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Internet of Manufacturing 2018

08:50
Opening Remarks from the Chair
09:00
KEYNOTE

Intelligent business planning for IoT projects

  • A blank canvas: Starting from the beginning or working with what you already have? 
  • Designing new business models as systematically as new products and process
  • Validation is key but how but how do you ensure it is thorough?
  • How can good business planning transform your IoT project?
10:00
SITE VISIT

Let’s see what’s possible from one of the best

Leaving the Westin Munich, transport will take you off-site to visit and see the practical application of digitisation. Participants will be given information sheets and asked to consider the art of the possible which will be re-evaluated in the afternoon session.

12:00
Networking Lunch at the Westin Hotel Munich

Transport will bring you back to the Westin Hotel Munich.

13:00
ROUNDTABLES

What does your current business plan look like?

During this interactive series of roundtables, participants will be able to discuss their business models with experts appropriate to their level of implementing IoT

  • Early adopters (Those engaged in IoT): How to effectively scale your current pilots?
  • Sideliners (Those trying to push IoT internally): The internal sale: Getting buy-in for IoT projects internally
  • Waders (Those about to begin their IoT journey): Making IoT a reality
14:30
WORKSHOP

Empowering you to go past the pilot stage and implement IoT on a widescale

Having taken into account: the site-visit and potential pitfalls when putting together an IoT business plan- this concluding workshop will look to evolve your current business plans and empower you to take real steps towards the implementation of your IoT projects. Topics to be reviewed include:

  • Creating a digital roadmap: What needs to be in your business plan
  • Current inhibitors: What are the personal issues that need to be overcome before adoption?
  • Solutions and the ecosystem: Is advanced training of management enough to solve issues or do you need to source vendors?
  • The next steps: What to do on Monday morning?
16:00
Networking drinks
08:30
Opening Remarks from Chair
08:40
OPENING KEYNOTE

Technology, Business and the United Nations

Hang Nguyen, Secretary General, United Nations

09:00
PRESENTATION

ABB’s Approach to Industrial IoT 

Guido Jouret, CDO, ABB

09:20
CASE STUDY

Developing an IoT Strategy in One of the World’s Biggest Manufacturers

Malte Manke, CIO, KraussMaffei

09:40
PRESENTATION

New IoT Products Mean New IoT Security!

Session Reserved for Diamond Sponsor 

10:00
PANEL DISCUSSION

Smart Manufacturing Needs Smart Connectivity

  • The future of connectivity solutions: What’s available and for when?
  • Is Wi-Fi the best option for a connected factory? 
  • 5G connectivity solutions: Is this a better alternative than Wi-Fi?
  • SigFox vs LoRa: Which is the best IoT network for a process and discrete environment? 
  • Is it worth the wait? The business case for new connectivity solutions versus what is already available

Guido Jouret, CDO, ABB

10:30
Networking Break
11:15
STREAMS

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

Data is the New Oil for MES and Risk Management is the Seal 

Luc Verhelst, CIO, Metallo

STREAM B: STRATEGY

The Digitisation of Manufacturing:Challenges and Opportunities for European Advanced Manufacturing

•         Catching the digital train
•         Shifting from incremental to  disruptive innovation
•         Transformation from machine supplier  to manufacturing process partner
•         Developing data-driven solutions  together with customers
•         Investing in a new & hybrid  skills-set
•         Policy action to support this change

Filip Geerts, Director General, CECIMO

11:35
Streams

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

Session Title to be Defined

Representative from SAS

STREAM B: STRATEGY

Session Title to be Defined

Representative from Wind River

11:55
STREAMS

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

CASE STUDY: Please Just Let Us Do Our Job! Quality, Safety and Technology 

Reinhold Geitl, Plant Director, Pilkington NSG 

 STREAM B: STRATEGY

How can a Public Department Contribute to Boost the Digitization of Firms? 

Mario Buisan Garcia, Director General of Industry and SME, Spanish Ministry of Economy

12:30
Lunch
13:30
STREAMS

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

Utilising IoT to Ensure the Physical Security of your Plant, Factory and Office

·         For the use of IoT for physical security: IoT give manufacturers the ability to monitor employees and equipment it should be a fully integrated to ensure physical security.

·         Partial integration of physical security: There’s definitely some merit in getting real-time information on equipment and assets, however there are ethical and legal challenges that go with monitoring employees 

Session Reserved for Gold Sponsor

STREAM B: STRATEGY

CASE STUDY: The Digital Twin: SKF’s New Approach to a New Concept

Christian Gill, Director Digital Business Technology, SKF Group

13:50
STREAMS

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

CASE STUDY: Utilising advanced analytics for real time decision making for Energy

Johan Stockmann, Director, Industrie 4.0, AkzoNobel

STREAM B: STRATEGY

CASE STUDY: Breaking Down Silos and  Fostering an Environment That Supports Innovation

Richard Allbert, Director-Smart  Manufacturing, Pirelli

14:10
STREAM

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

Technologies converging: Blockchain, IoT and Asset-tracking

·         Blockchain and IoT: A quick guide

·         An actual use-case for Blockchain:  Asset-tracking and its appeal to manufacturing

·         The numbers add up: Blockchain technology cost  for our manufacturers

·         Is blockchain about to take manufacturing by  storm?

STREAM B: STRATEGY

The Psychology Behind Moving from Product Centric to Customer Centric Model

Joost Fromberg, Data Driven Optimization  Lead, Online Dialogue

14:30
STREAMS

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

Session Reserved for GKN

Paul Mairl, Vice-President Programme Management and Lean, GKN 
      

STREAM B: STRATEGY

RESERVED FOR GOLD SPONSOR                                               
14:55
STREAMS

STREAM A: TECHNOLOGY

CASE  STUDY: Digitalization of Injection Mould Making

Jesper  Touboel, Vice-President, Lego

STREAM B: STRATEGY

CASE STUDY: ZF’s Strategy and Entry into  IoT

Frederik Lechner, Director Digital Strategy and Business Engagement, ZF

15:15
Networking Break
16:00
PRESENTATION

Session Reserved for Elisa

Kari Terho, Vice-President, IoT, Elisa

16:30
CASE STUDY

Retrospect of Two Years’ Experience with Cobots in a Low Volume  Manufacturer

Axel Schmidt, Director Manufacturing  Engineering, Sennheiser

16:50
PRESENTATION

Customer Intimacy: Digitalisation and the  efficient use of data to predict customer behaviours

17:20
Closing Panel

Making IoT a reality with good cyber security

·         Identifying points of vulnerability in the  connected manufacturer: Factories, HQ and           products

·         Plugging the gaps: Taking the initiative to  stay ahead by partnering with good solution           providers

·         The importance of Incident response: Detecting  an intrusion, escalation and stopping an           attack early

·         Building a robust security against  cyber-attack: Creating your security and risk           management roadmap

17:50
Closing Remarks from Chair
18:00
END OF DAY ONE AND BEER & BRATWURST EVENING RECEPTION

Beer & Bratwurst Evening Reception

Sponsored by BICS

Paulaner's Wirtshaus & Beer Garden, The Westin Grand Munich

Close of day ones conference need not be sad as at the end of session there will be drinks in hand.

For beer and cheer with bratwurst on the side come and join the team to end the day on a high! 

Bring your peers and colleagues as all are invited to enjoy Internet of Manufacturing in different surroundings. 

Continue conversations of the day in preparation for an exciting Day Two and keep on networking as what else would you do?

Dress code: Smart/Casual or Lederhosen

08:30
Opening Remarks from Chair
08:40
case study

Disruption: What Separates the Winners from the Losers?  

Holger Pietzsch, Head of Marketing and  IoT, Caterpillar

09:00
Presentation

Session Reserved for Capacilon

Jai Tamhane, IoT Solutions Architect, Capacilon

09:20
PRESENTATION

The Relevance of Connected Business: Social Architectures

Otto Schell, Board Member, IoT, DSAG

09:40
PRESENTATION

Bringing about a digital transformation within a traditional Manufacturer: Improving Mindsets 

• Securing buy-in from senior leadership team to embrace digital transformation

• The importance of a holistic approach to transformation and a critical focus on the “human factor” • Designing digital experiences with the customer at the centre 

• Succeeding in a world of ecosystems and new partnerships 

Session Reserved for Platinum Sponsor

10.00
PRESENTATION

How should your IoT ecosystem look? 

 • Building an intricate network of partners 

 • Trust is everything in an open platform

 • Choosing the right solution provider: End to End platforms, do they work? 

Session Reserved for Platinum Sponsor

10:30
Networking Break
11:15
STREAMS

STREAM A: WORKSHOP

Equipping Staff with the Necessary Tools for IoT Adoption          

  • It’s no longer enough to know the theory: Teaching senior management the practicalities of IoT  
  • Smart Hiring for Smart Manufacturers: Skills  to look out for and market availability
  • How do we train staff in operational  technology, information technology and IoT? Send them to the factories and plants!
  • IoT for employee engagement: Learning and  development and industry accreditations

Frank Piller, Co-Founder of the MIT Smart Customization Group, MIT

STREAM B: STRATEGY

CASE STUDY: Volvo and Augmented Reality

  • Context of AR and MR
  • Case Study: What we have achieved to date
  • Expected benefits of AR investment
  •  Future AR plans: From Factory to Customer

Bertrand Felix, Augmented Reality Lead,  Volvo

11:35
STREAMS

STREAM A: WORKSHOP CONTINUED

Equipping Staff with the Necessary Tools for IoT Adoption          

  • It’s no longer enough to know the theory: Teaching senior management the practicalities of IoT  
  • Smart Hiring for Smart Manufacturers: Skills  to look out for and market availability
  • How do we train staff in operational  technology, information technology and IoT? Send them to the factories and plants!
  • IoT for employee engagement: Learning and  development and industry accreditations

Frank Piller, Co-Founder of the MIT Smart Customization Group, MIT

STREAM B: STRATEGY

Reserved for a Silver Sponsor

12:05
Lightening Session

Olaf Wilmsmeier, Product Manager, Smart  Manufacturing, Harting

12:15
Lunch
13:30
STREAMS

STREAM A: STRATEGY

Cognitive Computing that transforms Manufacturing

 • Drawing on sensors and analytics for intelligent assets 

 • Analysing work environments for quality and decision making

 • Resource and optimisation  

Session reserved for Silver Sponsor

STREAM B: TECHNOLOGY

Re-designing assembly with Simulation Modelling 

 • Maintaining production standards using the simulation model  

• Evaluating dynamic product flows and capturing systems sensitivities  

• Conveying costs versus production throughput  

Session reserved for Silver Sponsor

13:50
STREAMS

STREAM A: STRATEGY

The Benefits of Predictive Maintenance  for Customers: The Connected Car Case Study

  • The Aim: Getting rid of scheduled services and breakdowns: Laying down the original  vision
  • The  Impact: Happier customers that will trust and invest in your brand.  Looking at the consumer feedback
  • The  Costs: Examining the expense of putting predictive maintenance in a high  end connected car
  • The  Rewards: Forecasting both direct and indirect returns

STREAM B: TECHNOLOGY

Do We Have a Data Problem? Data Collection and Integration Under IoT

  • Structured versus unstructured data: What’s  coming out of our factories?
  • Are sensors the only way to collect data? What  are the alternatives? How do they fair?
  • IoT and data collection beyond the factory to  improve decision making
  • Integrating big data into real time analytics:  Creating a global visual aid

Raul Coutinho, CTO, Marionette

Matt Lewis, Founder Synaptiv 

14:10
STREAMS

STREAM A: STRATEGY

Let’s take Platforms to the Next Level: Open Manufacturing

  • What are  APIs? How do they work in theory?
  •  Industries  where this already happening: Pharmaceuticals and unlikely partners
  • Where is  the revenue opportunity? What about security?
  • Is this  the future of the IoT ecosystem? 

STREAM B: TECHNOLOGY

Do We Have a Data Problem? Data Collection and Integration Under IoT (session continued)

  • Structured versus unstructured data: What’s  coming out of our factories?
  • Are sensors the only way to collect data? What  are the alternatives? How do they fair?
  • IoT and data collection beyond the factory to  improve decision making
  • Integrating big data into real time analytics:  Creating a global visual aid

Raul Coutinho, CTO, Marionette

Matt Lewis, Founder Synaptiv

14:30
Networking Break
15:15
Roundtable technology talks

Share experience and ideas in a frank and open environment. You will have the opportunity to participate in two 30 minute discussions with your peers.  

Themed tables include:

• Predictive maintenance

 • Robotics

 • AI and machine learning

 • Sensors and RFID 

• Cyber-security  

Discussion agenda per table will include:

• What’s the business case? 

• Implementation and change management challenges 

• Assessing the benefits and results 

 • Tracking the ROI

16:15
CLOSING KEYNOTE

Session Reserved for MESA International

Uwe Kueppers, Chairman of the EMEA Board, MESA

16:35
Closing Remarks from Chair
16:40
End of Day Two