Intelligent Machines ClusterProgramme<br />Timo RainioHermia Ltd.<br />
Hermia- Interfacing the Future<br /><ul><li>Hermia Ltd strengthens the growth, development and competitivenessof technolog...
The companyprepares, coordinates and implementsdevelopmentprojects in cooperationwithcompanies, universities and researchi...
The companypromotes the development of the business environments, networking and competitiveness of technology-basedcompan...
Hermia Ltd is responsible for the coordination of the Tampere Region Centre of ExpertiseProgramme and, in 2007-2013, for t...
Hermiaparticipates in fiveclusters<br />The Tampere Region Centre of Expertisehasbeenexpanded to coversevenfields of exper...
UbiquitousComputing (National coordination)
 Digital Contents
 Energy Technology
Nanotechnology</li></ul>and thoseimplementedbyFinn-MediResearch Ltd are<br /><ul><li> Health Technology
Biotechnology</li></ul>Centre of ExpertiseProgramme<br />The purpose of the FinnishGovernment’s Centre of ExpertiseProgram...
National levelcooperaration<br />
Intelligent Machines - Why ? (in Finland and Tampere)Tampere industry history<br />
Tampere WasEstablished in1779 BetweenTwoLakes<br />Näsijärvi<br />18 metersdifference: <br />Tammerkoski Rapids<br />Pyhäj...
GotIts Power from Tammerkoski Rapids<br />
Tampere High Tech History<br />1779 City of Tampere is<br />founded , rights for free trade<br />1837 1. multi-storeyfacto...
Achievements of Information and communication technology<br />First in the world<br />11.10.2010<br />10<br />
Globalmarketleaders<br />in the Tampere Region<br />Global Market<br />Share<br /><ul><li>Cargotec / Kalmar Industries		ov...
Sandvik Mining and Costruction	35%		mining and construction
Metso Automation				over 15%	automation for process industry</li></ul>(paper industry)<br /><ul><li>Metso Minerals					15%...
Metso Power				10–50 %	Boilers
PCE-engineering				70 %		Hollow core slab machinery
Glaston				over 70%	safety glass machinery (architectural 																	     and automotive)
John Deere Forestry / Timberjack30%		forest machinery
BrontoSkylift				over 60%	fire and rescue platforms
Fastems				70%		multilevel FMS
Ata Gears						50%		gears for marine applications
Gardner Denver					30 %		ship compressors (Tamrotor)
AvantTecno				40%		mini loaders (max. one ton)</li></ul>11.10.2010<br />11<br />
Sandvik Mining and Construction<br />
Kalmar Industries<br />
John Deere, Timberjack<br />
AvantTechno<br />
Glaston<br />16<br />
Fastems<br />
ButHow ? … byworkingtogetherwith Industry, DevelopmentOrganizations, Universities and Education<br />
PART ASSEMBLY<br />PRODUCT ASSEMBLY<br />PARTNER<br />NETWORKS<br />  MINING, FOREST,<br />  SERVISES &<br />  MAINTENANCE...
PROJECTS<br />Wellness at work (HyNä)<br />AHA  -automation<br />Vahva  -job rotation<br />elTrio  –West-Finland<br />Pire...
Different levels of involvement:<br />
Different levels of involvement:<br />
Case FIMA,Industry – Researchminiclustercooperation<br />
FIMA – Forum for Intelligent Machines<br /><ul><li>A new technology platform for mobile work machines, which brings togeth...
42 members:
 global market leader companies
 suppliers
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  1. 1. Intelligent Machines ClusterProgramme<br />Timo RainioHermia Ltd.<br />
  2. 2. Hermia- Interfacing the Future<br /><ul><li>Hermia Ltd strengthens the growth, development and competitivenessof technologycompanies.
  3. 3. The companyprepares, coordinates and implementsdevelopmentprojects in cooperationwithcompanies, universities and researchinstitutions and builds national and international networks for the development of leading-edgeexpertise.
  4. 4. The companypromotes the development of the business environments, networking and competitiveness of technology-basedcompanies.
  5. 5. Hermia Ltd is responsible for the coordination of the Tampere Region Centre of ExpertiseProgramme and, in 2007-2013, for the implementation of Centres of Expertise in fivefields.</li></li></ul><li>Skills and ExpertiseDevelopment in Finland<br />
  6. 6. Hermiaparticipates in fiveclusters<br />The Tampere Region Centre of Expertisehasbeenexpanded to coversevenfields of expertise for the years 2007-2013.<br />The centres of expertisereceivehalf of theirbasicfundingfrom the state and halffromcities and municipalities. The main part of theirvolume is constitutedby the projectstheylaunch.<br />The expertiseclusters in the central Tampere Regionduring the centre of expertiseperiodare:<br /><ul><li>IntelligentMachines (National coordination)
  7. 7. UbiquitousComputing (National coordination)
  8. 8. Digital Contents
  9. 9. Energy Technology
  10. 10. Nanotechnology</li></ul>and thoseimplementedbyFinn-MediResearch Ltd are<br /><ul><li> Health Technology
  11. 11. Biotechnology</li></ul>Centre of ExpertiseProgramme<br />The purpose of the FinnishGovernment’s Centre of ExpertiseProgrammeis to utilise top level knowledge and expertise as a resource for business operations, job creation and regional development<br />The programme is founded on the utilization of regionalexpertisewhich is of an internationallyhighstandard.<br />The national programme is implementedby 13 nationallysignificantexpertiseclusters and 21 centres of expertise in differentregions.<br />The Tampere Region Centre of ExpertiseProgrammecoordinatedbyHermia Ltd is one of 21 centres of expertise in Finland. <br />The Tampere Region Centre of ExpertiseProgramme is a participant in sevenexpertiseclusters. HermiaLtd hasbeenimplementing the national Centre of ExpertiseProgramme in the central Tampere Regionsince 1995.<br />The Centre of ExpertiseProgramme’s national websitewww.oske.net<br />
  12. 12. National levelcooperaration<br />
  13. 13. Intelligent Machines - Why ? (in Finland and Tampere)Tampere industry history<br />
  14. 14. Tampere WasEstablished in1779 BetweenTwoLakes<br />Näsijärvi<br />18 metersdifference: <br />Tammerkoski Rapids<br />Pyhäjärvi<br />© Tampereen kaupunkimittausyksikkö 2001 <br />
  15. 15. GotIts Power from Tammerkoski Rapids<br />
  16. 16. Tampere High Tech History<br />1779 City of Tampere is<br />founded , rights for free trade<br />1837 1. multi-storeyfactorybuilding + steelpillars - Finlayson<br />1843 1. papermachine - Frenckell<br />1875 1. shoefactory - Aaltonen<br />1878 2. phoneconnection (1. in Helsinki 1877)<br />1882 1. electriclight (in NothernEurope)- Edison generatornumber 3<br />1888 1. streetlights - 30 arclamps<br />1908 1. automaticweavingmachines in Finland - Tampereen puuvillatehdas<br />1821 Finlayson factory activities start<br />1909 The largest tapestry factory in Nordic Countries - Winter<br />IN FINLAND<br />1911 1. attempt to fly <br />1911 1. mechanical clothing factory- Pukutehdas<br />1916 1. electric melting furnace- Lokomo <br />1921 1. enterprise in plastic industry - Sarvis<br />1923 1. radio broadcasting<br />1929 Gold metal for Lokomo of chrome steel anvils in world exhibition in Barcelona<br />1959 1. on machine covering for paper<br />IN FINLAND<br />
  17. 17. Achievements of Information and communication technology<br />First in the world<br />11.10.2010<br />10<br />
  18. 18. Globalmarketleaders<br />in the Tampere Region<br />Global Market<br />Share<br /><ul><li>Cargotec / Kalmar Industries over 50% container handling machinery
  19. 19. Sandvik Mining and Costruction 35% mining and construction
  20. 20. Metso Automation over 15% automation for process industry</li></ul>(paper industry)<br /><ul><li>Metso Minerals 15% mobile rock crushers
  21. 21. Metso Power 10–50 % Boilers
  22. 22. PCE-engineering 70 % Hollow core slab machinery
  23. 23. Glaston over 70% safety glass machinery (architectural and automotive)
  24. 24. John Deere Forestry / Timberjack30% forest machinery
  25. 25. BrontoSkylift over 60% fire and rescue platforms
  26. 26. Fastems 70% multilevel FMS
  27. 27. Ata Gears 50% gears for marine applications
  28. 28. Gardner Denver 30 % ship compressors (Tamrotor)
  29. 29. AvantTecno 40% mini loaders (max. one ton)</li></ul>11.10.2010<br />11<br />
  30. 30. Sandvik Mining and Construction<br />
  31. 31. Kalmar Industries<br />
  32. 32. John Deere, Timberjack<br />
  33. 33. AvantTechno<br />
  34. 34. Glaston<br />16<br />
  35. 35. Fastems<br />
  36. 36.
  37. 37. ButHow ? … byworkingtogetherwith Industry, DevelopmentOrganizations, Universities and Education<br />
  38. 38. PART ASSEMBLY<br />PRODUCT ASSEMBLY<br />PARTNER<br />NETWORKS<br /> MINING, FOREST,<br /> SERVISES &<br /> MAINTENANCE<br />Forest, Construction<br /> Transportation<br /> Real estate<br /> Hoisting services<br /> COMPONENTS<br />Steel constructions<br /> Power transmission<br /> Hydraulic. Tools Castings, Forgs <br /> Technical rubber & plastics<br />MOBILE MACHINES<br /> Container handling<br /> systems<br /> Stone crushers<br /> Drilling machines<br /> Forest machines <br /> Hoisting apparatus<br /> PROCESS INDUSTRY<br />Forest<br /> Paper<br /> Food <br /> Chemistry<br /> Energy<br />CONTROL SYSTEMS<br />Controlling /measuring <br />and monitoring<br />Automation<br />Electronic<br />Programming<br /> ENERGY AND<br /> PROCESS<br /> Power plants<br /> Flue gas cleaning<br /> Machines of electricity<br /> delivery<br /> Stock preparation <br /> Paper mill automation<br />VOCATIONAL COLLEGES<br />VTT<br />TAMPERE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY<br /> SERVICES<br />CAE <br /> Prototyping <br /> Factory services<br />UNIVERSITY OF TAMPERE<br />TAMPERE AND PIRKANMAA POLYTECHNIC<br />OTHER INDUSTRY<br />Workshops<br /> Construction<br /> Electronics and <br /> electro technical<br /> Plastics<br /> Safety glass<br /> FACTORY AND<br /> PRODUCTION<br /> SYSTEMSGlass machines<br /> Machine tools, FMS<br /> Material handling<br /> Factory automation<br /> Washing machines<br />The Cluster of Mechanical Engineering in Tampere Region<br />Cluster leaders<br />System suppliers<br />End users<br />Component suppliers<br />Research& Education<br />TAMPERE VOCATIONAL ADULT EDUCATION CENTRE<br />
  39. 39. PROJECTS<br />Wellness at work (HyNä)<br />AHA -automation<br />Vahva -job rotation<br />elTrio –West-Finland<br />Pirel+ -electronics<br />Olavi -laser technology<br />KoMe 2020 –foresight <br />SERVICES FOR KEY CLUSTERS<br />Foresight services <br />Programme and project preparations <br />Mini-clusters <br />Centre of Expertise programmes<br />Fully comprehensive project implementation <br />Development services <br />Expert and Training services<br />Venture Garage<br />LEARNING ENVIROMENTS<br />Fastems FMS – training center <br />TP Welding Center<br />LASSI – Light assembly club <br />Automaint<br />CAM –forum<br />5 axis milling environment<br />ValuAtlas for Foundry institute<br />elTrio- eLearning network<br />Laser LCC<br /> Factory <br /> Automation<br />Energy<br /> Mobile <br />machines<br />Components<br />Laser LCC<br /> Factory <br /> Automation<br /> Mobile <br />machines<br />Components<br />Hermia as a part of that cluster<br />WORK GROUPS FORUMS<br />TAC –automation centre, Electronic production, Machine vision, Trio programme<br />OSKE<br />GIM<br />HYNÄ<br />SISU<br />ROVIR<br />ORC<br />Mini clusters<br />FIMA<br />
  40. 40. Different levels of involvement:<br />
  41. 41. Different levels of involvement:<br />
  42. 42. Case FIMA,Industry – Researchminiclustercooperation<br />
  43. 43. FIMA – Forum for Intelligent Machines<br /><ul><li>A new technology platform for mobile work machines, which brings together Finnish specialists in the industry and research
  44. 44. 42 members:
  45. 45. global market leader companies
  46. 46. suppliers
  47. 47. research organisations
  48. 48. universities</li></li></ul><li>Objectives<br /><ul><li>To find the common targets of appliedbasicresearch in the industry
  49. 49. To direct the research in accordancewithneeds of the industry
  50. 50. To invest in strategiclong-rangeresearch
  51. 51. To promote the allocation of publicfunding in intelligent mobile workmachines.</li></li></ul><li>Share of public funding<br />Research initiator<br />Product <br />development<br />Companies<br />10 – 20 %<br />Group of companies<br />Research organisations<br />Applied research<br />30 – 50 %<br />Applied basic research<br />FIMA<br />80 – 90 %<br />Basic research<br />Universities<br />100 %<br />
  52. 52. FIMA activity<br /><ul><li>The annual general meeting ratifies the research targets and agenda
  53. 53. Operative decisions are made in FIMA board
  54. 54. Main activity in Working Groups</li></ul> - 4 working groups<br /> - specialists meetings<br /> - open for all members<br /> - research project planning and supervision<br /><ul><li> Separate steering groups for each projects </li></li></ul><li>FIMA working groups<br />Energy<br />efficiency<br />Measurement<br />Design<br />methods<br />Machine<br />groupcontrol<br />
  55. 55. Different levels of involvement:<br />
  56. 56. Case elTRIOindustry - educationcooperation<br />
  57. 57. elTRIO<br />e-learning network <br />in the area of metal industry,<br />mechanical engineering and automation<br />www.eltrio.fi<br />
  58. 58. pedagocical & ITsupport<br />Coordination<br />Welding<br />Controll & IT<br />Mobile workingmachine<br />networking<br />Learning-material<br />databank<br />Machine Vision<br />FMS systems<br />etc..<br />Development groups<br />elTRIO – concept<br />Networking<br />TRIO-Techonology program <br />Industry<br />STUDENT<br />Educationorganizations<br />
  59. 59. elTRIO<br />elTRIO is co-operation network of technology industries for educational institutes and authorities for taking care of not wasting time and money by doing same eLearning materials in several institutes. The main idea in elTRIO is that the network tries to find ways to share eLearning materials instead of creating own versions of materials and learning objects which already exist.<br />
  60. 60. FMS Training Center<br />FMS Driving Licence<br />(www.fms-ajokortti.fi):<br /><ul><li>Theory over the Internet
  61. 61. Moodle e-learning environment (material, exercisies, study info)
  62. 62. Training using FMS-simulator
  63. 63. Real training environment development
  64. 64. Working at real Life
  65. 65. FMS Training Center in Second Life</li></li></ul><li>FMS Training Center 10 years<br />Machine Vision<br />Internationalcooperation<br />FMS Training Center Community<br />Maintenance<br />Driving Licence -community<br />ADC (Automatic data colection)<br />eLearning Packages<br />FMS Driving Licence –services / products<br />Virtual FMS<br />3D Visualization<br />TC in Second Life<br />Shared Calender<br />Grand Opening<br />2nd Generation of TC<br />1997 2003 2009<br />36<br />
  66. 66. Training Center – life sizeFM-system<br />FM-system<br /><ul><li>Fundamentals
  67. 67. Basic use
  68. 68. Advanced use
  69. 69. Design of FMS
  70. 70. Maintenance</li></ul>Deburring cell<br /><ul><li>Basic use
  71. 71. Robot programming
  72. 72. Deburring process training</li></ul>Tool presetting<br /><ul><li>Tool presetting training</li></ul>Machining center<br /><ul><li>Basic use
  73. 73. Programming</li></ul>Machine vision<br /><ul><li>Machine vision training
  74. 74. Environmental testing for vision system</li></ul>Automatic data collection<br /><ul><li>Production analysis</li></li></ul><li>Products<br />Production<br />systems<br />Methods and<br />practices<br />38<br />Learningbydoing<br />The FMS Training Center offerstechnologystudents<br />an opportunity to practisefutureskillswithtoday’s<br />hightechnologies in a real workshop environment<br />
  75. 75. elTRIO is looking for Europeancooperation<br />elTRIO (www.eltrio.fi) is a national e-learning network for technology industries, metals industry, mechanical engineering, electronics and automation. It is a major national actor that is looking for European cooperation to support the international activities of the technology industries. <br />We are looking for possibilities for cooperation with similar European networks in the technology industry and an opportunity to benefit from the results of European research and development projects. We are especially interested in projects that design and develop innovative methods, tools and services for simulations and virtual manufacturing, knowledge management, distributed collaboration at work and learning at work, in both mobile and fixed environments. <br />
  76. 76. Case Teknokas,InnovationEducationCooperation<br />
  77. 77. A CHILD’S INNOVATION – pressurepad in the mailbox<br />© Esa-Matti Järvinen<br />
  78. 78. TeknokasEducation Center in Ylivieska<br />TEKNOKAS, the first nationwide technology education center in Finland, is developing general technology education in primary and secondary schools. <br />The center develops the contents and methods of technology education as well as teaching materials and equipment for technology education.<br /> One of the main activities of the center is to arrange primary and secondary school teachers updating training in technology education, to support them to take into account the cross-curricula theme of technology education in their teaching and school culture. <br />
  79. 79. National levelTechnologyEducationCooperation<br />TEKNOKAS supports educating children, via teachers, to understand, value and develop further the environment that man has built for his purposes, i.e. technology. <br />The content areas include automation and robotics, mechanics, structures, electricity and electronic as well as the basic issues related to the production, storage and utilisation of energy. <br />As technology often develops through innovations, important goals of technology education also include the development of skills to observe and solve problems related to the built environment and encouragement of creativity<br />
  80. 80. Tampere Inno Centre<br />TechnologyEducationcurricula<br />Company visits for schools<br />Teknokasclubs at School<br />Competitions<br />On Job Training<br />Hobby&HappyTechnologyeducation Real components Industry systemsinnovation<br />Learningbydoing<br />Learning at the workplace<br />Simulations<br />Web 2.0 & Social Media<br />Primary/SecondarySchoolHighSchoolVocationalschoolsUniversity Industry Travel<br />
  81. 81. Teknokascommunity in Internet<br />Structures<br />http://teknokas.ning.com<br />Mechanisms and machines<br />Electrics and electronics<br />Automation and robotics<br />Energy<br />http://www.teknokas.fi<br />
  82. 82. Case New Factory- Future ”factory” based on cooperationbetweenindustry, development and education<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHscnBVlf9Q<br />
  83. 83. Contacts<br />
  84. 84. Timo Rainio<br />HermiaLtd.<br />timo.rainio@hermia.fi<br />http://timoraino.blogspot.com<br />http://www.slideshare.net/timorainio<br />+358 500 7366 05<br />http://www.hermia.fi<br />http://www.intelligentmachines.fihttp://www.eltrio.fi<br />http://teknokas.ning.com<br />

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