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Why ESA Broker Spain?
Expertise. KIM practices open innovation (technology transfer) between industry and RTOs since 2008.
Pull philosophy. The driver of KIM´s activity with R&D entities is to respond to the needs of its industrial customers, mainly large multinational companies.
360º vision. KIM experts have a technology vision of the processes of acquisition and commercialization of early stage technologies and other IP assets (know-how, patents ...), but it also introduces other points of view: business models, financial, legal and IP ...
Cross innovation. KIM has a multi-industry market knowledge, allowing it to reposition and transfer technologies from one industry to another.
Enablers. His extensive experience in the financing instruments of technology transfer and its ability to connect public and private instruments, allow KIM to develop a facilitating role.
About ESA broker Spain - KIM
Knowledge Innovation Market (KIM) born in 2008 with the aim of stimulating the knowledge economy and promoting Open Innovation. With a team of 30 experts in different fields and offices in Barcelona, Madrid, Vigo and Santiago de Chile, KIMs missions pursues to align industry expectations and research and technology centers to explore Open Innovation opportunities for improving the return on R&D investments.
Since 2016, KIM is ESAs Technology Transfer Broker in Spain. We work on the generation of technology transfer projects between the space and non-space industry in collaboration with the ESA Technology Transfer network with the aim of bringing space technology to society.
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A multi-partner consortium led by Tecnalia and funded under the EC FP7 Space programme (reference: 262749) has developed ceramic composite based ...Read more
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