Presentation of NANOfutures Innovation Roadmap for 2020

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NANOfutures
association
Development of micro and nano
technologies roadmap for 2020
Lambertini Vito
Aarhus 19-21 June 2012
NANOfutures
European Technology Innovation Platform
Roadmapping Approach
Roadmap Overview
Roadmap for Applications &
Products
Roadmap for grand challenges
Conclusion
Aarhus 19-21 June 2012
NANOfutures
European Technology Innovation Platform
Roadmapping Approach
Roadmap Overview
Roadmap for Applications &
Products
Roadmap for grand challenges
Conclusion
Aarhus 19-21 June 2012
Roadmapping Approach
NANOfutures - Grand Challenges
If effective alignment of private and public efforts over promising areas is
guaranteed from short to long term, European Nanotechnology is
expected to give an outstanding contribution to major Societal
challenges of our time:

Health, demographic change and wellbeing;

Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research
and the bio-economy;

Secure, clean and efficient energy;

Smart, green and integrated transport;

Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials;

Inclusive, innovative and secure societies.
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Roadmapping Approach
NANOfutures – Industrial sectors
10 Horizontal
working groups
RESEARCH and
TECHNOLOGY
INDUSTRIALIZATION
11 ETPs
COMMUNICATION
SAFETY RESEARCH
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
STANDARDIZATION
REGULATION
Tech.Transfer and
Innovation Financing
NETWORKING
SKILLS AND
EDUCATION
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NANOfutures
European Technology Innovation Platform
Roadmapping Approach
Roadmap Overview
Roadmap for Applications &
Products
Roadmap for grand challenges
Conclusion
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Roadmap Overview
Value Chains
Functional Fluids
Lightweight multifunctional materials and
sustainable composites
Alloys Ceramics, Intermetallics
Structured Surfaces
Nano-enabled
surfaces
Nano-enabled surfaces for multi-sectorial
applications
Cross Sectorial Non-Technological Actions
Nano structures and
composites
Integration of nano
Infrastructure for Multiscale Modelling and
Testing
Nano-Micro scale
manufacturing
Design, Modelling and Testing
of materials
Key Nodes
Safety &
Sustainability
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Roadmap Overview
TRL 1-4 TRL 5-6 TRL 7-8
TOOLS
MATERIALS
MODELLING
MARKET DEFINITION
METROLOGY
COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
FINAL
PRODUCT
WASTE
TREATMENT
ACTION
ACTION
ACTION
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
NON-TECH ACTIONS
to complete the
definition of the market
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
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NON- TECHNOLOGICAL CROSS- CUTTING ACTIONS FOR ALL VALUE CHAINS
TARGETS
• Smart Sustainable Growth
• effective technology transfer and innovation financing
actions, boosting private investment and industrial
uptake
• must address the Grand Challenges of our time
• Ensure high levels of safety
• Research into effects on human health and
environment, life-cycle assessment, test methods
/equipment
• Further review & effective implementation of
standardization and regulation
• Consolidate Public Trust
• Dialogue and Education
• Effective Communication
STANDARDIZATION
COMMUNICATION &
NETWORKING
ENVIRONMENT
SAFETY
REGULATION
TECH TRANSFER &
INNOVATION FINANCING
EDUCATION
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NON- TECHNOLOGICAL CROSS- CUTTING ACTIONS: DETAILS/1
TOOLS
SAFETY
MATERIALS
MODELLING
Understand the
hazardous nature of
the material
Assess and control
potential releases to
workplace air during
manufacturing and
life cycle
ENVIRONMENT
Adopt safety by
design into
material
selection
Characterise and
control potential
release to the
environment
(air/soil/water)
from the developed
processes
STANDARDIZATION
REGULATION
METROLOGY
Appropriate
nomenclature
for nano
COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
Assess and control
potential release to
workplace air during
component
manufacturing and
assembly
Apply
technologies/techniques
that maximise the
extent to which the
material is incorporated
into the product in
order to i) maximise
functionality and ii)
minimise releases to the
environment
FINAL
PRODUCT
Control potential
release during
professional
and/or
consumer use.
Recommend safety
advice to professional
and/or consumer users
Characterise and
control potential
release to the
environment
(mainly water)
from the
developed
processes
WASTE
TREATMENT
Control
potential
worker
exposure
during
recycling &
disposal
Understand
fate and
behaviour of
these
materials in
the
environment
Apply
standards
/SOPs for
safe
disposal
of these
materials
Apply standards/SOPs for safe handling of these materials ,
considering the whole life cycle
Appropriate level of
Apply
Appropriate level of
regulation to
standards/SOPs
regulation to address
address EHS issues
for safe handling
EHS issues whilst
whilst supporting
of these
supporting innovation
innovation
materials
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NON- TECHNOLOGICAL CROSS- CUTTING ACTIONS: DETAILS/2
TOOLS
MATERIALS
COMMUNICATION &
NETWORKING
MODELLING
METROLOGY
COMPONENTS
FINAL
PRODUCT
ASSEMBLY
Communication of knowledge regarding hazardous nature of the material down
the supply chain.
More information flow and dialogue between industry and educational experts
Initiate dialogue with the public (with industry, regulators etc. ) about future
potential benefits about nanotechnology.
Develop tools to assess societal impacts of nanoproducts .
Communication and clustering actions across different sectors and between
Academia and Industry, Infrastructure facilities and Society.
Better Regional/National Funding Agencies Coordination
WASTE
TREATMENT
Effective
communication to
the EU society on
the social and
economic impact.
To foster more
dialogue among
policy makers about
best practices in
nano
Extra EU trans-national cooperation
& Networking
Involvement of investors
and Investment readiness
programmes for SMEs
Actions for the benefit of SMEs
TECH TRANSFER &
INNOVATION FINANCING
New business strategies
and business models for
nano-enabled products
Support infrastructure for
TT service (eco-system of
labs and skilled persons)
Cross-sectorial TT
programme
TT from academia to
industry.
ICT and TT
commercialization
tools
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Roadmap Overview
VC1 - Lightweight
multifunctional materials
and sustainable
composites
Textile and sport
sector
VC3
Structured
Surfaces
Transportation
Packaging
Energy
Construction
and buildings
ICT
Construction and buildings
ICT (Nanoelectronics, photonics,
sensors)
Transportation
Textile and
passive funct.
Energy (PV
batteries,
harvesting)
VC5
Functional
Fluids
Construction and
building
Consumer
Products
(Cosmetics &
Household
Cleaning)
ICT (Thermal &
Electrical
Management)
Medicine
(Bio-sensors,
Lab on a
Chip, regen.
medicine)
Plasma and
Vacuum
Engineered
Surfaces
VC2 - Nanoenabled
surfaces for
multi-sectorial
applications
VC4
Alloys
Ceramics,
Intermetallics
Energy
Harvesting &
Conversion
ICT Functional
Packaging
Wet Engineered
Surfaces
VC7
Infrastructure
for Multiscale
Modelling and
Testing
Complex Adaptive
Systems for
complete product
design
VC6
Integration of
nano
Direct manufacturing
Transportation
Medicine &Pharma
Finished net shaped
3D structures for
nanoelectronics &
photonics
Catalysis
and
filtration
Cross Sectorial Non-Technological Actions
Semi
finished
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VC1c - LIGHTWEIGHT MULTIFUNCTIONAL MATERIALS and SUSTAINABLE
COMPOSITES for TRANSPORTATION
TRL 1-4
TRL 5-6
TRL 7-8
TOOLS
MATERIALS
Development of
cost effective
industrial scale
technologies for
synthesis and
technologies for
dispersion/exfoliati
on (extrusion)
METROLOGY
Thin
glass/
Plastic
Composites
glazing
with added
functionality
Development of
methods for
functionalization during
synthesis to reduce
production steps and
alignment of nanoobjects
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
MODELLING
Design of
multifunctional
materials
tailored for
different needs
Understanding of
relationships
morphology/func
tionality/triggers
of multifunctional
polymers
COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
FINAL
PRODUCT
Integration of novel
Low cost and
materials into existing
large scale
production and assembly
functionalized
lines
composites
Multilayer
Metal foams based
materials
panels
Thin glass
Ceramic parts
Metal-foam
Multilayer
sandwich panel
materials
structures
Thin glass
Ceramic parts
Advanced smart
Monitoring of
multifunctional
materials
foams
structure,
properties and
Adaptation/modification
functionalities
of novel technologies for
production on industrial
Characterization
scale smart polymer;
and monitoring
implementation of these
of materials
materials into different
structure,
devices
properties and
functionalities
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
assembly and finishing of
products
WASTE
TREATMENT
LCA and
ELV
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
SAFETY
Characterise and control
potential release of
nanoparticles during waste
treatment and reprocessing.
Understand potential
environmental hazards
resulting from recycling
processes
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VC1f - LIGHTWEIGHT MULTIFUNCTIONAL MATERIALS and SUSTAINABLE
COMPOSITES for CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING
TRL 1-4
TRL 5-6
TRL 7-8
TOOLS
MATERIALS
Composites:
development of
materials and
construction
parts
Multilayer
barrier
materials
MODELLING
METROLOGY
COMPONENTS
Integration of novel
materials into existing
production and
assembly lines
Multilayer
components
Monitoring of
materials
Composites
structure,
with added
properties and
functionality
Designing of
functionalities
multifunctio
Development of
nal materials
methods for
Characterizatio
tailored for
functionalization
n and
different
during synthesis to
monitoring
of
needs
reduce production Materials
mateials
steps and
modelling,
structure,
alignment of nano- thermal
properties and
objects
simulation and
functionalities
process design
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
FINAL
PRODUCT
ASSEMBLY
LCA of the
process
and
integration
of wastes
in the LCA
analysis
Low cost and
large scale
functionalize
d composites
Advanced
smart
multifunctional
foams and
multilayer
components
Adaptation of
machines and
process’
parameters to
maintain
functionalities
Adaptation/modification
of novel technologies for
production on industrial
scale smart polymer and
concrete
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
assembly and finishing of
products
WASTE
TREATMENT
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
SAFETY
Characterise and control
potential release of
nanoparticles during waste
treatment and reprocessing.
Understand potential
environmental hazards
resulting from recycling
processes
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ROADMAPS for ALL VALUE CHAINS and RELATED MARKETS
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NANOfutures
European Technology Innovation Platform
Roadmapping Approach
Roadmap Overview
Roadmap for Applications &
Products
Roadmap for grand challenges
Conclusion
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PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION
Products
Long time, low cost fuel cell membranes and batteries; Low friction engines & lubricants;
Smart glass surfaces; Lightweight metal or plastic sheet for chassis; efficient tires, wiper
blades, seals; sustainable lightings and heating systems; smart sensors and radar systems
TRL 1-4
Thin glass
Development of
methods for
functionalization during
synthesis to reduce
production steps and
alignment of nanoobjects
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
Design of
multifunctional
materials
tailored for
different needs
Understanding
of relationships
morphology/fun
ctionality/trigge
rs of
multifunctional
polymers
ASSEMBLY
FINAL
PRODUCT
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
assembly and finishing of
products
WASTE
TREATMENT
TOOLS
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
SAFETY
Characterise and control
potential release of
nanoparticles during waste
treatment and reprocessing.
Understand potential
environmental hazards
resulting from recycling
processes
MATERIALS
Liquid-based
deposition processes
of nano-enabled thin
films on rigid organic
and metallic
substrates
Process upscaling for
deposition on rigid
organic and metallic
sheet materials
Process
development for
deposition on semiflexible and flexible
substrate materials
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
MODELLING
METROLOGY
Design and modeling
strategies for
improved interface
adhesion with
substrate and within
nano-enabled layers
Unraveling
relationships
processing /
morphology /
functionality of nanoenabled thin films with
complex architectures
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
manufacture
COMPONENTS
FINAL
PRODUCT
ASSEMBLY
WASTE
TREATMENT
Integration of novel nanoenabled surfaces on
common rigid engineering
materials into existing
industrial production and
assembly lines
High speed
characterization
of nano-enabled
thin films on
rigid substrates
and
combinatorial
approaches
Implementation of novel
technologies for
production of nanoenabled surfaces with
dedicated functionalities
on flexible substrates into
novel devices
TOOLS
MODELLING
METROLOGY
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
SAFETY
Characterise and control
potential release of
nanoparticles during waste
treatment and reprocessing
COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
FINAL
PRODUCT
WASTE
TREATMENT
Integration of novel materials
in existing production and
assembly lines (blending,
inkjet, R2R)
Cost effective
industrial scale
technologies for filler
synthesis and
technologies for
dispersion
Development of
technology able to
produce in
reproducible way
complex
nanomaterials
LONG TERM
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
assembly and finishing of
products
MATERIALS
TRL 7-8
COMPONENTS
Integration of novel
Low cost and
materials into existing
large scale
production and assembly
functionalized
lines
composites
Multilayer
Metal foams based
materials
panels
Thin glass
Ceramic parts
Metal-foam
Multilayer
sandwich panel
materials
structures
Thin
glass
Ceramic parts
Advanced smart
Monitoring of
multifunctional
materials
foams
structure,
properties and
Adaptation/modification
functionalities
of novel technologies for
production on industrial
Characterization
scale smart polymer;
and monitoring
implementation of these
of materials
materials into different
structure,
devices
properties and
functionalities
TRL 5-6
Composites
with added
functionality
METROLOGY
TRL 7-8
Development of
cost effective
industrial scale
technologies for
synthesis and
technologies for
dispersion/exfoliati
on (extrusion)
MODELLING
TRL 5-6
TRL 7-8
TRL 5-6
MATERIALS
TRL 1-4
VC1,VC2,VC3,VC4,
VC5,VC6,VC7
TOOLS
Related
actions
Enabling technologies:
nanocomposites, nano-enabled thin glasses, metal-foams sandwitch
panels, ceramic structures, nanoporous structures, coatings,
structured surfaces and functional fluids tuned for transportation
TRL 1-4
Involved
Value
Chains
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
Modeling of
nanoparticles
behavior in
active systems
through reengineering of
actual systems
Design of
multifunctional
materials
tailored for
different needs
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
manufacture
Monitori
ng of
material
behavior
in useand
Analysis
process control
of dispersion of
nanofillers into
liquid
Monitoring of
materials
structure,
properties and
functionalities
Adaptation of existing
tools for direct use or
integration in devices of
novel multi-fluids
Adaptation of
devices
integration smart
fluids
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
SAFETY
For fuel-based products,
characterise and control
potential release to the
environment from use.
Characterise and control
potential release of
nanoparticles during
disposal and waste
treatment
Addressing Grand Challenges:
Smart, green and integrated transport;
Climate action, resource efficiency and raw
materials.
ETPs
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PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS FOR ENERGY
Products
Advanced Solar cells
(Including organic &
hybrid PV)
solid state
lighting
(LED, OLED,
PLED)
Efficient catalysis & carbon
capture and storage -CCS
(pollution control in fuels, in
geothermal etc.)
Storage technologies (hybrid batteries,
gas, hydrogen). Power electronics for
industrial applications and engine
management)
Target Market Size :
- In 2030, at least 30% shares of renewables in gross final energy consumption*
-In 2035 renewables, including hydro, produce roughly 15000 terawatthours
(TWh) in the world**
Involved Value Chains: VC1, VC2, VC3, VC4, VC6 and VC7
Multifunctional and smart polymer nanocomposites, multilayer structures, porous structures,
metal alloy, ceramics, intermetallics, nanostructured surfaces, coatings and paints for energy
generation, harversting, storage and distribution/management needs (high barrier
properties for energy cell, enhanced gas absorption and trapping, efficient energy
transmission, magnetic storage, catalytic structures and coatings, power electronics) .
Addressing Grand Challenges:
ETPs
Secure, clean and efficient energy;
Smart, green and integrated transport;
Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials;
*Source: http://ec.europa.eu/energy/energy2020/roadmap/doc/com_2011_8852_en.pdf
**Source: http://www.iea.org/IEAEnergy/Issue2_Renewables.pdf
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Applications & Products
ENERGY
TRANSPORTATION
CONSTRUCTION & BUILDINGS
MEDICINE & PHARMA
ICT
TEXTILE AND SPORT SECTORS
PACKAGING
CONSUMER GOODS
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NANOfutures
European Technology Innovation Platform
Roadmapping Approach
Roadmap Overview
Roadmap for Applications &
Products
Roadmap for grand challenges
Conclusion
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FROM SOCIETAL CHALLNGES to PRODUCTS
Medicine &Pharma
maritime research;
 Clean and efficient energy;
 Green transport;
 Climate action, resource
efficiency and raw materials;
Construction and
buildings
Transportation
Energy
Packaging
 Inclusive, innovative and secure
societies.
Direct manufacturing
Consumer Products
(Cosmetics &
Household Cleaning)
VC2 Nano-enabled
surfaces for multisectorial applications
VC3 Structured
Surfaces
VC4 - Alloys Ceramics,
Intermetallics
Development of
cost effective
industrial scale
technologies for
synthesis and
technologies for
dispersion/exfoliati
on (extrusion)
METROLOGY
Composites
with added
functionality
Thin glass
Development of
methods for
functionalization during
synthesis to reduce
production steps and
alignment of nanoobjects
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
MODELLING
Design of
multifunctional
materials
tailored for
different needs
Understanding
of relationships
morphology/fun
ctionality/trigge
rs of
multifunctional
polymers
TOOLS
MATERIALS
Composites
NON-TECH
ACTIONS
specific to the
value chain
COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
FINAL
PRODUCT
Integration of novel
Low cost and
materials into existing
large scale
production and assembly
functionalized
lines
composites
Multilayer
Metal foams based
materials
panels
Thin glass
Ceramic parts
Metal-foam
Multilayer
sandwich panel
materials
structures
Thin glass
Ceramic parts
Advanced smart
Monitoring of
multifunctional
materials
foams
structure,
properties and
Adaptation/modification
functionalities
of novel technologies for
production on industrial
Characterization
scale smart polymer;
and monitoring
implementation of these
of materials
materials into different
structure,
devices
properties and
functionalities
TRL 7-8
agriculture, marine and
MATERIALS
TRL 5-6
 Food security, sustainable
ICT
TOOLS
TRL 1-4
and wellbeing;
VC1 Lightweight
multifunctional mat.
and sustainable
composites
TRL 7-8
Textile and sport sector
TRL 5-6
 Health, demographic change
Technologiocal
and non-techn
actions
Cross KET
Value chains
TRL 1-4
Societal Challenges
Applications
& Products
Multilayer materials
WASTE
TREATMENT
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
SAFETY
assembly and finishing of
Characterise and control
METROLOGY
COMPONENTS
ASSEMBLY
MODELLING
products
potential release
of
nanoparticles during waste
treatment and reprocessing.
Understand potential
Integrated
environmental
hazards
resulting frommultilayer
recycling
Design
materials
processes
methodologies
Assembled
for foams
multilayer materials
production
Control of
nanolayer
interfaces and
adhesion
Design methodologies
Control of
for foams production
nanolayer
and joining
interfaces and
technologies
adhesion
Materials
Nano control of
modelling,
porous
thermal
structuring
simulation and
process design
SAFETY
Assess and control potential
human exposure during
manufacture
FINAL
PRODUCT
WASTE
TREATMENT
LEGENDA:
SHORT TERM
MEDIUM TERM
LONG TERM
SAFETY
Characterise and
control potential
release of
nanoparticles during
waste treatment and
reprocessing
VC5 Functional Fluids
VC6 Integration of
nano
VC7 Infrastructure for
Multiscale Modelling
and Testing
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FROM SOCIETAL CHALLNGES to PRODUCTS
Societal
Challenges
 Smart, green and
integrated transport;
 Climate action,
resource efficiency
and raw materials.
Applications
& Products
 Transport
Cross KET
Value chains
Technologiocal and
non-techn actions
Cost effective industrial
scale synthesis and
dispersion of nano-objects
 VC1 Lightweight materials and
sustainable
composites
for
TRANSPORTATION
 Building & Construction
Metal-foam
sandwich panel
structures
Integration of novel materials
into existing production and
assembly lines
 VC2, VC3, VC4, VC5, VC6, VC7
for TRANSPORTATION
 Energy
 VC1, VC2, VC3, VC5, VC6, VC7
for CONSTRUCTION
Multilayer materials
Thin glass
 Packaging
 VC1, VC2, VC3, VC4, VC6, VC7
for ENERGY
 …
Characterization and monitoring
of materials structure, properties
and functionalities
Functionalization
methods during
synthesis to reduce
production steps
Smart polymer on industrial scale;
implementation of these
materials into different devices
Understanding of relationships
morphology/functionality/triggers
of multifunctional polymers
SAFETY
Common NON-TECH
ACTIONS to all value chain
Monitoring of materials
structure, properties
and functionalities
Design of
multifunctional
materials tailored for
different needs
Green and large scale
functionalized composites
Human exposure
Characterise and control potential
release of nanoparticles during
waste treatment and reprocessing.
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NANOfutures
European Technology Innovation Platform
Roadmapping Approach
Roadmap Overview
Roadmap for Applications &
Products
Roadmap for grand challenges
Conclusion
Aarhus 19-21 June 2012
Conclusion
• The NANOfutures Integrated Research and Innovation
Roadmap has been drafted, focusing on market-driven value
chains and including also broad cross-cutting actions.
• The Roadmap has been circulated for further development
(definition of expected budget, finalization of non-tech actions
specific to the value chains) among ETPs, Working Groups and
Key Node experts.
• The Final Roadmap will be released at the end of July, but it
will be a living document!!
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