Roundtable II Cooperation in Technology Transfer. Tuesday, 29 November 2005 Vienna, Austria. Structure of the Presentation. Technology Transfer - Insight Technology Competitiveness in Developing countries - Factors Technology Upgradation - Hindsight Technology Development – Challenges
Cooperation in Technology Transfer
Tuesday, 29 November 2005
Skill Development - Know How
Patents & Licenses
Increases production efficiency - Long Term competitiveness of SMEs
Technology Transfer is the suite of processes encompassing all dimensions of the origins and uptake of know-how, experience and equipment amongst, across and within countries, organizations and institutions.
COMPUTERSKnowledge Drivers of the 21st Century
Building Blocks & Knowledge tools of 21ST Century
BITS & BYTES
Define the question(s)
Organization’s Power Assets
Emerging Growth Opportunities
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2nd order effect
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
health & safety systems
Coatings and surfaces
Modeling tools and instrumentsNanotechnology Applications
Management of applications matter !
Technology Creation should be best left for developed countries. Developing countries should focus on adapting, learning and dissemination.
While the Technology innovation is still low, the sector has done extremely well due to Technology dissemination, Skill upgradation, Unit level interventions & market development activities.
While the Research & Development activities are still at low level, the sector has witnessed phenomenal growth due to application of ICT tools, Technology dissemination, Skill upgradation, Knowledge management in the area of Engineering Design.
~ 80% of Fortune 500 outsource their IT from India
4 million PC Shipments – 2004
India Hardware Industry projected at US $ 69 billion by 2008
2.5 million broadband in 2004
65 million mobile subscribers
10 million broadband in 2008
14 Mil PC Shipments - 2008
200 M Mobile subscribers by
1 million Set Top Box – 2004
9.25 million TV Sets – 2004
15 million Set Top Box - 2008
16 million TV Sets – 2008
While the Research & Development activities have been low, the sector has witnessed boom due to knowledge workers, Skill upgradation & capability development.
TRAI: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India; TDSAT : Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal
Leapfrogging in Technology Adaptation has attributed to Telecom boom.
Novel way for sharing of knowledge & technology
Global Benchmarking of Quality
ICT Applications to Technology & Management Processes