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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

The Digital Thread and Industry 4.0

  • The digital thread has allowed unprecedented improvements in aircraft design and manufacturing engineering
  • Many advanced manufacturing technologies have been enabled by the digital thread include automated drilling,robotic spraying, and non-contact metrology
  • IIoT, connecting factory equipment with IT, is enabling factory efficiency
  • The next industrial revolution, referred to as Industry 4.0 is related data automation, analytics, AI, and enterprise architecture integration

09.45 – 10.20

How Mondelez is working with supplier partners to leverage Industry 4.0

  • Enhancing Product Safety > end to end traceability from silos to pallets
  • Maintenance Optimization > sensor-fed support of autonomous and progressive maintenance practices
  • Real-Time Data Capture > speedy, decentralized decisions optimize supply chain efficiencies
  • Production Set-Up > quick replication of already-proven parameters across the entire network

10.20 – 11.10

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

11.10 – 12.10
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

11.10 – 11.40
Building a smarter & safer enterprise with digital technology

  • See which digital technologies are making an impact in customers
  • Understand how organisations are becoming smarter & safer through frugal innovation
  • How to measure IIoT & Digital Maturity and cross the chasm

11.40 – 12.10
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

12.10 – 13.00

NETWORKING LUNCH

IIoT Roll Out – Case Studies

13.05 – 13.40
Leveraging ecosystems to achieve real digital ROI

  • Digital Economics 101
  • Where Digital will create ROI in industrial applications
  • A strategic and technology roadmap for your journey
  • Outcome aligned ecosystems and achieving real ROI

Big Data & Applications

13.05 – 13.40
Digital technologies for Lighting Industry (@Signify)

  • Innovative digital technologies for manufacturing and operations
  • Future factory
  • Vision based data capturing
  • Big data and Artificial Intelligence examples
  • Future workforce, cobots
  • Edge platforms

13.45 – 14.20
Clean Factory: How Connected Filtration is Bringing Value to Manufacturing

  • Why a 100-year-old company started its IoT journey
  • One approach to uncovering connected offerings and value
  • How a non-tech company executed these offerings
  • What new value this is bringing to factories, customers and us

13.45 – 14.20
Predictive Maintenance & real IoT analytics & data usages

  • Ultrasonic and vibration data edge computed at 100k samples/sec
  • Review data of a failure progression of a Fan bearing, and what vibration is missing
  • A 2nd PdM case using existing infrastructure of cellular and smart phones
  • Compare/contrast to traditional PdM vibration routes
  • A series of mini-case studies supporting a hybrid Artificial Intelligence model, which outperforms machine learning, PdM baselines and anomaly detection

14.20 – 15.10

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

15.10 – 16.40

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

15.10 – 15.40
From Zero to Hero; How Smart, Mini- Sensors Make the Industrial IoT Revolution Accessible for Everyone

  • Smart mini-sensors are changing IIOT
  • Their ability to collect granular data previously not possible is opening up hundreds of new ways to
    optimize operations
  • Attendees will learn about use cases including:
    – Providing critical data to help companies achieve operational excellence
    – Moving from inefficient, scheduled maintenance to predictive maintenance
    – Improving logistics and asset management
    – Reducing energy waste and cost
    – Meeting regulatory requirements

15.40 – 16.10
A Push Toward the Network Edge: A Stepwise Approach to Digital Transformation

  • IIoT offers potential to solve complexity of industry computing in digital transformation
  • Edge computing helps manufacturers stay competitive
  • The three steps to an IoT-ready industrial edge

16.10 – 16.40
Getting more value from machine vision and bar code reading devices

  • Smarter Automation: Advances in Vision Guided Robotic
  • Case Study: Bar Code Analytics Software
  • Bridging the Information Technology / Operations Technology Divide
  • Achieving Data Security and Data Integrity
  • Why Artificial Intelligence Matters

16.45 – 17.30

Open Panel Discussion

Human Factor for Smart Manufacturing

  • How will Smart manufacturing change the future requirements of work qualifications and skills?
  • What can higher educational Institutes, governments and the industry do to generate the necessary workforce, training and development for Advance Manufacturing
  • Are we moving towards an age of collaboration between industrial robots and humans?
  • How are you preparing your workforce towards deployment of Industrial IoT to enable Smart Manufacturing?

17.30

CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS AND END OF DAY ONE

18.00

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

  • 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
  • IoT enabled anticipatory analytics promise cost avoidance and optimal operations
  • Safety, security, and sustainability are possible with effective systems analysis and design

09.45 – 10.20

Consumers Demand a Trusted Product Ecosystem – Can IOT and Blockchain deliver it

  • How can consumer trust what was said/marketed was done at each stage – Material, Process/Production and Quality
  • IOT hardware/edge and data – Collaboration across various resources/sites, vendors and across companies
  • Trusted data and decisions throughout the ecosystem – based on Blockchain foundation
  • Transparency across supply chain, prevent fraud, smooth cashflow
  • Any problem/recall – Quick identification of root cause and be in the vantage point for resolution

10.20 – 10.50

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

10.50 – 11.25

Oh the Humanity! Organizational Transformation for the Digital Revolution

  • Human ingenuity is the driver of innovation
  • Organizational level factors will create or hinder an environment supportive of innovation
  • The jobs of the future will require a radically different set of skills than what is required today
  • The ability to establish a culture supportive of continuous learning is key to gaining competitive advantage
  • The development of an ecosystem of partners is a requirement for success in the digital economy

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
Using Edge Technologies to eliminate operations Blind Spots

  • Evolving from Automation to IIoT architectures
  • The role of Edge Computing in IIoT
  • Enabling wireless technologies of the IIoT
  • Eliminating Operational Blind Spots – the #1 ROI of the IIoT

12.00 – 12.30
IIoT Use Cases & Lessons Learned

  • Majority of deployed machines are old, dumb, and difficult to integrate into IIoT systems.
  • Five case studies: two OEM and three industrial deployments will be presented.
  • Roadblocks and solutions to successful IIoT implementations will be discussed.
  • Need dedicated cross functional and cross generational teams.

12.30 – 13.20

NETWORKING LUNCH

Digital Transformation

13.20 – 13.55
Road Mapping the Digital Transformation for Improved Productivity in Primary Industries

  • Getting started the digital transformation journey with an understanding of total size of prize and a
    roadmap
  • Top-down and bottom-up approaches needed to structure a sound digital transformation journey
  • Blend the technology portfolio together for a holistic vision of the current and future operations
  • Do not focus on big data, harness the right data and follow good practices
  • Collect, analyse and visualize data in as near realtime as required, to shift focus and make things
    actionable as efficiently as possible
  • Manage operational risks and culture change with smaller scalable projects

IIoT ROLL OUT – CASE STUDIES

13.20 – 13.55
Innovative IIoT Solutions for the Process Industries

  • Novel sensors are opening new opportunities in the process industries
  • There’s a huge opportunity for better analytics to take advantage of that data
  • “Digital twins” need to give better insight into the financial impact
  • This has to come with a change in capabilities for engineers and front line operations

14.00 – 14.35
IIoT Predictive Analytics for Driving Business Outcomes

  • Hybrid approach to Analytics for improving prediction accuracy
  • Deriving actionable data from assets and process
  • Digital transformation use cases leveraging predictive analytics
  • Deploying Analytics at scale

14.00 – 14.35
Journey of connecting Power Generation Assets in Developing Countries – Challenges & Opportunities

  • What are the key differences between emerging countries & developed countries in terms of customers’ priorities, value propositions, degree of acceptance & so on
  • How to optimize right value feed based on customer’s digital maturity level (without overwhelming customers)
  • Ways managing expectations in the geographically challenged regions (accelerating time to value with
    right outcomes)
  • How to create – fulfil winning digital transformation masterplan with right balance of Visibility – Insights
    – Actions
  • The role of managed services (with industry & domain experts) for successfully driving greater
    adoption while navigating through changing business needs

14.35 – 14.50

COFFEE BREAK

14.50 – 15.25

Open Panel Discussion
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?

15.25

CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS

15.30

CLOSE