Agenda

09:00 – 09:10

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

Dr.Rupert Deger, CIO, e.GO Mobile AG

09:10 – 09:35

Using IOT in Mould Making to Improve on Quality, Performance & Cost

  • Sensor technology opens up new opportunities for data capture
  • Predict quality, improve performance & reduce cost
  • Manage material variances & exploit new design opportunities

Jesper Toubøl, Vice President Elements & Moulds, Lego

09:35 – 10:00

Internal Digital Transformation – Chances, Hurdles & Concrete Success Stories 

  • Key Drivers for Success
  • Foolish Assumptions
  • Why a non-digital portfolio management approach can be helpful

Matthias Schirrmacher, Head of Industry 4.0, Merck Group

10:00-10:25

Renewing the IT Architecture Environment for Industry 4.0

  • Changing the role of traditional enterprise applications to adapt to new technologies
  • Future predictions of manufacturing – evaluating technologies & their effectiveness for KONE

Joni Lehtonen, Enterprise Solution Architect, KONE

10:25 – 10:45

Realising the Value of the Digital Twin in a Connected Society

  • Becoming the disruptor leveraging the Digital Twins
  • Connecting the twins for ideation, realisation and utilisation problems
  • IoT as the enabler

Mats Friberg, Managing Director, Siemens Industry Software AB

10:45 – 11:15

Networking Break

11:15 – 11:40

Reaching Beyond Operational Excellence with Big Data

  • Experimenting big data in plant, on technology & real cases
  • Validating the potential & deploying
  • The story of Faurecia move into digital transformation

Stéphane Coudurier Curveur, Injection Senior Manager, Faurecia

11:40 – 12:05

Smart Factory Management – Providing a Real-Time, Holistic View of Operations & Tools

  • Fast & flexible integration to all data from PLC’s to operational & business systems enables the creation of a single centralised virtual data lake
  • Anomaly detection from past data, building prediction models using different analytics tools & models
  • Removing quality errors from production, avoiding unplanned stops & identifying bottlenecks in the production

Kari Terho, Head of Elisa IoT, Elisa

12:05 – 12:30

Produktion 2030 – Knowledge, Cooperation & Technology

  • Transforming research & development into sustainable innovations
  • Ensuring industry competitiveness for the years to come

Johan Stahre, Professor, Chalmers University of Technology

12:30 – 13:30

Networking Lunch

Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing

Augmented Reality & Artificial Intelligence

13:30 – 13:55

Automotive Key Targets for Selective Laser Melting Process in Series Part Production

  • Quality Control System (QCS) with the goal to release the SLM process to DIN / ISO 16949 or VDA 6.3
  • Productivity of the metal based  3D printing Process
  • Case Studies with “best in practice” AM design for automotive

Hubert Kerschbaum, Head Of Software Development, SLM Solutions

13:30 – 13:55

Optimise your Processes with Augmented Reality – Today!

  • Equip your people with the right appliances depending on their need
  • Reduce travel costs, improve service quality & increase brand value
  • Adding remote guidance to your offering will open sales channels to new markets

Marcin Szymanski, Chief Sales Officer, XMReality

13:55 – 14:20

To Disrupt or to Sustain? Merging the Strengths of Additive Manufacturing & Injection Molding

  • AM is challenged by lack of scalability & relevant materials. IM by the lack of flexibility & high start-up costs.
  • Reducing challenges through a merging of AM & IM – so-called 3DPIM

Lasse Staal, CEO, AddiFab

13:55 – 14:20

The Future of Manufacturing using Artificial Intelligence

  • A 2 armed robot that manufactures products without the need for programming
  • The robot’s arms autonomously divide tasks and work together as one

Rolf Emdevik, Business Development, Siemens Industry Software AB

14:25 -15:30

Roundtable Discussions – your chance to get involved in the discussion!

Two rotations of approx. 30 minutes per discussion

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Digital Twin
  • Augmented Reality
  • Internet of Things
  • 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing

15:30 – 16:00

Networking Break

16:00 – 16:25

A Global Approach to Industry 4.0

  • Strategy definition & kick-off of initial workstreams
  • 3D Printing, Big Data Analytics, Augmented Reality & IIoT platforms

Giampaolo Burello, Global Manufacturing Strategy Manager, Husqvarna

16:25 – 16:50

Is the Market for Enterprise Software Dead?

  • IIoT in reality – what have we learnt?
  • A.I in field service?
  • Intelligent supply chain – what’s next?
  • Startup approach to innovation in large manufacturing companies?

Olle Alvemark, Industry Director, IFS

16:50 – 17:20

How will Industry 4.0 Change the Manufacturing Industry in the Coming Years?  Panel Discussion


Jesper Toubøl, Vice President Elements & Moulds, Lego

Matthias Schirmacher, Head of Industry 4.0, Merck Group

Mats Friberg, Managing Director, Siemens Industry Software AB

Moderated by Dr.Rupert Deger, CIO, e.GO Mobile AG

17:20 – 17:30

Chairman’s Closing Remarks