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Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)
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Examples of niche technologies PG (INNOPOMERANIA)

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Prezentacja prof. Andrzaja Pawlaka - profesora na Lawerence Technological University, Southfield, USA, przedstawiona na konferencji projektu INNOPOMERANIA na Politechnice Gdańskiej.

Prezentacja prof. Andrzaja Pawlaka - profesora na Lawerence Technological University, Southfield, USA, przedstawiona na konferencji projektu INNOPOMERANIA na Politechnice Gdańskiej.

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  • 1. Examples of Niche Technologies prof. Andrzej M. Pawlak April, 2010 April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 2. Commercialization Process Disruptive Technologies Examples: Six Startups Technology Portfolio with Score Total Score 1 Deformation Resistance Welding 61 Deformation Resistance Welding – SpaceForm startup 2 Electronics Cooling Technologies 56 3 Self-Structuring Antenna 55 Self-Structuring Antenna – Monarch Antenna startup 4 Over-molded Electronic Packaging 53 4 Packaging Optimization MultiPack 53 Packaging Optimization – MultiPack startup 6 Kinetic Spray Metal Coatings 49 6 Math Based Metal Removal 49 MBMR Technology – Precon startup CAD/CAM Horizontal 8 CadCam 47 CAD/CAM Horizontal Modeling Modeling Methodologies Methodologies – CadCam startup 9 Direct Ozone Reduction 45 10 Intumescent Material 44 Technologies for lithium batteries – EnerDel startup 11 Secured Architecture 42 Magnetorheological Fluids – 12 MR Fluids 41 MagneRide System April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 3. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack MultiPack 3D Packaging Optimization Software Tool April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 4. Mining Disruptive Technologies: MultiPack 3-D CAD Packaging Function Packaging Technology Packaging Optimization Images & Section Elements & Disposable 3-D CAD Packaging Product & Process Function: 3-D CAD Packaging April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 5. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Created in Q1 2004 MultiPack Delphi is a majority shareholder- entrepreneurial management State of Michigan and Automation Alley are shareholders Headquarters at Delphi HQ, Troy, Michigan Strategic alliance with General Motors Focus on packaging efficiency Folded in 2006 due to value chain problems April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 6. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Logistics and packaging costs significant MultiPack No 3-D tools to optimize complex part packaging – Packaging design created manually– “old way” – Pack Design begins after prototypes are built – Timing is hurried – Non collaborative through value stream Empower “who owns packaging” – Speed up the cycle time – Evaluate more solutions – Go beyond general standard pack requirements April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 7. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Lean Manufacturing MultiPack – Supports lean best practices – Removes cost – Invent and utilize new products and processes 3D Packaging Optimization Software is a PLM Tool – Stimulates collaboration in advance of production – Produce pack layouts with a consensus derived from the extended enterprise – Investigate thousands of scenarios (you can play chess against a computer and tie but not win) April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 8. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack New Best Practice MultiPack – Increase pack density without compromising other equally important parameters – Improve timing to design dunnage – Reduce container cost and increase reuse – Reduce material handling costs – Lower freight and warehousing costs April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 9. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Quantifiable Value Proposition – Value to user can be defined as the cost savings over the MultiPack lifetime of a particular part design: – One time savings: » design engineering time for packaging + » container purchase + » dunnage design + » dunnage prototyping + – On-going savings: » warehousing + » freight + » assembly line efficiency + » reduction in damaged parts = Total Life-Cycle Cost Savings/Avoidance April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 10. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack INPUT PARAMETERS: TYPICAL PACK CONFIGURATION • Customer Packaging/Manufacturing Requirements •Total Weight Limit •Part/container clearance •Part Volume/Flow •Positional Constraints/Orientation • Customer Container List & Selection Process EFFICIENT PACK CONFIGURATION Automatic Optimization PROGRAM OUTPUT: OPTIMALPACK • Hundreds of solutions CONFIGURATION • Unique Identifier 3D Math Data on Part • Container Size •Conversion • Number of Parts •Premodeling • Number of Layers •Preorientation routine • Volume Efficiency • Cost Efficiency • Part Orientation April, 2010 Process Description Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 11. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack How It Works Optimized Solution Based on: • Volumetric efficiency • Shipping cost savings • Parts presentation requirements • Production flow • Weight • Dunnage design created in 2D exportable files April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 12. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack 3 Value Components: – Cost Reduction – Asset Optimization – Service Enhancement 3DO n tit t io m ren C o C ur pe Outer Ring: Stakeholders Center Ring: P&L Cost Savings Inner Ring: Activity/Resource April, 2010 3D Process Benefits- Stakeholders Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 13. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Original Packaging Design 3D Packaging Design 10 units per container 12 parts in same container Weight limitation 30 lbs 66 fewer containers needed Part protection Freight volume reduced 17% 20% improvement in pack density April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 14. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Original Packaging Design 3D Packaging Design 8 units per container 12 parts in same container, but limited to 10 due to weight constraints Weight limitation 30 lbs 138 fewer containers needed Part protection Freight volume reduced 20% 25% improvement in pack density April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 15. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Original Packaging Design 3D Packaging Design 12 units per container 12 parts per container 2 hrs to design and prototype 1 hr to design Required 2 physical parts Despite same pack density, cost savings were realized by a quicker, easier design cycle April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 16. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Original Packaging Design 3D Packaging Design 1143 1219 196 units per pallet 250 parts per pallet using expendable container and new layout Using returnable container currently, but desire expendable 300 fewer pallets to be transported Freight volume reduced 18% Fragile needle point Overseas shipment 18% improvement in pack density April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 17. Commercialization Process Model Example: MultiPack Original Packaging Design 3D Packaging Design 125 units per pallet 288 parts per pallet Expendable container 1018 fewer pallets shipped Fragile needle point Freight volume reduced 56% Freight savings justifies new forklift Overseas shipment investment 56% improvement in pack density April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 18. Commercialization Process Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc Self-Structuring Antenna Technology – Monarch Antenna startup company April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 19. Mining Disruptive Technologies: Smart Antenna Self-Structuring-Feed Function Function: Smart Feed Chip & Contacts Antenna Smart Feed Circuit & Connected Self-Structuring Feed Antenna System Smart Antenna Technology April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 20. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Technology Developed by Delphi and Michigan State University Disruptive Technology- dominate IP Position Multiple Markets Targeted: Consumer, industrial, military, vehicle NewCo Created April 2007- Monarch Antenna, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI 48104, http//monarchantenna.com – Partners: Delphi, MSU and Automation Alley (accelerator) Hot markets: LapTops, cell phones, zigbee, military, municipalities Paradigm Shift: From after though “black art” to front end design NASA- large grant April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 21. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Fabless Michigan-based technology company Partnered with Delphi, MSU and Automation Alley Maintain dominant SSA patent position Develop dual-use from Military to consumer Enabler: “Monarch Inside” like “Dolby Inside” branding SSA is potential Game Changer (adaptive vs. fixed) Wireless society demands high performance devices OE’s search for product differentiation Premium Product Pricing? April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 22. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Monarch Antenna's patented Self-Structuring Antenna (SSA) improves the reliability of the wireless link. SSA is a disruptive antenna technology enabling 3G and 4G devices to deliver richer content over a multitude of protocols and to offer higher mobility. SSA responds to changes in the RF signal environment by dynamically reconfiguring its electrical shape to maximize the Signal-To-Noise-Ratio (SNR). In terms of end user experience, SSA has the potential to provide fewer dropped calls, smaller dead zones, faster downloads, and longer battery life. Besides staple consumer wireless devices such as cell phones, laptops, and routers, the SSA is an equally attractive solution for adoption in machine-to-machine communication, consumer electronics and military markets applications. April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 23. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Partners 1. Delphi Technologies, Inc. 2. Michigan State University 3. Automation Alley Future Relationships 1. Early Adopter 2. Manufacturing 3. Military/Government sponsor 4. University 5. Venture Capital April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 24. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Dropped Calls Slow Downloads Dead Spots Short Battery Life Can be traced to Poor Antenna Performance April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 25. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Fixed Adaptive Conventional Antenna SSA- novel technology •Higher Gain •Interference Rejection Fixed Pattern Adaptive Pattern April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 26. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Self-Structuring Antenna (SSA) Conventional Antenna SSA (Fixed Aperture) (Adaptive Aperture) Device Device April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 27. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Cell Phone/Laptop/PDA (Consumer/Corporate) City Wide Wi-Fi/WiMax (Municipalities/Campus) Robots (Military) Router (home) Zigbee (industrial) April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 28. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Air Sea Land Weapon SSA Benefits: • Reliable RF Link in Dynamic Environments • Multiplexing of Different Frequency Bands • Faster Data Transfer for Video and Infrared • Graceful Degradation in Hostile Environments April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 29. Commercialization Process Model Example: Monarch Antenna, Inc. Automotive HDTV Laptop & Router Cell Phone & PDA RFID SSA Benefits: • Faster Downloads • Fewer Dropped Calls Greater Customer • Smaller Dead Spots • Richer Content Satisfaction • Longer Battery Life • Multiple Bands Addressable Antenna Market (Total): $16B in 2009 (Spartan Consulting, Inc.) April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©
  • 30. Thank You for Your Attention! April, 2010 Andrzej M. Pawlak ©

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