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Innovation Partnerships. Fostering a Vital Linkage. Research & Development. Innovative research between company(s) & 3 rd Level Institutions. Open to all Manufacturing & Internationally Traded Services (ITS) Companies. Develop a new, novel or innovative products, processes and services.

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innovation partnerships

Innovation Partnerships

Fostering a Vital Linkage

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Research & Development

Innovative research between company(s) & 3rd Level Institutions

Open to all Manufacturing & Internationally Traded Services (ITS) Companies

Develop a new, novel or innovative products, processes and services

Average of 70 Proposals / Year

Average project value is €170k rising to €1M

www.enterprise-ireland.com/innovationpartnerships

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Key Features/Benefits
  • Non - competitive
  • OpenCall All Year
  • Easyto Use
  • QuickResponse (typically 6 Weeks)
  • Dedicatedresearcher & research facilities
  • Accessto up-to-date science / technology
  • Skillsavailability post-project
  • ReducedR&D costs to company
  • IParrangements are generally straightforward
slide4
Medium to High Risk R&D

College

  • Challenging & Innovative
  • Builds Research Capability

Competitive Advantage for Ireland

Project Requirements

Company

  • Commercial Value to Company
  • Company Driven
  • Reduced Technical Risk
  • Reduced Commercial Risk
slide5
Collaboration

Company

Innovative

Industrial

Research

College

Entering the Programme

Outline

proposal

Choice

Feasibility

Study

slide6
Application Review

4 - 6 wks

Technical

Assessment

OK

Full

Proposal

Outline

proposal

IRCC

Commercial

Assessment

Successful

Feasibility

Study

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Enterprise Ireland

(Grant)

Industrial Partner

(Cash & in-kind

Contribution)

Project Cost Structure

Project Costs

(College)

Source of Funding

Staff

Equipment

Materials

Travel

Other

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New IPP Funding Guidelines

Full Proposals

  • The level of funding awarded by EI under the new guidelines will depend on:
  • Company Size:Small, Medium or Large
  • Project Focus:Industrial or Experimental
  • Project Type: Collaborative Research?
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Medium

Company

Large

Company

75%

65%

60%

50%

50%

40%

35%

25%

New IPP Funding Guidelines ll

Small

Company

Type of Research

Industrial

Collaborative

80%

Industrial

Contract

65%

Experimental

Collaborative

60%

Experimental

Contract

45%

Every company partner will be expected to pay 20% of the project costs in cash

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Small

Company

Medium

Company

Large

Company

Type of Research

100%

20% cash

15% cash/in-kind

20% cash

5% cash/in-kind

Industrial

Collaborative

20% cash

20% cash

15% cash/in-kind

20% cash

20% cash/in-kind

20% cash

30% cash/in-kind

Industrial

Contract

20% cash

20% cash/in-kind

20% cash

40% cash/in-kind

Experimental

Collaborative

20% cash

35% cash/in-kind

20% cash

45% cash/in-kind

20% cash

55% cash/in-kind

Experimental

Contract

New IPP Funding Guidelines ll

20% Cash

30% Cash/BIK

In-Kind

€€€

In

Kind

€€€

20% €

20% cash

30% cash/in-kind

50% EI Grant

In some of the categories, 20% cash advance still leaves a gap for the company to fill.

This can be covered by the company via cash or in-kind contributions

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In-Kind Contributions

Donated to the college (permanent)

Strategic value to the college (future research perspective)

Equipment usage located at the company partner facility*

*exceptional &max: 10% overall project cost

Equipment

Staff

The company relocates technical staff to the academic group to complete project activities

Located in the college research facility for a specified period agreed to by the college and EI

Materials

No greater then 5% of the total project cost

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Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
  • Negotiable between academic and industrial partners
  • Generally Background IPR remain unchanged
  • Publishing of valuable IPR should not take place before adequate protection is in place
  • Always agree terms upfront before setting out a full agreement
  • Should be inline with National Guidelines
  • Argue financial input, intellectual input and capacity to exploit

http://www.sciencecouncil.ie/reports/

http://www.innovation.gov.uk/lambertagreements/index.asp

project focus
Project Focus

Foreground IP Allocations

COMPANY

COLLEGE

FIP

Exclusive License

Shared FIP

CONDITIONS

FIP

CONDITIONS

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Funding Categories

Industrial Collaborative – Highest Funding Model

COMPANY

COLLEGE

FIP

Exclusive License

Max €€ Input

IN-KIND

Company Staff

Equipment

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IPP Team

Monica Flanagan & Tom Bannon

Enterprise Ireland, East Point Business Park`, Dublin 3

Contact

Monica: 01 7272208 / 087 6728487

Tom: 01 7272594 / 087 9121680

 Fax: 01 7272065

 email: [email protected]

[email protected]

www.enterprise-ireland.com/innovationpartnerships

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Definitions

Sample Projects

Press Room

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Available Case Studies
  • Volac Feeds
  • Aughinish Alumina
  • Irish Skincare Products
  • Cyber Colors
  • Teleflex Medical
  • Hewlett Packard Ltd
  • ABS Pumps
  • Carbery Milk Products
  • Connaught Electronics Ltd
  • Thermo King
  • ABS Pumps
  • Armac
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IPP Process

Grant

25-80%

4 - 6 wks

Collaboration

Company

Company

20-75%

Technical

Assessment

Innovative

Industrial

Research

Choice

Outline

proposal

OK

Pre-

Approval

OK

IRCC

FUND

Full

Proposal

Commercial

Assessment

Next

OK

College

Feasibility

Assessment

100% Grant

(€9K)

Pays for College research salaries,

materials, travel & other costs

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Small

Company Size

If a company is part of a group the employee, turnover, annual balance

sheet and ownership limits apply to the group.

1–50

employees

Not exceeding

€10M

Annual Turnover

and/or Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet

Not exceeding

€43M

Annual Turnover

Not exceeding

€50M

50–249

employees

Medium

Greater than

250

employees

Annual Turnover

Greater then

€43M

Large

project focus20
Using existing knowledge and skills

Produces plans & arrangements or designs for new, altered or improved products

Leads to a product which could commercialise without significant additional development

Prototype product is produced for demonstration & validation purposes only

Acquisition of new knowledge and skills

Develops new products, processes or services

Significantly improves existing products, process or services

Yieldspublications or patents and commercial benefit

Project Focus

Industrial Research or Experimental Development?

INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH

EXPERIMENTAL DEVELOPMENT

project type collaborative
Strategy

Outcome

Project

Jointly

Developed

Work Plan

College

Owns

FIP*

Jointly

Undertake

Work

Mutual

Benefit

New

Skills

Developed

Builds

on

College

IP/Know How

Share

The

Risk

Patents

IP

Publications

Mobility

Of

Staff

Project Type: Collaborative

15%

Bonus

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Industrial

Collaborative

  • Involves significant input on behalf of both partners in designing and undertaking the projects.
  • College know-how and /or background IP required to deliver the project.
  • Company pays the college a standard rate for the work undertaken.
  • Both parties share risk equally.
  • College partner owns the foreground intellectual property.

Industrial

Contract

  • The company has specified a significant body of work to be undertaken.
  • The college will provide a research service.
  • The company pays the market rate for the work undertaken.
  • In this instance the company is carrying all of the risk.
  • The company owns any resulting foreground intellectual property. 

Type of Research - Definitions

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Experimental

Collaborative

  • Leads to a product which the company could expect to commercialise
  • without significant additional development.
  • There is input on behalf of both partners in designing and undertaking the work plan.
  • The company is dependant on the college know-how and /or background IP to deliver the project.
  • The company pays the standard rate for the work undertaken.
  • Both parties share the project risk.
  • The college partner will own the foreground intellectual property.

Experimental

Contract

  • Leads to a product which the company could expect to commercialise
  • without significant additional development.
  • The company specifies the body of work to be undertaken.
  • The college will provide a research service.
  • The company pays the market rate for the work undertaken.
  • The company carries all of the project risk.
  • The company owns any resulting foreground intellectual property. 

Type of Research - Definitions

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Definitions 2

EU Definition of Industrial Research

  • Planned research or critical investigation aimed at:
  • acquisition
  • significant improvement
  • components of complex systems

EU Definition of Experimental Development

  • Existing scientific development ….
  • Creating the conceptual definition ….
  • Prototype & Pilot projects ….
  • Revenue generated ….
  • Experimental production & testing ….
  • Experimental development ….
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Sample Projects – 2006 / 2007
  • Trinity Biotech
  • Xilinx Irl.
  • Biobode
  • ClearStream
  • Medtronic
  • Oglesby & Butler
  • Intel
  • Celtrak
  • Gaines Europe
  • Crescent Diagnostics
  • Analog
  • CSA
  • Celtic Catalysts
  • Alltech
  • Innocoll
  • Cook Ireland
  • BBE Healthcare
  • Alimentary Health
  • Intel
  • Brivant
  • Dell
  • Olympus Diagnostica Irl
  • Zerusa
  • Aughinish Alumina
  • B Braun (Irl) Ltd.
  • Beocare
  • Treemetrics
  • Bausch & Lomb Ireland
  • Crescent Diagnostics
  • Proxy Biomedical
  • Celestica
  • USCI Ireland
  • Stryker
  • Opsona
  • Merrion Pharma
  • Pharmaplaz
  • DePuy Ltd
  • Boston Scientific
  • Vasogen
  • Celtic Catalysts
  • Holfield
  • Dow Corning
  • SRS
  • Altana
  • Biomedical
  • Xircom
  • QAD
  • Dairygold
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