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  1. 1. Opportunities for SMEs in Horizon 2020 –Side Event 2 October 2019 at 9:00 – 12:15 Presentations 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious
  2. 2. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious 09:00 – 10:20  ICT Innovations for Manufacturing SMEs (I4MS): general overview Merete Nørby, Manufacturing Academy of Denmark  3D printing technology (INTEGRADDE) Fernando Sánchez, AIMEN, Spain  Additively Manufacturable (AMable) Ulrich Thombansen, Fraunhofer ILT  Digital Technologies, Advanced Robotics and increased Cyber security for Agile Production (TRINITY) Minna Lanz, Tampere University  Boost innovation for SMEs in search of leading-edge digital solutions for customized and low-energy computing (Tetramax) Jari Nurmi, Tampere University 10:20 – 10:40 Coffee break Programme
  3. 3. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious 10:40 – 12:00  C-voucher: circular economy Merete Nørby, Manufacturing Academy of Denmark  Agile production and robotics: network of robotics hubs (DIH2 and L4MS) Harri Kuusela, VTT  Robotics for inspection and maintenance (RIMA) and European SMEs Robotics Applications (ESMERA) Sotiris Makris, LMS, Greece  Advanced Manufacturing Support Centre, ADMA Minna Kansola, VTT 12:00 Discussion 12:15 End of the day Programme
  4. 4. 4 I4MS Opportunities for SMEs Merete Nørby, International Senior Consultant, Ph.D. MADE – Manufacturing Academy of DK Maria Roca, I4MS Project Manager at FundingBox maria.roca@fundingbox.com
  5. 5. 5 I4MS: ICT Innovations for Manufacturing SMEs 5 Ensurs that manufacturing SMEs in Europe can fully benefit from digital innovations - to upgrade its products, - improve its processes and - adapt its business models to the digital age. I4MS • Provide access to competences: tech solutions and mentoring • Provide access to innovation networks of competences and best practice examples • Provide financial support to SMEs and mid-caps (Cascade Funding)
  6. 6. 6 Main I4MS elements 6 PLATFORM CLUSTERING ACTIVITIES FOR I4MS ECOSYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY
  7. 7. 7 I4MS (ICT for manufacturing SMEs) 7 HPC Logistics for Manufacturing PHASE 3 2017-2020 34 million €
  8. 8. Overview I4MS Open Calls TECHNOLOGI CAL EXPERTISE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING HPC CLOUD- BASED SIMULATION ROBOTICS CPS & IOT FUNDING 60,000€ per applicant 100,000 € proposal, max. 60,000 per applicant 250,000 € per proposal, max 50,000 SMEs 60,000 € proposal Nº APPLICANTS 2 2-5 2-5 1 TYPE OF APPLICANTS Supplier (SMEs or midcap) and users (industrial preferably SME) End-users, ISV, engineers, cloud providers, HPC centres, RTOs, DIH SMEs, midcaps; automation Solution Providers; software developers; system integrators DIHs IT SMEs as tech providers
  9. 9. I4MS Open Calls Calendar Year Quarter Deadline Project Technology area 2019 Q4 30th September CloudiFacturing HPC cloud-based simulation 30th November L4MS Robotics 1st November AMABLE Additive Manufacturing
  10. 10. 10 HELP-DESK 10 Success story: Compass HPC-Enabled system for enhanced seakeeping and station-keeping design (HPC-Sheaks) COMPUTING TIME REDUCED FROM 200 HOUR TO 4,5 NEW SIMULATION SERVICES WITH HIGH COMPUTATIONAL REQUIREMENT
  11. 11. 11 HELP-DESK 11 Improving the overall material flow of raw materials inside the factory with an automated logistics solution AUTOMATIC AGV TRANSPORT RAW MATERIAL REDUCE TIME WORKERS SPEND ON REPETITIVE TASK Automated Logistics @CHEMI-PHARM
  12. 12. I4MS ADDITIONAL BENEFITS PROVIDED BY THE INNOVATION ACTIONS AND THE CSA COMMUNITY BUSINESS SERVICES • Access Networking and information about all services at I4MS Community https://i4ms.fundingbox.com/ • Consultancy on new business models; • Access to additional funding; • Ideas incubation and business acceleration; • Matchmaking and brokerage. • Experiments catalogue; • Success stories. • Skills building services; • Webinars; • Professional courses for technicians and executives. • Catalogue of trainings. TRAINING • Technology Observatory • Market intelligence • Promotion in world class events • IPR & Patent management • Fortissimo • CloudiFacturing • MIDIH • L4MS • Amable Digital data chain MARKET PLACES & PLATFORMS (One-stop-shops on technological solutions) ACCESS NEW MARKETS
  13. 13. 13 HELP-DESK 13 I4MS support to SMEs Financial & tech support Training catalogue Online community Networking opportunities 86 trainings 51 funding opp. 165 end users 8,6M
  14. 14. COMMUNITY FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES HELP-DESK 14 Stay tuned about the upcoming opportunities, events and more! www.i4ms.eu
  15. 15. The I4MS Brochure 15 Available at https://i4ms.eu/
  16. 16. 1616 110 billion €
  17. 17. 17 Merete Nørby mnorby@made.dk Maria Roca maria.roca@fundingbox.com Follow us: Twitter: @I4MS_Europe. LinkedIn: I4MS. Join the I4MS community: https://i4ms.fundingbox.com/ WWW.I4MS.EU
  18. 18. INTEGRADDE: Pilot lines for Additive Manufacturing of metal components Opportunities for SMEs in Horizon 2020 | 2nd of October 2019
  19. 19. AGENDA: 19 INTEGRADDE: Intelligent data-driven pipeline for the manufacturing of certified metal parts through Direct Energy Deposition processes DT-FOF-04-2018 – Pilot lines for metal Additive Manufacturing -Flagship INITIATIVE- 1. AIMEN PRESENTATION 2. INTEGRADDE IN A NUTSHELL 3. PROJECT OBJECTIVES 4. END USERS 5. OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMEs (OPL NETWORK)
  20. 20. 0 • Industry supported, private centre • Applied research in: o Advanced Materials o Smart Systems and Smart Manufacturing o Additive Manufacturing o Micro and High Precision Manufacturing o Environmental Technologies • Manufacturing Competence Centre • Headcount: 250 • Extensive network of industrial partners O PORRIÑO CORUÑ A MADRID SEVILL A 1. AIMEN PRESENTATION
  21. 21. 2. INTEGRADDE IN A NUTSHELL INTEGRADDE video concept
  22. 22.  Bidirectional dataflow linking product design, modelling, metallurgy, production planning, online control, inline quality assurance, and post-processing.  Self-adaptive control implementing a non- defect propagation strategy.  Artificial Intelligence assisting in the design and manufacturing of new components. Digital end-to-end manufacturing solution for a seamless integration across the entire AM chain 1. IN A NUTSHELL: CONSORTIUM AND VALUE CHAIN 22 New manufacturing methodology capable of ensuring the manufacturability, reliability and quality of a target metal component from initial product design by DED technologies: LMD and WAAM
  23. 23. Build process and control Path planning & process simulation (CAPP/CAE) Part design & Topology optimisation (CAD) Real robot workstation Off line CAM programming Quality control &verification (DT- NDT) PRODUCT ENGINEERING BUILD & CONTROL POSTPROCESSING & TESTING Data analysis DIGITAL THREAD + DATA CENTRE “End to End” dataflow solution on DED-AM: from design to Qcontrol
  24. 24. 3. OBJECTIVES
  25. 25. To show the full potential of metal AM in real manufacturing conditions  Right-first time manufacturing of large metal parts. Ensuring the manufacturability of a component from the initial product design.  Integration and interoperability of AM processes into multistage production systems.  Improve quality of AM products. Unpredictable defects in final parts are preventing complete deployment and adoption of AM in the metalworking industries.  Certification, regulatory and standardisation. Novel approaches are required, capable to deal with:  Prediction and minimisation of distortion.  QbD manufacturing strategy.  Intelligent data-driven pipeline, enabling bidirectional dataflow for a seamless integration across the entire value chain. Needs targeted by INTEGRADDE 2. OBJECTIVES 25
  26. 26. New manufacturing methodology capable of ensuring the manufacturability, reliability and quality of a target metal component from initial product design. Manufacturing of medium-/large-sized metal components by DED technologies: Key manufacturing scenarios for EU economy are targeted for demonstration:  Invar tooling moulds for the aerospace manufacturing sector by WAAM.  New structural support beams and steel connectors for optimised structures by WAAM.  Engine case made of titanium by LMD-w.  Functionalization and reconstruction of large parts for the steel industry by LMD-p.  New multimaterial tooling components for the automotive sector by LMD-p. Network of open-pilots, providing services and testing facilities for the uptake of AM in EU industry ecosystem (mainly SMEs and MidCaps).  LMD: Laser Metal Deposition  WAAM: Wire-arc Additive Manufacturing 2. OBJECTIVES 26
  27. 27. 4. END USERS: what sectors are targeted?Differentiated sectors to get a transversal solution
  28. 28. TARGET COMPONENT SCENARIOS – APPLICATION DRIVEN PILOT LINES 28 Manufacturing of graded components with a functionalised surface by LMD-p Sector: Steel Target component: Large parts for steelmaking process. Material: Carbides in a metal-alloy matrix Hybrid manufacturing of tooling by graded materials by LMD-p Sector: Tooling for automotive Target component: Cutting tools for automotive part manufacturing Material: Tool-steel Manufacturing of titanium components for aeronautics by LMD-w Sector: Aeronautics Target component: Engine case. Material: Titanium
  29. 29. TARGET COMPONENT SCENARIOS – APPLICATION DRIVEN PILOT LINES 29 Hybridisation of WAAM with coexisting manufacturing processes (i.e. rolling, folding, welding) Sector: Tooling for aeronautics Target component: Panel moulding tooling for aeronautic component by WAAM Material: INVAR Manufacturing of new structural support beams and steel connectors by WAAM Sector: Construction Target component: 3D printed steel structural components. Material: Steel
  30. 30. 6. How a SME benefits from INTEGRADDE?Thanks to the INTEGRADDE OPL network
  31. 31. Network of open-pilots offering services to EU industry of consultancy and proof-of-concept of DED technologies for the manufacturing of specific metal components.  Supporting the adoption of AM in European Industry.  Demonstrating INTEGRADDE on different equipment schemes and AM processes, ensuring interoperability and usability of INTEGRADDE concept in a generic way.  Providing services and testing facilities for the uptake of AM in EU industry ecosystem (mainly SMEs and MidCaps). OPEN PILOT LINES NETWORK HOW TO GET ACCES TO INTEGRADDE SERVICES? 31
  32. 32. A two-fold approach for implementation: END USERS + OPL Previous to End Users implementation there will be a demonstration with real manufacturing conditions to validate and deploy the INTEGRADDE concept in RTOs that already owning DED infrastructure: AIMEN, WEST, CEA and IREPA. INFRASTRUCTURE AND CAPABILITIES These RTOs infrastructures have different hardware schemes which ensure interoperability of the developed solution. Each RTO has different and complementary capabilities: http://www.integraddeproject.eu/open_pilot_lines Capabilities and services will be more accurately defined in the following months in a Catalogue. We are working on access structure for SMEs to led you to the best node that help you: defining the types of services offered , access costs (guidance), consultancy, etc. This network will be extended to other RTOs and to previous EU initiatives
  33. 33. During the INTEGRADDE project there is a unique opportunity to be able to access to the network services at no cost through an open call (expression of Interest) due to the costs would be covered by the European Commission. Applicant will be requested to submit their EOI throught www.fundingbox.com Until 4 SMEs for free-trials could be selected. You can start or improve your AM journey! INTEGRADDE: A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR SMEs EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: Sign up in our newsletter and RSS channel to get receive all our latest novelties instantaneously. Find here a INTEGRADDE video concept and END USER video available on Youtube.
  34. 34. LIGHTME SERVICES LightMe project aspires to be a reference for boosting innovation in the field of lightweight metal matrix nanocomposites (MMnC) setting up an Open Innovation Ecosystem (test bed) that will boost the introduction of new functionalities, features and capabilities to lightweight metals.  Open Calls will be launched to test the LIGHTME ecosystem. Launched: May 2021  10-15 new test cases will be selected to access to the ecosystem services Upscaling 3 Casting Lines 2 AM Lines 1 PM/ Extrusion Line Monitoring Process Control Process Monitoring Testing Structural Characterization Functional testing Field tests Environmental Impact LCA Modelling Process Optimization Simulation Predictive modelling Innovation Manageme nt Business Plan Marketing Technology transfer Training Market Uptake Regulation Standardization S&H Nano-Safety LIGHTME open innovation ecosystem
  35. 35. MWAM Pilot Line LIGHTME MWAM CELL SERVICES BUILDING BLOCK 1: Pilot Lines Upscaling This project has received funding from the Industrial Technologies Advanced Materials and Nanotechnologies under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 innovation programme under the grand agreement number 814552. - MWAM Test Cases manufacturing - Optimization process parameters for new materials: MMnC (Mg, Al, Ti) - Process Control and Monitoring - Structural & Functional Characterization
  36. 36. Thank you for your attention This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 820776 Fernando Sánchez| R&D Director fsanchez@aimen.es I +34 607564671
  37. 37. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 38 Call for Proposals Identifier AMable OC3 Deadline 1. November 2019 Digital additive manufacturing innovation hub for services from idea to market (iv) Digital design for additive Manufacturing: Supporting the broad uptake of innovative additive manufacturing equipment and processes particularly focusing on the link between design tools and production, changes in business models, process chains and stakeholder relations. AMable Open Call Supporting SMEs in the uptake of Additive Manufacturing AMable Services Arena
  38. 38. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 Open Call - Support and Funding3 Offerings - AMable Services Arena & AMable Digital Data Chain2 Functional Parts that need AM to come alive1 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub 39
  39. 39. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 Open Call - Support and Funding3 Offerings - AMable Services Arena & AMable Digital Data Chain2 Functional Parts that need AM to come alive1 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub 40
  40. 40. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub Functional Parts that need AM to come alive 41
  41. 41. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub Functional Parts that need AM to come alive 42
  42. 42. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 Open Call - Support and Funding3 Offerings - AMable Services Arena & AMable Digital Data Chain2 Functional Parts that need AM to come alive1 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub 43
  43. 43. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub The AMable Services Arena – from idea to market Digital Services for SMEs and midcaps  Three distinct platforms provide offerings for business, technology and training  On demand access to individual services  Entry from any starting point into suitable development stage  Guide leads you through the AMable Services Arena
  44. 44. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub The AMable Services Arena – Visualisation / Immersive Design ID 307 Service name Visualization/Immersive design Service description Immersive design and connection with CAD packages will be developed to enable the user to experiment with variants, allowing quick and affordable pre-assessment of product design. Service offering The service focuses at providing the user with a realistic representation of the end result of the AM process through an immersive design environment. The ambition is to create a software module able to directly generate a realistic visualization of a certain part after being Additively Manufactured directly from a CAD file. The tool should be able to take into account surface texture/roughness based on the selected material, process/machine type and/or machine settings (such as layer thickness) and generate an appropriate texture to be mapped on the surface of the CAD model so that the user can have a realistic view on how the part will look right after production. The user should be able to modify selected production parameters as well as the CAD file, to understand how these affect the way the part looks. In addition, coupling with the modelling & simulation stage would enable the visualization tool to use the distorted “as manufactured” 3D model instead of the user-provided CAD file, so that a “virtual prototype” will be available for the user to decide if his requirements are met or if any further redesign and/or optimization is required. Service key benefits • Ability to realistically visualize product • Direct involvement of customers for feedback during the design phase • Ability to fully grasp part surface roughness and/or finishing, as AM surfaces usually are not smooth • Ability to fully comprehend distortion magnitude and effects without redesigning the part, as well as effects of a potential redesign to minimization of distortion • Enabling product customization
  45. 45. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub The AMable Services Arena –Design for AM ID 306 Service name Design for AM Service description This service will provide the knowledge to enable the creation of an AM-buildable product, while integrating incoming design data (customer scan or other input data) and creating the required instructions (file for build, post-processing, inspection instructions) to ensure the final product matches the design requirement. The design process may include a part consolidation exercise, structural optimisation, design concepts, customisation, reverse engineering or simply the redesign of a component for build-ability through AM processes. Service offering This service offers to provide working knowledge of how to design products for manufacture by AM in different applications (e.g. topology optimisation, tooling improvement, Part consolidation to improve lead times and Customer-led product design). Customers will be able to access design tools (hardware and software) and resources through this service, and the service will help them through their first AM design process. This will empower SMEs to do functional design, part consolidation and design based on customer input either through scan data or requirements capture. Service key benefits • Cost effective designs • De-risking the build • Accessing design guidelines/tools/resources
  46. 46. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub The digital data chain - Digital Infrastructure for AM related information AM Data Evolution  Data enrichment from stage to stage  Data recording with Blockchain support for signed documentation  Data viewport per stage and stakeholder  Security requirements depending on application and actual stakeholders  Continuous documentation and transparent access  Respect data ownership 47
  47. 47. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub The digital data chain - Digital Infrastructure for AM related information AMable IDS Connector – Trusted and documented data exchange  Paradigm of the Industrial Dataspace  Data remains with the data owner  Transactions can be documented in AMable Blockchain  AMable IDS Connector as a registered hardware device to connect between data owners and data users 48 AM Service User AM Service Provider IDS Message IDS Message AM Service dataCompany AM data AM data send AM data return AMable Data Exchange AMable IDS Connector AMable IDS Connector
  48. 48. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 Open Call - Support and Funding3 Offerings - AMable Services Arena & AMable Digital Data Chain2 Functional Parts that need AM to come alive1 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub 49
  49. 49. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable Open Call OC3 Your Opportunity 50 You can get funding for your development activities if you are an SME or a mid-cap, eligible under Horizon2020 rules. You can get support from European Additive Manufacturing Competence Centers through services for design, testing, simulation, scale up, etc. Do you have an innovative idea for a functional product that needs AM to become alive? You can tell & sell its story publicly but you cannot achieve the implementation yourself? 1 2 3
  50. 50. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable Open Call OC3 Your ToDo’s 51 Describe your development plan what are the risks; which success factors; define the AMable services you need; download and follow the guide for applicants; submit your proposal; Present your business case where will you sell; how will you produce; what will be your return of invest? Write up your story what is your idea; what is your AM starting point; how does the idea relate to the state of the art; 1 2 3 2 €1 € 2 € 1 €
  51. 51. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub Experiment – Structure and Type Experiments targeted at market needs  Feasibility Study Experiments  Short term, low TRL, small budget  Best Practice Experiments  Longer duration, higher TRL, more budget 52
  52. 52. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775  Feasibility Study Experiment  SME with an innovative AM product idea (supplier role)  Best Practice Experiment  SME with an innovative AM product idea (supplier role)  SME / mid-cap as first user of the product (user role)  Call documents  https://www.amable.eu/calls/  Contact to Mentors  mentors@amable.eu  Submission & Inquiries  oc3@amable.eu AMable Open Call OC3 Information and Contact Points
  53. 53. This document and the information contained are property of the AMable consortium coordinated by Fraunhofer ILT and shall not be copied or disclosed to any third party without prior written authorization. www.amable.eu This project has received funding from the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 768775 AMable – Digital Additive Manufacturing Innovation Hub Core Consortium Digital Design for Additive Competence Centres 54 Business Analysis and Consultancy Innovation TrainingData Management
  54. 54. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825196 Professor Minna Lanz, Coordinator Tampere University, Finland
  55. 55. DIH TRINITY Improve agility & innovation capability of European manufacturing companies (focus on SMEs) through robotics and IoT Build a network of Digital Innovation Hubs beyond the project life-time Provide critical mass of use cases to demonstrate new robotic technologies & added-value in different sectors Create a digital access point to facilitate access to knowledge, collaboration and networking Digital Technologies, Advanced Robotics and increased Cyber-security for Agile Production in Future European Manufacturing Ecosystems DT-ICT-02-2018 - Robotics - Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH) Overall budget: ~ € 16 400 000 48 months- January 2019 to December 2022
  56. 56. Ireland Norway Finland Latvia Lithuania Consortium Hungary Greece Slovenia Belgium Germany • Coordinator:Tampere University • 16 partners from 10 countries: • 5 universities • 3 Research & Technology organisations • 2 companies • 4 industry/technology associations • 2 technology broker SMEs
  57. 57. TRINITY approach for DIH networking Regional network & partners Regional hub TRINITY platform • Link existing networks • Centralised digital point to access knowledge & network • Access to the solutions via Online Catalog • Online training materials • Provision of modules & expertise via Open Calls • Open DeepDive workshops
  58. 58. Three thematic areas of TRINITY ROBOTICS CYBERSECURITY INTERNET OF THINGS AGILE PRODUCTION Interaction/ collaboration & system reconfiguration Trust, data sharing,data privacy & system error recovery Industrial Internet of Things, digital twins, digital tools & platforms
  59. 59. Concept and approach for increasing knowledge TRINITY Target: over 50 modular use case demonstrations, with 150 technical modules by the end of 2022 Two calls; 2019, 2021 - 70% funding - SMEs and slightly bigger consortiums - 50-300k€ for 6-12 months demos
  60. 60. Modules: 1) UI based on AR, and 2) UI based on depth sensor and projector, and 3) 3D map based Safety-system 1. 3. 2. baseline
  61. 61. Open calls 2019 2021 First open call Second open call • At least 30 company demonstrators to be funded • Experiments in industrial environments • All thematic areas covered • Calls open for 3 months after publication • Up to EUR 300,000 funding per demonstrator • Total budget 8m€, target budget for 1st Open Call is 4m€
  62. 62. 1st Open Call Open Call #1 November 2019 GET READY! Demo TRINITY Existing technical modules testing & implementation Novel solutions external use case demonstrators Tech/end- user Tech Provider Tech/end- user Tech Provider Compet. Centre 4m€  from €50.000 to €300.000 up to 3 partners up to 3 partners LeaderLeader Tech Provider
  63. 63. Who can apply? TRINITY ecosystem invites companies or small consortia to plan, implement, and disseminate ICT technologies incl. robotics, IoT and cybersecurity to facilitate agile production in European companies. Lead applicant is SME or slightly bigger (less than 500 person, 100m€ turnover) Consortium members: • Technology adopters/ end-users: SMEs and slightly bigger • Technology providers:Technology SMEs, Competence Centres, Research Centres and academia
  64. 64. Expected impact • Increased agility of production • Increased deployment of robotics • Formation of supply chains around platforms and modules • Increased use of standards for modules and systems • Generation of new businesses based around platform supply • The development supply chains.
  65. 65. What is in it for you? Access to wide network, expertise and knowledge through the TRINITY network and digital access point Access to solutions adapted to your needs (modular approach) Funding opportunities for Proof-of-concepts through open calls Shorter time to markets
  66. 66. www.linkedin.com/groups/12177835@eu_trinityinfo@trinityrobotics.eu
  67. 67. The TETRAMAX project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 761349.
  68. 68. TETRAMAX: H2020 Innovation Action Thematic focus: Customized and Low-Energy Computing (CLEC) Total budget: 7 mio. euros Duration: sep 2017 – aug 2021 23 EU partners:
  69. 69. AIM: Boost innovation for SMEs in search of leading-edge digital technologies and solutions Domains:
  70. 70. ACTIVITIES: 1. Building and leveraging a Technology Brokerage Network in CLEC 2. Stimulating, organizing and evaluating 60+ Technology Transfer Experiments (TTX) via open calls
  71. 71. 1. TECHNOLOGY BROKERAGE
  72. 72. TECHNOLOGY BROKERAGE • EU-wide local help desks with individual digitization consulting • Cross-border hardware/software ICT supply and demand brokerage
  73. 73. TECHNOLOGY BROKERAGE Network of 400+ nodes
  74. 74. Technology offers and requests Post request and offers on TETRAMAX website: tetramax.eu/brokerage ⇒ Dedicated TETRAMAX technology broker ⇒ Writes and publishes information on portal ⇒ Uses TETRAMAX network to find the right match
  75. 75. 2. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS (TTX) • Low-risk technology innovation testbeds for SMEs • Funding up to 100,000 EUR for tech transfer experiments via open calls: 1. Bilateral TTX 2. Value Chain & Interdisciplinary TTX 3. Entrepreneurial TTX
  76. 76. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS: Bilateral TTX Technology transfer experiment between 2 partners from different EU countries. 6-12 months 20k-50k
  77. 77. BILATERAL TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENT: Carrots With the help of TETRAMAX, two European start-ups developed an app & sensors to help anyone grow their vegetables like a pro!
  78. 78. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS: Value Chain Oriented Interdisciplinary TTX Technology transfer experiment between 3 or more partners from different EU countries. 12 -18 months 50k-100k
  79. 79. With the help of TETRAMAX, NOxBox experiments with a low cost and low power device capable for detecting NOx emissions, all in the palm of your hands! VALUE CHAIN & INTERDISCIPLINARY TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENT: NOxBox
  80. 80. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS: Entrepreneurial TTX Mobilize, challenge and train small teams of potential entrepreneurs in the Customized Low-Energy Computing area 3-6 months 20k-30k
  81. 81. TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER EXPERIMENTS NOW OPEN CALL FOR: • Value Chain Oriented and Interdisciplinary TTX • Entrepreneurial TTX => deadline: November 30, 2019, 17:00 CET • Bilateral TTX (opens end of September 2019) => Deadline: December 31, 2019, 17:00 CET www.tetramax.eu/ttx/calls/
  82. 82. THE TEAM .
  83. 83. Tetramax.eu @TETRAMAXEU company/tetramax/ info@tetramax.eu jari.nurmi@tuni.fi
  84. 84. C-VOUCHER 2 October 2019 Helsinki Merete Nørby, MADE – Manufacturing Academy of Denmark
  85. 85. The firs t pa n -E u ro pe a n a c c e le ra tio n pro g ra m with c irc u la r e c o n o m y fo c u s €4.2 m + k n o wle d g e to g o c irc u la r
  86. 86. • The Circular Economy is focused on shifting traditional, linear value chains into circular ones, where all nodes are using their maximum potential and where products have no end of life. • In C-VoUCHER, we combine service design and technology to support SMEs on their way towards circular economy. C-Voucher creates new business models, competitive edge and innovation. • The project’s goal is to develop new, cross-sectorial value chains across the EU by supporting SMEs on the move away from linear value chains (cradle to waste) towards circular models (cradle to cradle) • Focus on 5 industrial sectors DESIGNING CIRCULAR PROSPERITY across Europe Maritime 8 8
  87. 87. Prioritized technologies Circularize ValUe Chains across European Regional Innovation Strategies Prioritized Sectors Health, Blue Growth, Textile, Agri-Food and Manufacturing
  88. 88. • 4.2M Euros for grants, designers + mentors services • 2 Acceleration Programs + 2 Replication Programs • 66 SMEs supported by March 2021
  89. 89. Support programmes (Circularity + Value Chain Replication) Up to €60k per SME (voucher) // Up to €15k per SME (lump sum) Designer-in-Residence (up to 9 or 3 months) Business mentors (up to 1.4PM or 0.4PM)
  90. 90. 2 months Circular Solution Pre-Definition Investment Plan • Identification of needs and individual business challenges • Selection of optimum technology Circular Solution Execution • Matchmaking with technology supplier (voucher contract) • Implementation of solution + validation Business Mentors support • Private and public financial support - coaching 7 months 3 months Circularity Programme
  91. 91. Feasibility study • Identification of needs and individual business challenges • Creation of detailed plan of transformation into circular economy Public and private funding • Private and public financial support - coaching Up to 1.4 months Up to 0.4 months Value Chain Replication Programme Selection of 42 Adopters
  92. 92. Coordination: FundingBox Accelerator 13 partners: 6 regions (Denmark, Sweden, France, Poland, Romania, Spain) 5 industry leaders 2 innovation experts Contract with the European Commission no 777773 Total budget: €5.2 million C-VoUCHER partners
  93. 93. Partners ecosystems41 CLUSTERS 28,554 SMEs (5,763 of them linked directly to cooperating clusters) 15 European Networks plus 10 Regional and National ones, linking C-VoUCHER with more than 63.000 entities associated Managing Partners Regions & Clusters Industry Leaders
  94. 94. Nordphos – circular start up example • New business model for wastewater treatment – from cost to value (design) • System design and test (tech) • ”seeing things in a bigger picture” with C-Voucher and making the first installation real with Vejle Wastewater (stakeholder)
  95. 95. 2 open calls in 2019 Aug 1 – Oct 31 (up to: 15k Euros, month of designer support) Oct 1 – Dec 31 (up to: 60k Euros, 9 month of designer support)
  96. 96. Online tool: https://smes-open-call.fundingbox.com/ Deadline: Dec 31, 2019 Helpdesk: c-voucher.helpdesk@fundingbox.com
  97. 97. https://call-for-adopters.fundingbox.com/ https://smes-open-call.fundingbox.com/ Acceleration Programme Dedicated Designer-in-Residence services Technology support & implementation Public and private funding opportunities https://spaces.fundingbox.com/c/c-voucher JOIN THE COMMUNITY
  98. 98. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 A Pan-European Network of Robotics DIH in Agile Production Harri Kuusela, VTT, 2/10/2019
  99. 99. Source: European Commission Horizon 2020 SME Instrument: EUR 3 billion FSTP or Cascade Fundin €800 million
  100. 100. • European Commission Horizon 2020 Projects Consortium Third parties: SMEs, startups, … 2. Consortium distributes the grant Step 1. Grant Beneficiary 2 Beneficiary 1 Beneficiary n 3rd Party 1 3rd Party 3 3rd Party 2 European Commission 3. Funding for: Experiments Acceleration Cascade Funding
  101. 101. Equity free funding Typically from € 10 K - € 250 K 6. Services Mentoring, Training, Access investment Internationalization 1 Cascade Funding Open calls, competitive calls for proposals within EU Projects to integrate more participants via pilots, extensions and/or acceleration incubation 2 Easy to apply funding Easy to justify funding
  102. 102. 40+ Calls distributing Cascade Funding Innovations Value Chains Cascade Funding
  103. 103. DIH2 in a nutshell • DIH2 Network • Agility Challenges identification with standardization potential • Develop Standard robotics solutions for Agile Production • Training over network to SME:s
  104. 104. DIH2 Partners 37 partners from all over Europe 26 DIHs -> During the project the network will increase to 170 11 Operation partners: • Marketplace Development • Open Platform Development • Standardization • FSTP Management • Business Acceleration • Digital Training • Dissemination and Branding
  105. 105. DIH2 Funding € 16 M Project € 8 M Cascade Funding
  106. 106. Type of Experiments Technology Transfer Experiments Up to 248K equity free 2-3 partners (end user + tech provider) 10 months support program (TRL5-TRL7) Up to 26 beneficiaries (13 / call)
  107. 107. Type of Applicants Manufacturing SMEs or Slightly Bigger Up to 500 employees or Up to €100 million income Technology Providers Any type of Tech provider or System integrator such us: Research Organization, Competence Centers, SMEs, MidCaps, Startups
  108. 108. Challenges Challenge #1: INCREASING THE SAFETY OF ROBOTIZED WORKPLACES Challenge #2: DEVELOPING HUMAN-CENTERED INTERFACE TO FACILITATE THE CONTROL OF ROBOTS BY NON-TRAINED WORKERS USING STANDARD HUMAN-TO-HUMAN COMMUNICATION (SPEECH, TOUCH, MIMICS, ETC.) Challenge #3: REDUCING THE PROBABILITY OF OCCURRENCE OF HAZARDOUS EVENTS FOR CO- OPERATIVE ROBOTICS AND GO BEYOND THE “JUST SAFE STOPPAGE” OF THE CURRENT MACHINERY Challenge #4: INCREASING DRONE RELIABILITY IN MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT
  109. 109. Challenges Challenge #5: DEVELOPING DIGITAL TWINS TO TRAIN SAFETY ALGORITHMS IN ORDER TO AUTOMATE FAULTY OPERATIONS, IMPROPER BEHAVIOURS AND POTENTIAL COLLISIONS DETECTION Challenge # 6: DEVELOPING REAL-TIME PRODUCTION MONITORING APPLICATIONS ABLE TO HANDLE HETEROGENOUS SENSORS PORTFOLIO Challenge #7: INCLUDING MORE SECURITY STRATEGIES WITHIN ORGANIZATIONS IN ORDER TO MITIGATE CYBERSECURITY RISKS Challenge #8: ENABLING TO RESPOND QUICKLY TO CUSTOMER NEEDS AND MARKET CHANGES WHILE STILL CONTROLLING COSTS AND QUALITY # Challenge 9: OPEN DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
  110. 110. Technology Transfer Experiments Up to € 248K Equity free € 0,5 M Private Funding
  111. 111. Technology Transfer Experiments Mentoring Access to investment Technical Business Funding Public: EU & National Private TrainingIP&ELS Mooc Platform Agile Production Business Model Commertialization Standarization Ethis, Legal and Cybersecurity vouchers Standarization Marketplace Publication in the COPRA AP Catalogue in the Mktplace Mentor COPRA AP Corporate Brokerage
  112. 112. Technology Transfer Experiments 10 Months Program
  113. 113. Technology Transfer Experiments Technology Transfer Experiment ROSE AP Go to Market 2 Months 8 Months Support €30K €216K €2K Selection: Brokerage event and Jury Day 4 months DIH2
  114. 114. Proposals Submission Pre-scoring Eligibility CheckRejection Selection Team +local DIHConsensus Meeting FBA based on eligibility criteria mail mail Result: 520 individual applicants: 260 manufacturing SMEs/ Slightly Bigger companies and 260 Technology Providers Result: 13 Beneficiaries Agility Audit Jury Day Brokerage Selection Committee (EB+IAS) Experts Evaluation Eligibility Check Experts Panel (2 independent experts per proposal) Consensus Meeting FBA based on eligibility criteria Proposals SubmissionRejection mail mail
  115. 115. Open Call Process First Stage Call Launch 01/07/2019 – 31/10/2019 (4 months) Robot Days 01/07/2019 – 31/10/2019 Second Stage Call Launch 03/12/2019 – 27/02/2020 (3 months) Local Brokerage Events 03/12/2019 – 14/12/2019 15 days External Evaluation 02/03/2020 – 14/03/2020 15 days Consensus Meeting 23/03/2020 – 27/03/2020 Negotiation May-June 2020 1st stage selection and matchmaking 01/11/2019 - 15/11/2019 15 days Audit Support to prepare application 03/12/2019 – 27/02/2020 (3 months) Jury Day and beneficiaries selection April 2020
  116. 116. Support helpdesk@dih-squared.eu https://fundingbox.com/spaces/dih2-helpdesk
  117. 117. Apply Now dih-squared.eu First Stage Deadline 31st October 2019 Second Stage 3th December 2019-27th February 2020
  118. 118. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964 This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964
  119. 119. Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation (LMS) Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, University of Patras, Greece 101 EUROPEAN DAYS FOR SUSTAINABLE CIRCULAR ECONOMY - MANUFUTURE 2019 CONFERENCE Opportunities for SMEs in Horizon 2020 2 October 2019 Dr. Sotiris Makris Robotics for Inspection and MAintenance (RIMA) & European SMEs, Robotics Applications (ESMERA)
  120. 120. Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation (LMS) Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics, University of Patras, Greece 102 Robotics for Inspection and MAintenance (RIMA) & European SMEs, Robotics Applications (ESMERA)
  121. 121. H2020 - ICT 780265 ESMERA: European SMEs Robotics Applications Website: http://www.esmera-project.eu/ • H2020 Project - ICT-27-2017 • Funding of 4.4 million euro for experiments • Start Date: 01.01.2018 • End Date: 28.02.2022 What is ESMERA?
  122. 122. H2020 - ICT 780265 Denmark United Kingdom France Spain Germany Italy R&D Industry Greece Project Coordinator: Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation - LMS, University of Patras ESMERA Consortium Four Competence Centers Provide: • Test environments for challenges, equipment & services • Expert support on deployment of robotics solutions • Support in networking Three Facilitators: • Mentoring & developing business cases • Developing a concept design for end-users • Developing business plans & impact analysis • Managing the complete chain
  123. 123. H2020 - ICT 780265 ESMERA Open Call Concept
  124. 124. H2020 - ICT 780265 OPEN CALL ORGANIZATION
  125. 125. H2020 - ICT 780265 8 CHALLENGE AREAS MANUFACTURING ENERGY CONSTRUCTION AGRICULTURE FOOD PROCESSING RETAIL HEALTHCARE EMERGENCY RESPONSE b) Open challenges in all challenge area a) Predefined Industrial challenges in each area ! If your experiment fits under an ESMERA challenge, 2 extra points will be awarded to over threshold proposals
  126. 126. H2020 - ICT 780265 ESMERA SOCE Challenges: Manufacturing Challenge 3: Mechatronic devices for dexterous assembly Main Technologies: • Smart reconfigurable grippers • Novel actuation technologies • Completely new robotic equipment that can outperform robotic solutions A) Predefined Use Cases B) Open Challenge Any other proposal requiring relevant technologiesRefrigerator’s cabinet, adjustable feet, Nutrunner
  127. 127. H2020 - ICT 780265 ESMERA EXPERTIMENT CONSORTIA EXPERIMENTCONSORTIUM • Only one SME or • A consortium with at least 1 robotics SME University Research Institute Big Company SME SME SME SME SME SME
  128. 128. H2020 - ICT 780265 Experiments’ Phase I (Start: April 2020) Experiments’ Phase II (Start: March 2021) Proof of Concept • Duration: 9 months • 8 challenges areas • 18 experiments • 75.000 Euro funding per experiment Industrial Leadership & Business Support • Duration: 9 months • 9 experiments • 125.000 Euro funding per experiment Review and prioritisation ESMERA EXPERIMENTS * The research experiments are funded at 100% of their total (respecting the funding rules for H2020).
  129. 129. H2020 - ICT 780265 Deadline for applications 2nd December 2019 Notification of proposal acceptance February 2020 Start of experiments’ Phase I May 2020 Start of experiments’ Phase II April 2021 TIMELINE FOR THE OPEN CALL
  130. 130. H2020 - ICT 780265 APPLICATION STEPS 1.Pre-Proposal for feedback – optional, recommended for open challenges 2.Proposal – ESMERA Application Form 3.Proposal Review by External Reviewers 4.Notification of Results 5.Redress Procedure 6.Funding Agreement 7.Start of Experiments – Phase I 8.Evaluation of Phase I 9.Start of Phase II
  131. 131. H2020 - ICT 780265 1. Go on: www.esmera-project.eu/ 2. 3. Create your profile 4. Submit your application HOW DO I APPLY?
  132. 132. H2020 - ICT 780265 IMPORTANT DATES DEADLINE FOR PRE-PROPOSAL NOVEMBER 8Th, 2019 DEADLINE FOR PROPOSAL DECEMBER 2ND, 2019 NOTIFICATION END FEBRUARY 2020
  133. 133. H2020 - ICT 780265 WHAT DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE? • Guide for Applicants oThis guide will help you through the application process • Pre-Proposal Template oTemplate to be filled in if you desire to submit a pre- proposal to get feedback on your project and to know whether or not you are eligible • Proposal Template oTemplate for the original proposal to submit • Proposal Evaluation Criteria oThe evaluation criterion points that you will be graded on • Funding Agreement • Redress Procedure • Open Call Platform guide • ESMERA Challenges oManufacturing, Energy, Construction, Agriculture, Food Processing, Retail, Healthcare, Emergency Response All documents and more are available on http://www.esmera-project.eu/open-calls/
  134. 134. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824990
  135. 135. Connect research, technology & service providers, industry sectors, investors and certification bodies under one roof Fund 50 technology experimentations among European small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) Support SMEs to commercialize their solutions during the project Provide education and training on robotics for SMEs Robotics for Inspection & Maintenance - 4-year EU-funded project (2019-2022) 8M€ for small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) and slightly bigger for technology experiments Connecting and sharing best practices with Network of 15 European Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH) on robotics. Marketplace offering services to facilitate the uptake of robotics among SMEs & industry OUR GOAL IS TO…WHAT IS RIMA?
  136. 136. •CEA (FR) •CATEC (SP) •CREATE (IT) •CUT (CY) •DFKI (DE) RIMA NETWORK WHO WE ARE • FundingBox (PL) • Sprint Robotics (NL) • University of YORK (UK) • FORATOM (BE) • FERHL (BE) • EFNDT (BE) • Water Europe (BE) • SYSTEMATIC (FR) • DLR (DE), • DTI (DK) • LMS (GR) • PIAP (PL) • SINTEF (NO) Current Digital Innovation Hubs (15) Facilitators and networks • TUKE (SK) • TNO (NL) • VTT (FI) • U Seville (ES) • U Twente (NL) RIMA network is consisted of 15 European Digital Innovation Hubs (DIH) with a vast experience in the field of robotics. Our consortium is consisted of Universities, Industry associations and research institutes all dedicated to help
  137. 137. INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES ..and how robotics could solve them? INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES
  138. 138. INDUSTRY SECTORS COVERED IN RIMA Includes wind, solar, hydro, coal, and power distribution, covering both off- shore and on-shore infrastructure Includes large transport hubs like ports, airports and interchanges. Sustainable, safe water infrastructures include clean water, wastewater and storm water infrastructures Water supply and sanitation Transport hubsEnergy generation and distribution Oil and gas Refining and distribution infrastructure, including off-shore infrastructure and decommissioning. Including decommissioning, waste disposal, maintenance and life extension Nuclear Road, rail and infrastructure connected with cities Local transport systems such as trams, track and trackside equipment, bridges, tunnels and roads rolling stock and geo-physical maintenance
  139. 139. ENERGY GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION Energy generation and distribution includes wind, solar, hydro, marine power, power lines and substations. Challenges • Large and remote areas, long endurance missions • Harsh environments, underwater • Complex environment
  140. 140. Challenges • Data harvesting and data analysis • Above ground storage tank inspection, cleaning and maintenance • Pressure vessel inspection and damage classification • Process piping inspection and maintenance in challenging environments • Remote operators • Offshore installation inspection, maintenance and repair OIL AND GAS
  141. 141. NUCLEAR Nuclear Power Plants, Reprocessing facilities, Facilities for mining & processing of radioactive ore Challenges • Mapping of site infrastructure • Health monitoring of components during lifetime • Inspect / support repair of equipment • Clean robustly (parts of) nuclear infrastructure • Waste disposal / decommissioning o Clean / reduce sizes of (irradiated) waste o Dismantle components o (Re)move waste items within working areas
  142. 142. TRANSPORT HUBS Challenges • Inspection and Maintenance activities in the following: • Perimeter infrastructure • Waterways • Quay walls and locks • Runways • Vegetation around the hubs
  143. 143. WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION Challenges • Confined spaces with GPS-denied environments • Presence of debris • Risks of highly hazardous and corrosive chemicals • Presence of pressurized water The accessibility to these underground areas for I&M operations is important considering the impact it has on surrounding environment (traffic disruption, noise)
  144. 144. Road, rail & infrastructure in cities Challenges • Increase efficiency in the I&M activities of civil infrastructure • Reduce risk for workers during I&M activities on civil infrastructures • Ensure that civil infrastructure is operational and safe • Worker – machine on jobsite cooperation • Open (facilitating technologies development)
  145. 145. DO YOU HAVE A ROBOTICS SOLUTION IN MIND? OPEN CALL 2019 DO YOU HAVE A ROBOTICS SOLUTION IN MIND?
  146. 146. REQUIREMENTS WHO CAN APPLY? • Types of Beneficiaries • Startups, small & medium-sized, or slightly bigger enterprises can apply • At least two candidates form a consortium (one per type) • Service or product provider • Technology supplier • Types of activities • Technology Transfer Experiments (TTEs) • Technology development, testing and validation • TRL5 - TRL7 • 300K fund (lump sum) • 14M duration • Technology Demonstrators in I&M robotics (TDs) • Technology validation • TRL6 - TRL7 • 100K fund (lump sum) • 6M duration
  147. 147. REQUIREMENTS WHO CAN APPLY? • Multiple submissions • Possibility to submit multiple applications - participate in different micro-consortia • Multiple funds by RIMA may be received - Do not exceed 300k per entity • Project execution team might be dedicated to one project only (one project - one team). • At least two candidates form a consortium (one per type) • Service or product provider • Technology supplier • Submission system • Only proposals submitted through the Open Call submission tool at https://rima-network.fundingbox.com and within the call duration will be accepted.
  148. 148. RIMA micro-consortium Consortium Potential structure SME - Technology Supplier SME - Service or product provider SME1 SME2 SME n University Large Companies Research Institutes
  149. 149. APPLY TODAY! Submission of applications starts on 4th of September 2019 at 00:00 (CEST) Submission deadline: 19th of December 2019, 16:00 (CET). https://rima-network.fundingbox.com Contact info: aneta.galazka@fundingbox.com
  150. 150. THANK YOU rimanetwork.eu/ Dr. Sotiris Makris | Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation (LMS) makris@lms.mech.upatras.gr
  151. 151. H2020 - ICT 780265 THANK YOU!
  152. 152. ADMA initiative Accompanying manufacturing SME’s towards Factories of the Future Minna Kansola VTT 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious
  153. 153. ADMA at a glance 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious Duration 36 Months (started 06/18) Participating countries (∑ = 9) Project partners Core team Outreach & Learning network partners Communication experts Technology partners Project ownership DG GROW, through the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Companies (EASME) in Brussels Budget 2 mio € Goal Establish and operate a virtual European Advanced Manufacturing Support Centre to help SMEs assess the possibility of adopting advanced manufacturing solutions in order to transform their organisations towards next-generation factories with more competitive, modern and sustainable production. www.adma.ec
  154. 154. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious Working methods of ADMA Develop a uniform SME transformation methodology Certificate advisors through train-the- trainer sessions (Goal >100 trained advisors from different supporting organizations) Test the ADMA transformation methodology across EU Create peer-to-peer learning networks for champions (15 FoF champion learning network events) Organise a Factory of the Future showcase event
  155. 155. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious 7 Transformation Areas
  156. 156. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious T1 – Advanced Manufacturing Technologies This transformation is based on deploying state-of-the-art manufacturing devices. T2 – Digital Factory Companies use digital technology to support and transform the development of products and/or processes into physical products, systems or services. All employees are supported by digital and integrated processes
  157. 157. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious T3 – ECO Factory Companies are well attuned to the significance of the environmental impact of their activities and are constantly searching for ways to reduce the ecological footprint of their processes, products and services. T4 – End-to-End Customer Focused Engineering Manufacturing SMEs use customer expectations as the key driver and starting point for all new developments and processes.
  158. 158. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious T5 – Human Centred Organisation Employees are involved and motivated to provide top performance, through continuous/repetitive evaluation of their skills and update of their competencies through training, coaching, etc. T6 – Smart Manufacturing Smart Manufacturing can be defined as the combination of the smart use of people’s capabilities, the smart use of technology and the deployment of a (self-) learning production system. Maximum efficiency, flexibility and value creation of shopfloor people
  159. 159. 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious T7 – Value Chain Oriented Open Factory In a world of exponentially increasing technology developments and fast changing customer demands, companies need to develop their products, manufacturing processes and services with the complete value chain in mind. Co-creation expands innovative capabilities of individual companies. Factories are evolving from solo-players to networked organisations that share both risk and capital.
  160. 160. Maturity assesment 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious Each of the 7 transformation areas are being assessed separately Each transformation areas have several subtopics Every subtopic is being assessed with 5 maturity levels
  161. 161. The phases of the ADMA process 04/10/2019 VTT – beyond the obvious Phase 1 Vision & ambition Phase 2 Registration on digital portal & Factory of the Future scan SMEs can fill out their self-assessment scan on their own (quick scan) at www.adma.ec SMEs can register and fill out their self- assessment scan with the help of the advisors (in-depth scan) Phase 3 Transformation plan Advisors help SMEs with their transformation plans Phase 4 Implementation plan Coaches help SMEs with their Implementation plans Factory of the Future assessment
  162. 162. 04/10/2019 Minna Kansola minna.kansola@vtt.fi +358 40480 3420 www.vtt.fi
  163. 163. 04/10/2019 @VTTFinland @beyondtheobvious www.vtt.fi

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