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Mechatronics Alliance

Working tables have been organized on May 16-17, 2018 in Linz, the region capital of Upper Austria with the title “Invitation: European Mechatronics Alliance Kick-Off Meeting”. 

Europe is experiencing an era of exponential technical change, because there are many societal challenges arising from the transition to Industry 4.0, and all this is happening in the context of an uncertain global political climate. Mechatronics-related companies are starting to provide solutions for some of these big challenges, mostly regions with a large industrial base. 

There are several existing initiatives across Europe encouraging collaboration at the academic level, but there is no alliance encouraging the development of mechatronics at the level where it has the largest impact, namely at a regional cluster level.

Today, European funding mechanisms work on several levels, but when the current framework programs finish in 2020, the next program will be set up differently. In the next framework program interregional funding will establish to stimulate collaboration between clusters within different countries. It will not be bound to specific border regions but, instead, to a specific technological goal.

The Mechatronics-Cluster Upper Austria and the Province of Noord-Brabant propose to set up an European Alliance of regional clusters with significant activities in mechatronics. In its initial phase, the goal will be to optimize the use of existing infrastructure and knowhow in these regional clusters. The alliance can serve as a platform to make optimal use of existing programs such as Interreg Europe and the cross border interregional programs.

 

Programme

Day 1 - Wednesday, 16th May 2018

09:00 Registration at voestalpine Stahlwelt – Panorama Café voestalpine-Str. 4 , 4020 Linz, Austria.

09:15  – Welcome and introduction - The Broad Vision of the Alliance. Why is it Needed and what will it do? Bert Pauli, Vice Governor Economics of Noord-Brabant and Christian Altmann, Head of Clusterland

09:30 Cluster Introductions Presentation per partner (about 20 minutes each)

12:30 Lunch break

14:00 Joint discussion – Kick-off of the 1st European Mechatronics Alliance

- Presentation about EC Joint Research Centre support for scoping paper, Fatime Barbara Heygi PhD

- Opportunities & Synergies between existing regions. Finding relevant partners

- Needs & Goals

15:30 Coffee-Break

16:00 Thematic workshops - Identification of common topics to foster innovation in mechatronics/advanced manufacturing

- Mechanical / Electrical engineering

- Production – Industry 4.0

- Service and Maintenance

17:30 Wrap-Up Day 1 and discussion of Next Steps

19:00 Ars Electronica Center Linz incl. guided tour of the building and dinner at the restaurant Cubus (in the same building)

 

Day 2 - Thursday, 17th May 2018

09:00 Pick up at the hotel, transfer and visit to the

- Mechatronics Institutes of the Johannes Kepler University

- LCM - Linz Center of Mechatronics

12:30 Lunch Break

14:00 Transfer to Wels and visit to the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria

- Center of Excellence for Smart Production

We hope both visits will enable an intensive exchange of experiences with the research community representatives of Upper Austria!

17:00 Transfer back to the hotel in Linz / Departure

 

 

Attending organizations: 

Elmar Paireder, Manager Mechatronics-Cluster – Upper Austria

Onno Huiskamp, Technology & International Cooperation Advisor – Province Noord Brabant

The goal of the Working Table Mechatronics Alliance was foster innovation in the field of Advanced Manufacturing with building a European-wide alliance, where specific topics are hosted by regional representatives. These hosts are responsible for setting up new projects 

From 17.06.2018 to 18.06.2018, 18 mechatronics initiatives from 10 countries, including Slovakia, Romania, Great Britain, Italy, Belgium, Hungary, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Germany and Austria have met in Austria in Linz. The meeting was organized by the “Mechatronic Cluster OÖ” (Upper Austria) together with the Dutch mechatronics network to widen the impact out of NUCLEI. The aim of this meeting was to explore innovative technologies across borders and to promote cooperation. 

 

In the beginning of the event, Elmar Paireder, the manager of the Upper Austrian mechatronics cluster and Christian Altmann, the Clusterland manager, welcomed the guests. Furthermore, Christian Altmann talked about the high importance of innovative mechatronic technologies for the whole European industry as well as about their influence on the entire competitiveness in Europe. 

In the first part of the working table, the participating networks and enterprises introduced themselves with a short presentation. Every network reported about their current topics, priorities and expectations. On the basis of the presentations of the individual representatives, concrete topics were identified in the areas of research and development, production and management support, to which the participants have assigned themselves accordingly. 

 

After lunch, pre-existing initiatives such as the LCM's Symspace platform were presented and an exchange of experiences of a sustainable collaboration took place. Another important point was the cooperative development and implementation of innovation projects involving scientific institutions and enterprises. Subsequently, the identified organizational expectations and goals for a Europe-wide mechatronics alliance were concretized in a workshop. An important point for the participants was, above all, the establishment of technology-oriented platforms for transnational knowledge transfer in order to be able to make use of synergy potential. In addition, an attempt has been made to create a thematic map, which focuses on the research priorities of the individual regions. The first day ended with an exciting tour through the Ars Electronica Center, where they demonstrated where the technological journey could be in the future.

 

On the second day of the working table the major activity was the visit of the Upper Austrian research institutes in the field of mechatronics. The approximately 30 participants were able to gain a good impression of the local mechatronics competence in the Linz Center of Mechatronics, at the Johannes-Kepler-University and in the Excellence Center for Smart Production of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. Specific examples were the robotics department of the LCM, the metal 3D-printing research at the University of Applied Sciences Wels as well as the developments of the JKU in the field of digital hydraulic valves and non-destructive digital material testing.

 

All in all a format like an alliance could ensure to foster innovation on an transnational level as well as to establish a sustainable platform within Advanced Manufacturing.

 

The participants were able to get in contact with representatives of other networks and branche-related institutions. In detail on following expectations/aspects will be focused:

-          Foster Cooperation ( R&D-projects / international cooperation / Matchmaking / partnerships along the value-chain)   HOST: Hightech NL

-          -Technology & Exchange Platform (Symspace Platform / development of an Digital Innovation

-          Hub / Access2Knowledge / crossboarder activities /

-          development of new R&R-infrastructure)  HOST:

LCM/MC Upper Austria

-          Business Opportunities (integration of industry, research and education / sustainable development / market-pull) HOST: SWHEC

Identified common topis (in line with NUCLEI-topics)

-          Engineering (prototyping, systems engineering, product development, digital twins, vocational training)

-          Production (additive manufacturing, artificial intelligence, robotics, IoT, Industry4.0, sensors/actuators, smart mobility)

-          Management/Suppert (digital company, big data, new business models, self optimization, sales/services)

All participants agreed to cooperate more closely on these topics in the future

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Ecodesign – efficiency of advanced manufacturing

On May 3, 2018 RCMT has organized the seminar "Ecodesign: efficiency of advanced manufacturing" in RCMT, Horská. 

One of the key elements for achieving sustainable and competitive production are energy efficiency and reducing operating costs. The aim of the seminar was to show the possibility of achieving these goals in modern production machines and equipment. Solution, options and successful case studies were presented by all speakers. 

Programme

9:00-9:10 Start Ing. Jiří Vyroubal, Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

9:10-9:30 Presentation of the Nuclei and TPSVT project Ing. Jan Smolík, Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

9:30-9:45 Energy efficiency as a means to increase utility properties machinery Ing.Jiří Vyroubal, Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

9:45-10:30 Energy efficient machine tools and production systems Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Ihlenfeldt TU Dresden (D)

Lecture in English 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Ihlenfeldt is holder of the Chair of Machine Tools Development and Adaptive Controls since 2015. In Addition, he is head of the Department of Cyber - Physical Production Systems (CPPS) at the Fraunhofer IWU and member of CIRP. He was born in 1971 in Aschersleben.

10:30-11:15 Trends and experiences in Italy on energy efficiency of machine tools Jeremi Wojcicki, PhD. Eng., Itia-CNR (IT)

Lecture in English 

Jeremi Wójcicki, PhD. Eng. Recipient of Marie Curie Scholarship, in 2017 Obtained a joint doctoral degree in mechanical engineering of AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, Poland, and Politecnico di Milano, in Milan, Italy. Post-doctoral researcher at Itia - National Institute of Industrial Technology and Automation, Milan, specializes in energy efficiency of machine tools, machine tool monitoring and Industry 4.0.

11:15-11:45 Coffee break, refreshments

11:45-12:15 Influence the quality of electricity in energy costs in industry Ing. Jaroslav Smetana, Blue Panther

J. Smetana worked as a designer of electrical networks, followed by the development of special measuring equipment for semiconductor manufacturing at the Research Institute of AS Popov. Since 1992, director and managing director of Blue Panther s.r.o. operating in the field of measuring instruments and measurement and representing Fluke, Elspec and Teledyne LeCroy.

12:15-12:45 Ecodesign in regulated drives, with electric motors - possible way to save energy and minimize dimensions Ing. Naděžda Pavelková, PhD., ABB

N. Pavelková works as a technical support manager in the sales department of electrical drives ABB. Issue EcoDesign is engaged in the design of a suitable drive solutions both in terms of dimensioning and in terms of evaluating the energy savings.

12:45-13:15 Sophisticated high pressure coolant systems while saving energy machining Ing. Milan Hnídek, t-support

The company technology-support s.r.o. works as a product manager for high-pressure cooling ChipBLASTER American manufacturer. Areas of central cooling and filtration systems for machine tools dedicated more than 13 years.

13:15-14:00 Discussion, refreshments, networking

 

 

 

Speakers:

Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

Ing. Jiří Vyroubal

Energy efficiency as a means to increase utility properties machinery

Head of the Department of Cyber - Physical Production Systems (CPPS) at the Fraunhofer IWU and member of CIRP

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Ihlenfeldt

Energy efficient machine tools and production systems


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Director and managing director of Blue Panther s.r.o.

Ing. Jaroslav Smetana

Influence the quality of electricity in energy costs in industry


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PhD., ABB

Ing. Naděžda Pavelková

Ecodesign in regulated drives, with electric motors - possible way to save energy and minimize dimensions


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Circular Economy and Industrial Symbiosis, a new path for manufacturing

19/04/2018 - CRIT Srl, Via Confine, 2310, Vignola – Modena (IT)

In the next decades, the transition to Circular Economy will represent a new paradigm for a sustainable and profitable growth, decoupling economic growth from the use of resource consumption.

The seminar will provide the key elements to understand the new industrial paradigm underneath Circular Economy and its potential applications in the context of manufacturing companies.

Firstly, theoretical principles and aims of Circular Economy will be illustrated by highlighting its role in the European agenda for economic development, and underlining its role as a lever for business management (design, servitization, reverse logistics). Emphasis will be given to the interconnections with the Industry 4.0 development plan and related technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D Printing, Big Data & Analytics, Clouds and digital platforms.

Moreover, an approach to Circular Economy based on life cycle analysis (LCA) will be illustrated. The LCA is one of the main tools for the assessment of resource use and process planning, making it a useful tool for the development of Circular Economy strategies.

Practical case studies will be shown, to demonstrate the feasibility of Circular Economy. In conclusion, a brief summary of the contents emerged during the seminar will be offered, focusing attention on the main actions and possible strategies to be adopted during the transition phase towards Circular Economy new paradigm.

Speakers

IQ Consulting – Marco Perona, Gianmarco Bressanelli

IQ Consulting is a spin-off of the University of Brescia and supports company management in the setting of strategies for the generation of sustainable long-term value, through projects developed in close collaboration with the customer. Thanks to the research activity carried out in collaboration with the RISE (Research and Innovation for Smart Enterprises) Laboratory of the University of Brescia, IQ Consulting has a complete and in-depth knowledge of the industry 4.0 and has developed a dedicated range of services for manufacturing enterprises.

EMC Innovation Lab – Gabriele Matteucci, Daniele Cespi

EMC Innovation Lab offers services in the field of environmental regulations, supporting customers throughout specific Big Data management software tools. The main activities are: consulting for environmental regulations, data validation, environmental authorisations, waste management, by-products and processing wastes recycling, environmental due diligence, eco-efficiency, eco-design, energy saving, sustainability Indexes (e.g. LCA), etc.

Astelav S.r.l. – Riccardo Bertolino

Astelav S.r.l. is one of the leading European companies in the distribution of spare parts for household appliances. Astelav S.r.l. has developed the RIGENERATION project, which proposes innovative aspects related to the Circular Economy through the interception and reconditioning of WEEE.

Climate-KIC – Arianna Cecchi

Climate-KIC is the Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) created in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology that deals with climate change. It operates through a public-private network of companies, universities and research centers, NGOs and public institutions (over 200) on four priority themes: Urban Transitions, Sustainable Land Use, Sustainable Production Systems, Decision Metrics and Finance, In addition, Climate-KIC works on high-level training programs for students, start-ups and innovators.
Climate-KIC is present in Italy with the Climate-KIC Italy branch, based in Bologna, with around 30 partners.

IRIS Technology Solutions – Georgios Chalkias

IRIS Technology Solutions is an advanced engineering company that specialises in real-time process monitoring, control and optimisation. IRIS develops and deploys: online turnkey solutions based on spectral (NIR) and hyperspectral imaging for foreign body detection and chemical composition analysis; data management software with embedded Artificial Intelligence solutions to provide decision support and automate process optimisation. As an enabler for our monitoring solutions, as well as for wider digital transformation in industry, IRIS developsand deploys Industrial SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud) solutions and IT platforms for numerous industry applications. IRIS participates to several EU-funded projects (H2020) focusing on the integration of circular economy and resource efficiency with digital technologies and Industry 4.0 tools and approaches (ProPAT, SHAREBOX, SUPREME and MoniTank projects).

EMC Innovation Lab

Daniele Cecchi

Introduction to Life Cycle Analysis

Astelav S.r.l. and RIGENERATION

Riccardo Bertolino

Circular Economy for the management and reconditioning of WEEE

Climate-KIC

Marina Kovari

The circular economy at the center of the European agenda for economic development

IRIS Technology Solutions, ES

Georgios Chalkias

Industrial Symbiosis and Circular manufacturing strategies for Industry 4.0

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New Technologies and Solutions

The working table aimed to benchmark Italian and German companies in the field of mechatronics technologies. Italian participants (EGICON, EVIDENCE, GHEPI, FNC, NIEW DESIGN, ECCANOSTAMPI, COLOMBO FILIPPETTI, MOTOR POWER COMPANY) presented their activities and approach to CMAB. CMAB was present in behalf of German companies from Baviera and shared interests, technological topics and future development belonging to their companies. CRIT facilitated the discussion.

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ICT- PLM, machine configurators and standardization, Big Data processing

On April 5, 2018 RCMT has organized the first seminar "ICT - PLM, Machine configurators and standardization, Big Data processing" in RCMT, Horská. 

Increasing productivity and reducing costs are key elements for maintaining business competitiveness. The aim of the seminar was to show that combination of data integration and some advanced analytics can have very practical and fruitful results for companies. The workshop was organized with academic and industrial lectures.

Programme

9:00- 9:10 Start Ing. Petr Kolář, Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

9:10- 9:30 Presentation of the NUCLEI and TPSVT project Ing. Jan Smolík, Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

9:30- 9:45 ICT as a tool for improving the utility properties machines Ing. Petr Kolář, Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

9:45-10:30 Big Data-Driven Innovation in Industrial Sectors Dr. Tilman Becker, DFKI

Lecture in English

Dr. Tilman Becker is a senior researcher and project lead at the Intelligent User Interfaces department at DFKI. He received a diploma in Computer Science at RWTH Aachen in 1989 and a Ph.D. from the University of Saarland in 1994. He has been a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Research in Cognitive Science at the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn)

10:30-11:15 Potential use of Big Data technologies in industrial applications Mgr. Václav Jirkovský, CIIRC CTU

Mgr. Václav Jirkovský has practical experience with automation from Siemens IT Solutions and Services and Rockwell Automation. At the present time he is devoted to research of machine learning, cyber-physical systems, big data and their applications for industrial automation CIIRC at CTU. In his presentation shows possibilities of big data on examples from practice.

11:15-11:45 Coffee break, refreshments

11:45-12:15 Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) as a means of data integration of development and production components  Ing. Pavel Burget, Ph.D. Factoria Solutions   

Pavel Burget acts as a leading testbed for CIIRC CTU and at the same time the owner of the company Factoria Solutions. In his lecture indicates the possibility of product lifecycle management (PLM) during the development and production of the product. The center of gravity will be the demonstration of integrated data management solutions for example SW Siemens family.

12:15-12:45  The impacts of the implementation of higher-level systems (MIS / MES) systems management machines and lines Ing. Jan Fibír, PhD., SIDAT

Jan Fibír is actively engaged in industrial automation since the early seventies. He applied their knowledge during his tenure VÚAP and companies Siemens and SIDAT. In his speech will focus on the potential and pitfalls of individual production machines connectivity to superior production management systems.

12:45-13:15 Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) as a means data analysis for cost savings in production David Řehoř, MBA, ABB

David Řehoř, brought his experience in the field of finance to engineering. During his tenure firms ABRA and ABB participated in the development of tools that allow you to get from production systems more data that is then used for the benefit of the company as cost savings. In his lecture will show examples of specific solutions offered by ABB.

13:15-14:00 Discussion, refreshments, networking

 

 

 

 

Speakers: 

Ph.D., RCMT, CTU-FS

Jan Smolík

Introduction of the NUCLEI and TPSVT project

senior researcher and project lead at the Intelligent User Interfaces department at DFK

Dr. Tilman Becker

Big Data-Driven Innovation in Industrial Sectors Dr. Tilman Becker is a senior researcher and project lead at the Intelligent User Interfaces department at DFKI. He received a diploma in computer science at RWTH Aachen in 1989 and a PhD from Saarland University in 1994. He has been a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute for Research in Cognitive Science at the University of Pennsylvania (UPENN)


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Siemens IT Solutions and Services e Rockwell Automation

Mgr. Václav Jirkovský

Potential use of Big Data technologies in industrial applications


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PhD., SIDAT

Ing. Jan Fibír

The impacts of the implementation of higher-level systems (MIS / MES) systems management


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4.0 Tech Meetup

PWR has organized the Working Table "4.0 Tech Meetup" on March 28, 2018 in Warsaw, Poland. 

Politechnika Wrocławska (PWR) was organizing a Tech Meet Up in collaboration with 3YOURMIND, the Polish-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce and the Heart Warsaw. 

4.0 Tech Meetup was a meeting to build a network of company knowledge and relationships. Believing that the most interesting and noble ideas come to mind during conversations with people, the organizers came up with an idea, by gathered in one place, Professional and enthusiasts of new technologies.

The focus was on Industry 4.0 and new manufacturing technologies like 3D Printing. Some renowned speakers, e.g. from 3D Center, VSHAPER, Evatronix, Elmodis, VIX and Bibus Menos, have been invited to share their experience and knowledge regarding the trends in Industry 4.0.

Programme 

17.00 Guest registration 

17.30 Opening of the Meetup - NUCLEI and 3YOURMIND

17.40 Pawel Zakrzewski, GE Aviation / EDC 

17.55 Krzysztof Nowak, 3D Center

18.05 Marcin Szymanski, VSHAPER

18.15 Wojciech Sakowski, Evatronix 

18.25 Adam Komarnicki, Elmodis

18.35 Tomasz Weis, Bibus Menos 

18.45 Mariusz Benna, VIX Automation

18.55 Q&A

19.00-22.00 networking session & refreshments

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Cyberphysical Systems, Big Data Processing and Digital Security in Industry 4.0 driven Manufacturing

The seminar was a part of the Academia-Industry Matching Event on the Mutual Impact of Industry 4.0 and High-Energy Physics which was organized by HepTech based in CERN, Geneva, and Technical University Kosice and Cluster AT+R. This professional seminar was focused on the issues in the area of cyberphysical systems and big data in application for Industry 4.0 with links to knowledge and results of research projects. During the seminar various application solutions were presented both directly in industry or in the area of R&D support.

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Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) and ergonomics

The open seminar Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) and ergonomics, part of the series titled Digital transformation for a human-centred industry 4.0, has been organized by t2i in Treviso on Thu 8, Feb 2018.

 

 

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speakers

31

companies

24

expressions of interest

Video report:

President at Anodica Trevigiana and t2iscarl

Giorgio Zanchetta

MANUFACTURERS NEED TO EVALUATE THE USE OF COLLABORATIVE ROBOTS ON THE BASE OF A CUSTOMIZED SOLUTION BESIDE COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS

Associate Partner Operations at PwC Italia

Ivan Lavatelli

DIAGNOSIS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT IN 5 AREAS: PRODUCTIVITY, ERGONOMY, ORGANIZATION, INDUSTRY 4.0, OPERATING MODEL

Professor at UNIPD and Founder at IT+Robotics

Emanuele Menegatti

SMART 3D VISION FOR DETAILED AND ACCURATE ROBOT PERCEPTION OF HUMANS IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT

Group Manager Software Engineering and System Integration at Fraunhofer IPA

Mirko Bordignon

THE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY STACKS OF THE FUTURE WILL LEVERAGE OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE AND STANDARDS LIKE ROS- INDUSTRIAL

Specialista Produttività, Ricerca e Innovazione at CentroRicercheFiat

Alessandro Zanella

RESEARCH AND FACTORY INNOVATION IN AUTOMATION, PROCESS FLEXIBILITY, LOGISTICS, ERGONOMICS, COBOTS, POWERED EXOSKELETONS

Researcher of Intelligent and Autonomous Robot Systems group at ITIA CNR

Loris Roveda

USE OF LIGHTWEIGHT MANIPULATORS TO EMPOWER HUMAN'S CAPABILITIES IN HEAVY/ONEROUS TASKS EXECUTION

 

Managing director at t2i

Roberto Santolamazza

A HUMAN CENTRIC APPROACH EMPOWERS OPERATORS’ SKILL IN HRC WORKCELLS BUT ALSO IN THE OPTIMIZATION OF SUCH SOLUTIONS

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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

17

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.

 

crowdfunding.pl

Karol Król

Introduction to OI 2.0 - crowdfunding and crowdsourcing in business

t2i technology transfer and innovation

Marco Battistella

Scouting innovation results for knowledge sourcing and collaboration with experts.

 

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