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Dipl.-Phys. Wolfgang H. Steinicke/ Dipl.-Geogr. Lars Holstein, FAV Berlin Vienna, January 2003 METROPOLIS Exchanging experiences on Innovation in Metropolitan.

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1 Dipl.-Phys. Wolfgang H. Steinicke/ Dipl.-Geogr. Lars Holstein, FAV Berlin Vienna, January 2003 METROPOLIS Exchanging experiences on Innovation in Metropolitan Regions Thematic Group Development of Incubators within Research Institutions: Support for New Technology Based Firms Incubators in Berlin – Structure, development and success The example Applied Center for Transport Telematics

2 Network Manager for BerlinBrandenburg Reliable partner for science, industry, SMEs, users and politics Network management of research institutions, enterprises, users and customers Initiates innovative projects, integrates partner and promotes system level cooperative programmes Corporate Office for the Strategy Council Transport and Mobility BerlinBrandenburg FAV Vision Transport Technology Systems Network (FAV) Berlin Am Borsigturm 48 D-13507 Berlin phone +49 30 4303 3545 fax +49 30 4303 3550 e-mail Info@FAV.de www.fav.de www.kompetenznetze.de Support: TSB TU Berlin Senate of Berlin

3 FAV-Network and Strategic Alliances international Institut of Transport Studies Leeds (ITS); Universidad Politechnica de Madrid (UPM); Transportes Inovacao e Sistemas Lissabon (TIS); Ontwikkelingsbedrijf Rotterdam (OBR) Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut Cambresis (UVHC); Hong Kong University of Science Technology (HKUST); Eidgenös- sische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETH); Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT); Eno Transportation Foundation, Inc. (Washington DC) Further Partners (selection): Instituto Nacional de Engenharia e Technologia Lissabon (INETI); MIT-IST Cambridge USA National Technical University of Athen (NTUA); Narwick Institute of Technology (NIT) FAV Member of BMBF Company-Network Research- Network national regional GZVB Braunschweig ZIV Darmstadt IVM Münster FORVERTS Nürnberg S u p p o r t i n g A s s o c i a t i o n... more than 100 research institutions... more than 400 enterprises... about 48.000 jobs in enterprises Thanks to its Alliances beyond the European borders, the FAV has a worldwide standing

4 Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Technologie- und Gründerzentren e.V und „Inno-Kolleg“ (Berlin) FOCUS Teleport GmbH, Gesellschaft für Immobilienmanagement und Standortberatung (Berlin) Fachhochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (FHTW), Steinbeis-Transferzentrum und Technologietransferstelle, Existenzgründerzentrum, Technische Dienstleistungen (EGZ) an der FHTW (Berlin) Phönix Gründerzentrum Gewerbepark Am Borsigturm (Berlin) Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Spreeknie (TGS) GmbH (Berlin) Technologiezentrum Innovationspark Wuhlheide GmbH, Gründerzentrum (Berlin) Technologiezentrum Teltow TZT (Teltow) InnovationsZentrum Berlin Management GmbH (Berlin-Adlershof) IGZ Innovations- und GründerZentrum auf dem WISTA (Berlin-Adlershof) Biotechnologiepark Luckenwalde GmbH (Luckenwalde) STIC GmbH, Strausberger Technologie- und Innovations-Centrum (Strausberg) InnoZent GmbH Innovations- und Gründerzentrum (Eberswalde) BBB Management GmbH Campus Berlin-Buch Gründerzentrum Go Panke GmbH (Berlin) Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Havelland GmbH (Rathenow) Technologie- und Gewerbezentrum Prignitz (Wittenberge) Technologie- und Gründerzentrum Ostprignitz-Ruppin GmbH (Neuruppin) TechnologieZentrum Verkehrstechnik Hennigsdorf GmbH (Hennigsdorf) TIF GmbH, Technologie- und Innovationszentrum Fürstenwalde (Fürstenwalde) Gründerinnenzentrum WeiberWirtschaft (Berlin) Gründerzentrum im FOCUS Mediaport (Berlin) Gründerzentrum Hohenschönhausen (Berlin) Gründerzentrum Marzahn (Berlin) MINERVA - Gründerzentrum im Mode Center Ullsteinhaus (Berlin) Technologie Coaching Center (Berlin) Berliner Innovations- und Gründerzentrum (BIG) im Technologie- und Innovationspark Berlin TIB (Berlin) Statistics Almost 30 public-financed incubators in the Region BerlinBrandenburg 16 incubators in Berlin -> most of them are located in technology parks 148.964 m² office space (Berlin in total: 17,2 mio. m²) 620 enterprises, 4.299 employees in incubators Incubators are popular policy for the encouragement of the co-operation of science and economy (Berlin‘s first incubator was established in 1983), especially when the incubaor is located in a technology park or near a university (campus). Most of the incubators have no sharply focused thematic/technology field: Example (1):TGZ Spreeknie Microsystems, solar technology & environmental eng. 48 enterprises with over 300 employees since 1997 Other are linked to a specific thematic field like Bio- or ICT-technology: Example (2):Biomedical IGZ Berlin-Buch 23 start-ups with over 320 employees since 1998 Example (3): Applied Center for Transport Telematics in preparation virtual campus with 80 SMEs and 20 research institutions with over 4.500 employees Incubators in Berlin and Brandenburg Local Consultant

5 Transport Telematics is a highly relevant research field: -SMEs must co-operate to a critical mass and take their chances in future-oriented partnerships with research institutions -> development of system capabilities -Growth potential of the transport telematics market development in Germany 1998-2010 [+ 2 Bill. Euro, +19% p.a.] Over 160 national projects are currently supported in initiatives/programs of the European Commission, national or regional government Mayor companies & SMEs are active in the market penetration for telematics solutions (DaimlerChrysler AG, Volkswagen AG; IVU Traffic Technologies) Relevance of Transport Telematics in BerlinBrandenburg Local Consultant

6 Innovative Alliance Campus for Transport Telematics Innovative Projects Strategic Approach mid-term long-term Industry Operators Banks/ VC- Companies Politics/ Administration SMEs Science Innovative Management FAV Wachstumskern „Applied Center for Intermodal Transport Telematics“

7 Invest approximately 8 Mio. Euro approximately 3.500 m² first time use 1. Quarter 2004 professorship pending running projects, approximately 7 Mio. Euro  Bundling of competencies Science – Economy – User  Region‘s participation in the growing market transport telematics  Improvement of the intermodal transport situation with developments from the applicants centre Applied Center for Intermodal Transport Telematics System integration/ test preparation Laboratory equipments Prototyping workshop / Small batch series Conferences/seminars Offices Teaching Campus for transport telematics – Location Berlin-Charlottenburg

8 Conclusions Achievement of the political objectives of the Region Berlin- Brandenburg: “Contribution to Economic Growth” & “Reduction of Unemployment” Established & successful FAV-network of science & economy Clear profile of an incubator for the external representation; internal mix of complementary customers/operators, service providers & manufacturers -> system capabilities Support of SMEs (start-ups, spin-offs) by offering incubator- oriented management & networking (innovation management) Favourable rental fees for flexible rooms & joint equipment

9 Local Consultant Results from an International Survey on Success Factors of Incubators & Technology Parks (1) SuccessSuccess factors dynamic of growth, employment, innovative and profitable enterprises, involvement of science, international charisma. image, technology profile, park portfolio, networking/ cooperation internal, networking/ cooperation external, marketing/ communication, park management, infrastructure/ service, start-up climate, regional environment, quality of site. Steps of the survey: Definition of success, Interview of Start- ups and Spin-offs, Evaluation of the results Source: TUB 2000

10 Local Consultant International Survey – Requirements on Incubators (2) – Image: Important, especially for the acquisition of venture capital Technology profile & portfolio: Medium importance, defines the degree of co- operation & competition within the incubator (involvement of research institutions) Networking or cooperation (intern/extern): Growing importance in accordance with the growth of the start-ups, establishment of co-operations along the value chain Marketing/communication: Low importance, is one core competence of each company -> other experiences from AZVT (very important) Incubator management: Low importance, except for consultancy services Infrastructure/service: Important, especially low rental fee and flexible, adaptable rooms & joint equipment Start-up climate: Very important (Supply of VC, tax breaks, investment support, development programs) Regional environment & Quality of Site: Growing importance in accordance with the growth of the Start-ups Source: TUB 2000

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