C3 – Center for Connected Care
SFI (Centre for Research-based Innovation)
Oslo University Hospital, Akershus University Hospital, Oslo Municipality, Larvik Municipality, Siemens, Telenor, Oslo Medtech, Accenture, BI, AHO, University of Oslo, and Induct Software; as well as 10 companies, five research partners, and a network of six municipalities.
The project focuses on patient-oriented services and establishes new innovative service models in the healthcare sector, using system thinking as a foundation. This means heavy involvement of users and patients in the provision of important insights and knowledge to the project.
CSI – Center for Service Innovation
SFI (Centre for Research-based Innovation) lasting until 2018
Telenor, DNB, Norwegian Postal Service, inFuture, BEKK, EVRY, Argentum, Induct Software, Norwegian Design Council, Virke, Abelia, AHO, SINTEF and SNF.
CSI is a SFI with a focus on service-driven innovation. Induct Software delivered an innovation platform as a part of a use case that the members and research partner have executed in different projects and research projects.
SFI (Centre for Research-based Innovation)
Microsoft, University of Oslo, University of Tromsø, NTNU, BI, Dublin City University, Cornell University, Accenture, Funcom, Uninett, Netview Technology, ZXY Sport Tracking, TIL, Comoyo and Induct Software
iAD is the search technology of future generations. The project delivers valuable insight into the world of search, and how Induct solutions can be further developed to best serve our users and provide the most relevant search experience.
In addition to being members of research centers, Induct Software is also part taking in research projects. Research projects often work with shorter timeframes than what the research centers do .
HEALTHCARE INNOVATION ZONE
OFU (Public research and development projects)
Oslo University Hospital and Induct Software
The goal of the project is to increase innovation capabilities in hospitals, as well as be able to measure innovations throughout the innovation process. The project includes theory about connecting hospitals with other stakeholders to increase the capacity and capability of innovation. This creates a framework for decisions with a focus on innovation indicators and economic targets.
OFU (public research and development projects)
Mass General, Oxford Innovation and Induct Software
This project focuses on further development of the Induct platform in order to better support collaboration in and between networks, as well as adoption and diffusion of ideas and innovations. Another important part of the project is to further develop the platform to prepare for quick growth in both the amount of users and customers. Themes like scaling, architecture and security are important in this part of the project. We also deliver tools that are efficient in measuring in what grade an organisation is ready to launch open innovation initiatives, as well as seeking out the people inside organisations who should have a role in the initiative.
Supported of the Norwegian Research Council
Devoteam daVinci, SINTEF, Bengler, Labour Party, Seniornett, BI and Induct Software
This project aims to create social tools that enhance innovation in different types of organisations, and to develop knowledge and competence about the use of those tools.
EU FP7 programme
Hospital San Juan de Deu, Sintef, Vlastuin, Cordys, Induct Software, IC Focus, Aalborg University Hospital and Induct Software
NEFFICS is based on the hypothesis that the Internet and web-based technology can be used to not only increase efficiency, but also to strengthen organisations through radical and incremental innovations. This project involves research into network thinking, business model innovation and the Internet of Things (IoT).
CEN – European Committee for Standardization
CEN TC389 – Innovation Management / SNK 512
Strictly not a research project, but a standardisation project lead by CEN.
The project aims to “standardize tools, methods, approaches, and processes that allow companies and organizations to establish and develop their innovation management, including all kinds of innovation and all the related aspects, as well as the relations with R&D activities and with other innovation drivers”. Our CEO, Alf Martin Johansen, has offered a strong contribution to this project by taking on an expert role in the project group that defines the standard for Innovation Management Systems.
Project as Associated Member
In these research projects, we have been involved as associate members, often as the supplier of innovation management solutions.
EU project in Horizon 2020
WP leaders: Stockholm, Cologne, Barcelona, ICLEI, KTH, IESE
Follower cities: Graz, Suceava, Valetta, Porto, Cork
Industry partners: REC, Envac, Dalkia, Fortum, Carrier, Skanska, Info 24, Stockholmshem, IEM, Rhein Energie, Ampido, Cambio Cologne, KVB, AGT International, DEWOG, Endesa, Retevision, Anteverti, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, CENIT, GAS Natural, Fundacio, IREC, Philips Lighting, Schneider Electric, Urbisup Consulting, POLIS, IBM
Induct Software supplied the project with an Open Innovation platform where the project members could connect and work with the research project. They could then make use of the platform in the member cities as use-case partners in the project.
The goal of the project is to increase the quality of life for the citizens of Europe by innovating mobility, housing projects and city infrastructure. There is also a lot of focus on decreasing the cost of energy.
EU Interreg IVA
Aalborg University Hospital, Oslo University Hospital, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Inven2, NOVI Innovation, Chalmers Innovation and Induct Software
The results from this project have influenced our methodology and model of innovation management best practices by building an innovation development infrastructure and research commercialisation.