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Title: Lessons learned from FP7 proposals and projects SMI2G 2014


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Lessons learned from FP7 proposals and
projects SMI2G 2014
  • Andrea Nowak
  • Deputy Head of Department SafetySecurity
  • AIT - Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
  • 23 January 2014, Brussels
  • V1.1

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Austrian Industry
Federation of Austrian Industries 49,54
Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and
Technology 50,46
  • 1000 Employees
  • Budget 120 Mio
  • Business Model 403030

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2010-2013 AIT/DSS successful positioning within
European and National Security Research Community
AIT successful cooperative RD projects 12 Mio
Euro
  • EU FP7 Security Research Program

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2009 2010 Cultural Change Program
(1) Innovation Management to foster innovation,
overcome silos and enabling high quality
delivery
Do the right things do the things right!
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23.01.2014
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2009 2010 Cultural Change Program (2) Stage
Gate - Process
research is predictable and assessable by
promoting creativity and taking risk
creativity - transparency - focus - cooperation
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23.01.2014
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Strategy Development (1)
  • Top-Down
  • Global organization- und strategic orientations
    of the departments
  • Five Department and there domains
  • Defined commitments and goals
  • Financial 403030
  • Scientific Numbers of publications, patents
  • Resources Growth rate
  • Carrier model for our employers
  • External Evaluation process every year
  • Buttom-up
  • Development of the department Strategy ? this was
    our freedom
  • Enormous communication and discussion effort
  • Making ALL employees aware of the strategy
  • Focus activities on the defined Research Areas
    and Research Fields
  • Empowerment of our staff

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Focus in 3 Research Areas
Strategy Development (2)
Source digitalbevaring.dk
Surveillance Protection
Highest System Reliability
Large Scale Networked Systems
Multi-Camera Vision High Speed Imaging
Assessment and Testing of Autonomous and
Safety-Critical Systems
Secure Information Access in Distributed Systems
Next-Gen. Content Management Systems Advanced
Applications in Sensor Networks
From key scientific competences to focused
applied research
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Strategy Development (3)
From strategy to focus Building critical mass
  • Scientific and Engineering skill
  • Diversity in qualification

200 Experts (FTE) 1/3 Scientists 2/3
Engineers 36 PhD
Computer Scientist
Electro Technical Engineers
Physicist
Medical Computer Scientist
Mathematician
  • 2/3 of new employees with international education

23.01.2014
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DSS Applied RD Methodology our market USP
Strategy Development (4)
Strategy 2017
Industry impact mid and long-term cooperation
with industry
Phase 3
Solutions for larger systems
Strategic aliances/cooperation with
users/stakeholders
Phase 2
Cooperation in the research community
Technology/Science basic competence and
solution portfolio
Phase 1
Strategic orientation top down from our owner
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Research Business Approach Applied Research -
AIT Security Eco-system
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Door opener for our international cooperation's
  • National research programs
  • KIRAS national security research program
  • ICT of the Future
  • Take off
  • .
  • International Networks European research
    community
  • EUROTECH
  • IMG-S
  • PSCE
  • ARTEMIS
  • COST
  • Doman specific networks
  • TeleTrust
  • FRONTEX
  • Enisa

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Automated Border Control ? Programme Roadmap ?
Strategy
Example (1)
2013
2015
2009
2011
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Cyber Defense ? Programme Roadmap ? Strategy
Example (2)
23.01.2014
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Overview of successful projects - Call 6 (1)
Topic Coordinator Akronym SEC-2013.2.2-3
Protection of smart energy grids against cyber
attacks AIT SPARKS SEC-2013.2.5-3 Pan European
detection and management of incidents/attacks on
critical infrastructures in sectors other than
the ICT sector Technicon ECOSSIAN SEC-2013.2.5-4
Protection systems for utility
networks AIT HyRiM
ICT-Security
Topic Coordinator Akronym SEC-2013.2.2-1 A
research agenda for security issues on land
transport FhGIML CARONTE SEC-2013.3.2-3 Mobile
equipment at the land border crossing points

AIT MobilePass
ICT-Security
Object and Personel Security
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Overview of AIT/DSS projects FP7 Call 6 (2)
Topic Coordinator Akronym SEC-2013.4.1-1 Phase
II demonstration programme on aftermath crisis
management Atos DRIVER SEC-2013.5.1-1 Analysis
and identification of security systems and data
set used by first responders and police
authorities AIT EPISECC SEC-2013.5.3-1
Definition of interoperability specifications
for information and meta-data exchange amongst
C2-Sense sensors and control systems Sagem
Defense Securite
Crisis and Disaster Management
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Lessens Learned (1) Comments of my colleagues
  • Markus
  • Timely and structure approach to complete the
    proposal  
  • Amicably relations within a strong consortium
  • Support and knowledge of colleagues within AIT
    and their enthusiasm
  • Support of the AIT management to allow for a
    maximum of flexibility in working on creative
    scientific contributions
  • Florian
  • Idea of ECOSSIAN is right on time to support
    these initiatives.
  • The consortium consists of an optimal mix of
    academics/research, industrial partners and
    national bodies.
  • All work package leaders have plenty of
    experience in EU projects, know how to approach
    goals, and are professional and reliable
    partners. This helped a lot in the proposal
    preparation phase.

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Lessens Learned (2) Comments of my colleagues
  • Paul
  • A strong consortium, which was appreciated by the
    reviewers.
  • The users group, that we prepared was a strong
    point that helped
  • Internally, we were well prepared from a content
    perspective
  • The proposers day turned out to be surprisingly
    useful, i.e., via discussions with the PO, to
    read between the lines of the proposal text,
  • As an institution, I think we were well-placed to
    coordinate the proposal from a content
    perspective, i.e., with the three departments
    taking part
  • I think we built on previous successes, e.g.,
    with SECCRIT in last Security call

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Summary of Lesson Learned
  • Idea Generation
  • Finding the best consortium
  • Structured proposal work
  • Keep the time lines
  • Communication (intern and extern)
  • Strategy
  • Trust
  • Defined Risk
  • Management Process Support
  • Efficient Tool Support
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