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Innovation & Standardization Policy Management

ITU Workshop on “ICT Innovations in Emerging Countries” (New Delhi, India, 14 March 2013). Innovation & Standardization Policy Management. Dr Rekha Jain Executive Chair IIMA Idea Telecom Centre of Excellence (IITCOE) Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad India. Innovation Policies.

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Innovation & Standardization Policy Management

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  1. ITU Workshop on “ICT Innovations in Emerging Countries” (New Delhi, India, 14 March 2013) Innovation & Standardization Policy Management Dr Rekha Jain Executive Chair IIMA Idea Telecom Centre of Excellence (IITCOE) Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad India

  2. Innovation Policies

  3. Key Aspects of the ICT Ecosystem Core (ICT) • Handset/devices • Network Applications, Content and Platforms • System Software • Domain Specific Competencies Role of Adjacent Industries (healthcare, education, payment systems, transportation)

  4. Developing an Innovation Ecosystem Role of Standardization • Increasing need for interoperability • Role of Emerging Economies: • EU ICT for Health standardization (EU cross border data and info exchange, ageing population, disease profile in emerging economies, need to interface citizen data with benefits)

  5. Developing an Innovation Ecosystem (Contd..) Standards Development Organizations • Core (ICT) • Handset/devices • Network

  6. What has been done so far in India? Innovation Telecom Fund (Telecom Entrepreneurship R&D and Manufacturing Promotion Fund – Rs 17500 Cr) Telecom Entrepreneurship Promotion Fund (TEPF) – (Rs 2,500 Cr) Telecom Research Development Fund (TRDF) - (Rs 5,000 Cr) Telecom Manufacturing Promotion Fund (TMP) - (Rs 10,000 Cr)

  7. What has been done so far in India? Innovation (Contd..) Emphasis on entire life cycle Strengthen incubators Access to Product Labs Support Creation of IPR and patents and standardization Provide training on different standards in the core and adjacent fields

  8. What has been done so far in India? Standardization Attempts at creating a Development Standards Organization of India to promote India-specific requirements. • Standardize solutions for meeting these requirements and contribute these to international standards. • Contribute to global standardization • Maintain the technical standards and other deliverables • Safe-guard the related IPR • Provide leadership to the developing countries (such as in South Asia, South East Asia, Africa, Middle East, etc.) in terms of their telecommunications-related standardization needs.

  9. What has been done so far in India? Standardization (Contd..) WGs reflect the need for standards in emerging areas • Some are specific to India, could later become relevant to other countries (TD-LTE fallover to 3G, GSM is unique to India), Identity management over mobiles • SIG on VAS and Policies

  10. Assessment Initial stage Interest in setting up DOSTI from the industry, academia For the SIG, joint working groups with key user groups (health, agriculture, education) need to be formed What kind of structures to be formed? Work with sector specific agencies

  11. Roadmap and Recommendations

  12. Thank you

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