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Developing an advanced 3D image scanner; a case study by Verhaert on Innovation Day '07.

Developing an advanced 3D image scanner; a case study by Verhaert on Innovation Day '07.

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    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study VERHAERTINNOVATIONDAY – OCTOBER 12th, 2007 www.mastersininnovation.com 3D Scanner: a Case Study Frederik Wouters Frederik.wouters@verhaert.com www.verhaert.com Commercially confidence – This presentation contains ideas and information which are proprietary of VERHAERT, Masters in Innovation®*, it is given in confidence. You are authorized to open and view the electronic copy of this document and to print a single copy. Otherwise, the material may not in whole or in part be copied, stored electronically or communicated to third parties without prior agreement of VERHAERT, Masters in Innovation®*. * VERHAERT, Masters in Innovation is a registered trade name of Verhaert Consultancies N.V. www.mastersininnovation.com CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 1
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Agenda www.mastersininnovation.com - Context & Application Brief - From Idea to a new Business - Risk controlled Development Approach - Timing & Planning CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 2
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Context & Application Brief www.mastersininnovation.com - Innovation initiated by Burke E. Porter Company - Innovation ... sustaining profitability by creating competitive advantage(s) CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 3
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Context & Application Brief - Burke E. Porter Company could have potential benefits by having its www.mastersininnovation.com proprietary 3D scanning system. GM: US6456372 Schenck: US6473978 Honda: US6836970 SUN electric: US5818574 Bridgestone: US5930881, US5930881 - Creating competitive advantage(s) Perceptron : US4745469, US4899218, US5600435, US5731870, US6400451, US665771, US4647208 - Production of sensor unit Fori : US5600435, US5731870, US5978077 - Calibration of sensor unit Siemens: DE2948573, US6532673, US6796035 - Exploiting patent(s) Mitsubishi : US6400451, US6657711 Dana : US5249364, US5249364 FORD: US5583797, US5583797, US5703796 CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 4
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Wheel alignment parameters www.mastersininnovation.com CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 5
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Basic measurement principle Sensitive camera www.mastersininnovation.com Range Precision Repeatability (2 sigma) Toe +/- 10° +/- 0,5’ +/-0,1’ Camber +/- 10° +/- 1’ +/-0,1’ Caster 0°-10° +/- 3’ +/- 1’ SAI 0°-20° +/- 0,3° +/- 0,2° Line diffractor Laser projectors 2x CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 6
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Innovation level www.mastersininnovation.com - A 3 year concurrent development timeframe - Optical 6 months - Algorithms 2 years - Mechanical 6 months - Software 1 year - FPGA Code 3 months - Processing electronics 3 months - Triggering electronics 1.5 months - Testing & debugging 1 year CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 7
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Multidisciplinary problems www.mastersininnovation.com Algorithms repeatability Optical aberrations Temperature & robustness RT Processing Serviceability Software Resolve inbetween Complexity grid CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 8
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Some Multidisciplinary Problems • 1280*1024 , 8 bit, 30 fps = 300 Mbps 1000,0 www.mastersininnovation.com MATLAB PC 100,0 DSP DSP & FPGA 10,0 1,0 l fit e n a ify ng ing ta lat io ial im i To s at r Di old as ax lte lic Cl m Fi h no m & ip es al ult e ly i se r od loc Po th Er M No by by n Bi n Bi • Noise filtering convolution with 16 x 1 Byte window filter 280 * 1024 @ 30 fps i.e. 1280 * 1024 * 30 * 16 = 630 MMAC’s per second CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 9
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Multidisciplinary team - Team discipline requirements www.mastersininnovation.com - Optical - Thermal - Algorithms - Mechanical & optomechanical design - Electronical - Software - Manufacturing - Service departement CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 10
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study From idea to new business www.mastersininnovation.com - IWT funding for Consortium - Filed in April 2005 - O&O Project during 3 years - Overall budget: 2.7 M€ - About 36% investment in sensor development - Two fold valorisation path CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 11
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study From idea to new business www.mastersininnovation.com Open inovation requires custom agreement to enable successful valorisation - Patent(s) owned by BEP - BEP owes 5 year shared rights on all concepts - Shared IP valorization in automotive between concept inventor and BEP - Other domains for concept inventor CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 12
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study From idea to new business www.mastersininnovation.com - BEP: - Sustaining revenue €5M, direct employement of 25.000 hours - Increase of revenue with annual 10% - Ie. 100 3D scanner per year - VERHAERT - Establish product business - New development projects - Enhance technology - Address new applications CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 13
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach Ideation & new opportunities creation 1 www.mastersininnovation.com Feasibility studies Program / Project Management 2 - Analysis - Technology scouting - Preliminary concepts - Budgetting & planning 3 Concept design 4 Analysis, simulation & demonstration Detailed design & engineering 5 Prototyping 6 Industrialisation & supply chain selection / mgm 7 CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 14
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach www.mastersininnovation.com - Analysis & Preliminar Concepts - Technical analysis of specifications and constraints - Generation of 2 concepts by Verhaert, 1 by Mecon - Benchmarking of concepts - Outcome - Patent(s) to fuel ideation - Freedom to operate - Uniqueness of concept - Theoretical benchmark CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 15
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach www.mastersininnovation.com - Breadboarding - Quick validation of concept - Feasibility - Matlab Image processing toolbox - Images generated with grid projection - Early stage measurement - precision benchmark - Outcome: Laser - First algorithmes - Precision information Camera Translation table - Selection of concept z CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 16
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach - Concept www.mastersininnovation.com - Elaboration of algorithms to proof potential precision versus range - Outcome: - Ways to proceed to: - Increase precision - Robustness - Temperature compensation CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 17
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach www.mastersininnovation.com - Detailed design - Optical design - Optomechanical design - Optical component selection and validation - Compensation algoritmes - Processing time optimisation - Processing dimensioning - Processing board selection - FPGA code development - Outcome - Proof-of-technology - Testing & Validation - Patentability - Patent filing CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 18
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach - Housing design www.mastersininnovation.com - Selection of : - Assembly means - Production means - Cost effective production means - Strategy canvas - Outcome: - Design proposals - Foam model - Detailed design of housing - Mockup CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 19
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study Risk controlled Development Approach www.mastersininnovation.com Early customer feedback - Sneak preview with lead users - Prototyping for “SENSOR+TEST” in Nürnberg 05/07 CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 20
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study With thanks to ... www.mastersininnovation.com Ten Briele 6 Xavier de Cocklaan 68/1 B-8200 Brugge B-9831 Sint Martens Latem Belgium Belgium Bischoffsheimlaan 25 B-1000 Brussel Belgium CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 21
    • © MASTERS IN INNOVATION ® 3D Scanner: a Case Study www.mastersininnovation.com Verhaert New Products & Services nv Hogenakkerhoekstraat 21 9150 Kruibeke Belgium Tel +32 (0)3 250 19 00 Fax +32 (0)3 254 10 08 www.verhaert.com info@verhaert.com www.mastersininnovation.com CONFIDENTIAL 12.10.2007 Slide 22