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Document written by Sabri MOURD, PhD and engineer in Mechanical Sciences and specialist in innovation, R&D and Advanced Technologies. Dr. Mourad has also a master degree in Business Administration and ...

Document written by Sabri MOURD, PhD and engineer in Mechanical Sciences and specialist in innovation, R&D and Advanced Technologies. Dr. Mourad has also a master degree in Business Administration and another master degree in project management.
Dr. Sabri MOURAD is Technology Director at Albany International (technical textile specialist) and Associated Professor at the University of Haute Alsace and the Virtual University SVU. He teaches Master Students the management of innovation, the management of emerging technologies and the management of R&D.

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    • ‫تا‬ ‫إدارة ا‬ ‫و د‬ ‫ا ز‬ High & Emerging Techs Mgt By Dr. Sabri MOURAD mourasab@yahoo.fr Lecture 12All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • Marks allocation for Assgt II Marks allocated Criteria to criteria: 10% Respect of delivery time Focus 10% Does the report address the central problem? Synthesis 30% Does the report bring together the literature in a significant manner that addresses an essay question? Comprehension 30% Does the report indicate a comprehensive understanding of the topic area and literature discussed? Report structure 10% Is the essay well organized and logically constructed? Does the report respect the length limitations? Style 10% Is the essay clearly written, and referenced appropriately?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The future of robotic technology A robot is a mechanical system with polyarticulated parts. It is equipped with means of perception, reasoning and action capable of completely or partially substitute to humans in tasks of interacting with physical world. Robots appeared in the world in early 60s and expanded strongly in all industrial operations 4 families of robots are available in the world - Pick and place - Programmable robots - Slave robots - Robots for serviceAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The future of robotic technology - Pick and place robots First generation of robots Only points for gripping and releasing objects are defined. They are primarily used in loading and unloading machines. They are most often controlled by PLC (Programmable Logic Controller)All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The future of robotic technology - Programmable robots They have their degrees of freedom controlled in position and possibly in speed. They are programmed by learning via consoles For complex applications, they can be programmed by using CAD or textual languages. These robots are typically used for welding, painting, cutting, mounting, assembly, quality control …All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The future of robotic technology - Slave robots These robots are constantly controlled by humans for applications where human can not be present (Master-Slave relationship) Widely used in nuclear, space, the underwater environment, the fire situations, military robots ... In the medical field, they are used for precision positioning and control of microdisplacements (impossible to guarantee by human hands). The robot in this case is controlled by the surgeon.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The future of robotic technology - Robots for service These robots are widely used out side of industrial manufacturing. It is the most growing sector of robots. This family include humanoid robots, very popular in Japan. Extremely used in agriculture (robots milking cows, robots fruit picking, robot sheep shearing, autonomous tractors guided by GPS …) This family includes Intelligent transportation systems and in particular Automation of driving. This is extensively studied today and contributes to the evolution of robotic.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The future of robotic technology Challenges and Impacts of robotic Robotics is critical to the competitiveness of the industrial sector (cost reduction and quality increase) The two major robotic nations are the most technology exporting nations (Japan and Germany) Global market of robots was 11 billions $ in 2005. It will reach 30 billions in 2015. The unit price of robots is decreasing due to the technical improvements and the use of many new technologies. The cost was divided by 4 between 1990 and 2009 The main challenge of robotics is the perception of the environment. Each robot must locate, collect and model its environment and develop action plans which enable it to achieve its mission. Multiple sensors are used: cameras, radars, lidars, inertial navigation, GPS .. Robots are considered as the continuity of ICT progrssAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The initial question What are the possibilities to improve a very traditional activity Building Apartments ?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The selected option ? Let’s focus on one option Industrialize the building process and reduce the weight? What to do after that?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? What is the reason of the problem? How to solve this problem? What is the result?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? What is the reason of the problem? The major weight of houses is due to the heavy structure based on cement and blocs. The traditional process is very slow due to the assembly processAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? How to solve this problem?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? How to solve this problem? Development of modular building system like legoAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ?What is the result?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The technology is now ready, what else? Define the cost of the new technology. Define the price of the new products. Define a marketing strategy. Define the distribution mode. Define new markets to introduce the technology and restart the cycle.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • From the problem to the emergent technologyAll rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The initial question What are the possibilities to improve a very traditional product Shirt for men?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The selected option ? Let’s focus on one option make research to develop a new technology to avoid sweat Patches? What to do after that?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? What is the reason of the problem? How to solve this problem? What is the result?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? What is the reason of the problem? High-end shirt makers use cotton because its the softest and most comfortable fabric to wear. Sadly, cotton saturates easily and dries slowly, resulting in awkward sweat marks appearing.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? How to solve this problem? Develop new weaving technology which has all the physical benefits of regular cotton, without the drawback of displaying sweat The new textile draws perspiration away from the skin, and via a preset route, transports it across the shirts inner surface. the moisture is spread very finely over a large surface area, encouraging it to dry quickly, keeping you feeling fresh throughout the day. Meanwhile, the weave actively re-directs the perspiration away from the outside of the shirt, preventing unsightly sweat marks from appearing.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The development of the new technology ? What is the result?All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD
    • The technology is now ready, what else? Define the cost of the new technology. Define the price of the new products. Define a marketing strategy. Define the distribution mode. Define new markets to introduce the technology and restart the cycle.All rights reserved to Dr. Sabri MOURAD