthcare
Challenge 5: Towards sustainable and personalised healthcare
  • Rising demands on healthcare
    • by 2050 close to 40% of the Union’s population will be over 65 years
    • growing expectations of citizens for better care
    • increasing mobility of patients and health professionals
    • need to respond to risks for emerging diseases
  • By 2010, ICT for Health spending may account for up to 5% of the EU’s total health budget, up from just 1% in 2000
    • need to access, understand and securely manage huge amounts of health information
  • ICT is also supporting progress in medical research and a shift towards evidence-based medicine
  • European businesses have every opportunity to become leading global players in the new ICT for Health industry

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

challenge 6 ict for mobility environmental sustainability and energy efficiency
Challenge 6: ICT for Mobility, environmental sustainability and energy efficiency
  • Growing demand for transport services
    • more congestion, higher energy consumption, pollutant emissions
  • Accidents causing fatalities and injuries
    • over 40.000 fatalities on the EU roads every year
  • Increasing demand for natural resources
    • 1-2% per year for energy and growing water consumption
  • Natural and industrial disasters has doubled in one decade
    • killing 500.000 people and causing 700 billion of damage
  • Europe’s industry is one of the most competitive
    • automotive, transportation, civil protection, equipment supply …

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

challenge 7 ict for independent living and inclusion
Challenge 7: ICT for Independent Living and Inclusion
  • Between 1998 and 2025 the proportion of the population classified as elderly will increase from 20% to 28%
    • more people with high disability rates
    • smaller productive workforce
  • Need for a paradigm shift in health and social careand new requirements for inclusion, accessability and usability
  • Complexity and lack of accessibility and usability of many ICT-based products and services is a major barrier for many people
  • A major economic opportunity for European industry

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

future and emerging technologies
Future and Emerging Technologies

Objective

  • Lay foundations of the ICT innovations of tomorrow
  • Foster trans-disciplinary research excellence in emerging ICT-related research domains
  • Help emerging research communities to organise and structure their research agenda
  • Avoid ‘tunnel vision’ in FP7, by exploring unconventional ‘minority’ options and opportunities off the beaten track

FET Open Scheme

  • Open Call for continuous submissions
  • Open to any foundational ICT-related research of High-risk / high-potential impact

FET Pro-active Initiatives

  • Fundamental cross-cutting long-term challenges in ICT
  • ICT Call 3

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

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Horizontal support actions

  • International cooperation
    • To pave the way for strategic partnerships in view of developing global standards and interoperable solutions and strengthening EU competitiveness
    • To widen the diffusion of the information society, especially in developing countries and strengthened the EU policy for development
  • Trans-national co-operation among National Contact Points
    • One proposal including officially appointed NCPs
    • To improve NCP service across Europe
    • To help to simplify access to FP7 calls
    • To lower the entry barriers for newcomers
    • To raise the quality of submitted proposals

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

ict call 2 open june 2007 close 9 oct 2007
ICT Call 2 – Open: June 2007 Close: 9 Oct 2007

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

Note: Total amounts to be confirmed after a new financing decision for the 2008 budget

ict call 3 open 4 dec 2007 close 8 april 2008
ICT Call 3 – Open: 4 Dec 2007 Close: 8 April 2008

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

Note: Total amounts to be confirmed after a new financing decision for the 2008 budget

Note: Budget figures to be confirmed after adoption of 2008 budget

ict policy support programme cip

ICT Policy Support Programme(CIP)

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

competitiveness innovation programme cip
Competitiveness & InnovationProgramme (CIP)

Competitiveness & Innovation Programme (CIP)

  • a new programme to boost growth and jobs in Europe
  • budget ~3.6B€ (2007-2013) focused in three areas

ICT PolicySupport

~730 M€

Intelligent EnergyEurope

~730 M€

Entrepreneurship& Innovation

~2,170 M€(incl € 430 eco-innovation)

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

ict policy support objectives

i2010 initiative

ICT PSP in the CIP

  • Framework for EU Information Society and Media policies with three priorities
    • Completing the Single European Information Space
    • Strengthening innovation and investment in research
    • Achieving an Inclusive European Information society
  • Aims at accelerating the development ofa sustainable, competitive, innovative & inclusive Information Society by:
  • developing the single information space
  • ensuring wider uptake & better use of ICT
  • enabling an inclusive Information Society
ICT Policy Support objectives

POLICY FRAMEWORK

ICTPSP: a financial instrument supporting Policy through:

  • Pilot projects &Thematic networks (including best practice actions)
  • Policy analyses, development & coordination with participating countries
  • Promotion, communication, information sharing & dissemination

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

ictpsp implementation

Details defined inthe workprogramme

Details defined inthe tender packs

ICTPSP Implementation

Calls for Proposals

  • Pilots (two types)
    • Type A, building on MS initiatives:
    • Type B, stimulating new actions:
  • Thematic Networks

Service pilots with interoperability as main theme aiming to demonstrate a federated solution and borderless operation of national systems.

A first implementation of an ICT based innovative service carried out under realistic conditions.

Good practices exchange by relevant stakeholders, development of new policy implementation schemes, pilot preparations

Calls for Tender

  • Benchmarking, studies, conferences/events, etc

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

2007 ictpsp call calendar
2007 ICTPSP call calendar

Draft

Launching event – Info day 24 May 2007 in Brussels

Model Grant Agreement

Guide for Proposers

Call1 Open 23 May

Call1 Close 23 Oct

Evaluation

Negotiate

Contract

ICT PSP WP 2007 preparation

CIP adoption

Draft WP published

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Jan Feb Mar

Oct Nov Dec

2006

2007

2008

Website Launch ………………………………………………………………………………..

Open Call for Experts for evaluations………………………………………….

Calls for Tender

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

efficient and interoperable egovernment services 24 m
Efficient and interoperable eGovernment services (24 M€)

Draft

  • Enabling EU-wide public eProcurement(including virtual company dossier, eSignatures, eInvoicing, eCatalogue)
  • Towards pan-European recognition of electronic ID’s (eID’s)(cross-border recognition & enabled service actions for citizens & businesses)

Supported through Pilot A

  • Secure, authenticated electronic documents & archives
  • Supporting accessibility & inclusiveness
  • Efficient social services through holistic service delivery

Supported through Pilot B

  • Local and regional eParticipation
  • Impact and user satisfaction
  • Brokering pan-European eGovernment solutions and services online

Supported through Thematic Networks

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

ict for accessibility ageing and social integration 15 m
ICT for accessibility, ageing and social integration (15 M€)

Draft

  • Accessible digital Audiovisual Systems
  • ICT for ageing well

Supported through Pilot B

  • Use of ICT to support active ageing at work
  • Use of ICT to foster social integration and cultural diversity
  • Inclusion as a mainstream for innovation in ICT (Socioeconomic role of eInclusion)

Supported through Thematic Networks

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

ict for sustainable and interoperable health services 12 m
ICT for sustainable and interoperable health services (12 M€)

Draft

  • EU wide implementation of eHealth services to support continuity of care: patient’s summary and ePrescription

Supported through Pilot A

  • Creating a European coordination network for eHealth Interoperability implementation (i.e. national competences centres)
  • Facilitating wider implementation of RFID applications to the health sector

Supported through Thematic Networks

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

other themes horizontal actions
Other themes & horizontal actions

Draft

Other themes (3 M€)

  • Initiatives for SMEs
  • Sustainable growth
  • Intelligent cars
  • Privacy protection infrastructures

Supported through Thematic Networks

Horizontal actions (11 M€)

  • Support for national institutes of statistics for benchmarking studies
  • 10 to 15 studies addressing the impact of the Information Society on various fields

Supported through Call for tenders

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference

background
Background
  • An innovative financing instrument, developed jointly by the EIB and the Commission to:
    • Foster increased investment in research by improving access to EIB finance and beyond, thus helping overcome market deficiency
    • Larger volume of lending for financing of riskier, but creditworthy research activities
    • Generate a leverage effect
    • Rely on the existing EIB facility: the Structured Finance Facility (SFF)
doing more with less the leverage effect
“Doing more with less”:the leverage effect

Matchingcontributions to “guarantee fund”

Provisioning and capital

Allocation representing

15% to 25% (average 20%)

of volume of

individual loan

Loans representing on averageone third of total costof financed research projects

FP7 Contribution: up to € 1 billion

EIB loans and

guaranties:

€ 8 to 12 billions

(average: 10)

Additional private investments in research:

€ 16 to 48 billions

(Average: 30)

X 4 to 6

(average: 5)

X 2

X 2 to 4

(average: 3)

EIB Contribution:

up to € 1 billion

a large spectrum of loans
A large spectrum of loans

For loans above EUR 7.5 million or total project cost above 15 million - direct involvement by the EIB

www.eib.org/rsff

RDI@eib.org

EIB

Borrower

For all loans where borrowers wish to work with their own banks,

in particular those of less than EUR 7.5 million - sharing of RSFF benefits

with intermediaries (e.g. through guarantees)

EIB

Intermediary

Guarantee

Borrower

www.eib.org/rsff

what and who can be financed
What and who can be financed
  • All creditworthy, legal entities, irrespective of size
      • SMEs and larger companies
      • Public and private research organisations (including universities) allowed to borrow
      • Joint legal entities set up by a consortium including Public-Private-Partnerships
  • RSFF can support R&D&I
      • Basic or Fundamental Research
      • Applied or Industrial Research
      • Experimental or Pre-competitive development
      • Definition stage or feasibility studies
      • Pilots and Demonstration activities.
  • Projects need to be technically, economically, financially and environmentally feasible according to the Bank’s project evaluation criteria.
  • Eligibility criteria
more information
More Information
  • FP7: http://ec.europa.eu/fp7/ict
  • ICT Policy Support Programme: http://ec.europa.eu/ict_psp
  • Entire CIP programme:

http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/enterprise_policy/cip/index_en.htm

  • RSFF: www.eib.org/rsff

Thank you

Treviso, May 22nd, BRISE Conference