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Basque Country

RIS3 EUSKADI
&
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING STRATEGY
Basque Industry 4.0
MANUMIX INTERREG EUROPE
1st Learning Journey

Amaia Martínez Muro
Strategic Initiatives.
SPRI Basque Business Development Agency

18th May 2017

INDEX

1. Overview of the regional RIS3
2. Scope of advanced manufacturing in the region
• Priority areas
• Actors involved
• Main challenges

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Basque Country´s general figures 3 .

Basque Country´s general figures 4 .

Basque Country: leading hub 5 .

• Consecutive plans and strategies. have progressively sought modernization.Industrial Policy in Basque Region • RIS3 strategy is a natural extension of Basque historical policies in this area. specialization. 6 . responding to specific needs of each stage. • Basque Country has a long history defining economic development strategies over the last 35 years. diversification and sophistication of Basque economy. competitiveness.

some niches related with the Territory have been identified 7 . Additionally. RIS3 euskadi • Three smart specialization priorities have been selected: Advanced Manufacturing.Priorities for specialisation Vertical priorities. Energy and Biosciences (mainly human health).

climate change. resource internationally (Governance) scarcity) to design and develop competitive • To deepen the value of intangibles technologies. educate and attract To generate infrastructures for Action challenges produce and industrialize the needed professional the development of pilot (Action lines) products and services based profiles experiences on emerging technologies • To coordinate business sector.Main challenges • Main challenges identified during the Advanced Manufacturing Strategy definition Manufacturing main challenges Final challenges To shorten the deadlines from knowledge To industrialize in large scale products and (Basic strategy) generation to the market processes based on emerging technologies To develop the means to To train. products and processes. scientific • To improve the effectiveness and efficiency and technological agendas of policies to boost R&D in manufacturing • To advance in agent cooperation within • To use the challenges posed by global and across sectors as well as locally and Support challenges megatrends (aging. associated with the design and generation of brands 8 .

To support education and job training in technologies and management systems related to Advanced Manufacturing 9 . To help and guide Basque companies towards more knowledge intensive manufacturing activities which have greater added value Advanced Manufacturing Integration of KETs Global value Scaling Up Strategy Mision chains– Cluster 2. steps and strategies requires a really Advanced Manufacturing Strategic Objectives intensive-cooperation driven process SO1. To foster SO2.0 SO4. To integrate collaboration and To strengthen the position of support as a catalyst technological local and international the Basque Country as an convergence in a value chains to meet for the economy with an industrial structured fashion so the challenges of industrialization of the base through the promotion of as to develop best-in. Advanced results of R+D+i in knowledge intensive class manufacturing Manufacturing using Advanced manufacturing capacities and the sum of the Manufacturing solutions while particular capacities optimizing existing of each sector and its resources companies SO5. Scope Joining visions. To promote multi-disciplinary and SO3.

Private-public collaboration The aim of the Steering Group is to define and implement an orderly action plan aimed at responding in the short and medium-term to technological. organization and talent development priorities established by tractor industrial sectors in Euskadi. business. for increase their competitiveness and take advantage of future opportunities presented globally Steering Group 10 .

RIS3 Implementation Stakeholders involvement 11 .

Support for R+D projects: Strategic industrial 1. Company start-up R+D Manufacturing Centres (CFAs) Community 4. Help and support for KET (GC) design (DT) (EI) 8. Training and enablement in design 14. Support for scientific-technological research. Help and support for the introduction of TEICs 6. IT and Telecommunications plants. Dual FP. Business product development 5. Design and support for Advanced Agents within the Manufacturing R+D. Training of high-level researchers Dinamisation 10. Clusters policy 11. Coordination with and participation in and manufacturing management European R+D+I programs: Basque Contact (postgraduate in manufacturing) Points 12. Advanced Manufacturing Steering Group 13. Support for Excellence in Basic (Electronics.(professional training) 16.CFAs Applying a transversal approach involving various Government Departments and public companies to undertake responsibility for the programmed actions 12 . Training and enablement in business models 15. RIS3 Implementation 16 action lines – 6 core themes 3. Setting up Models of Advanced Management in Non technological Innovation (INT) companies Education and training 9. Basque Digital Innovation Hub Directed Research Clusters) Generating Technological Industrial Know-How Development Scaling up 7. Teaching and Learning Factories. Setting up a network of show-rooms pilot 2.

smart and efficient manufacturing systems Digital Connected Factories Advanced Materials and Processes 13 .Technology Areas Energy efficiency A commitment to technological development in Advanced Manufacturing is crucial to maintain competiveness in industry and to secure positioning in market niches with greater added value. Flexible.

RIS3 Implementation Instruments R&D support instruments have been focused on the support of knowledge generation within the Basque Science and Technology Networks and support of R&D activity within firms TOOLS Knowledge Other instruments Technological Industrial Scaling “DEATH VALLEY” (industrial generation on up KETs development promotion) TRL 3: TRL 4: TRL 5: TRL 6: TRL 7: TRL 8: Analytical and TRL 9: TRL 1: TRL 2: Component and/or Component or System/subsystem System prototype Actual system experimental Actual system Basic principles Technology concept breadboard breadboard model or prototype demonstration in completed and critical function proven through observed and and/or application validation validation in a demonstration in a an qualified and/or successful reported formulated in a laboratory relevant relevant operational through test and characteristic proof mission operations environment environment environment environment demonstrated of concept UNIVERSITIES and Excelence Research Centres AGENTS Cooperative Research Centres “DEATH VALLEY” TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRES FIRMS TKIBS 14 .

Information and Communications Technologies) applied to Advanced Manufacturing. 15 . Technology and Innovation Network) to manufacturing industrial companies. which have a demonstration effect and which will therefore accelerate the transfer to the market of the results of R&D projects in EICTs.RIS3 Implementation New Instruments Technology transfer R&D in EICTs towards Industry Technology Transfer Projects of "technological suppliers" (such as agents of the Basque Science. in the area of EICTs (Electronics.

RIS3 Implementation New Instruments Technology transfer R&D in EICTs towards Industry 16 .

Public support for initial investment . Cluster manages the infrastructure . Industry Consortium supports operation Manufacturing . Research Entity operates the facility Advanced . Open access to any user Centres Test Infrastructures TRL 3: TRL 4: TRL 5: TRL 6: TRL 7: TRL 8: Analytical and TRL 9: TRL 1: TRL 2: Component and/or Component or System/subsystem System prototype Actual system experimental Actual system Basic principles Technology concept breadboard breadboard model or prototype demonstration in completed and critical function proven through observed and and/or application validation validation in a demonstration in a an qualified and/or successful reported formulated in a laboratory relevant relevant operational through test and characteristic proof mission operations environment environment environment environment demonstrated of concept 17 .RIS3 Implementation New Instruments ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CENTRE MODEL PUBLIC-PRIVATE COLLABORATION “DEATH VALLEY” .

0 Companies committed to the country + interested in drawing talent from startups 18 .0 customers Speeds up startups by Public.RIS3 Implementation New Instruments The first startup accelerator offering access to high-level Industry 4. collaborating private with large initiative companies Combines International in nature 2 objectives Industry 4.

pilot lines and technical expertise specialized in different areas of Advanced Manufacturing 19 .RIS3 Implementation New Instruments BDIH consists on a digitally linked network of Competence Centers with R&D infrastructures.

RIS3 Implementation Instruments Interregional cooperation 20 .

Main challenges • Main challenges identified during the Advanced Manufacturing Strategy definition and relation with Basque Indsutry 4. Integration of KETs To develop the means to To train. generation to the market processes based on emerging technologies new instruments SO4. megatrends (aging. resource internationally (Governance) new instruments scarcity) to design and develop competitive • To deepen the value of intangibles technologies. Scaling Up SO5. scientific coordinate business • To improve the effectiveness and efficiency and technological agendas ofSteering group. climate change. policies to boost working R&D in manufacturing • To advance in agent cooperation within • To use the challenges posed by global SO3. Integration of KETs Final challenges To shorten the deadlines from knowledge To industrialize in large scale products and (Basic strategy) groups. products and processes. Scaling Up SO2. SO5. Education associated &Training with the design and generation of brands 21 .0 strategy Manufacturing main challenges Steering group. educate and attract To generate infrastructures for Action challenges produce and industrialize the needed professional the development of pilot (Action lines) products and services based profiles experiences on emerging technologies • ToSteering groupsector. and acrossGlobal sectors asValue Chains well as locally and Support challenges groups. Education &Training SO4.rebumping of BSTIN.rebumping of BSTIN. working SO2.

eus 22 . Thank you Eskerrik Asko Muchas Gracias AMAIA MARTINEZ / CRISTINA OYÓN Strategic Initiatives Alda.eus / cristina@spri. de Urquijo nº 36 48011 BILBAO Bizkaia amaiamartinez@spri.