Leadership through networking—the IT2Industry Forum

Presentations and discussions

The factory of the future is smart. This makes adequate solutions, products and services in IT even more vital. In response to the huge demand of companies, the automatica has now established a dedicated area offering inspiration and specific solutions.

To the next level through dialog: The IT2I Forum offers insightful technical presentations with specific focal areas. Here you can experience scientists, market leaders and visionaries in stimulating conversations that invite discussion.

Industry representatives meet ICT specialists to discuss the challenges of Industry 4.0—from investment needs to inspiration and solutions. Learn about current trends in the manufacturing sector and how you can benefit.

IT2I Forum (program excerpt) at automatica 2018

  • “New IoT Technology Trends that will impact Production Automation”,
    Alexander Körner, IBM Deutschland GmbH
  • “IoT: Security, Liability and Politics”,
    Dr. Robert Helling, Chaos Computer Club Munich
Further Highlights
  • “Man vs. Machine: Optimized Development Processes with Artificial Intelligence”,
    Thomas Gabor, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
  • “IoT Device Authority—Basis of M2M communication”,
    Sadrick Widmann, Widas Concepts GmbH
  • “Open Source PostgreSQL database as a connector and enabler for traditional, NoSQL and IoT dataflows”,
    Kaarel Moppel, Cybertec Schönig & Schönig GmbH
  • “Smart Industry: Putting words into actions”,
    Jan Leidmann, Systec Elektronik- und Software GmbH
  • “Blueprints for business friendly open source ecosystems in the industry”,
    Gaël Blondelle, Eclipse Foundation Europe GmbH
  • “Global and Korean Robot Industry in the 4th Indusrial Revolution”,
    Johnny Kim, Korean Association of Robot Industry

Overview of the topics of the IT2Industry Forum

Topics of IT2I at automatica 2018

The OPC Day Europe afternoon conference focused on manufacturer-independent data exchange within the framework of the IT2I Forum.

In addition, the exhibitors of the Smart Maintenance Pavilionpresented their solutions and services for the manufacturing sector with best practice presentations.

The IT2Industry Forum was freely accessible for all trade fair visitors and was active for the entire duration of the fair.