Ambassadors of Innovation

25 September 2013
Philips museum Eindhoven
Agenda
15:30

Registration

16:00

Welcome by Iason Onassis, Managing Consultant

16:15

Brief presentations about product...
The Ambassadors of Innovation is a select circle
of leaders who are responsible for Innovation in
large Dutch industrial c...
Industry consulting helps you create business
excellence by developing and or optimizing your
operational and innovation p...
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
Paul Hissel,
Senior Consultant, Philips Industry Consulting
The value of architectures for business from the consultancy
p...
The value of architectures for todays businesses
from the consultancy practice view
Ambassadors Event
Kees van der Klauw
E...
What is happening in today’s business environments ?

- speed
• Speed (time to market) is becoming more and more a competi...
What is happening in today’s business environments ?
Philips perspective
- complexity
• Products using key components whic...
What is happening in today’s business environments ?
Philips perspective
- complexity
• Philips becoming an integration co...
Impact on a business?
• Diminishing returns… saturating (high) market shares no longer justify
increasing investments in n...
Needs from a business point of view?
•
•
•
•
•
•

integral solution: taking care of all requirements & constraints
decompo...
And this is where “system architecture” comes in…
• defines the technical structure of a system:
- the functional decompos...
Platform
• a set of building blocks & standardised interfaces compliant with a defined
reference architecture, that forms ...
architecture capabilities
• market coverage

• alignment
• anticipation

• external development
• performance
• standardiz...
System Architecture ensures:
• a feasible solution covering all stakeholder requirements
• tuning with the business strate...
So, who in the business will take care of this ?
• functional focus: insufficient in most cases
• role for the “system arc...
Some examples:
internal Philips:
• XRay systems
• electric toothbrushes
• shavers

external:
• automotive: Volkswagen
• tu...
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013

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Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013

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Backgrounds of “Rijkswaterstaat” project

The problems regarding tunnels:
•

•
•

Large overrun in cost and schedule
for t...
PInS contributions to LTR
• Specific competences:
– extensive experience and know-how in the field of: specification, arch...
What has been achieved ?
• Solid and transparent specification, design and decision trajectory,
starting point for at this...
How are we at Philips addressing this ?
• We are convinced that architectures & platforms are crucial
for our current and ...
Architecture Consultancy
Our contributions:

Industry
Consulting

• support to improve system architectures
(content)
• tr...
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
Menno de Jonge,
Innovation Manager, Ballast Nedam
What modular building systems mean for the construction business,
especi...
The Effect of Modularization on
Business Architecture of Ballast Nedam
Philips Ambassadors for Innovation
25 September 201...
Content
Introduction Ballast Nedam
Modular Building Systems
Effect on business architecture
Summary and Conclusions

Innov...
Ballast Nedam

•
•

Construction and Real Estate company
Corporate headquarters in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

•

Turnove...
Strategy Ballast Nedam

• Work together for a better living environment, today and tomorrow
• Creating “enduring quality” ...
Core activities in four areas of work

Innovatiemanagement

[5]
Core Activity - Housing

Innovatiemanagement

[6]
Core Activity - Mobility

Innovatiemanagement

[7]
Core Activity - Energy

Innovatiemanagement

[8]
Core Activity - Nature

Innovatiemanagement

[9]
Content
Introduction Ballast Nedam
Modular Building Systems
Effect on Business Architecture
Summary and Conclusions

Innov...
Modular building systems Ballast Nedam

•
•
•
•

iQhome® (concrete housing)
Ursem® Modular Building Systems (wood frame ho...
iQhome®

Innovatiemanagement

[12]
iQhome®

Innovatiemanagement

[13]
iQhome® - The Factory

Innovatiemanagement

[14]
iQhome® Logistics / Construction process

Construction process

Innovatiemanagement

[15]
iQhome® – Charactaristics

•

High quality living environment
• Wall-to-wall room size 5,40m and 6,30m
• High quality fini...
iQhome® - Freedom in Architecture

Innovatiemanagement

[17]
Ursem®

Innovatiemanagement

[18]
City Living Student Hotel Amsterdam

Innovatiemanagement

[19]
The Student Hotel Business Model

Innovatiemanagement

[20]
Ursem® – The Factory

Innovatiemanagement

[21]
Ursem®
Logistics / Construction process

Innovatiemanagement

[22]
Ursem® – Characteristics

•

Market segments
• Newly build: Student housing, Hotels, Schools, Care institutions
• Renovati...
Ursem® - Freedom in Architecture

Innovatiemanagement

[24]
ModuPark®

Innovatiemanagement

[25]
Parking Meander Hospital, Amersfoort

Innovatiemanagement

[26]
ModuPark®
Logistics / Construction process

Innovatiemanagement

[27]
ModuPark® - Charactaristics

•

Anticipate in changing parking requirements
• Location, Capacity

•

Market Segments

•
•
...
ModuPark® - Freedom in Architecture

Innovatiemanagement

[29]
Plug and Play Core®

Innovatiemanagement

[30]
P&P Core® - Qatar Soccer WC 2022

Innovatiemanagement

[31]
P&P Core® - Qatar Soccer WC 2022

Innovatiemanagement

[32]
Plug and Play Core® - The Movie

Plug and Play Core Movie

Plug and Play Core Magazine

Innovatiemanagement

[33]
Content
Introduction Ballast Nedam
Modular Building Systems
Effect on Business Architecture
Summary and Conclusions

Innov...
Modular Building Systems

traditional

Business Architecture
Construction
Use
Site
preparation

Land
scaping

Assembly
Use...
Business Architecture

•
•
•

Increase efficiency of processes from development through
operation phase (intensive use of ...
Business Architecture

•
•
•
•
•
•
•

CAD-CAM integration (3D model  factory)
New customer approach  Webconfigurator
Dev...
iQhome® - Web configurator

Innovatiemanagement

[38]
iQhome® - Web configurator

Innovatiemanagement

[39]
iQhome® - Web configurator

Innovatiemanagement

[40]
iQhome® - Web configurator

Innovatiemanagement

[41]
Content
Introduction Ballast Nedam
Modular Building Systems
Effect on Business Architecture
Summary and Conclusions

Innov...
Summary and Conclusions

•

Constant, high quality, healthier end product through production
in factory with a conditioned...
The Effect of Modularization on
Business Architecture of Ballast Nedam
Philips Ambassadors for Innovation
25 September 201...
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
Leon van de Pas,
General Manager Connected Lamps, Philips Lighting
Hue - the new wireless, user controlled lighting system...
WHAT LIGHT CAN DO FOR YOU: CONNECTED LIGHTING
LEON VAN DE PAS, GENERAL MANAGER CONNECTED LIGHTING

1
Key takeaways
• We are shaping the future of Connected
Lighting with disruptive innovations
• Our connected lighting innov...
SHAPING THE FUTURE OF CONNECTED LIGHTING

In the Office, now light is a pathway
for information, enabling a more
cost effi...
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Key takeaways
• We are shaping the future of Connected
Lighting with disruptive innovations
• Our connected lighting innov...
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
Contact details
Philips Innovation Services,
Industry Consulting
Innovation Management

Operations management

Iason Onass...
Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
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September 25th, the Ambassadors of Innovation network convened at the Philips Museum in Eindhoven. Philips Innovation Services, Industry Consulting, hosted the meeting with 45 participants from inside and outside Philips.

Topic of this network event was Product and Business Architectures.
- Paul Hissel, Senior Consultant at Industry Consulting kicked off, moving into the reasons why architectures for products and businesses are becoming more important. Speed, complexity and variety drive the business and product architectures can accommodate that.
- Menno de Jonge, Innovation Manager at Ballast Nedam continued with his presentation on modular structures Ballast Nedam is using, e.g. to build housing modules in factory settings, to build, disassemble and reassemble parking garages and even football stadiums for the 2022 World Cup.
- Leon van de Pas, General Manager Connected Lamps at Philips Lighting then presented how the hue lighting system is built up and how it has become such as success, e.g. by using the Apple store to launch and an open API which engaged more than 10,000 developers world wide.

Participants had the opportunity to write down questions for each of the presenters, and after some clustering these were discussed in a forum setting to close off the formal part. Then the networking continued in the Philips Museum café.

For more information on Architectures feel free to contact l.h.hissel@philips.com.

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  1. 1. Ambassadors of Innovation 25 September 2013 Philips museum Eindhoven
  2. 2. Agenda 15:30 Registration 16:00 Welcome by Iason Onassis, Managing Consultant 16:15 Brief presentations about product and business architectures from • Leon van de Pas, Marketing & Business Development Manager, Philips Lighting Hue - the new wireless, user controlled lighting system, and how it changes the lighting business • Menno de Jonge, Innovation Manager, Ballast Nedam What modular building systems mean for the construction business, especially for niches that are still growing • Paul Hissel, Senior Consultant, Philips Industry Consulting The value of architectures for business from the consultancy practice view 17:15 Break 17:30 Forum discussion 18:30 Networking reception including tapas and drinks 20:00 Closure Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  3. 3. The Ambassadors of Innovation is a select circle of leaders who are responsible for Innovation in large Dutch industrial companies, including our own Philips innovation leaders. The aim of the Ambassadors for Innovation is to allow you to network with peers, stay up-to-date at the forefront of Innovation and discuss amongst each other innovation challenges you are facing. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  4. 4. Industry consulting helps you create business excellence by developing and or optimizing your operational and innovation processes. Customer orientation, quality, speed and costs are our focus. With a team of seasoned industry professionals with in-depth experience and a hands-on approach. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  5. 5. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  6. 6. Paul Hissel, Senior Consultant, Philips Industry Consulting The value of architectures for business from the consultancy practice view Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  7. 7. The value of architectures for todays businesses from the consultancy practice view Ambassadors Event Kees van der Klauw Executive Sponsor Philips Architecture Community March, 2013
  8. 8. What is happening in today’s business environments ? - speed • Speed (time to market) is becoming more and more a competitive edge – latest technology (performance) – latest (lowest) cost level – latest features • shorter life cycles • new value spaces, business models, value networks (changing the rules of the game) • fast technology evolution • global and fast moving competition • new standards & regulations (fast follow up) Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 2
  9. 9. What is happening in today’s business environments ? Philips perspective - complexity • Products using key components which are systems in itself – Microcontrollers – Embedded signal processing – User interface panels, electronic power supplies • Products becoming connected – Product to product – Product to ‘the cloud’ • • • • Diagnostic systems (MR, X-Ray, …) Lighting systems (City Touch, Hue, …) Software, upgrades, extensions, interfaces … and data services based on third party systems and subsystems – The Cloud, telecom networks and storage – General purpose computing platforms Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 3
  10. 10. What is happening in today’s business environments ? Philips perspective - complexity • Philips becoming an integration company – – – – – Selected technology developments Open Innovation, ODM, OEM No way of owning, managing and knowing everything yourself Partnering, licensing: BoL (Bill of Licences) in addition to BoM (Bill of Material) Dependency on others, eco-systems, lock-in, control points: risks • Moving up in the value chain – Recurring revenues – From products to systems, services and solutions • Products becoming connected – Internet of things, Big data – entering the world of: Apps, mobility, security, privacy, new business models, new Control Points and multi-party businesses, etc. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 4
  11. 11. Impact on a business? • Diminishing returns… saturating (high) market shares no longer justify increasing investments in new products with shorter lifecycles • R&D cost (people) becoming a dominant factor (beyond BoM) • Independent lifecycles of components, subsystems, products, systems • constant need for adaptations (costs, resources, time) • increased complexity to be managed (SKU’s, phase in/out) • lower efficiency (shorter life cycles, lower Economy of Scale) & profitability • disturbances / problems in the supply chain and operations • lagging performance, Time to Market & flexibility Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 5
  12. 12. Needs from a business point of view? • • • • • • integral solution: taking care of all requirements & constraints decomposition in manageable parts balanced trade-off’s and integral optimization leveraging of all opportunities (suppliers, technologies, intern/extern) keeping this consistent over time (managing the impact of the dynamics) for the whole “system” Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 6
  13. 13. And this is where “system architecture” comes in… • defines the technical structure of a system: - the functional decomposition and physical partitioning in sub-systems and the specification of the interfaces - the underlying technology choices - the principles & guidelines governing the implementation and evolution over time in order to cover all requirements and stakeholder purposes. • covering many aspects like: - costs - performance & quality - Time To Market - Supply Chain performance - warranty, service - compliance - Business Control Points ……. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 7
  14. 14. Platform • a set of building blocks & standardised interfaces compliant with a defined reference architecture, that forms a common structure from which a stream of derivative products can be efficiently developed and produced. • a platform consists of strategically motivated and operationally coordinated modular product and process architectures, designed to create specific forms of strategic flexibility for achieving a defined set of business goals. • including: - management of the range & variation over time - technology evolution - new supply options - coherence over time Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 8
  15. 15. architecture capabilities • market coverage • alignment • anticipation • external development • performance • standardization capability to efficiently develop & produce product variants to cover effectively the segmentation and opportunities in the market: initially and over time capability enabling an optimal fit with the organization / operations to guarantee solid performance and cost effective execution built-in capability to react or adapt to future: changes / opportunities / uncertainties by keeping certain options open capability to embed superior capabilities (innovation, development, production) of suppliers in the product architecture, taking care of technical & organizational decoupling and maintaining control capability to realize the required functionality, performance and robustness and costs capability to leverage the benefits of internal or external standardization: e.g. commonality, re-use, economies of scale, faster TTM, reduced risks, proven quality >> architecture capabilities are created “by design”. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 9
  16. 16. System Architecture ensures: • a feasible solution covering all stakeholder requirements • tuning with the business strategy, - technology and – organization from the start • integration of: business, market, application, product, design, technology, industrial and financial aspects in one solution and a set of architecture capabilities • pro-active addressing of uncertainties (market, technology, availability) and opportunities (options to be kept open) • a roadmap and platform view towards future business • support by a structured approach and a solid business case and decision trajectory Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 10
  17. 17. So, who in the business will take care of this ? • functional focus: insufficient in most cases • role for the “system architect” - not only about a technical solution - but an integral solution for the business in line with the business strategy - including the management of: speed flexibility uncertainties complexity costs coherence over time Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 11
  18. 18. Some examples: internal Philips: • XRay systems • electric toothbrushes • shavers external: • automotive: Volkswagen • tunnels (RWS) Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 12
  19. 19. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 13
  20. 20. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 14
  21. 21. Backgrounds of “Rijkswaterstaat” project The problems regarding tunnels: • • • Large overrun in cost and schedule for tunnel projects Frequent closure of tunnels Discussions on political level Solution: • Appointment of a national tunnel coordinator/conductor (LTR) Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  22. 22. PInS contributions to LTR • Specific competences: – extensive experience and know-how in the field of: specification, architecture, design and verification of complex systems; – experience and know-how regarding proven safe design (incl. trade-offs) and implementation for safety related systems; – (business) independency regarding infrastructure- and construction providers; • Content related: – the approach for the specification and documentation of the tunnel system – the system architecture for the tunnel system – analysis and reduction of variation points in the development of tunnels – standard specification and design for tunnel technical installations (tunnel platform) – definition of the standard procedure for the application of the LTS – training regarding the tunnel standard for RWS and it’s suppliers Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 16
  23. 23. What has been achieved ? • Solid and transparent specification, design and decision trajectory, starting point for at this moment 8 running projects. • Standardized reliable and safe tunnel operation and installations • Included in and enforced by newly approved legislation (the WARVV, 1-7-2013) • manageable costs and planning for tunnel projects (to be proven) Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 17
  24. 24. How are we at Philips addressing this ? • We are convinced that architectures & platforms are crucial for our current and future business ! • processes as distinguished: - Architecture Creation Process - Platform Development & Management Process - Platform Release Process (harmonization going on) • building great architecture capabilities on a global level: - Philips Architecture Initiative - numbers & levels of system architects - competence (training, sharing, coaching, community) - organizational embedding (architect roles & framework) Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 PAI 18
  25. 25. Architecture Consultancy Our contributions: Industry Consulting • support to improve system architectures (content) • transferring approaches and competences for better architecting Where consulting gets hands-on Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013 19
  26. 26. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  27. 27. Menno de Jonge, Innovation Manager, Ballast Nedam What modular building systems mean for the construction business, especially for niches that are still growing Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  28. 28. The Effect of Modularization on Business Architecture of Ballast Nedam Philips Ambassadors for Innovation 25 September 2013 Menno de Jonge Innovatiemanagement [1]
  29. 29. Content Introduction Ballast Nedam Modular Building Systems Effect on business architecture Summary and Conclusions Innovatiemanagement [2]
  30. 30. Ballast Nedam • • Construction and Real Estate company Corporate headquarters in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands • Turnover 2012: € 1,30 billion • Turnover The Netherlands: € 1,15 billion (88%) • Turnover International: € 0,15 billion (12%) • • • • Top-5 construction firm in The Netherlands EBITDA 2012: € 2 million Net margin 2012: - € 41 million Order book January 2012: € 1,8 billion • • 3860 employees (December 2012) 136 year in operation (established in 1877) Innovatiemanagement [3]
  31. 31. Strategy Ballast Nedam • Work together for a better living environment, today and tomorrow • Creating “enduring quality” in the lifecycle of development, construction, management and the recycling of our living environment • Five strategic pillars • • • • • life cycle thinking and acting our people, standards and values value chain collaboration innovation being at the heart of the community • Four core activities • • • • housing mobility energy nature Innovatiemanagement [4]
  32. 32. Core activities in four areas of work Innovatiemanagement [5]
  33. 33. Core Activity - Housing Innovatiemanagement [6]
  34. 34. Core Activity - Mobility Innovatiemanagement [7]
  35. 35. Core Activity - Energy Innovatiemanagement [8]
  36. 36. Core Activity - Nature Innovatiemanagement [9]
  37. 37. Content Introduction Ballast Nedam Modular Building Systems Effect on Business Architecture Summary and Conclusions Innovatiemanagement [10]
  38. 38. Modular building systems Ballast Nedam • • • • iQhome® (concrete housing) Ursem® Modular Building Systems (wood frame housing) ModuPark® (steel / concrete parking garage) Plug and Play Core® (steel / concrete stadium) Innovatiemanagement [11]
  39. 39. iQhome® Innovatiemanagement [12]
  40. 40. iQhome® Innovatiemanagement [13]
  41. 41. iQhome® - The Factory Innovatiemanagement [14]
  42. 42. iQhome® Logistics / Construction process Construction process Innovatiemanagement [15]
  43. 43. iQhome® – Charactaristics • High quality living environment • Wall-to-wall room size 5,40m and 6,30m • High quality finishes • • • • • • High speed development in 6 weeks (from 3 units) Shortening construction process Sustainable (Energy Performance): • EPC 0.6 (A++) • EPC 0.4 (A+++) • EPC 0.0 (A++++) • EPC - 0.4 (A+++++) Attractive pricing schemes Adaptable / transformable / easily disassembled and re-usable Freedom in architecture Innovatiemanagement [16]
  44. 44. iQhome® - Freedom in Architecture Innovatiemanagement [17]
  45. 45. Ursem® Innovatiemanagement [18]
  46. 46. City Living Student Hotel Amsterdam Innovatiemanagement [19]
  47. 47. The Student Hotel Business Model Innovatiemanagement [20]
  48. 48. Ursem® – The Factory Innovatiemanagement [21]
  49. 49. Ursem® Logistics / Construction process Innovatiemanagement [22]
  50. 50. Ursem® – Characteristics • Market segments • Newly build: Student housing, Hotels, Schools, Care institutions • Renovation: Modular sanitary units • • • • • • • • Completely furnished rooms High speed realization High-rise up to 10 stories Easily disassembled and re-usable Low development / building costs Sustainable construction method Optimal logistic processes Constant high quality Innovatiemanagement [23]
  51. 51. Ursem® - Freedom in Architecture Innovatiemanagement [24]
  52. 52. ModuPark® Innovatiemanagement [25]
  53. 53. Parking Meander Hospital, Amersfoort Innovatiemanagement [26]
  54. 54. ModuPark® Logistics / Construction process Innovatiemanagement [27]
  55. 55. ModuPark® - Charactaristics • Anticipate in changing parking requirements • Location, Capacity • Market Segments • • • • • • Shopping centers, University / college campuses, Hospitals, Educational institutes, Offices, Public Transport Terminals Flexible in shape and scalable in size Sustainable High speed realization Easily disassembled and re-usable Affordable, several financial schemes (rent, lease, buy, …) Innovatiemanagement [28]
  56. 56. ModuPark® - Freedom in Architecture Innovatiemanagement [29]
  57. 57. Plug and Play Core® Innovatiemanagement [30]
  58. 58. P&P Core® - Qatar Soccer WC 2022 Innovatiemanagement [31]
  59. 59. P&P Core® - Qatar Soccer WC 2022 Innovatiemanagement [32]
  60. 60. Plug and Play Core® - The Movie Plug and Play Core Movie Plug and Play Core Magazine Innovatiemanagement [33]
  61. 61. Content Introduction Ballast Nedam Modular Building Systems Effect on Business Architecture Summary and Conclusions Innovatiemanagement [34]
  62. 62. Modular Building Systems traditional Business Architecture Construction Use Site preparation Land scaping Assembly Use Site preparation Land scaping Assembly Use Site preparation and Landscaping Innovatiemanagement Shortening [35]
  63. 63. Business Architecture • • • Increase efficiency of processes from development through operation phase (intensive use of BIM) 3D insight for client in modular housing options (configurator) Modular Housing object libraries • prefab elements and finishes • Kitchens, bathrooms, stairs, installations, doors&windows, ...) Innovatiemanagement [36]
  64. 64. Business Architecture • • • • • • • CAD-CAM integration (3D model  factory) New customer approach  Webconfigurator Development of “Serious Game”  Woonvisualisatie iPad supported sales process 3D printing “Where used” database for re-use of elements (RFID) Development of “Serious Game” Innovatiemanagement [37]
  65. 65. iQhome® - Web configurator Innovatiemanagement [38]
  66. 66. iQhome® - Web configurator Innovatiemanagement [39]
  67. 67. iQhome® - Web configurator Innovatiemanagement [40]
  68. 68. iQhome® - Web configurator Innovatiemanagement [41]
  69. 69. Content Introduction Ballast Nedam Modular Building Systems Effect on Business Architecture Summary and Conclusions Innovatiemanagement [42]
  70. 70. Summary and Conclusions • Constant, high quality, healthier end product through production in factory with a conditioned and controlled environment • Favorable working environment for construction workers • Energy reduction by more efficient use of (raw) materials, waste reduction and the production of re-usable and adaptable end products with a residual value • Fast production, shortening site construction time and reduction of nuisance for the environment through industrialization of the construction process • Favorable pricing from suppliers, efficiency in logistics • Customer experience and flexibility using custom made options, through online web configurators Innovatiemanagement [43]
  71. 71. The Effect of Modularization on Business Architecture of Ballast Nedam Philips Ambassadors for Innovation 25 September 2013 Menno de Jonge Innovatiemanagement [44]
  72. 72. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  73. 73. Leon van de Pas, General Manager Connected Lamps, Philips Lighting Hue - the new wireless, user controlled lighting system, and how it changes the lighting business Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  74. 74. WHAT LIGHT CAN DO FOR YOU: CONNECTED LIGHTING LEON VAN DE PAS, GENERAL MANAGER CONNECTED LIGHTING 1
  75. 75. Key takeaways • We are shaping the future of Connected Lighting with disruptive innovations • Our connected lighting innovations enable unprecedented personalization of the lighting experience at home, office and beyond • Philips’ hue connected lighting system for the home achieved instant global recognition and adoption in over 75 countries • Our revolutionary new connected lighting system for offices uses light as a pathway for information to deliver value for our customers and enhance user comfort 2
  76. 76. SHAPING THE FUTURE OF CONNECTED LIGHTING In the Office, now light is a pathway for information, enabling a more cost efficient use of resources At Home, now everybody can personalize his lighting system with a simple push of a button 3
  77. 77. 4
  78. 78. 5
  79. 79. 6
  80. 80. 7
  81. 81. 8
  82. 82. 9
  83. 83. 10
  84. 84. 11
  85. 85. Key takeaways • We are shaping the future of Connected Lighting with disruptive innovations • Our connected lighting innovations enable unprecedented personalization of the lighting experience at home, office and beyond • Philips’ hue connected lighting system for the home achieved instant global recognition and adoption in over 75 countries • Our revolutionary new connected lighting system for offices uses light as a pathway for information to deliver value for our customers and enhance user comfort 12
  86. 86. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  87. 87. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  88. 88. Contact details Philips Innovation Services, Industry Consulting Innovation Management Operations management Iason Onassis Jan-Edzard Talsma Managing Consultant Industry Consulting, Philips Innovation Services High Tech Campus 7, HTC 7.3A.016 5656 AE Eindhoven, Netherlands Managing Consultant Industry Consulting, Philips Innovation Services High Tech Campus 7, HTC 7.3A.016 5656 AE Eindhoven, Netherlands Mob: +31 6 300 333 94 email: iason.onassis@philips.com Mob: +31 6 20440472 email: jan-edzard.talsma@philips.com Support Office: Nicole.de.koning@philips.com +31 40 27 40827 Website: Innovation Flash: http://www.innovationservices.philips.com http://www.innovationservices.philips.com/innovation-flash-newsletters Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013
  89. 89. Ambassadors Event, Innovation Management, September 2013

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