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TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 FORESIGHT EXERCISE IN LORRAINE KEY TECHNOLOGIES 2000/2005 Pierre BOURGOGNE Director of innovation Regional council.

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1 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 FORESIGHT EXERCISE IN LORRAINE KEY TECHNOLOGIES 2000/2005 Pierre BOURGOGNE Director of innovation Regional council of Lorraine STRATIN.C.

2 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 FIRST STAGE IDENTIFICATION OF THE REGIONAL KEY TECHNOLOGIES

3 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Analyse of the industrial demand and of research & technology offer in Lorraine Identification of the major technologies for Lorraine Consensus building · Definition of strategic criteria · Determination of major technologies (working groups) · Face to face interviews · Estimation of the potential of enterprises creation · Analyse of the competitive position · Analyse of the means and tools for the technological diffusion Preparation of the action plan Diffusion means and competitive situation Determination of the fields opportunities potential identification of main technologies in Lorraine

4 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Evaluation criteria (1) Internal criteria 4adequacy to the regional scientific potential 4adequacy to the regional education potential 4adequacy to the regional industrial potential 4adequacy to the regional specificities

5 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Evaluation criteria (2) External criteria 4effects on jobs 4financial effects 4industrial effects 4economical effects 4environnemental & societal effects 4technological effects

6 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Demand of the existing industrial fabric Valorisation of advanced scientific & technological competences Positioning on emerging and promising markets CHOICE Missing links What is a key technology ?

7 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005

8 Smart captors Computer aided small series manufacturing Eco-building Agro-food engineering Technologies Non toxic glues Process safety 6 4 3,5 3 2,5 2,5 3 3,5 4 The short term report

9 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005

10 4 3,5 3 2,5 2,5 3 3, Smart captors 2 Eco-bâtiment 3 Food process engineering techn. 4 Non-toxic glues 5 Management and evaluation tools for the environmental and health risks 6 Process safety 7 Testing and measuring systems 8 Composites with a matrix made of vegetable fibers 9 Traceability The long term podium

11 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Smart captors (4) Eco-building Non-toxic glues Food process engineering techn. Process afety Short term Computer aided small series manufacturing (44) LEVEL 1: 5 KT LEVEL 2: 5 KT LEVEL 3: 19 KT Selection of 29 key technologies Long term Measuring and testing systems (30) Composites with organic matrices made of vegetable fibers Management and evaluation tools for environm. and health risks (76) traceability (89) Internal/external criteria, ST /LT > 3 19 Complementary technologies Internal/external criteria, ST /LT < 3

12 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Scientific potential Technology transfer potential Education potential Industrial potential Competition level Entry ticket Market growth Fuel cells Eco-building Surface treatment engineering Non-food valorisation of agro-products Food quality security Mecatronics Advanced design technoologies Process engineering Rapid tooling and manufacturing Composites materials Fibers materials High temperatures materials

13 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 emergence nugget engineconsolidation Fuel cells Eco-building Surface treatment engineering Non food from agro industry Composite/advanced materials Rapid tooling & manufacturing Process engineering Fibre/advanced materials High temperature materials Food safety & quality Design advanced technologies Mecatronic technologies KEY TECHNOLOGIES EXERCICE LORRAINE SITUATION

14 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 SECOND STAGE COMPETITIVE SITUATION OF LORRAINE WITHIN THE FRENCH LANDSCAPE

15 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Objectives of the second stage Identification of the 3 or 4 French regions in competition with Lorraine in each 12 key technologies clusters Mapping and hierarchisation of the technological competences in each selected regions Evaluation of the competitive position of Lorraine in comparison with the other French regions on the 12 key technologies clusters

16 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Advanced materials / Composites Advanced materials / fibres Advanced matrials / high temperatures Eco building Adv. technos for processes & prod. design Food safety and quality Rapid tooling and manufacturing Mecatronic technologies Non-food valorisation of agro products Process engineering Fuel cells Surface treatments and engineerng

17 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Region Number of technologies Technologies Nord Pas de Calais3 Process engineering Non food valorisation of agro products Advanced materials/fibres Languedoc Roussillon 1 Process engineering Rhône Alpes9 Process engineering Rapid tooling and manufacturing Mecatronics technologies Design advanced technologies Fuel cells Surface treatment and engineering Advanced materials/composites Advanced materials/fibres Advanced materials/high temperature Ile de France5 Process engineering Rapid tooling and manufacturing Mecatronics technologies Fuel cells Non food valorisation of agro products Midi Pyrénées4 Rapid tooling and manufacturing Eco building Advanced materials/composites Advanced materials/high temperature Technological clusters & Regions

18 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Region Number of technologies Technologies Alsace3 Rapid tooling and manufacturing Surface treatment and engineering Non food valorisation of agro products PACA4 Mecatronics technologies Fuel cells Eco building Advanced materials/fibres Haute Normandie3 Mecatronics technologies Design advanced technologies Advanced materials/composites Franche Comté3 Design advanced technologies Fuel cells Surface treatment and engineering Auvergne2 Design advanced technologies Food safey and quality Bourgogne1 Food safey and quality Bretagne1 Food safey and quality Aquitaine1 Eco building Champagne Ardennes 2 Surface treatement and engineering Advanced materials/fibres Picardie1 Non food valorisation of agro products Basse Normandie1 Advanced materials/composites Limousin1 Advanced materials/high temperature Centre1 Advanced materials/high temperature Technological clusters and Regions

19 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Nombre dentreprises : (CT) (LT) Salariés : (CT) (LT) Chiffres clés français Centres de recherches : Ecoles des mines / INSA Lyon / PPE / PEP / Compositec / CETIM / SAINT GOBAIN (vetrotex) Procédés innovants: Développement de lEstampage / Pultrusion / Analyse fonctionnel France Le marché se divise en deux : les matières premières (3.3 milliards en France), la transformation (2 078 M) CA France : 15 % production européenne / All (28%) / Italie (18%) Autres faits Construction aéronautique et automobile, bâtiment, loisirs, matériels ferroviaires,Biomédical, manufacture, médical, fibres, matériels électriques et électroniques Dassault/ Volvo / Bouygues / Vinci / Rossignol / Secteur dapplication Transformation des composites, Thermoplastique, Moules, Fonderies, chimie InnoPlast / Matra / Plastic omnium / Hutchinson / Acome / Unijecet / Gimm menuiseries / Secteur fournisseurs Nombre dentreprises : 380 soit 4% Salariés : soit 4% Chiffres clés Lorraine Code NAF : 25.2 Advanced materials / Composites

20 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Advanced materials / Composites Rhône Alpes est largement en avance en termes de nombres de salariés (17,96%) et dentreprises (18,82%). La Lorraine est comparable aux autres régions pour ce qui est du nombre dutilisateurs, mais se distingue avec la Haute Normandie pour le nombre de fournisseurs. Points atypiques: Total% % % % % % %140100% ,40%3411,40%2643,85%42,86% ,17%3131,29%2603,79%53,57% ,07%00,00%1672,44%00,00% ,27%6252,57%2103,06%42,86% ,25% ,02%95513,93%1510,71% ,16%615225,28% ,08%2820,00% % % ,28%1123,49% ,04%802,49% ,05%822,56% ,04%1344,18% ,96%60418,82% ,37% ,54% Basse Normandie France Lorraine Midi Pyrénées Rhône Alpes Haute Normandie Régions Materiaux avancés / composites Court TermeLong Terme Nombre de salariésNombre d'entreprises Long TermeCourt Terme Rhône Alpes Haute Normandie Total Régions Fournisseur Total Régions France Lorraine Midi Pyrénées Basse Normandie Utilisateur

21 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Advanced materials / Composites Midi PyrénéesRhône AlpesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraineMoyenne Nombre, CA, nombre d'emplois des structures de transfert Nombre d'incubateurs, pépinières d'entreprises, fonds ,2 Budget consacré dans le CPER pour ces domaines 02,281,66000,788 Liste des opérations ou organisations ,2 Nombre d'emplois salariés (Utilisateur) ,6 Nombre d'emplois salariés (Fournisseur) ,0 Nombre d'entreprises (Utilisateur) ,8 Nombre d'entreprises (Fournisseur) ,4 R&D (Utilisateur) ,1 R&D (Fournisseur) ,7 DIRD (Utilisateur) ,9 DIRD (Fournisseur) ,2 Nombre de doctorants ,4 Nombre de chercheurs du secteur public Nombre de brevets ,4 Nombre de formations461294,4 Entreprises Transfert de Technologies Recherche

22 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Advanced materials / Composites Rhône Alpes domine largement la recherche publique. Midi Pyrénées la seconde. Lorraine possède de nombreuses formations. Points atypiques: Midi Pyrénées et Rhône Alpes sont les 2 régions leader. Légère avance pour Rhône Alpes qui a inscrit cette technologie au CPER. Points atypiques: Technology transfer Research and upper education CritèresMidi PyrénéesRhône AlpesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraine Number, turn over, jobs of TTstructures LeaderWeaknessesOpportunitiesWeaknessesLeader Number of incubators, nurseries founds Leader Weaknesses Weakneses Public budget (CPER) WeaknessesLeader Weaknesses Number of operations or organisations Leader Weaknesses CritèresMidi PyrénéesRhône AlpesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraine Number of PhD under preparationOpportunitiesLeaderWeaknesses Number of public researchers OpportunitiesLeaderWeaknesses Number of patentsWeaknessesLeaderWeaknesses Number of different diplomasOpportunitiesLeaderWeaknesses Leader

23 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Adanced materials / Composites La Lorraine est placée juste derrière la région Midi Pyrénées Haute-Normandie bien positionnée sur cette technologie (Réseau interrégional de recherche Matériaux, Polymères, Plasturgie(1,66 M CPER) Points atypiques: Technology transfer Research and upper education Lorraine et Midi- Pyrénées possèdent un bon réseau de recherche dédié aux composites, avec un léger avantage pour MP qui est le second pôle français de recherche sur les matériaux avancés. Points atypiques: Analysis without Rhône-Alpes CritèresMidi PyrénéesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraine Nombre, CA, nombre d'emplois des structures de transfert CompétitorfWeaknesses Leader Nombre d'incubateurs, pépinières d'entreprises, fonds de soutien LeaderWeaknesses Opportunities Budget consacré dans le CPER pour ces domaines WeaknessesLeaderWeaknessesweaknesses Liste des opérations ou organisations LeaderWeaknesses weaknesses CritèresMidi PyrénéesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraine Nombre de doctorantsLeaderWeaknesses Opportunities Nombre de chercheurs du secteur public LeaderWeaknesses Leader Nombre de brevetsLeaderOpportunitiesWeaknessesOpportunities Nombre de formationsOpportunitiesWeaknesses Leader

24 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Advanced materials / Composites Midi Pyrénées est la seule des 5 régions à pouvoir rivaliser au niveau de la recherche privée chez les utilisateurs avec la région Rhône Alpes.La région Haute Normandie reste quant à elle compétitive au niveau de la recherche et en termes de nombres demploi salariés. Points atypiques: Enterprises CritèresMidi PyrénéesRhône AlpesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraine Number of jobs (users) FaiblessesLeaderFaiblesses Number of jobs (spplyers) FaiblessesLeaderOpportunitésFaiblesses Numer of enterprises (Users)FaiblessesLeaderFaiblesses Number of enterprises (supplyers) FaiblessesLeaderFaiblesses R&D (users)Leader Faiblesses R&D (supplyers)FaiblessesLeaderCompétitifFaiblesses DIRD (users)Leader Faiblesses DIRD (supplyers)FaiblessesLeaderCompétitifFaiblesses

25 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Advanced materials / Composites La Lorraine est mise en avant au niveau de ses entreprises. En ce qui concerne la recherche privée, le niveau dinvestissement y est élevé, alors que les effectifs sont faibles. Points atypiques: Analyse without Rhône Alpes Entreprises CritèresMidi PyrénéesHaute NormandieBasse NormandieLorraine Nombre d'emplois salariés (Utilisateur) Opportunités FaiblessesCompétitif Nombre d'emplois salariés (Fournisseur) FaiblessesLeaderFaiblessesCompétitif Nombre d'entreprises (Utilisateur)CompétitifOpportunitésFaiblessesCompétitif Nombre d'entreprises (Fournisseur) FaiblessesLeaderFaiblessesOpportunités R&D (Utilisateur)LeaderFaiblesses R&D (Fournisseur)LeaderOpportunitésFaiblessesOpportunités DIRD (Utilisateur)OpportunitésFaiblesses Leader DIRD (Fournisseur)Faiblesses

26 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 TechnologiesLeadersCompetitorOpportunitiesWeaknesses Design advanced technologies 7044 Advanced materials / high temperatures 7036 Process engineering 5038 Advanceed materials / composites 4354 Eco building 4017 Food safety and quality 3526 Surface treatment and engineering 2536 Rapid tooling and manufacturing 1447 Advanced materials / Fibres 2185 Non-food valorisation of agro products 1249 Fuel cells Mecatronic technologies Lorraine Leader Competitor Opportunities Results – comparative situations

27 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 THIRD STAGE SCENARIOS BUILDING

28 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Strategy : Scenario 1 –1 Weighing system : Emphasising technologies over 30% / general mean Same weight for the different functions Short term technological strategy on excellences poles, low risk Podium : 1.Design advanced technologies 2.Advanced materials /high temperatures 3.Eco building 4.Advanced materials / composites

29 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Strategy : Scenario 1 –2 Podium : 1.Food safety and quality 2.Surface treatment engineering 3.Rapid tooling and manufacturing 4.Advanced materials / composites Weighing system : Emphasising technologies between 10 & 30% / general mean Same weight for the different functions Middle term technological diversification strategy, average risk

30 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Strategy : Scenario 1 – 3 Weighing system : Emphasising technologies between - 10 & 10% / general mean Same weight for the different functions More long term consolidation strategy on high potentiel technologies greater risk Podium : 1.Advanced materials / fibres 2.Advanced material / composites 3.Advanced materials / hautes températures 4.Design advanced technologies

31 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Strategy : Scenario 2-1 Weighing system : Emphasising new current technologies (existing enterprises & short term development) Same weight for the different functions Consolidation strategy on close to the market technologies (job emphasising and development of turn over) Podium : 1.Design advanced technologies 2.Advanced materials / composites 3.Advanced materials / high temperatures 4.Food safety and quality

32 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 Strategy : Scenario 2-2 Weighing system : Emphasising speculative technologies (strong R&D and development) Same weight between technologies Results emphasising emergence strategy of a materials pole Same ranking as before for four technologies: 1.Designe advanced technologies 2.Advanced materials / composites 3.Advanced materials / high tempareture 4.Food safety and quality

33 TENERIFE MEETING APRIL 17th & 18th 2005 STRATIN.C. THANK YOU FOR YOUR KIND ATTENTION


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