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Innovation in BusinessFuture Manufacturing OpportunitiesEffective Use of CSIRO’s Research ServicesMarcel Bick | BD Manager, Future Manufacturing FlagshipFUTURE MANUFACTURING FLAGSHIP15 November 2012
Why Innovate ?Companies that face Competitivepressure are more likely to InnovateCompanies that Innovate are more likelyto be Productive(Competition, Innovation and Productivity in Australian Businesses,Productivity Commission, Sep.2011)Compared to businesses that do not innovate, innovative Australianbusinesses are:• 41 per cent more likely to report increased profitability;• Twice as likely to report increased productivity;• Twice as likely to export; and• Up to four times more likely to increase employment and social contributions(Australian Innovation System Report 2011)
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SMARTERMANUFACTURINGFOR A SMARTERAUSTRALIA(Released 16th August 2012)
Global Mega-Trends and Their Impact on ManufacturingSource : Smarter Manufacturing for a Smarter Australia. Aug 2012
Some Technological Implications/NeedsNEW MATERIALS &PROCESS TECHNOLOGIES• Accelerated materials Drive for green discovery growth and increased resource• Additive manufacturing efficiency Disruptive• Advanced processing technologies and ICT enabling Drive for heightened advanced productivity manufacturing More from less a world of limited resources i World A personal touch Digital and Personalisation of natural products and services convergence Blurring boundary between Globalisation of manufacturing and supply chains service – solutions not just products On the move Divergent Urbanising and demographics increased Older, hungry and mobility more demanding Global Move from mass competition from productisation to mass TOWARDS MASS lower cost labour markets Emergence of BRIC economics and customisation CUSTOMISATION emergent middle class driving • Advanced design demand for products • Low-cost automation technologies • Adaptive supply chain modeling
Future Manufacturing National Research FlagshipAustralia’s largest research program in manufacturing innovation - $65m annual program($30m external), plus two Flagship Collaboration ClustersMulti disciplinary, drawing scientific and engineering expertise from across CSIRO andUniversities – materials, process, mathematical, ICT, sustainability and social sciencesCollaborative research, research clusters, consortia, commercialisation - with over 100partners across industry, government and academia Helping Supporting the companiesThe roles transition to the creation of new businesses futurewe play… Applying Australian science Trusted advisor to and technology in government international •Manufacturing trends to 2020 markets •PM’s Manufacturing Task Force
Future Manufacturing Flagship To create $2B of additional annual value for Australia’s manufacturing industry by 2025 throughthe development and application of resource efficient, clean and transformative technologies Flagship Focus Areas MEETING DELIVERING AUSTRALIAN TO GLOBAL NEEDS MARKETS Delivering Across Multiple Industry Sectors and Segments Energy Buildings & Infrastructure Transport Health Defence Natural Resources
Agile Manufacturing Technologies Purpose: To develop advanced, clean and agile technologies which leverage digital and information sciences to lift manufacturing productivity and competitiveness. Producing: Low cost micro- and assistive-automation Simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM) Additive manufacturing technologies Decision tools based on LCA Sustainable (closed loop) manufacturing & coating technologies Precision manufacturing for optical devices Impact: Develop advanced, clean agile technologies which leverage digital and information sciences that lift manufacturing productivity and competitiveness to deliver a $400M PA economic benefit by 2025 .
Addressing Technology Needs Implied by Mega-Trends Real time mobileAdditive manufacture mapping Augmented reality Precision optics Assistive robotics fabrication & coatingPresentation title | Presenter name | Page 11
Industry Road Maps for Transport and Mining Automotive - Priority Areas (Auto Australia 2020): • Vehicle Electrification • Light Weighting • Gaseous Fuel Technologies • Vehicle Communications Rail - Priority Areas (On-Track to 2040): • Materials and Manufacturing • Monitoring and Management • Power and Propulsion Resources – Key Challenges: • Develop and transfer innovative technology • Capitalise on our geographic advantage • Link Australian manufactures to the global supply chain • Leverage experience to lead responsible mining practicesManufacturing Technologies for Transport and Mining | Barrie Finnin | Page 12
CSIRO Manufacturing Technologies for Transport andMining Purpose: To enable Australian manufacturers servicing the transport and mining sectors to compete in global markets through development of advanced materials, components and production technologies Producing: Light weight material technologies for transport Durable material technologies for mining Vehicle electrification technologies Advanced process modeling systems Advanced sensing and detection systems Partnering with: Vehicle Manufacturers and Tier 1s SMEs MNEs CRC’s and Consortiums Government Organisations Universities Impact: Securing competitiveness of Australian manufacturers servicing the transport and mining industries through advanced materials, components and production technologiesManufacturing Technologies for Transport and Mining | Barrie Finnin | Page 13
How can CSIRO work effectively with SMEsWe already do .... with over 500 SME clients ! • Ad-hoc technical advice • Research collaboration – direct one-one, via Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) or in consortiums • Contract & co-investment research • Problem solving, consultancy and testing services • Commercialisation and licensing of Intellectual Property • Technology transfer assistance • Being the channel for technology developed elsewhere • Industry networking, workshops, precincts
How can CSIRO work effectively with SMEs SME Engagement Centre Australian Growth Partnerships Other Funding Sources, e.g. Clean Tech Program
We are seeking Collaborative research projects Contract research Consulting projects Licensing agreementsThank youCSIRO Future Manufacturing FlagshipMarcel BickBusiness Development Managert +61 2 9413 7473E email@example.com www.csiro.au