Where in industrial processing and machinery is AI already being used?
The goal of the event is to showcase real industrial AI deployments with proven business benefits, and to explain how machine – human collaboration has helped to optimize industrial processes and innovate new products.
Location: Virtual and on-demand video channel
Live dates: March 24–26, 2021
Time: 8:30am – 4pm CET
Why is this important?
AI in industrial (manufacturing, energy) applications is at the beginning of its life cycle. According to a very recent analyst report*, in the near term only 14% of companies will have adopted AI solutions, but in 3 to 7 years an additional 83% will join the club. So now is the time to prepare for this wave and if you aim to be an innovation leader to engage.
Who should attend?
The event will provide insights into real AI client projects. It is suitable for both technology and operations management as well as R&D and innovation decision makers. In particular, strategy and business development officers will be able to profit by getting insights into what is real and what is hype, what can be done now and what will need more research work in the coming years.
What will you learn?
How AI is used in industrial processes and industrial machinery products. The challenges, opportunities and realized business benefits.
Whom will you meet?
You can have 1:1 online meetings with participants as well as the speakers.
Can I watch it also later?
Yes, you will first need to register in order to gain access to our video channel where the talks and panels can be re- watched.
Day 1, March 24 – AI Technologies and Projects
|Prof. Jürgen Schmidhuber
|User Assistance System (UAS) in Glass Production
Co-founder and Director of Deep Learning
|Automatic Wind Turbine Inspection with Drones
Sulzer & Schmid Laboratories
|AI-Driven Process Monitoring and Simulation in Additive Manufacturing
Technical Project Manager
|Overview of Physical Analytics Research with a Focus on Semiconductor Manufacturing Applications
University of Texas at Austin
|Advanced Process Control
|Panel 1: Technology, project challenges and solutions
|AI technologies and projects
Day 2, March 25 – AI Technology Infrastructures & Platforms
|Keynote 2: Introduction of Industrial AI with Applications - Systematic Approach
|Prof. Jay Lee
Vice Chairman and Board Member
|Control Theory meets Artificial Intelligence: Safe AI-driven Industrial Process Control
|Continental’s IT Infrastructure for AI Projects
Head of Advanced Analytics & AI
|Enhancing AI Across the Intelligent Edge Ecosystem Architect
Technical Sales Lead
EMEA Global Black Belt IoT
|Fog AI – Foxconn’s Industrial AI Platform
Head of Industrial AI
Foxconn Industrial Internet
|Industrial AI platform
|Fireside chat with Prof. Jay Lee, State of Industrial AI and where we are headed
|Ralf Haller with Prof. Jay Lee
|IT infrastructure and platforms
Day 3, March 26 – AI Business Cases – Challenges vs. Opportunities
|Keynote 3: smartFactory – How AI is used in Industry 4.0
|Prof. Martin Ruskowski
Head of Smart Factories
German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
|Automation, integration, and human-machine interfaces
|State of AI in Industrial Processing – Hype vs. Reality and Human-Machine Collaboration Trends
EVP Sales & Marketing
|Industrial process and products
|Industrial Plant of the Future: How Control + AI Technology Improve Operations
VP Digital Solutions
|How to Fast-Track your AI Projects with State-of-the-art ML Services
Senior Director, Customer Engineering
|NVIDIA’s Perspective on Industrial AI & Transformative Industrial AI Use Cases
AI Compute Strategy/Business Development for Industrial IOT
|Panel 3: How to integrate AI projects into your enterprise?
ARC Advisory Group