#Deliverable 4.7 “Business plan assessment and revision”

deliverable 4.7

#Deliverable 4.7 “Business plan assessment and revision”

Deliverable 4.7, “Business Plan Assessment and Revision“, by our intersecters V. Lunardelli, L. Neri, M. Di Berardo, and A. Calzolari, provides an updated Business model (previous D 4.3) for the project results.

Solution of complex problems (e.g. production of new technology) requires the combination of advanced knowledge and state-of-the-art technologies, belonging to interdisciplinary areas. In this regard, the INTERSECT project aims at leveraging European leadership in materials’ modelling software and infrastructure, providing an industry-ready novel multi-scale multi-physics simulation platform, able to connect materials simulations to modelling of the device operations.

INTERSECT’s main result will be the release of the Interoperable Material-To-Device Simulation Box (IM2D) that is conceived as an interoperable, robust and friendly software solution for easier exploration of the materials workspace from an electronic device-oriented industrial perspective. Beside the overall IM2D infrastructure, a set of key exploitable results (Table 1) has been selected and ranked, as a result of the innovation management analysis (see D4.8).

In Deliverable 4.7, we have elaborated dedicated business model canvas for each INTERSECT’ key exploitable results. The initial business strategy for the exploitation of IM2D anticipated in D 4.3 is now elaborated on the basis of the maturated experience, also in contact with industrial stakeholders. The business models for the remaining six exploitable results are completely new instead, as these key results emerged from an innovation management analysis performed after the release of the first business plan.

INTERSECT’ goal is the realization of a ‘pre-competitive’ software solution”, and the business plan assessment analyzes the market size, the segmentation and the needs of the reference sector market – the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) market – and of the main end-user markets (semiconductor and neuromorphic market), without entering into specific commercialization or marketing strategies, which go beyond the aim of this project. For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at intersect@nano.cnr.it.

Info & download: V. Lunardelli, L. Neri, M. Di Berardo, and A. Calzolari (2021): Business plan assessment and revision. Deliverable D4.7 of the H2020 project INTERSECT (final version as of 28/07/2021). EC grant agreement no: 814487, CNR, Modena, Italy.

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