Swiss Leaders Dialog Industry 4.0, 10th-11th September 2018

Swiss Leaders Dialog Industry 4.0 connects pioneering Chief Digital Officers, CTOs, heads of production, engineering, R&D, IT managers, scientists and solution providers to discuss ideas and projects on the road to industrial IoT

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Leading Industry 4.0 summit in Switzerland. Key players discuss digitization and business models. Smart factories, connected products and intelligent supply chains revolutionize the economies. From product to service? From bulk production to customization and batch size 1? From owned to shared resources? From humans to robots? You'll find answers at Swiss Leaders Dialog. Train yourself and your organisation for Industry 4.0. Swiss Leaders Dialog is not a typical conference. It’s all about personal meetings with peers, consultants and experts. You may select meeting partners in our internal matchmaking plattform, or be selected. The matchmaking documents the overleaps between interests and competencies. This managed exchange of experiences, ideas, solutions and strategic aspects is very effective. Our networking format generates business knowledge and relevant contacts in the shortest possible amount of time.

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Topics

  • Connecting customer, product, production and supply chain intelligently
  • Digital business models and future competition
  • Positioning in the platform economy / Competing or cooperating with startups?
  • From product to service – what are the implications of this paradigm shift?
  • Hunt or being hunted – anticipate and implement digital trends quickly
  • Big Data, Smart Analytics and Machine Learning
  • Digital Factory
  • New production methods and decentralization
  • Intelligent supply chains
  • Connected products (advantages, business models)
  • Customer centricity and batch size 1
  • Efficiency gains in the value chain through Industry 4.0 and IoT
  • New credit models in the IoT world (also future trends)
  • HR challenge: Which skills are needed?
  • Management concepts for more innovation and creativity (design thinking, agile, holacracy etc.)
  • Integrating IT legacy into the IoT world (existing ERP, MES, BI, DWH etc.)
  • Product data, standards, interoperability
  • Blockchains in IoT
  • Digital twins
  • Cyber-physical systems / autonomous systems / robotics

Format

  • Best practices: Selected business cases
  • Matchmaking: Interests and competencies of all attendees
  • Networking: Matched and pre-arranged one on one meetings
  • Workshops: Confidential peer discussions
  • High level: Colleagues in similar positions
  • Decision support: Knowledge of an elite network for your projects, strategies and ideas
  • Ultra efficient: Personal agenda – optimal time invest
  • Chill out: Informal networking at after-event bar meeting
  • Online community: Access new contacts and knowledge after the event


Dr. Dieter Peters
Executive Vice President Global Product Supply
Grünenthal Group

Mastering Digitization - Agile Anticipation of Digital Trends

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The main obstacles to implementing Industry 4.0 and digitization projects are conservative employees, departments, business units and board members, as well as existing incentive systems and a lack of knowhow. Dieter Peters outlines ways to succeed by presenting pharma manufacturing and supply chain use cases.

Old and new driving forces need to be integrated within the end-to-end supply chain, the business- and manufacturing processes

Old “eternal” drivers:

  • Profit increase
  • Cash flow optimization
  • Competitiveness
  • Innovation
  • Planning certainty and -accuracy (Market rate! Bonuses!)
  • Service level
  • Maintenance
  • Unit cost
  • Improve – Learn – Start
  • Summarized: Excellence


Prof. Dr. Kurt Stockinger
Director of Studies in Data Science
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Big Data and Data Fusion Challenges for Building an End-to-End IoT System

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Predictive maintenance is a major trend in the area of IoT-systems. Often complex machine learning algorithms are foreseen to predict the remaining useful life of parts of machines. Moreover, transfer learning promises to use pre-trained machine learning models and apply them to new settings. However, we argue that the most time-consuming task of building an end-to-end IoT system is not experimenting with machine learning models but to manage and fuse data from various systems. In this talk we provide insights into our experience on designing a big data architecture for end-to-end IoT systems that enable stream processing and machine learning in real time. Moreover, we discuss the role of data integration and how additional data sources can be used to improve the accuracy of machine learning algorithms.


Narayanan Ananthasayanam
Global IT Director
Dufry AG

Connecting Customer, Product, Production and Supply Chain Intelligently

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Last two decades we have explored the Internet , and used the entities of Business and Consumer to deliver several Digital business models with permutations and combinations ( B2B, B2C, C2B, C2C…).. Where do the future horizon looks for further business models? Where do we go from here? What will be additional economic agents that may bring additional business models for Digital ? Predictions show we are going to have additional economic agents in the next two decades, what are they? We explore them in this presentation.


Martin Ellegast
Head of Sales & Marketing
Bühler AG

Digitizing Food Manufacturing: Business Models and Use Cases

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  • Blockchain-based traceability from field to fork (origin, quality, CO2 footprint)
  • Sensors and connectivity on the machine level (also for retrofitting)
  • Data based business models: Predictive maintenance and performance consulting
  • New business unit “Digital Technologies” in London
  • Cultural change – internally and at customers
  • Chocolate manufacturing and industrial bakery use cases


Stefan Viehmann
Senior Vice President Global Customer Solution
Kühne + Nagel AG

Digitalisation@KN

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  • New customer interfaces
  • Process Automation
  • Use of realtime data
  • Seamless digital experience


Dr. Tobias Brockmann
Industrial Program Officer
Airbus Helicopters

Mastering the Dimensions of Digitization

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  • The time dimension: from development to serial life
  • The job dimension: from product definition over production to product support
  • Helicopter Use Case


Federico Umberto Mion
Management Consultant and Researcher
SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland

Autonomous Drone Flights in Logistics: Lugano Hospitals Use Case

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  • Unmanned aerial vehicles will add value to operations and optimize processes
  • Autonomous systems will transform the supply chain
  • Use case: Swiss Post drones fly laboratory samples for Ticino EOC hospitals group
  • First key findings
  • Current trends in the industry


Thomas Wusem
Head of Business Development
Fiege Logistik (Schweiz) AG

From Product to Service - Paradigm Shift in the Logistics Industry

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  • Logistics products in the old days – logistics services today
  • Digitization and service orientation
  • The human convenience factor
  • Best practices


Prof. Dr. Reinhard Riedl
Head of Research
Department of Economy
Bern University of Applied Science

Developing Platform Strategies

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  • Different strategic options for implementation and governance
  • Pros, cons and risks in the CEO perspective
  • Infrastructure aspects in the IT perspective
  • Open and flexible data platforms


Julien Pahud
Insights Analytics Capabilties Transformation Lead
Lilly Pharma

Blackbox Digital Marketing: Foresight into Digital Consent Management in a Future Blockchain-enabled Privacy World

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  • BlackBox digital marketing, our internal operating defintion: A digital market marketing initiative where the marketers have no direct visibility a priori and/or a posteriori of the behaviors of their segments/targets and need to leverage analytical insights as proxies to be able to deliver meaningful tailored and targeted content
  • The regulatory and technological landscape is rapidly changing; keeping privacy at the heart of new digital marketing techniques will be critical
  • Blockchain is expected to play a key role in the shift back to individuals claiming back their personal information
  • This new context would not give a second chance to make a good first impression
  • The industry will need to develop new analytics capabilities to predict preferences based on anonymously-defined behavioral segments
  • The consumer will be the winner, getting only relevant content whilst keeping complete ownership and control over his personal information during the whole process


Prof. Dr. Rainer Fuchs
Head of Department Product Management
Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Digital Value Proposition Design

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  • Development of digital value propositions
  • How smart connected products lead to radically new, service-oriented business models
  • The concept of digital maturity
  • Some real business cases


Steve Hinske
Head of Digital Strategy & Transformation
Sulzer AG

Digitization of Sulzer's Pump Business

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  • Smart oil and gas installations
  • Realtime data analytics for smart operations and maintenance
  • Using customer data for product improvements
  • Enhanced customer experience and customer relation

Attendees List (Excerpt)
CompanyRole
MedicoverVP Business Development, eCommerce and Commerical Excellence
Sulzer Management AG Head Operational Excellence CT
Grünenthal GroupExecutive Vice President Global Product Supply
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences Director of Studies in Data Science
Dufry AG Global IT Director
Bühler AG Head of Sales & Marketing
Suez Recycling & Recovery Chief Procurement Officer
ArjoHuntleigh AG Senior Director Finance
Wüstenrot Bausparkasse AG Head Sales Training
TE Connectivity Principal Business Development Industrial IoT and Sensors
Deutsche Lufthansa AG Project Head OPSession
Merck KGaA Director Digitization
Kühne + Nagel AG Senior Vice President Global Customer Solution
Airbus Helicopters Industrial Program Officer
SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland Management Consultant and Researcher
Fiege Logistics (Switzerland) AG Head of Business Development
Berner University of Applied Sciences Research Head
Departement of Economy
Luzerner Psychiatrie CIO
DKSHSenior Manager, Sales & Marketing Excellence
KPMGHead of Marketing
LEONIVice President Technology Platform
Roche Diagnostics Head of Process IT & Technical Support
Johnson & Johnson Engineering Director Consumer Global
HeraeusSVP Product Management and Innovation
ASSTRA Associated Traffic AG CEO
BoschHead C/RER
HenkelSenior Manager
RUAG AviationBusiness Architect

Attendees List (Excerpt)
CompanyRole
MedicoverVP Business Development, eCommerce and Commerical Excellence
Sulzer Management AG Head Operational Excellence CT
Grünenthal GroupExecutive Vice President Global Product Supply
ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences Director of Studies in Data Science
Dufry AG Global IT Director
Bühler AG Head of Sales & Marketing
Suez Recycling & Recovery Chief Procurement Officer
ArjoHuntleigh AG Senior Director Finance
Wüstenrot Bausparkasse AG Head Sales Training
TE Connectivity Principal Business Development Industrial IoT and Sensors
Deutsche Lufthansa AG Project Head OPSession
Merck KGaA Director Digitization
Kühne + Nagel AG Senior Vice President Global Customer Solution
Airbus Helicopters Industrial Program Officer
SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland Management Consultant and Researcher
Fiege Logistics (Switzerland) AG Head of Business Development
Berner University of Applied Sciences Research Head
Departement of Economy
Luzerner Psychiatrie CIO
DKSHSenior Manager, Sales & Marketing Excellence
KPMGHead of Marketing
LEONIVice President Technology Platform
Roche Diagnostics Head of Process IT & Technical Support
Johnson & Johnson Engineering Director Consumer Global
HeraeusSVP Product Management and Innovation
ASSTRA Associated Traffic AG CEO
BoschHead C/RER
HenkelSenior Manager
RUAG AviationBusiness Architect

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Day 1
TimeActivity
8:00Visitor Registration
9:00Opening
9:15Digitalisation@KN
  • New customer interfaces
  • Process Automation
  • Use of realtime data
  • Seamless digital experience
    Stefan Viehmann, Senior Vice President Global Customer Solution, Kühne + Nagel AG
  • 9:50Mastering Digitization - Agile Anticipation of Digital Trends
  • Digitizing a global pharma production
  • The obstacles: employees, privileges, board members, knowhow
  • Successful change management
  • Integrating old and new drivers in end-to-end supply chain, business and manufacturing processes
    Dr. Dieter Peters, Executive Vice President Global Product Supply, Grünenthal Group
  • 10:25Coffee Break with Networking
    10:40Networking Session 1
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    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
    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
    13:40Autonomous Drone Flights in Logistics: Lugano Hospitals Use Case
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles will add value to operations and optimize processes
  • Autonomous systems will transform the supply chain
  • Use case: Swiss Post drones fly laboratory samples for Ticino EOC hospitals group
  • First key findings
  • Current commercial drone industry trends
    Federico Umberto Mion, Management Consultant and Researcher, SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland
  • 14:15Networking Session 5
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    14:45Networking Session 6
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:15Networking Session 7
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:45Networking Session 8
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    16:15Coffee Break with Networking
    16:45Developing Platform Strategies
  • Different strategic options for implementation and governance
  • Pros, cons and risks in the CEO perspective
  • Infrastructure aspects in the IT perspective
  • Open and flexible data platforms
    Prof. Dr. Reinhard Riedl, Research Head, Department of Economy, Bern University of Applied Science
  • 17:20Mastering the Dimensions of Digitalization
  • The time dimension: from development to serial life
  • The job dimension: from product definition over production to product support
  • Helicopter Use Case
    Dr. Tobias Brockmann, Industrial Program Officer, Airbus Helicopters
  • 18:00Apéro at the Hotel Bar - Chill Out After an Exciting Day
    Day 2
    TimeActivity
    8:30Big Data and Data Fusion Challenges for Building an End-to-End IoT System
  • AI in predictive maintenance as a major IoT trend
  • Time-consuming task: Manage and fuse data from various systems
  • Big Data architecture for stream processing and machine learning in real time
  • Integration of multiple data sources to improve machine learning algorithms
    Prof. Dr. Kurt Stockinger, Director of Studies in Data Science, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
  • 9:05Connecting Customer, Product, Production and Supply Chain Intelligently

    Narayanan Ananthasayanam, Global IT Director, Dufry AG
    9:40Coffee Break with Networking
    10:15Networking Session 9
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    10:45Networking Session 10
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:15Networking Session 11
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:45Networking Session 12
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12:15Lunch with Networking
    13:15Digital Value Proposition Design
  • Development of digital value propositions
  • How smart connected products lead to radically new, service-oriented business models
  • The concept of digital maturity
  • Some real business cases
    Prof. Dr. Rainer Fuchs, Head of Department Product Management, Zurich University of Applied Sciences
  • 13:50Future Workplace Use Case
  • Developing and implementing a work 4.0 strategy
  • Accessibility 4.0: Employees decide themselvesn
  • Time tracking via smartphone
    Beat Stucki, CIO, Luzerner Psychiatrie
  • 14:25From Product to Service - Paradigm Shift in the Logistics Industry
  • Logistics products in the old days - logistics services today
  • Digitization and service orientation
  • The human convenience factor
  • Best practices
    Thomas Wusem, Head of Business Development, Fiege Logistik (Schweiz) AG
  • 15:00Digitizing Food Manufacturing: Business Models and Use Cases
  • Blockchain-based traceability from field to fork (origin, quality, CO2 footprint)
  • Sensors and connectivity on the machine level (also for retrofitting)
  • Data based business models: Predictive maintenance and performance consulting
  • New business unit "Digital Technologies" in London
  • Cultural change - internally and on the customer side
  • Chocolate manufacturing and industrial bakery use cases
    Martin Ellegast, Head of Sales & Marketing, Bühler AG
  • 15:35Wrap-up and Closing Ceremony

    Day 1
    TimeActivity 
    8:00Visitor Registration
    9:00Opening
    9:15Digitalisation@KN
  • New customer interfaces
  • Process Automation
  • Use of realtime data
  • Seamless digital experience
    Stefan Viehmann, Senior Vice President Global Customer Solution, Kühne + Nagel AG
  • 9:50Mastering Digitization - Agile Anticipation of Digital Trends
  • Digitizing a global pharma production
  • The obstacles: employees, privileges, board members, knowhow
  • Successful change management
  • Integrating old and new drivers in end-to-end supply chain, business and manufacturing processes
    Dr. Dieter Peters, Executive Vice President Global Product Supply, Grünenthal Group
  • 10:25Coffee Break with Networking
    10:40Networking Session 1
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    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
    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
    13:40Autonomous Drone Flights in Logistics: Lugano Hospitals Use Case
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles will add value to operations and optimize processes
  • Autonomous systems will transform the supply chain
  • Use case: Swiss Post drones fly laboratory samples for Ticino EOC hospitals group
  • First key findings
  • Current commercial drone industry trends
    Federico Umberto Mion, Management Consultant and Researcher, SUPSI University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland
  • 14:15Networking Session 5
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    14:45Networking Session 6
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:15Networking Session 7
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    15:45Networking Session 8
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    16:15Coffee Break with Networking
    16:45Developing Platform Strategies
  • Different strategic options for implementation and governance
  • Pros, cons and risks in the CEO perspective
  • Infrastructure aspects in the IT perspective
  • Open and flexible data platforms
    Prof. Dr. Reinhard Riedl, Research Head, Department of Economy, Bern University of Applied Science
  • 17:20Mastering the Dimensions of Digitalization
  • The time dimension: from development to serial life
  • The job dimension: from product definition over production to product support
  • Helicopter Use Case
    Dr. Tobias Brockmann, Industrial Program Officer, Airbus Helicopters
  • 18:00Apéro at the Hotel Bar - Chill Out After an Exciting Day

    Day 2
    TimeActivity 
    8:30Big Data and Data Fusion Challenges for Building an End-to-End IoT System
  • AI in predictive maintenance as a major IoT trend
  • Time-consuming task: Manage and fuse data from various systems
  • Big Data architecture for stream processing and machine learning in real time
  • Integration of multiple data sources to improve machine learning algorithms
    Prof. Dr. Kurt Stockinger, Director of Studies in Data Science, ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences
  • 9:05Connecting Customer, Product, Production and Supply Chain Intelligently

    Narayanan Ananthasayanam, Global IT Director, Dufry AG
    9:40Coffee Break with Networking
    10:15Networking Session 9
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    10:45Networking Session 10
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:15Networking Session 11
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    11:45Networking Session 12
    • Supplier Meetings
    • One-on-one Leader Meetings
    • Leaders Circle
    one-on-one-meeting
    group meeting
    12:15Lunch with Networking
    13:15Digital Value Proposition Design
  • Development of digital value propositions
  • How smart connected products lead to radically new, service-oriented business models
  • The concept of digital maturity
  • Some real business cases
    Prof. Dr. Rainer Fuchs, Head of Department Product Management, Zurich University of Applied Sciences
  • 13:50Future Workplace Use Case
  • Developing and implementing a work 4.0 strategy
  • Accessibility 4.0: Employees decide themselvesn
  • Time tracking via smartphone
    Beat Stucki, CIO, Luzerner Psychiatrie
  • 14:25From Product to Service - Paradigm Shift in the Logistics Industry
  • Logistics products in the old days - logistics services today
  • Digitization and service orientation
  • The human convenience factor
  • Best practices
    Thomas Wusem, Head of Business Development, Fiege Logistik (Schweiz) AG
  • 15:00Digitizing Food Manufacturing: Business Models and Use Cases
  • Blockchain-based traceability from field to fork (origin, quality, CO2 footprint)
  • Sensors and connectivity on the machine level (also for retrofitting)
  • Data based business models: Predictive maintenance and performance consulting
  • New business unit "Digital Technologies" in London
  • Cultural change - internally and on the customer side
  • Chocolate manufacturing and industrial bakery use cases
    Martin Ellegast, Head of Sales & Marketing, Bühler AG
  • 15:35Wrap-up and Closing Ceremony

    Projects (Excerpt)
    Equipment as a Service
    Management concepts for more innovation
    New credit and funding models
    From product to service
    Digitizing the business model
    Big Data Analytics
    IoT Use Cases
    Providing full service to customers in an outsourced business model 
    How to disrupt processes in long-standing organizations
    Purchasing bots
    Data Mining - how to handle data from Sales/Service?
    The future of Sales in an IoT world
    Improvement of digital demand generation
    Sensor/edge computation for machine as a service
    Digital Twin Opportunities
    Data Lake
    B2B Customer Experience
    Cultural change
    Digital transformation in the chemical industry
    Digital operating and business models in the chemical distribution industry
    Digital marketing opportunities
    Big Data Analytics
    IoT Strategy
    Data driven business models
    Customer Journey
    Data analytics & simulation: Value ad for the customer
    Big Data & predictive cases in manufacturing ecosystems
    Engineering Workbench
    Paperless Maintenance
    IoT in Maintenance
    Voice supported processes
    AR/ AI Applications for Maintenance
    Robots to support maintenance processes
    Maintenance Automation

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