RIETI Policy Symposium (2008.1.11)

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RIETI Policy Symposium (2008.1.11)
Innovation Process and Performance: Findings and lessons from
inventors surveys in Japan, the U.S., and Europe
Future R&D Strategy and Policy
Nobuyuki Osakabe
General Manager
Advanced Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd.
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Innovation
Challenges
Productivity Improvement
Environmental conservation
Declining population
Scarce resources
Product
R&D process
Production process
Sales process
Service process
Science
Natural, social, human
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The Challenges for R&D
■ Difficulty of adapting technology to
increasingly complex market needs →
Human capital development process
■
Gateway management
■
Open innovation
■
Globalization
■
Collaboration / Individual capability
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Cooperative creation & revenue management
‹ Fortify social innovation business
‹ Maximize synergy with infrastructure technology/products
‹ Profit-focused innovation
Social Innovation Business
Social infrastructure
business
Power systems
Railway systems
Govt. systems
Industrial infrastructure
business
Automotive
equipment systems
Industrial systems
Financial systems
Life infrastructure
business
Urban systems
Home ICT systems
Medical systems
Information Infrastructure Business
IT platforms
System solutions
Infrastructure Technology/Products
Semiconductors
Materials
Motors/Inverters
Panels
Hard disk drives
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Hitachi Group Research Schemes
Term
Management Strategy
Business/Technology
Strategy
Creation of nextgeneration
core businesses /
new businesses
Group R&D
Present
2 years
5 years
10 years
Mid-term Management Plan
Long-term Technology Development Plan
Business Strategy Roadmap
Expansion/incubation of
No. 1 businesses
Paradigm-shifting Technology
Hitachi Group Platform Research
&
Technology Platforms Across the Group
Sponsored Research
Hitachi Group
Frontier Research
Adv. Sponsored
Research
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Research Schemes – Types of Research Sphere of research schemes
Wide
Range of Application
Focused
Category
Sponsored
Research
Advanced
Sponsored
Research
Group
Frontier
Research
Long
Group Platform
Research
Time to Market
Short
Purpose
Group
Frontier
Research
Group
Platform
Research
Adv.
Sponsored
Research
Sponsored
Research
Basic /
Frontier
research
Common
platform
technology
research
New business
research
New product
research
• Exploration of
• Speed-up Hitachi • R&D on
new core business Group productivity, technology inline with the
for the Hitachi
reliability & devt.
Group;
speed by advancing mid-long term
technology
• R&D and IP on
MONOZUKURI
strategy of the
paradigm-shifting platform
Business
technology & new technologies
Groups
business models
Target
Time to
Market
5 years <
1~5 years
3~5 years
• Development of
technology
indispensable
for business
growth /
development of
the sponsor
1~3years
Funding
Funded by Business Groups
& Hitachi Group companies on a
business-level scale
Managed
by
Head of Frontier & Fundamental
Research Segment
Research
Segment Head
Business Gr. /
Hitachi Gr.
company
%
15%
25%
60%
Projects funded individually by
Business Group and/or Hitachi
Group company
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Technology Platforms across the Hitachi Group
‹Group wide enhancement & fusion of common key technology and
personnel development
Embedded Systems
Service Science
Solution LSIs
Efficient systems developmt.
Platforming
Project management
Optimal inverter
development
Outsourcing
EA*/SoA**/Initial stage consulting
Application of advantage
technology and devices
New Service Methodologies
Advanced
Simulation Center
Motor Innovation
Center
Adv. Measurement
& Analysis Center
Inverter
Innovation Center
Embedded System
Platform Research
Laboratory
uVALUE Innovation
Center
*EA: Enterprise Architecture
**SoA: Service Oriented Architecture
Mechanical
Innovation Center
Electron beam-based
measurement
Non-destructive
measurement
Product design support
Optimal motor
development
Development of service
businesses
Reform of solution operations
Materials Research
Laboratory
Details
Electronics
Environment & Energy
New materials
Medical &
Biotechnology
Nanotechnology
Digital
Engineering
Information
Improve product
competitiveness
Improve productivity
Fostering No.1 technology
Improve business competitiveness
Materials
Technology Platform
Platform
Technology
Electronics
’04.04
’05.03
’04.04
’05.10
’04.04
’06.04
’05.04
’05.10
Cooperative Creation
with Customers
( Lab. Open Days)
Purpose
Mechanical & Electrical
’02 ~
Industry
Industry -- academia
academia cooperation
cooperation
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Industry-Academia Collaboration
Purpose:
Purpose: Promotion
Promotion of
of “Open
“Open Innovation”
Innovation”
z Speed-up of R&D and business development
z Creation of new products and services through the technological fusion of multiple areas
z Creation of disruptive technologies to realize paradigm shifts and establishment of new
business
Organized
Collaboration
Arrangement to work out possibilities for
cooperation to achieve respective missions
based on access to respective resources
Industry
Industry collaboration
collaboration
promotion
promotion division
division
Laboratories
Laboratories
Research
Research
Research Center
Center
Graduate
Graduate School
School
Education
Undergrad.
Undergrad.
Dept.
Dept.
University
• Large-scale
joint research
(matching
fund)
• Mutual
exchange
programs
• Education
programs
etc.
Partner Universities
Hokkaido Univ.
Hitachi Group
(incl.
affiliates)
Product
Sales
Sales &
&
Marketing
Marketing
Tohoku Univ.
Univ. of ElectroUniv. of
Kyoto Univ.
communications
Keio University
Ritsumeikan Tsukuba
Univ.
Univ. of Tokyo
Business
Business div.
div.
Develop.
Develop. div.
div.
Technology
R&D
R&D Alliance
Alliance Office
Office
R&D
R&D Group,
Group, Hitachi,
Hitachi,
Ltd.
Ltd.
Research
Research div.
div.
Kyushu
Univ.
(3 dept.)
Osaka Univ.
Waseda Univ.
Yokohama
National Univ.
Tokyo Univ. of
Agriculture &
Technology
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Global R&D Network
Hitachi Europe Ltd.
Hitachi America, Ltd.
<40>
<30>
Hitachi (China) Research &
Development Corporation
<80>
Oct. 2005: Established Automotive R&D Lab.
Fundamental Device
Physics
Organic Electronics
Numerical Analysis
Mobile Communications,
Security
Automotive Systems
(Hitachi GST Yerba Buena building)
Automotive Products
Advanced Wireless
Systems
Storage Area Network
Solutions
Hitachi Asia Ltd.
(Singapore) <5>
Apr. 2006: Established Digital Appliance
Development Center
April 2005: Established Hitachi Storage
Mechanics Laboratory
Storage
Mechanics
IP Networks
Digital TVs
Innovative
Software
Materials
R&D Organization
<R&D Personnel>
Main Research Themes
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Culture for Learning & Growth (1)
Purpose
• Association within the Hitachi Group & Hitachi Zosen Co., of doctoral degree holders
• Foster an in-house ethos of aspiring to higher-learning
• Promote wide technological cooperation through close exchange between members
• Contribute to society and its development through science & technology
Establishment
• 1952 (initiated by Dr. Kumeo BABA, 1st General Manger of CRL)
Origin of
Name
• Taken from the teachings of the Chinese philosopher, Meng-tzi (Mencius)
「愛人不親返其仁」(孟子) - 仁 (“愛” “慈悲”)の心に返るヒトヲアイシテシタシマザレバソノジンニカエレ
( Initially, “Association of 30 Doctors”. In 1953, changed name to Henjin-kai (変人会、 eccentric
person); and in 1959, adopted current name Henjin-kai (返仁会、return benevolence))
Total membership
2,205
2,500
(as at 2007/3/31)
Kujin Best Paper Award
Silver medal with the image of Dr. Baba,
the 1st Henjin-kai President on the front, and
the name of the recipient on the back
2,000
Total membership
Membership
1,500
1,000
500
0
'52
'60 '65 '70 '75 '80 '85 '90 '95 '00 '05
Year
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Hitachi Fellows
Fellow
Introduced
伊藤 清男
ITOH Kiyoo
established to recognize the distinguished service and contributions of an employee
to the progress of science and technology on an world-level and to the international
acknowledgement of Hitachi's high standard of technology.
Hitachi Fellow is equivalent to that of a Board Director, and a Fellow is assured
freedom of choice in research theme, research funding and support for external
professional activities.
• June 1999
外村 彰
小高 俊彦
TONOMURA Akira
ODAKA Toshihiko
神原 秀紀
小泉 英明
中村 道治
KAMBARA Hideki
KOIZUMI Hideaki
NAKAMURA Michiharu
Appointed April
2004
(Optical
Topography)
Appointed April
2007
(Nanoelectronics)
Appointed June 1999 Appointed June 1999 Appointed June 2002
Appointed June
(Semiconductory
(Holography Electron
(Large-scale
2003
Memory)
Microscope)
general purpose
(DNA Sequencer)
computer, supercomputer)
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