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INNOVATION by
SOMEWHERE, SOMEBODY
ALREADY SOLVED YOUR PROBLEM
To accelerate the innovation process of technology
driven companies by providing solutions through a
synergy of multidisci...
OPEN INNOVATION NETWORK 3
WORKSHOPMARKET DEVELOPMENTPROBLEM SOLVINGINNOVATION
SOLUTIONS 4
CONSULTING
TRAINING
SOFTWARE
RESOURCES
CONSULTING 5
SUCCESS STORIES
CONSULTING 6
Solving any (technical) problem
PROBLEM SOLVING 7
Developing the next generation of a product, process or service
INNOVATION STUDY 8
Mapping new markets and applications for existing products,
technologies or processes.
MARKET DEVELOPMENT 9
WHAT IS INNOVATION?
To innovate: to make changes in something established,
especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products
Innovatio...
SOLUTIONS 12
CONSULTING
TRAINING
SOFTWARE
1
3
2
What values do we want? What resources do we have?
Where to look for inspiration? If we change, do we gain?
4
CREAX ...
1
3
2
What values do we want? What resources do we have?
Where to look for inspiration? If we change, do we gain?
4
CREAX ...
DNA
HOLLOW
CONICAL
BRITTLE
RIGID
ROUND
SURFACE
TRANSPARENT
FLAT (BOTTOM)
TO HOLD LIQUID
TO NEST
TO BREAK
TO KEEP SHAPE
TO ...
DESCRIBE A IN WORDS
PRODUCT DNA 16
FUNCTIONS VS SOLUTIONS 17
FUNCTIONS STAY, SOLUTIONS CHANGE
DNA
COMPARISON TO
SIMILAR DNA
ANALOGY
PRODUCT DNA 18
PROPERTY - FUNCTION 19
PROPERTY - FUNCTION 20
INSPIRATION FROM PATENTS
505 unique patents on Tea Bags
21
UNCLE BEN’S RICE BAG 22
MORE INSPIRATION 23
OTHER
DOMAINS
FUNCTIONS
PROPERTIES
porous
SUBJECT
to contain
DNA ANALOGY
a glass
24
OTHER
DOMAINS
FUNCTIONS
PROPERTIES
A GLASS OF WATER 25
porous
rigid
brittle
transparent
round
surface
to hold
to indicate
...
1
3
2
What values do we want? What resources do we have?
Where to look for inspiration? If we change, do we gain?
4
CREAX ...
DNA
COMPARISON TO
SIMILAR DNA
VARIATION OF
PROPERTIES
ANALOGY VARIATION
PRODUCT DNA 27
Porosity Shape
To contain
To stabilize
To inspect
To hold
To insulate
Transparency Surface
FUNCTION
PROPERTY
VARIATION OF ...
DNA VARIATION, EXERCISE 30
STATE 31
Liquid snow chains
to grip
Pancake spray
to cook
Solid Liquid Gas
STATE 32
Field
Inductive pad
to charge
Laser spark plugs
to ignite
Bone conduction, Dresden war memorial
to disperse
PULSATION
SUPERGLASS
33
Vibrating mascara
to apply
Continuous action Pul...
Solid Segmented solid Solid powder
FRAGMENTATION 34
Segmented label
to take with you
Segmented cooking pot
to save
SURFACE 35
Finned cup
to crush
Dimpled ball
to glide
Smooth surface 2D protrusions 3D protrusions
POROSITY 36
Perforated lid
To pour
Hollow foam
to insulate
Solid Hollow Multiple hollow
AUTOMATION 37
Self teaching thermostat
to control
Stone brick printer
to pave streets
Human + semi
automated tool
Fully
au...
SHAPE 38
Chewing gum container
to fit
Double function Ketchup packet
to dip & squeeze
Axi symmetric Fully 3DPlane
TRANSPARENCY 39
Bird-Protection glass
to detect
Opaque construction Partially transparent Transparent
Transparent Post-it
...
COLOUR 40
No use of
colour
Binary use of
colour
Full spectrum
use of colour
Colour changing shirt
to detect
Camouflaged sa...
COORDINATION 41
Soap with ink marking
to clean
Seasoning inside shotgun shell
to flavor
Coordinated
action
Action during
i...
FLEXIBILITY 42
Immobile Multiple joints Completely flexible
Flexible car
to deform
Foldable boat
to transport
SENSES 43
One Sense Two Sense Many Senses
Whiskey smoking chips
to flavour
Touch screens with touch
to feel
INTEGRATION 44
Wetsuit with life jacket
To float
keybrid
to connect
Mono system Bi system Poly system
COMPONENTS 45
Similar components Different componentsComponent and
negative component
Philips fl starters
to remove/instal...
MARKET 46
Paris bike rental service
to transport
Coca cola custom soda fountain
to purify
Product ExperienceService
INFORMATION 47Control trhough
intermediary
Addition of
feedback
Direct
control
Colour changing label
to indicate freshness...
SYMMETRY 48
Symmetrical system Partial asymmetry Matched asymmetry
A twisted wrench
to grip
Brush with paint can hook
to h...
FIBRES 49
Phase changing textile
to absorb heat
Concrete canvas
to strengthen
Homogenous sheet 2D regular mesh Active elem...
DNA VARIATION: SERVICE 50
Solid Segmented solid Solid powder
FRAGMENTATION 51
Islamic Barbie doll
Movie night for ladies
Single (parent) vacations
C...
AUTOMATION 52
Self-register
Human + semi
automated tool
Fully
automated tool
Human
iTunes Genius function
TRANSPARENCY 53
IKEA facts & numbers
Opaque construction Partially transparent Transparent
FLEXIBILITY 54
Immobile Multiple joints Completely flexible
Personalized shoes Personalized furniture
INTEGRATION 55
Social media
Mono system PolysystemBi system
SENSES 56
Aroma marketing“Mood sensing”
software
One sense Many sensesTwo senses
EXPERIENCE 57
Experience coupons
Product ExperienceService
INFORMATION 58Control trhough
intermediary
Addition of
feedback
Direct
control
Tracing packages Active radar alert
SOLUTIONS 59
CONSULTING
TRAINING
SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE 60
THE PATENT DATABASE AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
A FOR INNOVATION
CREATIVE THINKING: COMMITMENTS 62
Alex Osborn
1. Postponement of judgment
2. Quantity breeds quality
3. Hitchhiking
4. Fre...
WWW.CREAX.COM
Pieter Van Lancker
Innovation Trainer
Innovation Engineer
pvl@creax.com
Engelse wandeling 2f
8500 Kortrijk (...
Creax ocwest 27062013
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  1. 1. INNOVATION by SOMEWHERE, SOMEBODY ALREADY SOLVED YOUR PROBLEM
  2. 2. To accelerate the innovation process of technology driven companies by providing solutions through a synergy of multidisciplinary skills, our systematic methodology and cross-industry learning. MISSION 2
  3. 3. OPEN INNOVATION NETWORK 3 WORKSHOPMARKET DEVELOPMENTPROBLEM SOLVINGINNOVATION
  4. 4. SOLUTIONS 4 CONSULTING TRAINING SOFTWARE
  5. 5. RESOURCES CONSULTING 5
  6. 6. SUCCESS STORIES CONSULTING 6
  7. 7. Solving any (technical) problem PROBLEM SOLVING 7
  8. 8. Developing the next generation of a product, process or service INNOVATION STUDY 8
  9. 9. Mapping new markets and applications for existing products, technologies or processes. MARKET DEVELOPMENT 9
  10. 10. WHAT IS INNOVATION?
  11. 11. To innovate: to make changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas, or products Innovation is the development of new values through solutions that meet new requirements, inarticulate needs, or old customer and market needs in value adding new ways. Innovation: an improvement to something already existing.
  12. 12. SOLUTIONS 12 CONSULTING TRAINING SOFTWARE
  13. 13. 1 3 2 What values do we want? What resources do we have? Where to look for inspiration? If we change, do we gain? 4 CREAX METHODOLOGY
  14. 14. 1 3 2 What values do we want? What resources do we have? Where to look for inspiration? If we change, do we gain? 4 CREAX METHODOLOGY
  15. 15. DNA HOLLOW CONICAL BRITTLE RIGID ROUND SURFACE TRANSPARENT FLAT (BOTTOM) TO HOLD LIQUID TO NEST TO BREAK TO KEEP SHAPE TO HOLD TO GRIP TO INDICATE TO STAND PROPERTIES FUNCTIONS PRODUCT DNA 15
  16. 16. DESCRIBE A IN WORDS PRODUCT DNA 16
  17. 17. FUNCTIONS VS SOLUTIONS 17 FUNCTIONS STAY, SOLUTIONS CHANGE
  18. 18. DNA COMPARISON TO SIMILAR DNA ANALOGY PRODUCT DNA 18
  19. 19. PROPERTY - FUNCTION 19
  20. 20. PROPERTY - FUNCTION 20
  21. 21. INSPIRATION FROM PATENTS 505 unique patents on Tea Bags 21
  22. 22. UNCLE BEN’S RICE BAG 22
  23. 23. MORE INSPIRATION 23
  24. 24. OTHER DOMAINS FUNCTIONS PROPERTIES porous SUBJECT to contain DNA ANALOGY a glass 24
  25. 25. OTHER DOMAINS FUNCTIONS PROPERTIES A GLASS OF WATER 25 porous rigid brittle transparent round surface to hold to indicate to contain to nest conical to grip to stand to heat to clean
  26. 26. 1 3 2 What values do we want? What resources do we have? Where to look for inspiration? If we change, do we gain? 4 CREAX METHODOLOGY
  27. 27. DNA COMPARISON TO SIMILAR DNA VARIATION OF PROPERTIES ANALOGY VARIATION PRODUCT DNA 27
  28. 28. Porosity Shape To contain To stabilize To inspect To hold To insulate Transparency Surface FUNCTION PROPERTY VARIATION OF PROPERTIES 29
  29. 29. DNA VARIATION, EXERCISE 30
  30. 30. STATE 31 Liquid snow chains to grip Pancake spray to cook Solid Liquid Gas
  31. 31. STATE 32 Field Inductive pad to charge Laser spark plugs to ignite
  32. 32. Bone conduction, Dresden war memorial to disperse PULSATION SUPERGLASS 33 Vibrating mascara to apply Continuous action Pulsating action Resonance mode
  33. 33. Solid Segmented solid Solid powder FRAGMENTATION 34 Segmented label to take with you Segmented cooking pot to save
  34. 34. SURFACE 35 Finned cup to crush Dimpled ball to glide Smooth surface 2D protrusions 3D protrusions
  35. 35. POROSITY 36 Perforated lid To pour Hollow foam to insulate Solid Hollow Multiple hollow
  36. 36. AUTOMATION 37 Self teaching thermostat to control Stone brick printer to pave streets Human + semi automated tool Fully automated tool Human
  37. 37. SHAPE 38 Chewing gum container to fit Double function Ketchup packet to dip & squeeze Axi symmetric Fully 3DPlane
  38. 38. TRANSPARENCY 39 Bird-Protection glass to detect Opaque construction Partially transparent Transparent Transparent Post-it to indicate
  39. 39. COLOUR 40 No use of colour Binary use of colour Full spectrum use of colour Colour changing shirt to detect Camouflaged satellite dish to hide
  40. 40. COORDINATION 41 Soap with ink marking to clean Seasoning inside shotgun shell to flavor Coordinated action Action during intervals Non- coordinated action
  41. 41. FLEXIBILITY 42 Immobile Multiple joints Completely flexible Flexible car to deform Foldable boat to transport
  42. 42. SENSES 43 One Sense Two Sense Many Senses Whiskey smoking chips to flavour Touch screens with touch to feel
  43. 43. INTEGRATION 44 Wetsuit with life jacket To float keybrid to connect Mono system Bi system Poly system
  44. 44. COMPONENTS 45 Similar components Different componentsComponent and negative component Philips fl starters to remove/install Adjustable hot sauce to vary
  45. 45. MARKET 46 Paris bike rental service to transport Coca cola custom soda fountain to purify Product ExperienceService
  46. 46. INFORMATION 47Control trhough intermediary Addition of feedback Direct control Colour changing label to indicate freshness Egg-perfect timer to indicate temperature
  47. 47. SYMMETRY 48 Symmetrical system Partial asymmetry Matched asymmetry A twisted wrench to grip Brush with paint can hook to hang
  48. 48. FIBRES 49 Phase changing textile to absorb heat Concrete canvas to strengthen Homogenous sheet 2D regular mesh Active elements
  49. 49. DNA VARIATION: SERVICE 50
  50. 50. Solid Segmented solid Solid powder FRAGMENTATION 51 Islamic Barbie doll Movie night for ladies Single (parent) vacations Car sharing
  51. 51. AUTOMATION 52 Self-register Human + semi automated tool Fully automated tool Human iTunes Genius function
  52. 52. TRANSPARENCY 53 IKEA facts & numbers Opaque construction Partially transparent Transparent
  53. 53. FLEXIBILITY 54 Immobile Multiple joints Completely flexible Personalized shoes Personalized furniture
  54. 54. INTEGRATION 55 Social media Mono system PolysystemBi system
  55. 55. SENSES 56 Aroma marketing“Mood sensing” software One sense Many sensesTwo senses
  56. 56. EXPERIENCE 57 Experience coupons Product ExperienceService
  57. 57. INFORMATION 58Control trhough intermediary Addition of feedback Direct control Tracing packages Active radar alert
  58. 58. SOLUTIONS 59 CONSULTING TRAINING SOFTWARE
  59. 59. SOFTWARE 60 THE PATENT DATABASE AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
  60. 60. A FOR INNOVATION
  61. 61. CREATIVE THINKING: COMMITMENTS 62 Alex Osborn 1. Postponement of judgment 2. Quantity breeds quality 3. Hitchhiking 4. Freewheeling
  62. 62. WWW.CREAX.COM Pieter Van Lancker Innovation Trainer Innovation Engineer pvl@creax.com Engelse wandeling 2f 8500 Kortrijk (be) + 3 2 5 6 2 3 9 4 9 4 info@creax.com

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