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Implementation of Digital Manufacturing Strategies

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Implementation of Digital Manufacturing Strategies

  1. 1. Implementation of Digital Manufacturing Strategies Dr. Lina Huertas, CEng Head of Technology Strategy for Digital Manufacturing June 6th 2017, RECODE, London
  2. 2. DIGITAL MANUFACTURING STRATEGIES  Technology enables business improvement, disruptive change and innovation. However, every new manufacturing strategy must be driven by value.  Collaboration during the implementation of a new manufacturing strategy is key. The role of HVM Catapult is to help overcome barriers associated with the industrialisation of new technologies.
  3. 3. Exploiting intelligent technologies to enable smart factories
  4. 4. Seamless connectivity to unlock the potential of data
  5. 5. Autonomous factories to transform the role of humans
  6. 6. New business models for manufacturing and technology
  7. 7. VALUE DRIVEN MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES  A digital transformation journey must be defined and delineated on the basis of value creation.
  8. 8. Barriers to Industrial Digitalisation Lack of Information and Awareness Lack of Investment Capacity Lack of Fit / Adoption Lack of Time Lack of Expertise Adopted from: Overcoming Barriers to Technology Adoption in Small Manufacturing Enterprises (SMEs), Carnegie Mellon, 2003 Developing e-infrastructure in the UK’s Engineering and Manufacturing Industries, E-Science Leadership Council, 2012
  9. 9. Lack of Information and Awareness Digital Diagnostics and Audit ICT Technology Strategy Value extracted from data Digitalisation
  10. 10. Lack of Investment Capacity Simulation Based Business Cases Funding
  11. 11. Lack of Fit / Adoption Technology Selection and Benchmarking ProfiBus CANopen ModBus CC-Link DeviceNet ControlNet AS-I InterBus Version DP-V2 (2002) CiA 301 (2011) 2000 V 1.1/ 2.0 Version available in June 2016 1.0 3.0 (2005/2007) 1987 Protocol flexibility (numberof manufacturers supporting it) High=9 Medium=3 Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 NO Low=1 Dataspeed Real-time=9 Cyclic=6 Daily=3 >Daily=1 Real -Time Real-time =9 Real -Time Real-time =9 Cyclic Cyclic=6 Cyclic Cyclic=6 Real -Time Real-time =9 Cyclic Cyclic=6 Cyclic Cyclic=6 Cyclic Cyclic=6 Datavolume High=9 Medium=3 Low=1 9.6Kbit/s - 12Mbit/s Low=1- High =9 10Kbit/s - 1Mbit/s Low=1- High =9 9.6, 19.2, 38.4, 57.6 and 115.2 Kbit/s Low=1- Medium=3 156Kbit/s - 10Mbit/s Medium=3- High =9 125Kbit/s - 500Kbit/s Medium=3 5Mbit/s High =9 167Kbit/s Low=1 500Kbit/s - 2Mbit/s Medium=3- High =9 Running costs Low=9 Medium=3 High=1 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Standard maintenance Low=9 Infrastructure requirements: coppercables with shelding in parenthesis Minimal=9 Basic=3 Advanced=1 2(3) / 10 Minimal =9- Advanced =1 4(5) Basic=3 2(3) Minimal =9 3(4) / 5(6) Basic=3 5(6) Basic=3 2(3) Minimal =9 2(3) Minimal =9 5(6) / 10 Basic=3- Advanced =1 Scalability (max nodes/stations) High=9 Medium=3 Low=1 126 Medium=3 127 Medium=3 247 High =9 64 Low=1 64 Low=1 99 Medium=3 62 Low=1 512 High =9 Digital Demonstrators
  12. 12. Lack of Expertise Training and Skilled ResourcesServices
  13. 13. Lack of Time
  14. 14. Contact details: Lina Huertas Head of Technology Strategy for Digital Manufacturing M: +44 (0) 7972 195 093 E: Lina.Huertas@the-mtc.org; @Lina_A_Huertas, #MTCDigital

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