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Robin Wilson is Lead Technologist for High Value Manufacturing at the Technology Strategy Board

Robin Wilson is Lead Technologist for High Value Manufacturing at the Technology Strategy Board

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  • 1. Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing Enabled by Design-athon Friday 2nd November 2012 Ravensbourne College Robin Wilson Lead Technologist High Value Manufacturing 1
  • 2. Our 5 Strategic Focus Areas• Accelerating the journey - concept to commercialisation• Connecting the innovation landscape• Turning Government action into business opportunity• Investing in theme areas based on global potential• Continuously improving organisational capability 2
  • 3. Investing in priority areas based on potential 3
  • 4. UK Manufacturing in Context• Global market worth £6.3 trillion• UK in top 10 world manufacturers• GVA of £130 bn (10% UK GVA)• World #2 Aerospace [Manufacturing GVA by Country United Nations Statistics Division,• 2 of top 6 Pharma’ companies UK Value Added by Country, US$bn, 2010] based• Half of UK Exports• Resurgent auto industry – 84% exported 4
  • 5. High Value ManufacturingHigh value manufacturing is the application of leading-edge technicalknowledge and expertise to the creation of products, production processes,and associated services which have strong potential to bring sustainablegrowth and high economic value to the UK. Activities may stretch from R&Dat one end to recycling at the other.Such potential is characterised by a combination of high R&D intensity and high growth 5
  • 6. Cross-Cutting Strategic Themes 22 National Competences under these 6
  • 7. National Competences for ManufacturingLandscape studyidentifies:-5 Strategic themes &22 CompetencesHVM Strategybuilds competencein selected areas 7
  • 8. Technology Readiness Level 8
  • 9. Investment CriteriaWe will make our decisions to invest based on:• sector attractiveness – large global market – growth – UK R&D intensity• the 22 national competencies• technology readiness (TRL)• additionality (the potential for the Technology Strategy Board investment to make a difference 9
  • 10. The Toolset Range of Tools with different objectives / characteristics Collaborative Smart R&DLaunchpadInnovation Innovation and Entrepreneur Vouchers Knowledge Centres Missions
  • 11. Knowledge Transfer Networks (KTN) https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/guest/networksSee _Connect site for full list ofKTNs and other networkinggroups supported by TSB
  • 12. Collaborative Research & Development (CR&D)A tool to support technically challenging innovation projects:• Funding is won on a competitive basis, for projects that start and finish• Thematic competitions for projects which normally last 2 or 3 years• Open to all UK companies, or UK division of multi-nationals• R&D done in UK, benefits must accrue in the UK (and beyond)• Must be collaborative, ie: 2 or more partners signed up for the project• Matched funding: 50/50 for large companies, 60% grant for SMEs• Allows some sub-contracting to enable smaller companies to participate• Application process, usually 2-stage, needs planning and preparation• Independent, external assessors evaluate and score each application• Funding is grant, not loan, so projects are monitored for the duration
  • 13. Collaborative Research & Development (CR&D) New CR&D competition for AdditiveManufacturing / 3D Printing launchedhere, today! Theme: Inspiring new design freedoms We are looking for young, creativedesign talent to pioneer new ways toexploit this technology, set up newbusinesses and get the best out of it. This means you!
  • 14. Inspiring Design Freedoms in AM / 3DPMain Features of the competition:Menu of 6 topics in scope •Design freedoms •Application development and demonstrators •Pre and post processing •End to end system integration •Supply & distribution chains •Business model development and demonstration£7m funding available, some is ring-fenced for smallcompanies doing small projects.Call-back days for knowledge sharing across the runningprojects on non-competitive themes like design guidelines, supplychain priorities, material standards and future skills requirements
  • 15. Inspiring Design Freedoms in AM / 3DPOpens 3 December (registration etc)Briefing event 11 December (London) Morning: •Scope and project details •How to apply Afternoon •Consortium building •2-minute pitch “We offer, we need, would like to meet ...” •Networking opportunities – explore new partnering ideas •Identifying what are the most useful call-back day themes
  • 16. LinksTechnology Strategy Board www.innovateuk.org_Connect https://connect.innovateuk.org/See https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/additive-manufacturingRobin Wilson robin.wilson@tsb.gov.uk
  • 17. Questions? 17