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INSPIRATIONSSCENEN

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


9.15 - 10.00 | 29 of March

Kristina


Speaker:
Kristina Atkinson, NMC


10.15 - 11.00 | 29 of March

VR

HOW VIRTUAL REALITY IS REVOLUTIONIZING YOUR BUSINESS!

Listen to experts from Sweden and England who will explain how Virtual Reality will affect the entire industry and watch real-life cases!

Viktor Peterson, CEO, CLVR Works

Elena Malakhatka, Ph.D. research, KTH

Carina Sundqvist, Digital strateg, IBYR

Oliver Edsberger, Business Unit Director Visualization, HiQ

Jonathan Tiedtke, CEO, VR Vision

Steve Hogan, Director, VR Safety 


11.30 - 12.00 | 29 of March

Fredrik Löfgren

TODAY´S HUMAN_LIKE ROBOTS AND WHAT THEY CAN!

Inspired by Fredrik Löfgren, Teknolog of the Year and winner of the Genius fight. Here he shows how smart today's robots are, how they represented Sweden in the World Cup and other goodies! Maybe you also get the opportunity to meet one of Frederick's robot friends


13.00 - 13.30 | 29 of March

Maria Stromme

NANOTECHNOLOGY PROVIDES MATERIAL THAT DRIVE THE NEXT TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION!

Maria will provide examples that show where we stand in nanotechnology development today and how the enormous potential of nanotechnology allows change both our business and the prospects for our industry.

Speaker: Maria Strømme, professor of nanotechnology at the Department of Engineering Sciences, Nanotechnology and Functional Materials at Uppsala University


13.45 - 14.45 | 29 of March

Anna Hall

Industrial Revolution!

Anna Hall, Vice President of Industrial Clusters IUC South provides a trend spotting on the future of industry. The new value chains and the way we do business. Market development, circular economy, new technology, digitization, and what we see in its wake. The development will bring major challenges for society, enterprises and individuals. Insight into the new concepts is the first step in meeting the challenges.


15.00 - 15.45 | 29 of March

Lena Carlsson

DIGITIZATION - THE WORLD´S CHANCE FOR THE INDUSTRY 

Digitization allows us to do new things, and things in new ways. But where does the industry today? What good examples? And how can businesses benefit from the investments Tillväxtverket and other public actors do?

Speaker: Lena Carlsson, chief strategist digitization, Tillväxtverket


16.00 - 16.45 | 29 of March

Olof

HOW TO ENJOY LIFE - AND STIL GET THINGS DONE!

  • Stop crossing your fingers, begin to take action!
  • A lot on the table - what?
  • Is it better to try and fail - than never to have tried at all?
  • What is a team?
  • How should a good objective look
  • The key around the neck - one´s own responsibilities
  • Humor as problem solving method
  • Resistance as fuel
  • Enjoy work - the new success words

Speaker: Olof Röhlander, award winning professional lecturer, educator, licensed mental trainer and certified coach

DAY 2 - 30 OF MARCH


9.15 - 10.00 | 30 of March

Patrik Ekvall

HOW IMPORTANT IS SPORT FOR OUR SOCIETY

A lecture where Patrick based on their profession as one of Sweden's most respected sports journalists with the world as its field. How does it look in the sports world at the highest level around the world, and what does it really for us as individuals and as part of our society?

Speaker: Patrik Ekwall, sport journalist


10.30 - 11.00 | 30 of March

Cornelius


CHANGE THE WORLD - A SHORT INTRODUCTION TO THE BUSINESS LOGIC OF THE NETWORK WORLD

The most of us have accepted that we are in a paradigm shift where the digitizing change the conditions of how we pusue our business. Does really the concepts of "digitizing" or "digital transformation" describes the things that happens and can it guide us right? What can we do to continue to grow?

Speaker: Katarina Cornelius, Senior Facilitator of Growth and Innovation,  Knowit Business Growth AB


11.30 - 12.00 | 30 of March

dag

LEAN PHILISOPHY - THE FOUNDATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE IMPROVEMENT

A successful lean work is not just about the flow efficiency, methods and tools. Equally important is the philosophy and the approach that improvement work is based. Successful lean organizations have understood the importance of valuation management and thought leadership and teamwork, which seriously harnesses the power of both managers and employees.

Speaker: Dag Lotsander, former General Manager Toyota Sweden (1999-2008) and Senior Consultant of Toyota Europe. Responsible for the introduction of The Toyota Way. Running "Lean Nordic"


13.00 - 14.00 | 30 of March

Man på föreläsning


HOW CAN WE START ACHIEVING A SMART INDUSTRY - FOR REAL?

Panel with Johan Ydeskog, Thomas Idermark, Nicklas Keijser and Ola Asplund.

Johan Ydeskog, Key Account Mananager End User at Rockwell Automation. Thomas Idermark, VD, SIS (Swedish Standards Institute). Nicklas Keijser, Automation Engineer, Rejlers Sverige AB. Ola Asplund, Senior Advisor, IF Metall.


14.15 - 14.45 | 30 of March

Fredrik Östbye


THE TRANSFORMATION FROM PRODUCT TO PRODUCT AS A SERVICE 

IoT enables a shift from a purely product offering to a service offering in most industries. But the movement is challenging to implement, and it affects both their own organization and external go-to-market model. Here you take part of real-life examples and a step-by-step guide on how transformation should be implemented.


15.00 - 15.30 | 29 of March

Karl-Erik Grevendahl

HOW DO WE FIND RIGHT WITHIN THE SUSTAINABILITY ISSUE? 

Speaker: Karl-Erik Grevendahl, leader of the thinktank at the chambre of Commerce and Industry of Southern Sweden