Day 1 - 13 November 2019
Connected Industry: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks
Hear from an industry leading analyst about the latest trends, investments and market insights for IoT developers, vendors and service providers in the Connected Industry space.
Technical Director of Innovation, Office of the CTO
Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
09:50AM - Day 1
Moving from Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 & Human-machine interaction
industry 4.0 and industry 5.0 redefine business processes. Here we will look at how Humans, Machines and AI systems can effectively and collaboratively work together across various industrial use-cases to industrial and commercial use-cases to improve –
- Sustainable costs and
- Mass customization
We will discuss various challenges and mechanisms to bring these systems to reality across commercial and industrial use-cases.
10:20AM - Day 1
Senior Director – Technology
10:20AM - Day 1
02:40PM - Day 2
Associate Technical Fellow, Senior Systems Engineer
The Boeing Company
10:20AM - Day 1
Twin Oaks Computing
10:20AM - Day 1
Panel: Creating a competitive edge with the IIoT
- The IoT is now firmly embedded within many industrial enterprises – but how do you move ahead of the ever-growing pack and harness the full potential of IIoT?
- How small wins can grow into big returns – making smart choices when it comes to platform selection, device management etc..
- Seeing IoT as a business project, not an IT project
CPO and Co-founder
11:20AM - Day 1
Escape the Industrial IoT Cycle: Shifting From an IoT Consumer to an IoT Provider
There’s a new category of industrial IoT (IIoT) applications emerging. Industrial OEMs, who have traditionally been consumers of IoT to optimize their own internal processes, are now beginning to deliver IoT alongside the equipment they sell. With intelligence provided directly with the equipment, customers are no longer required to invest in IoT themselves. This creates new business models for the OEMs, and increased satisfaction for their customers. By using real-world customer examples, this talk will provide actionable takeaways and common pitfalls to avoid, when making this transition yourself.
Global Director of Data Innovation, NextGen Digital
Black & Veatch
03:20PM - Day 1
11:50AM - Day 1
The role of Artificial Intelligence and Data in Machine learning for Industry
The future of machine learning for industry is here, with the application of Artificial Intelligence, data centres and big data allowing for optimisation of processes and solutions. This session will look at the impact of this on industries, including:
- Understanding the data – Making the most of predictions
- The impact of machine learning on economic performance
- Moving beyond just connecting things – Connecting, people, machines and platforms
From this, we ask the important question – Where should the responsibility behind AI lie?
Head of Intrapreneurship and Emerging Technology
12:10PM - Day 1
Fireside Chat: Pushing Boundaries on the ‘Smart Job Site’
- More than ever, data streams are playing a key role for the ‘smart job site’- how will this develop into true actionable insights?
- Where to collect the data and how to test it
- The role of IoT sensors for smart construction
- What do these insights and solutions mean for industries and how do we ensure they enable customers moving forward?
Senior Director of Product Management
01:50PM - Day 1
Is Predictive Maintenance IoT’s Killer App?
Among the benefits of IoT applications, predictive maintenance is considered one of the most valuable. When done right, it can drastically reduce maintenance costs, increase uptime, extend assets lifetime and even improve product quality and employees safety – in ways that extend far beyond the factory floor. However, reaping these substantial benefits requires a calculated approach that empowers the end user to easily unlock it’s potential. Join us in this session to learn through real world examples how Oracle IoT Asset Monitoring Cloud harnesses the power of analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence to deliver predictive maintenance that reduces costs ,increases efficiencies and improves overall customer experiences.
02:20PM - Day 1
Using MATLAB and Simulink in Industrial IoT Applications
- Build and deploy digital twins and AI functionality for Industrial IoT Applications
- Perform predictive maintenance, operations optimization, and other applications
- Operationalize on choice of embedded, edge, on-prem, and cloud
Head of Corporate Development – Americas
Shell New Energies
02:40PM - Day 1
Director of Product Strategy for Manufacturing and Industrial IoT
12:40PM - Day 1
02:40PM - Day 1
Panel: Predictive Maintenance – How to Unlock True ‘Actionable Insight’
- Exploring the technology available for condition monitoring and predictive maintenance across industry, from maintaining wind turbines to services elevators
- Are we moving from reactive to predictive maintenance, and what role can machine learning play here? What about fixing problems remotely?
- The potential benefits for business innovation and strategy of implementing IoT for maintenance, and what is holding industries back here?
- Discussing the impact that data models used for predictive maintenance have on field services, and the need for feedback loops to continually refine them
Digital Innovation Manager - Silicon Valley Innovation Outpost (SVIO)
03:40PM - Day 1
Transforming a 150 year old company in a time of exponential change
We live in a time of exponential change, where massive shifts in technologies and business models are fundamentally rewriting the rules of business at a pace never imagined. Learn how Nestlé – the world’s largest food & beverage company – is transforming itself to embrace these conditions to unlock new opportunities and pave the way for the future.
Extending the Digital Twin to Manual Processes
IoT focuses on connectivity between “things” – devices, machines, tools etc., but in certain industries processes are still overwhelmingly planned, supervised and executed by people. In this presentation Adrian Jennings describes how the standard notion of the IoT “Digital Twin” has limited value in these applications, leaving large parts of critical processes completely opaque and unconnected. Using real-world case studies as examples, Mr. Jennings will explain technologies that are extending the Digital Twin to encompass manual activities and how significant value is being created as a result.
SAP’s ‘Product as a Service’ for Transforming Manufacturing
With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), product as a service has received increased interest from manufacturers. Learn how SAP customers are using SAP Leonardo IoT and SAP Edge Services to innovate new business models and move to “product as service” offerings as a way to boost the profitability of their products, improve customer engagement and launch new lines of business.
Day 2 - 14 November 2019
Connected Industry Day 2: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks
Hear from an industry leading analyst on day 2 of the conference about the latest trends, investments and market insights for IoT developers, vendors and service providers within the connected industry space
Sr. Vice President, Strategic Accounts BU & Global Industrial IoT Business
09:50AM - Day 2
The Future of Manufacturing – 2019 and Beyond
- Discussing the shift in manufacturing from a product focus to the future of being outcome orientated and how this leads to an end-user focused result
- Examining new factory concepts enabled by the ‘Industrial Internet’ – Utilising smart buildings and smart machinery
- Results in terms of Capex, Opex and reductions in energy consumption and increased efficiency
- The future of the workforce – How will digital labour in manufacturing transform the skills mix and the focus of tomorrow’s workforce
Senior Director – IIoT
10:20AM - Day 2
Panel: Factories of the future
A smart factory of the future is a fully connected system which utilises a constant stream of data from IoT-enabled processes such as inventory tracking, predictive maintenance, smart manufacturing and the implementation of digital twins. Advancements in smart lighting, temperature control and smart security systems add to the potential of a digitally integrated system. This talk will look at how all of these processes harmonise and enable more informed decisions, including:
- Reduction in service costs
- Lower energy consumption and increased efficiency
- Process Automation – Moving beyond IoT to intelligent objects
- Innovative production – What’s the next addition to the evolving smart factory?
The Digital Thread, IoT and Industry 4.0
The digital thread initiated more than 20 years ago is now connecting more than just engineering models with downstream functions. It is connecting our factory equipment and production data and will eventually include technical, administrative, and financial data in our Big 4 (ERP, MES, PLM, Sustainment) IT systems. Are you ready for the next industrial revolution? Industry 4.0 is coming – resistance is futile.
Thomas J. Burke
Strategic Marketing Officer
11:50AM - Day 2
Achieving Secure Reliable Information Integration from the Embedded World to the Cloud!
The importance of digitalization and integration in the world of engineering/ construction, moving data and transforming into information from embedded devices to the cloud can now be realised through international standardisation activities inclusive of the OPC Foundation OPC UA technology and the over 40 organisations that the OPC Foundation has collaborated with. The world of industry 4.0 and the industrial Internet of things with standardisation of communication and information provides the necessary infrastructure requirements bridging the IT and OT worlds together.
Industry 4.0 is driving standardisation and how structures are designed, built, maintained and utilised. Long-term innovation through digitalization with industry 4.0 will provide many significant opportunities to construction.
- Business Value proposition of industry 4.0 and the industrial Internet of things
- Learn how the End users and suppliers are demanding and leveraging the benefits of the OPC international standardisation activities
- Learn how OPC UA provides Industrial Interoperability for the Industrial Internet of Things and Industry 4.0
- Learn how the OPC Foundation collaborations with other industry organisations are working to revolutionise the transformation of data, providing an infrastructure for the modelling of Information
Fireside Chat: Industry 4.0 – The Vision and Impact to Industries
- What is industry 4.0 – Defining this innovation and the vision of technology, culture, standards and security that accompany it
- Looking at the way in which IoT-enabled manufacturing can provide a more sustainable and lucrative future, from visibility of resources to enhanced productivity and new business opportunities
- Is the future of this productivity physical systems or cloud platforms?
- How we see Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Virtual Reality (VR) impacting manufacturing moving forward
12:50PM - Day 1
12:40PM - Day 2
Director, Agriculture Sector Digital Operations
12:40PM - Day 2
Panel: Connecting Legacy Manufacturing Assets
- Connecting and future-proofing legacy machines, equipment and other manufacturing assets – Examining the methods, results and pain points
- Data Challenges in a research organization – Is a reusable pattern the solution?
- Journey from a disconnected world into a streaming data platform – Does enabling IoT improve on KPIs for production, cost consideration and resource consumption?
- Moving analytics to the edge – What is the right data to collect from your legacy equipment and how to get it fast