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French Tech Seoul – Mission optique-photonique en Corée du Sud

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Le pôle de compétitivité français Optitec, en liaison avec les six autres pôles du secteur, Elopsys, Minalogic, Route des Lasers, Photonics Bretagne, Optique Rhone-Alpes et Opticsvalley, s’est rendu à Séoul et à Gwanju du 3 au 8 avril 2016 pour une mission internationale de partenariat technologique. Les entreprises Amplitude Systèmes, Flashlamps, Glophotonics, ISP System, JWA Strategy, KLOE, Nexvision, Symetrie, Tematys, THALES Optronique et Optitec participaient à la mission.

Outre les rendez-vous préparés par Business France avec des entreprises et des laboratoires coréens comme l’ETRI et le Korea Photonics Technology Institute de Gwangju, les entreprises françaises ont participé au salon Electronics Manufacturing Korea 2016. Un séminaire sur l’innovation organisé le 6 avril 2016, en présence de l’Ambassadeur Fabien Penone, leur a permis de présenter la filière optique-photonique française et leur savoir-faire en matière d’instrumentation optique, d’imagerie, de biophotonique, de capteurs, de process laser, d’optique intégrée et de quantique.

Lire l’article paru sur le site de l’Ambassade de France à Séoul (…)

Présentation des entreprises en anglais (pdf – 3,2 Mo)

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French industry policy to stimulate economy and strengthen R&D

A new tool for a most efficient and competitive industry in France was launched since July 2005 when the French Government selected 71 projects as competitiveness clusters.
The competitiveness cluster policy aims to create synergy between companies, public and private research units, academic institutions, in order to establish working relationships which develop an environment of cooperation and promote partner-ships within innovative projects. Researchers and business enterprises are mobilized, within a public/private sector partner-ship, to work on new projects, resulting in innovative advances, economic efficiency and job creation, and which should ena-ble those players involved to attain leading positions in their field. It is a part of French efforts to reach 3% of R&D expenses in the GDP, according to the European “Lisbon Strategy”.
The competitiveness clusters are addressing the technological sectors with higher impact on French economy: information and communication technologies, energy and environment, health related technologies, biotechnologies, aeronautics and transportation, food industry.
A competitiveness cluster is an organization which brings together the best players in their field, small or large, where each participant can benefit from access to the following:
• Leading players in their field.
• Top level researchers.
• Qualified personnel.
• Public financial support to encourage innovative projects, in the best possible conditions.
Moreover, due to their international vocation, the competitiveness clusters facilitate:
• the setting up of foreign business enterprises who benefit from this technological environment;
• the creation of international research teams;
• the development of technological partnerships with companies and research centers of foreign clusters.
The success of this innovative industrial and country planning policy is contributing to the favorable orientation of French eco-nomic indicators: improvement of the economic growth, new positive level of manufacturing investments and rise of R&D expenditure.
The French competitiveness clusters are under the supervision of the Regional Directorates for Enterprises from the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs.
Website: www.competitivite.gouv.fr

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