Leadership through networking—the IT2Industry Forum
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 in the Future and Innovation Hall B4 offering inspiration and specific solutions.
To the next level through dialog: The IT2I Forum is a central meeting point in the Future and Innovation Hall B4, offering insightful technical presentations with specific focal areas. Listen to discussions of scientists, market leaders, and visionaries and join the conversation.
It’s the spot where 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 Topics
The IT2I Forum offers presentations, panel discussions and examples of best practices with regard to the industrial Internet of Things. More than 40 events shed light on how to design a reliable, comprehensive ICT infrastructure as well as holistic digital networking as a prerequisite for the Smart Factory 4.0 and Work 4.0. The OPC Day Europe afternoon conference on 06/21/2018 focuses on manufacturer-independent data exchange in a preview within the framework of the IT2I Forum.
In addition, the exhibitors of the Smart Maintenance Pavilion and the joint stand for automated quality assurance will present their solutions and services for the manufacturing sector with best practice presentations.
The IT2Industry Forum is freely accessible for all trade fair visitors and will be active for the entire duration of the fair.
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Those were the Topics in 2016
Looking back: The highlights of the IT2I Forum 2016 included a live hacking session on the first day of the trade fair and a related panel discussion about “Cyber attacks on industrial facilities”, the panel discussions “Industry 4.0—Job maker or job killer?” and “Can medium-sized businesses afford Industry 4.0?”, as well as two keynotes by Prof. August-Wilhelm Scheer and Prof. Birgit-Vogel-Heuser.