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Industrial internet-of-things (IoT) and supply chain integration
23 Nov 2017 |15:00 - 19:30
The open seminar “Industrial IOT and supply chain integration”, part of the series titled “Digital transformation for a human-centred industry 4.0”, is being organized by t2i in Treviso on Thu 23, Nov 2017. The event presents an acosystem of competencies able to stimulate unconventional business models: from data to sensor, from idea to solution, from prototype to automation.
A key enabler of the digital transformation is the in-depth integration of IT solutions (sensors, data analysis, cloud, …) in the whole production and logistic processes. Manufacturing companies need to merge product customization and efficient production, so industrial Internet-of-Things is a powerful mean to approach a holistic synergy of global supply chains.
Experts from international research orgs and industry players will explain for example how open middleware for prototyping IoT services provide the foundation for interoperable end-to-end testing and proofs of concept (Fraunhofer FOKUS).
The event will also showcase how universities can develop innovative data-driven solutions for automation systems (Dpt of Information Engineering, University of Padova).
The access to an ‘ecosystem of competencies’ involving reliable RTD and industrial players let SMEs ramp up impact of IIoT applications and adopt unconventional business models, integrating e.g. new powerful sensors (STMicroelectronics), remote monitoring, analytics and predictive maintenance for machine tools (beanTech) and efficient Manufacturing Operations Management (Reply).
15.00 Registration and demo sessions
15.30 Competitive and digital transformation: from strategies to the role of Digital Innovation Hub
Roberto Santolamazza, managing director
t2i technology transfer and innovation
15.45 System Modeling and Control applied to manufacturing processes
Alessandro Beghi, Full Professor of Industrial Automation, Dpt of Information Engineering (DEI)
University of Padova
16.00 An “ecosystem of competences” to ride the IoT paradigm: from idea validation to system solution
Luciano Pini, Sales Manager IoT South-Europa and President of Anie Componenti Elettronici
16.20 Industria 4.0 in una visione olistica della Supply Chain
Patrizia Cavallo, Business Development Manager Brick Reply
16.50 Monitoring, analytics and predictive maintenance for machine tools and processes: Breton, a success case
Christian Peloso, Executive Sales Manager B.U. Industry 4.0 & Business Analytics
17.10 OpenMTC – oneM2M middleware for prototyping IoT services (intervento in inglese)
Ronald Steinke, Business Unit Software-based Networks (NGNI)
Fraunhofer FOKUS Institute for Open Communication Systems
17.45 Q&A and conclusion
18.15 Networking aperitif and demo sessions