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TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
TSB Environmental Data Workshop - 5th July 2013
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  • £1m per annum royalties to BGS
  • Copper earthing rods are expensive and attract the attention of thieves due to their scrap value. Conventionally all earthing rods are the same length, but depending on ground conditions, shorter rods can be used. Installing shorter rods where possible, has reduced costs for energy supply companies
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    • 1. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 TSB Environmental Data Workshop 5th July 2013 – The Crystal, London 05/07/13 1 Insert cropped logo white/grey logo
    • 2. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 2 Workshop Objective To engage businesses, innovators & data owners in a new TSB/NERC challenge and to co-create business-led problems or opportunities to address.
    • 3. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 Business Opportunities 3 Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 05/07/13
    • 4. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 4 Open Up Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “No matter who you are, most of the smartest people work for someone else.” Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems
    • 5. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 5 Agenda Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 05/07/13 10:00 Introductions & Welcome 10:20 Keynote Speaker/Case Study 10:40 Give|Get 11:00 Coffee Break 11:20 Introducing the Environmental Data Sets 11:50 Data Dating (The Play Your Cards Right Challenge) 12:30 Feedback and Present Back 13:00 Lunch 13:45 Problem Pow Wow 14:40 Coffee Break 15:00 Pecha Kucha Pitches 15:30 Feedback, Next Steps and Thanks 16:00 Workshop Close (followed by networking)
    • 6. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 6 Lessons Learned Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “Innovation is a U-Shaped Process.” Paul Vanags
    • 7. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 201305/07/13 15 Behaviours Summary
    • 8. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 16 Workshop Rule Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Participants are advised not to share anything confidential, and so are free to use any information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of any other participant, may be revealed.
    • 9. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 17 Amplified Insert cropped logo white/grey logo #EnvDataTSB
    • 10. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 18 Questions or Clarifications? Questions or Clarifications?
    • 11. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 19 Constellations Constellations
    • 12. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 20 Give Get Card 05/07/13
    • 13. Click to edit Master subtitle style Derek Pedley, Environmental Sustainability KTN derek.pedley@esktn.org Solving Business Problems with Environmental Data London, 28th July 2013
    • 14. Technology Strategy Board • The Technology Strategy Board is the UK’s national innovation agency. Their goal is to accelerate economic growth by stimulating and supporting business-led innovation. • Between 2008 and 2011 – £1 billion of funding into technology enabled˃ innovation Environmental 22
    • 15. Driving InnovationDriving Innovation Our strategic Intent Accelerate economic growth by stimulating and supporting business-led innovation
    • 16. Driving InnovationDriving Innovation How we provide support Concept to com m ercialisation
    • 17. Knowledge Transfer Networks • Single over-arching national network in a specific field of technology or business application which brings together people from businesses, universities, research, finance and technology organisations to stimulate innovation through knowledge transfer. • There are currently 15 KnowledgeEnvironmental 25
    • 18.  Click to edit the outline text format  Second Outline Level − Third Outline Level  Fourth Outline Level − Fifth Outline Level Aerospace, Aviation and Defence Biosciences Chemistry Innovation Creative Industries Electronics, Sensors, Photonics Energy Generation & Supply Environmental Sustainability Financial Services HealthTech & Medicines ICT Industrial Mathematics Materials Modern Built Environment Nanotechnology Transport Knowledge Transfer Networks
    • 19. Environmental Sustainability KTN • Accelerating the transition to a low carbon, resource and energy efficient economy by connecting businesses, universities, and Government agencies • Catalysing innovation across emerging environmental technologies Environmental 27
    • 20.  Click to edit the outline text format  Second Outline Level − Third Outline Level  Fourth Outline Level − Fifth Outline Level Environmental Sustainability KTN A dynamic network delivering strategic value to the environmental industries by enabling • accelerated innovation • access to funding • partnerships • international engagement • cross sector links‐ • technology deployment Environmental 28
    • 21. Environmental 29 Key Priority Areas (KPAs)
    • 22. Interactive Web Portal • Newsletter with updates about R&D calls and signposting • Published business cases and market analyses • Policy information and consultations • Business networking of 6800+ Members • Business and R&D partner searches • Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn.......
    • 23. Thank you for listening Derek Pedley Associate Director Environmental Sustainability KTN University of Oxford Begbroke Science Park Kidlington OX5 1PF derek.pedley@esktn.org Tel: 01865 610509 0788 1950871 Environmental 31
    • 24. Solving Business Problems with Environmental Data • A feasibility study competition to create new value propositions that provide specific commercial benefits, increase resilience and address business risks by integrating environmental data with other sources. − Up to £3m available − Feasibility studies up to 6 months − Include end-user and be business-led − Integrate datasets, at least one environmental, from different sources
    • 25. Solving Business Problems with Environmental Data • Sector focus: − Transport − Energy − Built Environment/Future Cities − Agriculture & Food − Financial Services • Delivering: − Better business decision-making − Lasting environmental data community •
    • 26. Timelines • Workshops in July, Sep and Oct • http://connect.innovateuk.org/web/environmental-data-compe • Competition opens 30 Sep • Registration deadline 6 Nov • Competition closes 13 Nov • Briefing webinar 8 Oct • Projects start February • Jul/Aug 2014 projects end
    • 27. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 35 Questions or Clarifications? Questions or Clarifications?
    • 28. © NERC All rights reserved © NERC All rights Click to edit Master subtitle style Working with industry to create applied geological data products Rachel Dearden
    • 29. © NERC All rights reserved A short history to… BGS applied geological map products
    • 30. © NERC All rights reserved A short history to… BGS applied geological map products
    • 31. © NERC All rights reserved A short history to… BGS applied geological map products Hazards • Landslides • Soluble rocks • Compressibility • Collapsible ground • Compressible ground • Swelling clays Hydrogeology • Permeability • Aquifer designation Engineering • Strength • Excavatability • Corrosivity Soil geochemistry • Lead • Arsenic • Chromium… Flooding • Groundwater flooding • Floodplains Minerals • Mineral resources • Pits • Historical mineral planning Geology • Soil descriptions • Superficial deposit thickness model
    • 32. © NERC All rights reserved Example 1 Case study 1 Radon potential dataset Question: Where are homes potentially affected by radon gas (a cause of lung cancer)? Why is it important? An estimated 1100 people per year die of radon-induced lung cancer. The dataset highlights where homes require radon protective measures (where annual average radon levels are at or above 200 Bq m-3). Business partner Public Health England (PHE) BGS data Digital geological map (DiGMapGB-50) PHE data Long-term radon measurements from 479,000 homes in Great Britain Impact Definitive dataset for the standard legal radon enquiries on house purchases. Dataset thereby protects the public who are potentially exposed to radon.
    • 33. © NERC All rights reserved
    • 34. © NERC All rights reserved Example 2 Case study 2 Sale of data through value-added resellers Question: How can BGS sell and market its applied geological map data without significant investment in delivery infrastructure? Why is it important? To create stakeholder-focused delivery mechanisms for geological data, and to facilitate the delivery of that data with other environmental/planning information. Business partners F!nd, GroundSure, Landmark, ARKexm, Centremapslive BGS data Numerous BGS applied geological map products VAR data Varied geographic data from a range of sources and delivery infrastructure Impact £m’s generated for resellers each year. Reports generated that better match users needs.
    • 35. © NERC All rights reserved Example 2
    • 36. © NERC All rights reserved Example 3 Case study 3 Earthing dataset Question: 11kV transformers require a secure earth or ‘ground’ with a maximum 10 ohm earth-rod resistance. Rods are inserted up to 10 m bgl. But how should energy companies cost and plan jobs when they have no idea of ground conditions? Why is it important? To decrease costs, energy companies need to be able to predict ground conditions before mobilising equipment to site to install earthing rods Business partners Cranfield University, EON UK PLC, UK Power Networks BGS data DiGMapGB-Plus (rock strength/density), superficial thickness model Company data Resistivity data Impact Improved prediction of costs, better knowledge of machinery requirements, decreased carbon emissions.
    • 37. © NERC All rights reserved Geological inputs to the earth model Parent material and Engineering geology map Thickness of Superficial deposits La L R π ρ 4 )1)8(ln( − =
    • 38. © NERC All rights reserved Example 4 Case study 4 GeoVisionary Question: How can we visualise and interpret large geological 2D, 3D and 4D datasets? Why is it important? Visualising static and time-varying data in 3D allows geoscientists to interpret data, leading to better understanding. It also reduces fieldwork costs, as much preliminary work can be performed in the office. Business partners Virtalis BGS knowledge Geoscientist user requirements for visualisation and virtual fieldwork Virtalis’ knowledge Software development Impact In some cases, 70% geological map linework can be drawn in the office. Over 30 companies use software.
    • 39. © NERC All rights reserved Example 4
    • 40. © NERC All rights reserved Collaborative examples • Existence of an established support team to facilitate licensing, admin and resolve confidentiality issues • Established business model • Experience in creating national products • Staff dedicated to individual projects • Existence of product delivery mechanisms • External data + BGS data is combined to create a commercial product • External company packages and delivers BGS data as a service • External company commissions BGS to create bespoke products for their own use, using a combination of BGS and external data • BGS works with an external company to develop the user requirements for a piece of software, which the external company then creates and markets. Recipe for success…
    • 41. © NERC All rights reserved Benefits of collaboration between research scientists and industry • Integrating industry data with BGS data can lead to new, improved and innovative products • Working with stakeholders, allows us to produce products that better fulfil user requirements • Allowing others to deliver our data means that we can concentrate on product development • Helps foster long-term collaborative relationships • Helps ensure that our associated research is relevant and timely
    • 42. © NERC All rights reserved Rachel Dearden British Geological Survey rach1@bgs.ac.uk 01159 363591
    • 43. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 51 Questions or Clarifications? Questions or Clarifications?
    • 44. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 52 Give Get Card 05/07/13
    • 45. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 53 Co-Creation Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “A new idea is nothing more or less than the combination of old elements.” James Webb Young
    • 46. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 3 Minute Joint Venture 1. Find somebody you don’t know 2. Explain what you do. 3. Find out what your partner does. 4. Agree what you could do together. 5. Give your joint venture a name.
    • 47. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 55 Break Break
    • 48. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 56 Play Your Cards Right 05/07/13
    • 49. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 57 Introducing Environmental Data Sets 05/07/13 • Name of data set • Commonly understood name of the data set • Sample Frequency • Length of historic data • Sample point(s) taken • Who currently collects it? • Why do they collect it? • Restrictions on use • Where is it currently stored • Types of access available
    • 50. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 Business Opportunities 58 Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 05/07/13
    • 51. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 59 Business Opportunities Card 05/07/13
    • 52. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 60 Present Back Present Back
    • 53. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 Present Back 05/07/13 61 Timed!
    • 54. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 62 Lunch Lunch
    • 55. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 I = P x S x E 05/07/13 63 Innovation Equation
    • 56. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 64 Innovation Equation Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Innovation = Problem x Solution x Execution
    • 57. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 65 Innovation Equation Insert cropped logo white/grey logo (Product) Innovation (Service) Innovation (Social) Innovation (Giving) Innovation
    • 58. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 66 Innovation Equation: I = P x S Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Innovation = Problem x Solution x Execution invention
    • 59. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 67 Innovation Equation: I = S x E Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Innovation = Problem x Solution x Execution assumption
    • 60. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 68 Co-Creation Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “If I had one hour to save the world I would spend fifty-five minutes defining the problem and only five minutes finding the solution.” Albert Einstein
    • 61. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 69 Asking the right questions Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “With an optimised process but a poor understanding of the problem, all it is doing is getting the wrong answer to market faster.”
    • 62. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 70 How to discover valuable problems Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Stay solution neutral for as long as possible and develop the best brief that you can.
    • 63. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 71 Problem Definition Card 05/07/13
    • 64. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 72 Break Break
    • 65. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 73 Present Back Present Back
    • 66. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 Present Back 05/07/13 74 Timed!
    • 67. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 75 The Net Works Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “Innovation is a by-product of engaged networks.” Verna Allee
    • 68. 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 76 2 Degrees of Separation 1. Think of a project or problem where it would really help to be introduced to a specific person or organisation. 2. Introduce yourself and share the name of who you are trying to reach and why. 3. Does anybody else know that person or organisation directly, or else might know
    • 69. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 77 The Net Works Insert cropped logo white/grey logo “Networking is only one letter away from not working.” Chris Powell
    • 70. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 78 TSB Workshop Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Summary
    • 71. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 79 TSB Workshop Insert cropped logo white/grey logo So What? What Next?
    • 72. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 80 Feedback Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Feedback and Thanks
    • 73. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 05/07/13 81 Feedback Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 1. My key take away from the day was… 2. One thing that worked well/I enjoyed was… 3. One thing you would do differently next time was… 4. One suggestion for ‘Second Stage’ workshops is…
    • 74. Insert cropped logo white/grey logo 100%Open 2013 Thank You 05/07/13 82 Insert cropped logo white/grey logo Roland Harwood and Sean Miller 100%Open | Somerset House | South Building | London | WC2R 1LA Phone: +44 (0)20 78133 1006 | +44 (0)7811 761 435 Email: roland@100Open.com | sean@100Open.com Web: www.100Open.com Twitter: @100Open

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