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Model of Innovative Technology Development and Training - Centre of Expertise progman in Finland and Tampere and case examples of our work

Model of Innovative Technology Development and Training - Centre of Expertise progman in Finland and Tampere and case examples of our work

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  • Why Tampere has centre of expertise in the area of machine desing and automation Global Merket leaders from Tampere
  • End users => Finnish industry history is based on these areas To serve these end user areas it has been started during last 20-30 years those cluster leaders in Finland => typical and important for Tampere Region And those need System suppliers And component supplies And last but not the least Research and Education => Pirkanmaa is well known of vertical and horizontal cooperation in that area Goal is to put all these organizations working together (horizontal and vertical cooperation)
  • How centre of expertise progman ”works” in Tampere Developing miniclusters to service those importat key-cluster is how we do the centre of expertise program in Tampere Education and development point of view Projects to make research and educate => learning (and research enviroment) => services for companies (and education and research) Working together, win-win
  • In the 21st Century our environment is becoming more complex Our Inter-connectedness is increasing this complexity The lines between work and home are blurring and We now have access to not just mountains of information, but to anyone, at anytime We are also seeing more demand for Creativity in our workplaces, as organisations need to develop emergent practices in everything they do. Apple - how much value is in the design? (creativity)‏


  • 1. Welcome to Hermia !
  • 2. Hermia - Interfacing the Future
    • Hermia Ltd strengthens the growth, development and competitiveness of technology companies.
    • The company prepares, coordinates and implements development projects in cooperation with companies, universities and research institutions and builds national and international networks for the development of leading-edge expertise.
    • The company promotes the development of the business environments, networking and competitiveness of technology-based companies.
    • Hermia Ltd is responsible for the coordination of the Tampere Region Centre of Expertise Programme and, in 2007-2013, for the implementation of Centres of Expertise in five fields.
  • 3. Key information
    • Employees 41 (04/2009)
    • Turnover and other revenue EUR 6.2 million (B 2007)
    • Member of the Finnish Science Park Association TEKEL and the International Association of Science Parks IASP.
    • Member of the pan-European Manufuture and Artemis technology communities. Manufuture focuses on production and manufacturing technologies and Artemis on the development of embedded systems.
  • 4. Business networks Centre of Game Business, Research and Industry www.neogames.fi COSS (Centre for Open Source Solutions) www.coss.fi Centre for Sustainable Energy Solutions - Sentre www.sentre.fi LCC Finland (Laser Competence Centre) www.lccfinland.fi CUBIQ (Centre for Ubiquitous Computing) www.cubiq.fi FIMA (Forum for Intelligent Machines) www.fima.fi Company network or minicluster activities concern in-depth development cooperation between companies and research institutions. The activities are concentrated on focused business areas. The aim is to advance competitiveness and business. Minicluster activities are based on membership and the active commitment and participation of members in development cooperation.
  • 5. Skills and Expertise Development in Finland
  • 6. Centre of Expertise Programme
    • The purpose of the Finnish Government’s Centre of Expertise Programme is to utilise top level knowledge and expertise as a resource for business operations, job creation and regional development
    • The programme is founded on the utilization of regional expertise which is of an internationally high standard.
    • The national programme is implemented by 13 nationally significant expertise clusters and 21 centres of expertise in different regions.
    • The Tampere Region Centre of Expertise Programme coordinated by Hermia Ltd is one of 21 centres of expertise in Finland.
    • The Tampere Region Centre of Expertise Programme is a participant in seven expertise clusters. Hermia Ltd has been implementing the national Centre of Expertise Programme in the central Tampere Region since 1995.
    • The Centre of Expertise Programme’s national website www.oske.net
    • Hermia participates in five clusters
    • The Tampere Region Centre of Expertise has been expanded to cover seven fields of expertise for the years 2007-2013.
    • The centres of expertise receive half of their basic funding from the state and half from cities and municipalities. The main part of their volume is constituted by the projects they launch.
    • The expertise clusters in the central Tampere Region during the centre of expertise period are:
    • Intelligent Machines (National coordination)
    • Ubiquitous Computing (National coordination)
    • Digital Contents
    • Energy Technology
    • Nanotechnology
    • and those implemented by Finn-Medi Research Ltd are
    • Health Technology
    • Biotechnology
  • 7. National level cooperaration
  • 8. Tampere, The Most Important Industrial City in Finland … Why ?
  • 9. Tampere Was Established in1779 Between Two Lakes © Tampereen kaupunkimittausyksikkö 2001 Näsijärvi Pyhäjärvi 18 meters difference: Tammerkoski Rapids
  • 10. Got Its Power from Tammerkoski Rapids
  • 11. Tampere High Tech History 1911 1. attempt to fly 1911 1. mechanical clothing factory- Pukutehdas 1916 1. electric melting furnace- Lokomo 1921 1. enterprise in plastic industry - Sarvis 1923 1. radio broadcasting 1909 The largest tapestry factory in Nordic Countries - Winter 1837 1. multi-storey factory building + steel pillars - Finlayson 1843 1. paper machine - Frenckell 1875 1. shoe factory - Aaltonen 1878 2. phone connection (1. in Helsinki 1877) 1882 1. electric light (in Nothern Europe)- Edison generator number 3 1888 1. street lights - 30 arc lamps 1908 1. automatic weaving machines in Finland - Tampereen puuvillatehdas 1959 1. on machine covering for paper 1821 Finlayson factory activities start IN FINLAND IN FINLAND 1929 Gold metal for Lokomo of chrome steel anvils in world exhibition in Barcelona 1779 City of Tampere is founded , rights for free trade
  • 12. Achievements of Information and communication technology 31.08.09 First in the world
  • 13. 31.08.09
    • Kalmar Industries over 50% container handling machinery
    • Sandvik Mining and Costruction 35% mining and construction
    • Metso Automation over 15% automation for process industry
            • (paper industry)
    • Metso Minerals 15% mobile rock crushers
    • Kvaerner Pulping 10–50 % Boilers
    • PCE-engineering 70 % Hollow core slab machinery
    • Tamglass over 70% safety glass machinery (architectural and automotive)
    • Timberjack 30% forest machinery
    • Bronto Skylift over 60% fire and rescue platforms
    • Fastems 70% multilevel FMS
    • Ata Gears 50% gears for marine applications
    • Gardner Denver 30 % ship compressors (Tamrotor)
    • Avant Tecno 40% mini loaders (max. one ton)
    Global market leaders in the Tampere Region Global Market Share
  • 14. Sandvik Mining and Construction
  • 15. Kalmar Industries
  • 16. John Deere, Timberjack
  • 17. Avant Techno
  • 18. Glaston
  • 19. Fastems
  • 20. But How ? … by working together with Industry, Development Organizations, Universities and Education
  • 21. The Cluster of Mechanical Engineering in Tampere Region TAMPERE VOCATIONAL ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE Research & Education Component suppliers System suppliers End users Cluster leaders COMPONENTS Steel constructions Power transmission Hydraulic. Tools Castings, Forgs Technical rubber & plastics CONTROL SYSTEMS C ontrolling /measuring and monitoring Automation Electronic Programming VTT TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY OF TAMPERE TAMPERE AND PIRKANMAA POLYTECHNIC VOCATIONAL COLLEGES SERVICES CAE Prototyping Factory services MOBILE MACHINES Container handling systems Stone crushers Drilling machines Forest machines Hoisting apparatus ENERGY AND PROCESS Power plants Flue gas cleaning Machines of electricity delivery Stock preparation Paper mill automation FACTORY AND PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Glass machines Machine tools, FMS Material handling Factory automation Washing machines MINING, FOREST, SERVISES & MAINTENANCE Forest, Construction Transportation Real estate Hoisting services PROCESS INDUSTRY Forest Paper Food Chemistry Energy OTHER INDUSTRY Workshops Construction Electronics and electro technical Plastics Safety glass PART ASSEMBLY PRODUCT ASSEMBLY PARTNER NETWORKS
  • 22. OSKE ROVIR GIM WORK GROUPS FORUMS TAC –automation centre, Electronic production, Machine vision, Trio programme HYNÄ SISU ORC Hermia as a part of that cluster FIMA Mini clusters LEARNING ENVIROMENTS Fastems FMS – training center TP Welding Center LASSI – Light assembly club Automaint CAM –forum 5 axis milling environment ValuAtlas for Foundry institute elTrio- eLearning network PROJECTS Wellness at work (HyNä) AHA -automation Vahva -job rotation elTrio –West-Finland Pirel+ -electronics Olavi -laser technology KoMe 2020 –foresight SERVICES FOR KEY CLUSTERS Foresight services Programme and project preparations Mini-clusters Centre of Expertise programmes Fully comprehensive project implementation Development services Expert and Training services Venture Garage Laser LCC Factory Automation Energy Mobile machines Components Laser LCC Factory Automation Mobile machines Components
  • 23. Case FIMA, Industry – Research minicluster cooperation
  • 24. FIMA – Forum for Intelligent Machines
    • A new technology platform for mobile work machines, which brings together Finnish specialists in the industry and research
    • 42 members:
        • global market leader companies
        • suppliers
        • research organisations
        • universities
  • 25. Forerunners in work machine automation and unmanned operations
  • 26.
      • To find the common targets of applied basic research in the industry
      • To direct the research in accordance with needs of the industry
      • To invest in strategic long-range research
      • To promote the allocation of public funding in intelligent mobile work machines.
  • 27. Applied basic research Basic research Applied research Product development Companies Group of companies Research organisations Universities FIMA 10 – 20 % 80 – 90 % 100 % 30 – 50 % Share of public funding Research initiator
  • 28.
    • The annual general meeting ratifies the research targets and agenda
    • Operative decisions are made in FIMA board
    • Main activity in Working Groups
      • - 4 working groups
      • - specialists meetings
      • - open for all members
      • - research project planning and supervision
    • Separate steering groups for each projects
    FIMA activity
  • 29. FIMA working groups Energy efficiency Measurement Design methods Machine group control
  • 30. Case FMS Training Center industry - education cooperation
  • 31. FMS Training Center – life size FM-system
    • Tool presetting
    • Tool presetting training
    • Deburring cell
    • Basic use
    • Robot programming
    • Deburring process training
    • Machine vision
    • Machine vision training
    • Environmental testing for vision system
    • FM-system
    • Fundamentals
    • Basic use
    • Advanced use
    • Design of FMS
    • Maintenance
    • Automatic data collection
    • Production analysis
    • Machining center
    • Basic use
    • Programming
  • 32. FMS Training Center 10 years 1997 2003 2009 Grand Opening 2nd Generation of TC Driving Licence -community FMS Training Center Community Virtual FMS 3D Visualization TC in Second Life Shared Calender Machine Vision eLearning Packages ADC (Automatic data colection) Maintenance International cooperation FMS Driving Licence –services / products
  • 33. Learning by doing The FMS Training Center offers technology students an opportunity to practise future skills with today’s high technologies in a real workshop environment Products Production systems Methods and practices
  • 34. The changing nature of work (Harold Jarche, Canada)
    • 19th Century – factory Model
    • 20th Century – Clocks & Cubicles
    The work environment was relatively simple and best practices for management and communications were developed that still inform many of our current work practices. http://flickr.com/photos/brianhendrix/ The information age emerged and organisations had to deal with complicated environments. The flood of management books is an example that there was no single best practice, only good practices.
  • 35. http://flickr.com/photos/8594424@N07/ Our work environments are becoming complex, blurring the lines between work, home and play. We now have access to anyone at anytime. 21th Century – Learning, Working, Playing
  • 36. ClusterNet (clusternet.ning.com)
  • 37.
    • Timo Rainio
    • Hermia Ltd.
    • [email_address]
    • http://timoraino.blogspot.com
    • +358 500 7366 05
    • http://www.hermia.fi
    • http://www.intelligentmachines.fi http://www.eltrio.fi
    • http://clusternet.ning.com