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Basque Industry 4.0 Strategy

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Arantxa Tapia - Consejera de Desarrollo Económico e Infraestructuras - Basque Governement

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Basque Industry 4.0 Strategy

  1. 1. RIS3 EUSKADI BASQUE INDUSTRY 4.0
  2. 2. 2 PRIORITIES FOR SPECIALISATION VERTICAL PRIORITIES. RIS3 EUSKADI Specific strategies for the deployment of the priority areas in Advanced Manufacturing and Energy have been defined in the framework of the Steering Groups
  3. 3. 3 BASQUE INDUSTRY 4.010 Joining visions, steps and strategies requires a really intensive-cooperation driven process Advanced Manufacturing Strategy Mision To strengthen the position of the Basque Country as an economy with an industrial base through the promotion of knowledge intensive manufacturing SO1. To help and guide Basque companies towards more knowledge intensive manufacturing activities which have greater added value Integration of KETs SO2. To promote multi-disciplinary and technological convergence in a structured fashion so as to develop best-in- class manufacturing capacities and solutions while optimizing existing resources SO5. To support education and job training in technologies and management systems related to Advanced Manufacturing Global value chains– Cluster 2.0 SO3. To integrate local and international value chains to meet the challenges of Advanced Manufacturing using the sum of the particular capacities of each sector and its companies Scaling Up SO4. To foster collaboration and support as a catalyst for the industrialization of the results of R+D+i in Advanced Manufacturing Advanced Manufacturing Advanced Manufacturing Strategic Objectives
  4. 4. 4 RIS3 IMPLEMENTATION STAKEHOLDERS INVOLVEMENT Steering Groups: participating groups drawn from the administration, companies, clusters and scientific and technological players. Their main function is to coordinate and drive forward the deployment of the RIS3 strategy and the setting up of spaces for entrepreneurial discovery COORDINATION OF THE STAKEHOLDERS COORDINATION, ADVICE AND PROMOTION OF POLICIES AND INSTRUMENTS MONITORING AND EVALUATION OF POLICIES AND ACTIONS INTERNATIONAL NETWORKING AND PROMOTION OF THE REGION’S IMAGE Effective participation space for enterprises (market leaders and SMEs) with the Steering Group Coordination between all positioning actions and presence of agents in state, European and international forums Dashboard of results and its contribution to the strategic objectives of STIP 2020 Active support in the design of public-private instruments for financing Science, Technology and Innovation Players Government Public Admin. Companies, Clusters and Social Players
  5. 5. 5 Technology Areas BASQUE INDUSTRY 4.012 A commitment to technological development in Advanced Manufacturing is crucial to maintain competiveness in industry and to secure positioning in market niches with greater added value. Advanced Materials and Processes Flexible, smart and efficient manufacturing systems Digital Connected Factories Energy efficiency
  6. 6. 6 BASQUE INDUSTRY 4.014 Strategic initiatives 8 Strategic Initiatives capable of transforming Basque industry to “Basque Industry 4.0” International positioning Offshore 4.0 Electric vehicle Stem Subjects in Secondary Education Smart Training Network Talent initiatives Core Initiatives Efficiency and sustainability initiatives Connected Assets Network in Advanced Manufacturing Basque Open IndustryPlatform4.0 Advanced Services 4.0 Circular Economy Explotation of heat
  7. 7. BASQUE DIGITAL INNOVATION HUB  A Facility Network to experiment with Advanced Manufacturing and test digital innovations is being set up in the Basque Country.  This DIH will consist on a digitally linked network of Competence Centers with R&D infrastructures, pilot lines and technical expertise specialized in different areas of Advanced Manufacturing  The network is co-owned by companies, R&D Centers, Professional Training Centers and Universities and supported by regional public institutions.  The aim of this initiative is to provide industrial companies, specially SMEs, with the technological capabilities required to face the Industry 4.0 challenges.  The network will be used for developing R&D projects, for scaling up industrial projects, as a showroom of cutting edge technologies, and also as training resource and start-up accelerator.
  8. 8. 8 www.spri.eus The aim of the network is to provide easy and efficient cost access to the Basque industrial fabric, especially to SMEs, to innovative and excellent scientific-technological capabilities in the advanced manufacturing environment, enabling it to evolve and be more competitive. 4.0 assets Catalogue in Advanced Manufacturing Innovative Industrial Company Connected network of Advanced Manufacturing assets Need to know/test/develop in Industry 4.0 Visibility of the physical and logical assets of the Basque Science, Technology and Innovation System Access to managed services to develop projects (R+D, scaling, testing), training or demonstrator (showroom) Assets Nodes of assets Connected network of AM assets
  9. 9. 9 BASQUE INDUSTRY 4.017 To date, an initial "Asset Catalogue" has been built with Research Agents: Technology Centers, Advanced Manufacturing Centres, Universities, Education Centres Capitalization: taking advantage of investments already made. Excellence: provision of state-of-the-art technologies. Connectivity: means to connect to a digital network platform. Multisectoriality: ability to operate for several sectors. Testing: possibility to test a process / service. Integration: accessible to various types of agents (applicants, manufacturers, R&D centers, universities, FP centers, etc.). Internationalization: connectable with other European hubs by reference. Sustainable: with energy efficiency, less environmental impact. Comprehensive response to the foreseeable demands of Basque companies, particularly SMEs through: State-of-the-art physical assets spanning the value chain from the raw material to the part. Logical assets, based on software and ICT libraries, supporting the design, process simulation and process monitoring system, artificial vision; 3D scan... 65 assets Basque Digital Innovation Hub ~ 300 relevant equipment and facilities 6 competence centers 10 research agent Asset catalogue
  10. 10. 10 Additive manufacturing Flexible and collaborative robotics Cybersecurity Intelligent and connected machines Digital solutions Big Data Analytics
  11. 11. basqueindustry.eus

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