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  • Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation InstituteWilliam P. Kingwpk@Illinois.edu"Im here to announce that were building Iron Man

    Not really. Maybe. Its classified."

    President Obama

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  • $320 MILLION$70 million cooperative agreement with the U.S. DOD and matching $250 million from industry, academia, government and community partners. 6 OF THE TOP 20 Engineering schools in the country, with more than 12% of all engineering & computer science students graduating annually in the U.S.220,000Partners, and more, ready to connect with the more than 185 small and medium sized businesses that have joined already.MORE THAN 315 Local, regional, and national organizations, community colleges, and MEP networks have committed their support.The Partnership500+ CompaniesCommitting to participate.

    The Digital Lab includes the participation of world-class technology companies as well as both defense and commercial manufacturers. Next-gen tech companies working alongside 10 of the Top 50 best performing U.S. manufacturers Defense contractors that hold nearly one-third of all DoD contracts awarded in FY12

    Our team boasts the nations premier engineering schools, one of the worlds most powerful supercomputers, and nationally-recognized education and workforce partners.6 of the top 20 engineering schools in the countryMore than 12% of all engineering / computer science students graduating annually in the U.S.

    The Digital Lab's partners are regionally anchored in the Midwest, spanning Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, and Nebraska. Additionally, the team includes world-class university partners from beyond the Midwest, including Texas, Colorado, New York, and Oregon, to leverage the best research and technology in the country and deploy solutions on a broad scale.

    Our network of local, regional, and national organizations, community colleges, and MEP partners provide connections to over 220,000 small and mid-sized companies.

  • HISTORICAL MANUFACTURINGLinear process through design, make, and deliverCommoditization of labor

    The Digital Lab will focus manufacturing transformation in three, directional areas from day one:

    Digital DesignDigital implementation within the Manufacturing FactoryDigital Ecosystem, which includes Supply Chain, Distribution and Logistics

    The Digital Lab has secured 10 first year project ideas, which are a combination of Industry-led and research + university supported projects. The Department of Defense will help determine priorities and sequencing.

    Moving forward, projects will be submitted to a technical committee and approved by a governance committee.

  • TODAYS MANUFACTURINGMaterials: Rising costs and supply constraints

    Production Overcapacity: reduced profitability

    Labor: Increasing costs globally, skills gap

    Outsourcing: separation of designers and makers has slowed innovation

    Barriers for Sharing Data and Information: technology, skills, incentives, security, trust, IP, standards

    The Digital Lab will focus manufacturing transformation in three, directional areas from day one:

    Digital DesignDigital implementation within the Manufacturing FactoryDigital Ecosystem, which includes Supply Chain, Distribution and Logistics

    The Digital Lab has secured 10 first year project ideas, which are a combination of Industry-led and research + university supported projects. The Department of Defense will help determine priorities and sequencing.

    Moving forward, projects will be submitted to a technical committee and approved by a governance committee.

  • FUTURE MANUFACTURINGDigital link between design and fabrication

    Connected machines, factories, and supply chains

    Transparency into supplier factories

    Data aggregation, analysis, and action across the product lifecycle

    Leverage the power of data analytics and networks to do more with existing resources

    The Digital Lab will focus manufacturing transformation in three, directional areas from day one:

    Digital DesignDigital implementation within the Manufacturing FactoryDigital Ecosystem, which includes Supply Chain, Distribution and Logistics

    The Digital Lab has secured 10 first year project ideas, which are a combination of Industry-led and research + university supported projects. The Department of Defense will help determine priorities and sequencing.

    Moving forward, projects will be submitted to a technical committee and approved by a governance committee.

  • Manufacturing already generates more data than any other sector***************Consumer and Recreational Services

    Annual new data stored by sector, 20101 Discrete manufacturing constitutes 1072 petabytes; Process manufacturing 740 petabytesSOURCE: IDC; McKinsey Global Institute analysisPetabytes

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  •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    AFTER-SALES SERVICEQUALIFYSELL &DELIVEREND OF LIFEREUSERECYCLEFABRICATEDESIGNFABRICATEDATA ACROSS THE PRODUCT LIFECYCLEDATA

    INFORMATION

    DECISIONS

    VALUE

    The Digital Lab will focus manufacturing transformation in three, directional areas from day one:

    Digital DesignDigital implementation within the Manufacturing FactoryDigital Ecosystem, which includes Supply Chain, Distribution and Logistics

    The Digital Lab has secured 10 first year project ideas, which are a combination of Industry-led and research + university supported projects. The Department of Defense will help determine priorities and sequencing.

    Moving forward, projects will be submitted to a technical committee and approved by a governance committee.

  • Utilization of high performance computing to model materials, products and processes to enable design with manufacturing in mind.INTELLIGENT MACHINING (IM)ADVANCED ANALYSIS (AA)Integration of smart sensors and controls to enable equipment to automatically sense and understand current production environment in order to conduct self-aware manufacturing.ADVANCED MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE (AME)Information systems integration throughout the product lifecycle.

    Digital links between design and fabrication.

    Smart factory and supply chain management. THREE FOCUS AREASOPEN SOURCE PLATFORMAn open source software platform that enables data aggregation, analysis, and action. DIGITALCOMMONSMeet industry and national needs for security, trust, and IP protection within the manufacturing environment.CYBERPHYSICALCYBER PHYSICAL SECURITYDMDII Technology Thrust Areas

    THE DIGITAL LAB HAS A GUIDING APPROACH, INCLUDING:

    THREE TECHNOLOGY FOCUS AREAS:Advanced Manufacturing Enterprise (AME)Agile and robust manufacturing strategies and integrated capabilities that dramatically reduce the cost and time of producing complex systems and parts. Intelligent Machinery (IM)Integration of smart sensors and controls to enable equipment to automatically sense and understand current production environment in order to conduct self-aware manufacturing.Advanced Analytics (AA)Utilization of high performance computing to model materials, products and processes to enable design with manufacturing in mind.

    An Open Source PlatformThe Digital Lab will create a Digital Commons, An open source technology system across the entire manufacturing value chain.

    And a Hub & Spoke ModelThe Digital Lab will create a National Network, based on a 'hub and spoke' model, where the 'hub' will be the Digital Lab for Manufacturing based in Chicago and the 'spokes' will be all the applied research on the manufacturing floors of our partners across the US.

  • DMDII Guiding principles

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  • Despite the recognition of importance for digital design and manufacturing, most organizations feel they lack the necessary capabilities

    Organizations with "high" digital capability todayParticipantsindicating digital ops is a critical driver of future competitiveness

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  • We surveyed decision-makers on where value will come from and their current level of maturity

    The survey leverages a detailed library of ~100 potential drivers of value along the value chain as well as prompting for additional levers

    ExampleDriversTracking and vis-ualization for the "reverse logistics supply chain for part disposalPredictive analytics for field main-tenanceReal time product use/tracking in the fieldReal-time data collection/ analysis & operator feedbackAdvanced quality con-trol/analysis for process optimizationSupplier identifica-tion & selectionCost trans-parencyContract complianceCollabora-tive innova-tion, i.e., crowd-sourcingAdvanced modeling and simula-tion toolsSmart products that send/ receive data during useNew service business to leverage dataJoint plann-ing and forecastingInventory & working capital optimizationCustomer demand-sensingFor each step of the value chain (with particular depth in manufacturing production), the tool identifies The most important areas of opportunity in your organizati

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