Day 1

20 October 2016

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.  

09:20AM

Connected Industry: Chair’s welcome and opening remarks

Matt Hatton

Founder & CEO

Machina Research

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. Matt Hatton, Founder & CEO, Machina Research

09:40AM

Case-study: Deriving business value from the Industrial Internet of Things

  • Overview of industrial internet story
  • Benefits to the business and its customers over short and longer term
  • Major challenges and lessons learnt
  • Emergence new business opportunities and structures as a result of IoT

10:10AM

Keynote panel: Building new business opportunities with the Industrial Internet of Things

  • To what extent do you need to redesign organisations, partnerships & operations to realise the value of IIoT?
  • How much investment is required to successfully implement IIoT?
  • What factors need to be considered before embarking on IIoT initiatives?
  • Identifying and working with new ecosystem partners
  • What is the true commercial potential of IIoT and to what extent is it being realised?

10:50AM

The Impact of IoT on Industry

  • How does industry become digital
  • Convergence between a consumer world and an industrial one
  • IoT reshaping business models

11:30AM

Networking Break

11:50AM

IoT for manufacturing case-study

  • Exploring the benefits of embracing the IIoT: Quality, performance and data
  • Technology decision making process: sensors, connectivity and data management choices
  • Pain points, challenges and lessons learnt through the process
  • Future vision of how the IIoT and the data can continue to provide benefit the manufacturing process

12:20PM

Smart Manufacturing Panel: Building the factories of the future

  • Examining new factory concepts enabled by ‘Industry 4.0’ / the ‘Industrial Internet’
  • How new initiatives are driving operational and business excellence
  • Results in terms of Capex, Opex and reductions in energy consumption
  • The future – moving from process improvements to using IIoT to drive wider innovation

01:00PM

Networking Break

02:00PM

How IoT-enabled Digital Twins and Augmented Reality will transform the way you create, operate, service and experience things

  • How the Digital Twin concept bridges the physical and digital worlds to unlock new business value
  • The move from traditional methods to leveraging easily-created connected mobile experiences that leverage augmented reality will offer new levels of human-thing interaction across the product lifecycle

02:30PM

Case Study: Smart tooling for the factories of the future with M2M technologies and the Industrial Internet

  • Understanding smart tool possibilities and the benefits in the manufacturing process
  • Examples smart tools in practice – level of added intelligence and automation provided, and the impact on the production process
  • Practicalities of developing smart tools and lessons learned from the process

03:00PM

Networking Break

03:20PM

Predictive Maintenance Panel: Harnessing the power of IoT and M2M technology to transform field services and asset management

  • 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 an 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

04:00PM

Intelligent asset management case-study: Using the IoT for predictive maintenance

  • Challenges to overcome when building an IoT architecture
  • Connectivity choices and keeping up with evolving communication technology
  • Practicalities of data analytics – building intelligence from big data to provide real business value
  • Visions for the future – how the evolution of IoT is changing economic structures

04:30PM

Case Study: Connecting legacy equipment to realize massive quick wins in Industrial IoT

  • Connect legacy machines and equipment
  • Enable IoT to improve on KPIs for production and resource consumption
  • Maximize ROI of IoT strategies

05:00PM

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Day 2

21 October 2016

Connected Industry Day two

“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.  

09:50AM

Connected Industry; chair’s welcome and opening remarks

10:10AM

Keynote panel: Digitalising heavy industry

  • 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?

10:50AM

Surviving and thriving digital transformation

  • What strategic questions should you be asking your organisation at the beginning of your IoT journey?
  • How you can prepare?
  • What are the rewards?

11:20AM

Networking Break

11:50AM

How can IOT effect on customer expectations?

Alexander Nazarov

Chief Engineer - COE

Cummins

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  • Product complexity drives new customer expectations
  • Poor information flow can cause a problem and lead to market share loss
  • Systems will need to have a synchronized flow
  • To support product from the moment a customer enters an order through complete life cycle.
  • IOT gives a power to customer share experience
  • Company value shifting from just selling a service or product to provide support after sale
. Alexander Nazarov, Chief Engineer - COE, Cummins

12:20PM

The Industrial Internet of Things – A testbed perspective

  • Innovation through the creation of new industry testbeds for real-world applications
  • International cooperation as the base for technology and interoperability
  • Best practice use cases

12:50PM

Networking Break

01:50PM

Panel: Smart logistics and supply chain management

  • Discussing how the IoT is impacting logistics and the supply chain as a whole
  • Benefits of end-to-end data sharing between stakeholders along the supply chain
  • Combining data for intelligence decision making
  • Impacts on complete product lifecycle
  • What impact will the IoT have on the future of supply chain management and the wider business?

02:30PM

The IoT for lifecycle management with a global supply chain

  • Understanding the value of end-to-end data over a complex manufacturing process
  • Networks and infrastructure required to make this possible
  • Effectively managing big data to give it context and purpose within the manufacturing process and beyond
  • The extension of this process once the product is with the customer

03:00PM

Networking Break

03:30PM

Case-study: Postal and Logistics Operations in a connected world

  • Dealing with change
  • Experiences of building connected fleet
  • Building a strategy for IoT

04:00PM

Telematics as an accelerator for the IoT Market

  • Leverage telematics to provide real-time information about freight & fleet
  • Create a seamless traffic and logistics operations
  • How to extract value & insight from vehicle generated big data

04:30PM

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