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  • UPSIDE – Internationalisation
    will be achieved via better integration the UPSIDE clusters in the global value chains securing access to key enabling technologies and cost efficient supply chains worldwide in the targeted fields of 1 smart energy 2 intelligent transportation solutions and smart mobility 3 smart public services 4 health and smart living Regarding this goal exchange of knowledge and technology transfer between the UPSIDE regions and strategic international partners mutual learning and joint input to the development of the addressed value chains holds a central role An important aspect here is also stronger self positioning and increased visibility in the international arena for UPSIDE clusters and regions to be acknowledged as leading players in their fields and partners of choice for other excellent companies clusters regions all over the world Generating new revenues in the target markets Asia and North America From the perspective of the cluster companies the rationale of internationalisation activities ultimately comes down to increased competitiveness and higher revenues This will be achieved via entering new markets in Asia and North America potentially also in Australia identified as offering the best opportunities for the UPSIDE clusters and their members Both soft landing as well as assistance in the form of various practical services supporting e g setting up pilots building competitive business units joint ventures in the target markets are necessary for this aim To provide services that are truly valuable to the companies of the UPSIDE regions collaboration with strong local partners the shortlisted international cluster as well as other stakeholders with in depth market knowledge access to relevant information networks etc are invaluable In this context the below travels were executed follow link for more details Silicon Valley USA September 2014 Montreal Canada December 2014 Poona Mumbai India January 2015 Atlanta USA and Puerto Rico August 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/activities/internationalisation/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – Mentoring
    will contribute to the set up and development of research driven clusters in the Central European Mediterranean and Baltic Area Here you can find the links to the reports of the implemented mentorings Bled Slovenia June 2014 Maribor Slovenia March 2015 Kielce Poland April 2015 Skopje Macedonia October 2015 Interested in latest UPSIDE activities Sign up for our newsletter Name Email Calendar May 2016 Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/activities/mentoring/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – Partners
    Science City eGovlab Interactive Institute Bevel Baltic Innovation Agency Tartu City Government E ZAVOD Municipality of Maribor CityRegion Eindhoven TU Eindhoven Living Labs Global Event Calendar News Archive Newsletter Contact Privacy Partners Home Partners Partners Christian The UPSIDE partnership has been developed as a complementary consortium In all participating clusters regions ICT is a very important policy driver but they implement the triple helix concept and their research and innovation activities in different ways The UPSIDE consortium partnership constituted of Two leading and highly innovative research driven ICT based clusters namely CyberForum and Kista Science City being among the top three European ICT clusters in terms of employments One high tech region Brainport Eindhoven leading for ICT innovation in several domains One recently established and dynamic research driven ICT cluster mCluster in Tartu Estonia with a strong development pace and strong networks in the Baltic Area One emerging cluster to be established in the framework of the project Maribor Living Lab Global with global expertise in the scope of the project Our project partners abbreviation in particular are CyberForum e V CyberForum City of Karlsruhe Economic Development Department EDDKA inno AG inno Stiftelsen Elektronikcentrum i Kista Kista eGovlab Stockholm University

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/partners/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – CyberForum e.V. (CyberForum)
    CyberForum e V CyberForum Christian CyberForum e V was founded in 1997 as Private Public Partnership PPP which was strongly developing over the years to become a forum and platform for IT stakeholders and companies Meanwhile it has strongly developed to become a powerful network and is among the biggest and most successful IT networks in Germany with currently more than 850 members The current core figures are Over 1000 companies in CyberForum e V employ about 20 000 staff In the Technology Region Karlsruhe TRK approx 3 600 IT companies employ about 28 000 staff This does not include companies such as Burda IBM or SAP which are not located in the TRK but are part of the iRegion Karlsruhe Cluster Over the past ten years the sector showed an annual increase of staff by approx 7 9 Further members are research institutions such as Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT joint body of University of Karlsruhe and Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe Forschungszentrum Informatik FZI and Fraunhofer IOSB Business will especially be involved in the project through The Special Interest Group Mobile Region Karlsruhe an initiative bringing together about 50 companies research organisations and public bodies involved in mobile technologies and applications The initiative regroups the leading companies that offer solutions and services in this area The SaaS4KMU Software as a Service for SMEs network is a partnership of over 15 businesses mainly SMEs and research organisation managed by CyberForum and dealing with new cloud computing solutions Contribution to the project CyberForum and its members will be involved in all the projects activities and lead the consortium CyberForum will be also specifically in charge of WP2 Communication and dissemination Interested in latest UPSIDE activities Sign up for our newsletter Name Email Calendar May 2016 Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su 1

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/partners/cyberforum/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – City of Karlsruhe Economic Development Department (EDDKA)
    any other support policy advising is the core competence It steers the Cities cluster approach and initiates and co coordinates the clusters in Karlsruhe CyberForum EnergieForum AEN These Clusters affect the economic development of the Technology Region Karlsruhe and bring in their experience in cross cluster activities After the first fast track CLOE project the EDD is part of the relevant Ministry driven boards to support cluster politics in Baden Württemberg The direct reliable contact on top level leads to fast implementation of projects results into a further regional cluster policy development It might lead similar to the experiences made in CLOE to the strategic use of ERDF for this aims Since 2009 the City of Karlsruhe has set up the SmarterCity Karlsruhe Initiative with partners from research and industries Global aims of the initiative are Coalescence of digital physical and service infrastructure Active involvement of citizens Allocation of intelligent services and infrastructures for information communication and mobility New business models international visibility Contribution to the project The Project results will directly be transferred into the Cities Cluster politics and the Karlsruhe 2020 Strategy The EDD will also contribute to the project by bringing in experience in the in the

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/partners/edd-ka/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – inno AG (inno)
    of Technology KIT From the start inno has worked internationally in the field of assisting and partnering in processes which turn knowledge into value inno supports municipalities regions and nations in defining and implementing strategies to develop their economic competitiveness and innovation success inno is dedicated to creating returns from investments in knowledge generation inno partners with public and private institutions in stimulating and fostering the foundation and growth of knowledge based businesses inno has offices in Karlsruhe Rostock Leipzig Berlin Sophia Antipolis and Stockholm and employs about 60 staff members inno Germany in this proposal we name the operative unit of inno AG in Karlsruhe inno Germany will coordinate inno s participation in the project Contribution to the project inno Germany will have first the responsibility of moderating the establishment of regional agendas and the definition of the Joint Action Plan on behalf of all clusters In the second project phase inno Germany will support the implementation of specific measures according to its expertise especially with respect to the overall trans regional aspects of the measures inno Germany will also coordinate the mentoring activities of the consortium and support the coordinator with the implementation of the activities Interested in

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/partners/inno/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – Stiftelsen Elektronikcentrum i Kista (Kista Science City)
    the major ICT companies to have established a presence in Kista Science City There are also over a thousand other ICT companies of all sizes along with some 6 800 students currently studying ICT courses at Stockholm University and the Royal Institute of Technology The Electrum Foundation was founded in 1986 by the City of Stockholm and Ericsson in partnership with the Royal Institute of Technology KTH and Stockholm University to pursue strategies that ensure continued growth in science and the creation of an attractive environment for the growth of ICT industries The Electrum Foundation is a living example of a healthy collaboration between research academia the City of Stockholm and the business community i e a triple helix structure The Electrum Foundation is active in issues concerning higher ICT education global growth and innovation and its board includes the City of Stockholm s mayor representatives from Stockholm Business Region Ericsson Swedish ICT Research IBM the Royal Institute of Technology KTH and Stockholm University The Electrum Foundation develops dynamic business environments education and scientific environments at the forefront of international research and urban environments with attractive and efficient infrastructures jobs services trade culture and leisure Kista Science City is the operative entity creating alliances maintaining processes and networks initiating support projects that join together business university research and public sector players and facilitating contact with STING the regional business incubator In addition Kista actors are currently opening the Stockholm Science Innovation School Kista in close collaboration with KTH and Stockholm University with a defined challenge calling for intelligent transport solutions Contribution to the project Kista Science City will contribute to the project by making an ITS test bed available to the partners Kista Science City s experience in both regional national and European ICT activities will support the project Kista

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/partners/kista/ (2016-05-02)
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  • UPSIDE – eGovlab – Stockholm University (eGovlab)
    Innovation Interdisciplinarity Creativity Participation Privacy Knowledge Diversity and Inclusion Transparency and Accountability Profile of eGovlab The test bed A strong open environment to test upcoming innovations in eGovernment service delivery nationally and internationally and contribute to the dissemination and take up of the end results Demonstrate through live use cases the potential of connected eGovernment A network of stakeholders A network of stakeholders to share knowledge and experience in eServices and eGovernance to learn from each other and provide a platform for cooperation as well as help reduce costs for testing of eServices and systems and increase the spread of solutions for eGovernance Applied Research focus in the following areas Modernisation of public sector systems and eServices Configurable Process Models eDemocracy and participative decision making Policy and Decision Support Argument Visualisation Internet of Things IoT Cloud Services eGovlab contributions to community Recruitment of developers and researchers as well as students on all levels to the university qualified work force for stakeholders sponsors and society at large Test Bed A place where governments public sector innovators and businesses can view and utilise first hand innovative technologies and demonstrations of applied research Conceptualisation Assist sponsors and innovators in creating new product concepts provide critical feedback during various stages of product development or help to reframe an existing product line Argument Visualisation and Decision Support Offer knowledge and expertise in the above areas to stakeholders for support and consultation Intellectual Property Generation of patents on new innovative products and methods Open Source Innovation Support and foster open innovation that can be built upon by future generations in a collaborative community focused manner Our platforms capacity building tool sets will also harness the potential of the open source movement especially within the developing world context Business Incubation O ffer the use the facilities to

    Original URL path: http://www.upside-project.eu/partners/egovlab/ (2016-05-02)
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