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Dassault Systemes

Dassault Systèmes and their Partners are pleased to host a series of roundtables discussing the practical challenges and opportunities of Industry 4.0.

Six sessions will be held each afternoon. Discussions will be moderated at tables of 10 participants. There is no need to register in advance and participation is open to all including Summit delegates, visitors and exhibitors.

Discuss how manufacturing digitalization fosters innovation in the Age of Experience.

Day One – Wednesday 28th February
13:00-13:45

Table 1
Accelerating Industry 4.0 strategy provides us with new opportunities and risks. How are we proactively managing the change in practice, whilst keeping ahead of the curve?
Ben Salama, Managing Director, Industry X.O, Accenture &
John Kitchingman, Managing Director Northern Europe, Dassault Systèmes

Table 2
SMEs: The value drivers in the connected, digital world of the future?
John Stokoe, Head of Strategic Development Northern Europe, Dassault Systèmes

Table 3
VR: How to deliver digital design, simulation and integration to manufacturing, with Virtual Reality.
Craig Mills, Sales Director, Intrinsys

Table 4
Voice of the supplier 4.0: How to ensure the extended supply chain is connected, capable and competent as we embrace Industry 4.0.
Rashpal Mundi, Senior Sales Account Manager, Majenta Solutions &
Kevin Billington, Global Supplier Integration Manager, Jaguar Land Rover

Table 5
NO SESSION

Table 6
Discussing the support required by SME manufacturers to adopt industry 4 type technologies: understanding what is available and where to start.
Gary Sheader, Founder, Manufacturers’ Alliance

Day Two – Thursday 1st March
13:30-14:15

Table 1
Cybersecurity: is there a way to turn the tide and innovate our way out of the threat from security-agnostic devices that lurk in everything from pacemakers to power stations?
Danny Dresner, Lecturer in Cybersecurity, The University of Manchester

Table 2
The pressures on business leadership in the digital world of the future: The requirements of transformation.
John Stokoe, Head of Strategic Development Northern Europe, Dassault Systèmes

Table 3
Will Additive Manufacturing play a big part in factory automation? Productivity improvement with digital Additive Manufacturing.
Dr Auday Al-rawe, Business Development Manager, Intrinsys

Table 4
Voice of the supplier 4.0: How to ensure the extended supply chain is connected, capable and competent as we embrace Industry 4.0.
Rashpal Mundi, Senior Sales Account Manager, Majenta Solutions &
Kevin Billington, Global Supplier Integration Manager, Jaguar Land Rover

Table 5
Trailblazing Apprenticeships to secure future skills.
Victoria Montag, Sector Head – Industrial Automation, GAMBICA

Table 6
Discussing the support required by SME manufacturers to adopt industry 4 type technologies: understanding what is available and where to start.
Gary Sheader, Founder, Manufacturers’ Alliance

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