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 ARCHIMEDES 7TH END-­‐‑USER AND OPERATOR DRIVEN ROUNDTABLE SECURITY RESEARCH: INNOVATION MANAGEMENT February 20th 21st , 2014 Aix-­‐‑en-­‐‑Provence, France  Agenda Day 1, February 20th, 2014 9.00 am 9.15 am Departure from the Best Western Hotel to the French Academy for Fire, Rescue and Civil Protection Officers (ENSOSP) Meeting point : hotel lobby Welcome 9.15 -­‐‑ 9.30 am Short introduction to Archimedes By Hara CARACOSTAS, European Organisation for Security (EOS) Topic 1 : Understanding innovation management and the Archimedes innovation management framework Animated by Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), ISDEFE and GESA 1-­‐‑ Innovation management phases, tools and methodologies 9.30 -­‐‑ 12.30 pm By Olga VYBORNOVA, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) By David SANCHEZ GARCIA, ISDEFE By Hara CARACOSTAS, EOS 2-­‐‑ The place of security innovation in an EU&O organisation By Amaia SOPELANA GATO, European project INNOSEC 1 3-­‐‑ Needs for information-­‐‑sharing mechanism to boost security research implementation in demand side -­‐‑ supply side -­‐‑ policymakers interface By Pierre-­‐‑Alain FONTEYNE, Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) By David SANCHEZ GARCIA, ISDEFE By Goetz VON ARMIN, GESA 12.30 -­‐‑ 2.00 pm Lunch buffet
Topic 2 : The innovation management lifecycle Animated by Michel MOULINET, European project INSEC, ALMA Consulting Group and Luigi REBUFFI, EOS 1-­‐‑ Solution exploration process By Jean-­‐‑Michel DUMAZ, Pôle Risques By Michel MOULINET and Mrs. Cecilia TATU, European project INSEC 2.00 -­‐‑ 5.00 pm 2-­‐‑ Product development process By Bruno MASNOU, [email protected] 3-­‐‑ Validation & certification process By Gilles DUSSERRE, Ecole des Mines d’Ales 4-­‐‑ Uptake & exploitation process By Miguel MATEU, Spanish Guardia Civil 5.00 -­‐‑ 7.30 pm 7.30 pm Break
Organized dinner at the Best Western Hotel de l’Arbois (97 rue du Docteur Albert Aynayd – 13857, Aix-­‐‑en-­‐‑Provence)
2 Day 2, February 21st, 2014 Departure from the Best Western Hotel to the French Academy for Fire, Rescue and Civil Protection Officers (ENSOSP) 9.00 am Meeting point : hotel lobby Synthesis and key recommendations Animated by Christian SOMMADE, French High Committee for Civil Defence (HCFDC) 9.15 -­‐‑ 12.15 pm 12.15 – 2.00 pm Lunch buffet 3  Concept paper In Europe, Innovation process in security field faces many gaps – fragmented EU security market, heterogeneous regulations between the different States, lack of standardization, etc. The roundtable aims at defining an innovative management model to make the process of bringing research development to the market faster and more efficient through innovative tools and policy. Topic 1 : Understanding innnovation management and the ARCHIMEDES Innovation management framework 1-­‐‑ Innovation management phases, tools and methodologies The purpose of this session will be to discuss the different phases of innovation management and the tools and methodologies to be used and developed in order to facilitate innovation management in the security field. More precisely, the participants could discuss the following issues: •
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When does innovation process start? When does it end? Who in security field identifies the capability gaps? And the necessity to innovate? How the developed innovative product/service becomes available for daily exploitation with support and maintenance? Who are the end-­‐‑users in the security field? How to define them? What is their profile? What is the mechanism ensuring that the final product/service meets the capability gap and end-­‐‑user needs? Is it necessary and is it desirable to involve end-­‐‑users in all stages of innovation management? In the solution exploration? In the development? What main restraints exist for future security innovation? Potential barriers from EU and local regulations and standards concerning the innovation process in security? 2-­‐‑ The place of security innovation in an EU&O organisation •
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What are the advantages of having innovation management, more specifically security innovation, policy in an organisation? How R&D can contribute to improving the performance of EU&Os’ operations? Where to obtain the newest innovation solutions in different security domains? What triggers the decision to innovate? 4 3-­‐‑ Needs for information-­‐‑sharing mechanism to boost security research implementation in demand side – supply side – policymakers interface •
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International and EU cooperation Communication to stakeholders and general public Information tools, training and awareness creation on innovation management in the field of security Topic 2 : The innovation management lifecycle 1-­‐‑ Solution exploration process •
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Possibilities for EU&Os to influence the processes of technological solutions exploration. Possibilities for EU&Os to participate in establishing performance, functional, design and material requirements. Possibilities and added-­‐‑value for EU&Os to participate in resource study, feasibility study and risk analysis. 2-­‐‑ Product development process •
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Possibilities and added-­‐‑value for EU&Os to participate in the product development process. What development methodologies are available and what needs improvement? 3-­‐‑ Validation & certification process •
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Possibilities for EU&Os to be involved in the pilots preparation or trials of new products/services/processes. Possibilities and added-­‐‑value for EU&Os to participate in the formal evaluation of a new product/service What validation methodologies are available and what needs improvement? Possibilities for EU&Os to be involved in the product/service/process certification What role can certification and standards play in EU&Os decision-­‐‑making process to innovate? •
Do certification and standards play a role in EU&O’s innovation management? Do they facilitate it? If so, how? If not, why not? •
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Is there a need for updated standards for established technologies and for new standards for emerging areas of security? •
Obstacles brought by EU and local regulations concerning certification processes and standardisation activities. 4-­‐‑ Uptake & exploitation process •
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Time-­‐‑lapse between operational need identification and exploitation of technological solutions End-­‐‑to-­‐‑End approach How to deal with urgent needs? Synthesis and key recommendations The aim of this session is to do a synthesis of what have been discussed between the participants on the different issues and to define clear recommendations in terms of end-­‐‑
users and operators needs in the field of innovation management. 6