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An overview of the Industrial Revolution and how maker space fits into exploring the new business opportunities arising. Robots, 3D printing, Internet of Things, artificial intelligens and cloud computing accelerating each other into new industries.

An overview of the Industrial Revolution and how maker space fits into exploring the new business opportunities arising. Robots, 3D printing, Internet of Things, artificial intelligens and cloud computing accelerating each other into new industries.

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  2. 2. Creator • Get a broad picture of what is happening in the industry • Which jobs will be created and which will disappear • Understand what a Maker Space is and why a region needs different kinds of them In next 30 minutes you will:
  3. 3. Creator The Industrial Revolution was the transition to new manufacturing processes and it marks a major turning point in history.
  4. 4. Creator Industry 4.0 fourth industrial revolution
  5. 5. Creator Manifacturing has seen three great inovations since the start of the Industrial Revolution in 18th century Mobilised the mechanization of production using water and steam power The 1st industrial revolution The 2nd industrial revolution The 3rd industrial revolution Introduced mass production with the help of electric power Use of electronics and IT to further automate production The 4th industrial revolution Based on cyber-physical systemes 1784 1870 1969 ?
  6. 6. Creator 4th revolution 3rd revolution 2nd revolution Evolved to 2nd Industrial revolution has access to electricity 83% has access to computers and internet 40% A very small percentage has access to cyber-physical systemes 1st revolution 100% 0,1% The second and third industrial revolutions have still not reached the whole globe we need to actively shape the workplace to be a part of the next revolution
  7. 7. Creator Progress of industrial revolutions over the years 1st revolution 2nd revolution 3rd revolution 4th revolution
  8. 8. Creator The new Industrial Revolution interacts between humans and technology It will bring together advanced technologies in data analytics, the Internet of Things (IOT), and artificial intelligence. The digital and physical world will merge to create a new kind of enterprise that uses adaptive intelligence to achieve unprecedented levels of efficency.
  9. 9. Creator Smart systems - homes, factories, farms, grids or entire cities - will help tackle problems ranging from supply chain management to climate change.
  10. 10. Creator Five key trends that drives the revolution
  11. 11. Creator 1. Internet of things Internet conected sensors embeded in products collect data about them and sorounding enviroment, enabling production and supply chains to operate with maximum efficiency.
  12. 12. Creator 2. Cloud computing Cloud storage accomondates massive volumes of data collected by IOT systems.Data analasys leades to smarter business decisions and drives innovation.
  13. 13. Creator 3. Advanced Robotics Robots work alongside people to perform complex tasks and free up workers for operational and strategic decisions.
  14. 14. Creator 4. Artificial intelligence Machines respond to incoming data patterns, adjusting direction or output to the situation at hand. When fully implemented, the techonogy will drive enormous cost and energy savings.
  15. 15. Creator 5. 3D Printing Priniging technology couples design software with new manufacturing techniques to quickly produce intricate, custom products more cheaply
  16. 16. Creator Top 5 reasons why Industry 4.0 Is relevant and important 1.It eases current challenges for manufacturers. The digitalization of the whole product lifecycle will allow companies to use data from production, service, and social media which will lead to faster product improvements. 2 It leads to an innovation economy Digital chains will not only improve efficiency but also speed up innovations as new business models can be implemented much faster 3. It puts the consumer in the center of all activities. Digitalization will lead to an easier crowd sourcing which will lead to a faster design process. 4. It even puts humans into the center of production Workers will become coordinators who ensure a smooth production and only intervene when a machine calls for action. This will place higher demands in terms of managing complexity, problem-solving and self-organization, but also allow the work force to become more flexible 5. It will enable sustainable prosperity. If it is smart and innovative, production can reduce energy consumption, help companies to sustain their business with existing and new business models and use new technologies to produce all over the world (even at high cost locations) close to the markets and at the tact of the workers.
  17. 17. Creator Networks and processes have so far been limited to one factory But in an Industry 4.0 scenario, these boundaries of individual factories will most likely no longer exist. Instead, they will be lifted in order to interconnect multiple factories or even geographical regions
  18. 18. Creator What does this mean for you? • Experts believe half of today's jobs will be completely redundant by 2025 • Artificial intelligence will mean that many jobs will be done by computers • Customer work, process work and middle management will 'disappear’ • Report states that workspaces with rows of desks will no longer exist
  19. 19. Creator Jobs least at risk of being replaced 1) Chiropractors 2) Biochemists and biophysicists 3) Electronics engineers, except computers 4) Directors, religious activities and education 5) Supervisors of correctional officers 6) Art directors 7) Orthodontists 8) Interior designers 9) Producers and directors 10) Photographers 11) Physical therapists 12) Fashion designers 13) Materials engineers 14) Materials scientists 15) Soil and plant scientists 16) Health diagnosing and treating practitioners 17) Civil engineers 18) Physical therapist assistants 19) Architects, except Landscape and naval 20) Environmental Engineers Jobs most at risk of being replaced 1) Telemarketers 2) Title Examiners, abstractors and searchers 3) People working in sewers 4) Mathematical technicians 5) Insurance underwriters 6) Watch repairers 7) Cargo and freight agents 8) Tax preparers 9) Photographic process workers 10) New accounts clerks 11) Library Technicians 12) Data entry keyers 13) Timing device assemblers 14) Insurance claims 15) Brokerage clerks 16) Order clerks 17) Loan officers 18) Insurance appraisers 19) Umpires, Referees, and sports officials 20) Tellers
  20. 20. Creator Changes in society In very general terms there will be two types of jobs • Those designing and controlling the robots • Those being controlled by robots
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  22. 22. Creator What is a maker space ?
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  35. 35. Creator Maker Faire at the White House in 2014
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  38. 38. Creator Norway Many new maker spaces established and being established - but most are small and aimed at hobbyists
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  40. 40. Creator • New technology simplifies production methods ( the fourth industrial revolution ) technologies are no longer reserved for large companies • The convergence between physical and digital world • Is part of the new sharing culture • Many want to create and not just consume Why maker spaces now ?
  41. 41. Creator «Crisis in oil industry» Enforces the need for changes
  42. 42. Creator " Maker Space " - the new oil ?
  43. 43. Creator NHO proposes " maker space"
  44. 44. Creator Creator Makerspace is already a growing ideas and an innovation center
  45. 45. Creator • Is a non-profit prototype workshop • Is the first of its kind in Rogaland. There are similar offices in Oslo and Trondheim and new ones are being established • Vision: create an active Maker region ! • Located: Tvedtsenteret, Forus ( entrance from outside of the G-max building) Creator Makerspace
  46. 46. Creator • Hobby and hobbyists who need more space and input • Entrepreneurs and startup companies who need rapid prototyping and network of experts • Existing businesses that need to get new ideas , see new manufacturing and test new ideas Creators audiences
  47. 47. Creator • enable testing of new technology • prove what is possible to do with technology • see more creators in region • connect creators and industry • create prototypes for industry • be an attractive meeting place for garage innovator • facilitate that creators can take a step further and establish companies • be a meeting place for innovators and industry The aim of Creator is to be an attractive event work for creators to :
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  65. 65. Creator Creator has created an automated robot for Nibio (formerly Bioforsk ) for systematic evaluation of plant growth Delivered a new project for automatic distribution and evaluation of nutrient absorption Several new projects underway for Nibio and other local actors Accelerated business
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  67. 67. Creator • open 24/7 for our members • 45 days / evenings with activities • Lots of different courses ( Laser Cutting , 3D , IoT , FPGA, +++ ) • about. 2000 people visited the premises since opening Since opening we have had:
  68. 68. Creator When the winds of change blow, some people build walls, and other people build windmills Chine

Notes de l'éditeur

  • Velkommen …. hyggelig dere vil ta turen innom….
    jeg har fått 45 minutter av dere i dag og håper at jeg i løpet av den tiden vil
    Gi dere en forståelse av hva et makerspace er og hvilken betydning det er i ferd med å få globalt
    Se litt på hva et fullskala makerspace kan bety for denne regionen
    vise dere hvor langt vi er kommet
    få litt innspill og råd på veien videre for å kunne ta ut fullt potensiale av Creator Makerspace for regionen og industriutviklingen.

    Men før jeg starter: litt kort om meg selv….
  • President Obama proclaimed June 18, 2014 a National Day of Making, calling upon all Americans "to observe this day with programs, ceremonies, and activities that encourage a new generation of makers and manufacturers to share their talents and hone their skills.”

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/06/18/fact-sheet-president-obama-host-first-ever-white-house-maker-faire
  • President Obama proclaimed June 18, 2014 a National Day of Making, calling upon all Americans "to observe this day with programs, ceremonies, and activities that encourage a new generation of makers and manufacturers to share their talents and hone their skills.”

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/06/18/fact-sheet-president-obama-host-first-ever-white-house-maker-faire
  • President Obama proclaimed June 18, 2014 a National Day of Making, calling upon all Americans "to observe this day with programs, ceremonies, and activities that encourage a new generation of makers and manufacturers to share their talents and hone their skills.”

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2014/06/18/fact-sheet-president-obama-host-first-ever-white-house-maker-faire
  • https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=z8i_-PHpzv7Q.k8Y0mDI4DYIE&hl=en
  • Idéfabrikk = makerspace
  • Innovasjonssentre = makerspace
  • amatører er en fantastisk ressurs. Husk at de er profesjonelle i sitt felt på dagtid!

    oppstartselskaper trenger hjelp fra amatører samt tilgang til partner nettverk
  • http://www.dagsavisen.no/stavanger/her-kan-du-skape-framtiden-1.667633
    http://rogalandsavis.no/index.php?page=vis_nyhet&NyhetID=102834
    http://www.nrk.no/rogaland/bygger-fremtiden-pa-nytt-petter-smart-verksted-1.12677418
  • http://www.dagsavisen.no/stavanger/her-kan-du-skape-framtiden-1.667633
    http://rogalandsavis.no/index.php?page=vis_nyhet&NyhetID=102834
    http://www.nrk.no/rogaland/bygger-fremtiden-pa-nytt-petter-smart-verksted-1.12677418
  • http://www.dagsavisen.no/stavanger/her-kan-du-skape-framtiden-1.667633
    http://rogalandsavis.no/index.php?page=vis_nyhet&NyhetID=102834
    http://www.nrk.no/rogaland/bygger-fremtiden-pa-nytt-petter-smart-verksted-1.12677418

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