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Advanced Manufacturing by Global Vision

  1. 1. Advanced Manufacturing A worldwide trend November 2013
  2. 2. Outline • • • • • Global Vision Context US initiatives European Initiatives Examples
  3. 3. Global Vision
  4. 4. Who we are • We are a multicultural, cross-domain, and international, group of R&D veterans • We are believers in open innovation
  5. 5. What we do • Using Open Innovation principles, we partner with various types of companies, from early-stage start-ups to large manufacturing firms, to:  Solve Technical Problems  Accelerate R&D – by boosting the initiation or the finalization of R&D efforts  Detect Unconventional Markets – by identifying and assessing markets outside the competence sphere of ours clients. 5
  6. 6. Our locations • California, USA Heart of Innovation • Lille, France Heart of Europe Contact: Contact: Gabriel, (734) 223 4711 Anthony, +33 (0)3 66 72 18 05
  7. 7. Some areas of expertise • • • • • • • • Energy Chemistry Plastics and Polymers Advanced Materials Biotech Big Data Modeling & Simulation Mechanical Engineering 7
  8. 8. They partnered with us Alkern is a European leader in concrete products. Aquarese is a specialist in high pressure products and processes. Jeumont Electric is a world-class pioneer in high voltage electric rotating machines and their auxiliaries. Madeco is a European leader in window blind manufacturing. Castorama is the French leader in home improvement and gardening supplies. Plage is a French innovative provider of mural decoration. Copalis is global supplier of marinebased natural ingredients to various markets. Rio Tinto is a global metal and mining corporation with $51B turnover. Decathlon is a global with $6B turnover sporting goods manufacturer and retailer. Sealock is a leading adhesives manufacturer in France and Eastern Europe. Fives DMS is the world leader for cold rolling mills for the steel industry. Fred & Fred provide innovative luxury lighting solutions to clients in France and in the USA. Wipak is a European manufacturer of films and high-end packaging solutions. Fruition Sciences is a global provider of high-tech solutions for water management in vineyards. 8
  9. 9. Context
  10. 10. Comparative advantage • Put forward by David Ricardo in 1817 • To be wealthy, countries must:  specialize in sectors where they are the best or least bad  and trade 10
  11. 11. Comparative advantage (David Ricardo, 1817) • Developing countries specialized in manufacturing • Developed countries specialized in services, R&D, etc. 11
  12. 12. U.S. manufacturing sector • Manufacturing has been declining over time as a share of U.S. GDP and employment Real GDP in 2010: $13.24 trillion 12
  13. 13. European manufacturing sector Share of manufacturing in GDP Share of manufacturing employment (in %)
  14. 14. France manufacturing sector 14 Number of employees in France’s manufacturing (in thousands) % %
  15. 15. Importance of the manufacturing sector • Services sector needs manufacturing sector to develop • R&D needs industry for guidance • Manufacturing has a strong impact on GDP Real GDP in 2010: $13.24 trillion 15
  16. 16. Importance of the manufacturing sector • Welch, McDowell County, West Virginia 1946 Today 16
  17. 17. An opportunity in the U.S.: shale gas • Price of natural gas in the US, Asia, Europe $ per BTU 17
  18. 18. Data on U.S. manufacturing • Thanks to shale gas, US industry is more competitive:    better competitiveness of existing industrial plants reshoring of US firms’ plants from developing countries location of new plants from European, Asian firms Monthly net job growth in the manufacturing sector 18
  19. 19. Advanced Manufacturing Advanced Manufacturing: Manufacturing that entails rapid transfer of science and technology (S&T) into manufacturing products and processes • Advanced Technologies or processes include:  Computer-assisted techniques (e.g., CAD, CAE, CAM, modeling, simulation, etc.)  High Performance Computing, Information Technologies  High Precision Technologies  Advanced Robotics, Automation and other intelligent production systems  Control systems to monitor processes  Sustainable and green processes and technologies  High-rate Manufacturing 19
  20. 20. Advanced Manufacturing • Building brand new, modern factories • And keeping them at the forefront of progress This used to be a brand new, modern factory 20
  21. 21. US Initiatives
  22. 22. Data on U.S. manufacturing Impact of manufacturing Real GDP in 2010: $13.24 trillion 22
  23. 23. U.S. Advanced Manufacturing “Today, I’m calling for all of us to come together… to spark a renaissance in American manufacturing and help our manufacturers develop the cutting-edge tools they need to compete with anyone in the world” “With these key investments, we can ensure that the United States remains a nation that ‘invents it here and manufactures it here’ and creates high-quality, good paying jobs for American workers.” 23
  24. 24. U.S. Advanced Manufacturing 2011 2012 2013 2014 “Build it Here, and Sell it Everywhere” Secretary of Commerce John Bryson 24
  25. 25. Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office Executive Office of the President AMNPO July 2011 Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) Advanced Manufacturing Agency leaders 25
  26. 26. Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) June 2010 The White House launched the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership • Members from industry, universities and federal government • Provide recommendations on: policy environment, innovation, talents,… • Coordinated effort via the interagency (AMNPO) 26
  27. 27. Example: Creation of 15 Institutes (1/2) • A nationwide crowd sourcing effort to gather about 900 stakeholder suggestions: “NNMI – Preliminary Design” on Jan. 16, 2013 • Total Budget $1 billion to be matched by industry • Objective: bridge the gap 27
  28. 28. Example: Creation of 15 Institutes (2/2) • Institutes on:      National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute (3D printing) Clean Energy Manufacturing Innovation Institute (power electronics devices) Lightweight and Modern Metals Manufacturing Innovation Institute Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute Etc… 28
  29. 29. Example: Smart Manufacturing Platform • Budget: $7.6M from DOE /$2.5M from industry 29
  30. 30. Example: Research in Disruptive Robots • Budget: $70 million • Funders: Space Administration, National Institutes of Health, the Department of Agriculture 30
  31. 31. Example: Education • $8 billion to train two million workers through partnerships between community colleges and industry • $70M to set up a multi-university collaborative framework for sharing educational materials and best practices related to advanced manufacturing 31
  32. 32. European Initiatives
  33. 33. Objectives of the Commission • October 2012: Communication of the European Commission regarding a Stronger European Industry for Growth and Economic Recovery • Raise industrial sector’s GDP share from 16% to 20% of GDP • 6 priority areas:       Key Enabling Technologies Bio-based products Clean Vehicles Smart Grids Sustainable Construction and Production Advanced Manufacturing Technologies for Clean Production 33
  34. 34. Factories of the Future (FP7) • Factories of the Future • Public-Private-Partnership of 1.2B Euro • Targeted areas:    New model of production systems (e.g., transformable factories, networked factories) ICT-based production systems Sustainable manufacturing tools, methodologies and processes 79 projects funded under FP7 (2009-2012) 34
  35. 35. Communication Organizations and Think Tanks • Spreading information • Collecting opinions • Proposing roadmaps • Etc… 35
  36. 36. Thank You Gabriel November 2013