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    1. 1. Partners in <br />Open Innovation <br />Open Innovation Overview<br />
    2. 2. What is Open Innovation?<br /><ul><li>Combining internal and external ideas and paths to market and advance the development of new technologies
    3. 3. Make use of external ideas & technologies
    4. 4. Internal inventions not being used should be taken outside</li></ul>Not all good ideas are developed within a company, and not all ideas should be further developed within the firm's own boundaries. <br />
    5. 5. Why now?<br />Causes:<br /><ul><li>Increasing availability & mobility of skilled workers
    6. 6. Growth of VC market </li></ul>Effects:<br /><ul><li>Knowledge no longer proprietary
    7. 7. If a company doesn’t use it, then someone else will
    8. 8. External options for ideas sitting on shelf
    9. 9. Increasing capability of external firms
    10. 10. Reduced internal capabilities for product development</li></li></ul><li>Open Innovation Principles<br />
    11. 11. Benefits of Open Innovation<br />
    12. 12. Is Open Innovation right for me?<br /><ul><li>Lack of expertise in new technical area
    13. 13. Resource shortage
    14. 14. New product competition
    15. 15. Slow and/or poor results from internal invention processes
    16. 16. Need for disruptive new technologies
    17. 17. Need to expand into new markets & areas</li></li></ul><li>Hurdles to Open Innovation<br /><ul><li>“Not Invented Here” syndrome
    18. 18. Poor management endorsement & focus
    19. 19. Lack of process for leveraging outside resources
    20. 20. IP rights concerns
    21. 21. Over-constraining outside resources to stay within “narrow boxes”
    22. 22. Gaining critical mass & dedicated internal manpower to manage & implement open innovation
    23. 23. Effort to manage cooperation with external partners</li></li></ul><li>Recommended Steps<br /><ul><li>Create plan & scope of how to implement Open Innovation
    24. 24. Gain management endorsement
    25. 25. Assign principal point of contact
    26. 26. Characterize problem or technical area for Open Innovation
    27. 27. Identify candidate organizations for partnership
    28. 28. Collaborate to develop relationship & work plan
    29. 29. Manage through deliverables, schedules, and stage gates</li></li></ul><li>What to look for in Open Innovation Partner<br /><ul><li>Capabilities & expertise not possessed in house
    30. 30. Technical depth in targeted areas
    31. 31. Sound management practices
    32. 32. Lean, agile organization
    33. 33. Efficient
    34. 34. Strong collaboration and communication abilities
    35. 35. Ability to meet internal quality standards</li></li></ul><li>References<br /><ul><li>Open Innovation: The New Imperative for Creating and Profiting from Technology by Henry Chesbrough
    36. 36. http://www.openinnovation.eu/openinnovatie.php
    37. 37. http://www.innovationtools.com/PDF/open-innovation-nerac.pdf
    38. 38. http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/48/35/41721342.pdf</li></li></ul><li>Company Overview<br />
    39. 39. We find and apply technology to create breakthrough new products <br /><ul><li>Maximize a new product’s chance of success in the market
    40. 40. Minimize the cost & time necessary to take breakthrough technologies & products to market
    41. 41. Augment the capabilities & performance of our customer organizations</li></ul>Mission Statement<br />
    42. 42. What is<br />?<br />
    43. 43. Track Record<br /><ul><li>20+ Patents
    44. 44. 100+ projects
    45. 45. 2 spinoff companies
    46. 46. 4 Partnerships
    47. 47. 3 Technology Innovation Awards
    48. 48. 150+ years of product development experience</li></li></ul><li>“Menu” of Services<br />Ideation<br />Applied Research<br />Product Development<br />Engineering<br />Prototyping Manufacturing<br />Testing and Validation<br />
    49. 49. Stage gate development process<br />Phase 0<br /><ul><li>Preliminary market & technical investigations
    50. 50. Develop problem statement
    51. 51. Develop work plan</li></ul> - Concrete tasks, deliverables, budget, timeline<br /> - Management & reporting procedures<br />Phase 1<br /><ul><li>Perform work</li></ul> - Apply technical & management expertise to quickly and cost effectively reach goals<br />- Regular progress reports & collaboration<br /><ul><li>Complete phase</li></ul> - Final report and/or presentation<br /> - Stage gate – go/no-go decision<br />- Phase 2 proposal<br />
    52. 52. Example Projects<br />
    53. 53. Active Water Sciences, LLC<br />BrownlineMetalworks, LLCDigital Torque Wrench<br />Commercialization<br />
    54. 54. Satisfied Customers<br />
    55. 55. Technology Investigation<br />Case Study: Custom Electromagnetic System<br />Brainstorming<br /><ul><li>Customer had problems with creating effective solution
    56. 56. Custom electromagnetic system to perform work
    57. 57. Tight environmental, power, and spatial constraints
    58. 58. High reliability
    59. 59. Compacted development time
    60. 60. PCD involved from problem statement to production ramp-up</li></ul>Solution refinement<br />Full scale design and test<br />Design optimization<br />Production ramp-up<br />
    61. 61. Technology Investigation<br />
    62. 62. Brainstorming<br />
    63. 63. Solution refinement<br />
    64. 64. Prototype design & Construction<br />
    65. 65. Return on Investment<br /><ul><li>Proprietary & patented new electromagnetic system
    66. 66. Provides over 250 lbs of force
    67. 67. Minimal size, power consumption, and failure modes</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Cross-industry knowledge base
    68. 68. Significant depth in targeted areas
    69. 69. Network of experts
    70. 70. Value delivered in all stages of development cycle
    71. 71. Time and cost savings</li></ul>What our customers like…<br />“You solve problems that nobody else can”<br /> --James Wardlaw<br />NPD Manager, Ingersoll Rand<br />
    72. 72. Technical Areas of Focus<br /><ul><li>Electromagnetics</li></ul>- Custom motor design<br /><ul><li>Control systems
    73. 73. Materials</li></ul>- Nanotechnology<br />- Carbon fiber<br />- Shape memory alloys<br /><ul><li>Optics
    74. 74. Sensors
    75. 75. Thermodynamics
    76. 76. Design analysis</li></ul>- FEA<br />- Multiphysics<br />- CFD<br />- Mathematical modeling<br /><ul><li>Manufacturing
    77. 77. Fluidics
    78. 78. Microbiology</li></li></ul><li>
    79. 79. THE PCD Management Team<br />Donna Rainone, M. Arch. Architecture <br /> Mike Rainone, M.S., Psychology , M. Arch. Architecture <br /> Tom Crippen, Ph.D, Mechanical Engineer<br />Kenneth Wilson, Ph.D., Materials Science<br />Dee German, Ph.D., Optical Physics<br /> Bert Sackett, M.S., Electrical Engineer<br /> Joe Comparetto, M.S., Electrical Engineer<br /> Phillip Grisham, M.S., Mechanical Engineer<br /> Mike Jou, B.A., Industrial Design<br /> Talbot Presley, B.S., Mathematics<br /> Dave Carton, B.S., Mechanical Engineer, Chemistry<br /> Clint Thompson, Master Prototyper<br /> Alex Walls, B.S. Biology<br />Louise Rainone, B.A. Media Production<br />
    80. 80. Where in the World is <br /><ul><li>65-acre campus in East Texas pine forest
    81. 81. Perfect for distraction-free brainstorming
    82. 82. 20,000 SF of laboratory and office space
    83. 83. Main laboratory
    84. 84. Prototype lab
    85. 85. Brainstorming studio
    86. 86. Main house
    87. 87. Guest house
    88. 88. Workout facility</li></li></ul><li>PCDworks…<br />Your partner in Open Innovation<br />
    89. 89. Services Detail<br />
    90. 90. Ideation<br /><ul><li>Proven process
    91. 91. Cross discipline teams of client, PCDworks and 3rd party experts
    92. 92. Generate large number of high quality concepts
    93. 93. Refine best concepts to workable designs
    94. 94. Optional: Test designs within same session </li></li></ul><li>Electrical Engineering<br /><ul><li>Modeling and analysis
    95. 95. Electronic design and simulation
    96. 96. Embedded software development
    97. 97. PCB design and rapid prototyping
    98. 98. Wireless sensor design, mote design and programming
    99. 99. Analytical modeling and software development
    100. 100. Web applications</li></li></ul><li>Mechanical Engineering<br /><ul><li>Analytical modeling
    101. 101. 3D modeling
    102. 102. FEA and multi-physics analysis
    103. 103. Component sourcing
    104. 104. Design for manufacturing
    105. 105. Simulation and testing
    106. 106. FMEA
    107. 107. Manufacturing oversight</li></li></ul><li>Nanotechnology -<br />Experience and Capabilities<br /><ul><li>Metal Matrix Composite Carbon Nanotubes Reinforcement with: Ti, Al, Cu, Ni and Fe
    108. 108. Polymer Carbon Fiber Composite Design & Fabrication
    109. 109. Material Identification – Spectroscopy</li></ul>Laser Diode Identification<br /><ul><li>Nano Metal Composites for use in cer-mets
    110. 110. Electroless plating metallic nano coatings
    111. 111. Theoretical modeling of Electron Microscopy</li></li></ul><li>Sensor Design Experience and Expertise<br />Custom Systems previously developed at PCD<br /><ul><li>MEMS flow sensor
    112. 112. Microbolometers
    113. 113. Vision Systems and Optical Sensors
    114. 114. Fiber Bragg Grating Systems
    115. 115. Inexpensive Spectroscopy
    116. 116. Microfluidic Sensors
    117. 117. Chemical Measurement
    118. 118. Linear & Rotary Position Sensors
    119. 119. Torque Sensors</li></ul>Other Sensing Platforms Used/Applied at PCD<br /><ul><li>Load cells for Stress Analysis
    120. 120. LAbVIEW Instrumentation and Controls
    121. 121. Fluid & Air Flow Sensors
    122. 122. Magnetic Sensors
    123. 123. Etc. </li></li></ul><li>Research and Development<br /><ul><li>Optical Circuit design, fabrication and testing
    124. 124. Medical product development and testing
    125. 125. Biological cultures and sterilization
    126. 126. Custom bacteria development
    127. 127. High performance materials development, construction and testing</li></li></ul><li>Technology Research<br /><ul><li>In-house database of useful technologies
    128. 128. Technology scanning
    129. 129. Targeted research
    130. 130. Analysis and feasibility studies</li></li></ul><li>Testing and Validation<br /><ul><li>LabVIEWdata acquisition stations
    131. 131. Mechanical
    132. 132. Force & torque
    133. 133. Velocity & acceleration
    134. 134. Temperature
    135. 135. Flow
    136. 136. Strength of materials
    137. 137. Electrical
    138. 138. Efficiency
    139. 139. Power consumption
    140. 140. Voltage and current draw</li></li></ul><li>Motor Development<br /><ul><li>Analytical modeling and custom motor specification
    141. 141. Magnetic flux analysis and optimization
    142. 142. Custom manufacturing
    143. 143. Testing and validation
    144. 144. Access to high performance proprietary BLDC motor design</li></li></ul><li>Prototyping<br /><ul><li>CNC mills and routers
    145. 145. Molding, casting and vacuum forming
    146. 146. Product visualization
    147. 147. Custom test fixtures
    148. 148. Field-ready prototypes</li>

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