Stage 1 - Smart Factory

X Meeting Point
Oslo, Norway
20 - 21/09/2017

All seminars are free to attend!

The seminar programme is being updated continiously

Wednesday - 20 September

Thursday - 21 September

9.30am - 10am | 20 September

Jowan Österlund

Jowan Österlund, CEO, Biohax

10.30 am - 11.30 am | 20 September

panel

Panel: Industry 4.0 in The Nordics

Industry 4.0 refers to smart manufacturing and production – smart factories, in which intelligent and interconnected cyber-physical systems autonomously control physical processes and communicate and cooperate both with each other and with humans, thanks to such technologies as the IoT and its sensors and controls embedded in physical devices.

The Nordics have a strong Industrial history,
specially in Sweden - how do we use this latest industrial evolution to our advantage? Meet industry leaders from Sweden, Denmark, and Norway in this panel session.

Moderator - Fredrik Syversen, Director of Industry Development - in IKT-Norge - Norwayś Business Association for the Digital Industry.

12am - 1pm | 20 September

Digitizing - not a goal in itself

Digitizing is a very discussed notion and can easily be understand as a goal in itself and something you need to to to survive. We mean that the goal need to be increased sale and better margin. Digitizing is therefore necessary to be able to reach the goal. If you start in the wrong end it can be really expensive. 

Where should we start? What's does and don'ts? What does the automations processes do?

Kåre Kaasamoen, Product Manager, Jakob Hatteland Computers AS

10.30am - 11.30am | 21 September

Roger Schjerva

Is it possible to get the industry back to Norway?

The industry provides export revenues to the country and is important for research and development in the business sector. In the last 20 years the industry has been torn down. Germany has focused on digitizing the industry - a program called Industry 4.0, where the industry is being built up. Can we manage to get the industry back and how do we create an Industry 4.0 in Norway? What is required to building the country again?

Roger Schjerva, economist, IKT Norge

1.30pm - 2.30pm | 21 September

Oliver Barrowclough

Workflow and design software for additiv manufacturing

CAxMan – Computer Aided Technologies for Additve Manufacturing is aimed at analysis based design for additiv manufacturing. CAxMan developes shooting services aimed at design and simulation within additive production. The lecture will focus on CAxMan results so far and further plans in CAxMan.

Oliver Barrowclough, Research Scientist, SINTEF Digital