Final Project
Innovation & Entrepreneurial Growth
TECE 6200 class
Prof. Tucker Marion
Susan, Pratik, Mohammed, Hashem,...
Nanotechnology
Nanotubes
Emerging Technology
Subjects Covered in this presentation:
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D.
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
...
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D.
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges.
6...
Technical Side
Nanotubes is one subset of Nanotechnology
- Nano: is a measure of something very small, it is actually equal to one
bill...
Technical:
A nanotube is a tiny, hollow, long, thin and strong tube with an outside diameter
of a nanometer that is form...
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D.
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges.
6...
R&D
Time to reach the market:
- During the Next 5 years:
As the cost of manufacturing the technology reduces we will see CNT...
Current Issues With Technology
- Creating a uniform material.
- Purification
- High Cost of production.
- Risk Assessm...
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges.
6....
Marketing Applications
Current Nanotube Markets
Potential Future Markets
- To replace standard X-Ray and CT scans
- To use Graphene (a semicon...
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D.
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges.
6...
Early Adopters
Early Adopters:
- Universities.
- Laboratories (Bayer Material Science).
- Corporate companies (Sports, Health, and Com...
Early Adopters
- Batteries (EVs) ex. Tesla
1. A larger storage capacity,
2. A longer battery life
3. Ability to rechar...
Early Adopters
(Sports Equipment) ex. Babolat
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D.
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges.
6...
Commercializing Plan
Forecasting
- The next generation might see the use of CNT as vehicle armor, personal armor,
or also as the next-generat...
Challenges in Commercialization:
- The technology is not fully understood.
- The limitation of technology, time and capi...
1. Technology & Technical
2. R&D.
3. Marketing Applications
4. Early Adopters
5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges.
6...
Recommendation
Strategic Solutions:
- Nanotechnology has many aspects of usage which allow the science to improve the
quality of many p...
Thank You
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Nanotechnology Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)

A research project abut Nanotechnology-Carbon Nanotubes
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  • 1. Final Project Innovation & Entrepreneurial Growth TECE 6200 class Prof. Tucker Marion Susan, Pratik, Mohammed, Hashem, and Sagar 29th/11/2012
  • 2. Nanotechnology Nanotubes Emerging Technology
  • 3. Subjects Covered in this presentation: 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D. 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 4. 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D. 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 5. Technical Side
  • 6. Nanotubes is one subset of Nanotechnology - Nano: is a measure of something very small, it is actually equal to one billionth, therefore, one nanometer is equivalent to 1000,000,000 meter.
  • 7. Technical: A nanotube is a tiny, hollow, long, thin and strong tube with an outside diameter of a nanometer that is formed from atoms such as carbon. Types 1. SWCNT (Single Walled Carbon-Nanotubes): 2. MWCNT (Multi Walled Carbon-Nanotubes): Method of Production: 1. Electric Arc Discharge 2. Laser Ablation Method 3. Catalyzed Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD)
  • 8. 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D. 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 9. R&D
  • 10. Time to reach the market: - During the Next 5 years: As the cost of manufacturing the technology reduces we will see CNT being inserted to almost all the materials, which will eventually lead to increase in the quality of the product and making the product even more durable, More lighter and having excellent properties. Many Start-ups are now appearing with various types of Carbon Nanotube materials and will continue to appear in the next 5 yrs. - During the Next 10 years: The Next 10 years are very crucial and we will be seeing many breakthroughs in this field. Testing of the Medical methods already developed in medical industry, using the Carbon Nanotubes, is also currently in progress. We will see that in years to come many medicines using the Carbon Nanotubes either for Drug delivery or for radioactive treatment of many diseases and for Diagnoses.
  • 11. Current Issues With Technology - Creating a uniform material. - Purification - High Cost of production. - Risk Assessment RISK ASSESSMENT (RA): - Only 4% is spent on Risk assessment. - No consideration to the product life cycle and how it is being interacting with other events. Cost: - 95$-500$ per gram. - The Cost also varies a lot with the purity and the Walls of the CNT
  • 12. 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 13. Marketing Applications
  • 14. Current Nanotube Markets Potential Future Markets - To replace standard X-Ray and CT scans - To use Graphene (a semiconductor) to possibly replace silicon chips. - Electronics materials - Aircraft construction. - A prototype for carbon nanotube tires - E-Sheets / e-Paper, 10 times thinner than a sheet of paper, Marketing Application - Easton-Bell Sports, Inc - Zyvex Technologies - Amroy Europe Oy manufactures - Sports equipment (Tennis, Golf..etc)
  • 15. 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D. 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 16. Early Adopters
  • 17. Early Adopters: - Universities. - Laboratories (Bayer Material Science). - Corporate companies (Sports, Health, and Computer & Electronic., etc..). - Governmental organization (Department of Defence). - Why Nanotechnology is an emerging technology: Nanotechnology is one of the key technologies of the 21st century: 1- Applied to several industries. 2- Can improve the quality of variety of our life products. 3- Reduce the waste & less damage. 4- Long life products and utilization.
  • 18. Early Adopters - Batteries (EVs) ex. Tesla 1. A larger storage capacity, 2. A longer battery life 3. Ability to recharge quickly 4. Provide a lot of power in a short amount of time.
  • 19. Early Adopters (Sports Equipment) ex. Babolat
  • 20. 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D. 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 21. Commercializing Plan
  • 22. Forecasting - The next generation might see the use of CNT as vehicle armor, personal armor, or also as the next-generation electronic display. - The quickness of changing in circle process for the Nanotubes. - In the future, you might see a whole tennis racket made out of CNT. - It might be possible to build space elevator because of its high tensile strength.
  • 23. Challenges in Commercialization: - The technology is not fully understood. - The limitation of technology, time and capital are the main challenges that threatening CNTs producers. Commercialization strategy: - Raise awareness (educate market audience - university channel) - Growing demand - End customer's demand drive companies strategy
  • 24. 1. Technology & Technical 2. R&D. 3. Marketing Applications 4. Early Adopters 5. Commercializing Plan & Challenges. 6. Conclusion & Recommendation
  • 25. Recommendation
  • 26. Strategic Solutions: - Nanotechnology has many aspects of usage which allow the science to improve the quality of many products, but: We need to: 1. Spread Awareness. 2. Increase R&D Funding.
  • 27. Thank You

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