- Schwabe, O., Schneider, L., Almeida N., Salvado, A.F. (2019) A Framework for Accelerating Innovation through Innovation Webs. Proceedings of the International Conference on Automation Innovation in Construction, Leiria, Portugal.
- Schwabe, O., Bilge, P., Hoessler, A., Tunc, T., Gaspar, D., Price, N., Sharir, L., Pasher, P., Erkoyuncu, J.A., Almeida, N. Formica, P., Schneider, S., Dietrich, F., Shehab, E. (2020) A Maturity Model for Rapid Diffusion of Innovation in High Value Manufacturing. CIRPe 2020 – 8th CIRP Global Web Conference – Flexible Mass Customization
- PDF Invitation and Agenda Inaugural Round Table Wednesday January 22nd, 2020 (Zweibrücken, Germany)
- PDF Invitation and Agenda Inaugural Training Day Thursday January 23rd, 2020 (Zweibrücken, Germany)
- PDF “The Innovation Journey” Stage “Play in a Day”
- Business Invitation to ENTOV-HVM Proposal for Horizon Europe Innovation Action SU-DS03-2019-2020 “Towards “Instant” Deep Diffusion of Actual and Real-Time Cyber Safety Solutions through the Complete Extended Supply Networks of “Late Majority” High Value Manufacturing SMEs & MEs” PDF and MS Word
- PDF Presentation of the ENTOV-HVM Effort (7 September 2019) ENTOV-HVM “What If…”
- PDF Presentation of Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance Proposal (Version 11 Sep 2019) ADI-HVM “What if…”
- PPT Presentation of ENTOV-HVM Proposal for Horizon Europe Innovation Action SU-DS03-2019-2020 “Towards “Instant” Deep Diffusion of Actual and Real-Time Cyber Safety Solutions through the Complete Extended Supply Networks of “Late Majority” High Value Manufacturing SMEs & MEs” (Version 1 on 21 June 2020, Version 2 on 4 July 2020, Version 3 on 23 July 2020)
- Final Version of the COST Proposal (28 August 2019) “Open European Network for ENTerprise InnOVation in High Value Manufacturing” OC-2019-1-23678
- Final Version of the Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance Proposal (22 February 2020) “European Knowledge Alliance for Accelerating the Diffusion of Innovation in High Value Manufacturing Ecosystems (ADI-HVM)” 621364-EPP-1-2020-1-UK-EPPKA2-KA
- EIT Manufacturing Proposal “ECARDINALE”
– An ENTOV-HVM Proposal to the EIT Manufacturing Proposal to “Enable the CApability for Rapid Diffusion of Innovation in High Value Manufacturing” and an example accredited online course. (Versions: 3 March 2020, 7 March 2020, 16 March 2020)
- Final Version of the H2020 RIA Proposal (28 August 2020) “ACT-FAST. ACCELERATING DEEP DIFFUSION OF DIGITAL SECURITY SOLUTIONS IN HIGH VALUE MANUFACTURING (S)ME ECOSYSTEMS.”
- Case Study 1: “Winning the Bid” – “Jack works for a medium sized aerospace OEM and is responsible for an internal facility manufacturing various components in an 18 shift pattern with 1,000 shopfloor and 400 office staff. The facility is bidding against five other internal and three external facilities for an internal long term contract to manufacture components for a new product. The sourcing decision will be made based on the lowest cost proposal and Jack suspects he needs to reduce his initially estimated cost by 50%. The only way to master this challenge is to implement a new manufacturing method of 150 operations across 45 machine types and special processes supported by new IT systems within 3 months of winning the contract and at a cost of 20% of the current proposal. In the past similar changes have taken at least 5 years and cost at least three times the initially proposed cost. If his facility does not win the contract, Jack expects that he will need to reduce 30% of his shopfloor and office staff immediately and the future of the facility as a whole is threatened. Jack has heard of a new method called “innovation” webs to massively reduce the time (and thus costs) of designing, developing, implementing and diffusing the needed manufacturing methods and IT systems. Jack has asked you to advise him of what he needs to consider in order to implement the “innovation web” approach for mastering the challenge described. After a discussion with a colleague of Jack at another facility you have prepared the map of a similar previous challenge that was resolved at another facility.” Full case study available HERE.
- Case Study 2: “Implementing the Digital System” – “Jessy works for a medium sized aerospace OEM and is responsible for the digital manufacturing systems of internal facility manufacturing various components in an 18 shift pattern with 1,000 shopfloor and 400 office staff. 435 machines are operated to produce 800 unique parts and the facility makes an annual turnover of €300M. As part of their digital transformation efforts and in preparing for a new product the facility has gained significant funding to deploy a new manufacturing execution system and key systems integrated with this (i.e. quality and DNC code distribution / management) including the needed shop floor / facility infrastructure and data migrations. The systems must be implemented within the next 9 months and the board of the company has signalled that there will be no additional budget. The project is part of a larger programme refreshing the digital manufacturing estate of 24 facilities distributed globally. 10 facilities in other countries have already been transformed and there is a central team at the mother company providing guidance and governance. Experienced resources are limited and the projects typically need to assign significant portions of the work to a variety of sub-sub-contractors who will then also assume service and support of the implemented systems. Experience has also shown that significant resources from the business community are needed in order to transfer business processes into the new digital systems landscape. Jessy has asked you to advise her of what she needs to consider in order to implement the “innovation web” approach for mastering the challenge described. After a discussion with a colleague of Jessy at another facility you have prepared the map of a similar previous challenge that was resolved at another facility.” Full case study available HERE.