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Part of the Smart Summit Frankfurt, Industrial Internet Summit 2016 part if the 6th - 7th April 2016, the Future of the Smart Enterprise.

The Industrial Internet Summit Germany 2016, will be exploring the opportunities and innovations that technology is bringing to the home. With extensive analysis of the Industrial Internet landscape, and in-depth focus on the drivers, hurdles and opportunities for different stakeholders within the ecosystem.

Participate for free, by registering at : http://www.smartsummit.net/frankfurt/industrial-internet-summit.html


Program: Day 1, April 6th 

1045 – 1110 Collaboration and Partnership to Transform Lives and Economies

Rolf Riemenschneider, Head of Sector Internet of Things, European Commission
1120 - 1200 Panel Discussion: Getting Past the Hype – Where Can Money be Made from the Industry of Things?

Panel Moderator: Laurenz Kirchner, Partner, mm1 Consulting & Management PartG
Holger Pietzsch, Head of Marketing and IoT Solutions, Caterpillar
Gabriel Wetzel, Vice President Internet of Things & Smart City, Bosch Software Innovations
Achim Himmelreich, Vice President, BVDW
Ingo Marten, Senior Vice President Cross Industries& Market Development, T-Systems International GmbH
1210 - 1230 Where Do Real Industry of Things Opportunities Lie for Businesses?

Oliver Krause, Associate Director, Arthur D Little
1230 - 1400: Lunch

1400 - 14.20 Breaking the Silos – Building a Comprehensive Ecoystem for IoT

Juergen Sturm, Member of the Board, AIOTI
1430 – 1510 Panel Discussion: Are Organisations Handling and Analysing Data Effectively?

Panel Moderator: Knud Lasse Leuth, CEO, IoT Analytics GmbH
Ralf Hagen, Engineering Manager, Nestle
Lasse Eriksson, VP Digitalisation, Cargotec
Rahman Jawal, Global Technology and Marketing Manager, National Instruments
1510 – 1530 Networking break

1530 – 1550 IoT in Agriculture – New Business Models

John McCurdy, Business Innovation Director, Richard Keenan & Co
1600 – 1620 The Internet of Wind as Enabler for Progressive Asset Management

Thomas Pump, Head of Asset Information Systems, E.ON Climate & Renewables
1630 – 1650: From Reactive to Proactive Customer Service with Remote Monitoring

Frank Bunge, Global Director After Sales Service, Leica Microsystems
1650 - 1730: Industry of things Unplugged - Discussion and Debate on audience-chosen subjects : How to Scale up Industrie 4.0


Program Day 2, April 7th 


0910 – 0930 Industrie 4.0 for Brownfield

Ralf Hagen, Engineering Manager, Nestle
0940 – 1000 The Value of Standards in the IIOT

Andrew Watson, Technical Director, Object Management Group
1010 – 1030 Advancing Machine Learning Technology

Klaus Bauer, Head of Technology Development, Trumpf
1040 – 1100 Why TSN is So Important for the Industrial Internet?

Heinrich Munz, Lead Architect Industry 4.0, KUKA Robotics
1100 – 1120 Networking Break

1120 – 1140 From IOT Cloud to Cortex: Emerging AI & Predictive Services

Dennis Curry, Senior Director, Business Innovation and R&D, Konica Minolta
1150 – 1220 Panel Discussion: New Economics and Game-Changing Opportunities

Panel Moderator: Oliver Krause, Associate Director, Arthur D Little
Uwe Kubach, Chief Evangelist Internet of Things I Digital Assets and IoT | Products and Innovation, SAP
Stephan Altmann, Strategic Innovation Management, BASF
Thomas Werft , IOT Specialist, Continental
1230 – 1250 Re-Thinking How to Deliver Value

Juha Pankakoski, Chief Digital Officer, Konecranes Plc
1250 - 1400 Lunch

Juha Pankakoski, Chief Digital Officer, Konecranes
1400 – 1440 Panel Discussion: Changing Old-School Industries to New Service Industries

Panel Moderator: Phillip Pexton, Senior Analyst, M2M - The Internet of Things – Security, Beecham Research
Sebastian Greiss , Specialist Innovation and Technology, Knorr-Bremse
Gus Desbarats, Founder, The Alloy
Joerg Liebe, CIO, Lufthansa Systems
Farnoush Pourebrahim, Senior Consultant, Namics Deutschland GmbH
Oliver Krause, Associate Director, Arthur D Little
1450 – 1510 From Things to Value: IoT, Analytics and Machine Learning in the Cloud

Constantin Gonzalez, Principal Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services Germany GmbH
1520 – 1540 Reference Architecture Model Industrie 4.0 (RAMI 4.0)

Thomas Schulz, Channel Manager Central and Eastern Europe, GE Digital and Member of the Working Group Reference Architecture and Standardisation, German Platform Industrie 4.0
1550 – 1610 Developing Open Shared Standards

Stefan Hoppe, Vice President, OPC Foundation
1610 – 1640 Industry of Things Open Mike – Questions to the Chair and Audience

Stefan Hoppe, OPC Foundation


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