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Mastering business innovation: Co-creation takes off at Heathrow

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Organizations need to continue to innovate in order to thrive, particularly in a disruptive market with new entrants and increased competition. Increasingly this requires the development and trialing of new ways of working rather than off the shelf solutions. Heathrow Airports Limited (HAL) is a successful business that understands how to co-create with partners in order to help innovate and grow. In this session, HAL and Fujitsu tell the story of how organizations and technology partners can work together to test new thinking and address challenges that are indelibly linked to business strategy and commercial value. This requires a commitment for a new style of customer/supplier relationship, a framework for co-creation and access to a blend of business and technology expertise.
Speaker: Robin Gissing
Joachim Box
Camilo Mesias

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Mastering business innovation: Co-creation takes off at Heathrow

  1. 1. 0 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Fujitsu Forum 2017 #FujitsuForum
  2. 2. 1 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Mastering business innovation: Co-creation takes off at Heathrow Robin Gissing Innovation Technologist, IT Futures, Heathrow Airports Limited Joachim Box Head of Innovation & Co-creation Fujitsu EMEIA Camilo Mesias Fujitsu Distinguished Engineer, Principal Engineer, Networks and Telecoms Solutions
  3. 3. 2 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Mastering Business Innovation Mastering Wellbeing & Compliance Mastering Customer Experience Enabling Digital 2 Achieving successful Digital Transformation Mastering Enterprise Productivity Shaping a better future - together Experience moments that matter Operational excellence through new ways of working Protecting people, reputations and revenues
  4. 4. 3 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Mastering Business Innovation
  5. 5. 4 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU What we mean by “Co-creation” Digital co-creation happens when “multiple perspectives are brought together with digital technology by Fujitsu to create transformational outcomes”. Where:  Multiple Perspectives = an evolving ecosystem of inputs, including research bodies, academia, start-ups, end users plus of course customers, partners and Fujitsu (working across conventional industry sectors)  Digital Technology = based on our ‘Connected Services’ (AI, IoT, cloud, security)  By Fujitsu = Fujitsu is at the heart of this process, bringing together these elements  Transformational Outcomes = the result is the creation of completely new processes, solutions and ultimately new value for business and society While in the past, IT supported business processes, it is now about changing and disrupting the core processes themselves - rethinking these processes based on new digital technology.
  6. 6. 5 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Headline types of Co-creation Develop and jointly commercialize IP Co-create to fix an issue/challenge Co-creation within Eco-System What they share: • Addressing something important linked to business strategy • Partnership based - not about responding to a set of requirements
  7. 7. 6 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Co-creation more likely in this space Buy in innovation service 3rd Party One time engagement (repeatable) with one/many organizations around a challenge or problem Semi-formal partnership with joint sponsorship, investment and agreed priorities Innovation as a Service Co-creation around an issue or challenge Co-creation Partner If it’s a ‘one off’ and too much focus placed on immediate results, no room to explore Commercial Partner Formal partnership jointly create IP to take to market Great for kick-starting and getting skilled resources No skin in the game so once 3rd party leaves momentum can be lost and projects stall Tests appetite, reduces risks and a good way experiment with external organizations If financial and innovation process too rigid, innovation won’t thrive Both parties have skin in the game and an agreed focus Financial pressure to achieve results means more rigid governance and less exploration Both parties have skin in the game and an agreed focus B2B Relationships for Co-creation
  8. 8. 7 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Working together with Heathrow Airports Limited A Co-creation Story
  9. 9. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential • 74,900,000 passengers • 24/7/365 operation • 1,227 hectares • 80 airlines • 2 runways • 98.2% utilisation • 76,500 staff • 185 destinations • 84 countries flown to • 900+ organisations
  10. 10. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Innovation Goals Reach out to SMEs and start-up organisations in innovation and technology sectors Deliver a step-change in experience or service through new processes and technologies
  11. 11. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Challenge Collection The challenges are then fed into our innovation process We speak to people across the business to find the business challenges that really matter to them & the business
  12. 12. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Innovation & Mobility Process
  13. 13. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Historic Challenge Themes Passenger Experience Flow Shops and Restaurants Way-finding Asset Tracking Baggage Security Operational Resilience Operational Efficiency Construction Passenger Information Sustainability Data
  14. 14. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Heathrow 2.0 • Our Heathrow 2.0 sustainability strategy is a landmark in our company’s history. • As our global population grows, and more and more people are lifted out of poverty, demand for flights is also growing rapidly. • Heathrow’s plan is to expand to meet demand in a way that creates a positive impact on our community, environment, and economy.
  15. 15. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Engine Noise Detection As… an Emissions Strategy Lead I want… to know when a specific type of engine noise is being heard on the aircraft stand So that… we can collect better data around airfield emissions and lower CO2 and NOx emissions It needs to… not interfere with the plane in any way, and not have a negative impact on safety Sustainability Collect – The Business Challenge
  16. 16. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Amplify – Moving towards a trial • We took the challenge to the Fujitsu Distinguished Engineer Community • The ideation resulted in many ideas being generated by large FDE Community • Working with the challenge owner we planned the next phase • Timing was key to this
  17. 17. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Prove – What we did • Sensor built using off the shelf components at low cost • Heathrow private LTE • Mounted to stand lamp post • Connected to Fujitsu K5 Cloud • Data analytics and dashboard provided
  18. 18. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Prove - Experimentation • 2nd visit with a battery powered prototype • Additionally allowed us to survey mounting locations • Recordings of aircraft on the airfield • Recordings used to tune a prototype
  19. 19. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Prove - Working Together Having Fujitsu staff with airside passes and knowledge of the airport helped a lot. We worked as a single team to baseline and provide positive correlation of the data
  20. 20. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Prove - Results We estimate that it could achieve savings of 12 tonnes of CO2 and 4% reduction in NOx per year. • Trialled in 2 locations • We achieved a total run time accuracy over the trial of approximately 70% • This resulted in much more data than the 1% of movements currently recorded.
  21. 21. Classification: Confidential Classification: Confidential Smith, John SearchmyAura…Dashboard | Reporting | Airline Status | Settings Terminal & Stand Overview T1 N/A T3 Terminal 3 T4 Terminal 4 T5 Terminal 5T2 Terminal 2 SearchmyAura… Stand Status Summary Terminal 5 Realtime Overview Use Over Threshold Use Near Threshold Use within Threshold Stand Vacant1 2 9 1 4 1 1 Select a stand to view details Historical Usage Last 6 hours  Key Terminal Information Aircraft breaking engine usage limits Down 12%on last24 hours9 Average stand decibel level Up3% on last24 hours 68 Average stand temperature level (‘C) Up3% on previous24hours 13 Fujitsu are currently working on the back end so we can get a running start when approved to roll out Currently exploring the data possibilities at Heathrow. Building the business case for further roll out. Realise – What’s next?
  22. 22. 21 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Some final thoughts
  23. 23. 22 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Co-creation conditions for success  There is a strategic imperative to be solved/supported  The activity is purposeful, action led and focused  Both parties can share their experience and knowledge (business and technology)  Rapid engagement model led by Co-creation experts  Encourages creative and diverse thinking  Ability to work quickly  Remove hurdles to investment  Commercial and legal models both parties can agree  Partners remain committed throughout
  24. 24. 23 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU Typical characteristics of successful Co-creation projects  Stages of a Co-creation project include:  Ideas, Concept Design, Solution Delivery  At least 2 of these should be collaborative  There is also a willingness to experiment, try things out and work together to refine
  25. 25. 24 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU No business can act alone in the digital world Co-creation speeds change Our Approach: Co-creation
  26. 26. 25 © Copyright 2017 FUJITSU25 Let us help you get there Capability Assessment Case for Change Outline Vision and Roadmap Enabling Digital Detailed Vision and Roadmap Current maturity compared to the industry Vision statement and high level roadmap for digital opportunities Detailed roadmap to guide investment and articulate how the vision can be delivered Outline business case to deliver the vision and roadmap
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