CEO Meeting Fraunhofer Institut: Investigación Aplicada para la Innovación
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CEO Meeting Fraunhofer Institut: Investigación Aplicada para la Innovación



En este, el XI encuentro de Gerentes Generales del Club de Innovación, Wolfgang Schuch, Gerente General de Fraunhofer Institut, nos explico que para ellos sus focos más importantes, tanto en Chile ...

En este, el XI encuentro de Gerentes Generales del Club de Innovación, Wolfgang Schuch, Gerente General de Fraunhofer Institut, nos explico que para ellos sus focos más importantes, tanto en Chile como en el resto del mundo, han sido: desarrollar tecnologías para lograr innovaciones de alto impacto; patentar e innovar con las empresas y crear soluciones útiles para los consumidores de mercados globales.



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CEO Meeting Fraunhofer Institut: Investigación Aplicada para la Innovación CEO Meeting Fraunhofer Institut: Investigación Aplicada para la Innovación Presentation Transcript

  • FRAUNHOFER  GESELLSCHAFT     Fraunhofer  is  the  largest  applicaBon-­‐oriented     Research  OrganizaBon  in  Europe.   •  Fraunhofer  provides  research  support  for  new   products  or  services  for  German  Industry   •  Focus  is  on  pracBcal  soluBons  which  impact   people:   •  Health  and  Environment  ,  Safety  and  Security,     Informa7on  and  Communica7on,  Mobility  and   Transporta7on,  Energy  and  Water   •  Fraunhofer  in  numbers   –  66  InsBtutes:  22.  000  scienBsts&  engineers   –  Budget:  Euro  2  billon  budget,  1.6  bil  from   contract  research     •  Work  with  large  as  well  as  medium  and  small   companies  as  well  as  government  
  • Joseph von Fraunhofer's Vision: »Being Closer to the stars« The  development  of  new  types  of  glass,  significant  improvements  in  glass  manufacturing   and  the  perfec9on  of  the  construc9on  of  op9cal  instruments  led  to  impressive  results.   Fraunhofer  established  standardized  manufacturing  methods,  expanded  the  product   range  of  the  workshop  significantly  and  with  that  increased  its  economic  success.   View slide
  • Role of Fraunhofer within the innovation system Societal challenge as future markets - being ready for global competition Universities perform excellent scientific research Research cycle RTOs bridge the innovation gap with technological R&D Innovation cycle Innovative companies create new products Intensive exchange with society n  The Management model of Fraunhofer is driven by the intermediary position between science and industry n  The Fraunhofer management model needs to foster n  demand driven thinking (close contact to industry) n  ideas and fundamental research (close contact to universities) n  thinking in networks (making new connections) n  thinking in system approaches (Life cycle analysis etc) View slide
  • Innovation depends on invention and inventors should be treated as the pop stars of industry! Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh (*1921)
  • What lies ahead ? Which Topics will transform Society? Energy Health Mobility Environment Communications Security
  • Cluster Networks for Successful Innovations IMP³rove benchmarking shows - »close« networking results in higher growth rates 30 6 25 20 10 10 Closely networked companies n = 1600 Less closely networked companies Turnover (%) Turnover (%) Among the small and mid-sized firms in Europe, 70% of the growth champions (10% of the most profitable fastest-growing companies) focus on close relations with network partners in innovation management Average turnover growth Generation of turnover from product rates over last 4 years and service innovations less than 3 8 7.1 years old 4 3.2 2 Closely networked companies Less closely networked companies Source: European Benchmarking Study 2008, EU Project IMP³rove
  • Focus »Innovation« Methods to accelerate innovations How good is the innovation ability of our company? How can we increase the innovation ability of our company consequently? How can we accelerate the innovation projects of your company? © Fraunhofer Systematic evaluation and analysis of the innovation ability Innovation Audit Continuous steering of the innovation ability Innovation Card Identification, analysis and overcoming of timedrivers Timedriver analysis
  • Key Technologies: Drivers for Innovations Key Technologies Information and Communication Technologies Optical Technologies Produktion Technologies Material Technologies Bio Technologies High potential german application areas • Automotive • Medical Technology • Mechanical Engineering • Logistics Nano Technologies Microsystem Technologies Innovative Services Source: BMBF 2010, Die Hightech-Strategie für Deutschland
  • Material developments – Innovation driver for important industries ! n  Two thirds of all technological innovations are dependant on material ! aspects (Source: VDI-Gesellschaft Werkstofftechnik) ! n  More than 70% of the gross national project in the western technology countries are directly or indirectly linked with the development of materials (Source: Arthur D. Little) n  Material technologies are taking a key function concerning the maintenance and enhancement of the international competitiveness of the most important German industries © Fraunhofer
  • Research Example: Green Automobile Production Green Carbody Technologies Green Powertrain Technologies Resource efficiency in the process chain „coated body“ Tool making Press plant Body manufact. Coat Goal §  Press plant: - Reject ò (< 2 %) - Utilization of material ñ (> 75 %) §  Body manufacturing: - Energy consumption - Stand-by-losses Innovation-Alliance §  Planning §  Tool making §  Press plant §  Body manufacturing §  Coating Fraunhofer IWU, IPT, IPA, 62 companies ò (um 20 %) ò (um 50 %) „From the Motor to the Wheel“ Goal Adadaptive Formhonstrategy §  CO2-Emissions ò 20 % - Efficiency ñ 5 % (through friction power minimization) - Light construction à Cam shaft: à Con rod: à Crank shaft: 50 % weight ò 20 % weight ò 25 % weight ò Lead projects §  Low energy motor §  Light construction transaxle §  Electric-Traction
  • Vision E³-Fabrik
  • 2 Vision E³-Fabrik •  Energy- und resource-efficient production §  Wirkungsgradoptimierte Produktion •  →  Optimierung der Energie- und Ressourcenausnutzung •  Basis: Innovative Fertigungstechnologien und –einrichtungen §  Total Energy Management •  →  Geschlossene Energie- Ressourcenkreisläufe •  Minimierung der „Verlust“-Energien aus dem Produktionsprozess sowie Energiewiederverwendung  →  Reduzierung der Ressourcenabhängigkeit
  • 2 Vision E³-Fabrik •  Emissions neutral Factory §  Nachhaltiges Produzieren •  →  AlternaBve  Energieversorgung  einschließlich  regeneraBver  Energiequellen   •  Inklusive: Energetischen Interaktion - „Produktion – Gebäude“
  • 3 Energieeffiziente Produktionsanlagen Energieverbrauchsanalyse eines Bearbeitungszentrums Steigerung der Energieeffizienz Senkung des Energiebedarfs → elektrisch, thermisch, mechanisch bzw. Erhöhung des Energieausnutzungsgrades Effizienzsteigerung der Komponenten Reduzierung der Hauptzeiten
  • 4 Total Energy Management Erfassung und Bilanzierung des Ressourcen- und Energieverbrauchs Bilanzierung der Einzelprozesse Systemtheoretischer Ansatz Energieorientierte Analyse der Prozessparameter Prozesskettenbilanz (= Gesamtbilanz) Abbildung der Prozesse als Module →  Flexibilität hinsichtlich der Verknüpfung zu Prozessketten Ableitung effizienzsteigernder Maßnahmen Kennzahlen zur Bewertung der Energie- und Ressourceneffizienz Detektion energie- und ressourcenintensiver Stellgrößen
  • Energy  Efficient  Buildings   A Topic of the Institute for Building Physics (IBP) Latent-heat storage Advanced daylighting Solar cooling Geothermal cooling Adapted shading Solar electricity Thermal insulation Solar heating Tight building envelopes Artificial ventilation with heat exchanger Geothermal energy
  • Fraunhofer  Food  Chain  Management  Alliance     Competencies [3] n  Food Science [1] n  Packaging Technology [2] [2] [4] n  Logistics [3] [1] n  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) [4] [5] [6] n  Networks [7] [8] [9] n  Optical Analysis [6; 9] n  Sensoric und Micro System Technology [1; 5; 7] n  Bio Chip Technology und Lab-On-Chip [8] n  Services Examples: [1] Gas Sensor - IME, IPM Spectrometer - IPMS [2] UV Filter in Package - IVV [3] Transparency in Food Chains - SCS [4] AutoID - IML [5] Color Detector - EMFT [6] 3D Sheet of Light Imaging - IIS [7] Mobile Scanner FreshScan - IZM [8] Bio Chip Detection Plattform - ISIT [9] Miniaturized IR
  • Healthy  Foods     The Challenge of High Consumer Acceptance and Disease Prevention Objectives and Challenges n  Increasing number of overweight people Our Answers n  Increase in comorbidities such as diabetes n  Innovative screening and rapid tests to analyze single components and substance patterns n  Partial malnutrition due to unbalanced diet n  Gentle disinfection and sterilization methods n  Supply of superior resources of consistent quality n  Safe and high-grade foods as a result of intelligent packaging n  Fresh foods despite long transportation routes n  Aroma and texture research for maximum eating pleasure n  Protection of foods from undesirable changes n  Tasty recipes for calorie reduced and functional foods n  Healthy foods that taste good n  New ingredients for bioactive foods n  in vitro and in vivo proof of efficacy of bioactive food components Health through a specific diet
  • Example:  Func9onal  Ingredients   Development of tailor-made food ingredients Oil and protein crops extraction modification High-quality food ingredients Lupin, sunflower, soy, rapeseed, linseed, pea Pomaces from fruit and vegetable processing Source: Pixelio Protein, dietary fibre, secondary plant metabolites
  • Application in Food Example:  Func9onal  Ingredients   Example: Replacement of animal proteins (egg, milk) and soy protein
  • Op9miza9on  of  Logis9cs  Infrastructure  in  China     Aim: §  Strategic Positioning of a Logistics Park at the port of Sanshan for aiding the economic development of the city Foshan Tasks: §  Masterplanning of the Logistics Park (planning of logistics functions) Fosha n §  Implementation Plan and marketing concept §  Business model for developing and operating company
  • Op9miza9on  of  Logis9cs  Infrastructure  in  China     Import raw material 1 Buffering Processing (Components) 2 4 Warehousing, 14 Distribution, Delivering 3 Processing 5 Contact Person: Konstantin Horstmann Fraunhofer Institute for materialflow and logistics Joseph-von-Fraunhofer-Str. 2-4 44227 Dortmund Phone +49 231 9743-322 Mail Results: §  Market analysis of requirements of local industries §  Strategic planning of logistics functions for the single areas / plots §  Strategic development and marketing concept §  Business model for development company with cost-benefit analysis Consolidated findings: §  Good planning of logistics functions leads to competitive advantages and enables focusing on desired user groups
  • Fraunhofer  Chile  Research     •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •    FCR  was  established  as  a  FoundaBon  in  2010  in  Chile     The  only  legal  representaBon  Fraunhofer  in  Latam   Aim  is  to  bring  the  Fraunhofer  model  to  Chile  and  Latam   Centre  for  Systems  Biotechnology  (CSB)  is  its  first  Research  Centre   Close  collaboraBon  with  Fraunhofer  InsBtute  for  Molecular   Biology  and  Appleid  Ecology  (IME),  Aachen   Financing  in  Chile  for  10  years  is  provided  by  the  CORFO     At  present  over  120  scienBsts  work  in  the  Center   Over  30  scienBsts  are  also  working  in  Fraunhofer  IME  in  joint   projects   4  Patent  applicaBons  filed   Raised  funding  for  10  new  projects  based  on  Industry  needs       Raised  funding  for  15  new  projects  from  public  compeBBons   Model  is  based  on  close  collaboraBon  with  local  UnviersiBes  
  • Fraunhofer  IME  in  Aachen   Avia-Luftbild, Aachen – Dipl.-Ing. Martin Jochum
  • Center  for  Systems  Biotechnology     Unidad de Gestión Tecnologías de Plataforma Acuicultura Energía Agricultura
  • Which  Approach  do  we  take?       •  Development  of  plaaorm  technologies  with  broad  applicaBons     •  Development  of  core  competencies  to  address  industry  needs   •  Present  Technological  Focus   •  Bio-­‐CompuBng,  Disease  control  technologies  for   aquaculture,  Nano  Biotechnology,  Nano-­‐Medicine  and   Renewable  Resources/bioenergy     •  Present  acBviBes   •  IdenBfy  industry  partners  for  present  projects   •  IniBate  new  project  dependant  in  industry  needs   •  Innovate!   •  Set  up  new  Projects  or  Centers  which  present  other   Fraunhofer  Technologies  required  in  Chile  and  Latam  
  • Strategic  Approaches  to  InnovaBon   Basic Research Early Product Concept •  Discovery  of   new   concepts   •  Proof  of   concept   development   •      •   Patent  filing   •  Research     into  basic   mechanisms       Late Research Product development •  Work  with   •  Prototype     Industry   •  Prototype     Partners   refinement   •  Scale  up   •  Scale  up                 •  First                                             Prototype     •  Patent  work   Initial Launch •  First  small  scale   product  sales     University FCR FCR / Industry Industry/FCR Industry
  • Fraunhofer  Chile  Research       Our  Achievements  so  far:     •  First  prototypes  developed:   •  Treatment  for  fish  disease   •  ApplicaBon  for  many  viral,  bacterial  and  fungal   diseases   •  NanoparBcles  for  removal  of  unwanted  chemicals   •  ApplicaBons  in  water  purificaBon  etc   •  NanoparBcles  for  wine  improvement       •  NanoparBcles  for  gene  delivery    
  • Fraunhofer  Chile  Research     Other  Achievements   •  Provided  contacts     •  •  •  •  •    for  mining  supply  company  for     for  glass  manufacturer  (Cristal  Chile)   for  plasBcs  company   for  food  companies  (AgroSuper)   Consultancies  on  technologies,  innovaBon  processes     •  Establishment  of  New  Fraunhofer  Competencies  in  Chile   •  FOKUS  InnoCity    established  Oct.  2012     •  ISE  (ISESE)                          
  • Fraunhofer  Chile  Research     Other  Achievements   •  Provided  contacts     •  •  •  •  •    for  mining  supply  company  for     for  glass  manufacturer   for  plasBcs  company   for  food  companies   Consultancies  on  technologies,  innovaBon  processes     •  Establishment  of  New  Fraunhofer  Competencies  in   Chile   •  FOKUS  InnoCity   •  ISE    
  • Center for Systems Biotechnology - Partners
  • Fraunhofer  FOKUS   Ins9tute  for  Open  Communica9on  Systems  
  • CHARACTERISTICS  OF  FRAUNHOFER  FOKUS   •  Fraunhofer  FOKUS…   –  –  –  –  –  –  –  …develops  intelligent  ICT  SoluBons  for  the  public  space.   …is  the  link  between  ICT  industries  and  public  administraBon.   …builds  on  strong  scienBfic  experBse.   …links  between  legislaBon  and  technology.   …acts  domain  oriented  and  independent  from  manufacturers  and  products.   …collaborates  with  internaBonal  partners  from  universiBes  and  industry.   IS  THE    INDEPENDANT  LINK  BETWEEN  POLICY  MAKERS  AND  INDUSTRY  
  • FOKUS  COMPETENCE  CENTERS   •  ASCT   •  Automo9ve  Services  and  Communica9on   •  MOTION   •  Modeling  and  Tes9ng  for  System   •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  •  Technologies   E-­‐HEALTH   PlaOorms  and  Solu9ons  for  Connected   Healthcare   ELAN   Electronic  Government  and  Applica9ons   ESPRI   Electronic  Safety  and  Security  Systems  for   the  Public  and  Industries   FAME   Future  Applica9ons  and  Media   IT4ENERGY   Smart  Metering  &  Energy  Management   •  •  •  •  •  •  and  Service  Solu9ons   NET   Network  Research   NGNI   Next  Genera9on  Network   Infrastructures   ÖFIT   Public  Informa9on  Technology   QUEST   Embedded  Systems  Quality   Management   VISCOM   Visual  Compu9ng  
  • Current Partners of the Laboratory 36
  • Iden99es  are  needed:  Evolu9on  in  the  Internet   Internet  affects  more  and  more  our  world.     Level of Interaction Communities The management of Services electronic identities becomes more and more important! Single Vendors Uni/ The military availability of secure and authentic electronic identities becomes also more and more important! Inside Connected Individual Time
  • The  new  German  Electronic  Iden9ty  Card   Card in Brief Electronic Functions •  Online  FuncBon:   electronic  authen9ca9on:   –  For  eBusiness  and  eGovernment   –  PIN  for  user  und  authorisaBon  cerBficate  for  service   provider  required   •  Signature  FuncBon:   qualified  electronic  signature   –  Can  be  obtained  and  uploaded  on  card  addiBonally   •  Sovereign  FuncBon:   –  Digital    photograph  and  (opBonally)  two  digital   fingerprints   –  Access  to  the  sovereign  funcBon  have  exclusively   qualified  authoriBes  such  as  customs,  border  control   etc.  
  • The  German  eID   Innova9on  –  Mutual  iden9fica9on   •  The Service Provider has to register with a German authority to access the German eID card and its attributes like name, address and age. Citizen Is the service provider trustworthy? Service Provider identifies itself With an authorization certificate Service Provider Citizen as well as the SP are trustworthy players within the German eID framework Citizen identifies with German eID Does the person really exist?
  • Infrastructure  of  the  Online  func9on     40
  • 30  test  par9cipants  ini9ally,  finally  over  200  service  providers  tested  the   German  eID  card  func9onality   eGovernment Financial Services eBusiness
  •   Fraunhofer  Morgenstadt  Project   •  Develop  a  CO2  neutral,  energy  efficient  and  climate  adapted                        environment  for  its  Ci7zens   •  Approach  this  via  a  system  approach  to  achieve    livability,  sustainability  and   innova7on  by  focusing  on:   •  Energy,  Buildings,  Produc7on  and  Logis7cs,  Mobility  and  Transporta7on,   Informa7on  and  Communica7ons   •  Par7cipa7ng  Ci7es   -­‐  North  America:  Vancouver,  Toronto,  San  Francisco     -­‐  South  America:  Sao  Paulo,  Curi7ba   -­‐  Europe:  Stockholm,  Copenhagen,  Zurich,  Santander,  Istanbul   -­‐  Australia:  Brisbane     -­‐  Africa:  Durban,  Nairobi   -­‐  Asia:  Ulan  Bator,  Taipei,  Seoul,  Osaka,  Bangalore   •  Digital  Technologies  form  a  central  part  of  these  ini7a7ves        
  • »m:ci«  research  fields   Main urban systems as drivers for sustainable cities Renewable energies Advanced recycling Energy plus houses Energy grids Closed material and energy cycles Cradle-tocradle production Biodegradable materials Environment interaction Geographic Information processing Wireless internet Smart-phone technology Citizen participation Smart collaborations Modern decision structures Mass transitEmission free Mobility on-demand
  • Fraunhofer  Chile  Research     •  •  •    In  October  2012  established    Fraunhofer  Fokus  InnoCity  as  a  Hub     for  Smart  CiBes  Technologies  for  Chile  and  Latam.   Present  Projects  in:   •  Smart  Grids,  Smart  Electricity   •  Smart  Mobility   •  ConnecBvity   •  eGovernment   •  eHealth   Closely  linked  to  Digital  Strategy  of  Chile   –   A  clearly  laid  out  plan  of  programs  and  projects   –  Addresses  the  needs  of  Government,  ciBzens,  industry  and   academia   –  Has  many  strategic  components  for  all  stakeholders   –  ICT  sector  to  contribute  10%  to  Chilean  GDP  by  2020  
  • 1st  Smart  CiBes  Workshop  in  Chile   •  Smart  CiBes   conceptualized  around   themes  which  in  turn   encompass  a  number  of   sub-­‐topics   •  ParBcipants  provided   feedback  to  prioriBze   these  areas  based  on   current  or  proposed   Ref. Boyd Cohen projects  
  • Innovation leads to more profitablity
  • Fraunhofer Energy Research Regenerative energy §  Solar heat §  Photovoltaic §  Wind energy §  Biofuel §  Biogas §  Biomass §  Wood as energy source New drive concepts and energy storage Energy efficiency and management §  Fuel cells §  Hybrid drive §  Electric drive §  Power electronic §  Electro-mobility §  Net integration §  Batteries §  Electric storage §  Energetic reconstruction of buildings §  Energy-Plus-Buildings §  Facades, insulations §  Power generator and user management §  Management of energy-transfer and distribution systems §  Heat pumps Participants: Fraunhofer Energy Alliance n  Fraunhofer Construction Alliance n  Fraunhofer Traffic and Transportation Alliance n  System research electro-mobility n  Further theme oriented groups, e.g. Intelligent energy networks, Wind energy, Micro-energy technology n 
  • If everything is under control you are just not driving fast enough. Stirling Moss (automobile racer, born 1929) © Fraunhofer
  •  From  old  to  modern  Technologies   No  future  without  investment  in     R&D  and  in  innova5on  
  • More information about us… Bio-Computing Division - FCR
  • Contact  Details   • Wolfgang  Schuch   • General  Manager   • Fraunhofer  Chile  Research  Founda9on   • Sánchez  Fontecilla  310,  Piso  14   • Las  Condes,  San9ago,  Chile   •   • 56  96  597  9364  
  •  A  Sample  of  Morgenstadt  Projects   Urban Development Smart Building Smart Mobility Smart Electricity E mobility Urban Systems Research Public Security System Air-Ports, Tunnels Business Model Development Job Development Urban Logistics Refuse management Open Government eParticipation M2M