Factories of the Future ICT Call 10 July - 4 December 2012

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  • Innovative Experiments of industrial robotics : Reflecting the paradigm shift towards flexible, energy-efficient, adaptable service robots. Involving first time users, application experts, innovative robotics technology suppliers, system integrators and service providers. Application scenarios well motivated under realistic manufacturing conditions and by its exploitation potential, Target key functionalities such as mobility, reconfigurability, dexterity, safety and human/robot interactions; in areas such as manufacturing, service, maintenance and repair or monitoring and control. Emphasis on SMEs from supply and demand site. Experiments to facilitate adoption of HPC-cloud-powered simulation services: Lower Barrier for novel users via a one-stop-shop for simulation services, including training, visualisation, analytics. Up-dating and porting simulation code of tool vendors to cloud-based infrastructure and services HPC resource providers to build an operational prototype of a commercial and sustainable cloud of HPC resources. Value chain (1) first time users from the manufacturing domain especially SMEs, (2) SW vendors and tool providers, (3) HPC cloud resource and service providers.
  • Factories of the Future ICT Call 10 July - 4 December 2012

    1. 1. FP7-ICT NCP Meeting Brussels, 18-19 June 2012 The Factories of the Future Calls in ICT WP2013. Objectives 7.1 and 7.2 Dr Erastos Filos ICT Programme Coordinator “Factories of the Future”FoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    2. 2. Manufacturing – the Heartbeat of Europe’s Economy • 17% of GDP • 22 million of jobs • 20% of direct jobs • twice as many indirect jobs • 66% of private R&D investment • 28% of final energy consumption • part of a complex global economic systemFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    3. 3. Manufacturing: A Large Potential for Productivity Gains • Process & product innovation (e.g. ICT, automation) • Outsourcing of non-core activities (e.g. logistics, ICT services, facility management) 1995-2007 46 % increase in manufacturing productivity compared to 20 % economy-wide productivity increaseFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    4. 4. Economic Crisis Effects in the EU • 20 % overall decline of manufacturing output • 10 % less manufacturing jobs • 20-30 % decrease in output of technology-intensive investment goodsFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    5. 5. Factories of the Future: An Industry-driven Programme • Started in late 2008 • Public-private partnership • € 1.2 bn budget (50% public) • 4 years: 2009-2013 – annual competitions • Industry sets priorities – evaluation & selection process under FP7 rulesFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    6. 6. Objective: Industrial Competitiveness Supply side Technology/manufacturing equipment suppliers to gain market share: • Automation/industrial robotics & laser technology solutions for factory environments • Product/production design tools (eg software for modelling, simulation, visualisation) • Enterprise/supply-chain management tools ICT Demand side European industrial end users: • To integrate latest technology into their production environments • To develop new competencies (knowledge, organisation, skills, business models) • To use technologies that enable energy-efficient and “waste-less” productionFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    7. 7. FoF Multi-Annual Roadmap 2010-2013 Sub-Domains: 1. Sustainable Manufacturing 2. ICT-enabled intelligent manufacturing 3. High-performance manufacturing 4. Exploiting new materials through manufacturing http://ec.europa.eu/research/industrial_technologies/pdf/ppp-factories-of-the-future- strategic-multiannual-roadmap-info-day_en.pdfFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    8. 8. Factories of the Future: ICT Vision Smart Factories: Factory productivity • Goal: More automation, better control & • Less waste optimisation of factory processes • Less energy use • Means: • Faster time-to-market Software, lasers & intelligent devices • Better quality embedded in machines & factory infrastructureSensors, Virtual Factories:Tags Supply-chain productivity data – Goal: Product PLM server To manage supply chains; to create • High-value products data info advice value by integrating products & services • Keep jobs in Europe info Info request – Means: • Process transparency PLM agent Software to holistically interconnect • IPR security (reader) & manage distributed factory assets; • Lower CO2 footprint new business models & value propositions Digital Factories: Design productivity – Goal: • Reduce design errors To “see” the product before it is produced • Better & efficient products – Means: • Less waste + rework Software for the digital representation & • Faster time-to-market test of products & processes prior to their manufacture & use FoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    9. 9. FoF ICT Calls Overview 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Policies H2020 proposal end ’11 MAFF H2020 launch Jun ’11 early ’14 2009 2010 2011 2012 FP7 Calls Virtual Digital 10 Jul – 4 Dec 2012 Factories Factories FoF Use 9 July – 2 Dec 2010 Experiments (45 M€) (35 M€) 70 M€ 20 Jul – 1 Dec 2011 Smart Manuf. Smart Factories solutions Total ICT Factories 245 M€ for new ICT July ’09 – products Nov. ‘09 Obj. 7.1 Obj. 7.2 (40 M€) (20 M€)FoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    10. 10. Country Participation in First 3 FoF ICT Calls Selected projects (total €175 million) 2009 - 2011 ICT Calls Turkey Portugal Spain Sweden Switzerland 1% 1% 9% 2% 4% Norway United Kingdom 2% 7% Belgium Netherlands Austria 2% 4% 3% Czech Republic 2% Denmark Italy 1% Finland 12% 3% France 5% Israel 1% Ireland 2% Greece 4% GermanyFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12 36%
    11. 11. Participation per Organisation Type Funding share per organisation type 2009 - 2011 FoF ICT Calls 70 160 60 140 120 Number of participants 50 100 (€ million) 40 80 30 60 22% 21% 35% 20% 20 40 10 20 1% 0 0 HES Research Large industry SMEs Other organisations Funding (€ million) No of participantsFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    12. 12. FoF-ICT Calls Experience after 3 Calls & 36 Launched Projects 2011 Call • 40 M€ FoF is: • 10 projects - of shorter term scope - Attractive to industry 2009 Call • 35 M€ - SME-friendly • 8 projects Smart Factories Manufacturing of new ICT products 2011 Call Virtual ICT Digital • 20 M€ 2010 Call Factories Factories 2010 Call • 2 projects • 45 M€ • 35 M€ • 10 projects • 8 projectsFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    13. 13. Horizon 2020: Moving beyond R&DFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    14. 14. Last Call FP7 Work Programme 2013 (ICT) • Mainly ICT Use Experiments (2 types): • Application experiments (SME users) • Equipment assessments (SME suppliers) • 4 Thematic Areas: • Robot solutions for new manufacturing applications • Simulation services for engineering & manufacturing • Intelligent equipment in custom manufacturing and/or re- manufacturing • Innovative laser applications in manufacturing • How: • IPs coordinated by R&D institutes or industry associations: launching open calls • IP size: up to 16 M€, 3-4 years duration • Individual experiments: 200-500 k€ (around 18 months duration) • Budget: • 70 M€FoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    15. 15. What’s proposed for WP2013 • Objective 7.1: Application Experiments a) Robot solutions for new manufacturing applications (IPs) b) Simulation services for engineering and manufacturing (IPs) c) Constituency building and road-mapping (CSA) • Objective 7.2: Equipment Assessment a) Intelligent equipment in custom and/or re-manufacturing (IPs) b) Innovative laser applications in manufacturing (IPs) c) Establish network of innovation multipliers (CSA) d) Rapid build-up of new manufacturing skills (CSA) Budget: 70 M€FoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    16. 16. Objective 7.1: Application Experiments for Robotics & Simulation Application experiments focus on: a) Robot solutions for novel SME users (IPs) • Reflecting industrial robotics paradigm shift: Towards more flexible, energy-efficient & adaptable service robots • Key functionalities: Mobility, reconfigurability, dexterity, safety in human-robot interaction • Innovative: integration of new materials, advanced sensors, controls • Under realistic conditions (manufacturing environments) b) Simulation services for engineering and manufacturing SMEs (IPs) • SME users showcase the customisation & adoption of HPC-cloud-powered simulation services • Innovation: (1) one-stop-shop access to novel simulation technologies; (2) ISVs port applications to cloud & run experiments; (3) HPC resource & service providers join forces to establish sustainable commercial cloud c) Constituency building & road-mapping (CSA) Build R&D constituencies & develop research and innovation agendas in: • Analytics, simulation and forecastingFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12 • Architectures & services for the manufacturing enterprises of the future
    17. 17. Bringing HPC-Cloud-based simulation services to the fingertip of engineering/manufacturing SMEs User n User n User n User 1 User 2 User 1 User 2 User 1 User 2 SME first-time users … … … of simulation codes Application experts Provider(s) Provider(s) Provider(s) Established simulation code providers Cloud and parallelisation experts ISV ISV … ISV Service Service Commercial cloud Service providers HPC resource providers Pan-European «Cloud» of HPC ResourcesFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    18. 18. Objective 7.2: Equipment Assessments for Sensor- & Laser-based Applications Equipment assessments focus on: a) Intelligent equipment solutions in custom manufacturing and/or re- manufacturing (IPs) • For (SME) suppliers of sensor-/actuator-based monitoring & control equipment • Application areas: (1) Small volume/small lot size customisation; (2) end-of-life manufacturing operations (e.g. dismantling, recycling, material reuse) b) Innovative laser applications in manufacturing (IPs) • For (SME) suppliers of laser-based manufacturing equipment (e.g. laser, power supplies, handling tools, beam guiding etc.) • Assessments should target improvements in quality, speed, flexibility & resource use efficiency of laser-based manufacturing c) Network of innovation multipliers (CSA) • Across all take-up projects that will be launched under this call in 7.1 and 7.2 aiming at broad technological, application, innovation & regional coverage d) Rapid build-up of new manufacturing skills (CSA) • Training methodologies & ICT-based tools to attract young talents in engineering & manufacturingFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12
    19. 19. Thank you FoF on Cordis: http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/micro-nanosystems/ict-for- fof_en.html Objective Coordinator 7.1: Rolf Riemenschneider: rolf.riemenschneider@ec.europa.eu Objective Coordinator 7.2: Erastos Filos: erastos.filos@ec.europa.euFoF-WP2013-NCPs_19Jun12

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