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3IF IoT Conference 2019 2

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With visions from process and discrete manufacturing; with perspectives for automotive, pharma, petrochemical, food processing, machine makers, and many other industries; with innovative industry 4.0 technologies in the domains of analytics, iiot, big data, condition based maintenance, innovative PLM & MES and nothing but use cases; the 6th 3IF.eu conference promises to be yet another event not to miss. Especially now we’ve combined our strengths with our partners from www.iot-convention.be – BoI, we integrate smart with IoT for business and in smarter cities.

If you missed it, do note June 10th, 2020 for our next edition. 
 

Some highlights :

  • Carl Van Laer, Janssen Pharmaceutica : how active monitoring in the production process becomes key to the quality of the production and quality of the product. The autoclaves at Janssen Pharmaceutica, a global leader in the pharma industry and a Belgian Factory of the Future. In the pharmaceutical, chemical and other sectors autoclaves are being used as pressure chambers during the production process. The sterilization of equipment is important to avoid any contamination of the cell cultures. Equipment is expensive and the good functioning of the sterilization autoclaves is crucial to assure the availability of sterilized tools. At the 3IF.eu 2019 conference Carl van Laer of Janssen Pharmaceutica can demonstrate how machine learning tools assist the Leiden site to have a continuous supply of equipment thereby avoiding downtime and interruptions in the supply chain. Take the unique opportunity to hear and meet with Carl van Laer from the Belgian Factory of the Future Janssen. As Global Product Line Leader for historians at Janssen Mr Van Laer supports the 3 sectors of Johnson&Johnson (Janssen, Medical Device and Consumer) in different IoT initiatives worldwide. His presentation will inspire other production companies both small, medium and large to apply modern production technologies, highlighting potential benefits, and sharing best practices.

  • Johan Dekeyzer, Dekeyzer-Ossaer : The food sector, more in particular meat processing industry is expected to serve a top quality, traceable and in many cases customised product, with excellent sourcing and just-in time distribution mechanics. The Flemish Medium sized production company Dekeyzer-Ossaer has been setting the standard, by being one of the first food companies awarded the Factory of the Future award, by its innovative approach to new technologies and by its high quality products and services to its customers. Both process and discrete manufacturing companies can be inspired from the vision, approaches and down-to-earth and hard working Flemish entrepreneur Johan Dekeyzer. Thanks to the support of Flanders Food.

  • Stein Myrseth, ForgeRock in Toyota : In automotive the vehicle itself will evolve into becoming a fully IoT ecosystem on its own. A cryptographically trusted digital identity of the "vehicle" will be used to authenticate and authorize against various cloud services in addition to telematics data. Vehicle owners and drivers will be authenticated and authorized based on trusted relations and their roles between the vehicle and the users. The driver’s preferences and service subscriptions like Spotify etc. will be activated in the vehicle and will follow the driver not the car. The driver gives his consent to share selected parts of the vehicle telematics to his insurance company but can easily withdraw it at any time. Establishing the strong relation between human identities and IoT asset identities need both to be based on a “root of trust”. Next generation IoT services is beyond data only. Some examples from Toyota and other car manufacturers, and how this aligns with our engagement with the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) and Automotive Grade Linux (AGL).


If you want to meet with some of the speakers in a private setting, please contact us and we’ll get you a special invitation for a related event.

 

 

13:00
Servicing tens of thousands of connected cars : the importance for scaleable trusted mobile IoT identities in automotive and other industries. 
Stein Myrseth – FORGEROCK More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
14:00       Customer Co-creation Unlocks Industry 4.0 Value – The Digital Delta 
                Tim Scanlon – ABB More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
14:30
Integrate end-to-end supply chain solutions into vertically integrated shop-to-top floor activities
Oliver Reisch – SEDAPTA More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
15:00
Smart manufacturing and IoT driving the next industrial revolution
Erik Cotman – PWC More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
15:30
COFFEE BREAK
16:00
Optimize the availability of the autoclaves at the Janssen site in Leiden (Netherlands)
Carl Van Laer – JANSSEN PHARMA More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
16:30
How the Meat Processing Industry can be an example to other industries, providing just in time customized, high quality and traceable products. 
Johan Dekeyzer- DEKEYZER – OSSAER More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
17:00
CLOSING DRINK

DIJLEZAAL (0)

09:30
Keynote (AUDITORIUM): IoT research for a smarter planet
John Baekelmans – Director @ IMEC More Info AUDITORIUM
10:00
Smart Cities Flanders Cluster
Peter Vandeurzen – SMART CITIES VLAANDEREN More Info SMART CITIES
10:30
The Beacon : Tackling the major challenges and opportunities in our cities together
Wim De Waele – THE BEACON More Info SMART CITIES
11:00
COFFEE BREAK
11:30
Multisided business models, the missing link for IoT in smart cities
Frederik Aldelhof – VERHAERT More Info SMART CITIES
12:00
WORKSHOP: Low Energy Positioning (LEP) put in practice.
Benjamin Feigel & Maarten van Aerde – ENGIE M2M More Info SMART CITIES
12:30
From proof of concept to a market ready IoT solution
Tom Sorgeloos- ORANGE More Info SMART CITIES
13:00
WALKING LUNCH – Open between 12:30 and 14:00
13:30
Keynote (AUDITORIUM):
Philippe Muyters – Flemish Minister for Employment, the Economy, Innovation and Sport More Info
14:00
How digitalisation affects all aspects of our society
Ingrid Reynaert – AGORIA More Info SMART CITIES
14:30
The how and why of artificial intuition
Wim van Den Broeck – ROOM FOUR ZERO More Info SMART CITIES
15:00
Opportunities for the development of space-enabled applications
Nicolas Helsen – ESA More Info SMART CITIES
15:30
COFFEE BREAK
16:00
PoC to Production, Focus on IoT security 
Vito Rallo – PWC More Info SMART CITIES
16:30
Delivering the data to Smart Cities
Patrick Willekens – OPTION More Info SMART CITIES
17:00
CLOSING DRINK
AUDITORIUM
10:00
Cloud manufacturing solution for compliant serialisation and packing of medicines
Marc Blekkink – MOVILITAS + Stijn Vlaminck – ALTER PHARMA More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
10:30
Digital Strategist Panel
Ulrich Seldeslachts + Ulrich Alhle, Bart Demaegdt, Mark Blekkink,
Christophe Behler, Carl van Laer INDUSTRY 4.0
FIWARE, Open Source Enablers for our Smart Digital Future and its potential for SMEs
Ulrich Ahle – FIWARE More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
12:00
Simplified robotic engineering and fast application go-live
Bart Demaegdt – SIEMENS More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
12.30
Predictive Maintenance with Smart Condition Monitoring in manufacturing
Christophe Behler – MITSUBISHI More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
16:30
Gain business momentum in manufacturing – “think big, start small” user stories
Stijn Roggeman – BRIGHT EYE More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
10:35
WORKSHOP – About Trinity and financing
How Trinity finances your SME’s robotics and IoT transition to improve agility in manufacturing More InfoINDUSTRY 4.0
10:40
WORKSHOP – Inspiration Session 1 
TRINITY demonstrators and inspiring use cases filled with exciting innovative technologies like: Mobile robots, Digital twins, Flexible Assembly Systems More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
11:00
WORKSHOP – Inspiration Session 2 
Robotic technologies for factories of the future.
More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
11:15
WORKSHOP – TRINITY open calls 
Presentation of the TRINITY funding opportunities for SME’s, requirements and preliminary call topics. In this short overview, the high level perspective of the future open calls and some detail of the requirements, such as the preliminary topics, will be presented.
More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
11:25
WORKSHOP – Q&A 
Your interactive feedback on the call topics
More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
11:35
WORKSHOP – 20min interactive session 1 
Give feedback to the most relevant call topic/inspirational use case presented (1 out of 5)
More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
11:55
WORKSHOP – 20min interactive session 2 
Give feedback to the 2nd most relevant call topic/inspirational use cases presented (1 out of 5)
More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
12:15
WORKSHOP – Wrap up of the interactive session booths 
Overview of needs and interests and search for partners
More Info INDUSTRY 4.0
13:30
Keynote (AUDITORIUM):
Philippe Muyters – Flemish Minister for Employment, the Economy, Innovation and Sport More Info
16:00
Analytics and the Internet of Things, a world of opportunities 
Art Ericx – SPLUNK More Info INDUSTRY 4.0

 

 

Practical Details & Registration

3IF Industry 4.0 Conference & Internet of Things Convention
June 19, Lamot Conference Center, Mechelen
To evaluete the full agenda please visit the event page