Focusing on practical and applied perspectives of Industry 4.0, our workshops will offer deeper coverage of topics on different application areas across various industry sectors. Topics may include focus on particular technologies, issues that cut across industries, case-based applied perspectives in specific industry verticals, and many more.

Partner organizations conducting workshops

  • ABB
  • Accenture
  • Emerson
  • HP Additive SG
  • Institution of Engineers SG
  • Intel
  • Microsoft
  • Mitutoyo
  • OPC Foundation
  • Rittal
  • Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC)
  • Siemens
  • World Economic Forum

Range of workshop topics

Day 1: 22 Oct 2019
Hall 2 Theatre Hall 3 Theatre

12:30pm – 2:30pm

 

Toward End-to-End IoT Security

by Microsoft

12:30pm – 2:30pm

 

How to Sucessfully Scale Digital Innovation to Drive Growth?

by Accenture

 

Conducted by:

Raghav Narsalay, Managing Director, Accenture Research & IX.O Global Lead

 

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3:00pm – 6:00pm

 

Achieving High-Mix, Low-Volume Production with Smart Manufacturing

by SIEMENS

 

Conducted by:

    • Siew Pai Oak, Head of PreSales, Siemens Industry Software, SEA, Singapore

    • Benedict Lim, Director, Manufacturing Operations Management, Siemens Industry Software, SEA, Singapore

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3:00pm – 5:30pm

 

Industrializating the Value Chain for Panel Building

by Rittal

 

Conducted by:

Koh Keng Lim, Country Manager, EPLAN (SEA & NZ)

 

Target Audiences: Beginners, Early Adopters

Relevant Industries: Electronics & Electrical

 

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Day 2: 23 oct 2019
Hall 2 Theatre Hall 3 Theatre

10:30am – 12:30pm

 

Creating the Winning Formula for Digitalization

by ABB

 

Conducted by:

  •  Frank Muehlon, Head - Global Business for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, ABB Germany

 

Target audiences: Beginners, Early adopters

Relevant industries: All industries

 

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10:00am – 1:00pm

 

Intel Industrial Solution Builders

by Intel

 

Conducted by:

    • • Mary Bunzel, General Manager, Manufacturing & Industrial Solutions Group, Intel Corporation, USA

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  • Target audiences: Advanced, Early adopters

    Relevant industries:Electronics & Electrical, Automotive, Oil & Gas & Energy, Semiconductors

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2:00pm - 2:30pm

 

Industrial Transformation in APAC - Implications & Opportunities to Engineering Professionals / Leaders

 

Conducted by:

    • • Prof. Seeram Ramakrishna, Chair, Circular Economy Taskforce, National University of Singapore & Chair, Future of Manufacturing, Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES)

 

 

2:30pm - 3:00pm

 

Prescriptive Analytics for Smarter Manufacturing - A Case Study in Precision Machining Process

 

Conducted by:

    • Tan Yen Kheng, PhD CEO - Printed Power, Senior Member of IES, Electronics & Computer Engineering Technical Committee, & Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers USA

 

3.00pm - 3:30pm

 

Cybersecurity in Industrial IoT / OT & Dynamic, Integrated Operations Centres for Critical Infrastructure

 

Conducted by:

    • C K Vishwakarma, CEO of AllThingsConnected & Founder of IoTSG, Chair of Electronics & Computer Engineering Technical Committee, IoT & Intelligent Systems (IES)

 

 

1:30pm – 3:30pm

 

3D Printing: Converting Disruption into Opportunity

by HP Additive Manufacturing

 

Relevant industries: Healthcare, Automotive, Manufacturing

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4.00pm – 6.00pm

 

Discovery Workshop – The First Step on Your Digital Transformation Journey

by Emerson

 

Conducted by:

• Jonas Berge, Senior Director Applied Technology, Emerson Automation Solutions, Singapore

 

Target audiences: Advanced, Early adopters, Beginners in Industry 4.0

 

Relevant industries: Chemicals, F&B and FMCG, Pharma, Oil & Gas, Semiconductors. Others e.g. refining, petrochemicals, power, metals & mining, pulp & paper, water & waste-water, glass & cement, pipelines, terminals, LNG

 

4.00pm – 6.00pm

 

How Government & Manufacturing Businesses Co-Develop Solutions for the 4th Industrial Revolution – Lessons from Brazil and Opportunities for Asia

by World Economic Forum

 

Conducted by:

Geoff Wylde, Lead, IoT, Robotics & Smart Cities – World Economic Forum

 

  • Tatsunori Yamashita, Fellow, IoT, Robotics and Smart Cities – World Economic Forum & Suntory Holdings

 

Target audiences: Policy makers, Early adopters, Beginners

Relevant industries: Electronics & Electrical, Aerospace, Automotives, F&B, FMCG & other SME manufacturing sectors e.g. textiles/garments

 

Day 3: 24 OCT 2019
Hall 2 Theatre Hall 3 Theatre
  • 4.00pm – 6.00pm

     

    How to Apply IoT in Measurement Fields - Establishing Smart Manufacturing Processes

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    by Mitutoyo

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    Conducted by:

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    • Daisuke Sakata,Manager of Sales Planning, Mitutoyo, Singapore

     

    Target audiences: Early adopters

    Relevant industries: Electronics & & Electrical, Automotive, Aerospace

     

 

*The program above are updated as at 26 June 2019 and are subject to revision.

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