Learning Journey

START, SCALE, SUSTAIN: An Immersive and Engaging Learning Journey for Asia-Pacific

 

Our inspired vision is to create a strategic platform that evolves with the industry and is shaped by leaders and experts in support of their transformative initiatives. It emerged from deep community discussions among players who are keen to discover insights ranging from Industry 4.0, advanced manufacturing and smart supply chain management to R&D, technology transfer and workforce development. The event serves industry sectors such as aerospace, automotive, biomedical sciences, chemicals, consumer goods manufacturing, electronics, marine and offshore, oil and gas, and precision engineering amongst others.

 

As manufacturers in the Asia-Pacific region begin to understand that their current business models are no longer sustainable, economies and businesses have to embark on their own transformational roadmaps. However, the pace of each journey is different and uneven, with players at varying stages of adoption. The event is thus designed and curated to help companies in Asia-Pacific start, scale and sustain their adoption of Industry 4.0 processes and solutions. To that end, the event’s unique “Learning Journey” approach engages the community based on where they are in their current journey – new entrants, early adopters or trailblazers.

 

Learning Journey Infographic

 

 

COLLABORATION LABS

 

One of the key highlights at ITAP 2019, Collaboration Lab is a newly launched platform that enables companies to explore co-creation by test bedding and retrofitting cost effective readymade solutions. Catch live demonstrations by solution providers and manufacturers who will showcase their turnkey solutions that can meet your business needs.

ABB

Key Highlights:

  • ABB will be showcasing the Digitalisation of Energy - Taking charge of your energy efficiency to increase productivity and optimising business assets. Simple know-hows of what components to use, their compactible to existing systems and understand how to easily implement such ready solutions to improve energy utilization efficiently, generate higher revenue for your business. From electrification systems to mobile drive solutions, adaption of connectivity across all these IoT devices and solution is needed and here’s how it benefits businesses.
  
  
  

Beckhoff

Key Highlights:

  • Beckhoff will be showcasing an Integrated Factory Monitoring System - a flexible system that is beneficial for companies who wish to embark on the Industry 4.0 journey with small steps.
  • The first step towards having a connected factory is to have equipment in the factory connected to acquire essential data. Given that there are usually a variety of equipment in the factory, the types of interface and protocol present is also varied. Therefore, a flexible data acquisition system is essential for integration of multiple protocols.
  



CAN in Automation e.V

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Key Highlights:

  • CAN in Automation e.V will be showcasing the future and latest trends and developments in CAN.
  • It discusses new physical layer and data link layer options and their impacts on CAN-related system design and device design.
  • Learn new physical layer measures for signal improvement as well as latest considerations with regards to cyber security and safety aspects.
  

Emerson

Key Highlights:

  • The Plantweb Digital Ecosystem is a scalable and secure portfolio of transformational technologies, software and services that provides relevant personnel with enhanced insights for smarter, faster decisions that drive operational excellence.
  • Plantweb enables measurable performance improvement, powered by the WirelessHART infrastructure, in the areas of production, reliability, safety and energy management by empowering personnel with new insights and actionable information.
  • From small, targeted applications to enterprise-wide solutions, Plantweb drives true performance gains and accelerates your journey to Top Quartile performance by executing a tailored digital transformation plan.
  

Hexagon Metrology Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

  • Many aerospace, shipbuilding and key machining companies have to detect surface cracks on engine casing, blades, etc by naked eyes and manually, Hexagon & Fujitsu have derived a digital smart solution to allow high accuracy of scanning surface dimension and utilise AI to detect surface cracks (width as small as 0.030mm) with a time saving of at least 80%.
  • Hexagon Metrology Asia Pacific will be showcasing the Absolute Arm Compact with Scanning, a reverse engineering and inspection technology. 
  • Learn about scanning, CAD to Part Comparison and 2 in 1 solution (Probing and Scanning).
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IFM Electronics

Key Highlights:

  • Showcasing the thermal compressed air meter, an energy data monitoring solution, IFM wants to show how manufacturing plants can use compressed air more efficiently.
  • "All-in-one sensor" thermal compressed air sensor reduces cost. Vibration monitoring to give early warnings of equipment damage. Modular solution.


Igus Singapore Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

  • Igus Singapore is showcasing two types of low cost automations – Delta Robot and Robolink.
  • Delta Robot is a cost effective and lightweight modular system capable of 60 picks/min.
  • Lubrication free with simple instruction for assembly.
  • Robolink is a low cost lubrication free Robotic Modular System that automates manual works quickly and easily.
  • It comes in a range of 2 - 5 axis in varies lengths and can be equipped with various tools
 

Murr Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

  • Murr Asia Pacific will be showcasing the Fieldbus 10, 10-Link and Smart Wiring. These are decenbraized installation technologies with networking capability, deduce wiring and commissioning bive by 80 90.
  • Faster electrical installations, more reliability and activation of intatir troubleshooting and maintenance
  • Data generated allows increase in equipment efficiency

Patlite

Key Highlights:

  • PATLITE IO-Link signal tower visualizes sensor information through communication with sensors and actuators.
  • It can be easily installed and replaced with M12 connector and connection to the IO-Link Master is simple. Synchronizing IO-Link signal tower with equipment compatible with IO-Link, it is possible to reduce man-hours on maintenance as IO-Link compatible equipment require only one wire. Production downtime loss is reduced as device management is monitored by IO-Link Master.
  • PATLITE IO-Link signal tower is also compatible with PATLITE WD system, which enables wireless data transmission. The Wireless Data Acquisition System is a cost-effective, IIoT-enabled add-on allows signal towers to wirelessly transmit equipment status changes to a host PC for real-time monitoring and data analysis.

Pilz South East Asia Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

  • Safe Radar System has an opening angle wide protection zone (110° horizontal, 30° vertical) and operating range of 4m.
  • Highly suitable for outdoor use due to its insensitivity towards harsh external environment such as dust, dirt, rain, light, sparks or shock.
  • PITmode fusion consists of a separate unit PITreader and a Safe Evaluation Unit (SEU). It has high flexibility for functionally safe operating mode selection and for the control of access permissions to plant and machinery. This enhances work safety and maximises operational efficiency.
  • PITreader uses coded transponder keys with RFID technology to assign each employee the machine that suits his/her abilities, hence eliminating manipulation and the potential hazards and implications on workers' safety.

PM Supplies

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Key Highlights:

  • Monitoring of various sensors and devices via Modbus/CANbus and Zigbee for industrial IoT data collection.
  • Applying edge computing by sending information to Microsoft Azure/Ubidots to make the network more efficient.
  • Designing basic visualised data reports for managing devices on PowerBI and Ubidots.
 

SCHUNK Intec Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

  • Cost-efficient basic gripper with basic functionalities suitable for simple applications in small components handling series with six unit sizes for a broad range of applications from small to mid-sized workpieces.
  • Technically and financially compatible sensor system for a simple, functional gripping system from a single source
  • Housing and guidance made of high-strength aluminium exposed to high physical load and is weight optimized
  

SICK Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

  • SICK highlights two new solutions enabling I4.0 connectivity of machines and sensors - IIoT Gateway & IO-Link Gateway Hub.

  • The TDC-E edge computing gateway is retrofitted to analogue sensors and modern smart sensors for IIoT connectivity and applications like machine monitoring, dashboarding, data logging and analysis, even to the Cloud. Learn how to use NodeRED & Dsahboard to get actionable insights from sensor data

  • IO-Link – find out how SIG100 sensor integration gateway turns binary sensor data into IO-Link data without the cost of sensor replacement or rewiring 

  

Siemens

Key Highlights:

  • Siemens Industry Mall is an online store for Industry Automation and Drive Technology. Browse the full catalogue and product details of over 135,000 products and systems with more than 30 million variants on their online store.
  • The Siemens Industry Mall offers the right solution for everyone: from product selection, to order and delivery tracking. The Industry Mall also facilitates the complete process of a purchase, at any time or location of your convenience.
  

SMC Corporation (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

    • SMC will be showcasing plug and play solutions of SMC and effectors on cobot. Plug and play enables convenience and ease of usage for users without additional software or devices.
    • It illustrates the versatility of SMC and effectors for a wide range of applications/workpieces.
    • One of the unique SMC technologies utilizes the Bernoulli principle for vacuum generation to perform contact-less picking while generating low vibration during lifting.
    • Ease of automation for SMEs to streamline and improve processes.
    • Exposure to collaborative solutions via vertical/horizontal partners solution integration for scalable production processes.
  
  

Turck Banner Singapore Pte Ltd

Key Highlights:

    • As a specialist in sensor, fieldbus, connection and interface technology and also RFID systems, Turck Banner offers efficient solutions for factory and process automation. With their data and communication solutions, Turck Banner is among the pioneers of the Industrial Internet of Things IIoT.
    • They provide the complete solutions from sensing, collecting data from sensors which are used for machine operation and additional data for predictive maintenance, and offer one of the most comprehensive portfolios of IO-Link solutions.
    • There are also cloud solutions to suit customers’ requirements of interfacing with established cloud service providers as an option of their cloud on-premises solution.
  
  
  

Vibro

Key Highlights:

    • MCM is a powerful online condition monitoring and predictive maintenance tool intended for critical AC rotating equipment.
    • The patented machine learning algorithm of MCM enables comprehensive fault detection up to 6 months in advance. Thanks to around the clock monitoring and real-time 4 model-based voltage and current analysis, MCM can detect electrical, mechanical as well as process faults of fixed, variable speed motors and generators.
  

Wago

Key Highlights:

    • A highly secured cloud base monitoring concept for Smart Factory. Simple and cost effective whilst optimizing operations to enhance productivity.
    • Central Data Visualization with Location-Independent Access
    • Predictive and Routine Maintenance Plan
    • Condition and Status monitoring of Machines
    • HTML5 web browser interface
    • Display of RMS/peak, time graphs and FFT in browser window
    • All settings via web browser
  
  

CURATED GUIDED TOURS

 

Focused Tracks Covering 12 High Growth Industry Sectors

 

Time is money. This is why we specially curated and tailored guided tours addressing industry verticals and needs. Through these tours, you can get a clear and concise demonstration on the topics that are most relevant to you. Not only will we help you identify relevant exhibitors, we will also help connect you at the show floor. 

 

Each tour will comprise 8 stops over 2 hours, bringing you a combination of the Gateway Gallery, WOG booth, Learning Journey areas and Exhibitor Booths.

 

Date: 22, 23 and 24 October 2019

 

Timings: 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM, 1.00 PM - 3.00 PM, 3.30 PM - 5.30 PM
*Note: There will be no guided tours on the morning of 22 October 2019.

 

Meeting point: Registration area at MAX Atria 15min before start of tour

 

How to book a tour:

- For registered attendees of Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC, click here to login and book a tour.

- For attendees who have yet to register for Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC, click on 'BOOK A TOUR' below, select the type of pass you would like to purchase. You will then be able to see the full list of guided tours available for you to select during the registration process. 

 

Associations or companies who are keen to book a customised guided tour (minimum pax of 20 participants or more), please contact Ms. Thao at thanhthao.chu@singex.com or +65 6403 2520 for arrangements.

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LEARNING LABS

 

A showcase of live demonstrations that features capabilities and applications of autonomous, ready-to-market products and solutions in the Smart Logistics sector.

RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY ZONE

 

Be part of the future. 

 

Find out how R&D forms the basis of innovation with prototype and research showcases by innovation labs from Singapore Poly, Temasek Poly, Ngee Ann Poly, Republic Poly & Nanyang Poly. Learn how these labs support big brands like ABB and Siemens to drive the future of innovations.

 

Good for SMEs and startups to co-create customised solutions and for investors and innovators to gather.

ROBOTICS EXPERIMENTAL ZONE

 

Industrial Transformation ASIA-PACIFIC is pleased to provide our attendees and delegates with well-rounded learning experiences comprising different dimensions of programming both on- and off-site the event at Singapore Expo.   

 

To illustrate the growing importance of robotics technology in the advanced manufacturing and service sectors, the new Robotic Experimental Zone in collaboration with Singapore Industrial Automation Association sets to inspire attendees with a future lab featuring innovative robotics display and interactive exhibits. Featuring robotics demonstrations and interactive exhibits, the Zone is designed to inspire visitors to ITAP with a future lab comprising innovative displays and interactive robotics for use in the manufacturing and logistics space. Attendees can participate in talks, presentation sessions, workshops and observe live demonstrations showcasing cost-effective and ready-to-purchase solutions developed by local and regional SMEs for the manufacturing sector. 

 

Who Should Visit:  System Integrators, Product companies, Roboticist & Technologists, Procurement Engineers, Industry 4.0 solution providers, Regional Robotics & automation stakeholders.

 

  KEY HIGHLIGHTS

Demos and Showcases

Ngee Ann Polytechnic

Technology to showcase:

• Automation Pick and Sort Operation by Universal Robot UR5

(Implementation using ROS and MOVEIT)

Highlights

• Understand how automated sorting operation from an un-organized stack can be conducted by an industrial robot using RGB Depth Sensor;

• A glimpse of robotic training modules offered by Ngee Ann Polytechnic

• Understands why ROS as a meta operation system provide powerful tool for visualization, simulation and implementation of robot applications.

Bulk and Fluids Engineering Sdn Bhd (BAFE)

Technology to showcase:

• High Speed Robotic Palletizing System

Highlights

• High Speed Robotic Palletizer; as Time is money, every 0.1s loss per cycle, results in approx. 40cycles loss per hour 3600/3.0=1200cycles, 3600/3.1=1161cycles, 3600/3.2=1125cycles

• High efficiency doesn’t necessary equip with high power consumption, start with 3.5kV

• AI self-diagnosis make entire system perfect for easy maintenance and sustainable

JHT Design Sdn Bhd

Technology to showcase:

• Test handler automation

Highlights

• Automation of semiconductor test industry

• Productivity improvement thru handler automation

• Cost of test improvement

ECA Advanced Solutions Sdn Bhd

Technology to showcase:

• Robotics Integrated AIV material Handling

• Automated Visual Inspection with AI

Highlights

New generation of Smart Visual Inspection with AI

• Various Solutions for material handling with robotics integrated AIV

• How Data Analytics can reduce overall defects rates and address quality related trends in production process or in product design

Singapore Polytechnic

Technology to showcase:

• Autonomous Mobile Robot with Manipulator, including Pick and Place with Vision (ROS-enabled)I

Highlights

• Flexible robot systems with mobile manipulation

• Cooperative collection and transportation of objects

• Effective mapping and navigation technology

Pepperl+Fuchs Pte Ltd

Technology to showcase:

• Sensors for mobile robotic applications

Highlights

• How modular sensors can be applied in mobile robotics for navigation in dynamic environments

• Advantages and disadvantages of different navigation technologies

• Pepperl+Fuchs’ product range for mobile robotics and navigation applications: LiDAR, RFID, ultrasonic and industrial vision technology

MI Robotic

Technology to showcase:

• MICART O Delivery Robot

Highlights

• Attract more eye catches

• Advantages and disadvantages of different navigation technologies

• Pepperl+Fuchs’ product range for mobile robotics and navigation applications: LiDAR, RFID, ultrasonic and industrial vision technology

ROS -I

Technology to showcase:

• A ROS package containing a singular python ROS node that executes the entire Pick-And-Place action

Highlights

• Simplicity of building a solution agnostic to hardware using off-the-shelve open source software common modules

Avant-garde Centre of Excellence Sdn Bhd

Technology to showcase:

• Innovative low-cost collaborative robotic arm

Highlights

• Cost effective and productivity benefits

Enhance Track Sdn Bhd

Technology to showcase:

• Energy Efficiency & 3D Printing

Highlights

• Efficient energy consumption

ABB Pte Ltd

Technology to showcase:

• 3D Bin Picking

• Robot arm guided by 3D vision system to pick up parts from a bin in random position

Highlights

• 3D scanner technology advancement

• Flexible robot solutions for high mix low volume

Pilz South East Asia Pte Ltd

Technology to showcase:

• The growing interactions between human and robot requires new solutions in the field of robotics.• The PILZ Robot Measurement System PROBMs helps our customers to work towards a safe and standard-compliant human-robot collaboration (HRC) in accordance to the specifications of ISO/TS 15066.

With the collision measurement set PRMS, customers are able to validate human-robot applications by determining the power and force that occur in a possible collision.

Highlights

• The importance of ISO/TS 15066 in human robot collaborations

LionsBot International Pte Ltd

Technology to showcase:

• Cleaning Robots

• LionsBot unique technology, 100% made in Singapore,  include the following features:

• High-speed and contextual mapping to capture a premise’s cleaning requirements

- Active artificial intelligence that enables the following:

- Cleaning robots can work together as a team. Multiple cleaning robots are able to coordinate and clean a given area simultaneously, without the need for human programming.

- Cleaning robots may take different cleaning routes each day as they are constantly learning and calculating the most efficient way to clean a given space.

- Uses up to 70% less water as compared to existing cleaning solutions

- Well integrated precision sensors to avoid objects and detect human

- Safety bumpers that cause the robots to come to a stop if it ever comes into contact with an object

Highlights

Mundane general cleaning like scrubbing and mopping can be automated by using cleaning robots thus allowing cleaners to focus on more detailed tasks like spot cleaning.

• Robots can have personality through interactive features that can engage with public.• Cleaning robots can produce effective cleaning results – possibly better and more efficient than conventional cleaning solution.

Workshops

22 October: 3pm - 3.45pm

23 & 24 October: 11am - 11.45am and 3pm - 3.45pm

This workshop is conducted by ROS Industrial Consortium Asia Pacific and SIAA and aims to demonstrate to the audience the simplicity of building a solution agnostic to hardware using off-the-shelf open source software common modules. It will convince Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) that automation can be adopted and deployed intuitively and affordably through the use of the Robot Operating System (ROS). To developers, the workshop hope to drive home that robotic applications developed using ROS will be easy to implement and easy to adopt. This workshop is a specially curated presentation with ROS-Industrial experts illustrating the actual programming flow.

 

Primary target audience: Technology business decision makers and business leaders

Secondary target audience: Robotics software and hardware developers

Launch of 2 Standards Roadmap for Service Robot & Industrial Robot

Getting it right the first time!

- Successful robotics deployment using standards

The Singapore Industrial Automation Association, Singapore Standards Council, Enterprise Singapore and Singapore Manufacturing Federation – Standards Development Organisation have developed an easy to understand roadmap for key standards required for the successful deployment of industrial and service robots. These standards addresses the critical issues of safety, cybersecurity, interoperability and performance of robotics solutions.

MOU Signing

24 October

SIAA, NR2PO and ROS will come together to sign an MOU. 

ROS-Industrial Consortium Asia Pacific & SIAA are organisations with interests to aid the industry through the promotion & adoption of Robotics Technologies. ROS-I being the operating system necessary for robotics functionality is one such critical technology. Both organisations will bind in a strategic alliance to offer bilateral friendship and exchange of privileged industry/business information. This translates into opportunities & collaboration for both organisations’ members.

Objectives:

  1. • To lead and educate the industry on ROS-I through training and certification activities
  2. • To facilitate adoption/implementation of ROS-I, through “Common Modules” developed, including modules developed with and support from NR2PO
  3. • To collaborate and join effort to help Singapore companies in reaching out to the region effectively through ROS-I adoption
 
 

 

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Participating Brands: 

PARTNERS PROGRAMME

 



  KEY HIGHLIGHTS

Day 1, 22 October

Time

Programme

Location

09:30am - 10:00am Open Space Sessions
ABB - Opening Ceremony, performance by ABB robots 
MAX Atria
10:30am - 11:00am Open Space Sessions
ABB - Product Launch
TBC
09:30am - 10:00am Open Space Sessions
ABB - VIP Tour of Exhibition
TBC
12:30pm - 01:00pm Open Space Sessions
Siemens - The future of industrial services - from transactional industrial service to service market place
Presented by: Bisheng Liu
Booth 1K12
01:00pm - 01:30pm Open Space Sessions
Siemens - Virtual commissioning – Reality has no Reset Button 
Presented by: Jessica Liao
Booth 1K12
01:30pm - 02:00pm Open Space Sessions
Siemens - MindSphere: Unlocking the true potential of IoT through Connectivity and Data Analytics
Presented by: Boris Marrone
Booth 1K12
02:00pm - 02:30pm Open Space Sessions
Siemens - Neo Digitalisation - Paving the Way to Process Industry 4.0
Presented by: Jessica Liao
Booth 1K12
02:00pm - 03:00pm Open Space Sessions
Siemens Booth Tour
Booth 1K12
02:15pm - 02:45pm Open Space Sessions
ABB - (tech talk) Non-invasive Sensor: A New Era in Temperature Measurement
Booth 2K18

 

GATEWAY TO 4.0

 

The 485 square metre “Gateway to Industry 4.0” is a curated immersive gallery powered by TÜV SÜD designed to bring visitors on an experiential journey through the evolution of Industry 4.0. With the success of ITAP 2018, focused on introducing and building awareness of Industry 4.0, the aim this year is to inspire delegates to implement Industry 4.0 concepts through showcases of successful deployments, enabling technologies, and actual benefits. Visitors will be able to view a range of Industry 4.0 tools and technologies, with examples of how applications and methodologies are applied in highlighted projects, such as collaborative robots and axis milling machine.

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