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New McKinsey study with EconSight technologies and world-class patents

Germany 2030: Exploiting growth opportunities through creative renewal   New McKinsey study with EconSight cutting-edge technologies and world-class patents. In view of the fundamental changes in the economy and society, Germany needs a creative renewal to maintain its prosperity and exploit growth opportunities, according to the new McKinsey study. McKinsey identifies 6 fields of action: top companies are expected to transform into high-growth fields; digitization is the most urgent issue in the SME sector; start-ups lack entrepreneurship, start-up culture and capital; future work content must reflect ongoing digitization and be geared toward lifelong learning; and the state [...]

June 28th, 2021|

Fuel Cells – Developments and Obstacles

Fuel Cells – Developments and Obstacles EconSight presentation at the Industrialisation of Hydrogen Technology Forum, Nanjing EconSight presented the following charts and arguments at the Industrialisation of Hydrogen Technology Forum in Nanjing, hosted by the China Electrotechnical Society and the Electric Vehicle Association of Asia-Pacific. The EconSight contribution takes the fuel cell development during the last 50 years and asks why it took so long for the market to develop and for attractive products to show up. One answer is that the cooperation between development and automated mass production was more than expandable. Only the strong demand from China [...]

June 23rd, 2021|

Technologies for effective climate protection

Climate target 2030 - Technologies for effective climate protection Photos: Stefan Obermeier On 17 February in Munich, at the online congress of the Bavarian Business Association, EconSight used more than 60 technologies (GreenTechs) to show what technological contribution Bavaria can make to climate protection. In addition, 20 advanced digitalisation technologies were used to show which climate protection technologies in Bavaria are already highly digitalised. Afterwards, the energy experts from the major German parties discussed, among other things, how the use of technological innovations for climate protection can [...]

February 19th, 2021|

New study – GreenTech – Sustainable Innovations.

New study - GreenTech - Sustainable Innovations. EconSight has defined and analysed over 60 climate protection and sustainability technologies for the new study of the Bavarian Business Association 60 GreenTechs and 20 DigitalTechs show Bavaria's technological performance in a unique level of detail. EconSight, together with Prognos, GWS and Twin Economics, has produced the new study of the Bavarian Business Council for the Future on the key topic of climate protection. The aim is to create a positive perspective of the future for a (largely) climate-neutral Bavaria and Germany, in [...]

December 1st, 2020|

New publication: World-class patents – the gold of the knowledge economy

New scientific publication World-class patents - the "gold" of the knowledge economy? In "Wirtschaftsdienst", the journal for economic policy, EconSight together with the Bertelsmann Foundation presented our new technology approach. Instead of the classic measurement of innovation capability based on patent applications, our new world-class approach focuses on technology-specific patent quality. Using extensive country examples in different technologies, we show the advantages of the approach and classify the dynamics of patent development. The results show that the U.S. lead in the patent area is even more evident in this approach, that China is also [...]

October 16th, 2020|

Technology Trends in Swiss Medtech

EconSight Technology Trends for Swiss Medtech EconSight technology analysis for Swiss Medtech sector study Sector Study 2020 «The Swiss Medical Technology Industry» For the sector study of the Swiss medical technology industry, EconSight conducted an analysis of 51 technologies to identify the most important current trends. Grouped along the main processes of the value chain (product innovation, manufacturing processes, diagnostics, and therapy), the above picture is presented. Overall, medical technology in Switzerland is highly innovative with the highest number of patent applications per inhabitant worldwide. The study was officially presented in Berne on [...]

September 10th, 2020|
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