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Gateone y Smarter-SI - Kepa Mayora - IK4-Ikerlan

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Presentación de Kepa Mayora, de IK4-Ikerlan, sobre los proyectos Gateone y Smarter-SI: estrategias para que las pymes lancen nuevos productos partiendo de desarrollos previos en Centros Tecnológicos Infoday HORIZONTE 2020: Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación celebrado el 15 de diciembre de 2016 en la sede de Mondragón de IK4-Ikerlan.

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Gateone y Smarter-SI - Kepa Mayora - IK4-Ikerlan

  1. 1. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Ikerlan denon eta denontzako proiektua ©2016 IKERLAN. All rights reserved GATEONE y SMARTER-SI Estrategias para que las PYMES lancen nuevos productos partiendo de desarrollos previos en los CCTT
  2. 2. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 GATEONE y SMARTER-SI Estrategias para que las PYMES lancen nuevos productos partiendo de desarrollos previos en los CCTT  Part of the Smart Anything Everywhere initiative  Innovation action under the Horizon 2020 program  Promote the adoption of Smart Technologies and Smart Systems by SME
  3. 3. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Contenido 1. Proceso seguido en GATEONE 2. Proceso seguido en SMARTER-SI 3. Ejemplo-1 de colaboración en GATEONE 4. Ejemplo-2 de colaboración en GATEONE 5. Ejemplo de colaboración en SMARTER-SI 6. Conclusiones GATEONE y SMARTER-SI
  4. 4. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016
  5. 5. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 First milestone in the SME innovation cycle SME tests new technologies and solutions without financial investment If the test results fit with their expectations in terms of innovation, SME can then engage further collaborations with technology holders There is no ties attached. The goal is that the SME has a better understanding of the technology capability SMEs under Gateone framework Access to unique portfolio of smart solutions
  6. 6. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Test a new concept for small lot production Cooperative Foundry Concept. RTOs have built components/parts of systems, i.e. building blocks, which are available and characterised by their high Technology Readiness Level (TRL). Combine these building blocks in so-called Application Experiments (AEs), creating innovative Smart Systems which serve SMEs' needs. Four preselected AEs Adjustment of building blocks System integration and testing Manufacturing of small lots Acquisition of new ideas Selection of seven additional AEs Adjustment of building blocks System integration and testing Manufacturing of small lots Catalogue of Building Blocks Internal learning loops Joint manufacturing infrastructure Cooperative Foundry Cooperative Foundry Innovation by Cooperation in Manufacturing SMEs under Smarter-SI framework
  7. 7. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 How building blocks fit together in Smarter-SI approach software and user interfaceelectronics fluorescence optical reader fluidic management system integrationmicrofluidic cartridge immunoassay microarray spotting building blocks system integration Example: Point-of-care Testing Device
  8. 8. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Example: Demonstrator named Ubeesense SME beneficiary: Laulagun bearings RTO that contribute: Ikerlan  The RTO, Ikerlan, has already developed a prototype that could fit, with small adaptation, in the use case identified by Laulagun.  The collaboration is directly between Ikerlan and Laulagun. Ikerlan has a limited budget to adapt the existing prototype to fulfill, as much as possible, the requirements. This modifications take around 4-5 months, then, Laulagun tests the device along 3 months  The solution provided by Ikerlan intends to validate a product concept. In case the test phase done by Laulagun covers his expectations, further development, not covered by Gateone, is expected to happen. The Objective Monitoring of bearings for wind turbines Use case in a Gateone Demonstrator
  9. 9. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Consists of a sensor node and a concentrator. The sensor node performs measurements and sends the data wirelessly to the concentrator which is connected to a PC for data visualization. Includes: •Control electronics: 3 PCB layers(signal conditioning/data processing/RF comm.) • Sensors: accelerometer, strain gage and temperature. •A housing for the sensor node. •A concentrator for wireless signal acquisition and USB connection to a PC. •A software code to modify sensing parameters and visualizing the results Tests performed in the Test Center of Laulagun Bearings, show that the wireless signal is transmitted from inside the rotor hub, where the sensor node is located and monitors the state of the bearings, to outside the structure, where the concentrator is located Technical achivement Inside the hub, when the pitch is moving Temperature measurements at different locations of the hub
  10. 10. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 The demostrator includes: A thermocycler, hotplate size 1x1cm on flexible PCB ESE-LOG 2-wavelength fluorescence unit Control electronics (PCB) USB connection to a PC and connection to mains An interface for thermocycling and detection settings Use case in a Gateone Demonstrator Test showing Fluorescence data with Alphasip protocol It is a subpart of the whole system. Performs thermal cycling(RT-100ºC) to a single microchamber(10ml). Allows the company to adapt the in-tube parameters to the microchamber and optimize its yield Example: Demonstrator named Microthermos. SME beneficiary: Alphasip. The Objective Test a rapid microthermal concept
  11. 11. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Example: AE named Clutsen. SME beneficiary: Goizper. RTOs that contribute: Ikerlan(IKL) and Hahn-Schickard(HS)  HS contributes in energy harvesting and low power communication.  IKL contributes in sensors and signal conditioning, embedded electronics and packaging.  The partners need to collaborate in a common planning, typically 2years, and adapt their technology(building blocks) in order to fulfill final development requirements.  The solution is clearly product oriented and finishing level of an industrial prototype.  RTO partners commit that they have manufacturing capacity to respond to first and limited number of samples from the SME. The Objective Monitor the wear of clutch-brake pads and measure maximum temperature at friction point while clutching. Features: Sensor integration in a wheel ensuring direct measurement; Low power electronics; Energy harvesting and Wireless data transfer Use case in Smarter-SI Application Experiment(AE)
  12. 12. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Product/Market key questions Which product do the RTOs offer? Wireless sensor integrating temperature and distance measurements. What do the companies need? Monitor the temperature and wear of clutch-brake pads to ensure optimum use of the brake and anticipate maintenance What is the main application or use case? Add self-monitoring capability to the current cluth-brake product, which is a key solution in big machinery in different sectors, in order to avoid mechanical damage in the clutch-brake body and reduce maintenance costs What is the market objective? Strengthen market position and share through this innovation. Provide clutch brakes for sectors such as cutting and metal shaping with presses, shears, servo presses, folders, lifting equipment Use case in Smarter-SI Application Experiment(AE)
  13. 13. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Apoyo a la empresa en su estrategia de innovación(Smartizacion) Selección de aquellas apuestas con producto y mercado identificado Financia, en diferente medida, las apuestas de las empresas Resuelve o identifica la futura fabricación del producto En la solución dispone de las aportaciones de diferentes centros europeos Conclusiones  Horizont 2020, ICT-2014-1  GA-No 644596  01.02.2015 – 31.01.2018  5.3 M€ EU funding  15 Partners(6 core partners)  Horizont 2020, ICT-2014-1  Project ID: 644856  Duration: 36 months  EU Contribution: 5.3 M€  9 partners
  14. 14. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 Eskerrik asko! www.smarter-si.eu The H2020 projects SMARTER-SI and GATEONE are part of the SmartAnythingEverywhere Initiative of the European Commission www.gateone-project.eu IK4-Ikerlan Kepa Mayora Phone: + 34 943 712400 E-Mail: kmayora@ikerlan.es https://smartanythingeverywhere.eu/
  15. 15. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 www.ikerlan.es IKERLAN - GARAIA Polo de Innovación Garaia C/ Goiru , 9 20500 Arrasate-Mondragón IKERLAN - MIÑANO Parque tecnológico de Álava, C/ Juan de la Cierva, 1 01510 Miñano IKERLAN - GALARRETA Pol. Industrial Galarreta, Parcela 10.5, Edificio A3 20120 Hernani IKERLAN - OLANDIXO Pº. J. Mª. Arizmendiarrieta, 2 20500 Arrasate-Mondragón Tel.: 943 71 24 00 Fax: 943 79 69 44
  16. 16. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016
  17. 17. © COPYRIGHT IKERLAN 2016 INFODAY ICT-2017 Arrasate-15/12/2016 SMARTER-SI at a glance © SMARTER-SI 2016 Speaker, Event, Date • Objective: Small lot manufacturing of Smart Systems for SMEs • Concept: Cooperative Foundry Model (CFM) • 15 RTOs and SMEs offer more than 30 components and subsystems (Building Blocks); developed and validated in former RTD projects • to be combined for novel smart systems • no extra R&D work, only for adjustments and interfaces • 11 Application Experiments (AEs) to prove concept • Funding: 5.3 M€

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