What does sustainable manufacturing mean for Australia?
 

What does sustainable manufacturing mean for Australia?

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Sarah King, Leader Sustainable Manufacturing, from CSIRO delivered this presentation at the 2013 ARA Rail Suppliers Forum. The annual conference is the only event of its kind in Australia which has ...

Sarah King, Leader Sustainable Manufacturing, from CSIRO delivered this presentation at the 2013 ARA Rail Suppliers Forum. The annual conference is the only event of its kind in Australia which has been specifically researched and developed for the benefit of the rail supply and rail contracting sector. For more information about the event, please visit www.informa.com.au

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What does sustainable manufacturing mean for Australia? What does sustainable manufacturing mean for Australia? Presentation Transcript

  • FUTURE MANUFACTURING FLAGSHIP Australian Sustainable Manufacturing in 2013, and beyond Sarah King: Leader, Sustainable Manufacturing Innovation July 2012
  • Agenda – Sustainable Manufacturing CSIRO + Innovation Global Megatrends Resource Efficiency Business Model Innovation New Technology
  • 62% of our people hold university degrees 2000 doctorates 500 masters CSIRO undertakes $~500M of externally funded R&D each year Work with partners in over 80 countries Top 1% of global research institutions in 14 of 22 research fields Top 0.1% in 4 research fields Highest number of citations per scientist in Australia Darwin Alice Springs Bakers Hill Atherton Townsville 2 sites Rockhampton Toowoomba Gatton Myall Vale Narrabri Mopra Parkes Griffith Belmont Geelong Hobart Sandy Bay Werribee Wodonga Newcastle Armidale 2 sites Perth 3 sites Adelaide 2 sites Brisbane 6 sites Sydney 5 sites Canberra 7 sites People 6550 Locations 57 Budget $1B+ Murchison Cairns Melbourne 6 sites Snapshot Infra $3.5bn Patents 3000+ Partners 1300+
  • DIGITAL PRODUCTIVITY AND SERVICES ENERGY TRANSFORMEDBIOSECURITY National Research Flagships CLIMATE ADAPTATION WEALTH FROM OCEANS FOOD FUTURES SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE MINERALS DOWN UNDERFUTURE MANUFACTURING PREVENTATIVE HEALTH WATER FOR A HEALTHY COUNTRY
  • Research Themes Flexible Electronics  Low cost light-emitting and light-harvesting thin film devices - OPV & OLED  Printed electronic switches & sensors (OFET) Manufacturing technologies for transport and mining  Electric drives systems and energy storage  Light weighting and durability  Detection systems Titanium Technologies Powder production  Metal production  Powder to product  Direct/Additive manufacturing Sustainable high performance materials High performance multi- functional composites Coating technologies Lightweight ballistic resistant materials  Advanced Fibre technologies Agile Manufacturing Technologies •Intelligent manufacturing – micro-automation and assistive robotics, ICT enabled  Sustainable Manufacturing – zero waste, closed loop, Advanced assembly technologies
  • • Over 100,000 jobs have been lost in manufacturing since 2008. • Contribution to GDP has declined from 9.5% to 8.7% between 2005-06 and 2009-10 • Australia’s total export trade - 50% in 2006-07 to 34% in 2010-11 • Manufacturing is a vital part of the Australian economy • Manufacturing Multiplier, 2006 – every $1 generated additional $1.25 expenditure in other sectors. • In 2010-11, 27% of total business R&D, larger than any other sector, $4,760M, $499M inc c.f. 2009-10. Current Manufacturing Environment Bad vs Good news
  • • 42% more likely to report increased profitability • 3 x more likely to export and 18 x more likely to increase the number of export markets targeted • 4 x more likely to increase the range of goods or services offered • more than 2 x as likely to increase employment • More than 3 x more likely to increase training for employees Innovation = competitiveness Source: Australian Innovation System Report, 2012
  • Barriers to innovation – 2010-11 Source: DIISRTE, Australian Small Business, Key Statistics and Analysis, Pg 64,
  • http://www.ge.com/au/innovation_barometer.html
  • Megatrends The 2012 Revision http://www.csiro.au/Portals/Partner/Futures.aspx
  • Megatrends Influence on Australian Manufacturing Source: CSIRO contribution to Prime Minister’s Manufacturing Taskforce
  • Resource Efficiency New Technology Business Model Innovation 3 Strategic Innovation Priorities for Sustainable Manufacturing in 2013
  • 1. Resource Efficiency
  • Widespread adoption of ‘zero waste’ technologies across the Australian manufacturing sector. Zero waste coatings Australian manufacturers are regarded as leading innovators, providing sustainable solutions for global markets.
  • Modelling for Process and Design Improvement World-leading physical simulation platform that account for particles, fluid flow and free surfaces. Case Study: Improved design of Coal Hopper Wagons  Discharge time depends on coal flowability, a complex function of: – particle size and shapes distributions – material properties – cohesive forces between wet coal  Certain wagon designs showed a significant improvement in discharge time.
  • Corrosion Prediction, Monitoring, Prohibiting Prediction and Material Selection  IT systems to predict life of individual components and whole systems Sensor- based Monitoring and Prognostics  Sensor based monitoring combined with advanced prognostics  Remaining life and intelligent maintenance Inhibitor Systems  High Throughput studies for fast selection  Electrochemical Studies for detailed Understanding Corrosion Resistant Materials  Alloys, Conversion Coatings, Primers, Top coats  Self repair Systems
  • 2. Business Model Innovation
  • The 10 types of innovation - Doblin Source: http://www.doblin.com/tentypes/#framework
  • Australian Industry Example http://www.plasback.com.au http://www.tapex.com.au
  • 3. New Technology Additive Manufacturing Lightweight Assistive Manufacturing Solutions
  • Additive V’s Subtractive Manufacturing In comparison with traditional “subtractive” manufacturing methods in which a block of finished material is machined down to make a product, additive manufacturing methods are fast, use less energy, and generate less waste material. Additive manufacturing Subtractive manufacturing
  • Source:http://news.thomasnet.com/green_clean/2012/08/29/additive-manufacturing-puts-its-clean-tech-face- forward-in-federally-funded-development-program/
  • E E E Directly from Powder to Finished Product Victorian Direct Manufacturing Centre
  • 1. Augumentation Systems 2. Co-Worker 3. Tele-Supervised Robotics http://www.csiro.au/en/Portals/Media/CSIRO- launches-new-breed-of-factory-bots-focused-on- safety-and-sustainable-manufacturing.aspx
  • Lightweight Assistive Manufacturing Solutions | NMW 2013
  • Resource Efficiency New Technology Business Model Innovation 3 Strategic Innovation Priorities for Sustainable Manufacturing in 2013
  • Thank you CSIRO Future Manufacturing Flagship Sarah King t +61 3 5246 4747 E sarah.king@csiro.au w www.csiro.au