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1 ©2012 Rolls-Royce plc The information in this document is the property of Rolls-Royce plc and may not be copied or communicated to a third party, or used for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without the express written consent of Rolls-Royce plc. This information is given in good faith based upon the latest information available to Rolls-Royce plc, no warranty or representation is given concerning such information, which must not be taken as establishing any contractual or other commitment binding upon Rolls-Royce plc or any of its subsidiary or associated companies. Horizon 2020 Industrial Technologies as an Engine of Growth Ric Parker Director of Research & Technology 19 June 2012

2 Rolls-Royce proprietary information 2 Four global markets – Sales 13.6bn* R&D Expenditure 1.1bn Defence Aerospace 2.6bn Energy 1.4bn Marine 2.8bn Civil Aerospace 6.7bn *2011 Preliminary results 1.2 = £1

3 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Agenda The success of the Framework programme Key Emerging Technologies Horizon 2020 Summary 3

4 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Agenda The success of the Framework programme Key Emerging Technologies Horizon 2020 Summary 4

5 Rolls-Royce proprietary information 700 Budget M) FPs : Annual aeronautical budgets

6 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Full Scale Ground Or Flying Demonstrator Large Scale Rig Demonstrators - cross Technology Technology Development Projects New Aircraft & Flight Tests TRL 4-6 TRL 3-5 TRL 2-4 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3+ Funding

7 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Next Generation Technology Demonstrators

8 Rolls-Royce proprietary information 8 Technology Validation ANTLE – EU and DTI Funded Technology Validation Programme

9 Rolls-Royce proprietary information 9 Towards the More Electric Engine POA Project Electric Actuators Electric Fuel Metering Unit Electric Oil Pump & Scavenge System HP Starter Generator Fan Shaft Generator Active Magnetic Bearing

10 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Clean Sky JTI The Members of Clean Sky represent 86 organisations in 16 countries Including: 54 Companies 15 Research Centres 17 Universities 1.6 Billion; European Joint Undertaking SMART fixed-wing aircraft Green regional aircraft Green rotorcraft Eco designSystems for green operation Sustainable and green engines Technology evaluator

11 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Clean Sky JTI Sustainable and Green Engines Pusher Counter-Rotating Open Rotor Advanced Large 3-shaft Turbofan Low-NOx Flying Demonstrator Advanced Turboshaft Advanced Geared Turbofan

12 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Progress towards environmental targets Trent 1000 is 12% more fuel efficient than Trent 800 More challenging targets set by Flightpath 2050 (Advisory Council for Aviation Research & Innovation in Europe) 12

13 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Flightpath 2050 Goals to take ACARE* beyond 2020 *Advisory Council for Aviation Research in Europe By 2050 compared to year 2000 datum 75% reduction in CO 2 per passenger kilometre 90% reduction in NOx emissions 65% reduction in noise Strategic Research & Innovation Agenda – goals: Meeting Societal and Market Needs Maintaining and Extending Industrial Leadership Protecting the Environment and the Energy Supply Ensuring Safety and Security Prioritising Research, Testing Capabilities & Education Airframe Engine ATM & Operations Requires Improvement in all areas 13

14 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Agenda The success of the Framework programme Key Emerging Technologies Horizon 2020 Summary 14

15 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Assess the competitive situation of the relevant technologies in the EU with a particular focus on industrial deployment and their contribution to address major societal challenges Analyse the available public and private R&D and innovation capacities for KETs in the EU Propose specific policy recommendations for a more effective industrial deployment of KETs in the EU Objective of HLG Five KETs plus one cross- cutting KET Five KETs plus one cross- cutting KET

16 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Three proposals for Europe to stay in the race: 1.A single and integrated approach of KETs 2.A three pillars bridge to cross over the valley of death 3.Successful framework conditions to build the bridge

17 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Agenda The success of the Framework programme Key Emerging Technologies Horizon 2020 Summary 17

18 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Horizon Objective and rationale Acknowledge crucial role of private sector in bringing innovation to the market Aims to make Europe a more attractive location for businesses to invest in R&D and innovation Range of activities in which businesses set the agenda Strong focus on addressing market failures: – Insufficent strategic investment in key technologies underpinning innovation across a wide range of sectors – Insufficient access to risk capital to set up new businesses and allow them to grow – Potential contribution to growth of SMEs not fully exploited

19 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies Maintain and build global leadership in enabling and key emerging technologies Underpin innovation across a range of sectors Activities are technology-driven and range from research all the way up to demonstration and piloting Both agendra-driven activities and more open areas Integration in solutions for societal challenges will be supported together with the societal challenges (e.g. through cross-cutting actions)

20 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Leadership in industrial technologies Key Enabling Technologies as a major component This includes: – Micro- and nano-electronics – Photonics – Nanotechnology – Advanced materials – Biotechnology – Advanced manufacturing systems Lay basis for competitive advantages across a range of sectors Important to exploit synergies and complementaries

21 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Smart, green and integrated transport Objective: achieve a transport system that is resource-efficient, environmentally-friendly, safe and seamless Specific activities: resource efficient transport that respects the environment; better mobility, less congestion, more safety and security; global leadership for the European transport industry; socio- economic research and forward looking activities for policy making Proposed funding: 7billion

22 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Long-term consistent technology strategy Vision 10 Next generation Technology demonstration Vision 20 Future generation Emerging technologies Vision 5 Near term products Off the shelf technologies In-service upgrades VISION EIS

23 Vision 10 technologies Lightweight composite fan system Advanced shroudless HPT with rub-in CMC liner Advanced sealing and externals Lightweight TiAl LPT Lightweight, blisked high-efficiency compressors Low-NOx Phase 5 or Lean-burn combustor Advanced turbine materials Advanced high OPR cycles with adaptive cooling 23

24 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Vision 20 – open rotor 24

25 Rolls-Royce proprietary information Potential Game Changers Pressure Gain Combustion Engine – Airframe Optimisation Advanced Cycles Integrated electrical systems Adaptive cycles Open rotor 51

26 ©2012 Rolls-Royce plc The information in this document is the property of Rolls-Royce plc and may not be copied or communicated to a third party, or used for any purpose other than that for which it is supplied without the express written consent of Rolls-Royce plc. This information is given in good faith based upon the latest information available to Rolls-Royce plc, no warranty or representation is given concerning such information, which must not be taken as establishing any contractual or other commitment binding upon Rolls-Royce plc or any of its subsidiary or associated companies.


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