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Triple Helix Model: Competence Centre Programme Stuttgart Region Jeannette Wopperer

Triple Helix Model: Competence Centre Programme Stuttgart Region Jeannette Wopperer

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  1. DRAFT – 18.03.2011 Triple Helix Model:Competence Centre Programme Stuttgart Region Jeannette Wopperer Regionaldirektor Verband Region Stuttgart

  2. Agenda • The Stuttgart Region • Verband Region Stuttgart • Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation • Competence Centre Programme

  3. The Stuttgart Region

  4. The Region – Facts and Fígures • Population: 2.7 million from 170 countries • Area: 3,654 km² • Municipalities: 179 • People in employment: 1.3 million • Members of the Regional Assembly: 93 (directly elected) • Hours of sunshine: 1820 per year • Wine production per year: 42 million litres • Mineral water per day : 40 million litres • Michelin stars: 13 • Historic palaces and castles: 68

  5. Economic Data of the Stuttgart Region • ~165.000 companies • Gross domestic product:101billion Euro • Unemployment rate: < 5 % • Most important industries: Automotive Production Technology / Mechanical EngineeringCreative Industries • Headquarters of corporate groups such as Daimler, Porsche, Bosch, Festo, Trumpf, Behr, Alcatel-SEL, Dürr, Stihl, Schuler, Allianz Life etc. • Export (manufacturing): ~ 50 %

  6. R&D in the Stuttgart Region • R&D expenditures by the business sector in the Stuttgart Region reach 6.5 % of the GDP! Infrastructure: • Numerous university research facilities • 2 Max-Planck institutes • 5 Fraunhofer institutes • 4 institutes of the German Federation of Industrial Cooperative Research Associations • German Aerospace Centre (DLR) (large-scale research centre)‏ • 88 Steinbeis Transfer Centres • Plenty of private research institutes

  7. Verband Region Stuttgart – the Political and Administrative Level Administration of the Stuttgart Region was founded in 1994 by federal law to improve regional cooperation Tasks • Regional planning • Landscape planning • Traffic and transportation planning • Business promotion and tourism marketing (Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation / WRS) Voluntary tasks • New Stuttgart Trade Fair • Stuttgart 21 (replacing main railroad station with a new underground station; high-speed connection to Munich + access to trade fair and airport)

  8. Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation (WRS) • Founded 1995 as a GmbH („Ltd.“)‏ • Major shareholder “Verband Region Stuttgart” • 50 full-time employees • Branch subsidiaries Tasks: • Support for Investors • Location Marketing • Innovation and Cluster Policy

  9. Innovation and Cluster Policy Innovation policy and Network management Cluster Initiatives (inhouse)‏ Competence Centre Programme Horizontal Networks and Initiatives Mechatronics Financing Automotive Packaging Technologies Entrepreneurship Production Technology VR/Simulation Labour Market/Talent Clean Energy Technical Textiles Creative Industries ICT/Open Source Satellite Communication ... ...

  10. Vision and Mission oftheCompetence Centre Programme • Regional Competence Centres are well organised regional networks. They integrate possibly all regional companies, universities, research facilities etc., working in the same field of technology. • They provide a suitable base for know-how exchange, innovative cooperation and project approaches among the partner institutions. • Competence Centres improve significantly the co-ordination and effectiveness of (regional) research activities and the transformation of results into marketable products and services.

  11. Objectives of Regional Competence Centres • Positioning the centres as catalysers for cooperation and for competitiveness • Initiating and supporting co-operation between businesses, universities, research facilities, public bodies and other relevant organisations • Support for start-ups and spin-offs • Platform for (large scale) projects • Joint learning environment • Fostering Open Innovation processes

  12. Track Record / History of the Programme • Programme was initiated by a regional competition. • Selection of the most promising bottom-up concepts proposed by municipalities, companies and research institutions. • First phase (2000 – 2002): 2 million Euro contribution programme as co-financing to the establishment and operation of the selected competence centres. • Second phase (since 2003): Support for projects run by the Competence Centres: - cooperation projects (up to 20.000 €)- innovation projects (up to 50.000 €)- development of project proposals (up to 10.000 €)

  13. Organisational Aspects • Competence Centres are organised as a registered society/association and employ at least one professional full- or part-time manager to organise collective activities and to provide supportive services. • Some of the Centres provide labs and facilities (e.g. Virtual Dimension Centre, Fellbach) or office space for member firms or start-ups. • Financial aspects: • Basic financing via membership fees • European and federal grants • Institutional support from municipalities

  14. Logistics Competence Centres in the Stuttgart Region Satellite communication Energy and Eco-Design Packaging Technologies Environmental Engineering Backnang Vaihingen/Enz County of Ludwigsburg Rems-Murr-County Kornwestheim Fuel Cell and Battery Virtual Dimension Center Virtual Reality, Simulation, Collaborative Engineering Waiblingen Fellbach City of Stuttgart Esslingen Göppingen Denkendorf Filderstadt County of Göppingen County of Böblingen Kirchheim/Teck Geislingen/Steige Software and IT County of Esslingen Mechatronics Telematics, Mobile Computing, Customer Care Sustainable Energy and Renewables Technical Textiles

  15. Example “Packaging Excellence Center” Competence Centre PEC - Packaging Excellence Center (Waiblingen) • AMK Arnold Müller GmbH & Co. KG • Balluff GmbH • BBF Sterilisationsservice GmbH • beck packautomaten GmbH&Co.KG • Beckhoff Automation GmbH • Bernd Kußmaul GmbH • Berufsakademie Stuttgart • Bosch Rexroth AG • Bosch Verpackungstechnik • Bräuninger Technologie • Catalent Germany Holding 2 GmbH • Contexo GmbH • Contrinex GmbH • dvi Deutsches Verpackungsinstitut e.V. • easyFairs Deutschland GmbH • ELAU AG • F+P CAD-Systeme • Fanuc Robotics Deutschland GmbH • FIX Maschinenbau GmbH • Große Kreisstadt Waiblingen • Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart • Harro Höfliger Verpackungs- maschinen GmbH • HPF Hans P. Friedrich Elektronik GmbH • IHK Region Stuttgart – Bezirkskammer • Rems-Murr • Klingele Papierwerke GmbH & Co. KG • KOMET Maschinenfabrik GmbH • Köra Packmat Maschinenbau GmbH • Kreisvereinigung der Volksbanken Raiffeisenbanken im Rems-Murr-Kreis • Landratsamt Rems-Murr-Kreis • Löffler Verpackungstechnik GmbH & Co. KG • LTK Lineartechnik Korb GmbH • May Verpackungen und Gestaltung • Murrelektronik GmbH • Paal Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH&Co.KG • PR-Pack Verpackungstechnik GmbH • Rockwell Automation GmbH • S. Tränkner GmbH Sondermaschinen • Schreyer Sondermaschinen GmbH • SCHUNK GmbH&Co.KG Spann- und Greiftechnik • Siemens AG • SONOTRONIC Nagel GmbH • sortimat Technology GmbH & Co. • Stambera Verpackungsmaschinen GmbH • SWN Kreissparkasse Waiblingen • TRAPO AG • TÜV SÜD Cleancert GmbH • Uhlmann Pac-Systeme GmbH&Co.KG • Widmann Maschinen GmbH • WITTENSTEIN alpha GmbH • ZAHORANSKY AG Contact person Thomas Hoffmann Packaging Excellence Center (PEC) Gewerbestraße 11 71332 Waiblingen Phone: +49 7151 / 9814 - 875 Fax: +49 7151/ 9814 – 861 hoffmann@packaging-excellence.de www.packaging-excellence.dewww.rekiz.de

  16. LessonsLearnt - Successfactors Important instrument:The „Network Manager“, who... sets up and cultivates the network, keeps the partners’ participation and commitment alive Important process: The communication between the partners (supported by a communication platform) Important constitution element: Establish a legal body for the network to ensure the partner’s commitment for financing and (net-) working Important task: Initiating concrete projects to ensure the partner’s perception of (net-)work advantages

  17. Results of the Regional Competence Centre Programme • 12 Competence Centres in different fields of technology • Very high level of participation: > 450 companies (80% SME) > 60 institutes and research facilities • Extensive private investments could be triggered with little public money • Many co-operation and/or research projects initiated (private and public funded) (> 100) • Significant improvements of the Private-Public-Partnership • Improved access to national and European funding programs for the members • Requests for additional Competence Centres (in and outside the Stuttgart Region)‏

  18. Thank you very much for your attentionFurther informationwww. Region-stuttgart.org (> VRS)www. Region-stuttgart.de (> WRS)