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Starting 9AM CET - Stockholm, Oslo, Copenhagen Time
Starting 10AM EEST - Helsinki Time
Morning studio & welcome
Peter Nyman, TV host & journalist
HUMAN-CENTRIC AND RESILIENT INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY 5.0: HUMAN-CENTRIC, SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT
Sean O'Reagain, Deputy Head of Unit Industry 5.0, European Union
Sean is the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation. This Commission department is responsible for EU policy on research, science, and innovation, with a view to reinforcing the scientific and technological base, promoting innovation and turning societal challenges into innovation opportunities.
What is the origin story for Industry 5.0?
Is Industry 5.0 a revolution or evolution?
What are some of the key initiatives in the pipeline for the Industry 5.0 initiative and how can people learn more or participate?
TOWARDS INDUSTRIAL METAVERSE: REVOLUTIONAZING INDUSTRY 5.0 WITH DIGITAL TWINS AND EXTENDED REALITY
Xinyi Tu, PhD researcher - Industrial Metaverse, Aalto Yliopisto
Xinyi will guide us to explore the latest innovation in Industry 5.0 - the Industrial Metaverse, and discover its potential to shape the future of manufacturing. The following points will be addressed in her talk:
What are the opportunities of the Industrial Metaverse and how can it create a more human-centered and sustainable approach to manufacturing in the context of Industry 5.0?
How can Digital Twins and Extended Reality be combined to create the Industrial Metaverse, and what are the potential benefits of this integration?
What are the challenges of building the Industrial Metaverse, how to overcome them?
HOW TO START & STRENGTHEN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF YOUR DIGITAL OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE PROGRAM
Marc Winkelman, Global Director, IWS Manufacturing Excellence Consultant, P&G
Research shows that some 70% of (digital) transformations fail as the organizational- and people foundations are not ready to accept/implement the (digital) transformation. However, most transformation projects at P&G do succeed, which rases just 1 question: ‘What does P&G do differently?’
With IWS, Procter & Gamble/’s OPEX program, P&G builds leadership- and operator capability to drive continuous loss elimination, capability building, and engagement, all factors that are fundamental to transform an organization.
The presentation shows a practical framework what leaders are expected to do to build the needed capability.
The last practical action is how to decide for digital systems and become a smart factory.
INTEGRATION OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
INTERVIEW: 4 TRENDS THAT WILL CHANGE THE DIGITAL LANDSCAPE IN THE YEAR 2023 AND BEYOND
Sami Holopainen, Managing Director Finland & Acting MD Sweden, Equinix
AI FOR ENGINEERING: LEVERAGING DEEP LEARNING TO ACCELERATE DEVELOPMENT CYCLES BY 2-10X
Frode Halvorsen, CTO, EDRMedeso
How can AI solutions automate repetitive tasks in engineering, allowing engineers to focus on more complex and creative work?
How do commercially available AI solutions like Neural Concept reduce the need for large datasets and enable the use of synthetic data in engineering models and equations, thereby streamlining core engineering processes?
In what ways can leveraging AI solutions dramatically speed up key engineering processes, leading to faster development cycles, more accurate simulations, and ultimately, better outcomes for engineering projects
FIRESIDE CHAT: SCALING AI IN SMART MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Markku Pulkkinen, Senior Vice President, Codento
Sumanta Saha, Smart data analytics lead, Google Finland
Sumantha and Markku will present concrete insight on how to successfully scale AI operations in smart manufacturing and SCM. The following topics will be covered:
Typical early challenges faced in adopting AI, and steps towards overcoming them by MLOps best practices
Simplified model and data management, and continuous operations
Global insight from Google's smart manufacturing and SCM cases
HOW FORD COMPANY IS FACILITATING AN EVOLUTION TO INDUSTRY 5.0
Seonhi Ro, Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Specialist at Research and Advanced Manufacturing Europe, Ford Motor Company
The future of Ford Motor Company centers on a purpose bigger than building vehicles. Seonhi will present the company’s innovative technology approaches on their journey to Industry 5.0. Hear how Ford identifies and scales appropriate technologies, including IoT, AI, machine learning, 3D printing, 5G, robotics AR/VR and blockchain.
REVOLUTIONIZING THE WAY WE WORK AND MAKE THINGS
QUANTUM COMPUTERS X SUPERCOMPUTERS
Dr. Pekka Manninen, Director, Science and Technology, Advanced Computing Facility CSC - IT Center of Science
What is a quantum computer?
Why do future supercomputers need quantum computers, and why do quantum computers need supercomputers?
What can we expect quantum computers to solve? Where are we today with the emergence of quantum computers?
HOW HAS A 125 YEAR OLD INDEPENDENT FAMILY OWNED INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS SUCCESFULLY BEEN STRENGHTENED BY INDUSTRY 5.0 OPPORTUNITIES?
Vilhelm Boije, Director Supply Chain Management Baltics & Nordics, Miele
Connecting the dots – mastering our business data to create the perfect customer journey
Transforming touchpoints into trustpoints in an omnichannel environment
Environmental benefits with integrating AI in order fulfilment processes
Jenni Kuusivuori, Head of Digitalization, Forest Division, Stora Enso
The future ready organisation aims beyond efficiency and productivity as the sole goals, and reinforces the role and the contribution of industry to society
Favoring circular production models and support technologies that make the use of natural resources more efficiently
Thrive for modern, resource-efficient and sustainable company and transition to circular economy
MANAGING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION - DRIVING VALUE
Wolfgang Weber, Global Head of Engineering and Industry 4.0 / Digital Transformation, Henkel
How does Henkel define the journey towards digital?
What does great look like in year 2027+?
END OF DAY
Peter Nyman, TV host & journalist