Wednesday 10 May 2017

08:30 Welcome coffee and registration
09:30 Plenary opening
Zeynep Sarılar - Chairwoman ITEA
Laila Gide - President ARTEMIS Industry Association
09:50 Welcome speech
Jasper Wesseling - Director Innovation & Knowledge, Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs
10:00 Keynote speech on Digitalisation of healthcare
Henk van Houten - Chief Technology Officer, Royal Philips
10:45 Official opening exhibition and innovation market
11:00 Guided tours
11:00 Press event (incl. guided tour and lunch)
13:00 Lunch
15:00 Workshops
  • Smart Energy
  • Smart Health
  • Smart Manufacturing
  • Smart Mobility
More details and panelists
17:00 Guided tours - dedicated to the emerging challenges for industry
18:00 End of the day programme
From 19:00 Evening programme at the Amsterdam Foodhallen




Thursday 11 May 2017

09:00 Opening exhibition and innovation market
09:00 Keynote speech on Digitising European Industry Strategy –
ARTEMIS-IA's and ITEA's role in Europe's Digital Transformation

Max Lemke - Head of Unit, Complex Systems & Advanced Computing, DG CONNECT, European Commission
09:30 Break
09:45 Parallel sessions

ITEA Community session
  • Zeynep Sarılar
    Chairwoman ITEA
  • Programme highlights by Philippe Letellier
    Vice-chairman ITEA
  • Presentation ITEA Awards of Excellence 2017
    • AVANTI
    • MoSHCA
    • SEAS
    • SoRTS
  • Presentation ITEA Exhibition Awards

Digital Transformation panel session
organised by ARTEMIS Industry Association More details
11:15 Break
11:30 Innovation sessions
  • Smart Energy
  • Smart Health
  • Smart Manufacturing
  • Smart Mobility
More details
13:30 Lunch
14:30 Keynote speech
Philippe Vanrie - Head of the EUREKA Secretariat
14:40 Plenary conclusions
  • Presentation of workshop conclusions
  • Innovation session pitches
  • Summary of the global trends arising from the SMEs taking part in the innovation sessions
16:00 Closing address
Laila Gide - President ARTEMIS Industry Association
Zeynep Sarılar - Chairwoman ITEA
16:15 End of the programme


The programme is still subject to changes