Topsector HTSM lighting door Nils Erkamp van TNO

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Topsectoren beleid biedt kansen aan bedrijven om via PPS tot snellere innovatie te komen
TNO is vanuit topsector de PPS coördinerende partij en heeft Snellius opgericht om dit middels 3 Shared Research Programma’s vorm te geven
Human Centric Lighting Solutions
Smart Lighting Solutions
Improvement of SSL Systems
Slimme oplossingen (health & well-being, recycling, smart cities) bieden kansen aan de verlichtings-industrie om meer toegevoegde waarde te bieden
Agenda
Economische Zaken - Topsector approach
European context
Main drivers in the Lighting Industry
Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap
Towards smart lighting
A collaborative approach

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Topsector HTSM lighting door Nils Erkamp van TNO

  1. 1. Lighting roadmap 2013 For more information: Nils Erkamp Business Line mngr Lighting Tel. +31651881549 nils.erkamp@tno.nl
  2. 2. Agenda Economische Zaken - Topsector approach European context Main drivers in the Lighting Industry Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap Towards smart lighting A collaborative approach
  3. 3. 9 sectors
  4. 4. Objective ‘topsectoren’ “Een sectorale aanpak met meer vraagsturing door de bedrijfsleven, met minder specifieke subsidies, meer generieke lastenverlichting en meer ruimte voor ondernemers” Focus (reducing) public investments on most important economic sectors More involvement of MKB More alignment of activities of applied research institutes (TNO/NLR) and Academic research (Universities, TU’s) with the needs of Dutch companies In alignment with European agenda Verwachting: als je niet in een topsector valt, gaat financiering vervallen
  5. 5. Financial implementation – towards fiscal benefits Company: WBSO: R&D related salary costs RDA: other R&D related costs within the company TKI: RDA+: up to 25% addition on the company contribution if the project complies with the SRA Roadmap Meer info: http://www.agentschapnl.nl/content/haal-meer-uit-rd- research-en-development-aftrek-rda
  6. 6. High Tech Systems & Materials (htsm.nl)
  7. 7. Automotive Aerospace Semicon equipment Healthcare Lighting Solar Printing Security Photonics Advancedmaterials R&D roadmaps topsector HTSM Applicatie Technologie Nanotechnology Components/circuits Mechatronics/manuf. Embeddedsystems ICT Micro/nanoelectronics KET Components/circuits HTSM: High-Tech Systemen & Materialen
  8. 8. Agenda Economische Zaken - Topsector approach European context Main drivers in the Lighting Industry Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap Towards smart lighting A collaborative approach
  9. 9. Europe is shifting focus Old R&D New Innovation-To-Market
  10. 10. European objectives of Horizon 2020 program
  11. 11. Lighting can contribute significantly to a number of the societal challenges EU Societal challenges Health, demographic change and well-being Secure, clean and efficient energy Smart, green and integrated transport Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials Inclusive, innovative and secure societies Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research and the bio-economy
  12. 12. Benefits of match with EU objectives Funded projects (for SME up to 75%) Research  pilot lines & demo’s Shared projects are an enabler of platform developments, can accelerate market acceptance and standardization Notes So far, limited participation of SME’s – TNO / Snellius want to enable innovative SME’s to participate Both Philips and TNO lobby (successfully) to embed Dutch roadmap in Europe’s Horizon 2020 program
  13. 13. Agenda Economische Zaken - Topsector approach European context Main drivers in the Lighting Industry Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap Towards smart lighting A collaborative approach
  14. 14. Starting points: drivers of change Lighting accounts for 19% of the global electrical energy use. The demand for lighting is expected to triple by 2050. Many resources (like e.g. energy, materials, people, etc.) are becoming increasingly scarce or costly. Towards an and-and approach Quality of light, Reduction of energy consumption of the lighting system, Integration of the lighting system in the built environment and, A cradle-to-cradle perspective. Competitive position of European companies at stake Current lighting industry was shaped in ‘50’s – 60’s when Europe was the building site of the world Introduction of new lighting and ICT technologies
  15. 15. For lighting LED is a disruptive technology Lighting is becoming an electronics / semiconductor industry: many (business) aspects are changing LED System technology (e.g. lack of accelerated testing) is not yet mature  Both the R&D costs and the cost (and risk)-of-non-quality are rapidly increasing Potential new applications like ‘smart cities’ and ‘light & health’ require standardization / interoperability Many aspects are bigger than an individual company can handle; PPS cooperation could be a solution
  16. 16. Agenda Economische Zaken - Topsector approach European context Main drivers in the Lighting Industry Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap Towards smart lighting A collaborative approach
  17. 17. The Dutch Lighting Research Agenda Read the full roadmap
  18. 18. Topsector Lighting team Companies (lead): Bruno Smets (Philips) b.smets@philips.com Applied science: Nils Erkamp (TNO) nils.erkamp@tno.nl Fundamental science: Paul Schuddeboom (STW) p.schuddeboom@stw.nl Marcel Bartels (NOW) marcel.bartels@fom.nl Persoonsgegevens:
  19. 19. Value chain perspective (professional lighting) Lighting value chain L User Press Owner NSVV Specifiers System integrator Wholesale channel Installer 5 CIE NLA Luminaire / Light system 4 Module or multi-LED assembly 3 FHI Components: • Die, packaging, LED • Optics • Electronics • Mechanical/thermal Lamp Driver 2 - 0 Materials Equipment
  20. 20. Dutch focus is on Systems and Solutions Home base of Philips Lighting and NXP Typical company profile: SME with focused approach to modules, systems and solutions
  21. 21. Topics in the roadmap Segment (Technology) Challenges Solutions “A user-centric approach” Focus segments: Indoor, Outdoor, Mobility, Heathcare, Horticulture · Insight generation · User-system interaction · Multi-disciplinary knowledge · Lighting system integration with embedded systems · Lighting for wellbeing · Large scale demonstration test beds · New business concepts Systems “System architecture and integration” - Optics · Embedding of (O)LEDs into materials · Reliability, maintainability etc. · Data communication · Sensor integration · Linkage with Building Management Systems · Easy commissioning · Realization of intelligent lighting systems · Exploration of low-voltage DC networks · Development of free form electronics and sensors Components “New materials and structures & Cost-down manufacturing” · Active and passive photonic materials and structures · Thermal management · Color optimization and control over lifetime · (O)LED manufacturing process and equipment · Development of new OLED materials · Component integration technologies, e.g. More-than-Moore · LED packaging technology · Development of alternatives for scarce materials
  22. 22. From many topics  4 main clusters
  23. 23. Agenda Economische Zaken - Topsector approach European context Main drivers in the Lighting Industry Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap Towards smart lighting A collaborative approach
  24. 24. Why smart lighting makes business sense For Solid State Lighting the sky seemed the limit …
  25. 25. … which was driven by dramatic cost and efficiency improvement. Today: < 4 $/klm > 150 lm/W 2020 DOE: 0.7 $/klm 230 lm/W
  26. 26. We’ve started to realize that there is a limit to growth … In volume due to shrinking lamp replacement market In money due to price erosion
  27. 27. But is this creating value ? Mr. Klaus Vambersky (CTO Zumtobel group) @ Smart Lighting 2013 conference:
  28. 28. An alternative: Smart Lighting to create new value in services and solutions
  29. 29. The added value and the focus is on Smart Lighting 1. Lighting for Health & Well-being • Strong indications of beneficial effects need to be proven and then translated in new value propositions 2. Sustainability perspective: C2C • Added value concepts and business model that fulfil local needs with recyclable, upgradable solutions 3. Smart solutions in buildings & cities
  30. 30. Smart solutions in buildings, cities Penetration of controls systems is very limited: need for interoperable, easy to use systems Lighting units are ideal roll-out platform for sensor networks that can enable new services
  31. 31. Agenda Economische Zaken - Topsector approach European context Main drivers in the Lighting Industry Contents of the HTSM Lighting Roadmap Towards smart lighting A collaborative approach
  32. 32. Collaboration in Snellius Scope: Pre-competitive opportunities & threats that no one can solve alone P P P Customers (Users & Owners) Needs, Pilots, Proof commercial interest Research Institutes Invent, investigate, validate Companies Funding, Collaborate, Bring to market Societal actors Public authorities, NGOs Program board decides Program board decides TNO facilitates TNO is one of the RI’s
  33. 33. Snellius Innovation Partnership for Lighting A PPP with 3 Shared Research programs based on company R&D needs as identified in the Lighting roadmap of the HTSM topsector Human Centric Lighting Solutions Smart Lighting Solutions Improvement of SSL systems Collaboration of lead-users, public authoritiesproperty owners, companies and research institutes
  34. 34. Which topics fit with shared approach ? System performance modelling / accelerated life testing Everybody has the same problem. Customers do not pay for this as they see this as a ‘hygiene’ factor for any supplier It requires serious effort and a high variety of competencies New (digital, light & health, oled, integrated, …) concepts require good validation and a common view to achieve market acceptance Not 1 company can achieve this alone … Smart lighting solutions will save energy, enable new functionality and add additional value This will only work if systems are inter-operable Improvement of SSL System performance Smart Lighting Solutions Human Centric Lighting Solutions
  35. 35. Samenvatting Topsectoren beleid biedt kansen aan bedrijven om via PPS tot snellere innovatie te komen TNO is vanuit topsector de PPS coördinerende partij en heeft Snellius opgericht om dit middels 3 Shared Research Programma’s vorm te geven Human Centric Lighting Solutions Smart Lighting Solutions Improvement of SSL Systems Slimme oplossingen (health & well-being, recycling, smart cities) bieden kansen aan de verlichtings- industrie om meer toegevoegde waarde te bieden

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