inno TSD

inno TSD

Profile

Inno TSD, located in Sophia Antipolis, France, is a part of Inno group, one of Europe’s leading consultancy firms in innovation management and technology transfer, with 20+ years of experience and approximately 60 staff. Inno’s core competences are in development of regional and national policies and strategies, especially for ICT sector, support to innovative clusters, R&D organizations and universities, and development of networks on EU- and world-wide level. Inno group has offices in Sophia-Antipolis, Saint Brieuc, Strasbourg (France), Karlsruhe, Berlin, Leipzig, Rostock (Germany) and Stockholm (Sweden). Inno is also a co-founder and shareholder of Consortio InBio (Rome, Italy), a legal entity co-founded by ENEA, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, the CRS, the employers’ association of the region of Abruzzo and Inno. Consortio InBio provides wide range of innovation-related services on EU-wide level.

inno Group set up a patent commercialisation agency in Germany for a consortium of 8 research organisations and universities, coordinates a large number of FP7 projects, especially in the field of ICT and has been implementing 500+ projects and studies for the European Commission, European national and regional governments and other public and private clients, e.g. CEA (French Atomic Energy Authority), EDF (Electricity of France), ETSI – European Telecommunications Standards Institute, and many others.

Since over 10 years, inno TSD successfully coordinated 6 projects supporting ICT international cooperation funded by DG CONNECT and targeting various geographical regions of the world. Recently, Inno coordinated the CONNECT2SEA project (FP7, 2013 – 2016) to support the ICT collaboration between EU and ASEAN; triggering a cascaded effect on ICT research and innovation collaboration between Europe and SEA countries. Inno TSD supported academia and industrial cooperation and partnership building between the two regions; contributed to ICT policy dialogue process and supported EU and ASEAN specialists to reinforce partnership.