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1 ProcessIT Innovations A brief overview at SERN General Assembly 2009 Kurt-Åke Hammarstedt Head of Regional Development Unit, Norrbotten County Council Page: 1 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

2 ProcessIT Innovations “An open innovation environment where process industries demanding requirements on ICT based systems, products and services with substantially increased functionality and improved quality are meet much faster then envisioned and to a significantly lower cost.” A quantum leap in systems productivity! Page: 2 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

3 SwedenFinland Bay of Bothnia Kiruna Luleå Umeå Oulu Gällivare Kalix Piteå Skellefteå Rovaniemi Kemi Raahe Kokkola Tornio Rautaruukki SSAB,EBF, MEFOS Outokumpu stainless Boliden Aitik Boliden Skellefteå fields Boliden Rönnskär Boliden Kokkola Stora Enso SCA SCA,SmurfitKappa BL gasification Billerud Stora Enso Iron to steel Metal & stainless LKAB Metsä-Botnia Outokumpu Mine Kemira Komatsu, Volvo, Ålö Alimak,Brokk, Hydrauto,KMT Plannja Bygg,Ferruform SSAB Hardtech Mecon Nybergs Mekaniska Power/heat generation BioFuel Skellefteå Kraft

4 Process Industry definition ● Process Industry: “Manufacturing industry, transforming natural resources into continuous processing of materials.” ● E g: Chemistry, Forestry - Pulp & Paper, Mining & Mineral, Steel, Oil and Gas, Energy Production, Water Supply/Sanitation, Pharmaceutical, Food. Forestry, P&P, Mininig, Steel Chemical, Rubber & Plastics Heavy manufacturing industries IT, research and education Production value (SEK) / employeeNumber of employees

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7 Systems (ICT-based) Production process (Effic. Energy CO 2 Raw mat. etc.) Maintenance (eMaintenance) Training Engineering Integration Measure- ment ControlInter- action Communi- cation Technologies Embedded systems technologies The ProcessIT area Logistics Processes Collaboration Information exchange Monitor- ing Page: 7 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

8 “Methods and Tools”

9 Expected result ● New products and services in existing or new companies. ● Plant optimization and effectiveness. ● New business opportunities for the plant owner With new technology meet customer or customer customers product demands. ● New business opportunities for supplier to the plant owner. With the help of new technology create new local service supplying companies ● A strong and relevant Research competence ● A strong developed collaboration ● A excellent ability to find necessary project resources. Page: 9 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

10 Cust. 2 Plant Owner University Research Product Owner Cust. 3Cust. 4 Result New Business From idea to international product The strategic idea Nat. & Internat. The product owner: Commercialized for global market Regional growth Stronger SMEs Regional partners Needs Big potential. Risk. Idea Page: 10 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

11 Industry organizations and more Research Education Involvement Commercialization Companies in need of new products and services provided by the product owners, and the knowledge and competence generate from. Searching competence and knowledge provided by the system. The companies planning to commercialize the result generated in the R&D projects.. Searching relations to and business with the application companies in the system. Also searching contact with researchers with relevant research focus. Research groups doing research in technology and application areas that the system is focusing on. Searching ”research cases” but also different types of resources for their own research area. Stakeholders (regional, national, international) with finacial resources that can support the activities in the system, receiving growth in return. Searching the delivery capacity that the system has in specific application areas. Other growth actors Support Competence partner Channels M & R&D ”Case”, resources Growth The innovation system model Industry programs Technology Clusters Industry Adv board Research- staff (one) Primary Industries (process, manufact.) Universities Product owners (ICT, Suppliers) Page: 11 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

12 2008 = 57 companies (50% SMEs) involved in ProcessIT projects. All with ”in kind” contribution. From start ~ 80 companies ProcessIT Innovations partners 2008 = 58 researchers in ProcessIT financed activities. (To what extent, varies a lot) From start ~ 85 researchers Public org. Industry + Process industries, also in northern Finland and middle Sweden + Several regional SMEs in ICT and embedded system Page: 12 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

13 ProcessIT Management ● Steering committee ● Thomas Brännström Chairman.Background as president & manager in IT ● P-O SamskogLKABFoU, Prof ● Margareta RönnqvistSSAB TunnplåtBU Manager ● Jerker DelsingLuleå university of technologyProf EISLab ● Ulf EdlundUmeå universityVice rektor ● Anders KyöstiSCA Packaging MunksundManager technology ● Ulf MarklundBolidenR&D Manager ● Tomas Lagerberg ABB Corporate Research Manager IndustrialIT ● Lars AtterhemSkellefteå KraftBU manager ● From a public organisation. To be confirmed. ● Executive management ● Anders OE JohanssonProcessIT LTUManager ● Per LevénUCITDirector ● Thomas GustafssonLTUPrefekt CSEE ● Kent TanoLKABManager FoU ● Kajsa AnderssonExpandumVD ● Industry advisory board ● Knowledge in industry processes and needs. ● Scientific advisory “Board” (International Advisory “Board”) ● Internationally acknowledged. ● ProcessIT projects ● Based on needs, legible, international competitive, collaboration, continuity. ● Adm, rules etc according to CDT and UCIT Gender issues and innovation system research. Page: 13 | SERN General assembly, Rimini |

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15 Results and Project portfolio

16 Ongoing projects Completed projects Results. Projects Projects within ProcessIT ● ● SOCRADES.EU. (one WP) ABB, LTU, Boliden, KTH +approx 25 MSEK ● ● Within SCOPE (Structural Control Opt. and Paper Quality Estimation in Pulping) ● ● Mesta = 10 MSEK ● ● OptoAcustisk Fiber meas. = 4 MSEK ● ● With Finland (INTERREG) ● ● Oil analysis = 8 MSEK ● ● Vision system research Platform = 8 MSEK ● ● eMaintenace = 5 MSEK ● ● Gender oriented design studies ~ 3 MSEK ● ● TUUDI – FoI portfolio = 42 MSEK ● ● SKAM – Collaboration Project = 18 MSK Projects from ProcessIT activities ● ● OptiPro Sv. Verktygsteknik. 12 major manufact. industries. ~ 10,5 MSEK ● ● Adopticum = 6 MSEK Project with ProcessIT content ● ● LivingLab Umeå approx = 4 MSEK ● ● DARE WP. LTU-UmU ● ● UMIT = 31 MSEK ”2009” > 90 projects performed or ongoing

17 Results ● ● Crane simulation ● ● Oryx Simulations AB product ● ● New company Algoryx simulation with a product ● ● 3D-Measurement of Pellets ● ● MBV Systems AB product ● ● DUR. Distance spanning maintenance of control circuits ● ● Glue Measurement for Wellpapp ● ● New company CorrVision Technology with a product ● ● Centre for industrial optics

18 Building Projects

19 Research Dev. Project Commercialization From idea to product Driven, Initiated byDrawn by Business men/women Innovators Researchers Industry technology needs Market needs Business opportunities Industry Developers Growth in new products and services Parallel and synchronized flows

20 Prepare Form Feasibility Study Development Pilot product Packaging Marketing Industrialization Sales Partnering Project Commercial activities From idea to product ● ● Methods varies and forms for cooperation varies over time ● ● Ideas, principles and experiences from partnering The partnering strategy includes shared goals, conflict handling, technical collaboration, follow up and continuous improvements, teambuilding, contracts, trust and relations. ● ● Use of existing and relevant tools and methods varies over time. ● ● Contracts, confirming what has been agreed on, signed in the early stages. ● ● Commercialization is the responsibility of the product owner. ● ● Most ProcessIT financing in the beginning. To increase speed. ● ● Methods varies and forms for cooperation varies over time ● ● Ideas, principles and experiences from partnering The partnering strategy includes shared goals, conflict handling, technical collaboration, follow up and continuous improvements, teambuilding, contracts, trust and relations. ● ● Use of existing and relevant tools and methods varies over time. ● ● Contracts, confirming what has been agreed on, signed in the early stages. ● ● Commercialization is the responsibility of the product owner. ● ● Most ProcessIT financing in the beginning. To increase speed.

21 ProcessIT projekt Quality, material and product parameters Plant production equipment Systems for Control, Interaction,Communication and Measurements. More effective, available and flexible Processes for Production, Maintenance, Design, Training and supply chain Forest to paper Mine to minerals / metals Bioenergy / Biofeul Heavy Manufacturing Industries On-line, Real time Robust, safe and fault tolerant Can be monitored Is Integrated Can be wireless connected Can be offered as services Easy to use Maintenance and service free Automatically configured, calibrated and integrated Has a gender perspective Must Should Wanted Projects in an application context Project portfolios

22 Application areas ● Methods of measurement without contact and “in-situ” ● of quality data, material properties, state of equipment, and material flows. ● Model-based control of complex systems ● (Optimisation of control systems) ● More efficient operator and maintenance work ● Operator and maintenance equipment ● Visualisation of complex process information ● Training and simulation systems

23 ● ● Measurement and control systems (9 professors and 17 faculty approx. ) Extensive industry needs in e g modelling, model based control, condition based monitoring & control, vision based systems and control optimization. Autonomous Systems Positioning, navigation, detection, safety etc ● ● Communication and Media (2 professors and 12 faculty approx. ) E g mobile infrastructure and embedded internet technology ● ● Interaction technology and Usability (5 professors and 5 faculty approx. ) E g man – machine interaction and the ability to understand and use new functionality. ● ● Business processes (3 professors and 11 faculty approx. ) including how new applications can contribute to the business benefits for e g Maintenance systems and serve in supporting after sales. ProcessIT R&D focus All R&D programs are tightly coupled to identified industry needs and to the two universities strong and existing areas in ICT.

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