14th - 15th June 2022

Agenda

DAY 1 – 14th June 2022
08:00 – 08:50
REGISTRATION
08.55 – 09.00
CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS
09:00 – 09:30
The Future of Smart Manufacturing with the Use of Quantum Computing
  • How best to handle, manage and interpret data for the most accurate analytics
  • Preparing for and executing predictive and prescriptive maintenance
  • Ensuring the highest security standards for data exchange
09:30 – 10:00
Next Wave of High-Volume Intelligent Sensors for Digitalization in IoT and Industrial Applications
  • The deployment of sensors is transforming every facet of effective manufacturing and they are critical to collect data for the analysis of many components of manufacturing.
  • Intelligent sensors combined with innovative software solutions are being developed as part of condition monitoring and predictive maintenance. These comprehensive solutions process and analyse the collected sensor data to convert them into information that is used to assess and diagnose the health condition of manufacturing and to take the appropriate steps to prevent potential safety issues and future downtimes.
  • This presentation will address the fundamental role the latest intelligent sensors play in digitalization of state-of-the-art manufacturing and provide checklists for selecting the right sensors for various industrial applications.
10:00 – 10:30
The Importance of Growing a Digital Mindset in The New Modern Workplace
  • Putting digital transformation into practice with open technology, process, and culture
  • How Digital Workplace Services is supporting the increase in adoption of technologies and new ways of working.
  • Review the leadership skills everyone needs to lead in this new world.
  • Critical technology learning and training methods, and the role of technology in career development.
  • Putting the substance behind the buzzwords into practice in order to achieve tangible business outcomes through innovation and transparency.
10:35 – 11:25
COFFEE BREAK
11:30 – 12:00
The Journey to Building a Resilience Digital Intelligent Industrial Platform
  • Traditional Endpoint security challenges
  • Ever Compounding Cyber Attack Surface and Impacts
  • The Parallel Convergence of Enterprise OT/ICS
  • Data As an Intelligent Service (DaaS)
  • Industrial Cyber Intelligent Platform
12:00 – 12:30
Foundational Endpoint Security and The Race Against Malware

There is a critical misconception around endpoint security, and that misconception is that if you put in place an agent that protects against different kind of viruses, worms, trojans, fileless malware, ransomware – you’re going to be pretty safe against data breaches. In this session, we will revisit what you know about securing the endpoints.

12:30 – 13:00
2 Pairs of Eyes – servitization of aftermarket report support services
  • Powered by XMReality – How does it work?
  • 2 Pair of Eyes – digitizing traditional services
  • What’s the value created?
  • What’s the future for Electrolux Professional’s 2PoE services?

Planned Investment Areas:
  • COVID-19
  • Digital Technology
  • 5G
  • Sustainability 4.0
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Twin
  • Workforce Training and Development
  • Machine & Deep Learning
  • Plant Safety & Inspection
  • Industry 5.0
  • Connected Manufacturing
  • Big Data & Manufacturing Information
  • Smart Manufacturing / Digitalisation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Blockchain
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Predictive Maintenance PdM 4.0
  • Cloud, Edge & IoT Data Management
  • Augmented & Virtual reality (AR & VR)
  • Asset Optimization
  • M2M Communication
  • Wearable Digital Technology
  • Asset Performance Management (APM 4.0)
  • Sensors
13:00 – 13:55
LUNCH

Sustainability 4.0

AI and Machine Learning

14:00 – 14:30
Eneco’s digital transformation – Experience of 8 years exponential growth
  • Energy Transition Use Case Examples
  • Culture and Leadership
  • Value driven digital transformation
  • Data Capability Pillars: Process; Academy; Consulting; Technology
  • Hub and Spoke model of organisation

Ronald Root, Manager Data Analytics & AI Center of Excellence, Eneco

14:00 – 14:30
The Road to MLOps: Machine Learning development at ZEISS
  • What makes MLops special
  • Operationalizing Machine Learning solutions
  • Roles needed to develop reliable Machine Learning solutions
  • The challenges of data and concept drift
  • Lessons Learned on the Way towards MLOps

Dr Lydia Nemec, Head of AI Accelerator, Carl Zeiss AG

14:30 – 15:00
Sustainability – walking the talk with Digital Twin based Smart Maintenance & Process Control Solutions
  • Predictive Maintenance: how AI technologies help us to detect incipient failures and prevent unplanned downtime of central assets
  • Use Digital Twin insights on process functions to increase performance and reduce waste throughout the production processes
  • Some Lessons learned on use case selection, data management, security, capabilities development
  • Reduce the impact on earth of food processing and packaging
14:30 – 15:00
AI in Manufacturing: Where Can Edge Computing and Embedded Machine Learning Add Value?
  • The status quo of industrial automation – where is AI needed?
  • Blending AI with traditional automation – when do data-driven methods beat traditional control?
  • Technology trade-offs and design choices for intelligent automation system
15:00 – 15:30
Digitally Enabled Sustainability: The importance of building less, simulating more, and cultivating our ecosystem at large
  • Working to enable the simulation of our manufacturing processes, up to the full industrial system (multiple factories across multiple countries), to encourage less waste and reduce our environmental impact as we rapidly advance the aerospace industry.
  • Creating meaningful operational efficiencies, enables less machine movement, and allows us to achieve more while wasting less.
15:00 – 15:30
Leveraging Digital Twins and AI to Optimize Energy-intensive Industrial Sites
  • How an open digital platform enables innovators to solve complex problems with smart, efficient, AI-powered solutions.
  • Solving complex value chain problems, combining artificial intelligence and digital twins to improve safety and efficiency.
15.35 – 16.25
COFFEE BREAK
16.30 – 17.00
Debunking Fears, Myths, and Pitfalls in Smart Manufacturing Digital Transformation
  • Lessons ASOCS has learned from deployments and use cases
  • When you do and do not need a Private 5G network
  • How to leverage the power of data insights correctly
  • Demystifying the options: NSA vs SA, closed box vs Open RAN…

17.00 – 17.30
The Data Journey to the Smart Factories, how the world of manufacturing is evolving
  • Key technologies in the Industry 4.0 paradigm
  • Computer vision and quality control: we are not there yet but the direction is clear
  • 5G and the connected operator: the use case of a large chemical company
  • How the smart tracking improves the daily operations and supports the business decisions: one large deployment in an aerospace company
  • Cybersecurity: the threat is already here

Planned Investment Areas:
  • COVID-19
  • Digital Technology
  • 5G
  • Sustainability 4.0
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Twin
  • Workforce Training and Development
  • Machine & Deep Learning
  • Plant Safety & Inspection
  • Industry 5.0
  • Connected Manufacturing
  • Big Data & Manufacturing Information
  • Smart Manufacturing / Digitalisation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Blockchain
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Predictive Maintenance PdM 4.0
  • Cloud, Edge & IoT Data Management
  • Augmented & Virtual reality (AR & VR)
  • Asset Optimization
  • M2M Communication
  • Wearable Digital Technology
  • Asset Performance Management (APM 4.0)
  • Sensors
17.30 – 18.10
PANEL DEBATE: From a Lean Factory to a Lean Digital Factory – A Holistic Approach
  • No digitalization without automation and lean principles – How to create a holistic approach and transformation roadmap?
  • How to get from enterprise digital strategy to implementation in the plant production process?
  • Business Impact along the digital value chain – the performance impact is the driver
  • PLM, SCM and digital tools – how transparent production process and real-time data of the production process help to optimize processes.
  • Which tools lead to flexible automation and simulation of production planning?
18.15 – 19.15
DRINKS RECEPTION
DAY 2 – 15th June 2022
08:55 – 09:00
CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS
09:00 – 09:30
Leveraging Data and Digital Technologies to Create an Agile and Sustainable Innovation Structure for Manufacturers
  • Why it’s more important than ever to make manufacturing processes more efficient – especially with a strained global supply chain.
  • How digital technologies can reduce production lead times and costs, as well as improve workflows.
  • Enabling the simulation of manufacturing processes to encourage less waste and reduce its environmental impact and use cases presented
09:30 – 10:00
Review your digital transformation journey – what has been achieved?
  • The power of looking back
  • What has been achieved?
  • Key learnings -e.g. the pit falls of low code
  • How to keep the energy level to transform

Tillman Kloppe, Manager Digital Transformation, Siemens

10:00 – 10:30
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION MADE REAL: HOW TO MAKE AN IMPACT TODAY
  • The important of having the right information, for the right people, at the perfect moment!
  • Using industry led innovation pieces iot, ml, lo-code apps & cloud based enablement
  • New generations of implementers are bringing a new mindset and new tools in the plant.
  • The Rockwell Automation’s portfolio is enabling a Connected Enterprise environment where devices and people are bundled together to improve performance.

Sachin Mathur, Regional EMEA Director, Software & Digital Solutions, Rockwell Automation

10:35 – 11:25
COFFEE BREAK
11:30 – 12:00
Big Data and Analytics Architecture – Enabling Your Insights Driven Business
  • Discussing the ecosystem of data warehouses/lakes/the cloud, what is needed to build an effective analytics environment. Examining the benefits and pitfalls of each approach.
  • Do you have access to the data you need, and if not, how do you go about gaining access and organising that data?
  • Generating insights that reduce Inefficiencies in your business processes – where can improvements be made that have the biggest impact? And what challenges are to be overcome to make such improvements?
  • The right data at the right time – What innovative approaches can be used to identify the right dataset with the right signals to train algorithms?
12.00 – 12.30
Digital Paths Building Value Across Different Industries
  • Finding the right Asset Performance Management solutions to reduce unplanned downtime, ensure product quality and yields, and measuring financial impact
  • Condition-based monitoring and product inspections can be augmented and improved, not replaced, with new technologies
  • Best practices and how APM solutions can be adopted in different points of digitalization strategies, across different industries.
Planned Investment Areas:
  • COVID-19
  • Digital Technology
  • 5G
  • Sustainability 4.0
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Twin
  • Workforce Training and Development
  • Machine & Deep Learning
  • Plant Safety & Inspection
  • Industry 5.0
  • Connected Manufacturing
  • Big Data & Manufacturing Information
  • Smart Manufacturing / Digitalisation
  • Cybersecurity
  • Blockchain
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Predictive Maintenance PdM 4.0
  • Cloud, Edge & IoT Data Management
  • Augmented & Virtual reality (AR & VR)
  • Asset Optimization
  • M2M Communication
  • Wearable Digital Technology
  • Asset Performance Management (APM 4.0)
  • Sensors
13:05 – 13:55
LUNCH

Smart Factories

IT/OT Convergence

14:00 – 14:30
Leveraging AI-technologies on the shopfloor for increased efficiency and enhanced quality control
  • Assessing the manufacturing landscape at the Nestlé
  • Implementing sensors to gather data throughout the shop floor
  • Use Cases from the Nestlé manufacturing world
14:00 – 14:30
With Systems Thinking into the Digital Future
  • Digitalisation changes the way we realize systems
  • Digital Transformation is not another huge project – it is a journey
  • How to orchestrate interdisciplinary work
  • Why Systems Thinking can be a game changer

Lydia Kaiser, Professor, Technische Universität Berlin / Einstein Center Digital Future

14:30 – 15:00
The New Industry – how manufacturing companies are creating their future
  • Which key challenges does the manufacturing industry have to overcome particularly in Europe?
  • Which paradigm shifts are necessary to be competitive in the future?
  • How can we create the New Industry using Cyber Production Management, Green Technology, and other solutions?
14:30 – 15:00
How to assess and address the gap between IT and OT Security
  • Training of the security-aware workforce in IT AND OT security
  • From the acknowledgement of security risks to act adequately – strategies to assess and address existing risks
  • Thinking both ways – Strategies to bridge the existing gaps between OT and IT security
15.00 – 15.40
PANEL DEBATE: CAN DIGITIAL TECHONLOGY HELP IN REINVENTING THE EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE AND IN REDESIGINING ORGANISATIONS TO BE MORE AGILE AND EFFECTIVE?
  • Analysing the impact of automation, Machine Learning, robotics, AI, chatbots, and digital twins on driving business efficiencies.
  • Exploring which transformative and immersive technologies are right for your organization and how they can help your business thrive.
  • Discussing the ways in which automation of routine work can help your employees be more effective and advance your business.
15.40 – 15.45
CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSE