EIP state of play European Commission

Report
European Innovation Partnerships
State of Play
Presentation to Council's Research Working Party
4 February 2013
EIPs in Different Stages of Development
2011
Active &
Healthy
Ageing
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2013
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endorsed
2012
Implementation of actions
SIP
Water
Agricultural
Productivity &
Sustainability
Raw Materials
Smart Cities &
Communities
SIP = Strategic Implementation Plan
endorsed
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Implementation of actions
SIP
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Implementation of actions
SIP
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Impl. of actions
SIP
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to be endorsed
SIP
Impl. of actions
EIP-AHA
6 Action Groups
2nd Invitation for Commitments
20 December 2012 – 28 February 2013
• Open to all interested stakeholders (coalitions) to
commit to delivering the EIP Action Plans
• Via online questionnaire + Action-Plan Specific form
6 Action Plans
• Pre-filter by the EC and consulted with the Action
Groups on the allocation of commitments
Implementation
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national, regional and local level
bottom-up approach
creating critical mass and scale
mobilisation of efforts, resources
leveraging funding opportunities
tangible outcomes – benefits for
citizens, care systems and economy
and society
Marketplace – Your Online Platform
15,989 Visits 360 Registered Users 242 Events 268
Initiatives Daily News & Research Publications
EIP-AHA - Scope,EIscale and critical mass
Preliminary results
Action Group
Number of
commitments Main Partners
MS
Citizens
Prescription and
adherence
32
> 1,100
26 EU MS
11 non EU
>3,100,000
Prevention and
early detection,
especially falls
30
> 150
27 EU MS
Programmes active in > 10 MS
Functional decline
and frailty
51
> 1,300
27 EU MS
8 non EU
>2,100,000
Integrated care
67
69
27 EU MS
>400 regions
4,000,000
>1.9 mil patients
Independent
living
Active ageing
45
40
> 17 regions
>10,000 patients
35
800 partners
(consortia of
about 4-5 MS)
27 EU MS
6 non EU
>30 EU cities
>100 regions in the EU
Age Friendly
environments
EIP-AHA
Preliminary results
Horizontal Framework Conditions
Legislation:
• data privacy, medical devices, clinical trials,
standardisation/interoperability
Financial instruments and alignment:
• AAL, Horizon 2020, Public Health Programme, CIP,
Structural Funds
EIP-AHA
Reference Sites
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excellent examples of innovative and efficient good practice with real impact on the ground
transferability and replicability across Europe - when there is clear need for care systems
modernisation
dissemination of good practices – e.g. the couching and training of other regions/care systems
a tool to reduce inequalities in lagging behind regions in terms of health and care outcomes
39 candidate Reference Sites
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self-assessment questionnaire
peer review
stars scoring
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presentation of good practices of RSs
Brussels, July 2013
EIP on AHA: process – progress
Milestones
Sherpas +
coordinators
meeting
Invitation
for
PermReps
Commitment
meeting
- end
Action
Groups
31 May
June
July
Sept
October
Conference of
Partners II 2013
Conference of
Partners I - 2012
Action
Plan
drafts
26 Oct
6 Nov
Common
Action Plan
finalised
Reference
Sites selfassessment –
end
21 Dec
March
2012
6 Oct Sites
Reference
application2010 end
Outcome
indicators –
1st results
June
Nov
2013
Reference
Process
Sites selfindicators –
assessment
1st results
template draft
Reference
Sites –
validation
• Reference Sites
• EIP overall
assessment
• New AGs, if any
EIP-Water
Latest developments
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10 May 2012: Commission Proposal
11 June: Council Conclusions
4 Sep: Steering Group kick off meeting
(25 members of which 3 state government
representatives and 2 local ones)
25 Sep & 30 Nov: Task Force meetings
22 Nov: Presentation to MS Water
Directors
18 Dec 2012: Strategic Implementation
Plan adoption by Steering Group
Next Steps
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4 April 2013: deadline of call for
Expression of Commitments (EoC) for
Action Groups
March & Nov: TF meetings
June & Dec: SG meetings
June: 'Market Place' operational
Oct: EC Communication on SIP (tbc.)
Nov 2013: Annual Conference & 2nd call
for Expressions of Commitments Action
Groups
Monitoring & Evaluation
EIP on Water Tools => Market Place,
Annual Conference, Competitions etc.
Annual
EIP
meeting
On-line
Market
Place
European
Commission
Steering &
coordination
EIP Water
Supported by
secretariat
defined under priority areas
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
Action
Group
EIP tool
X, Y
Report
Guides
Coordinates
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Action Groups => commit to actions
Task Force
(possible Expert Groups) => identification of barriers,
policy recommendations, dissemination strategies, funding opportunities
Advises
Mandates
Steering Group
Recommendations
EIP-Agriculture
Latest developments
- 29 Feb 2012: Commission proposal
- 18 Jun: Council Conclusions
- 7 Aug-15 Oct: Call for Tender for EIP
Network support
- 19 Nov: EIP Stakeholder event - 250 part.
- 15 Jan 2013: First meeting of sherpas
• Next steps
- 21 Feb 2013: First meeting of Steering Board
(42 members of which 3 state governments
representative and 1 local one)
- 1st quarter 2013: Launch of EIP Network
Facility/Service Point (2013 programme: 6
focus groups (20 part.), 3 workshops (80 part.),
and 1 seminars (150 part.)
- June: adoption of SIP by the Steering Board
- Sept: Commission Communication on SIP (tbc.)
- Monitoring & Evaluation
Research & Innovation
Framework:
Steering Board
European Innovation Partnership
‚Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability ‘
Rural
Development
Network
Steering Group
EIP
Network
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Standing
Committee
on Agricultural
Research
(SCAR)
Rural
Development
Committee
ETPs, ERANets, JPIs,
etc.
Rural Development
Policy:
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Cooperation
Knowledge transfer
Pilot projects
Advisory services
Investment
Research projects
Multi-actor projects
Innovation brokers
Thematic networks
Operational
Groups
Member
States
Programmes
Operational
Groups
Operational
Groups
Horizon 2020
Programme
Committee
Operational
Groups
Operational
Groups
Farmers . Advisers . Enterprises . Scientists. NGOs
EIP-Raw Materials
Latest developments
29 February 2012: Commission proposal
13 Oct: Council Conclusions
13 Nov: Conference, early stakeholders
engagement
Dec 2012: Members appointed for all groups
Next steps
Preparation of SIP
• 23 Jan 2013: Sherpa meeting
• 12 Feb 2013: High Level Steering
Group (HLSG, 26 members, of which
7 state government representatives)
June/July: HLSG to adopt SIP
July: Reporting to Council on EIP progress
Sep 2013: EC Communication on SIP
EIP-Raw Materials
Next steps …
• A call for commitments in 2013, to be agreed by HLSG,
timing to be specified
• Establishment of a 'market place' is considered as well
• Monitoring and evaluation: preparatory meetings in Sept
2013, execution late 2014
EIP-Smart Cities
Implementation ideal timeline
July 2012: Commission proposal
Next steps in 2013:
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February 2013: Council Conclusions
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March - April: Sherpa meetings
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May: 1st meeting of High Level Steering Group
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September: SIP to be adopted by the High Level Steering Group
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October: Communication on SIP
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November/ December: EIP event
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Implementation, monitoring and evaluation
EIP Smart Cities- Governance
High Level Group (around 23 members of which 1 from
central government and 6 from cities)
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Prepares SIP, which includes joint vision and goal, joint targets,
proposals for implementation
Steer and assess implementation of SIP
Lead by example in development and promotion of EIP actions
Representatives of industry, cities, civil society, relevant EU initiatives acting in personal capacity
Assisted by Sherpas (larger than HLG) and EC
Stakeholder Platform
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Input to SIP
Exchange of knowledge
Thank you!
More information
http://ec.europa.eu/research/innovationunion/index_en.cfm?pg=eip

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