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Day One

08.15 – 09.00

REGISTRATION

09.00 – 09.10

WELCOME & CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS FOR DAY ONE

09.10 – 09.45

Advancing the Industry 4.0 Innovation Ecosystem

  • Global technological trends and advances are creating unprecedented threats and opportunities at an increasing rate of change
  • Advances in artificial intelligence, additive manufacturing, and robotics promise new economic value
  • Effective human-machine teaming will differentiate the top performers and upskilling is essential
  • IoT enabled anticipatory analytics promise cost avoidance and optimal operations
  • Safety, security, and sustainability are possible with effective systems analysis and design
  • Advancing the I 4.0 Ecosystem enables more rapid and resilient progress

Mark Maybury, CTO, Stanley Black and Decker

09.45 – 10.20

IoT@BMW: Digitalization of the Body Shop, Plant Spartanburg – Challenges and Technology Horizons

  • Advances in IoT, additive manufacturing, and robotics promise new agility for manufacturing
  • Effective human-machine teaming will enable new opportunities for the work force but also creates new
    challenges
  • IoT enabled anticipatory analytics promise cost avoidance and optimal operations
  • Technical training strategies of the work force will differentiate the top performers

Dr. Stefan Markus Baginski, Manager Maintenance & Production Technologies Body Shop, BMW
Manufacturing Co., LLC;

10.20 – 11.10

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

11.10 – 11.45

Using smart edge devices for collecting and aggregating manufacturing data – integrating machine, factory and enterprise approaches

  • What are edge devices and when should they be deployed in manufacturing?
  • Edge devices as a platform for I 4.0, key attributes and functions
  • What underlying technology and IT infrastructures need to be in place for edge devices to be effective
  • MES vs. “Edge Platform” avoiding line modification and re-validation
  • How, when and where should edge analytics be implemented in advanced manufacturing?

Ram Kothapalli, GM, IIoT Managed Services, GE Power

11.45 – 12.45
Prearranged one to one meetings on topics of your choice including:

  • Smart/Advance Manufacturing and Industry 4.0
  • Digital Transformational Change
  • IIoT Platforms
  • IIoT Applications
  • IIoT Security
  • IIoT Analytics
  • IIoT ROI
  • Big Data & Manufacturing Information
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Cloud Applications
  • Edge Technology
  • Integration
  • M2M
  • IoT Automation
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Robotics
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Facility Management and Integration
  • Workforce Development
  • Supply Chain & Logistics

11.45 – 12.15
Digitalization of Manufacturing: A Pragmatic Approach

  • Moving from theory to practice – Lessons learned, key take-aways and key problems to be solved
  • Integration of IoT, Big Data, Analytics, and AI in manufacturing
  • Example use case: dynamic scheduling and predictive quality
  • Approach to co-creation

12.15 – 12.45
Enabling Industrial IoT Edge Applications

  • Industry 4.0 represents one of the most innovative verticals in IoT
  • Enabling Enterprises to benefit from IoT while maintaining production requires new solutions
  • Identifying actionable insights for Industrial IoT Edge applications with examples of analytics, productivity and quality that directly impact ROI
  • Eliminating Operational Blind Spots – the #1 ROI of the IIoT

12.45 – 13.35

NETWORKING LUNCH

IIoT Roll Out – Case Studies

13.35 – 14.10
Digital Transformation @ TE

  • Why should you go digital
  • Challenges we face
  • Our learning
  • Our results

Mark Maas, Director Global Digital Factory Lead, TE Connectivity

Smart Manufacturing

13.35 – 14.10
Pfizer’s Journey to Enterprise Wearables

  • Process to choose hardware and software and appropriate use cases
  • Duration to time to validate and implement
  • Pitfalls and challenges of the process
  • Lessons Learned and success factors

Nathan Yorgey, Director PGS BT Transformation, Pfizer

14.15 – 14.50
Digital Transformation of Industrial Services

  • IIOT enabled service models
  • How analytics unlocked productivity, availability and reliability
  • Business model innovation
  • Lesson learned

Emrah Ercan, Director, Digital Solutions, SUEZ Water Technologies and Solutions

14.15 – 14.50
IT in Manufacturing as Enabler for the Smart Connected Industry and Big Data

  • A highly standardized IT infrastructure is key to rollout of features and solutions of connected industry
  • How does this IT infrastructure look like currently?
  • Shaping manufacturing IT and handling security?

Alex Fernandez, Global Director Business Process Management, John Deere

14.55 – 15.30
IoT in Manufacturing, A Transformational Change and Lessons Learned

  • Manufacturing has been connecting things for many years, now optimized infrastructures accelerate the pace, allowing innovative useful applications to be developed
  • The journey, the challenges faced, the lessons learnt, as well as expectations going forward

Kimberley Hagerty, Director Digital Factory, Manufacturing Operations, Carrier Corporation

14.55 – 15.30
The future of smart factories: Putting advanced manufacturing into practice

  • Factory digitisation: Enabling end-to-end data management for full process visibility
  • Industrie 4.0 becomes reality with human-robot interaction and collaboration
  • Integrating IoT with legacy machinery and existing data sources to maximise value
  • Tackling organisational silos and collaboration

Christopher Kopinski, Global Product Leader, Analytics, GE

15.30 – 16.20

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

16.20 – 17.50

Prearranged one to one meetings on topics of your choice including:

  • Smart/Advance Manufacturing and Industry 4.0
  • Digital Transformational Change
  • IIoT Platforms
  • IIoT Applications
  • IIoT Security
  • IIoT Analytics
  • IIoT ROI
  • Big Data & Manufacturing Information
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Cloud Applications
  • Edge Technology
  • Integration
  • M2M
  • IoT Automation
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Robotics
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Facility Management and Integration
  • Workforce Development
  • Supply Chain & Logistics

16.20 – 16.50
Industrie 4.0’s Impact on IoT and Manufacturing Execution Systems

  • Implement global and local MES for Smart manufacturing solutions
  • Which manufacturing strategy to consider when deploying MES?
  • Where is the ROI in Industrie 4.0 and MES?
  • Advice from manufacturers already implementing MES for Industrie 4.0

16.50 – 17.20
Defining And Implementing A Data Analytics Platform That Would Ignite Data-Driven Decisions On The Factory Floor

  • Defining use cases enabling workshop personnel converting data to business value
  • Operational excellence – actionable insight in a fast manner to drive process stability
  • Operational insurance – system-supported rootcause analysis
  • Making manufacturing less dependent on individuals’ knowledge from the workshop
  • Developing of an appropriate user interface
  • Identifying required data
  • Benefits

17.20 – 17.50
New frontiers in Cyber Security

  • How to protect your business against cyber-security risks and threats from IIoT?
  • Understand what innovative products can be brought into production lines and the opportunities they bring
  • What is preventing the move towards more digitalization within factories?
  • Practical advice from experience on cyber-security technology to help establish and reinforce protection measures

17.55 – 18.30

Creating a Roadmap to Successfully integrate Industrial IoT

  • Learn about what other companies are currently doing to begin their integration
  • What challenges and stumbling blocks could you be facing and how to get round these?
  • Establish your company’s ambition and vision of the future
  • Which strategy to adopt to implement connected asset management across your industrial machinery?

Raj Tiwari, Digital Technologies and Transformation Leader, Johnson & Johnson

18.30

CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF DAY ONE

18.45

NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

Day Two

09.00 – 09.10

CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS FOR DAY TWO

09.10 – 09.45

Industrial Technology Horizons: Intelligent Industry of the Future

  • The manufacturing industry is currently in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution, it is vital to take stock of recent developments to allow the path forward to become clear.
  • From predictive maintenance and cyber physical systems to augmented reality and AI, learn the current status of key technologies
  • Explore the key players in the ecosystem and understand how they have been implementing IIoT solutions
  • Discover what comes next, are we in for a long iterative evolution or is there a revolution on the horizon?

Laura Gordon Barbaro, Managing Director and Transformation Leader, Intel

09.45 – 10.20

How can we empower our Manufacturing Workforce for the Digital Era

  • Defining Industry 4.0 for ourselves. Is it the same for everyone?
  • How will Smart manufacturing change the future requirements of work qualifications and skills?
  • Digital transformation journey – Where do you start and how?
  • Manufacturing workforce – enabling the workforce for the digital era
  • How can we measure the success of a digital workplace transformation?

Richard Allbert, Head of Digital Innovation, Pirelli

10.20 – 10.50

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

10.50 – 11.25

Exploring the Potential of Blockchain and IoT integration

  • Blockchain – is it just a hyped technology?
  • Understanding the value of integrating of IoT and Blockchain
  • How can Blockchain solutions be designed?
  • When and where to start

Ravi Arikapudi, Global Program Manager, Abbott

11.30 – 12.30

Prearranged one to one meetings on topics of your choice including:

  • Smart/Advance Manufacturing and Industry 4.0
  • Digital Transformational Change
  • IIoT Platforms
  • IIoT Applications
  • IIoT Security
  • IIoT Analytics
  • IIoT ROI
  • Big Data & Manufacturing Information
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Cloud Applications
  • Edge Technology
  • Integration
  • M2M
  • IoT Automation
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Robotics
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Facility Management and Integration
  • Workforce Development
  • Supply Chain & Logistics

11.30 – 12.00
IoT Analytics – Striking the right balance between edge and Hub

  • Why is edge computing growing in popularity? Analysis and action at the edge
  • Managing data flows: the essential role of the edge as a gatekeeper to cloud computing
  • Taking the right approach: finding what works for you

12.00 – 12.30
Practical approach for integrating data & analytics

  • What’s Happening & Where to Look?
  • Unified Theory of Technology & markets
  • What’s your organizational purpose & your value?
  • Exponential Technologies & Maturity

12.30 – 13.20

NETWORKING LUNCH

IIoT Roll Out – Case Studies

13.20 – 13.55
Digital Transformation in Manufacturing Supporting Group

  • Knowing the goal and vision but how to get there? Sustainable process – Global rollout
  • Process of Digital Transformation – Acquire, Organize, Analyze & Intelligence
  • How to start your journey? “Continuous Improvement Cycle” Understanding the present state to achieve sustainable improvement.
  • Real time data analysis for production and predictive maintenance

Ashwin K C Kothandaraman, Corporate OPEX Innovation Manager – Digital Transformation, Georgia Pacific

Factories of the Future

13.20 – 13.55
Digital Manufacturing – Making Customized Products Possible

  • Digital impressions taken to the next level
  • High precision of digital production
  • Digital imaging is becoming smarter and more customized
  • Partnerships and intelligent concepts

Thomas Cole, Former Vice President – DIS Operations & Global Expansion, Dentsply Sirona

14.00 – 14.35
Predictive Maintenance & Real IoT Analytics & Data Usages

  • How to start your journey?
  • What are your maintenance and reliability challenges related to IIoT Data?
  • The benefits of switching from reactive to predictive maintenance strategies
  • Making a business case and upfront costs
  • Real time analytics and control systems

Bibi Ephraim, Scientific Data Management, Genentech

14.00 – 14.35
Improving legacy control schemes with an Industrial IoT Infrastructure

  • Industrial ethernet networks out to the edge
  • The importance of the physical layer
  • New technologies that add value to the manufacturing infrastructure
  • Choices that support future industrial network viability

14.35 – 14.50

COFFEE BREAK

14.50 – 15.25

Open Panel Discussion
What’s Next for Industrial 4.0?

  • Obviously Industry 4.0 is not going to go through the same hype cycle as cellular generations
  • But the time has come to look at the accomplishments of IIOT 4.0
  • Where are we now? What is the current sate of play?
  • How do we get to the next phase of optimization and execution?
  • A look at the standards and best practices
  • What gaps and opportunities exist for improvement?

15.25

CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS

15.30

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