Industrie 4.0-Konferenz

Zum zweiten Mal in Folge veranstaltet die Deutsch-Norwegische Handelskammer eine Konferenz zum Thema Industrie 4.0. Dieses Mal findet die Konferenz bei KS Agenda am 15. Juni 2017 in Oslo statt.

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Implementing Industry 4.0: Strategic Initiatives and Practical Approaches

Die Konferenz lädt Politiker, Organisationen und verschiedene Produktions- und IKT-Unternehmen sowohl aus Deutschland als auch aus Norwegen ein, um Strategien, Initiativen und das Potential der norwegischen Industrie zu diskutieren.

Hauptthemen:

  • Norwegens neu erschienenes Weißbuch zum Thema Industrie
  • Die Entwicklung in Deutschland, Europa und weltweit
  • Das Potenzial für die weitere Automatisierung und Digitalisierung in Norwegen
  • Wie kann Nutzen aus einer Zusammenarbeit mit der EU bzgl. Forschung und Entwicklung gezogen werden?
  • Erfolgsgeschichten aus Deutschland und Norwegen

Conference program

SESSION 1: How to accelerate the digitalization of Norwegian industry?

  • 09.00-09.05 Welcome
    Norbert Pestka, Managing Director, German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce
  • 09.05-09.15 Introduction and moderation
    Daniel Ras-Vidal, Senior Adviser, Abelia – the Business Association of Norwegian Knowledge and Technology-Based Enterprises
  • 09.15-09.35 Making Norwegian industry greener, smarter and more innovative
    Lars Jacob Hiim, State Secretary, Norwegian Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
  • 09.35-09.55 The Norwegian strategy from an industrial perspective
    Svein Terje Strandlie, NCE Raufoss
  • 09.55-10.25 Industrie 4.0 – Germany‘s path towards digitizing industrial production
    Dr. Carsten Polenz, Vice President Product & Innovations, SAP, representing Plattform Industrie 4.0
  • 10.25-10.45 New industrial strategies for Norway and the role of clusters as catalysts for change
    Bjørn Arne Skogstad, leader, GCE and NCE cluster program, Innovation Norway

  • 10.45-11.10 Coffee break

  • 11.10-11.30 DIGITAL NORWAY – Building Industrial Ecosystems in the Digital Age
    Rune Torhaug, Director Strategic IT, DNV GL, representing Digital Norway
  • 11.30-11.50 Benefitting from EU cooperation in research and development 
    Stefan Gundersen, Senior Adviser, The Norwegian Research Council
  • 11.50-12.10 Additive Manufacturing: Challenges and Potentials of a Key Technology in the Sense of Industry 4.0
  • Axel Demmer, Head of Department, Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT
  • 12.10-12.30 Potential for further automation in Norwegian industry
    Lars Erik Wetterwald, Special Adviser, Sintef Raufoss Manufacturing

  • 12.30-13.30 Lunch

SESSION 2: Highlights from national initiatives: success stories and best practices

This session focuses on how the manufacturing industry can increase productivity and sales in the context of Industry 4.0. Several best practice examples will illustrate how high levels of digitization and new business models can create growth and competitive advantage.

  • 13.30-13.50 Lessons from Norway's smartest manufacturer 
    Odd Tore Finnøy, CEO, Brunvoll AS
  • 13.50-14.10 Realising the Potential of Digitalisation
    Thomas Pettersen, Vice President Solutions, Prediktor AS
  • 14:10-14:30 How can PC-based control help you create genuine added value in Industry 4.0 and IoT applications?
    Mikko Uuskoski, Managing Director, Beckhoff Automation Oy, Finland
  • 14.30-14.50 How to stay internationally competitive in additive manufacturing
    Borgar Tronrud, Tronrud Engineering AS

  • 14.50-15.00 Coffee break

SESSION 3: What next for Norwegian industry?

  • 15.00-15.30 Panel discussion
  • 15.30-15.40 Concluding remarks
    Daniel Ras-Vidal, Senior Adviser, Abelia – the Business Association of Norwegian Knowledge and Technology-Based Enterprises

  • 15.40 End of conference