INDUSTRY 4.0
IN PRACTICE

MAY 27, 2021

TalTech Mektory

Intro

Already for seventh year the leading organisations such as TalTech, Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications (ITL), Estonian Electronics Industries Association, Enterprise Estonia (EAS) and numerous flagship technology companies joined forces to promote the opportunities emerging from Industry 4.0 framework. The event has a strong track record of bringing together and benefitting manufacturers, ICT vendors, service industry, academia representatives and policy makers.


The main areas of the Industry 4.0 in Practice 2021 conference are:

  • Twin Transition of Industry
  • Smart Technologies
  • Practical Use Cases
  • How to adapt or change the business model during and after the crisis?
  • What are the benefits of the digital transformation today?
  • How can universities support the digital transformation?
  • How to make the most of what technology partners can offer?

The event took place in a hybrid format hosting both on site and remote participants with similar tools to enjoy the talks and interact. The welfare and safety of attendees, speakers, partners and staff is the utmost priority for us - we will take additional precautions at site.

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Throwback of the Industry 4.0 in Practice 2020
 

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2021

What is the Vision for Manufacturers in Estonia?
Minister Andres Sutt
Panel Discussion: What Does Twin Transition of Industry Mean in Practice?
Alois Krtil, Ivo Suursoo,
Helen Anijalg, Tauno Otto
How to Support Cross Disciplinary Innovation Management - an Experience Report From Innovation Management Round Table in Hamburg
Alois Krtil
Innovating Innovation: How Corporates Can Leverage the Innovation Ecosystem
Dirk Ploss
Panel Discussion: What Kind of Support is Available for Manufacturers?
Gert Jervan, Mihkel Tammo,
Linnar Viik, Raul Kirsimäe
How Can Key Digital Technologies Partnership Support Manufacturers?
Arno Kolk
How COVID-19 Has Acted as an Enabler for Digitalisation
Andres Aavik
How to Digitalise a Logistics Sector?
August Tillo
Digitalisation in Food Industry – What to Keep in Mind?
Triin Kõrgmaa
The Movement Towards One-Click Manufacturing
Joosep Merelaht
Worries and Joys of Digitalization Implementation Processes in an Industrial Company Through Practical Experience
August Kull
Bisly – Safeguarding Our Future by Reducing Energy Consumption in Housing Sector
Siim Vips
 
How to Be Green and Not Play Green?
Jannus Jaska, Argo Rosin,
Simmo Soomets
 

Programme

PANEL DISCUSSION: HOW CAN WE SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL INNOVATION?

Signe Ratso
Deputy Director General of European Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation

Signe Ratso is Deputy Director General of DG RTD of the European Commission since 1 March 2018. In this function her particular areas of responsibility include International Cooperation in Research and Innovation as well as R&I in Industrial Technologies and in the area of Transport. Before joining DG RTD she worked in different senior management positions in DG TRADE since 2006. From 2011 to 2018 she was Director for Trade Strategy, Analysis and Market Access in DG TRADE. Previously (from 2007 to 2011) she was Director for WTO, legal matters and food-related sectors in DG TRADE, covering also covered OECD issues, export credits and export controls of dual use goods. After joining the Commission at the beginning of 2006, she held the post of Principal Adviser in DG TRADE for the first year. Before joining the Commission Signe Ratso worked as Deputy Secretary General (from 1994 to 2005) at the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications of the Republic of Estonia. In this position she was responsible for all EU-related issues in the following policy areas: trade and industrial policy, energy, transport, telecommunications, information society, internal market affairs. During Estonia’s accession negotiations she was responsible for negotiating 6 economic chapters. She has two University degrees. In 1983 she graduated from Tartu University in Estonia as an English philologist, in 1993 in International Trade and International Economics.

Tauno Otto
Professor of Production Engineering at TalTech

Andrei Shishkin
Researcher at Riga Technical University and Research Coordinator at MagnesiumCom

Václav Smítka
Programme Manager at AMIRES

Václav Smítka, Ph.D. is a Programme Manager of AMIRES s. r. o. in the domain of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Additive Manufacturing. He graduated from the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Civil Engineering in 2009. At the same faculty he finished his Ph.D. in 2013. As an assistant professor at the Department of Special Geodesy at FCE, CTU in Prague, he took part in many research and development programmes and projects as a coordinator as well as a member of a research team. All these projects were mainly focused on the deformation measurement methods in the field of civil engineering. He is trained and practioning the smE-MPOWER methodology for business innovation coaching. Václav has a strong experience in preparation and management of R&D projects funded by the European Commission. Currently, he is a Project and Dissemination Manager of H2020 project SOLWATT (Solving Water Issues for CSP Plants), Dissemination Manager of H2020 project MANUELA (Additive Manufacturing Using Metal Pilot Line) and contributing to exploitation in H2020 project MOSAIC (Modular High Concentration Solar Configuration). He also supervises H2020 project WASCOP (Water Saving for Solar Concentrated Power)

What is the Vision for Manufacturers in Estonia?

Manuel Berglund Erp Manager at Koenigsegg Automotive AB

Manuel studied automation as a student and started working in manufacturing industries from a very young age. His interest in technology led him to Koenigsegg 11 years ago and he has learned continually as he has progressed through the ranks. He started out as a technician in production and soon after, he became a team leader. From there, he started to work with product quality and as a test driver, the goal being to ensure that their cars were of an appropriate standard before they deliver them to customers. Later, he received an opportunity to start working as Production Manager, which he did for 3 years. It was during this time that he pushed the company to take a better advantage of Monitor – the ERP system that they use. That mission continued when he moved to the Purchasing department, learning strategies for procurement and material flows within a manufacturing business. Koenigsegg has enjoyed steady growth over recent years and the organisation has changed a lot as a result of that growth. ERP is more important now than ever, and he has taken on the role as ERP Manager to educate staff and to further develop and integrate the ERP system within our business.

What is the Vision for Manufacturers in Estonia?

  • The start of our journey
  • Where we are today in a digital perspective
  • A live demonstration of one digital tools

Manuel Berglund
Erp Manager at Koenigsegg Automotive AB

Manuel studied automation as a student and started working in manufacturing industries from a very young age. His interest in technology led him to Koenigsegg 11 years ago and he has learned continually as he has progressed through the ranks. He started out as a technician in production and soon after, he became a team leader. From there, he started to work with product quality and as a test driver, the goal being to ensure that their cars were of an appropriate standard before they deliver them to customers. Later, he received an opportunity to start working as Production Manager, which he did for 3 years. It was during this time that he pushed the company to take a better advantage of Monitor – the ERP system that they use. That mission continued when he moved to the Purchasing department, learning strategies for procurement and material flows within a manufacturing business. Koenigsegg has enjoyed steady growth over recent years and the organisation has changed a lot as a result of that growth. ERP is more important now than ever, and he has taken on the role as ERP Manager to educate staff and to further develop and integrate the ERP system within our business.

09:30 Expo & Networking
Registration, Expo and Morning Coffee
09:30
10.00 tervitus
Welcome
Doris Põld, CEO of Estonian ICT Cluster, Conference Chair
10:00
10.10 minister
What is the Vision for Manufacturers in Estonia?
Andres Sutt , Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology of the Republic of Estonia
10:10
bloki pealkiri1
Why Do We Need Innovation?
10.15 paneel
What Does Twin Transition of Industry Mean in Practice?
Alois Krtil, CEO of ARIC Hamburg
Tauno Otto, Professor at TalTech
Ivo Suursoo, Chairman of the Innovation Start-Up Chamber, Former President of the Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications (ITL)
Helen Anijalg, Co-founder of Roofit.solar at Roofit Solar Energy
10:15
11.00 slot
How to Support Cross Disciplinary Innovation Management – an Experience Report From Innovation Management Round Table in Hamburg
Alois Krtil, CEO of ARIC Hamburg
11:00
11.30 slot
Innovating Innovation: How Corporates Can Leverage the Innovation Ecosystem
Dirk Ploss, Senior Innovation Manager at Beiersdorf AG
11:30
12.00 lunch
Lunch & Expo
12:00
bloki pealkiri2
How Can We Support Innovation?
12:45 panel
What Kind of Support is Available for Manufacturers?
Gert Jervan, Dean of the School of IT at TalTech
Linnar Viik, Chairman at EIT Digital
Raul Kirsimäe, Head of Manufacturing and Public Sector Department in Swedbank AS
Mihkel Tammo, Head of Trade and Innovation Centre at Enterprise Estonia
12:45
13.30 slot
How Can Key Digital Technologies Partnership Support Manufacturers?
Arno Kolk, Managing Director at Estonian Electronics Industries Association
13:30
14.00 break
Break & Expo
14:00
bloki pealkiri3
What are the Practical Examples and Success Stories of Digitalisation?
14:30 slot
How COVID-19 Has Acted as an Enabler for Digitalisation
Andres Aavik , CEO and Partner at Flowit
14:30
15:00 slot
How to Digitalise a Logistics Sector?
August Tillo , Sales and Development Director at VIA 3L Freight OÜ
15:00
15:30 slot
Digitalisation in Food Industry – What to Keep in Mind?
Triin Kõrgmaa , CEO of Salvest
15:30
15:45 slot
The Movement Towards One-Click Manufacturing
Joosep Merelaht , COO of Fractory
15:45
16.00 slot
Worries and Joys of Digitalization Implementation Processes in an
Industrial Company Through Practical Experience
August Kull , Factory Manager at Neiser
16:00
16.15 slot
Bisly – Safeguarding Our Future by Reducing Energy Consumption in Housing Sector
Siim Vips , CEO at Bisly
16:15
16:30 slot
How to Be Green and Not Play Green?
Jannus Jaska , Head of Environmental Metrics Development Project at Rohetiiger SA
Simmo Soomets , CEO of Thermory
Argo Rosin , Professor and Leader of Research Group „Microgrids and Metrology, Vice-Dean for Research in School of Engineering at TalTech, Leader of R&D priority area „Smart and energy efficient environments“ at TalTech
16:30
17.00 lopp
End of the Conference
17:00

Participation

REGISTRATION
Registration to the conference is now closed.
Day before the conference, registered participants received a letter with participation info and also access to the conference platform. If you have registered and did not receive letter with access info, please check the Spam folder in your mailbox or contact us by email.

TIME AND LOCATION
Conference takes place on the 27th of May 2021 at TalTech Mektory, Raja 15, Tallinn, and online on the virtual conference platform Worksup.
The day begins at 9:30 with morning coffee and expo, programme starts at 10:00 and ends at 17:00.

CONFERENCE FORMAT & SAFETY
The event will be held in a hybrid format - attendees will be attending on site and also virtually, expo will be available both on site and also virtually. The welfare and safety of attendees, speakers, partners and staff is the utmost priority for us - we will take additional precautions at site and only allow 50% of the maximum capacity of the room to attend the event so it will not be crowded in the hall and foyer.
Remember that wearing a face mask is obligatory and if you feel ill, it’s better to stay home.

PARTICIPATION FEES
The conference is targeted to manufacturers, ICT vendors, service industry, academia representatives and policy makers. Participants have the right to change their physical event tickets to virtual event passes at any time.
  • Virtual Ticket - EUR 150 (excluding VAT)
  • Virtual Ticket for conference Organisers/Partners employee/member - EUR 120 (excluding VAT)
  • On-Site Ticket - EUR 290 (excluding VAT)
  • On-Site Ticket for conference Organisers/Partners employee/member - EUR 250 (excluding VAT)
  • For invited guests who will receive a unique invitation code in their letter of invitation, the participation fee has been paid by the conference partners and organisers.
CANCELLATION
Participation fee will be fully reimbursed if notified in written before 20th of May 2021. In case of later notification, the participation fee will not be reimbursed but you can find a replacement to attend the conference if notified in written in advance. Also, if you have registered as an invited guest but cannot attend, it is cruicial to get your cancellation by email in order to free the seat for others.

LANGUAGE
Simultaneous interpretation from English to Estonian will be provided at the conference.

PRIVACY POLICY
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INFORMATION
Please contact us by email margot@confent.com with any information request you might have regarding the conference.
Please note that filming/photography is taking place at the conference for promotional and archival purposes. The photographs and recordings made are likely to appear on the event webpage.
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Registreerumine

TOIMUMISKOHT JA -AEG
Konverents toimub 28. mail 2020 virtuaalsündmuste platvormil Worksup. Päev algab võimalusega suhelda teiste osalejatega ja külastada virtuaalset ekspot. Konverents algab kell 10.00 ja lõppeb 14.00. Ajakavas võib esineda muudatusi.

OSALEMISTINGIMUSED
Konverents on eeskätt mõeldud tööstus- ja IKT-sektori ning kõrgkoolide esindajatele ja tööstustemaatikat kureerivatele tippametnikele. Osalemine toimub eelneva registreerimise alusel ja on tasuta.

REGISTREERUMINE
Osalemiseks täitke palun registreerumisvorm hiljemalt 27. mail 2020. Õnnestunud registreerumise korral saate automaatse kinnituse e-kirjana - kui see teie postkasti ei jõua, palun kontrollige rämpsposti kausta või kontakteeruge meiega e-kirja teel.

TÖÖKEEL
Konverents toimub eesti ja inglise keeles sünkroontõlkega eesti ja inglise keelde.

PRIVAATSUSPOLIITIKA
Loe siit, kuidas me käitleme ja kaitseme teie isikuandmeid.

INFO
Küsimuste korral võtke palun ühendust margot@confent.com
 

Location

Industry 4.0 in Practice conference takes place at TalTech Mektory, Raja 15, Tallinn.

Parking. TalTech Mektory spacious parking lot locates across the road from Mektory and is free for the conference guests.

Public Transport. There are two bus stops near Mektory - Keemia (Bus no 11 and trolleybus no 3) and Raja (Bus no 23 and 24A). Please find here the public transport schedule and route map and the ticket information.

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PRIVACY POLICY
Read here how we process and protect the data you provide.

INFO

Contact us with any information request you might have regarding the conference