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Paving the way for commercialization of R&D results in micro- and nanomanufacturing

: Meyer, Tanja

Präsentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-2093762 (872 KByte PDF)
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COMS 2012, Commercialization of Micro and Nano Systems : 24th-27th June 2012, Tønsberg, Vestfold, Norway, CD-ROM
Tonsberg, 2012
20 Folien
Conference on Commercialization of Micro and Nano Systems (COMS) <17, 2012, Tonsberg>
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IPA ()
MicroNanoManufacturing Technologies (MNMT); microtechnology; Nanofertigung; Nanotechnologie; nanotechnology; Technologietransfer; MINAM; Industrie

How to overcome the barriers for a better even non existing market exploitation with researchers, investors and SMEs not able to speak about in an understandable way to one another. Different policies tackling the commercialisation phrase to uptake the R&D results paving the way to complete a full innovation circle. Currently, discussing a new picture on the European level within Horizon 2020 over the multi-dimensional innovation process gives researchers, investors and SMEs the chance to lowering the barriers; lack of business vision and clear market targets, lack of planning for commercialisation/financing strategy, lack of visibility of nanotech business opportunities, and lack of exhaust the possibilities for public funding. Presenting in an effective manner some ways for new business models where collaboration especially in high-tech areas for application developers and technology providers ensure a common advance trough accelerated product and production process developments. Especially some technical areas such as 'new flexible and adaptive equipment/production lines to power-up lab-scale technologies', 'Use of New materials', 'enhanced product integration at lower costs' will remain having a major impact for the community. New collaboration thinking including Open Innovation approaches by certain stakeholders in the European area (Technology platforms) through regional support (clusters,) to local support (technology transfer offices) disseminated through educational entry and trainings should be a key action.