Project Title

APEC Symposium and Workshop on Technology Roadmaps to Promote Industry 4.0 in Developing APEC Economies 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

SME 02 2020A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

SME 02 2020A 

Project Title

APEC Symposium and Workshop on Technology Roadmaps to Promote Industry 4.0 in Developing APEC Economies 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: General Fund 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

41,505 

Co-funding Amount

9,525 

Total Project Value

51,030 

Sponsoring Forum

Small and Medium Enterprises Working Group (SMEWG) 

Topics

Small and Medium Enterprises 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Peru 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Korea; Mexico; Philippines; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; United States 

Expected Start Date

01/10/2020 

Expected Completion Date

31/08/2021 

Project Proponent Name 1

Miguel Alfonso Accinelli Obando 

Job Title 1

General Director of Innovation, Technology, Digitalisation and Formalisation 

Organization 1

Ministry of Production 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(51) 989827190 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

maccinelli@produce.gob.pe 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Miguel Alfonso Accinelli Obando 

Project Summary

Most APEC Economies have not developed conditions for the adoption of technologies for the Industry 4.0. Policymakers are called to develop effective strategies to foster the advancement of industries. Technology Roadmapping (TR) is a flexible strategic planning tool applicable for the industry development, with a history of success in some APEC Economies. However, effective TR requires initial consensus and long term commitment of the parties involved.

In that sense, this project will be a virtual event for a week on April 2021, which will bring together the experience of Economies that have successfully applied TR to foster industrial development and Economies that are currently facing the challenge of adoption as a growing barrier to engage in global value chains.

The outcomes of this workshop will be materialized in a document of policy recommendations.

Relevance

Relevance – Region:  Problems and opportunities for APEC economies: Emerging APEC economies face challenges to adopt technologies 4.0 and to engage into technology intensive global value chains. Asymmetry in the technological base of the industry of its member Economies requires building the capacity to even up quality and strategy criteria for TRMs for Industry 4.0. APEC economies require TRMs to recognize paths to production capabilities for absorbing, deploying and diffusing technology along the supply chain and learn how to retrofit and integrate the new digital production technologies into their existing production plants. Should this be achieved, developing Economies will have greater opportunity to engage their SMEs into global value chains of technology-intensive manufactured goods, most of which are led by developed APEC Economies.

Technology Roadmapping (TRM) is a widely adopted methodology that can be used to align public and private agenda to foster SMEs into the adoption of technologies 4.0 in strategic industries for APEC Economies. A Technology Roadmap (TRM) serves as a coherent basis for specific technology development and transfer activities, providing a common (preferably quantifiable) objective, time specific milestones and a consistent set of concrete actions; developed jointly with relevant stakeholders, who commit to their roles in the TRM implementation[1].

Improving conditions for APEC economies: This project targets to improve the ability to formulate, implement and monitor TRMs. The end goal is to foster greater competitiveness of APEC economies. If properly formulated and managed, TRMs can be an effective tool to accelerate the transformation of the productive processes through the absorption of Technologies 4.0 in SMEs. Current status: The are six    quality-defining elements of TRMs: the presence of a process description, a specification of stakeholders, clear (quantitative) targets, clear actions, a structured visual and a plan for updating of the TRM. However, there tend to be absent or very poorly developed: TRMs are hardly ever updated, resulting in the abandonment of projects and disarticulation of stakeholders. Lack of meaningful stakeholder engagement during formulation, and the consequently poorly defined vision for the TRM undermine their value[2].    

Benefit for multiple APEC economies: APEC economies need to improve the TRMs they already operate to maximize their value and share their experiences with other APEC economies. The adoption of technologies 4.0 leads firms to engage with global value chains, which is an opportunity to strengthen commercial links among APEC economies around technology. TRMs facilitate articulating instruments to improve productivity, foster new businesses and innovation. They also help connecting industrial development with innovation in education, health and the environment beyond political boundaries.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: Eligibility criteria: Criterium 4: This project targets on capacity building in developing APEC Economies, to obtain, share and strengthen knowledge, abilities, skills and technical know-how to improve their policies to promote an Industry 4.0 through the elaboration of TRM. Criterium 1: This project supports the priorities of APEC Support Fund – General Fund respect to harnessing technologies for the future, developing and strengthening the dynamism of SMEs; and promoting the development of knowledge-based economies.

Relevance – Capacity Building: Capacity building: This project provides of strategic information on key aspects of TRM formulation, execution and monitoring to APEC economy representatives and increases their ability to successfully use TRMs to foster SMEs adoption of technologies 4.0 in strategic industries. The experience of APEC Economies in TRMs and other instruments to foster industrial development will contribute to draft a document of policy recommendations for APEC Economies. This project will be particularly useful for emerging economies such as Chile and Peru which have not embraced yet industry 4.0 and do not have vast experience on TRMs.


[1] Londo, H.M. et al (2013). Background paper on Technology Roadmaps (TRMs)

[2] Ibid.


Objectives

Develop and / or strengthen the acceleration of industry 4.0 in APEC economies through initiatives generated by decision-makers, as a consequence of shared experiences and application of the TRM methodology. An additional objective is to highlight role and experiences of women in the field. The shared experiences and common conclusions and recommendations, will be systematized in a policy document that will be shared and reviewed in a trimestral way for a year after the event.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC:  The project supports the APEC 2020 Host Economy’s priority on Inclusive Economy participation trough digital economy and technology, as it will develop a deep understanding about how technologies 4.0 impact in the industry and offers opportunities to be more competitiveness and reduce the gap between APEC Economies. Additionally, the project will produce knowledge about how to elaborate, implement and monitor technology roadmaps to the participants, considering an inclusive and collaborative participation of actors involved (governments, enterprises, academic). In the same line, the project will support the 26th APEC Economic Leaders’ Statement, referred to collective efforts on the digital economy that have the potential to increase productivity leading to significant gains for APEC economies.

Alignment – Forum: In line with the Strategic Action Plan 2017-2020, the project supports SMEWG’s priorities areas related to entrepreneurship, innovation and the internet and digital economy and market access for SMEs. In the first priority, the project contributes to the goal of fostering innovation in SMEs to strengthen business competitiveness; helping SMEs to build capabilities to take advantage of and compete effectively in the internet and digital economy; and support SMEs development in specific industries based on the economic development needs of individual member economies. In the second priority, the project contributes to promote integration of SMEs into global value chains. Additionally, the project contributes to the “2019 APEC SME Ministerial Statement”, referring to Digital Transformation for SMEs and Entrepreneurs.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: 

1)  Research Work: Contractors will work to define a landscape of the application of technology roadmapping, both sectorial and policy in the last 10 years in APEC economies (case study), with relation to fostering SMEs towards the establishment of Industry 4.0. Contractors will build up an executive brief for participants based on their research, design an outline of the program and the methodology for the workshop and recommend the PO the speakers for the event.

§  Executive brief (case study) about landscape of the application of technology roadmapping, both sectorial and policy, in the last 10 years in APEC economies, with relation to fostering SMEs towards the establishment of Industry 4.0 as material for participants.

2)     Virtual Symposium: The symposium will be a meeting between experts and stakeholders from APEC economies in order to create a space for learning and debate about policies that promote the development of SMEs towards Industry 4.0 and application opportunities through TRM methodology.    

a) The date will be from 19th to 22nd April 2021.

b) The duration of the symposium is four (2-2.5) hours per day, ten (10) hours approximately in total.

c) The last day of the symposium will also take place, at the end, the first workshop.

d) The participating public will be divided: At least 22 delegates from the 11 APEC economies, at least 50 participants from the organizing economy among government officials, SMEs associations and representatives of the academy, 15 experts divided between speakers, moderators and panelists 

e) Preliminary topics are: i) Industry 4.0 in APEC economies, ii) Instruments to promote and accelerate development for SMEs, iii) Integration of technological SMEs to global value chains, iv) Transition to Industry 4.0 applying TRM, v) Gender equality opportunities arising from development of Industry 4.0.

- On the 4th day there will be a conference on the case study prepared on the applications of TRM in economies. 

-  The event will be virtual.

3) Virtual Workshop: The workshops will be short-term intensive workshops dictated by specialists in the TRM methodology and applied by representatives of economies with a level of decision-making. Its objective will be to generate the necessary skills to learn to apply this methodology, articulate with industrial development instruments and policies in its respective field of application.

a) The date will be from 22th to 23th April 2021.

b) 3 workshops will be realized with groups of 10 people each. The duration of each session will be three (3) hours, with a total of nine (9) hours distributed between April 22 and 23.

c) The main participants of the workshop will be representatives of the economies that have a strategic level of decision-making. The rest of the participants may have the possibility of viewing each workshop as observers, subject to the availability and capacity of the platform.

d) The preliminary topics are: i) Quality factors for TRM, ii) Linking TRM with inclusion policies, iii) articulation of TRM with pre-existing instruments, iv) TRM governance and update

e) Action plan will be established for implementation of good practices post-workshop

f) Workshop preparation including: Virtual meetings with the steering group to define the scope & objectives, roadmap architecture and nomenclature, briefing note and pre-workshop questionnaire for participants, workshop material and facilitation slides.

g) The event will be Virtual.

4) Summary Report: It will be a 25 page document which will be presented to APEC. It will have two main parts:

a) Policy Recommendations Paper (PRP) (For APEC Publication): The PRP describes the status of TRM applied to Industry 4.0 in APEC Economies and a series of policy recommendations to apply this methodology to foster Industry 4.0 fostering SMEs in APEC Economies.

b) Report of workshop: case study, methodological section and TRM´s results.

Outcomes:
    

1) Better understanding and knowledge on elaboration, implementation and monitoring Technology Roadmaps.

2)  Better understanding on Industry 4.0 and Technologies 4.0, its current state, its roles and impacts, challenges and opportunities, as well as how to transform from potentials into practices.  

3)  Sharing views and experiences on how institutions, policies, and regulations can be approached and transformed to keep up with the Industry 4.0      

4) Developing APEC Economies engaged in new TRM initiatives for strategic industries.    

Beneficiaries: 

Direct beneficiaries: Policy makers in charge of development and execution of instruments supporting industrial development from the technological standpoint, including but not limited to designers and managers of technology or industry extension services. These public need to be decision making officials with either formal education on technology planning and/or innovation management, or professional experience in institutions of the public administration dedicated to foster industrial development, preferably with a focus on manufacturing SMEs. A broad experience in science, technology and innovation is desirable. All APEC economies should be targeted equally, as the spirit of capacity building proposed is not based on vertical information transfer, but instead as a collaborative process primarily based on the experience of those who have already been in charge of formulating, executing and monitoring TRMs. The project will provide these officials of perspective, tools and networking opportunities to improve their ability to increase quality on the TRMs they are responsible off as well as proposing new TRM initiatives aligned to strategic industries for the development of Industry 4.0 in their economies.

The call should be stated as a gender balance one, requesting participating economies to nominate at least one woman for funded participation.

Long-term beneficiaries: Manufacturing SMEs and their equipment, technology and service suppliers will benefit from the improvement of existing TRMs and from their participation in new initiatives in the APEC economies that represent their markets. Industries naturally prone to absorb technologies 4.0 include computer, electronics, machinery, transport equipment, chemicals, basic metal and metal products for example. Organizations focused on increasing access for women to STEM fields and women participation in knowledge-based business are beneficiaries as well because they need to play a role in the formulation of TRMs.

Dissemination

Platform: The Ministry of Production of Peru will host a landing page for the event both for promotion and as a repository of the event outputs. Documents or contents resulting from follow up on outcomes will be hosted in the landing page in the future.

Products: The Summary Report, which includes a Policy Recommendation Paper, and a Report of the Workshop, will be available for APEC Publication and it will be available in PDF format for downloading on the APEC Publications Database, following their protocols. It will only be accepted that the participants of the event can record part of the explanations of the symposium in an informal way, with the purpose of helping the economies and their work teams to take notes to better understand the learning, maintaining the confidentiality of the case and following the Updated APEC Remote Participation Governance Guidelines.

Target audience: The Summary Report is targeted to central and local government officials responsible of development and execution of policies to foster industrial development, with an emphasis on manufacturing SMEs. Secondary target audiences include leaders from industry associations, academia and funding institutions in the extent of the experience of their organizations in roadmapping or similar endeavors and/or their capacity to commit resources in the short term for TRM initiatives.

Commercial treatment: There will be no commercial treatment of the outputs from this project.

Gender

Gender equality during the event: (1) At least half of the symposium speakers will be women, (2) during the workshop, leadership of participating women representatives will be fostered.      Gender equality as a result of the project: During the symposium, at least one topics will focus on the participation of women in industry 4.0 development: (1) Gender equality opportunities arising from development of Industry 4.0. During the workshop, cases in which female entrepreneurship, STEAM education, political and innovation leadership are established as components of the TRMs will be further analyzed. Based on the results form the workshop, gender-specific policy recommendations for TRMs will be formulated based on the experience and context of the Economies participating.

The project will address the Innovation and Technology APEC Gender Criteria through highlighting women contributions and leadership on the field by inviting 50% female speakers and Skills, capacity building APEC Gender Criteria aiming more than 45% of female participants. For such purpose, we are committed to collect sex-disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (and not only the APEC funded) from the project event. This data will be included as part of the submission of the Completion Report to the Secretariat when the project completes and will serve to guide future POs on their own gender parity targets.

Work Plan

Time

Task

Deliverabl e

November 2020

Contracting Research Workshop facilitators

ToR and Contracts

3 weeks after signing the contract

Contractor: Gathering information (via interviews and desk research) of previous Rodampping projects.

A collection of 2-4 roadmapping case studies (APEC economies) that can exemplify the use of roadmapping for policy making.

4 weeks after signing the contract

Contractor: Research Work (Case study report)

A written report for the roadmapping case studies.

4 weeks after signing the contract

Contractor: Gathering information to suggest experts and topics for the symposium

Outline of Program (draft):

-A list of potential experts for the symposium from the contractor network according to the Ministry of Production´s topic and/or new topics suggested by contractor.

Dec 2020

Define and Invite speakers from APEC economies with a history of TRM (i.e. Canada; Republic of      Korea; Chile; The Phillippines)

List of speakers confirmed

Dec 2020

Select case studies for the workshop in coordination with expert facilitator and APEC Economies.

Workshop materials

Nov 2020 – Jan 2021

Building landing page

Landing page structured

Jan 2021

Announcement of Event program, request for funded nominees

Nominees presented to APEC Secretariat

18th Feb 2021

Detailed information about      event agenda and list of experts and participants are fully defined.

Event file is presented to the Secretariat

1 April 2021

Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report

APEC Project Monitoring Report

19-22 Apr 2021

Symposium and Workshop. Capacity building for APEC officials and construction of a Policy Recommendations Paper and Action Plans

Presentation files and media from interviews to keynote speakers and APEC economies representatives. Policy Recommendations Paper and Action Plans

22 Apr 2021

Contractor: Roadmapping conference during the symposium

A 1-2 hours conference based on the Case Study Report and slide deck

22-23 Apr 2021

Contractor: Facilitation Workshop

On-line Workshops (3) facilitation, 3 hours per workshop.

May 2021

Event evaluation, satisfaction survey and action plan

Report on event outputs

2 weeks after the symposium

Contractor: Workshop analysis

Synthesis of the information provided by the experts during the workshops including the creation of the Roadmap

3 weeks after the symposium

Contractor: Roadmapping report.

*Meetings with the Ministry of Production of Peru in order to review the draft report.

*Roadmapping Report.

4 weeks after the symposium

Contractor: PRP

*Meetings with the Ministry of Production of Peru in order to review the draft report.

*PRP.

1 Jul 2021

Submit Summary Report for the Review of the APEC Secretariat

Summary Report      

Oct 2021

Submit APEC Project Completion Report and supporting documents to APEC Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

Jun 2022

Participate in the Long-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by APEC Secretariat

Risks

Difficulty achieving policy change: Policy recommendations may not be adopted as planned due high rank officer rotation, particularly in developing APEC Economies. Participants develop an Action Plan during the workshop meant to be monitored by the PO for the long-term project evaluation as well as means of maintaining the international cooperation active on these matters.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Participation:

-   APEC Economies: At least the 11 travel-eligible APEC economies will be represented

-   Participants: At least 22 delegates from the 11 travel-eligible APEC economies will attend the event. The organizer expects at least 50 government officials, associations of SMEs and representatives of the academy will attend the symposium. The indicator will be % of participants attending vs expected participants.

Gender: Attendance lists will be recorded during the event specifying gender information.

-  At least 50% of the experts presenting in the symposium must be women

-  At least 50% of the group leaders during the symposium must be women

-  At least one presentation during the symposium will be focused on the role of women in the transition to industry 4.0

- One chapter of the PRP will be focused specifically on how to introduce gender equity fostering approaches to TRMs promoting Industry 4.0

Dissemination:

- The number of visits to the landing page will be monitored on a weekly basis. By the end of the project it should have at least baseline 500 visits.

- The PRP downloads will be monitored on a weekly basis. By the end of the project, it should have been downloaded at least 50 times.

Satisfaction

- A post-event electronic survey will be circulated amongst participants to evaluate their satisfaction with the event and its objectives.

Impact: Action Plans will be generated at the end of the workshop, milestones will be set as monitoring points for potential impact, Electronic surveys will be sent to the event participants to gather these data, and online meetings will be held to compile qualitative data.

- New roadmap initiatives for SMEs into Industry 4.0 are initiated within a year of the event. Number of cases will be measured.

- Inclusive policies are imprinted in the development of TRMs for Industry 4.0. The number of cases in which this happens and the resources it implies are to be used as quantitative criteria.

-  TRMs are used as means to integrate SMEs into technology intensive global value chains. Number of cases will be measured.

- Increase of knowledge about tools of TRM and industry 4.0 will be measure through surveying the participants (initial and final survey).

Linkages

This project will complement other initiatives like “APEC Symposium on Policy and System for Promoting Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) Modernization toward Industry 4.0” carried out by China and the “Workshop for SMEs in APEC: Embracing 4.0 Industrial Revolution in Boosting Economic Performance of Export-Oriented SMEs” organized by Indonesia.

This event should be funded by APEC because the asymmetry in the technological base of the industry of its member Economies requires building the capacity to even up quality and strategy criteria for TRMs for Industry 4.0. Should this be achieved, developing Economies will have greater opportunity to engage their SMEs into global value chains of technology-intensive manufactured goods, most of which are led by developed APEC Economies.

Sustainability

The capacity built to better understand key aspects of TRMs will help policy makers to break with the cycle of poor design which results in TRM abandonment and suboptimal resource use. We expect the event facilitates the use of TRMs as strategic planning tools and overcome the difficulties that arise due to the time they take in formulation and the challenge it can be integrate the vision of the correct stakeholders.

Participants will develop Action Plans to deploy when returning to their Economies. The Action Plans should include the application of the principles revised during the symposium, as well as the adaptations form case studies from the workshop and the implementation of articulation of existing TRMs with other policy instruments (gender, internationalization, territorial development, etc.). These are both goals that will be monitored by submission and peer-reviewing of the documents according to a submission schedule.      We      expect that both actions can be used for new international collaborations to engage developing Economies’ SMEs into global value chains led by other APEC Economies. The PO will follow up on participants every three months for a year after the event on trimestral online meetings with the objective of      sharing      the outcomes of the group, uploading such online sessions and a summary to the      landing page. Any measure of success will be highlighted.


Project Overseers

Miguel Alfonso Accinelli Obando has an MA in Educational Planning, Economics and International Development from the Institute of Education (UCL/UK) and holds a BSc in Civil Engineering (PUCP/Peru) and a BA in Education (UPCH/Peru). He was appointed Director of Innovation in June 2020 and also General Director of Innovation, Technology, Digitalization and Formalization in October 2020. The Direction is currently overseeing the Digital Economy RM, a TRM project on food ingredients in Peru and has participated in the formulation of a TRM for mining equipment technology and services as well. The field of action in the Direction includes technology extension instruments, regional development based on innovation and circular economy. He was previously Director of Technology Innovation for Education at the Ministry of Education, which is responsible for remote and online learning and digital literacy for the Peruvian public education system, among others.


Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Logistics coordination: Contractors will provide a total of 480 hours of logistics coordination. In charge of coordination with speakers, coordination with the specialist of workshops, send invitations to participants, among others.

Community Manager (Self-funded): in charge of managing communications, social media, content creations, among many other related with the symposium.

Summary Report (PRP and Research Work): Contractors
will work a total of 280 hours to define a landscape of the application of technology roadmapping, both sectorial and policy in the last 10 years an emphasis on APEC economies (case study), linked to fostering SMEs towards the establishment of Industry 4.0. Contractors will build up an executive brief for participants based on their research, design an outline of the program and the methodology for the workshop and recommend the PO the speakers for the event.

-  Executive brief (case study) about landscape of the application of technology roadmapping, both sectorial and policy, in the last 10 years an emphasis on APEC economies, linked to fostering SMEs towards the establishment of Industry 4.0 as material for participants. (70 hours)

-  Developing and Roadmapping conference during the symposium. (10 hours)

- Outline of Program (draft): A list of potential experts for the symposium from the IfM network according to the Ministry of Production´s topic and/or new topics suggested by IfM. (10 hours)

- Workshop preparation, including virtual meetings with the steering group to define the scope & objectives, roadmap architecture and nomenclature, briefing note and pre-workshop questionnaire for participants, workshop material and facilitation slides. (60 hours)

-  3 Workshop (groups of 10): Industry 4.0 Roadmapping workshop (9 hours and platform included)

-  Workshop analysis (30 hours)

-  Roadmapping report: case study, methodological section, TRM´s results. (36 hours)

-  Symposium report (55 hours).

The suggested contractor is the Institute for Manufactoring – Cambridge University. https://www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk/

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