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  • Block 2: Commitment to CIPsBlock 3: TAP ito shared testing platforms, manufacturing facility accreditation, R&D, Tech development, etc. – i.e. local resource localization. Some companies may not need supportBlock 4: International PartnershipThe role of the TACs includes advice to targeted industry sectors on market and technology trends, opportunities for R&D and business development partnerships, facilitation of industry exchange and skills development placements, etc.
  • Yield estimation tool - This tool is used firstly to optimise runner designs for particular castings, and secondly the yield information can be used as an input into the costing tool. Costing tool - The costing tool enables a foundry to accurately estimate its manufacturing costs through the various stages of the manufacturing operation.
  • Dst localisation presentation

    1. 1. DST Technology Localisation Programme-Stakeholder Engagement Rhythm Meeting 26 July 2012
    2. 2. TLP: Historical Overview• 2007: CSDP approved by Cabinet• 2008: TLP strategy developed – Main emphasis on Eskom and Transnet opportunities (~R450b)• 2010: Increasing no. of projects – Acknowledge technology development is also required (UBRD) – Initiated Foundry TAP programme• 2011-12: Public procurement & Infrastructure development increasingly becoming a central pillar in our industrialisation strategy 2
    3. 3. TLP Objectives• Increase the capability and scope of local production (reduced imports, create and save local jobs) – Assist local firms to improve their competitiveness (quality, cost, uniqueness, etc.) through provision of: • Technology Assistance Packages (TAPs) • Focussed sector intervention (Foundries) – Support focussed technology development • Technology/Product Development Grants 3
    4. 4. Broad elements of TAP (supply-side measures) Benchmarking and Technology Capability Evaluations Access to GAP Analysis Technology Platforms and Continuous Improvement Shared Technology Plan - linked to Strategy of Facilities Choice Access to Technical Expertise (High-end) Technical Skills Development Migration to higher level of Design and Tooling Technology Capability Support
    5. 5. TLP Focus AreasFOCUSSED PUBLIC PROCUREMENT / INFRASTRUCTUREINTERVENTI PROGRAMMESONS FOUNDRY ENERGY TRANSPORT MEGA DESIGNATED INDUSTRY SECTOR SECTOR SCIENCE SECTORS PROJECTS Coal Fired Rolling Set-Top Power MeerKAT Stock Boxes Generation Nuclear Port Power Equipment Generation Renewable SAA fleet energy procurement • Wind • Solar 5
    6. 6. TAP Focus Areas Product Development Process Chainresearch & Modeling & Technology DesignDevelopment Simulations/ Demonstration Prototyping Tooling Production Quality Processes & systems
    7. 7. Implementation Model• Three-tiered integrated approach• Effective stakeholder participation• Four Portfolios DST TECHNOLOGY LOCALISATION STRATEGY AND POLICY DEVELOPMENT Localisation Benchmarkin Technolog Technology TLIU-CSIR Analysis and g andy Transfer Supplier Continuous Assistanc Benefits Network Improvement e Package Programm Development s (TAP) e Stakehold Programmes Programm er Technical Advisory Committees (TACs) for targeted e industry sectors. Participati Representatives from Government agencies, technology institutions and industry. on
    8. 8. Institutional Arrangements• UNIDO SPX – Supplier Benchmarking & Training• Technology Localisation Implementation Unit (TLIU) hosted at CSIR • Implementation of DST TAPs • TLIU - Established with intention to migrate it to most appropriate agency • Governance & Operations designed by DST • Oversight - Management Committee • TAP delivery processes – designed by DST • TAP approval – DST ExCo • MIS - to be integrated into dti’s database 8
    9. 9. TL Process Who Outputs SOCs, UNIDO SPX, Opportunity lists > Identify SOC Opportunities DST, TLIU stakeholders Identify potential suppliers UNIDO SPX, SOCs, UNIDO Database DST,TLIU Benchmark potential suppliers UNIDO SPX Benchmarking results Developed (TIA, CSIR - Meraka, DST) Proposed customised TAPs TLIU TAPsDST Apprvl Approved TLIU with service Customised TAPs (with ringfenced max TAPs providers financial allocations) Increased local Implemented TLIU (CSIR), Mintek production & TAPs competitiveness 9
    10. 10. Foundry TAP Programme summaryOutcomes• 24 foundry firms received TAPs.• 14 firms currently have contracts directly or indirectly to SOCs.• 5 firms secured new contracts during or after TAP programme.Highlights• RIFT Human Capital Development – Group composed of all young female engineers are at Freiberg University in Germany for their Masters Programme (Advanced Foundry Technologies). CPUT group of students will depart in October 2012 for Rwth Aachen and Rzeszow University, Poland .Internship Programme through Mintek for foundries.• Technical Expertise - Lean manufacturing principles implementation.• Yield estimation tool & Costing tool – Assist firms to cost products efficiently.• RPT Test Equipment – Is a tool or equipment that determines melt quality prior to pouring. (Enhanced during the TAP Programme to use compressed air). Before Test After Test RPT Test Equipment 11
    11. 11. Review of TLP strategyCurrent TAP Infrastructureintervention areas expansion Access to Technology Platforms and Shared Technology Facilities Access to Assessment Technical Expertise (High-end) Technical Skills Review Development Design and Tooling Support Human Capital Development Technology Grant Expanded Public Procurement 12
    12. 12. Conclusion• TLP focus: longer term competitiveness, sustainability• Your inputs are requested for improving TLP outcomes & impact
    13. 13. Dankie EnkosiHa khensaRe a lebogaRo livhuwa SiyabongaSiyathokozaThank you