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INDUSTRIAL STAGE

We arrange independent mini-seminars and brief workshops that add value to the visitor experience; offered throughout the two days, they're conveniently located right on the show floor, so it's easy to "drop in" to hear the ones that interest you!

DAY 1 - 29 OF MARCH


9.30 - 10.15 | 29 of March

Anders

SMART PRODUCTION REQUIRE SMART MAINTENANCE!

To achieve smart industry requires that we achieve a zero tolerance against functional errors. It is the task of a smart maintenance! Listen to the seminary to get hands-on advice as to where you can start.

Speaker: Anders Källström, Chairman of the board, Sustainability Circle


10.30 - 11.00 | 29 of March

Jenny Larsson

HEAT IN A 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY

Customer expectations on their energy supplier is undergoing a big change. What steps are we taking and how can large-scale solutions interact with decentralized energy solutions in a future built 100 % on renewable energy.

Speaker: Jenny Larsson, Director Vattenfall Värme Sweden 


11.15 - 12.15 | 29 of March

Kjell - Håkan

INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 

The digitization of society and industry, combined with increased globalization creates rapidly changing business conditions for enterprises. The main message of this presentation is that innovation and entrepreneurship are critical to the ability to remain and develop competitiveness in an unknown and changing future.

Speaker: Kjell - Håkan Närfelt, Chief Strategy Advisor (Focus on SME and the Experimental Economy) 


12.45 - 13.15 | 29 of March

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Speaker: Morgan Bodin, Business Unit director Supply Chain, Plantvision


13.45 - 14.15 | 29 of March

Charlotta Johansson

STANDARDS FOR DIGITALIZATION AND SMART MANUFACTURING 

Smart Manufacturing is not just a single thing, but a convergence of capabilities from multiple areas. International and industry accepted standards constitute a crucial platform needed when realizing Smart Manufacturing. In this seminar you will get an overview of relevant standards for digitalizing the industry. 

Speaker: Charlotta Johansson, Associate Professor, University of Lund


14.30 - 15.30 | 29 of March

Tobias

EXPERIMENTS ON CHEMICAL SAFETY RISKS

In most industrial environments handled daily hazardous chemicals of various kinds and usage increases. Here are the facts surrounding the use of some of the most common chemicals and the risks, a knowledge that is guaranteed to be useful for many people in their daily work!

Speaker: Tobias Authmann, Denios ACADEMY


15.45 - 16.15 | 29 of March

Anna Gudmandsdottir

DESIGN FOR LOCAL PRODUCTION 

Here, in the southern part of our country there are many manufacturing companies and an increasing number of designers choose to produce locally through direct contact with manufacturers. This can in many cases provide a better overview and may contribute to faster and easier development of products. But in order for such cooperation to work, it requires that manufacturers and designers can communicate with each other. So how do we do this?
Anna Gudmundsdottir, Industrial designer (MFA), assistant at SPOK

DAY 2 - 30 OF MARCH


9.30 - 10.15 | 30 of March

Nicklas

FICTITIOUS HACKER ATTACK OF THE CONTROL SYSTEM GIVES YOU A REAL EYE-OPENER! 

Witness live how an automation engineer demonstratively hacks into a real control system found in many plants and processes, and allows the operator eventually to lose contact. The control systems have recently become targets of hacker attacks by both criminal gangs and States; Former US Secretary of Defense defines inclusive cyberwar as the fifth battlefield. Nicklas put your thoughts in the spin when he shows how vulnerable the systems are and how easily he hacks it. How can we protect ourselves?

Spekaer: Nicklas Keijser, Automation Engineer, Rejlers Sweden


10.30 - 11.00 | 30 of March

Stefan


SAFE FOOD PRODUCTION

The media often reports about poor food hygiene, quality defects or worse consumers who become sick. In this presentation the basics of safe food production, such as hygienic design, effective cleaning, proper materials in contact with food and good ingredients, are in focus. 

Speaker: Stefan Åkesson, Food Safety & Equipment Safety, Tetra Pak Processing Systems


11.30 - 12.00 | 30 of March

Håkan Strandberg

 

Speaker: Håkan Strandberg, Vice President, ABB


12.45 - 13.15 | 30 of March

Stig Larsson

ENHANCED AND VIRTUAL REALITY FOR SMART MANAGEMENT, ANALYSIS & MAINTENANCE OF THE DIGITAL FACTORY 

How can you use technology from the three different areas of consumer and gaming industry (eg Hololens from Microsoft), computer science (such as Analytics for decision basis), and communications (such as social media, YouTube channels and forums) to make operating and maintenance work more efficient?

Speaker: Stig Larsson, Senior researcher, SICS Swedish ICT Västerås & Zohreh Ranjbar, Senior researcher, SICS Swedish ICT Västerås


13.30 - 14.00 | 30 of March

Rikard Skogh

CLOUD SERVICES - THERE IS SOMETHING FOR THE INDUSTRY

Digital services are a natural part of our private lives and now, these services are also on its way in the industry. Interest in cloud services industry is growing - everyone wants to use their data in a smarter way. Open interfaces and easy connections to the industrial cloud will be a prerequisite for creating new business models and service concepts.

Speaker: Richard Skogh - Plant Data Services, Siemens


14.05 - 14.35 | 30 of March

Increased digitization of production requires high security. How to avoid pitfalls and take full advantage of online technology.

Speaker: Hamdija Jusufagic, CEO, System Verification 


14.40 - 15.40 | 30 of March

Tobias

EXPERIMENTS ON CHEMICAL SAFETY RISKS

In most industrial environments handled daily hazardous chemicals of various kinds and usage increases. Here are the facts surrounding the use of some of the most common chemicals and the risks, a knowledge that is guaranteed to be useful for many people in their daily work!

Speaker: Tobias Authmann, Denios ACADEMY