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MESAP Members’ Markets
Manufacturing plants and machines/robotics
Automotive and operation machines
Aerospace
Energy and environment
Biomedicine
Railway
ICT
Household machines
Buildings and civil engineering
Food and agriculture
Printers
Textile
Nanotechnologies
Chemical
1.300
125.000
20
21,9%
19,6%
12,7%
9,6%
6,3%
6,1%
6,0%
4,0%
3,8%
3,1%
1,9%
1,7%
1,3%
1,0%
Piemonte shows rooted tradition in all basic fields and
industrial applications both for mechatronics and
advanced production systems (mechanics, electrical and
electronic engineering, ICT) and has developed excellent
integration competences, often creating entire industrial
supply chains (from product/process development
procedures to manufacturing of specific mechatronics
components and systems).
In recent years, evolution of mechanics and related sectors
determined a strong push to manufacturing wide range
diversification, trying to follow or anticipate extremely
variable markets and demand pull by means of adaptive
and flexible industrial solutions.
In the last decades Piemonte has developed high level
competences extremely diversified, which are often the
basis for world class excellences in specific sectors or highly
skilled niches.
HOW
TO CONTACT US
MESAP is a consortium of partners
coordinated by Centro Servizi
Industrie Srl, the service company of
Unione Industriale di Torino, the
Employers’ Association of Turin.
MESAP – The regional Innovation
Cluster for MEchatronics and
Systems for Advanced Production
To contact us or our members,
please refer to following data:
Since 2009 the most important and dynamic local actors
active in these fields joined MESAP, sponsored by Piemonte
Region inside Regional Programme ERDF 2007-2013 and
managed by Centro Servizi Industrie, the service Company
of Unione Industriale Torino.
The final goal of MESAP’s actions is to strengthen regional
industrial capabilities and local supply chains, enhancing
their competitiveness all over the world, through:
MECHANICS
Telephone number:
+ 39 011 5718462
MECHANICS
ELECTRONICS
ELECTRONICS
ICT
CONTROL SCIENCE
MECHANICS
ELECTRONICS
ICT
CONTROL SCIENCE
ELECTRONICS
CONTROL SCIENCE
billion
turnover
Industrial background of Piemonte
MECHANICS
ELECTRONICS
CONTROL
SCIENCE
ICT
employees
Companies are located in all phases
of the supply chain:
manufacturers of complete systems
suppliers of components and systems
Cluster Members show top
level of specialization in
integration of mechanics,
electronics and control science
and advanced mechanics
ICT
CONTROL SCIENCE
companies
205
2
9
162
32
34
41
3
5
14
Fax number:
+ 39 011 5718458
members
universities
- technology and market transfer
research centres
small & medium
rnterprises (SMEs)
large companies
collaborative
projects
e-mail: [email protected]
Centro Servizi Industrie S.r.l.
Via M. Fanti 17 • 10128 Torino
Tel. + 39 011 5718462
Fax + 39 011 5718458
www.mesapiemonte.it
[email protected]
M€ allocated
on projects
technological
trajectories
technology paths
industrial fields
- international expansion both for business and research
OJEU 2006/C 323/01
par. 2.2 (m):
“Innovation clusters means
groupings of independent
undertakings - innovative
start-ups, small, medium
and large undertakings as
well as research organisations - operating in a particular sector and region and
designed to stimulate innovative activity by promoting
intensive interactions, sharing of facilities and exchange
of knowledge and expertise
and by contributing effectively to technology transfer,
networking and information
dissemination among the
undertakings in the cluster”.
REGIONE
Ministero
dello Sviluppo Economico
Project co-financed by the ERDF Piemonte ROP 2007-2013
PIEMONTE
SYNERGY FOR SUCCESS
SYNERGY FOR SUCCESS
Cluster members’ technology mapping
MESAP development strategy
• printed circuits
• integrated circuits
ICT
• power electronics
• wireless solutions • microelectronics
• internet of things • optoelectronics/
ELECTRONICS
laser
• software
for controls
• CAD/CAE/CAT
• PLC’s
• robotics
• sensors
• system modeling
• actuators
and simulation
• automation
• embedded systems
technology
• real time controls
• MEMS/NEMS
• smart systems
integration
CONTROL SCIENCE
• system theory
• artificial intelligence
1st PROJECT
WAVE
2010
2nd PROJECT
WAVE
2011
3th PROJECT
WAVE
2012
Mid-2010: 13
collaborative research
projects were launched
Mid-2011: 10
collaborative research
projects were launched
Mid-2012: 11
collaborative research
projects were launched
CLUSTER
SET-UP
2009
MESAP started
its activities
on April 2009
Valuation of technology assets of MESAP
R&D projects
STEP1 -
Analysis of Cluster
technology assets and
intellectual property
rights, starting of
interaction with
international Clusters
ASSET
4th PROJECT
WAVE
2013
valorization
internationalization
Mid-2013: ...
collaborative research
projects will be launched
Mesap monitors project
fall-outs in order to valorize
them at national and
international level
STEP2 - MESAP
IP Management
Proper mix between “Bottom-up” and “Top down”: members’ needs are the starting
point. The projects are proposed by firms, but they are coherent with the framework
defined by Mesap. Projects generation is strongly supported by a series of original methods
and tools, which also enable Partners aggregation.
• mechanical elements
• machines
• precision machines
intellectual
property rights
management
transfer
to market
Approach:
MECHANICS
fast
innovation
STEP3 - Evaluation and
value adding for MESAP
R&D projects output
Source MESAP - ICM International
Collaborative: every Mesap project is collaborative. Each project involves different kind of
participant: SME, large firms, University/Research Center. Average dimension is about 5
participants for each project.
Source MESAP - ICM International
50/50 funding: projects’ funding is equally split between private and public entities. 50%
of the project is founded by Regione Piemonte while the other 50% is divided into
participants (in different proportion).
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Source MESAP - ICM International
5) MANTRA (MANufacturing TRAnsformation)
New transformation, manufacturing
and assembly processes
FLEX
PROCESSES
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/ GRE
FLEX HMI
Large companies
4) MICRONA (MICROtechnologies/NAnotechnologies)
for products and processes
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er on
en vir
en
SMEs
3) HMI (Human Machine Interface)
for products and processes
ical
enabling
services
Universities
FLEX
MECHA
chem
2) MECHA (MECHatronics Automation) - Advanced
mechatronics controls for products and processes
RC-TT
SMART
HMI
R&D sub-paths:
1) VIPS (VIrtual Performance Simulation) - SW/HW
for product, process development and testing
SMART
PRODUCTS
ay
railw
GREEN PROCESSES - Mechatronics and systems
for advanced production applications for ecological
and eco-efficient manufacturing processes
SMART
VIPS
foo
agricd and
ultur
e
manufacturing
(assembling)
Companies that offer
enabling services are present
along the entire supply chain
• support service/solutions
• software
• technical assistance
g
SMART PRODUCTS - Mechatronics applications
to consumer and industrial products
auto
mo
and o
p tive
macheration
ines
ce
components
production
R&D paths:
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sp
ro
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prototyping
and testing
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ng p
cturichines
a
f
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man and ma tics
robo
SMART
MECHA
R&D
(concept
design)
Projects portfolio 2010-2012
FLEX PROCESSES - Mechatronics and systems
for advanced production applications to enable
flexible manufacturing processes
core activities
MESAP Members are located
in all phases of the supply
chain with different levels
of integration
technology
transfer
knowledge
base
applied
research
education
Technological and Industrial Fields
vi bu
l e il
ng din
in gs
ee
rin
The MESAP Mechatronics Global System
34
19,5
41
100
5
9
R&D projects
M€ (public funding)
Sisma
Safety design procedures
for mechatronic
SMAX
automotive systems Smart Axle design,
development
Simebus
and testing
Mechatronics systems
for energy efficiency
Mechatronics
in bus transport
for Automotive
M€ (costs)
Partners involved: 89 Companies,
all Universities and Research Centres
Average partners number
in projects
Promame
Process for mechatronic
opening/closing device
Gcap
Glue Casting
Automatic Process
Xsia
Extended SCADA
over IP Architecture
Diacalar
Diagnostic and control
of bridge cranes
with laser systems
m-flex
Flexible Micromanufacturing
system coupling laser
and high speed
drilling machine
Robotcell
Methods and tools
Biomicrofab
for robotized cells
Design and development
design
of advanced automatic
production system in
biomedical field
Eco-efficient products
and production
processes
Production
processes
automation
SMARTEN
Smart eco drive belt
tensioner
LIFE
Innovative eye-safe
high efficiency
optical fiber laser
Biomedical
mechatronics
applications
EMA
Electronic
Mind Access
Raca
High friction
coefficient coatings
for Automation
MEMA
MEasurement
& MAnipulation
Mechexp
MECHatronic EXPert
Mechatronics:
methods and tools
Mechatronics
for railways
Railwaves
On-board train monitoring
based on Wireless
Sensors Network
Hexec
Hand Exoskeleton
Emg Controlled
Amico
Advanced Monitoring
and Intelligent Control
Faros
Framework Automation
Real-time Open Source
ASIU
Active steering
input unit
Industrial sectors:
- Manufacturing plants,
machines, robotics
- Automotive, operation machines
- Aerospace
- Energy/Environment
- Biomedicine
- Railway
- Chemical
- Printers
- Household machines
Adhoc
Advanced Design procedure
for taylor-made High
performance Open and
flexible Control systems
Nanostructured
surface treatments
Lavoeco
Eco-innovative machinery
for extreme conditions
and environment
Trisca
Innovative surface
treatments and coatings
for hot molds
RADRIODRY
Radio frequency
paper dryer
APMD
Verde-piezo
Active and passive magnetic
From vibrations to
EHA-Inavico
devices for levitation
energy by piezoelectric
Electro hydrostatic
of rotating shafts
ecocompatible devices
actuation for industrial
automation and
vibration control
Smash gaming
Smart TMP
Integrated nanostructured
Magnetic Suspensions
micro sensor for analysis and
for Turbomolecular
sensing of toxic gases
Green plasma
Pumps
Plasma micro treatment
Optadi
of
industrial
waters
Production and
and solid waste
manufacturing optimization
MAC
of austempered cast
Cement based friction
Smart paint
iron (ADI) components
materials with
for transport industry Mechatronic structure for
lower eco impact
coating surface treatment
in paper industry
International relationships
Main target subjects
Similar and complementary Innovation Clusters
Projects in progress
• Clusters in cooperation
• Mechatronics European Intercluster
Main goals of international collaboration
• Participate to cooperative R&D European/international projects
• Share skills and competences, exchanging best practises
and technology transfer methods
• Create synergies with the most important mechatronics
european networks
• Value the results of R&D projects supported through MESAP
• Enhance commercial relationships between our Partners
and international ones
SYNERGY FOR SUCCESS
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