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TECHNICAL TRAININ SCHOOL New Technology of Mde in Italy Mechanical System


The Automotive sector in Italy 2500 companies working in the components sector (60% in the North) 165 MEURO sales representing 11.4% of national GDP and 30% of manufacturing system in Italy 2 MEURO annual investment in research and development 22% of the total expenditure of the Italian private companies 81 MEURO of annual tax revenue 400 000 employees - 1 million when you consider all the chain system

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STATE OF THE ART Automotive Sector In Abruzzo Region: • 120-140 companies working in the automotive sector consists of a group of globalized firms, both IMs and SMEs operating in the automotive and mechanics sectors. (car industry, subcontracting, components, engineering). • 30.000 employees, 25.000 in province of Chieti, • 7 and 8 billion euros sales representing 20% of manufacturing system in Abruzzo • About 48% is exported

Sevel_Fiat, Honda-CISi, Denso, Pilkington, Dayco, Honeywell, Pierburg, Tyco, Tecnomatic, IMM; Gruppo OMA, Merker, Walter Tosto, ect.


THE PROVINCE OF CHIETI Example of Excellence

European pole for two-wheeled production

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THE PROVINCE OF CHIETI Example of Excellence

European pole production for commercial vehicle, professional, for people and goods transportation

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STATE OF THE ART Changing Factors

ORIGINAL

Increase the value and productivity by creating integrated systems and business cooperation to face the "migration" of opportunity. Search for greater competitiveness through:

IMITATION

The production of lower value added products and technologies moves to emerging countries

- Transformation of environmental constraints on strength, especially because of the new harder standards, also in emerging countries, for rising energy costs and problems of local and global pollution; - Reducing the time and cost of new product development; - Organization of business processes to increase efficiency (eg creation of integrated chain excellence for “integration product / process�). Communication of this value is essential for the attractiveness of the territory


SCENARIOS •

In recent years large companies have consistently increased the international profile of plants located in Abruzzo with a positive impact on sales and employment;

With globalization and the duration decrease of products life cycle, increase exposure to competition from other territories;

There is a real risk of relocation of enterprises for problems related to productivity

Firms in Abruzzo region have not, generally, research and development divisions even because of lack of infrastructure and scientific expertise;


SCENARIOS

Industry: The sector development for next future will depend crucially on the level of competitiveness achieved as the excess world production capacity relative to demand will cause the closure of several plants. ďƒź For highly globalized finished products , the competition will be tough and will survive only efficient systems with a strategic integration between big enterprises and SMEs in a cluster logic. ďƒź For the components the competition will be even more difficult and the territory becomes crucial to ensure the necessary conditions for increasing their competitiveness.


NEEDS AND REQUIREMENTS IN INNOVATION FIELD •

Connect directly to bigest automotive companies, there are several small and medium enterprises which have established a highly integrated supply chain;

SMEs, however, are really small size firms and do not have trained human resources and infrastructure to address, individually, to studies, experiments, surveys, prototype projects and so on (on the other hand, there are critical mass below which the R & D has not reason to exist).

The high level technological and productive complexity required by the market raises serious questions to the manufacturing sector in Abruzzo region.

For all that reasons, it is essential an intense reorganization for SMEs on: production processes and especially on the cooperation capacity within the integrated supply chain between suppliers and users for improving competition and quality.


STATE OF THE ART Changing Factors

ORIGINAL

Increase the value and productivity by creating integrated systems and business cooperation

IMITATION

The production of lower value added products and technologies moves to emerging countries

Search for greater competitiveness through: - Transformation of environmental constraints on strength; - Reducing the time and cost of new product development; -Organization of business processes to increase efficiency Communication of this value is essential for the attractiveness of the territory


STATE OF THE ART Innovation Capacity The innovation capacity is the challenge

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PROGRAME AUTOMOTIVE CHAIN Mission General objective: to develop an automotive system for light commercial and professional vehicles (two/four wheel), able to strengthen the supply chain to improve competitiveness in terms of:

DISSEMINATION

- Products innovation - Innovation system - Flexibility of product and manufacturing processes - Quality products


LABORATORIES

EXPO And AREA TESTING

TRAINING

INCUBATOR SPIN-OFF

INNOVATIVE PROGRAM

Research and Development Human research Spin-off Expo and Testing area

Firm’s chains development

CAMPUS AUTOMOTIVE Public technological Infrastructure

ASSOCIATION OF AUTOMOTIVE FIRMS (IAM soc. cons. a r.l.)

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OBJECTIVES The Campus will be able to develop innovative products and processes and to diffuse the know-how among the chain firm


For helping integration among automotive firms was set up the Consortium I.A.M.

The Corsortium is a non profit organization aims to: Strengthen the firm chain; Implement special projects founded by private and public organization. 72 automotive firms (e.g. FIAT, HONDA e CISI, Denso, Pilkington) University of Aquila and Chieti-Pescara, Research centers; Province of Chieti Association of enterpreneurs.


ITALIAN AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEM PROGRAME INFOMOBILITA INFOMOBILITA’ ’ && SICUREZZA SICUREZZA Qualificazione Qualificazione domanda domandapubblica pubblica

ERGONOMICS ERGONOMICS && DESIGN DESIGN MANIFACTURING MANIFACTURING

Chains Chains Development Developmentfor forComponents Components

"DOUBLE "DOUBLE ZERO“ ZERO“ ELECTRIC ELECTRIC VEHICLES VEHICLES PROJECT PROJECT

Prototypes Prototypes ininlarge-scale large-scaleand and testing new ways for transport testing new ways for transport

MECHATRONICS MECHATRONICS AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE Chains Chains Development Developmentfor for Mechatronics Mechatronics

PROFESSIONAL PROFESSIONAL && LIGHT LIGHT COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL VEHICLES VEHICLES Infrastructures Infrastructures INNOVATION INNOVATION CAMPUS CAMPUS AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE


prof. Dragoni - Politecnico Foundation of Milan

Innovation processes Innovation is a set of scientific, technological, industrial, organizational, financial and trade activities which contribute to a new product and/or a new production process. Innovation is not an aspect of the company: it is a dimension that affects every area of the company and its own nature: creativity, risk, knowledge, confidence, complexity, and so on. There are three types of innovation: • Incremental technological innovations , small improvements in product performance related to a certain evolution of competences and technological knowledge in the company; • discontinuous technological innovations , "jump" in performance of products or processes, caused by a disruption, and subsequent reconstruction, of skills and technological knowledge of the company. • the breakthrough technological innovations , “jump” in performance of products or processes, caused by an evolution of skills and know-how into the company.


prof. Dragoni - Politecnico Foundation of Milan

Human capital The key company's success does not more related on production, financial assets or property, but on so-called "intangible assets", such as knowledge resulting from relationships with partners, customers, suppliers and research centers. "The financial assets needed to create wealth is neither dealt with land nor physical labor or machine tools or plants: it is a capital made by knowledge" (Rifkin). The intangible assets are always in productive activities, but the importance acquired in recent years is mainly due to two dominant forces: radical structural changes of enterprises and deep information and technology innovations. The novelty of these last years is the centrality of knowledge not only for businesses development but also for their survival in the market. To meet these needs, big companies organized knowledge management systems, where it is easier activation of new organizational arrangements, restructuring of business processes, introduction of incentive mechanisms and training people to make available and use knowledge. Nowday, however,it is also important to spread this knowledge also amongst SMEs.


prof. Dragoni - Politecnico Foundation of Milan

Human capital and innovation in SMEs II capitale umano è infatti l’asset fondamentale dell’innovazione. Questo concetto può sembrare astratto, ma l’apprendimento sta alla base della capacità che il sistema ha di continuare a innovare nel futuro. L’apprendimento, infatti, consiste nella capacità di far proprie le informazioni che la ragione assume dalla realtà e di coglierne le connessioni. Questo aspetto, insieme alla disponibilità e all’apertura a voler confrontarsi e a mettersi in gioco, consente di sviluppare idee innovative. Per apprendere occorre conoscere lo sviluppo di nuovi materiali, lo sviluppo delle tecnologie, osservare la propria impresa, le altre imprese della stessa filiera e il sistema economico in generale, le dinamiche sociali, e ascoltare i propri dipendenti, i propri clienti e i propri fornitori, oltre a interfacciarsi con università e centri di ricerca. Tra gli ingredienti dell’innovazione tecnologica gioca sicuramente un ruolo fondamentale la conoscenza tecnologica, ed è altresì vero che si può fare innovazione tecnologica radicale senza un laboratorio di Ricerca e Sviluppo.


Technical Training School

to supply higher technical level technicians responding to demand of firms;

to integrate training and labour system;

to disseminate technical and scientific knowledge;

to sustain the innovation and technology transfer for SMEs;

to help the life long learning of workers.

The School offers a three years of higher technical education programme and stage at firms


TECHNICAL TRAINING SCHOOL IN MECHANIC SYSTEM Thanks to the size of the automotive sector and the initiatives already undertaken, the Abruzzo Region has scheduled to start an ITS on New Technology made in Italy in mechanical system;

It was established a foundation among:

Secondary technical high schools: ITIS Lanciano, ITIS Vasto, IPSIA Chieti; Local bodies: Province of Chieti e Municipality of Lanciano; Training organizations: CNOS-FAP e ENFAP; Enterprises: Soc. Cons. Innovazione Automotive e Metalmeccanica a r.l.; University: Università dell’Aquila - Engineering Faculty Other bodies: Chamber of Commerce of Chieti, Soc. Cons. Sangro-Aventino, Consorzio Universitario Lanciano, Adecco Italia Spa The Foundation started activities defining professional profiles needed by enterprises; the school’s coursers will be started on September 2011.


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