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  • 1. Confidentiel TAIPRO Engineering Environmental Assessment First Step to convince end-users to invest in innovative sensors and energy efficiency. M. Saint-Mard (Managing director)A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096 TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012 1
  • 2. Confidentiel Scope Environnemental assessment & LCA TAIPRO’s general activities Chain of values of a smart sensor Applicable markets: Example of smart sensors Industrial needs Information needed from end-users Applicable markets Expectations in LCA Conclusion TAIlored microsystem improving your PROductA part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework page 2Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 3. Confidentiel Environmental assessment & LCA LCA is a technique to assess environmental impacts associated with all the stages of a products. TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012 3A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 4. Confidentiel TAIPRO Engineering’s BM TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012 4A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 5. Confidentiel TAIPRO’s activities TAIPRO Engineering focuses its activities on innovative micro assembly (packaging) of existing sensors and microelectronic COTS (Components Off The Shelf) to perform customized solutions with new functionalities for industrial applications: Tailored development project for in situ proof of concept demonstration, Standard & nonstandard packaging/micro assembly consultancy and pre-production series before manufacturing, Training on specific packaging and testing equipment, Remark: TAIPRO’s customer does not know what is a sensor… How to answer properly? LCA is a part of the solution Examples TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct page 5A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 6. Confidentiel Chain of value of a smart sensor Chain of value of a smart sensor (macroscopical view) Bare dies and electrical components Large series Equipment and tooling Final customer Fab Packaging D&E Proto / small series Research institute Integration level TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct page 6A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 7. Confidentiel Example of smart sensors TAMMI Li-Corne (with courtesy of CMI) Automatic lubrication TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct (with courtesy of CMI) page 7A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 8. Confidentiel Example 1 Multisensor platform - Sensor node Goal: Health monitoring of a production plant –> Be aware of « soft » deviation of the monitored information TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct page 8A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 9. Confidentiel Example 2 – (With courtesy of CMI) Smart grease pump Goal: Ensure a good maintenance of all rolling parts reduction of failures/stops/spare parts + security aspects TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct page 9A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 10. Confidentiel Example 3 Automatic smart greasing (Flow rate & pressure control) Goal: Ensure a good maintenance of all rolling parts with « complex » accessibility TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct page 10A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 11. Confidentiel Applicable markets for example 1 Industrials needs Fast response time System assembled quickly based on existing tecnological bricks Limited modifications in process or equipments Drag & drop : autonomous tool Miniaturized tool Open tool box : easily adapted to the application Low cost Sensor based on existing components (packaged & unpackaged) no development of new components. Cost of the solution smaller than the “ecoprofit” at customer level (Return On Investment) Ability to detect a soft deviation of the production plant TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct page 11A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 12. Confidentiel Applicable markets for example 1 Information needed from the customer Typical Production information: Mean Time Between Failure (X hour) Number of stops per week (Average) Typical Main consumption « easily saved » Electricity: XX KWh (cost reduced during stop but not equal to 0) Chemical fluids/gas (~fixed cost even during stop) Cost of the workers (~fixed cost even during stop) … If you increase the working ratio you also increased the « energetic & economical » efficiency TAIlored microsystem improving your PROductA part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework page 12Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 13. Confidentiel Applicable markets for example 1 Other aspect: Direct cost is not the only parameter. They also need to improve the quality of the product added value on the product TAIlored microsystem improving your PROductA part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework page 13Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 14. Confidentiel Applicable markets for example 1 Temperature : -10 1) Steel production to 150°C Vibration : 0-100kHz, up to 5g TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework 14Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 15. Confidentiel Applicable markets for example 1 Temperature : -10 2) Wind turbine to 150°C Vibration : 0-100kHz, up to 5g Level of noise : Temp: Etc… TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework 15Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 16. Confidentiel Applicable markets for example 1 Temperature : -10 3) Paper production to 150°C Vibration : 0-100kHz, up to 5g Level of noise : Temp: Etc… TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework 16Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 17. Confidentiel Expectations in LCA To evaluate the impact of developing innovative tailored sensor solutions able to acquire, process, store data for end user. End user’s goal : to allow predictive maintenance on continuous production line with support of a end user TAIPRO’s goal: To be able to convince “qualitatively” the customer to innovate in their processes TAIPRO want to reinforce its position with their customers/end users Main issue: We have to speak the same language as the customer LCA will help us TAIlored microsystem improving your PROductA part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework page 17Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 18. Confidentiel Conclusion Some smart solution already exist without LCA support. Because some customer already knows what they have to measure/save A LCA tools has to provide a competitive asset to TAIPRO by: Identify a way to discuss with end- users/customers – Speak the same language Having the capability to evaluate the « eco-impact » of a sensor at customer level Lead to a strong partnership TAIlored microsystem improving your PROductA part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh Framework page 18Programme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096
  • 19. Confidentiel Contact Michel Saint-Mard: Managing director Email: m.saintmard@taipro.be Tel: +32 4 382 44 94 TAIlored microsystem improving your PROduct 02/11/2012 19A part of this presentation/research/information are coming from the European Union Seventh FrameworkProgramme (FP7/2007- 2013) under grant agreement n° 265096