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Impact of Nano Carbons for the 4th Industrial Revolution

Presentation held at 8th Annual Stuttgart NanoDays Workshop on Challenges in Emerging Materials, September 14th-15th, 2016, Stuttgart
: Kolaric, Ivica

Präsentation urn:nbn:de:0011-n-4150609 (4.7 MByte PDF)
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Erstellt am: 30.9.2016

2016, 48 Folien
Stuttgart NanoDays Workshop <8, 2016, Stuttgart>
Vortrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IPA ()
Industrie 4.0; Nano Carbon; Additive Manufacturing (AM); wearable; Mensch Maschine Schnittstelle; Human-machine interface; graphene; Cyber-Physisches System (CPS); smart materials; printed electronics

The creation of value of tangible goods such as cars, medicine, and cloth starts a t the material level. New alloys and fibers led to lighter, saver and more efficient transportation such as cars and planes. Furthermore, innovations on nano level led to very efficient and affordable electronics used every day be millions of users. Without research on nanomaterials mobile phones won’t be as smart as they are and their batteries won’t endure the whole day. Even though that the impact of nanomaterials on innovations is enormous, the public perception of nanomaterials and its science is significantly decreasing.
Today, there is an intensive discussion about the impact of ICT Technologies on the production of the future, the deployment of EV markets as well as additive manufacturing. However, within this topics nano materials and its science have a huge importance. The internet of things and services will require an enormous amount of better and cheaper synthetic electronic. Electro vehicles produced in Europe, will need new energy storage systems produced in Europe. The fundamental understanding of materials and its process ability on sub micro level, will improve the quality of products made by additive manufacturing methods. As a result nanomaterials and its processes will have a significant stake in the value creation process in Europe’s future production.
Further a new market turning from an end customer market into an important key technology. Wearable electronic will be used to connect man, machine and IT infrastructure. As a result Nano carbons will support to link all participants of the fourth industrial revolution in a new and efficient way. Due to their versatility in Human Machine Interface nano carbons can over perform many of its competitors.