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Recode Symposium Introduction

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Fiona Charnley - Cranfield University

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Recode Symposium Introduction

  1. 1. EPSRC-ESRC Network for Re-Distributed Manufacturing, Consumer Goods and Big Data International Symposium 5th – 6th June 2017 Dr Fiona Charnley @RECODE_Networkwww.recode-network.com
  2. 2. Building sustainable local nexuses of food, energy & water Dr A Yang University of Oxford Re-distributed manufacturing and the resilient, sustainable city Prof Chris McMahon University of Bristol RECODE: Re-distributed manufacturing, consumer goods and big data Dr Fiona Charnley, Cranfield University Re-distributed manufacturing healthcare research Dr Wendy Philips University of the West of England 3DP-RDM: Defining the research agenda for 3D printing enabled re- distributed manufacturing Dr Tim Minshall Cambridge University The role of makespaces in re-distributed manufacturing Prof Sharon Baurley Royal College of Art Re-Distributed Manufacturing Networks Technology, systems & strategies that change the economics and organisation of manufacturing …. particularly with regard to location and scale.
  3. 3. Flexible digitally connected supply chains On-demand supply Up-scaling of local enterprise Consumer Insight Durable, Geographically Tuned Relationships Smart Analytics Informed real-time decisions Insight-driven personalised goods & services 'Inventory of Everything’ Hypothesis: The acquisition, analysis and interpretation of big data will facilitate an insight-driven and localised model of consumer goods manufacture transforming productivity, competitiveness and opportunities for innovation
  4. 4. Research Activities & Events Interactive Presentations PublicationsInfo-graphics & Animations Follow on Funding Interactive Presentations Industrial Steering Group Innovation Road-Map Active International Network
  5. 5. Research Activities & Events Interactive Presentations PublicationsInfo-graphics & Animations Follow on Funding Interactive Presentations Industrial Steering Group Innovation Road-Map Active International Network High Quality Research Research Agenda & Vision
  6. 6. Outputs: 5 Funded Feasibility Studies • Circular Innovation & Re-distributed Manufacturing (RdM) • Big Data Ecosystem in Re-distributed Manufacturing (RdM) Past & Future • Business as Unusual: Designing Products with Consumers in the Loop • Digital Re-Distributed Manufacturing (RDM) Studio • SME-Oriented Collaborative Customer Insight Platform for User-driven RdM (SOC-UDRdM)
  7. 7. Outputs: Software development and tools
  8. 8. Outputs: Impact Case Studies Shoe Lab Story
  9. 9. Shoe Lab Story
  10. 10. Shoe Lab Story
  11. 11. Shoe Lab Story
  12. 12. What have we learned? 1. The re-distribution of manufacturing for the consumer goods sector is in its infancy in a UK setting however there is significant evidence of big data being used to close the gap between the manufacturer and end- user, 2. Current socio-economic and technological trends could assist the transition of RdM in the consumer goods sector, 3. Evidence of main stream retailers developing RdM products,
  13. 13. WHAT IF YOU COULD GROW FRESH ORGANIC VEGGIES & HERBS RIGHT IN YOUR KITCHEN?
  14. 14. What have we learned? 1. The re-distribution of manufacturing for the consumer goods sector is in its infancy in a UK setting however there is significant evidence of big data being used to close the gap between the manufacturer and end-user, 2. Current socio-economic and technological trends could assist the transition of RdM in the consumer goods sector, 3. Evidence of main stream retailers offering RdM products, 4. Re-Distributed Manufacturing is part of the landscape of New Industrial Systems of the future, 5. Re-Distributed Manufacturing has the potential to not only change the economics and organisation of manufacturing with regard to location and scale but could radically transform the interrelationships between industry, technology and society as a whole!
  15. 15. EPSRC-ESRC Network for Re-Distributed Manufacturing, Consumer Goods and Big Data International Symposium 5th – 6th June 2017 Dr Fiona Charnley @RECODE_Networkwww.recode-network.com

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