Innovation-Led Clusters: A Benchmarking Report (TechVision)

A Benchmarking Study on Innovation-led clusters

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Innovation-led clusters are geographical concentrations of interconnected companies, universities, research & development organizations and government bodies that collaborate to support an innovation ecosystem that increases productivity and spurring new innovations. Some well-known examples of clusters are Silicon Valley, the automotive district of Detroit, the film industry of Hollywood, the wineries of France and the financial district of New York. This report studies Innovation-led clusters across the following clusters: Healthcare, Energy, Materials & Coatings, Information & Communication Technologies and Automation & Electronics. The significance of the clusters across each industry has been covered, best practices in each cluster have been identified, innovation-led clusters have been benchmarked to obtain a comparative assessment and key findings for each industry group have been listed.

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Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryA Macro Level Perspective of Innovation Led ClusterInnovation-Led Clusters in HealthcareA Sneak PreviewInnovation-Led Clusters in Healthcare Significance of Innovation-Led ClustersBenchmarking Clusters for HealthcareUnited States–Innovation-Led Clusters Best PracticesMassachusetts SuperclusterMassachusetts Supercluster (continued)Massachusetts Supercluster (continued)San Francisco Bay AreaSan Francisco Bay Area (continued)San Francisco Bay Area (continued) Germany–Innovation-Led Clusters Best PracticesBerlin-Brandenburg Capital Region Berlin-Brandenburg Capital Region (continued) Berlin-Brandenburg Capital Region (continued) Munich-Bavaria Biotech ClusterMunich-Bavaria Biotech Cluster (continued)Munich-Bavaria Biotech Cluster (continued)Singapore–Innovation-Led ClustersTuas Biomedical ParkTuas Biomedical Park (continued)Tuas Biomedical Park (continued)BiopolisBiopolis (continued)Biopolis (continued)Benchmarking Innovation-Led ClustersBenchmarking Clusters–Model for Comparing PerformancesKey ConclusionsInnovation-Led Clusters in Materials & CoatingsA Sneak PreviewKey FindingsInnovation-Led Clusters in Materials and CoatingsSignificance of Innovation-Led ClustersClusters Considered for EvaluationUSA—Innovation-Led Clusters Best PracticesOak Ridge Carbon Fiber Composites Consortium Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI) Vehicle Technology Area (VTA)Polymers and Plastics ClusterGermany—Innovation-Led Clusters Best PracticesNanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM)Technologies for Hybrid Lightweight Construction KITe hyLITEMAI Carbon Cluster Management GmbHSouth Korea—Innovation-Led ClustersCarbon Fiber Industrial ClusterUlsan Technopark (UTP)Benchmarking Innovation-Led ClustersBenchmarking for Comparing Performance of ClustersKey ConclusionsInnovation-Led Clusters in EnergyA Sneak PreviewSignificance of Innovation-Led Clusters in Energy & EnvironmentElements of Innovation-Led Clusters in Energy & EnvironmentBenchmarking CountriesCleantech Clusters Considered for EvaluationUSA–Innovation-Led ClustersBest Practices–Key Global Learnings from Silicon Valley, USA Benchmarking Clusters–USA ModelBenchmarking Clusters–USA Model (continued)Israel–Innovation-Led ClustersBest Practices–Key Global Learnings from Silicon Wadi, Israel Benchmarking Clusters–Israeli ModelBenchmarking Clusters–Israeli Model (continued)China–Innovation-Led ClustersBest Practices–Key Global Learnings from Dezhou, China Benchmarking Clusters–China ModelBenchmarking Clusters–China Model (continued)Key FindingsKey ConclusionsInnovation-Led Clusters in Automation & ElectronicsA Sneak Preview Automation and Electronics Innovation ClusterKey FindingsSignificance of Innovation Led ClustersFactors Influencing Automation and Electronics Innovation Led ClustersCountries Considered for AssessmentInnovation-Led Clusters–Case StudiesFlexible Electronics Cluster: FlexMatter-Northeast Ohio, USAFlexible Electronics Cluster: Forum Organic Electronics- Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan, GermanyFlexible Electronics Cluster: Jeonbuk, KoreaPhotonics Cluster: Florida Photonics Cluster, Florida, USAPhotonics Cluster: Optonet, Thuringia, GermanyPhotonics Cluster: Korean Association for Photonics Industry, Seoul, KoreaGlobal Best Practices and Key LearningsUSA: Flexmatter-Best PracticesUSA: Florida Photonics-Best PracticesGermany: Forum Organic Electronics-Best PracticesGermany: Optonet-Best PracticesKorea: Printed Electronic Center-Best PracticesKorea Association for Photonics-Best PracticesBenchmarking Countries Best PracticesCluster Benchmarking–Impact AnalysisBenchmarking Clusters–ModelKey TakeawaysConclusionsKey Conclusions-USAKey Conclusions-GermanyKey Conclusions-KoreaInnovation-Led Clusters for ICT – A Sneak PreviewKey FindingsWhat is an Innovation-Led Cluster? Cluster Models and Role of Cluster PoliciesDrivers and Restraints for Initiating ClustersSignificance of Information and Communications-based ClustersSignificance of Trending Information and Communication TechnologiesElements of Innovation-Led Clusters in ICTInnovation-led Clusters across Different RegionsClusters Considered for EvaluationInnovation-led Clusters across North AmericaSilicon Valley Tech Park (North California), USAResearch Triangle Park (North Carolina ), USAInnovation-led Clusters across Europe OULU, Finland - EuropeSilicon Wadi, Israel - EuropeKista Science City,Sweden - EuropeInnovation-led Clusters across Asia-PacificScience Park, Singapore–Asia PacificZhongguancun Innovation Park, China—Asia PacificBenchmarking Innovation-led ClustersBenchmarking for Comparing Performance of ClustersKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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