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  1. 1. Role of innovation in FDI and SME development in Singapore Session 8 – 24 Nov 2015 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 1
  2. 2. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 2
  3. 3. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 3
  4. 4. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 1 EQUIP  best practices Singapore commercial viability issues CONNECT  discussion  examples CREATE  capacity building options EXPLORE  budgeting process  funds allocation Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 4
  5. 5. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore Small & Medium Enterprises (SME) in Singapore  not a public listed company  30% local equity  annual sales turnover of not more than S$100 million OR not more than 200 workers Source: Association of Small & Medium Enterprises, www.asme.org.sg accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 5
  6. 6.  “To prosper, Singapore has to be relevant to the world. We must be exceptional.”  “We must share the fruits of our collective efforts.”  “Leaders are stewards. … when the time comes, they should relinquish their positions so that the next generation of leaders can take us to greater heights.” Heng Swee Kiat (Minister of Finance)’s summary of LEE KUAN YEW’s worldview: Source: Shashi Jayakumar and Rahul Sagar (editors), The Big Ideas of Lee Kuan Yew, Straits Times Press, Singapore 2015, pp.37f. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 6
  7. 7. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion | 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 7
  8. 8. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore 1961 Dutch economist Dr Albert Winsemius advised Singapore on industrialisation. 1973 Ministry of Science & Technology started Applied Research Corporation (ARC) to offer SMEs economic services, business management, engineering systems and industrial R&D. 1980 SINGAPORE SCIENCE PARK set-up to promote research, development & innovation in the Asia Pacific region. 1981 Apple Computer to manufacture PCs in Singapore for world 1982 Seagate Technology first disk drive manufacturer in Singapore 1984 First wafer fabrication plant in Asia outside of Japan Keymilestones Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 8
  9. 9. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore 1991 National Science & Technology Board (NSTB) set-up to increase capabilities in science and technology. 1992 NSTB funded the set-up of: • Magnetics Technology Centre • Centre for Wireless Communications • Remote Imaging Sensing and Processing 1996 - 1998 International manufacturers set-up: • Institute of High Performance Computing • Environmental Technology Institute Keymilestones Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 9
  10. 10. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore 2000 ONE-NORTH set-up to collocate biomedical research entrepreneurs and scientists from public and private sectors to derive synergies from closer interactions. Genome Institute of Singapore launched. 2002 NSTB renamed Agency for Science and Technology (A*Star) to drive the knowledge economy. 2006 National Research Foundation (NRF) was established under Prime Minister’s Office. 2008 Fusionpolis launched to collocate research institutes in material science & engineering, data storage, microelectronics, manufacturing technology, mechatronics, automation and metrology. Keymilestones Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 10
  11. 11. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore 2009 The Science and Engineering Research Council (SERC) built under one centre, 7 research institutes: • chemistry • computational and device technologies • information communications and media • materials • manufacturing technology • mechatronics and automation • metrology Keymilestones Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 11
  12. 12. Research, Innovation & Enterprise (RIE) value chain in Singapore Prime Minister’s Office A*STAR research institutes Industry and Enterprise NRF and other ministries and agencies Ministry of Defence Defence Research, Innovation and Enterprise Council supported by the National Research Foundation (NRF) DSO National Laboratories institutes of higher learning hospitals & medical centres ministries & other government labs National Medical Research Council Health corporate labs other labs Ministries Trade & Industry Education R & D Funding Bodies R & D Performers Economic Development Board A*STAR Academic Research Council Source: www.nrf.gov.sg accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 12
  13. 13. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore Source: www.nrf.gov.sg accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Research Innovation Enterprise A*STAR Universities SPRING Polytechnics EDB National Research Foundation Ministry of Education Ministry of Trade & Industry Ministry of Health The RIE Framework Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 13
  14. 14. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore The RIE collaborations innovation clusters ecosystems accelerators co-locations 2012s 2000s 2020s 2015s INNOVATE TO DIFFERENTIATE to be “Future Ready” Research Innovation Enterprise
  15. 15. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore The RIE collaborations co-locations2000s  Biopolis  Fusionopolis  Block 71, One North  JTC LaunchPad @ One North research institutes to collocate with corporate laboratories Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 15
  16. 16. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore The RIE collaborations accelerators2012s  Partnership for Capability Transformation (PACT) SMEs & large organisations co-innovate, share technology test-bedding, expedite knowledge transfers and adopt common best practices.  Sector Specific Accelerators  for Clean Technology – e.g. TechBridge Ventures; Clearbridge.  for Medical – e.g. Singapore MedTech Accelerator; AIT Biotech & Sys-Mac Automation Engineering to identify, invest and grow start-ups in specific sectors
  17. 17. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore The RIE collaborations eco-systems2015s bundling of technologies, know-how and expertise  Intellectual Property Intermediary (IPI) IPI helps SMEs to source for technology and know-how in private and public sectors, global or local, needed for innovations to transform SME’s business and accelerate growth.  Technology Transfer Offices (TTOs) TTOs commercialise and transfer IP and technologies developed by host institutions
  18. 18. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore The RIE collaborations innovation clusters2020s  additive manufacturing  building energy efficiency  advanced robotics  internet of things online gateway to link industry innovators and enterprises
  19. 19. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore  a statutory board under Ministry of Law.  for businesses: to create, own, protect and profit from ideas and knowledge.  for IP professionals: to upgrade technical expertise and provide opportunities to network and exchange views.  for international stakeholders: for cross-border co-operation and connectivity.  for general public, government and youths: to educate and raise IP awareness. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 19
  20. 20. Source: World Intellectual Property Organization, www.wipo.int accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Intellectual Property Development In Singapore YEAR PATENT TRADEMARK INDUSTRIAL DESIGN 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 451 705 857 947 1,828 1,967 1,899 2,397 3,728 3,786 3,325 4,229 4572 4,884 5,470 3,691 6,126 4,308 5,570 8,757 7,306 9,042 11,967 13,796 14,465 13,704 16,111 19,204 18,262 21,841 0 0 366 302 821 1,238 1,153 1,281 1,754 1,559 1,303 1,841 2,136 1,819 2.824 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 20
  21. 21. 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 2000 2004 2008 2012 PATENT TRADEMARK INDUSTRIAL DESIGN Source: World Intellectual Property Organization, www.wipo.int accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Intellectual Property Development In Singapore Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 21
  22. 22. Source: World Intellectual Property Organization, www.wipo.int accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Patent Application By Top Fields Of Technology (1999-2013) FIELD OF TECHNOLOGY SHARE Semiconductors Computer technology Audio-visual technology Electrical machinery, apparatus, energy Measurement Digital communication Biotechnology Telecommunications Medical technology Optics Others TOTAL 16.21 11.37 8.56 5.10 4.76 4.00 3.84 3.78 3.65 3.32 35.41 100.00 % Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 22
  23. 23. Source: World Intellectual Property Organization, www.wipo.int accessed on 28 Sep 2015 Singapore’s Top Patent Applicants In 2013 APPLICANT PUBLICATION WORLD RANK 1) Agency of Science, Technology and Research 2) Nanyang Technological University 3) National University of Singapore 4) Mediatek Singapore Pte Ltd 5) DH Technologies Development Pte Ltd 6) Unisantis Electronics Singapore Pte Ltd 7) Heptagon Micro Optics Pte Ltd 8) MEMC Singapore Pte Ltd 9) Siemens Medical Instruments Pte Ltd 10) Vela Operations Pte Ltd 101 75 69 55 49 12 11 10 10 10 212 288 311 380 435 1615 1728 1881 1881 1881 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 23
  24. 24. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore  advance scientific discoveries and develop innovative technologies.  bridge the gap between academia and industry. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 24
  25. 25. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 25
  26. 26. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore  a private sector-led movement for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs;  connects aspiring entrepreneurs to resources, people and knowledge;  be the voice of entrepreneurs for relevant policy changes; and  support schools and youths in entrepreneurship. [Singapore has a Minister for Entrepreneurship] Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 26
  27. 27. Scientific methods used ✓ DNA Analysis ✓ Stable Isotopes ✓ Wood Anatomy PARTNERS  governments (Americas, Africa, Europe & Asia)  foundations  scientific centres of excellence  “Pte Ltd” (SME) based in Singapore  international Certification Body Timber traceable in supply chain. Double Helix Tracking Technologies Pte Ltd (www.naturesbarcode.com) Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 27
  28. 28. Singapore-designed Electric Taxi (Nanyang Technological University + Technische Universitaet Muenhcen = TUM-CREATE) Source: Priscilla Goy, Five features of the ‘made in Singapore” electric taxi, In: The Straits Times published May 12, 2015, 11:51 AM SGT (www.straitstimes.com) (1) Fast charging: 15 minutes to charge for 200 km range. Conventional electric cars take 8 hours to charge for 160 km range. (2) Energy efficient: Overhead air-conditioning & fan in seats. (3) Carbon fibre body: Five times stronger than steel, two-thirds the weight. (4) Low carbon footprint: 300,000 taxis ply Singapore roads, travel 15% of distance covered by vehicles and constitute 5% of vehicle population. (5) Child seat: In-built within taxi. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 28
  29. 29. “made-in- Singapore” electric taxi Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 29
  30. 30. Singapore -designed electric taxi Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 30
  31. 31. BABY SEAT Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 31
  32. 32. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion | 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 32
  33. 33. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore Source: Speech by Mr S. Iswaran, then Minister, Prime Minister Office & Second Minister for Home Affairs & Second Minister for Trade & Industry, at The Singapore Economic Review Conference Dinner 2015, 5 Aug 2015 at Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore’s R&D budget: 10-fold increase in 20 years, from S$0.76 billion in 1991 to S$7.57 billion in 2013.  Biomedical sciences  Environmental technologies  Water technologies RESULTS (new high-tech industries)  Connectivity in a resurgent Asia  Relevance to disruptive technologies  Deeper & adaptable work-skills innovations needed in the third millennium (to be “future ready”) Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 33
  34. 34. Programmes under NRF:  Campus for Technological Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE)  Digital Economy and Interactive Digital Media R&D  Energy & Environment Research  Innovation and Enterprise Office to help start-up companies commercialise new technologies and create jobs  National Cybersecurity to improve the trustworthiness of cyber infrastructure in Singapore  Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Planning and Coordination to ensure whole- of-government approach to growing the BMS sector in Singapore Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 34
  35. 35. RIE2020 The next 5-year plan under RIE 2020 will focus our investments in key areas where Singapore has a competitive advantage and a strategic need and where we can best leverage R&D to support Singapore’s future economic growth and build a resilient nation. Building on the R&D ecosystem that has been established over the years, specialist expertise would be further deepened and strengthened in the priority areas to be identified. The details of RIE 2020 are still being fleshed out, but I have no doubt that it will position Singapore to continue reaping the benefits of our investments in R&D for many years to come. by H.E. Dr Tony Tan, President of Singapore Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 35
  36. 36. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 Refer toHandout: Singapore’s Achievements Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion| 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 36
  37. 37. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 www.cscollege.gov.sg www.facebook.com/CivilServiceCollegeSingapore Role of innovation in FDI and SME development in Singapore (1) Process to identify and produce commercially viable innovations Industry participation, global peer reviews & a close watch while innovating. (2) Resource allocation and budgeting process Clear dos and don’ts in project financing and management. (3) Class discussion How Singapore can add value to participants’ countries? Summary Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 37
  38. 38. © Civil Service College, Singapore, Jan 2013 All copyright, trade marks and other intellectual property rights comprised in the information, text, graphics, data or any other materials or works used on or contained in this document (collectively "the Materials") are the sole and exclusive property of Civil Service College, Singapore and/or its licensors. No part of the Materials may be reproduced, copied, reverse compiled, adapted, distributed, commercially exploited, displayed or transmitted in any manner or by any means or stored in any information retrieval system without prior written consent of Civil Service College, Singapore. Scope | Viability | Budgeting | Discussion | 24 Nov 2015 CHARLES CHOW Slide 38

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