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I N D U S T R Y 4.0 FOR PL ASTICS PR OCESSORS 2 0 1 7


“We must deal quickly with the fusion of the online world and the world of industrial production. In Germany, we call it Industrie 4.0“


Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany


Tuesday 7th March 2017 08.00


09.00


CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Featured speakers:


Registration and welcome coffee Opening announcements


SESSION 1 - INTRODUCING INDUSTRY 4.0 09.10


09.40


Managing transformation towards Industry 4.0 Dr. Oliver Krause, Associate Director, ARTHUR D. LITTLE, Germany


Digital transformation, Industry 4.0, smart services - to reduce costs and increase revenue Mr. Thomas Vorhauer, Head of Industrie 4.0 / IoT Germany, ATOS, Germany


10.10-10.50 Morning coffee


SESSION 2 – CASE STUDIES: INDUSTRY 4.0 IN ACTION 10.50


11.20


Industry 4.0 - hype or reality? People as a key player Mr. Denis Barrier, Product Manager, BOSCH REXROTH, Germany


Smart connectivity as the building blocks for IoT Mr. Mark Maas, Sr. Manager Innovation Platforms and Ventures, TE CONNECTIVITY, Netherlands


11.50


Applying Industry 4.0 in real world plastics compounding operation Mr. Sven Wolf, Managing Director, LEISTRITZ EXTRUSIONSTECHNIK GmbH, Germany


12.20 - 13.50 Lunch


SESSION 3 – WHAT INDUSTRY 4.0 MEANS FOR THE PLASTICS SECTOR 13.50


Intelligence applied to moulds - predictive maintenance to achieve zero downtime Mr. Antonio Molina Coleto, Sales & Marketing Director, IML SOLUTIONS, Spain


14.20 14.50


Industry 4.0 solutions from machines to entire plants Mr. Daniel Nagl, Business Segment Manager PVC, COPERION GmbH, Germany


OPC UA: A global standardisation for industrial interoperability-adoption from sensor to cloud and plastics industry Mr. Stefan Hoppe, Global Vice president OPC Foundation, OPC FOUNDATION, Germany


15.20 - 16.00 Afternoon tea


SESSION 4 – EXPLORING CONNECTIVITY AND SECURITY 16.00


Establishing a secure web of smart factories - achitecture, standards and technologies Dr.-Ing. Thomas Uslaender, Head of Department ILT, FRAUNHOFER IOSB, Germany


16.30


Protecting the intellectual asset in the digital manufacturing process Ms. Susan Reiblein, Consultant, SUSAN REIBLEIN CONSULTING, United Kingdom


AMI reserves the right to alter the programme without notice. The latest programme including any new speakers or changes to schedules can be viewed on our website www.amiconferences.com


IML SOLUTIONS, Antonio Molina Coleto


Mr. Antonio Molina is the Sales & Marketing Director at IML Solutions. He is an MBA professional with over 10 years’ international experience in general management and business development. After leading successful projects in five different countries, he joined the company in the first quarter


of 2016 to consolidate the international expansion. IML Solutions is established in Spain (headquarters), USA, Colombia and Peru.


TE CONNECTIVITY, Mark Maas


Mr. Mark Maas has a Mechanical Engineering (BSc) and Innovation Management (MSc) degree. From 1995 to 2014 he has been employed at Surface Mount Technology pick and place machine OEM Assembleon in various roles including: System Test Engineer, Product Manager, Manager Requirements


Applications & Process group, Director High Volume Solutions. Since 2014, he has been at TE Connectivity within the Industrial Business Unit as Senior Manager Innovation Platforms.


FRAUNHOFER IOSB, Thomas Uslaender


Mr. Thomas Uslaender holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, and a PhD in Engineering of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany. He is head of the department “Information Management and Production Control” and speaker of the business unit


“Automation” at Fraunhofer IOSB. He was IOSB project leader in several international research projects and large environmental information system supply projects for German Environmental State Agencies.


OPC FOUNDATION, Stefan Hoppe


Mr. Stefan Hoppe has been the OPC Foundation Vice President since 2015, coordinating the OPC expansion into the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0. He has been the President of the OPC Europe organisation since 2010 and the been the catalyst for initiating liaisons with other industrial consortiums that has


resulted in OPC working groups developing companion specifications for the organisations respective information models. Since 1995, he has worked for BECKHOFF Automation. He started as a software developer in the TwinCAT Automation team, becoming a lead Product Manager. His focus was on connectivity and embedded software products. He has studied electrical engineering at the Technical University of Dortmund, Germany.


ATOS, Thomas Vorhauer


Mr. Thomas Vorhauer has been with Atos since 2013. Since October 2016 he has been the Head of Industry 4.0/IoT for Atos Germany. In this function, he is responsible for the complex topics of Industry 4.0 and IoT in Germany and develops, with the Atos Scientific community, approaches, solutions, use cases and


services for the fourth industrial revolution. In addition, he is actively engaged in Bitkom and further initiatives for the progress of the digital transformation. Since 1997, he has held functions at various companies – always with the focus to progress the digital business transformation.


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