Sustainability – Special challenges in industry
Technology will help to combat climate change - over 80% of the world's population is now convinced of this. So are we!
The companies in our region play a leading role in the implementation of sustainable solutions. As part of INDIN, the Industry Forum offers the opportunity to get to know them through examples from industry.
Learn in practical presentations which topics are currently being worked on and which technologies are already successfully in use. Artificial intelligence, 5G or digital twins - sustainability and economic efficiency go hand in hand. Gain insight and use the presentations and the exchange with experts and peers to set the right course for the future with impulses from manufacturing and product development.
Albert Einstein, Physicist
The Centrum Industrial IT at the Innovation Campus Lemgo offers the appropriate setting to understand the special challenges of industry. Here, companies and research institutions come together in one building. Since 2010, the CIIT has been promoting close cooperation between industry and science with inspiration for both sides.
A visit to the newly opened Future Food Factory OWL closes the day with an insight into the research center for digital transformation in food technology. Together with partner companies, innovative technologies and individual solutions are developed, researched and demonstrated here.
Jürgen Jasperneite, Lukasz Wisniewski
|11:30||Industrie.Zero – Approaches and solutions for sustainable
industry from the Leading-Edge Cluster it`s OWL
Günter Korder, CEO, it´s OWL Clustermanagement
|12:00||On the way to a climate-neutral company
Markus Fleuter, Vice President, GEA Group
|12:30||Communication in factory automation
Junaid Ansari, Ericsson Research
Decarbonization of Chemical Industry – Challenges and solution approaches
Martin Hoffmann, Research Team Manager, German ABB Research Center
Digital twins as a basis for sustainabilty in industry
Florian Pethig, Group Manager Big Data Platforms, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA
How to reduce waste and the carbon footprint in a factory
using a digital twin?
Domenic Schäffer, CEO, Digital Twin Factory
Sustainability in factory automation
Tom Hammerbacher, System Manager, PHOENIX CONTACT GmbH & Co. KG
Internet of things for sustainable power
Dirk Bauerkämper, Head of Global Market Management New Energy, Weidmüller GmbH & Co. KG
Networked plastics production for the manufacturing of returnable cups
Nissrin Arbesun Perez, Innovation Manager, Fraunhofer IOSB-INA
|17:00 - 18:00||Possibility to visit Future Food Factory OWL|