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Führender Industrie 4.0 Summit der Schweiz. Key Player diskutieren die Digitalisierung der Geschäftsmodelle. Smarte Fabriken, vernetzte Produkte und intelligente Lieferketten revolutionieren die Wirtschaft. Service statt Produkt? Individualisierung statt Massenfertigung? Geteilte Ressourcen statt Eigentum? Roboter statt Menschen? Finden Sie Ihre Antworten beim Swiss Leaders Dialog. Machen Sie sich und Ihr Unternehmen fit für Industrie 4.0

Der Swiss Leaders Dialog ist keine typische Konferenz. Persönliche Gespräche mit Kollegen, Beratern und Experten prägen den Ablauf. Über unsere interne Matchmaking-Plattform selektieren Sie Gesprächspartner oder werden selektiert. Das Matchmaking dokumentiert Schnittmengen zwischen Interessen und Kompetenzen. Der gesteuerte Austausch von Erfahrungen, Ideen, Lösungen und strategischen Aspekten ist enorm effektiv. Unser Networking-Format generiert in kürzester Zeit Praxiswissen und relevante Kontakte.

Themen

  • Intelligente Vernetzung von Kunde, Produktentwicklung, Produktion und Lieferkette
  • Digitale Geschäftsmodelle und der Wettbewerb der Zukunft
  • Positionieren in der Plattformökonomie / mit Startups konkurrieren oder kooperieren?
  • Vom Produkt zum Service – welche Implikationen bringt dieser Paradigmenwechsel?
  • Treiben statt getrieben werden – digitale Trends schnell antizipieren und umsetzen
  • Bedeutung von Big Data, Smart Analytics und Machine Learning
  • Die digitale Fabrik
  • Neue Produktionsverfahren und der Trend zur Dezentralität
  • Intelligente Lieferketten
  • Vernetzte Produkte (Vorteile, Geschäftsmodelle)
  • Customer Centricity und Losgrösse 1
  • Effizientere Wertschöpfungskette durch Industrie 4.0 und IoT
  • Neue Finanzierungsmodelle in der 4.0-Welt
  • HR Challenge: Welche Skills werden benötigt?
  • Managementkonzepte für mehr Innovation und Kreativität (Design Thinking, Agile, Holacracy etc.)
  • Bedeutung und Integration der vorhandenen IT-Systeme
  • Produktdaten, Normung, Interoperabilität
  • Potenziale der Blockchain-Technologie in der IoT-Welt
  • Digitale Zwillinge
  • Cyberphysische Systeme / Autonome Systeme / Robotik

Format

  • Best Practices: Ausgewählte Business Cases
  • Matchmaking: Interessen und Erfahrungen aller Teilnehmer
  • Networking: Gematchte Einzelgespräche mit passenden Gesprächspartnern
  • Kaminrunden: Vertrauliche Diskussionen mit Peers
  • Hohes Netzwerk-Niveau: Kollegen in ähnlichen Positionen
  • Decision Support: Netzwerkwissen für Ihre Projekte, Strategien und Ideen
  • Ultraeffizient: Persönliche Agenda – optimaler Zeiteinsatz
  • Chill out: Informelles Networking beim Apéro
  • Online Community: Kontakte und Wissen über den Tag hinaus

Tolles Setup und sehr gute Organisation, was ein Networking auf hohem Niveau und offenen Austausch ermöglicht hat. Spannende Vorträge , die neue Perspektiven aufgezeigt haben.

Axel Vogelbruch, Global Head of Digitalization (CDO), BYK-Chemie GmbH

Der Strategiedialog war eine sehr sinnvolle und interessante Veranstaltung, und das sowohl als Präsentierende, als auch als Teilnehmerin. In entspannter Atmosphäre haben sich bei viel Flexibilität sehr interessante Netzwerkkontakte ergeben. Herzlichen Dank!

Katharina Uribe Casillas, VP Global Business Development Automotive & Industrial, Kuehne + Nagel

Herzlichen Dank für die zwei sehr spannenden Tage in Zürich. Es war ein perfekt organisierter Anlass mit einer idealen Teilnehmergrösse, die viele persönliche, inspirierende Gespräche unter Entscheidern ermöglichte.

Dr. Axel Thoma, Lehrbeauftragter, Universität St.Gallen

Hervorragende Möglichkeit zum Networking mit Gleichgesinnten. Exzellente Organisation und sehr interessante Themen.

Domonkos Gaspar, Digital Solutions Leader, Roche

Exzellent organisierte Veranstaltung mit praxisorientierten, relevanten Vorträgen und der Möglichkeit für umfangreichen Austausch.

Thomas Röttinger, CEO, Pewatron AG

Rafael Cayuela, Corporate Chief Economist & Strategy Director, Dow

Industry 4.0 Transition at Dow Chemical

  • Translating macro-economic trends and industry-specific disruption into corporate strategy
  • Industry 4.0 in the Chemical Industry
  • Working with key stakeholders

Daniele Lisetto, Global Head IT Strategy Office, ABB

The "RIO" Transition – Rationalization of IT Operations

  • How to change a large corporation's hosting provider
  • Transition risk management
  • Enable cultural change
  • Performance review

Jean-Paul Duperron, VP Corporate Internal Audi & Risk Management, Swiss Steel Holding AG

Digitalization of Internal Audit Processes

  • From stone age to data mining
  • Use case audit digitalization
  • Audit Data Mining (ADM) in standard practice
  • ADM in continuous auditing
  • Preparing for business environment change

Frank Ernst, Global Digital Lead Manufacturing, LafargeHolcim

Data-driven Transformation of our Manufacturing Processes

  • Agile ways of working
  • Open innovation
  • Data centricity
  • Developing a data platform inhouse and scale it to all continents in 1.5 years

Helena Garriga, Group Vice President, Global Product Group Power & Industry Components, Hitachi ABB Power Grids

The Main Strategic Impacts of Industry 4.0

  • Digital transformation of business models
  • From product to service – creating digital value
  • New production methods and decentralization

Pascal Hulalka, CTO, Protectas

Creating Digital Values in the Security Industry

  • The blessings of digitalization in our industry
  • Identifying and developing use cases
  • Use case example: Digitally managed interventions
  • Outlook for the upcoming years

Bastian Best, European Patent Attorney , Bardehle Pagenberg Attorneys in Law

How Innovative Tech Companies Can Use Patents to Improve the Competitive Edge in Digital Business Models

  • Patents: only for tangible inventions?
  • Using patents as business assets
  • How to patent digital business models and use cases
  • Patents for AI, machine learning, big data, IoT

Gregor Schrott, Vice-President Digital Service Innovation / Cognitive Services, Bosch

Scaling Traps with AI/IoT Projects and how to avoid them

  • Theoretically well-planned use cases fail in practice due a lack of data availability
  • The cost of data collection and integration may exceed the benefit
  • Maintenance use case: Nearly a failure, but a success at last
  • AI/ML bases parts recognition
  • Due diligence means to anticipate all possible traps

Harald Kirsch, Head of Automation and Industrial IT, ALD Vacuum Technologies

Integrating IT/OT Legacy into the IoT World

  • Strategy for an efficient knowledge management in mature IT/OT organisations
  • Convergence between legacy and IIoT structures
  • Effective handling of data with innovative technology

Benedikt Braig, Head of Business Development Equipment-as-a-Service, Trumpf

New Pay-per-part Business Model in the Sheet Metal Processing Industry

  • Customers can use a full-service laser machine without having to buy or lease any equipment
  • Strategic partnership with MunichRe acting as business enabler in the fields of risk solutions, IoT technology and financing
  • Some organisational aspects of this new business model

ZeitAktivität
07:30Start Registrierung
08:30Begrüssung durch den Vorsitzenden
08:45Industry 4.0 Transition at Dow Chemical
  • Translating macro-economic trends and industry-specific disruption into corporate strategy
  • Industry 4.0 in the Chemical Industry
  • Working with key stakeholders
    Rafael Cayuela, Corporate Chief Economist & Strategy Director, Dow





  • 09:15The "RIO" Transition – Rationalization of IT Operations
  • How to change a large corporation's hosting provider
  • Transition risk management
  • Enable cultural change
  • Performance review
    Daniele Lisetto, Global Head IT Strategy Office, ABB




  • 09:45The Main Strategic Impacts of Industry 4.0
  • Digital transformation of business models
  • From product to service – creating digital value
  • New production methods and decentralization
    Helena Garriga, Group Vice President, Global Product Group Power & Industry Components, Hitachi ABB Power Grids





  • 10:15Data-driven Transformation of our Manufacturing Processes
  • Agile ways of working
  • Open innovation
  • Data centricity
  • Developing a data platform inhouse and scale it to all continents in 1.5 years
    Frank Ernst, Global Digital Lead Manufacturing, LafargeHolcim





  • 10:45Kaffeepause mit Networking
    11:15Workshop 1

    TBA

    Workshop 2

    TBA

    Oder persönliches Networking - Verabreden Sie individuelle Termine über unsere App

    11:30
    11:45
    12:00Lunch mit Networking
    13:00Digitalization of Internal Audit Processes
  • From stone age to data mining
  • Use case audit digitalization
  • Audit Data Mining (ADM) in standard practice
  • ADM in continuous auditing
  • Preparing for business environment change
    Jean-Paul Duperron, VP Corporate Internal Audi & Risk Management, Swiss Steel Holding AG




  • 13:30Creating Digital Values in the Security Industry
  • The blessings of digitalization in our industry
  • Identifying and developing use cases
  • Use case example: Digitally managed interventions
  • Outlook for the upcoming years
    Pascal Hulalka, CTO, Protectas





  • 14:00How Innovative Tech Companies Can Use Patents to Improve the Competitive Edge in Digital Business Models
  • Patents: only for tangible inventions?
  • Using patents as business assets
  • How to patent digital business models and use cases
  • Patents for AI, machine learning, big data, IoT
    Bastian Best, European Patent Attorney , Bardehle Pagenberg Attorneys in Law





  • 14:30Kaffeepause mit Networking
    15:00Workshop 1

    TBA

    Workshop 2

    TBA

    Oder persönliches Networking - Verabreden Sie individuelle Termine über unsere App

    15:15
    15:30
    16:00New Pay-per-part Business Model in the Sheet Metal Processing Industry
  • Customers can use a full-service laser machine without having to buy or lease any equipment
  • Strategic partnership with MunichRe acting as business enabler in the fields of risk solutions, IoT technology and financing
  • Some organisational aspects of this new business model
    Benedikt Braig, Head of Business Development Equipment-as-a-Service, Trumpf





  • 16:30Integrating IT/OT Legacy into the IoT World
  • Strategy for an efficient knowledge management in mature IT/OT organisations
  • Convergence between legacy and IIoT structures
  • Effective handling of data with innovative technology
    Harald Kirsch, Head of Automation and Industrial IT, ALD Vacuum Technologies



  • 17:00Scaling Traps with AI/IoT Projects and how to avoid them
  • Theoretically well-planned use cases fail in practice due a lack of data availability
  • The cost of data collection and integration may exceed the benefit
    Maintenance use case: Nearly a failure, but a success at last
    AI/ML bases parts recognition
  • Due diligence means to anticipate all possible traps
    Gregor Schrott, Vice-President Digital Service Innovation / Cognitive Services, Bosch







  • 17:30Abschlussdiskussion und Wrap-up
    ZeitAktivität
    07:30Start Registrierung
    08:30Begrüssung durch den Vorsitzenden
    08:45Industry 4.0 Transition at Dow Chemical
  • Translating macro-economic trends and industry-specific disruption into corporate strategy
  • Industry 4.0 in the Chemical Industry
  • Working with key stakeholders
    Rafael Cayuela, Corporate Chief Economist & Strategy Director, Dow





  • 09:15The "RIO" Transition – Rationalization of IT Operations
  • How to change a large corporation's hosting provider
  • Transition risk management
  • Enable cultural change
  • Performance review
    Daniele Lisetto, Global Head IT Strategy Office, ABB




  • 09:45The Main Strategic Impacts of Industry 4.0
  • Digital transformation of business models
  • From product to service – creating digital value
  • New production methods and decentralization
    Helena Garriga, Group Vice President, Global Product Group Power & Industry Components, Hitachi ABB Power Grids





  • 10:15Data-driven Transformation of our Manufacturing Processes
  • Agile ways of working
  • Open innovation
  • Data centricity
  • Developing a data platform inhouse and scale it to all continents in 1.5 years
    Frank Ernst, Global Digital Lead Manufacturing, LafargeHolcim





  • 10:45Kaffeepause mit Networking
    11:15Workshop 1

    TBA

    Workshop 2

    TBA

    Oder persönliches Networking - Verabreden Sie individuelle Termine über unsere App

    11:30
    11:45
    12:00Lunch mit Networking
    13:00Digitalization of Internal Audit Processes
  • From stone age to data mining
  • Use case audit digitalization
  • Audit Data Mining (ADM) in standard practice
  • ADM in continuous auditing
  • Preparing for business environment change
    Jean-Paul Duperron, VP Corporate Internal Audi & Risk Management, Swiss Steel Holding AG




  • 13:30Creating Digital Values in the Security Industry
  • The blessings of digitalization in our industry
  • Identifying and developing use cases
  • Use case example: Digitally managed interventions
  • Outlook for the upcoming years
    Pascal Hulalka, CTO, Protectas





  • 14:00How Innovative Tech Companies Can Use Patents to Improve the Competitive Edge in Digital Business Models
  • Patents: only for tangible inventions?
  • Using patents as business assets
  • How to patent digital business models and use cases
  • Patents for AI, machine learning, big data, IoT
    Bastian Best, European Patent Attorney , Bardehle Pagenberg Attorneys in Law





  • 14:30Kaffeepause mit Networking
    15:00Workshop 1

    TBA

    Workshop 2

    TBA

    Oder persönliches Networking - Verabreden Sie individuelle Termine über unsere App

    15:15
    15:30
    16:00New Pay-per-part Business Model in the Sheet Metal Processing Industry
  • Customers can use a full-service laser machine without having to buy or lease any equipment
  • Strategic partnership with MunichRe acting as business enabler in the fields of risk solutions, IoT technology and financing
  • Some organisational aspects of this new business model
    Benedikt Braig, Head of Business Development Equipment-as-a-Service, Trumpf





  • 16:30Integrating IT/OT Legacy into the IoT World
  • Strategy for an efficient knowledge management in mature IT/OT organisations
  • Convergence between legacy and IIoT structures
  • Effective handling of data with innovative technology
    Harald Kirsch, Head of Automation and Industrial IT, ALD Vacuum Technologies



  • 17:00Scaling Traps with AI/IoT Projects and how to avoid them
  • Theoretically well-planned use cases fail in practice due a lack of data availability
  • The cost of data collection and integration may exceed the benefit
    Maintenance use case: Nearly a failure, but a success at last
    AI/ML bases parts recognition
  • Due diligence means to anticipate all possible traps
    Gregor Schrott, Vice-President Digital Service Innovation / Cognitive Services, Bosch







  • 17:30Abschlussdiskussion und Wrap-up

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