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Title: EPoSS


1
ASAMBLEA GENERAL GENESIS Madrid, November
14th, 2008
Towards the EPoSS Joint Technology
Initiative Wolfgang Gessner EPoSS Office
2
Contents
  • 1. The relevance of Smart Systems Technologies
    Technological Challenges Economic aspects
  • 2. EPoSS the European Technology Platform
  • 3. The EPoSS JTI

3
From Microsystems to Smart Systems
  • Microsystems…
  • miniaturised devices combining
  • sensing
  • signal processing
  • actuation
  • monolithic or hybrid integration.
  • Smart Systems…
  • are able to describe a situation and diagnose it,
  • are predictive,
  • are able to decide and help to decide,
  • enable the product to interact with the
    environment.
  • They are as small as possible, networked, energy
    autonomous and highly reliable.

4
Evolution of Smart Systems
Today
E.g. Integrated, miniaturised, advanced
functionality, …
Driver status monitoring, piezo injection
valve, …
1st Generation
E.g. Implantable devices, miniaturised simple
artificial organs, predictive reactive
systems, advanced energy management, …
Smart pill, retina implants, …
2nd Generation
E.g. Self aware, autonomous, inter- facing
physical w/ technical world, adaptive to
environment, ubiquitously connected, with
cognitive abilities
Autonomous bio-robots, swarming agents, IoT
technologies, …
3rd Generation
Examples
Functions
5
Example of a Smart System
  • Entering the world of sounds
  • Hearing aid for the direct electro-mechanical
    stimulation of the inner ear

This implant helps to get back the capability of
hearing and improves life quality considerably
1 Sensor 4 Tympanic 2 Main module 5
Inner ear 3 Actuator
Bildquelle IMPLEX AG Hearing Technology
6
Relevance of Smart Integrated Systems and
Economic Opportunities
  • The Smart Systems concept focuses on advanced
    functionalities and addresses application
    requirements
  • Smart Systems actuate product innovations by new
    functionalities
  • Smart Systems therefore often are the key
    competition factor
  • Smart Systems contribute to the growth of entire
    industry sectors
  • Smart Systems produce an enormous added value
    compared to other technologies
  • Smart Systems help to develop European and
    national economies more than other technologies

7
Relevance of Smart Integrated Systems and
Economic Opportunities
  • In 2006 the world market only for microsystems
    technology amounted to 40 billion USD and is
    projected to raise to 72 billion USD by the year
    2011
  • High growth potential particularly in the
    automotive, security and medical technologies
    sector, in the consumer, communication and
    portable sector

Higher and strategic RD investments in this area
have an immediate relevance for competitiveness
and for improving market perspectives
Sources YOLE Global MEMS/Microsystems, WTC Think
Small , Gartner
8
Building on a Good Basis in Europe
  • High quality public and industry research in
    Europe
  • Widespread presence of companies and public
    research organisations over EU 27
  • High density of SMEs within European structures
    often driving technological innovations
  • European stakeholders are today global key
    players in the field of Smart Systems
    technologies

9
Consequences and Challenges
  • Building-up a solid European community
  • Bundling all possible efforts, public and
    private, in a coordinated manner
  • Creating an instrument for European strategic
    industry research
  • Setting a clear signal and demonstrating
    commitment of all stakeholders

10
EPoSS the European Technology Platform
  • Objectives
  • Defining the future path from MST towards Smart
    Integrated Systems
  • Creating a basis for a sustainable representation
    of industry interests in the European RD policy
    context
  • Form an industry guided community in order to
    define a common vision and common actions in the
    area of smart systems technologies
  • Provide advice to public authorities,
    particularly to the COM in defining the
    programmes (and submit subsequently project
    proposals)
  • Increasing the existing EU and national as well
    as industrys budgets for Smart Systems Research
  • Develop new programme models beyond the EU
    Framework Programme (e.g. JTI)

11
Founding Members
12
Reasons for a European Public Private
Partnership Initiative
  • RD resources are distributed all over Europe ?
    Necessary to provide a central point of access
  • Critical mass is needed
  • Benefits for national economies depend largely on
    international integration of their industries
  • Range of industry networks and co-operations go
    beyond national borders ? National approaches
    could even be counterproductive to national
    interests
  • Common strategy building based on public and
    industry interests
  • Enable high(-er) impact and leverage effects of
    European and national financial input

Ref. 514 / Dr. G. Finking
13
The EPoSS Joint Technology Initiative
  • Objectives
  • Strengthening competitiveness of national and
    European industry in the smart systems sector
  • Setting-up a European Programme based on industry
    priorities
  • Mobilising further budgets
  • Going beyond what current programmes are able to
    fulfill
  • Format
  • Programme
  • with the financial input of industry EU x
    member states
  • content and mechanisms determined by European
    industry
  • Projects
  • of larger dimensions chaired by large companies
  • focusing on strategic industry RD priorities

14
Expectations from an Industry Perspective
  • Clear priority of industry interests
    collaborative, strategic RD, self-determined by
    industry
  • Increase of public and private budget volume for
    Smart Systems research provide means of funding
    which are currently not available
  • Closing the gap of RD support by offering a new
    model for implementing large industry driven
    projects
  • Creating a flexible instrument able to take into
    account economic and technological changes
  • Once the PPP is established reduced bureaucratic
    burdens
  • Lower failure rate in acceding public funding
  • Pay-back guarantee for participating companies

15
The European Landscape of Public Funding
Time to application
long
short
Product Driven Research
Basic Research
Applied Research
Strategic Industrial Research
Eureka
European Re- search Council
Framework Programme 7

Public Private Partnership Model
16
Focus of the EPoSS JTI
EPoSS JTI
Smart Systems for Sustainable Mobility Clean
Full-Electric Car, All-Electric Aircraft
Smart Systems for Ambient Intelligence Interne
t of Things, Future Communication Networking
Smart Systems for Health Wellness Health
Monitoring and Control, Artificial Organs

Smart Systems for Safety Security Chemical, B
iological, Radioactive, Nuclear
Explosives Detection
17
RD Priorities
Smart miniaturised devices with advanced
functionality and performance
1
Autonomously operating, power efficient and
networked smart devices
2
Robust systems, compatible and adaptive to
environment and lifetime requirements
3
18
Integrated Approach
Open co-ordinated industry programmes
Common Vision on Societal Needs and Applications
eMobility, NESSI, NEM, ISI,… FUTURE INTERNET
Smart integrated (Sub-)systems, w/ advanced
functionality, more than electronics
PPP1
PPP2
PPP3
Nanoelectronics, Wafer-level inte-
gration, Component level
Architectures, Middleware, Software based
integration
PPP4
19
Further Aspects
  • National authorities and EU must indicate budgets
    (EPoSS partners indicated RD investments of 1,5
    Bill. for a 7 years time frame)
  • Formal commitment from the COM (Commissioner)
  • Open process, however, strategic decisions will
    be taken by those partners/member states
    committed
  • Preparation of ToR and implementation process….
    evaluation procedures, etc. ...
  • Consultation with other JTIs (to avoid mistakes
    and handle problems, eg. budget asymmetries)
  • Further options for collaborative strategic
    industrial research in Europe have to be
    considered
  • Form follows function!

20
Expectations towards GENESIS Organising the
Spanish Smart Systems Environment
  • Acting as an interface between European and
    Spanish stakeholders
  • Ensuring the involvement of Spanish industry in
    EPoSS and the positioning of their interests
  • Ensuring the Spanish ministrys involvement in
    EPoSS
  • Ensuring Spains participation in the EPoSS JTI

21
Thank you very much!
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