08:00

Door opening

09:00 / 10:00

10:00  / 10:20

TEMPS FORT

Smart Manufacturing: SKF case study

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

How a major company like SKF is adapting to the changes brought about by the data revolution and reviewing its business model.

10:20 / 10:40

TEMPS FORT

Industry and data: how can we quantify and share the value created by digital technology?

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

Now it has been clearly proved that Industry 4.0 delivers quantitative improvements in productivity, we can not only see that there is a huge amount of value to be gained, but we can also start to reflect on how this value could be shared. Can a similar approach be envisaged with the move towards ‘service-driven’ manufacturing?

10:40 / 11:15

Given the fact that it’s now impossible to develop everything in-house, manufacturers are working with other businesses to innovate. Various approaches and learning points are explored through a series of case studies.

10:40 / 11:00

DATA-CENTRIC SERVICES

Digitalization of Energy and Maintenance Performance: What tangible results for the Industry?

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon d’Honneur

Through several existing projects, we will illustrate how new digital technologies can have a measurable impact on energy and maintenance performance in industrial setups: - Managing massive and diverse data streams to get quantitative and actionable understanding of energy and maintenance performance. - Implementing working Artificial Intelligence solutions in situ to optimize large cooling installations in real-time.

10:40 / 11:15

TEMPS FORT

Saft: the story of a digital transformation

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

A business describes its 360° approach.

10:40 / 11:25

The Charter of Trust represents an unprecedented cybersecurity initiative signed by 16 companies who call for binding rules and standards to ensure greater digital security and integrity in both the public and private sectors.

10:40 / 11:00

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

Robots in the age of 4.0

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

The Industry 4.0 revolution is now extending to the world of mechanics, especially robotics. There’s no longer much point in using specific controllers, as axis maps are now being used to directly control mechanical installations: creating a direct link to the world of data management.

11:00  / 11:30

As connected objects become increasingly ubiquitous, we need to rethink traditional models of Cloud Computing such as, for example, processing data as close as possible to its original source. What strategies should be adopted, especially for SMEs?

11:05 / 11:25

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

Using a Digital Twin in an industrial process as a predictive sensor and co-pilot

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

A Digital Twin can be used virtually to mimic fundamental industrial production processes (bio-transformations, calcination, bio-processes...). Modelling and a thorough understanding of a process can enable you to predict and easily manage its behavior. Explore some real-life case studies.

11:15 / 11:50

Once you understand the concept of digital twinning, there’s nothing to stop you starting with a blank sheet of paper to capitalise on the benefits of total digital continuity.

11:15 / 11:30

DATA-CENTRIC SERVICES

Energy efficiency as a strategic challenge

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

Quite apart from the substantial benefits that can be gained by deliberately choosing to focus on energy efficiency, the business sets out the importance it attaches to using energy wisely.

11:30 / 11:50

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Protecting industrial systems and the IoT

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

How can you effectively protect Windows/Linux servers linked to industrial PLCs and data concentrator servers in the IoT: whether they are specific to your own industrial infrastructure or provided ‘as a service’ through the Cloud?

11:30 / 11:50

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

A digital twin for every client

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

The simple term ‘digital twin’ hides a huge range of different technologies and client configurations. Whether you’re an integrator, an OEM or an engineering firm, there’s an appropriate solution for your needs, based on a common platform.

11:40 / 12:10

Thinking about Industry 4.0 is all about considering the key questions: Why (business models are evolving away from products and towards services, digital continuity can be used to protect market share...) and How (to reorganise the company, train your operators...). Feedback from real-life experiences.

11:40 / 12:10

TEMPS FORT

A 360° view: Mecatherm

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

MECATHERM: Real-life experiences on the road to digitalisation

11:50 / 12:10

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

The wheels of the industrial revolution 4.0 are in motion…

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

The implementation of 3D printing technologies is reinventing every kind of possibility and fundamentally transforming production, by providing solutions that address current and future manufacturing challenges.

11:55 / 12:15

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

What is ‘Smart Data’?

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

Security, the IoT, new kinds of data sources, artificial intelligence... these days they’re all essential, but they’re not the only aspects of ‘Smart Data’.

11:55 / 12:15

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Edge Analytics

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

As the latest technological advances transform your equipment into intelligent machines, man-machine collaboration is becoming a two-way process.

12:10  / 12:30

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Machine Learning at the heart of Industry 4.0

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

How do you tackle the four main pillars of industry and speed up transformation using Machine Learning?

12:10 / 12:30

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

The convergence between High-Performance Computing (HPC), Big Data Analytics (BDA) and quantum computing

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon d’Honneur

The convergence between High-Performance Computing (HPC), Big Data Analytics (BDA) and quantum computing is now under way. It will enable algorithms to be scaled up, parallel processes to be executed, data management to be even further automated and high-performance networks to be built... all at an affordable price.

12:10 / 12:30

DATA-CENTRIC SERVICES

Digital manufacturing: the new ‘go to market’

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

If digital manufacturing is to become more widespread – with solutions such as digital twinning, digital and augmented maintenance, the roll-out of BI and data analytics… – we have to support manufacturers in the transformation of their production facilities and tools.

12:30 / 14:00

Cocktail

14:00 / 14:20

TEMPS FORT

Butachimie: a digital makeover combining performance and reliability

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

In 2011, Butachimie, the world’s largest producer of the organic compound adiponitrile – invested in a new command and control system to boost its manufacturing competitiveness. This modern, open control system is at the heart of a new digital approach. It replaced the company’s existing solution in a gradual migration process that relied on simulation software to virtually manage and test the entire system, before everything was switched over to the real-life installation.

14:00 / 14:35

TEMPS FORT

Michelin: a 360° view

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon d’Honneur

Digital twinning: a new concept to support corporate digital transformation.

14:00 / 14:20

OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM

SMEs: establishing a holistic ‘industry 4.0’ approach

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

To begin with, it’s the major manufacturers who have been implementing their 4.0 strategies, as a result of the initial PoCs. But now it’s the turn of SMEs to plan and roll out their transformation programmes towards the Industry of the Future.

14:00 / 14:20

DATA-CENTRIC SERVICES

Bringing IT and OT together, with the Intelligent Edge Data Centre

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

How do you capitalise fully on the value of connected objects and data? By positioning IT (Information Technology) at the same level as OT (Operational Technology), as close as possible to connected objects, in an approach based on an autonomous, ultra-secure data centre that contains its own contextual intelligence.

14:00 / 14:20

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

The Smart Connected Factory

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

In the current highly competitive environment, manufacturers are constantly looking for ways to improve the efficiency and quality of their products. What’s needed is a better and more collaborative way to manage manufacturing processes.

14:20 / 14:40

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

A common infrastructure strategy for Cloud and Edge Computing: a real possiblity!

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

More and more data is being generated outside data centers. And processing it locally, at the point where it is collected, is becoming essential. A distributed infrastructure – leveraging existing investments and meeting your security, cost and scalability requirements – is a real value proposition that could be applied to all kinds of IoT use cases.

14:20 / 14:50

Taking four different but complementary solutions as its starting point, this discussion aims to highlight the various aspects of successful cyber-security.

14:25 / 14:45

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

Using digital tools in designing 4.0 generation cabinets

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

Automation and electrical engineering are starting to converge when it comes to the design of control cabinets. From the creation of a Digital Twin, to the automation of the manufacturing process for cabinets, how can you ensure digital continuity at the heart of the factory of the future?

14:25 / 14:45

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

The additive platform of the future

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

Combined with materials removal technologies, a whole new phase in additive manufacturing has been achieved with the production of parts made from composite materials on 8-axis platforms: opening up exciting new opportunities for manufacturers.

14:35 / 15:10

In industry, throughout its history, operators have been in charge of machines. Now we’re in an age of interaction between operators and machines: an operator can be working with several machines at once, and can be assisted in their tasks by robots and technologies such as augmented/virtual reality.

14:40 / 15:10

Above and beyond just gathering data, you still need to equip yourself with the essential tools (AI, data lakes, blockchain, analytics...) to implement a manufacturing strategy that delivers real value.

14:50 / 15:10

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Moving towards autonomous factories

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

With the prospect of massive productivity improvements in very short timescales, what technologies should you be considering, what roadmap should you be following… and why are autonomous factories set to catch on much more quickly than autonomous vehicles?

14:50 / 15:10

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Machine Learning in industry: real-life case studies

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

Using Machine Learning, expert systems and analytics technologies combined with Big Data seems like a natural progression. Real-life case studies featuring Machine Learning.

14:50 / 15:10

How can you support manufacturers in the successful implementation of digital solutions: by collaborating and sharing experience in manufacturing and expertise in industrial hardware and software?

15:15 / 15:35

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Industry 4.0: real-life IoT use cases

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

The IoT is nothing new in manufacturing environments. But what it is – as part of a broader digital transformation – is an essential close collaboration between IT and operational teams. Come and find out how it is being successfully implemented in various real-life case studies.

15:15 / 15:35

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

3D printing: reinventing how you design and manufacture your products

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

Find out more about the materials currently available and the post-processing options open to you, as well as examples of 3D printing applications.

15:20 / 15:50

The technological challenge for industry in the future is to build infrastructures that maintain the security of innovative manufacturing processes without having any impact on their agility. An infrastructure where the identities of everyone involved are proven and guaranteed, where all actions are fully traceable and where all systems are secure.

15:20 / 15:40

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

Integrating 4.0 technologies into cooling systems for control cabinets

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon d’Honneur

Communications interfaces are increasingly being integrated into modern air-conditioning systems: so you can manage energy consumption more effectively, consider predictive maintenance... The A/C unit is becoming just another component of the IoT.

15:20 / 15:40

From IoT to IioT (the Industrial Internet of Things): or how to transform an existing installation into a connected industrial object, so it can be integrated into your digital strategy.

15:40 / 16:10

Automating predictive models in industrial settings opens up many new opportunities to optimise maintenance activities. By anticipating technical failures, reducing risks, optimising production lines and much more, AI (Artificial Intelligence) is becoming a powerful tool to maximise resource utilisation and cut costs.

15:40 / 16:10

Training can be used in the near-term to leverage sustainable growth for organisations. Initially, it can support the business in its digital transformation. Over the longer term it needs to be right at the heart of the company’s strategy to develop employees’ skills.

15:40 / 16:00

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Achieving successful digital transformation by winning the support of the people involved

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

Improving the user experience is still the best way to win the support of machine operators and achieve successful corporate digital transformation.

15:40 / 16:00

OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM

Financing: the accelerator that helps you make the big leap towards digitalisation?

 WORKSHOP  -   Salle des Colonnes

An Industry 4.0 project involves not just technical and managerial challenges… but also financial ones. This workshop will take stock of the available sources of funding to support your Industry 4.0 projects.

15:50 / 16:10

16:05 / 16:25

SMART DATA MANAGEMENT

Industrial IOT & Edge Computing: the Holy Grail of Digital

 WORKSHOP  -   Petit Auditorium

The need to plan for increasing Edge Computing and IoT is about enabling entirely new efficiencies and experiences. We have only scratched the surface on what’s possible so it’s important to be architecting for the future. Please join the session if you are interested to know how extending cloud-native principles to the edge will enable agility and scale regardless of where workloads run. (worshop in english)

16:10 / 16:30

DATA-CENTRIC SERVICES

The real challenges of the industry of the future in the development of manufacturing

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

Interactive interviews

16:10 / 16:30

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING

Virtual Commissioning of production machinery and packaging lines

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon d’Honneur

Automation is providing interfaces and bringing the 3D geometry of production lines to life: enabling the creation of true ‘digital twins’ of packaging machines (using localised information signage). Being able to realistically reproduce the way the machinery ‘behaves’ means it can be started up more quickly while increasing reliability and efficiency.

16:10 / 16:30

OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM

The success of Industry 4.0 depends on regional factors

 KEYNOTE  -   Salon Napoleon

Industry 4.0 – the industry of the future – will take root in the heart of the regions. And the digital transformation of industry will also essentially require commitment at a regional level: a local imperative and a springboard for economic development.

16:30 / 16:50

TEMPS FORT

A well-known personality will round up all the various discussions and ideas

 KEYNOTE  -   Grand Auditorium

16:50 / 17:35

TEMPS FORT

Finale and presentation of the Digital Industry Awards, in partnership with the CEA

 Grand Auditorium

17:35 / 17:45

TEMPS FORT

Closing

 Key moment  -   Grand Auditorium

17:45

End of the day

Map of the rooms

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