Swiss Leaders Dialog IoT/m2m Strategies, 19t-20th September 2017

Swiss Leaders Dialog Industrial IoT/m2m Connects CTOs, Heads of Production, R&D, IT Managers, Scientists and Solution Providers to Discuss Ideas and Projects on the Road to Industrial IoT

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In a smart factory all kind of people, machines and products communicate with each other. It is intelligentely connected with suppliers delivernig tagged components or carriers offering smart supply chains. The smart factory communicates with customers who bought its smart products with embedded sensors delivering data for product maintenance and improvement.

This communication requires a common IT language. Industrial IoT merges manufacturing, automation, IT and Internet in the smartest ways to make production more efficient and customers more satisfied at the same time. The smart factory is agile, green and ergonomic. The connection between customers and production as well as among one and another machine organises development and value chains of products in a brand new way.

A completely smart factory and holitstic industrial internet of things should be a reality 10 years from now. But already today many projects mark the starting point on the way from semi-automated and automated to the fully digitalised factories. It’s not the big bang but a journey with many small steps. The Industrial IoT/m2m Strategy Dialog wants to accompany this journey and connects CTOs, Heads of production, R&D, IT managers, scientists and solution providers to discuss ideas and upcoming projects on the road to Industrial IoT.

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In some industries like passenger cars or kitchen furniture customers ask for indvidualised products which puts manufacturers under cost pressure. Small batch sizes shouldn’t be more expensive than mass production. In cases like these we can already witness the beginnings of Industrial IoT and advanced m2m communication with tagged workpieces communicating with conveying systems and machines which set up autonomously.

A smart factory is based on a complete vertical integration of business processes, manufaturing processes and manufacturing data. Already today manufatcuring execution systems (MES) link machines with ERP. Usual interfaces like OPC, UA, OPC DA or OLE DB connect manufacturing devices to the MES. This is a very good base to plan the next steps.

Remote predictive maintancene in the machinery industry is also a good example for Industrial IoT and m2m communication already in place. Senors deliver data to predict when parts need to be replaced. In a smart factory the spare part will also be produced and shipped autonomously.

Industrial IoT changes how companies collaborate. It changes their products and services. It changes their customer relationships. As always with big changes there will be successful and failing startups and not all established players might still be on top tomorrow. Especially when combined with a disruptive technologies like 3D Printing or Big Data it is true game changer. In any case these technologies will lead to an even tougher competition and future business models for manufacturing companies will need to be even more focused on the specific wishes of individual customers.

Topics to be discussed:

  • Technological requirements for a smart factory / Industrial IoT infrastructure
  • Roadmap to a smart factory
  • Organisational merger of IT and Engineering
  • Smart supply chains
  • Smart customer interaction
  • Smart product development
  • Benefits of virtual and augmented realities in smart factories
  • Smart machines
  • Business case automotive industry
  • Business case machinery industry
  • Business case electronics industry
  • Business case logistics & supply chain
  • Business case utilities

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Domonkos Gaspar
Head of Global Manufacturing Digitization
Autoneum Management AG

Industry 4.0 Strategy at Autoneum AG

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Industry 4.0 Strategy at Autoneum AG

  • HR aspects of Industry 4.0
  • Predictive maintenance implementation – models, processes, tools
  • Outlook

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Matthias Schirrmacher
Project Lead Industry 4.0 / Digitalization Site Operations
Merck Group

Industry 4.0 und Digitization in Process Manufacturing

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Industry 4.0 und Digitization in Process Manufacturing

  • IoT eco systems
  • Condition monitoring
  • Predictive maintenance

Andreas Conzelmann
Managing Director
TRUMPF Laser Marking Systems AG

Smart factory and digital integration

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Marcel Rassinger
CIO
Competec Service AG (Brack.ch)

Brack Order Button: Development, Process Integration and Marketing of an IoT Device in the Retail Industry

Dr. Andreas Nawroth
Head of Data Analytics
MunichRe Group

Machine Learning and Big Data

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Norman Stürtz
Chief Data Officer
Credit Suisse AG

Data as the Flipside of Digitization

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Data as the Flipside of Digitization

  • How data relates to digitalization
  • Why data is a success factor for digitization
  • How to “get data right”

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Michael Schneider
Associate Director IT & Security
IWC Schaffhausen

Managing Digitization Security Threats Successfully

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Dr. Jürg Meierhofer
Lead Platform Industry 4.0
ZHAW School of Engineering

Services and Business Models in the 4.0 World - Update 2017

Klemens Berger
Director Switzerland
Fabasoft GmbH

Automatization of Industrial Business Processes in the Cloud

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Automatization of Industrial Business Processes in the Cloud

Digitization is one of the hot topics in business. Buzz words as „Industry 4.0“, „Internet of Things“ and „Cloud Computing“ are omnipresent. But many companies lack a proper base for digital transformation: To many internal and external processes still require email or even paper. By using email or paper security, know-how protection, data protection and traceability are not granted at all.
The unlimited and borderless digital steering of documents is a solution for many fields of business: Document-centered business processes are being digitized, automated and accelerated in a secure and traceable way – beyond borders of organizations, IT infrastructures or countries. This is one prerequisite for innovative digital services that change markets and boost a company’s competitiveness. The customer needs to be in the focus of all services, not the internal processes.

Questions for the workshop:

  • Which internal and external processes in your organization are not fully digitized and automated and therefore still require email or paper?
  • What strategies do you have to digitize customer and partner processes beyond the borders of your organization?
  • What are the key factors to implement digital collaboration with external people and organizations?
  • Are you aware of the fact that the borderless unlimited digital steering of documents creates the biggest cost-cut potentials and – at the same time – the best base for digital customer experiences?
  • In how far do you need to fulfill the requirements of the basic EU data protection regulation when collaborating with organizations inside the EU?

Andreas Dangl
Managing Director
Fabasoft Austria GmbH

Automatization of Industrial Business Processes in the Cloud

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Automatization of Industrial Business Processes in the Cloud

Digitization is one of the hot topics in business. Buzz words as „Industry 4.0“, „Internet of Things“ and „Cloud Computing“ are omnipresent. But many companies lack a proper base for digital transformation: To many internal and external processes still require email or even paper. By using email or paper security, know-how protection, data protection and traceability are not granted at all.
The unlimited and borderless digital steering of documents is a solution for many fields of business: Document-centered business processes are being digitized, automated and accelerated in a secure and traceable way – beyond borders of organizations, IT infrastructures or countries. This is one prerequisite for innovative digital services that change markets and boost a company’s competitiveness. The customer needs to be in the focus of all services, not the internal processes.

Questions for the workshop:

  • Which internal and external processes in your organization are not fully digitized and automated and therefore still require email or paper?
  • What strategies do you have to digitize customer and partner processes beyond the borders of your organization?
  • What are the key factors to implement digital collaboration with external people and organizations?
  • Are you aware of the fact that the borderless unlimited digital steering of documents creates the biggest cost-cut potentials and – at the same time – the best base for digital customer experiences?
  • In how far do you need to fulfill the requirements of the basic EU data protection regulation when collaborating with organizations inside the EU?

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Thomas Schuetz
Head of Big Data and Advanced Analytics
ABB AG

The Cognitive Company in the future

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The Cognitive Company in the future

  • Why we have to manage the unknown
  • How could we establish a human–machine partnership
  • What has to be done to prepare the society for the partnership

Prof. Dr. Peter Jaeschke
Head of Information and Process Management Department
FHS St. Gallen - University of Applied Sciences

Digitization Strategies for Medium Sized Companies

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Digitization gives companies the opportunity to re-position themselves in the market, win and retain new customers and increase their efficiency. The International Lake Constance University – a conglomerate of four universities in the border region – started an initiative called DigiNav to push digitization. Together with eight medium sized companies the four universities develop tools, models and roadmaps that enable companies to identify and evaluate the relevant digitization potentials within their processes.


Bernhard Schinkowitsch
Director Industry 4.0 Competence Center Europe
Atos IT Solutions and Services GmbH

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Hannes Eibinger
Business Development Team Lead
Siemens Industry Software AG

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Christian Klöppel
Head of Digital Technology
Atos Consulting

Workshop: Innovate Like a Startup

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In times of disruptive business models many established companies need to accelerate their innovation and R&D processes. Some try to copy successful startups with methods like Design Thinking, Lean Startup or Minimal Viable Products. Christian lectures how to succeed with such methods, he discusses the advantages as well as the challenges. Christian also reports on the experiences his team made using these methods when working with international customers

Frank Barz
Head of Industry IoT
T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH

Study: Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing and Logistics

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Results of the studye „Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing and Logistics – Best Practices Whitepaper“ made by Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC) in cooperation with T-Systems MMS. Attendees will be given a handout.

  • How do companies start Industry 4.0 / IoT projects?
  • Where are the driving forces?
  • Wich stakeholder deal with IoT?
  • Lesson learned from the pilot projects
  • From IoT pilot to a sustainable business modell

Rolf Niederer
CEO & Owner
LC Systems Engineering AG

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Nigel Fenton
Presales Consultant
Hitachi Data Systems

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Attendees List (Excerpt)
CompanyRole
OC Oerlikon Management AGHead of Group Business Services
Autoneum Management AGHead of Global Manufacturing Digitization
Belimed AGVP Operations Belimed Group
Merck GroupProject Lead Industry 4.0 / Digitalization Site Operations
HenkelDirector Network Management AOE AI WBA
Trumpf Machine ToolsExpert Digitization & New Business Development
dormakaba Management AGSenior Vice President HR AS DACH
Competec Service AG (Brack.ch)CIO
MunichRe GroupHead of Data Analytics
Credit Suisse AGChief Data Officer
IWC SchaffhausenAssociate Director IT & Security
ZHAW School of EngineeringLead Industrie 4.0
ABB AGHead of Big Data and Advanced Analytics
FHS St. Gallen - University for Applied SciencesHead of Institute for Information and Process Management
Feintool Technologie AGBusiness Development Manager
Amcor Group GmbHIT Director
Schmolz + Bickenbach AGManager Global Business Applications
Ypsomed AGVP Global Supply Chain Operations
Georg Utz Holding AGHead of Strategic Projects
Audi AGHead of Plant Technology
ABB Turbo Systems AGHead of PG Plants Supply & Production Network
SBB AGHead of Web Analytics
Clariant AGProcurement Manager
F. Hoffmann-La Roche AGFactory Head
F. Hoffmann-La Roche AGHead of Sterile Antibiotics Manufacturing
Nestlé AGChief Engineering Manager Germany, Benelux & Scandinavia
Hugo Boss AGSenior Head of Jersey & Textile Accs
Hugo Boss AGSenior Head of Jeans & Leisure Trousers
Burckhardt Compression AGVice President Design and Manufacturing
Swiss PostHead of Smart City & IoT
Raiffeisen BankDigital Analytics Consultant

fabasoft

atos

T-Systems_MMS

Day 1
TimeActivity
8:00Visitor Registration
9:00Opening
9:15Industry 4.0 Strategy at Autoneum AG
  • HR aspects of Industry 4.0
  • Predictive maintenance implementation - models, processes, tools
  • Outlook
    Domonkos Gaspar, Head of Global Manufacturing Digitization, Autoneum Management AG
  • 9:50Brack Order Button: Development, Process Integration and Marketing of an IoT Device in the Retail Industry

    Marcel Rassinger, CIO, Competec Service AG (Brack.ch)
    10:25Coffee Break
    10:40Networking Session 1
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    Leaders Circle
    Automatization of Industrial Business Processes in the Cloud
    Klemens Berger, Director, Fabasoft Switzerland AG
    Andreas Dangl, Managing Director Fabasoft Austria GmbH
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:10Networking Session 2
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:40Networking Session 3
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    Leaders Circle:
    Innovate like a startup


    Christian Klöppel, Head of Digital Technology, Atos Consulting
    In times of disruptive business models many established companies need to accelerate their innovation and R&D processes. Some try to copy successful startups with methods like Design Thinking, Lean Startup or Minimal Viable Products. Christian lectures how to succeed with such methods, he discusses the advantages as well as the challenges. Christian also reports on the experiences his team made using these methods when working with international customers.
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12.10Networking Session 4
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12:40Lunch with Networking
    13:40The Cognitive Company in the future
  • Why we have to manage the unknown
  • How could we establish a human–machine partnership
  • What has to be done to prepare the society for the partnership
    Thomas Schuetz, Head of Big Data and Advanced Analytics, ABB AG
  • schuetz
    14:20Data Platforms as New Business Model Enablers

    Bernhard Schinkowitsch, Director Industry 4.0 Competence Center Europe, Atos IT Solutions and Services GmbH
    Hannes Eibinger, Business Development Team Lead, Siemens Industry Software AG

    15:00Networking Session 5
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    Leaders Circle:
    Study: Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing and Logistics

    Frank Barz, Head of Industry IoT, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH
    Results of the studye „Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing and Logistics - Best Practices Whitepaper“ made by Pierre Audoin Consultants (PAC) in cooperation with T-Systems MMS. Attendees will be given a handout.
  • How do companies start Industry 4.0 / IoT projects?
  • Where are the driving forces?
  • Which stakeholders deal with IoT?
  • Lesson learned from the pilot projects
  • From IoT pilot to a sustainable business model
  • one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:30Networking Session 6
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    16:00Networking Session 7
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    16:30Networking Session 8
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    17:00Coffee Break
    17:20Industry 4.0 und Digitization in Process Manufacturing
  • IoT eco systems
  • Condition monitoring
  • Predictive maintenance
    Matthias Schirrmacher, Project Lead Industry 4.0 / Digitalization Site Operations, Merck Group
  • 17:55Services and Business Models in the 4.0 World - Update 2017

    Dr. Jürg Meierhofer, Lead Platform Industry 4.0, ZHAW School of Engineering
    18:45Apéro at the Hotel Bar - Chill Out After an Exciting Day
    Day 2
    TimeActivity
    9:00Digitization in a Large Corporation
  • The role of the Chief Data Officers
  • Digitization and regulation
  • New business models
    Norman Stürtz, Chief Data Officer, Credit Suisse AG
  • 9:35Smart Factory and Digital Integration

    Andreas Conzelmann, Managing Director, TRUMPF Laser Marking Systems AG
    10:10Networking Session 11
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    Leaders Circle:
    Gain Better Insights with Intelligent Data Connections Based on Video Analytics


    Rolf Niederer, CEO & Owner, LC Systems Engineering AG


    Nigel Fenton Presales Consultant Hitachi Data Systems
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    10:40Networking Session 12
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:10Coffee Break
    11:40Networking Session 13
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12:20Networking Session 14
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12:40Networking Session 15
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    13:10Lunch with Networking
    14:10Machine Learning and Big Data

    Dr. Andreas Nawroth, Head of Data Analytics, MunichRe Group
    14:45Digitization Strategies for Medium Sized Companies

    Prof. Dr. Peter Jaeschke, Head of Information and Process Management Department, FHS St. Gallen - University of Applied Sciences
    15:20Managing Digitization Security Threats Successfully

    Michael Schneider, Associate Director IT & Security, IWC Schaffhausen

    16:00Wrap-up and Closing Ceremony

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    4.0 Strategy
    Smart factory
    Development of a digital strategy
    Improve efficiency with Industry 4.0
    Improve connectivity with new products
    Digitizing manufacturing processes
    New business models
    Industry 4.0 general
    4.0 process manufacturing
    Monetizing Big Data
    Digital transformation

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