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Innovation management: Scientific teams’ approach

Working tables covered the following topics:

- Additive manufacturing (SLM, SLS, EBM, FDM, LC, SL and hybrid manufacturing)

- Industry 4.0 (Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things and Services, Big Data, Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence)

- Robotics (collaborative robotics, robotics for machine tool industry)

- Materials (advanced materials, nanomaterials, smart materials, new materials)

- Production processes (value chain for new technologies, supply chain integration, modelling, simulation, digitalized business models)

 

Representetives from below RTD organisations and innovation support initiatives:

- Fraunhofer IWS

- Centre of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies

- Reverse Engineering Lab

- TU Dresden Med

- Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus Dresden

- BadMat Materials Research Lab

- Rapid Prototyping Lab

- Production Management Group

- Machine Vision Laboratory

- Quality Management Group

- Automation and Robotics Laboratory

- UPEER (Ukrainian Platform for Excellence in Education and Research)

- NUCLEI

- SYNERGY

- TRANS3net

- InnoPeer AVM

- Polish Association for Production Management

 

Participants expressed their experiences with innovation management, exchanged best practices and discussed on challenges connected with innovation management in a research.

Some ideas about new project applications were discussed few mutual research ideas were choosen (Machine Vision Laboratory + Quality management group; Automation and Robotics Laboratory + Production Management Group).

 

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int'l RTD

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tech fields

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R&I organisations

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Open Innovation 2.0

️PWR organized a seminar on "Open Innovation 2.0" on December 15, 2017 at the Knowledge and Science and Technology Information Center of the Wrocław University of Technology.

 

Thematic scope of the seminar:

open innovation – management philosophy based on the opening up of organizations for suppliers, employees and customers to generate value for the organization,

open innovation 2.0 – development of open innovation by technological elements and deeper integration in the value chain,

crowdsourcing – presentation of the concept with examples of implementations

alternative finance – presentation of financing opportunities that can be implemented in corporations, SMEs and start-ups.

 

Karol Król suggested practical aspects related to OI from the economic and legal points of view and some best practices regarding crowdsourcing and crowdfunding.

Marco Battistella gave a speech on Open Innovation in the process of inspiring new concepts, talents and technologies by knowledge sourcing and activating collaborations with experts.

 

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Karol Król

Introduction to OI 2.0 - crowdfunding and crowdsourcing in business

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Marco Battistella

Scouting innovation results for knowledge sourcing and collaboration with experts.

 

Open innovation 2.0

️PWR will host a seminar on “Open Innovation 2.0” on December 15, 2017 at the Knowledge and Science and Technology Information Center of the Wrocław University of Technology.

Thematic scope of the seminar:

open innovation – management philosophy based on the opening up of organizations for suppliers, employees and customers to generate value for the organization,

open innovation 2.0 – development of open innovation by technological elements and deeper integration in the value chain,

crowdsourcing – presentation of the concept with examples of implementations

alternative finance – presentation of financing opportunities that can be implemented in corporations, SMEs and start-ups.

Speakers: Karol Król, Marco Battistella

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Innovation management: Strategy for Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Transnational working tables have been organized on Dec 8, 2017 with companies and partners interested in additive manufacturing as follow up of AMMeeting 2017.

The meeting was a follow-up of Nuclei Open Seminar on Additive Manufacturing that was held within Additive Manufacturing Meeting in June 2017. It was a great opportunity for networking and establishing new contacts.

Nuclei Project was presented to wider audience. Also the results surveys collected during Open Seminar and Additive Manufacturing Meeting in June were presented.

During the meeting surveys were provided to participants. Open Innovation, Internet of Things and Services as well as Human-Machine Interface are topics of main interest. Most of responders stated that they are interested in taking part in other activities in projects, especially regional and international seminars.

 

Attending RTD organisations:

Fraunhofer IWS
Centre of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
Reverse Engineering Lab
BadMat Materials Research Lab
Rapid Prototyping Lab
UPEER (Ukrainian Platform for Excellence in Education and Research)
BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg

 

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SMEs

15

large companies

7

research organisations

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Additive Manufacturing

Centre for Advanced Manufacturing Technologies - Fraunhofer Project Center CAMT-FPC from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology together with the NUCLEI project team organized Additive Manufacturing Meeting.

There were 140 participants (including representatives of 40 industrial companies), 15 exhibitors and 18 speakers i.e. from Germany and Italy. 28 guests of the event participated also in the special NUCLEI workshop on innovative technologies in industry.

Participants were also provided with information regarding the benefits and goals of the NUCLEI project which seems to have aroused their interest!

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from research organizations and industrial companies exchanged experiences and discussed their needs and competences

6 thematic fields

Additive Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, Open Innovation, Production Processes, Materials and Robotics

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