Inspiration, motivation and knowledge to all visitors! You as a visitor of the exhibition will receive a free seminar program to take part of. Take a break from the exhibition lap and listen to the highly relevant and world-class speakers.
We are currently working hard on developing the seminar program for 2015 and will be updating the seminar program frequently, so please check in from time to time to see what has been added!
Welcome to a networking breakfast!
We want to pamper you with a nice breakfast held in association to with Claudia Olssons seminar. The event is free from costs but you will have to sign up.
Opportunities for companies with future challanges
Many companies worry about not being able to keep up with the ever changing and developing technical features. How can companies turn these technical challenges into advantages? At Claudias seminar, you will take part of her insights of global challanges within health, education, energy & safety with a creative and technical perspective.
Claudia Olsson, Entrepreneur and multi talented
Intelligent security critical robotic vision
It is important that engineering programs remain ad hoc so that future engineers maintain a high level when they are examined to start working. The research in the department Division of Intelligent Future Technologie at Mälardalen University exists to create a good balance of theory and practice in the training of future engineers. The research is mainly done from a system perspective. The research can be used as evidence of principles or as demonstrative examples to demonstrate the practical use of research results. The problems which the research is based on can be derived from the real problems that exist in the industry or the public sector.
Fredrik Bruhn works at the Division of Intelligent Future Technologie. Bruhn is also a Director of Automation Region, has served four years on the board of the industry association, Security and Defence companies and served as secretary to the proposal to establish a Swedish rymdföretagsinubator.
Fredrik Bruhn, Adj. Professor within Robotics & Avionics, Division of Intelligent Future Technologies, Mälardalens Universitet.
Safety - what do we want to achieve? Secure uptime of production equipment or is always down time the safest?
What stakeholders are there for safety and what needs do we have ourselves to survive and to deliver in the short and long term? Have all stakeholders understood and accept that we can not deliver what we promised, if it is supposed to be safety related, that is to say downtime? Or is it that we have to deliver under safe conditions for us to be competitive, is it therefor secure uptime what we want to achieve?
How do we then ensure uptime? Trends, challenges and opportunities?
Patrik Moberg, System Promotor Safety Integrated at Siemens Digital Factory Division
Lower your maintenance costs by rope technique
Nowadays, there are innovative solutions to reduce your costs and save time during planned and unplanned downtime. Through solving access via rope, inspection, repair, installation and maintenance can be conducted with minimal impact on production. High up, low down, closed spaces, regardless of where the work, rope techinique is effective. Since the method requires fewer personnel, materials and transport, it also has a positive impact for the environment.
Magnus Nordström, CEO and Founder, Klätterteknik AB
What do you do when you lose orders due to long response times on the order inquiry and low delivery precision?We tell the story about a customer´s journey with the introduction of a new planning system and how it has shortened the time of response on the order request, created a clearer production planning of materials, equipment, personnel and better foundation for the purchase.
Morgan Bodin, Business Area Manager, Supply Chain
Graphene, its capacities and abilities
The thinnest structure ever and yet impenetrable , stronger than diamonds and the best thermal conductor so far. Michael Fogelström , professor of theoretical physics and scientific director of the Chalmers graph center , tells of the graph and extreme material properties.
Mikael Fogelström, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Chalmers University of Technology
Internet of everything in practice
Cisco is proud to help companies in the manufacturing industry to reduce complexity and lower costs for maintenance and integration of industrial automation networks, using standard IP network (Converged Plant Wide Ethernet - CPwE). Cisco offers proven solutions, advanced services and an industry leading partnership.
In everyday language we call it the Internet of Everything, and today, companies in the manufacturing industry can take advantage of a networked factory where sensors, robots, machines, processes, and data are connected to the network and to each other.
Come and listen to our experts from Cisco about how you can already take advantage of what is called the Converged Plant Wide Ethernet (CPwE), Industrial 4.0 and the Internet of Everything . #InternetOfEverything
Peter Jerhamre, System Engineer, Cisco Systems
3D printing, what is it and how do you do objects in full color?
Basics of 3D printing and the various techniques used. The seminar will demonstrate that today, we can make cheap 3D printing in full color by the ICC and with over a million colors!
Carl Schillander, Owner and Founder, Thaiber AB
The economic situation in Sweden and Europe
Magdalena Andersson, Minister of Finance
Anna Bellman, Bellacom AB
Research of 3D printing on molecular level
Did you know that there is a big chance we can print medicine in the near future? The research around 3D-printing is not only complex and impressive, it could also help contribute to the counterfeit of medicine which is very important, especially for the developing world. At this seminar, Professor Lee Cronin will reflect his research of 3D-printing on a molecular level, you will not want to miss this! The seminar will be held in english.
Professor Lee Cronin, FRSE & FRSC
New regulations in pharmaceutical and new trends in food elemental analysis
Elemental analysis is important for both food and pharmaceutical ingredients. Whether it is controlling salt and essential mineral content at relatively high concentrations or detecting trace quantities of heavy metal impurities, there is a need for accurate and fast elemental analysis. Traditional elemental analysis methods are wet chemical techniques, which generally require a large number of sample preparation steps and analysis at central lab facilities far away from the production line.
This presentation looks at new trends in food elemental analysis and discusses new regulations around elemental impurity analysis in the pharmaceutical industry We show you how X-ray fluorescence spectrometry can meet your needs by providing rapid, automatable, non-destructive elemental analysis with minimal sample preparation.
Dr. Andrew L. Fussell – Food and pharmaceutical segment manager, PANalytical
Chalmers Smart Industry Lab, an arena for skill-development and knowledge-sharing of future industrial applications of industry 4.0-spirit
The debate on that robots will soon take over our jobs are constantly up to date and have been so for over 50 years. We believe that humans will still have a prominent role in Swedish industry in the future and that automation can be a tool rather than a replacement. Both the man and the automation must be used on what it does best. Our lab is a research environment where such applications are tested both for industrial basis and in teaching.
Åsa Fast-Berglund, PhD in automation levels and Research Leader in human-automation optimization
Break words tyranny of the process descriptions
If a picture is a thousand words, a notation, a symbolic language, as a thousand pictures. Maps, drawings, mathematical formulas and musical notes are superior to words. They describe the knowledge better than words do, is more transparent, has a shorter learning curve and never needs to be translated. Johan Lundell has analyzed hundreds of different notations of a linguistic concepts, "as if they were language", and says that words can never ever carry the knowledge of the multidimensional processes as well as more potent symbol system.
Author and inventor Johan Lundell, founder and CEO of Nodd AB and ATM Notation
A "cleaner room" in the room - to bring in and out products and components without breaking the sterile environment / barrier.
Marie Kyrk, Getinge Life Science
Possibilities of digital communications analyzer
How can digital communication assist you with the maintenance of your instruments?
Lillemor Strömberg, Product Manager, Mettler Toledo
Clean room technology - to create a controlled and controlled purity
Matts Ramstorp, Professor of cleanroom technology and production hygiene at Lund University, BioTekPro AB