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Modular innovations

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MODULAR
INNOVATION

INNOVATION
Is the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, in articulated needs, or existing market needs. This is accomplished through more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas that are readily available to markets, governments and society.
DEFINITION
HISTORY
TYPES
ONLY
FUNCTIONS:
TWO
INNOVATION.
CHARACTERISTICS OF AN INNOVATIVE PERSON
What innovation was the most important in the history of the mankind?
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Business has only two functions: Marketing and Innovation.
Incremental
Radical
Architectural
Modular
DIFFERENCES
Incremental Improved No change
Modular New No change
Radical New New configuration
Architectural Improved New configuration

Modular innovation uses the architecture and configuration associated with the existing system of an established product, but employs new components with different design concepts.
MODULAR INNOVATION
1950
1956
1979
1973
1923
Aronund 500 A.C.
THE HEART PACEMAKER
In 1949 John Hopps (electronic engineer) discovered that when the heart stopped beating a stimulation could be resuscitated mechanically or electrically and elaborated the first defibrillator. In 1950, John improved his invention by creating the first pacemaker that was too big to be used internally.
TV REMOTE CONTROL
Before there existed other TV remote controls, but they worked only attached to wires. Only in 1956 Dr. Robert Adler designed the Space Command based on ultrasonics. Ultrasonic remote controls remained the dominant design for the next twenty-five years, and as the name suggests they worked using ultrasound waves.
CARS WITH AIRBAG
The airbag is a passive safety system installed on all modern cars. This system was patented on October 23, 1971 by Mercedes-Benz signature. In case of collision (with acceleration greater than 3 G) "safety pillows" should lower the impact on the occupants and protect them from the damages and injuries. It was estimated that in the event of a frontal impact its use can reduce the risk of death by 30%.
THE PERSONAL STEREO
Was launched in 1979 by the company Sony. Before being modified and becoming a personal stereo it was a device for recording and playing only with a speaker.
ABACUS
Merchants who traded goods not only needed a good way to count goods they bought and sold, but also to calculate the costs of those items. The abacus was created because it was very difficult to calculate large quantities with hands.
THE TRAFFIC SIGNAL
1923: Garrett Morgan patents his version of the traffic signal (three-color traffic light).
The earliest known traffic signal dates to London in 1868, actually it was a revolving lantern that flashed with red lights (for stop) and green lights (for caution) and was illuminated by gas and operated by hand.
1986
1987
1997
2014
LAPTOP COMPUTER
On April 3, 1986, IBM introduced the 5140 “Convertible”.
It weighed 12 lbs.
The ”Convertible” had a detachable miniature monitor, which theoretically allowed the user with a monitor adapter to hook up the screen to a larger external monitor.
DISPOSABLE CONTACT LENSES
Contact lenses in a corrective or cosmetic purposes are placed in the eye, particularly, on the tear film that lubricates the cornea and makes their wearing more comfortable. These lenses are considered to be medical devices, thus must also meet special requirements.
DOLLY THE SHEEP
Dolly was the first mammal cloned from an adult cell. Her creators were scientists from the Roslin Institute of Edinburgh (Scotland) - Ian Wilmut and Keith Campbell. Her birth was announced only seven months later, on February 23, 1997.
Examples of Modular Innovations
WHAT INVENTIONS WOULD YOU ADD TO THIS LIST?
Is a specific group of activities inside of a business, with the function of discovering and creating new knowledge about science and technology with the aim of discover and allow the development of valuable new products, processes and services.
Nations that invest more in R & D annually.
Steam engine of car
Trolleybus
Magnetic tapes
EXAMPLES
washing machines without a spin
History Of Innovations

a change that builds on a firm’s expertise in component technology within an
established architecture.
Radical innovation establishes a new dominant design, and hence a new set
of core design concepts embodied in components
that are linked together in a
new architecture.
the essence of an architectural innovation is the reconfiguration of an
established system to link together existing components in a new way
1. Eric Schmidt, Larry Page and Sergey Brin
They are responsible for leading Google, the most important Internet search engine that also owns the mobile operating system, Chrome browsers, apps and etc. and also an investments in alternative energy sources.
2. Jeff Bezos
AMAZON CEO

Bezos is one of the CEOs with more adventurous spirit and who dares to many things. Amazon was one of the first major companies to sell goods over the Internet and today is one of the most successful in this field.
3. Steve Jobs
APPLE CEO
Steve Jobs was one of the founders of Apple Inc. Thanks to his inventions Apple is one of the most important technological companies in the world nowadays.
4. Shigeru Miyamoto
Managing Director of Nintendo
He helped to create such famous video games as Mario Bross and Donkey Kong, few years ago he created Nintendo's new console, called Wii, which is played with body movements.
5. Mark Zuckerberg
He is the founder of the largest and most important social network in the world.
MOST INNOVATIVE PEOPLE
Innovation Components System
Fuel engine
of car
Enhancement
Challenge
Technology
Improvement
Initiative
Catalyst
Change
Re-engineering
Forward
Recreation
Process improvement
Meeting client requirements
Finding ways of making things better
Better
New perspective
Dynamic
Creativity
New
FTE saves
Doing things differently
Betterment
Providing simpler solutions
Continuously improving processes
Adding value to the current processes
Progressive change
Efficiency
Out of the box ideas
New ideas and solutions
Thinking differently
Autobus
Floppy disks
Washing
machines with automated spin
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