Smart Structures for Smart Systems, S 2 4 S 2

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Smart Structures for Smart Systems, S 2 4 S 2
Smart Structures for Smart Systems, S24S2
Contact: Ben van der Zon, TNO
(Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research)
[email protected]
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Smart Structures for Smart Systems, S24S2
Individualized/small series smart products with
physical and IOT capabilities for e.g.:
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Automotive,
Medical
Consumer
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Smart Structures for Smart Systems, S24S2
Functional physical structures serve as carrier for
smart electronic functions
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Customization starting at single item level
Less material consumption
No or limited transportation cost
No overproduction
Maximum flexibility
Production on demand
Ability to make complex 3D
shapes for increased functionality
Low start-up costs
By integrating components and
functionalities through additive
manufacturing at module level
total costs will be reduced.
Low process energy consumption
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R&D and Technical excellence:
 For personalized single unit/small series production a
is essential
 Materials
 Processes
 Quality control (in-process metrology)
 System design and architecture
 3D printing (polymers, metal, ceramics, biomaterial)
 2D printing on undulated surfaces for e.g. conductive interconnections
 Continuous flow production
 Pick and Place on ondulated surfaces (fast and accurate)
 Joining technologies fitting in continuous flow production approaches
 Vision for real time alignment, 3D inspection and quality/process control
 Materials technology (application specific / productivity development)
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Research Domain and ASP indication
Smart, sustainable and integrated production
Smart Industry
Semiconductor Process, Equipment, and Materials
Cyber-physical systems
Smart systems integration
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Market innovation and
impact
 Competitative production of single
item to small series IOT products
 Individualised smart products
(consumer, medical)
electronics360.globalspec.com
Brief description of the project idea
Develop a flexible hybrid manufacturing capability with Additive
Manufacturing ((3D) printing) as core production technology,
accompanied by assembly and integration of third (electronic)
parts. Test and quality monitoring must be part of the complete
production chain.
Using the functional physical product structure as the carrier for
the smart electronics system will render a cost effective solution
for individualized (small series) IOT products
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TNO business case
Smart individualized insole
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Smart Health  conectivity
Multi material
Hybrid Integration
Electronic asemly in non
lineair environments
3D printed insole on individual
specifications with integrated
electronic functionality
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Consortium status: open
Required capabilities and/or partners:
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3D printing
Material technology
Assembly technology (P&P, joining)
Metrology
IOT-systems design
 Most important: application owners
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