Day 1

23 January 2017

Connected Industry

“As many other areas of our everyday lives, the Internet of Things is also becoming prevalent in industry, where it connects real and virtual worlds of production. The fusion of these two worlds via the Internet enables manufacturers to connect all machines, products and systems involved in the production process.” – Bosch Software Innovations GmbH

The Industrial Internet of Things or Industry 4.0 heralds an era of unlimited potential to change the industrial landscape. Will this become the age of ultimate industrial automation? What efficiencies and new opportunities can be realised as a result? How can the complexities be understood and challenges overcome? In these sessions we explore how the IoT is impacting existing industry value chains, business models and workforces, and what actions business leaders must take to ensure long-term success and real return on investment.  

09:30AM

Connected Industry: Chair’s welcome and opening comments

Emil Berthelsen

Principal Analyst

Machina Research

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. Emil Berthelsen, Principal Analyst, Machina Research

09:50AM

Keynote presentation: What is the best route into the IIoT?

  • To what extent do you need to redesign organisations, partnerships & operations to realise the value of IIoT?
  • Identifying and working with new ecosystem partners
  • How to support your products and processes through the entire product life cycle.
  • Discussions around developing your own proprietary platforms vs working with external vendors.

10:20AM

Panel: Creating a competitive edge with the IIoT

Emil Berthelsen

Principal Analyst

Machina Research

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Andreas Schierenbeck

Chairman of the Executive Board

thyssenkrupp Elevator AG

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Kalman Tiboldi

Chief Business Innovation Officer

TVH Group

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Marcel Hartgerink

Member

Industrial Internet Consortium

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  • The IOT is now firmly embedded in many industrial enterprises – but how do you move ahead of the ever growing pack?
  • How much investment is required to successfully implement IIoT? What should be considered when evaluating options for deployment in different industry verticals and segments?
  • Seeing IoT as a business process NOT an I.T project.
  • How can you decrease time to market, improve productivity and security and create new value-driven devices and services for your customers in today’s competitive, complex and increasingly fast paced world?

 

Moderator: . Emil Berthelsen, Principal Analyst, Machina Research
. Andreas Schierenbeck, Chairman of the Executive Board, thyssenkrupp Elevator AG
. Kalman Tiboldi, Chief Business Innovation Officer , TVH Group
. Marcel Hartgerink, Member, Industrial Internet Consortium

11:00AM

People are the key ‘intelligent asset’ in the Industrial Internet of Things.

Andreas Schierenbeck

Chairman of the Executive Board

thyssenkrupp Elevator AG

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  • Discussing how to get buy in from your organisation and combat cultural biases – C-suite but also across traditionally siloed departments like engineering and IT.
  • How IoT-enabled Digital Twins and Augmented Reality will transform the way you create, operate, service and experience things
  • What effect will the move from traditional methods to easily-created connected mobile experiences that leverage augmented reality have on new levels of human-thing interaction across the product lifecycle?
  • The future of the workforce – how will digital labour in manufacturing transform the skills mix and focus of tomorrow’s workforce.
. Andreas Schierenbeck, Chairman of the Executive Board, thyssenkrupp Elevator AG

11:30PM

Networking Break

11:50AM

Panel: Smart Factories of the future

Jason Stamper

Analyst, Data Platforms & Analytics

451 Research

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Idan Barak

CIO

Nilit

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Erja Turunen

Executive Vice President

VTT Technical research centre of Finland

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Cyrille Fauvel

Sr. Worldwide ADN Sparks Manager

Autodesk

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Dr. Dirk Lange

Technical Director

ARTIS GmbH

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  • Discussing the operational transformation in manufacturing from a product focus to an outcome based one
  • Examining new factory concepts enabled by the ‘Industrial Internet’ – utilising smart buildings and smart machinery.
  • Results in terms of Capex, Opex and reductions on KPI’s such as energy consumption and increased efficiency
Moderator: . Jason Stamper, Analyst, Data Platforms & Analytics, 451 Research
. Idan Barak, CIO, Nilit
. Erja Turunen, Executive Vice President, VTT Technical research centre of Finland
. Cyrille Fauvel, Sr. Worldwide ADN Sparks Manager, Autodesk
. Dr. Dirk Lange, Technical Director, ARTIS GmbH

12:20PM

SoA-PLC with standardized interfaces for cloud-enabled services

Sven Goldstein

Product Manager- TwinCat

Beckhoff Automation

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  • IoT vs. Industrie 4.0: What is different – what is similar?
  • Communication requirements for intelligent devices
  • Overview components involved in machine automation
  • SoA-PLC: Definition and realization
  • Success stories
. Sven Goldstein, Product Manager- TwinCat, Beckhoff Automation

12:50PM

Networking Break

02:00PM

Case Study – Connecting legacy equipment for fast ROI in IoT

  • Connect legacy machines and equipment – examining the methods, results and pain points.
  • Does enabling IoT improve on KPIs for production and resource consumption?
  • Return on investment of IoT strategies vs the need for initial investment.
  • Integrating OT with IoT in the modern enterprise – challenges such as technology, culture and standards.
. James Nesfield, CTO, Chirp

02:40PM

Industrial IoT requires fit-for-purpose connectivity

Teppo Hemiä

CEO

Wirepas

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  • The diversity of IoT applications and their requirements, introduces a paradigm shift for connectivity solutions. The ability to flexibly optimize the connectivity solution to the needs of the customer’s business case and application is crucial to the development and growth of IoT based business.
  • De-centralized, autonomous device networks enable fast and efficient deployment of large-scale industrial IoT and Smart City applications.
  • Case examples of the benefits of the de-centralized network architecture – New business models enable new ways of working and new services.
. Teppo Hemiä, CEO, Wirepas

03:10PM

Panel: Connectivity for M2M devices

Dr Andreas Fink

Chairman

M2M Alliance

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Bernd Hacker

Europe Business Development Director

Advantech

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Jeevarathinam Ravikumar

SATS Technology Director Europe

Stanley Security

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Teppo Hemiä

CEO

Wirepas

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  • Discussions around the diversity of IIoT applications and their requirements, introduces a paradigm shift for connectivity solution and new business models to enable new ways of working and new services.
  • How businesses are using de-centralized, autonomous device networks enable fast and efficient deployment of large-scale industrial IoT
  • The role of Ultra-low-power wireless technologies for the industrial internet of things both infrastructure-less networks such as wireless M-Bus, EnOcean, KNX wireless and infrastructured IoT networks such as Sigfox
  • The seamless integration of standards into the IoT – moving from proprietary solutions to standards allows for interoperability along the entire supply chain.
Moderator: . Dr Andreas Fink, Chairman, M2M Alliance
. Bernd Hacker, Europe Business Development Director, Advantech
. Jeevarathinam Ravikumar, SATS Technology Director Europe, Stanley Security
. Teppo Hemiä, CEO, Wirepas

03:40PM

Networking Break

04:00PM

Smart Farming – growing new business opportunities

  • Industry 4.0 is enabling more simplified operational decisions, increasing machine uptime and allowing for the easy management of systems within farming – using sensors for everything from soil monitoring to herd management.
  • How the agriculture industry in particular is taking connectivity to the next level
  • What hurdles the agricultural industry has faced as machines become increasingly connected to the internet and how farmers can overcome those challenges
  •  The role of mobile data collection, analysis, sensors and remote management in creating a connected farm and increasing yields whilst reducing wastage.
. Senior Representative, John Deere, ,

04:30PM

Panel: Agriculture in IOT – the future of the smart farm

  • What is the future for irrigation control, fertiliser management and other types of connected farming technologies?
  • How can IoT impact on agriculture and farming in emerging markets – discussing the need for low barriers to entry for farmers worldwide.
  • Understanding how connectivity on the farm can be leveraged across other industries
  • What is the value of using new IoT technologies such as drones within farming.
  • Will increased data mean increased transparency for consumers as to where their produce is coming from?
. Senior Representative, John Deere, ,

05:10PM

Session Close

Day 2

24 January 2017

Connected Industry – Day 2

“As many other areas of our everyday lives, the Internet of Things is also becoming prevalent in industry, where it connects real and virtual worlds of production. The fusion of these two worlds via the Internet enables manufacturers to connect all machines, products and systems involved in the production process.” – Bosch Software Innovations GmbH

The Industrial Internet of Things or Industry 4.0 heralds an era of unlimited potential to change the industrial landscape. Will this become the age of ultimate industrial automation? What efficiencies and new opportunities can be realised as a result? How can the complexities be understood and challenges overcome? In these sessions we explore how the IoT is impacting existing industry value chains, business models and workforces, and what actions business leaders must take to ensure long-term success and real return on investment.  

09:40AM

Connected Industry: Chair’s welcome and opening comments

Knud Lasse Lueth

CEO

IoT Analytics

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. Knud Lasse Lueth, CEO, IoT Analytics

10:00AM

Keynote panel: Digitalising heavy industry

Paul Stein

Director of Research and Technology

Rolls - Royce

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Einar Landre, MSc, IEEE CSDP

Lead analyst, Corporate IT digitalisation

Statoil ASA

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  • How important is it for industry players to be engaging with the internet of things? How far advanced is the evolution to digitalisation
  • What new tools and means is digitalisation providing to heavy industry?
  • Is the market moving M2M to IoT or is it the same?
  • What are the major challenges of digitalising and what plans can be put in place to overcome these.
. Paul Stein, Director of Research and Technology, Rolls - Royce
. Einar Landre, MSc, IEEE CSDP, Lead analyst, Corporate IT digitalisation, Statoil ASA

10:40AM

Harnessing the Power of Real Time Analysis in IIoT

  • The future of manufacturing is moving from descriptive to prescriptive analytics and operational intelligence
  • The role of technology such as unmonitored plant and processes; gauges and sensor; remote monitoring by telemetry; semi-automated control and remote reporting of alarms
  • What can predictive platforms: devices that can autonomously adjust parameters based upon measured and received data, and artificial intelligence that creates its own rules and outcomes based on learned experiences play within the modern business?
  • Real life examples from across the industrial IoT.

11:10AM

Networking Break

11:40AM

Hostile Environment for the Internet of Things

Paul Stein

Director of Research and Technology

Rolls - Royce

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  • Industrial IOT require fit for purpose connectivity.
. Paul Stein, Director of Research and Technology, Rolls - Royce

12:10PM

Predictive Maintenance Panel: transforming field services and asset management

Knud Lasse Lueth

CEO

IoT Analytics

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David Midgley

Group Telematics Manager

JCB

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Dennis Curry

VP and Director, Business Innovation and R&D

Konica Minolta

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  • Moving from reactive to predictive maintenance – How easy is it to ingrate IoT into existing assets for maintenance purposes?
  • Exploring the technology available for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance, and the level of investment required
  • Special considerations for remote assets – creating efficient mechanisms to collect data from sensors and turning this into actionable insights
  • The potential benefits for business innovation and strategy of implementing IoT for maintenance
Moderator: . Knud Lasse Lueth, CEO, IoT Analytics
. David Midgley, Group Telematics Manager, JCB
. Dennis Curry, VP and Director, Business Innovation and R&D, Konica Minolta

12:50PM

Networking Break

01:50PM

Afternoon Keynote: IoT and Remote Container Management

Henrik Jorring

Senior IT Manager, Liner Operations

Maersk Line IT

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  • Maersk Line reefer management processes and how the Remote Container Management solution has transformed them
  • RCM solution overview – the technical solution
  • What is the next step for RCM?
  • How Maersk Line works strategically with IoT technologies to optimize operations
. Henrik Jorring, Senior IT Manager, Liner Operations, Maersk Line IT

02:20PM

Panel: Smart logistics for freight and fleet management

Mika Lammi

Head of IoT Business Development

Kouvola Innovation Oy

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Walid Benzarti

Director for Innovation, Research & Technology Land and Air Systems Global Business Unit

Thales Group

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Henrik Jorring

Senior IT Manager, Liner Operations

Maersk Line IT

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  • Discussing how the IoT is impacting logistics, fleet and freight management as a whole
  • How businesses should tackle vehicle generated big data, plus that generated by connected freight such as RCM’s?
  • Moving beyond telematics to transform connected assets into intelligent devices.
  • What impact will the IoT have on the future of worldwide logistics and the wider business?
. Mika Lammi, Head of IoT Business Development, Kouvola Innovation Oy
. Walid Benzarti, Director for Innovation, Research & Technology Land and Air Systems Global Business Unit, Thales Group
. Henrik Jorring, Senior IT Manager, Liner Operations, Maersk Line IT

03:00PM

Predictive maintenance for your fleet

  • How to improve quality and service by predicting malfunctions before they cause unscheduled downtime and higher costs?
  • Which are the key challenges to implement an IoT enabled predictive maintenance?
  • How to build a layered architecture for Sensing, Communication, Service and Infrastructure?
  • How predictive maintenance requires a two-step data analytics?
  • How IoT help us to implement a transformational business model like performance-based or pay-per use billing?

03:30PM

Beyond the factory floor – supply chain management

Chris Evans

Project Support Officer

Astra Zeneca

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Steven Woodward

Senior Solution Architect

Astra Zeneca

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  • What impact will the IoT have on the future of supply chain management and the wider business?
  • Discussion of the benefits of end-to-end data sharing between stakeholders along the supply chain.
  • How can RFID, NFC and other technologies be utilised to improve supply chain monitoring?
  • Visions for the future – what role will blockchain and smart contracts play?
. Chris Evans, Project Support Officer, Astra Zeneca
. Steven Woodward, Senior Solution Architect, Astra Zeneca

04:00PM

Session Close

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