Smart Manufacturing workshop
On Wednesday 10 May, four parallel workshops will be organised on four emerging challenges for industry, including Smart Manufacturing.
Each workshop is set up as a panel with key players in the domain; large industry, academia, SMEs and customers, discussing main innovation trends in the specific challenge. An important element of the workshops will be the interaction with the audience, with ample room for Q&A. Here below you can find a list of the confirmed panellists and moderators and a short description of the innovation trends that will be discussed. Want to be prepared for the debate? Have a look and create your own opinion!
The panellists and moderators
Jean-Luc BeylatVP Ecosystems, Market Enablers & Customer Innovation CentersNokia
More panellists will be confirmed soon.
This session is moderated by:
Etienne PouilleHead of Programs & Industrial PerformanceAIRBUS
Current Smart Manufacturing trends
- Lot size one Manufacturing
Discussion on the needs of the industry what to focus on.
- Personalised production
Production based on the online design or requirements of the end-user. Discussions on how it is possible and how it is beneficial and cost effective.
- Automation system engineering
Discussion on how to address engineering cost of legacy and Industri4.0 automation.
- The IT security aspect of digitised production
Discussions on IT security proactivity and mitigation.
- Production and product data analytics
The real usage and benefits of big data analysis and cloud services. Success cases and gaps to be filled in.
- Servitization or selling products
Servitization is the hype in all industries. To make this transformation - to sell services and solutions - requires significant change inside many traditional manufacturers. Companies have to recognise that the product is a platform to deliver a service.