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Conference Program - Thursday, 6 October
The importance of connectivity and mobility solutions for innovative applications.
Connectivity and mobility solutions for machines and autonomous vehicles promise to become one of the future disruptive trends in key sectors of industry and society. Here, the timing of market entry is important: the ecosystem requires new technologies and capabilities for innovative applications and business models that open up enormous opportunities for industry players.
Industrial 5G will be a game changer in the industrial value creation.
Industrial 5G opens the door to the comprehensive, wireless networking of production, maintenance, and logistics. High data rates, reliable and powerful broadband transmission, and ultra-short latencies will enable a significant boost in efficiency and flexibility in industrial value creation making 5G one of the technologies of choice for Industry 4.0.
Building trust to move from demonstration to operative production
During the last 18 months, the "wireless automation" team at ifak subjected non-public networks to systematic performance testing to investigate and compare their time and error behavior. In this talk, selected results of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) 4G and 5G campus networks for three different COTS end devices are shared, which highlight issues to pay attention to.
5G will add $13.1 trillion in economic value by 20351 and the Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding across verticals, driving the need for wireless hyper-connectivity which can meet the demanding requirements of Industry 4.0. As we connect with the world around us for operational awareness, we’re presented with new opportunities for analytics-driven improvements to operational efficiency.
We are approaching this IoT evolution with a system perspective by driving a rich roadmap of end-to-end solutions. Taking connectivity to the next level with 5G for extreme reliability, low latency, and higher capacity, we envision a wireless innovation platform which leverages on-device capabilities and analytics for the Connected Intelligent Edge. 5G will help businesses to become increasingly wireless by interconnecting machines, robots, controllers, sensors, and many other devices needed in an industrial environment.
In this session, we will discuss:
Everyone is talking about the autonomous car of the future, teleoperated road vehicles, e.g. cabs, are seen as paving the way to full autonomy in accordance with SAE Level 5. In the future, unmanned aerial vehicles will not only transport parcels or medical goods, but also people. Autonomously operating ships are expected to optimize maritime and inland waterway transport, while highly automated trains will help to make better use of the rail infrastructure.
So how should we imagine the mobility of people and goods in the future?
Use Case Demo: Industrial 5G Campus Network
There is no one-size-fits-all solution for industrial 5G campus networks.
The MECSware campusXG system solution supports a variety of deployment variants, from a compact module on a DIN rail to multiple servers in a 19" rack. Taking an industrial application as an example, the steps will be explained how to set up and operate a small 5G network.
Die GREY.Box als neues All-in-one Edge-Device für die Industrie
Warum die GREY.Box die Zukunft in der industriellen 5G-Kommunikation revolutionieren wird, erläutert der Referent anhand von Einsatzbeispielen und zeigt sie dabei live. Individuelle Programmiermöglichkeiten, ein Gateway mit vielfältigen Kommunikationslösungen für die Industrie, geeignet für den Schaltschrankeinbau sowie künstliche Intelligenz - viel Power on Edge, das ist die GREY.Box
Private 5G networks offer entry into cellular radio as reliable wide-area technology
Meanwhile, 6G is appearing on the horizon with increasing frequency. This raises the question of how this research relates to today's private 5G networks and their use. This talk will highlight the evolutionary path and its breaks from 5G to 6G and why today's use of 5G paves the path towards 6G.
Transmission of PROFINET IO packets via a private 5G network with VXLAN
PROFINET communication has become an indispensable element of automation technology today. Its openness and real-time transmission generate a significant improvement in efficiency and performance. In conjunction with 5G in particular, some completely new opportunities for industrial applications are opening up.
Chief of Market Solutions I voraus Robotik GmbH
The art of being voraus
How can Android disrupt the industrial automation? We now encounter robots in many areas of life, and yet few people have operated or programmed a robot. Why is that and what prevents us from doing so? Christoph Brenken shows why Android is so successful and how automation in industry and beyond can benefit from it.
CEO I Record Evolution GmbH
"The IoT Studio"
Develop custom IoT solutions on one collaborative platform. Because the various tasks involved in IoT development present complex & recurring problems, our platform provides a comprehensive solution for implementing IoT projects. With our development studio, individual IoT apps can be programmed. Devices can be connected and managed in swarms. Within a swarm, you can install and remotely control these IoT apps on individual devices or groups of devices.
Managing Director I CampusGenius GmbH
Application Centric 5G-Core
CampusGenius is a young company that has it's roots in the research and development of technology for private 5G-networks. Founded in 2020 CampusGenius is tackling the market of private 5G-networks with an own 5G-Core which is taylored to industrial environments and their applications. Growing steadily CampusGenius is ready to take the next step in developing an API-platform for 5G networks.
Research Group Leader I L3S Research Center, Leibniz Universität Hannover
Hanover in cube country”
With 5GAPS on the way to a Smart City
5GAPS is a platform for setting up an urban digital twin that makes it possible to implement automation and optimization in, amongst others, mobility and logistics. With cubes as a volumetric basic unit, conditions in public spaces, office buildings and production halls are recorded and processed with the help of 5G technology, and used for e.g. the navigation of forklifts, trucks or drones.
Owner I kutscherkonzept
How machines will talk to their users in the future
The digital machine logbook as a central element for operation and maintenance. SMEs around the world are suffering from a shortage of skilled workers, which is evident in the operation and maintenance of machinery and equipment. Structural neglect in the digitization of instructions and processes further exacerbates the situation. Available solutions are "too big" for SMEs, too expensive and too complex to handle. The system that remedies this shortcoming therefore has great market opportunities.
Axel Schwerdtfeger, Benjamin Knaus I HAWE Mattro GmbH
No CMM without beats and sounds. When the sun sets over the Technology Academy, we turn up the music and take off our ties.
With bratwurst and cold drinks, we look forward to nice conversations in a relaxed atmosphere.
Conference Program - Friday, 7 October
After several years of preparatory activities, Industrial 5G is finally finding its way from theory to practice. This talk will give an overview of the past, present and future of Industrial 5G and highlight important ongoing developments. In addition to that, also some remaining challenges are presented that are yet to be addressed.
Tower companies like Vantage Towers are powering the digitalization of industries, cities, and rural areas in Europe. Thanks to their ubiquitous presence, secured infrastructure, and connectivity, they not only provide enterprise-grade hosting for ICT equipment, but offer dedicated coverage, 5G private networks, and IoT sensors and connectivity in the most cost efficient way through sharing.
Mobile assistance systems
Principle for batch size 1 - Design of mobile assistance systems - Application examples
For SEW-EURODRIVE, Industry 4.0 offers potential for making production processes more efficient through intelligent automation. Mobile assistance systems relieve employees of repetitive and ergonomically stressful tasks.
The structure/use of such COBOTS will be presented and explained in the lecture.
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Highly automated vehicles require a lot of data in real time in order to operate safely -5G is considered one of the necessary key technologies in this context. However, it is also a prerequisite that highly accurate and, in particular, correct data is available and provided to the vehicles.
Vehicles are equipped with a large number of sensors that they need for orientation, navigation and environment recognition. As a result, they already provide vast amounts of data, some of which can be used for a wide variety of purposes. However, Tesla, for example, is already facing the first lawsuits because its environment detection system is in operation even when a vehicle is parked.
What data budgets will be created in the future and how can the valuable data be used in compliance with data protection laws?
Head of Group Data Protection Management I Claas KGaA mbH
Partner, Osborne Clarke
Researcher, Deutsches Forschungsinstitut für Künstliche Intelligenz (DFKI)
A1 Digital offers turnkey solutions for companies that want to keep a constant eye on their machines, locate them geographically, and be able to change parameters on their machines remotely. The presentation will give an insight into how A1 Digital designs, implements and operates IoT projects together with its customers.
Hans-H. Götting, Managing Director I Götting KG
Thomas Neugebauer, Head of Development I Götting KG
5G for teleoperation
Practical reports for industry
The quality of new data transmission methods is triggering high demand. For remote control over long distances (teleoperation: no line of sight), bandwidth, reliability, low delay are crucial. Götting KG has been supplying teleoperation systems for 20 years, but it is only now that this area has become economically significant.
Tom Richter, Global Head of Manufacturing Verticals I Nokia Solutions and Networks GmbH & Co. KG
Daniel Wolbers, Head of Bid & Solutionmanagement I MEDIA BROADCAST GmbH
Media Broadcast will present how they are using the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud kit in order to realize private campus solutions for mobile broadcasting support.
Nokia will give an overview of new portfolio enhancements for its private campus solutions.
Smart Farming systems in "Landnetz"
Evaluation and user experience in the testfield “Landnetz"
Evaluation of FMIS functionality used by the farms within the 5G trial field “Landnetz” in Saxony leads to the conclusion that only through comprehensive interoperability of machines, infrastructure and decision support systems the benefits of digitalisation can become true. Problems of farmers and representative obstacles of implementing FMIS at the farm operations are identiefied.
IT-Security Consultant, LocateRisk GmbH
Wie sicher ist Ihr Unternehmen?
Sales Manager I Oculavis GmbH
AR Video Support for Integrated Service Processes
We let the knowledge travel, not the technicians.
The full expansion potential for digital services such as visual support is far from being exploited in Germany. For many companies, the challenge lies in designing the processes and integrating digital value-added services into their service process landscape. In the presentation, Lukas Häring explains how this is possible with the AR Video Support solution oculavis SHARE.
Business Development I EKU Power Drives GmbH
Automation of large mobile machines
Application example from the oil and gas industry
EKU Power Drives is working to reduce the carbon footprint by increasing the efficiency and life of equipment in many industries. Many industry applications are conducted in fleet operations. In ports, multiple tugs pull the same container ship. In mining, a fleet of dump trucks work as a team with excavators to move earth.
Managing Director I DATAbility GmbH
Smart Decision Support
Enabling predictability & seamless workflows in production, mobility & logistics
DATAbility masters complex machine and process data and automates the analysis, modeling and interpretation of system data. The key lies in the fusion of engineering, knowledge and AI. Decisions are supported and scaled by transparent insights and automated recommendations - saving operating costs, reducing resource usage, increasing efficiency and creating sustainability.
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