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I3Hub

Proposal for I3Hub in 2015

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I3Hub

  1. 1. www.csiro.au The i3Hub Industrial Internet Innovation Hub
  2. 2. Digital Disruption Expansion of Manufacturing Volume and Complexity for New Consumers • Global industrial production grows by 3% per year • Tier 1 suppliers are seeking to de-risk their supply chain (larger companies) • By 2025 4.2 billon consumers that will desire different products • Mass customization rather than mass production • Advances in Robotics and IoT technology • Industrial Internet / Industry 4.0
  3. 3. Industrial Internet Adoption Path
  4. 4. Industry Consultation 4 | • Industry Interviews • 5 locations in Australia • 70 high performing manufacturing companies • Cross-section through all areas of manufacturing • Manufacturing companies (in general) do not: • have digital strategies • understand business models enabled by digital • know how to take advantage of IoT • Others countries • Germany: 80 % of value chains digitised by 2020
  5. 5. i3Hub Vision “The i3 Hub will develop Australia into a leading market and supplier of Industrial Internet Technology. It will achieve this through assisting companies in the development of global inter-company value chains and networks and the vertical integration of flexible (manufacturing) systems. It will also facilitate digital end-to-end engineering across the entire value chain (iManufacturing).”
  6. 6. i3Hub Mission To inspire and transform Australian businesses, CSIRO will create a connected innovation marketplace where our customers and partners will collaborate and experience what is possible today and what are the potential futures associated with the industrial internet. Engagements • Industrial Internet Consortium • ROS Industrial (Robotic Operation Systems) • OpenIoT and AU2EU (security and trust) • IMCRC – Innovative Manufacturing CRC • AMGC – Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre's
  7. 7. i3Hub Strategy i3Hub will be an independent, not-for-profit industrial internet innovation hub with the objective to improve Australia’s global competitiveness by inspiring and transforming Australian businesses through the use of the industrial internet i3Hub will connect CSIRO, government, industry, academia, tech providers and early stage companies to create a national presence for Australian businesses to participate in the global industrial internet ecosystem
  8. 8. i3Hub Roadmap – Phase One Completed • July 2015 i3Hub concept team formed, CSIRO and MPT Innovation Group • September 2015, initial external consultations at RoboBusiness in San Jose • October 2015, Boeing Seattle • October 2015, Consultation Workshop, Sydney attended by Manufacturing Growth Centre, Telstra, Intel, GE and Cisco • December 2015, Consultation Workshop, Melbourne attended by SMEs, mid tier companies and Victorian Govt In Planning • 17 March 2016 Consultation Workshop, Sydney • 14 April 2016 Consultation Workshop, Brisbane • May 2016 Launch of i3Hub at Manufacturing Week, Sydney i3 Hub Phase One – Concept (2015-16) Phase Two – Incubation (2016-17) Phase Three – Implementation (2017-18)
  9. 9. i3Hub Roadmap – Phase Two Critical Mass Established • Target two domains and secure support of industry growth centres • Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre • METS Growth Centre (Mining Equipment, Technology and Services Growth Centre) • Secure initial members e.g. Telstra, Intel, GE and Cisco • Develop and implement work program of industry forums and research • Investigate additional domains • Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Growth Centre • Food Innovation Australia Ltd (Food and Agribusiness Growth Centre) • Medical Technologies and Pharmaceuticals Growth Centre i3 Hub Phase One – Concept (2015-16) Phase Two – Incubation (2016-17) Phase Three – Implementation (2017-18)
  10. 10. i3Hub Roadmap – Phase Three Business Model Established • i3 Hub registered as an independent not-for-profit company • CSIRO contributes $3m cash plus in-kind for three year period 2016-18, with a further two year option • Management team drawn in from CSIRO and MPT Innovation Group • Board Members and Advisory Panel • Sustainable funding path identified through business memberships, projects and applications to state government grant programs inc: • Advance Queensland $180m fund • LaunchVic $60m fund i3 Hub Phase One – Concept (2015-16) Phase Two – Incubation (2016-17) Phase Three – Implementation (2017-18)
  11. 11. i3Hub Activities
  12. 12. i3Hub Think: The Network MVP: Capability Discovery Across Network
  13. 13. Think - Partner Business Model INVESTOR/ACCELERATOR TIER I TECH PROVIDER TIER II/III TECH PROVIDER RESEARCH PROVIDER Offer • Precuration of companies • Pipeline of opportunities • Boilerplate agreements • Beauty parade • Home for cohort graduates • Ability to incubate companies • Industrial internet specific (incubator for II tech) • Exposure • Uptake • demos@scale • Opportunity to build other demos • Opportunity pipeline • Access to network • Access to tier II tech providers • Access to govt orgs and policy • Access to research providers • Exposure • Uptake • demos@scale • Opportunity to build other demos • Opportunity pipeline • Access to network • Access to tier II tech providers • Access to govt orgs and policy • Access to research providers • Access to complementary tier II/III providers • Hackathons • Community • Capability • Exposure/uptake • Opportunity pipeline • Facilities • Job/project board • Student/postdoc market place • Access to industry experts • Customers Ask • “just be partners” • Business mentoring • Selection guaranteed to be incubated for 12 months • Demo kit • Demo scenarios • “Biz Spark Programme” • Access to IP • Access to Experts • Contribution to outreach (sponshorship) • Demo kit • Demo scenarios • “Biz Spark Programme” • Access to IP • Access to Experts • Contribution to outreach (sponshorship) • Access to capability/talent (students. Staff) • IP exposure/contribution • Participation in and sponsorship of outreach • Access to facilities • Customers (ARC linkage) Presentation title | Presenter name13 |
  14. 14. Think – Partner Business Model FED STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT TAFE GROWTH CENTRES (IM)CRC Offer • Better commercialisation/mar ket validation • Metrics on involvements • International participation in IoT • Access to pipeline • Thought leadership/policy advice • Trusted advisor • Leverage investments • Whole of system focus for CSIRO • Demos • Access to experts • Access to facilities • Exposure • Access to exports • Curriculum development assistance • Researcher in TAFE • Placement board • Skilling/training teams • Virtual access to regional TAFE • Funnel companies to Growth Centre • Capability Discovery i3 Hub • Exposure • Funnel companies to IMCRC • Capability Discovery i3 Hub • ARC Linkage Grants • Portal Links • Exposure Ask • I3 Hub Funding/in kind • Shaping policy • Promotion (Local /int) • Policy experts • Relationship manager • Participation • Students • Some sponsorship for out reach events • In-Kind for outreach • Funnel companies to i3 Hub • Capability discovery Growth Centre • Shared outreach events • In-Kind for outreach • Funnel companies to i3 Hub • Capability discovery IMCRC • ARC linkage grants • Portal links • Shared outreach events • Program 4 tools Presentation title | Presenter name14 |
  15. 15. i3Hub Play – Connected Facilities QCAT Guardian Perth (Oil Gas) Lindfield Sydney Clayton Lab22 • Connect Research Facilities as Nodes to the Hub • Invite external facilities to provide Nodes to the Hub • Provide expertise & training at each Node • Develop Common Specification of Infrastructure • Tele-Presence between and within Nodes – Mobile Technology / Wearable Technology • Situational Awareness – Tracking / 3D Mapping / State, Modeling and Risk • Capability Discovery – Communications / Networking • Outcomes • Better factory visibility • Better supply chain visibility • Better HSE outcomes • Better resource management
  16. 16. Proposed i3HUB Nodes ATP Lab22 Guardian Perth
  17. 17. CSIRO – Digital Productivity Flagship
  18. 18. i3Hub Guardian Facilities at QCAT Guardian Managed Work Zone Manufacturing Work Zone Situational Wall Remote Management
  19. 19. i3Hub Do – Co-Create FREE SUBSCRIPTION PROJECT BASED CO-INVEST WITH OPERATIONS JOINT VENTURE SPIN OFF Free + Subscription + Project Based + Co-Invest + Subscription + • Product Manager • Seminars • Workshops • Verticals not capability focussed • Portal • Community • Affiliation • Matchmaki ng • Data sheets • Networks • CSIRO rents at other facilities & lets out space • Visibility • Mtg rooms • Infrastructure • IP access • Office & lab infrastructure at CSIRO • Access to investors/sectors • Deals • Co-location with CSIRO (ADDRESS) • CSIRO researchers in project • Set dates/ timeframe • License rights to members’ BIP • Fast start legal • License rights to FIP • Ausindustry networks • Commercialisati on mentoring • Insurance • Intro to PE or VC/pitch sessions • Strategic partnership • Steering committee • Access to members’ IP • Beneficial ownership rights to FIP • Multiyear • Major projects to programme • Board oversight & governance • Mgmnt team • Investment advisory cttee • Shared license royalties • Sustainable bus models • Sustainable bus dev capability • CSIRO infrastructure • Subsidised rent • Pipeline of early stage IP • Access to early stage researchers & interns • CSIRO showcase of spin-offs • CSIRO equity /shareholder • CSIRO second/ support for key staff • Research capability • OEM • Clarity around IP portfolio Presentation title | Presenter name19 |
  20. 20. i3Hub Development Timelines I3 Hub Further Development | Dr Nico Adams20 | i3 Hub iManufacturing Research 2013/ 2014 CSIRO TCP Research • Smart Apples • iManufacturing Paper • ICT in manufacturing industry consultations 2015 i3 Hub Conception • Development of business model hypotheses • Validation with stakeholders 2016 - 2019 i3 Hub incubation and Beyond
  21. 21. i3 Hub Development Timelines I3 Hub further development| Dr Nico Adams21 | Dec 2016 Jan 2016 Jan – March 2016 Industry Consultation • Melbourne • Sydney • Brisbane Jul – Dec 2016L: Incubation MVP Development • Technical Development • Website/”Portal” • Combination of AAYS/Ribit tailored to II for capability discovery • Research Development • Semantic descriptions for capability (people/projects/IP) • Levers to positively influence information sharing in Australian business • Business Development • Membership Terms for Network • Membership Agreements • Information/Data Transfer Agreements and Ethics • Negotiate with initial set of partners to set up network and fill with content • Develop engagement schedule Transfer of IP and People • transferring IP (AAYS/Ribit) to i3 Hub • Transferring FTE to i3 Hub Definition of Projects in Dev/Incubation Phase April 2016 Decision on Incubation • Budget allocation • 1 yr
  22. 22. iManufacturing Presentation title | Presenter name22 |
  23. 23. Relationships CRC OREMETS GC • High Performance Workplace • Business Transformation i3Hub •Industrial Internet Innovation HUB IMCRC •Innovative Manufacturing CRC AMGC •Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre Companies Projects
  24. 24. History Presentation title | Presenter name24 |
  25. 25. www.csiro.au Thank you

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