Robots with the development of artificial intelligence are transforming the world by providing automated solutions to manufacturing process and supply chains. By adopting robotics and AI in factories and warehouse, many companies are able to boost its operational efficiency and improve their USP with better-quality products and services. Thus, we would like to invite youto the World Summit on Industrial Automation will be the first time held in Munich, Germany in 2019- one of the most developing countries in robotics. This World Summit will open the chances for companies to exchange their knowledge about robotic innovations, explore the practical adoption of robots in SME with the awareness of safety standards. Full spectrum of technologies and automated process will be provided with the possibility of product showcasing.

Professionals and leaders are welcome to the event to discuss a supportive regulatory framework to encourage robotics development and deployment with regulators, discover machine learning and AI implications in robotics in different regions in the world as well as explore the new role of robots in sustainable value creation in society.

Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:

•     Regulators’ perspectives on industrial robotics
•     Recent innovations in robotics for manufacturing
•     Towards the deployment of SME robots
•     The vision for electronics manufacturing
•     Safety standards for industrial robots
•     Exploring embodiment concepts in robotics
•     Impacts of AI and Machine learning on Robots’ capabilities
•     Practical implications of robots in supply chain management

Who Should Attend:

CEOs, CIOs, VPs, CTOs, Directors, Department Heads, Technical Analysts, Research Engineers, Specialists, Government officers specializing in:

•     Software, Middleware and Programming
•     Simulation and Animation
•     AI-Based Methods
•     Big Data in Robotics and Automation
•     Failure Detection and Recovery
•     Learning from Demonstration
•     Model Learning for Control
•     Prosthetics and Exoskeletons
•     Additive Manufacturing
•     Robotic Applications
•     Computer Vision for Automation
•     Deep Learning in Robotics and Automation
•     Flexible Robots
•     Cognitive Human-Robot Interaction
•     Assembly
•     Manufacturing, Maintenance and Supply Chains
•     Task Planning
•     Medical Robots and Systems
•     Compliance and Impedance Control
•     Distributed Robot Systems
•     Learning and Adaptive Systems
•     Physical Human-Robot Interaction
•     Control Architectures and Programming
•     Cooperating Robots
•     Agricultural Automation
•     Computational Geometry
•     Computer Vision for Manufacturing
•     Ethics and Philosophy
•     Inventory management
•     Logistics
•     Planning, Scheduling and Coordination
•     Semiconductor Manufacturing
•     Wheeled Robots
•     Robot Safety
•     Sensor-based Control
•     Human-Centered Automation
•     Human-Centered Robotics
•     Industrial Robots
•     Sustainable Production and Service Automation
•     Compliant Assembly
•     Factory Automation
•     Intelligent and Flexible Manufacturing
•     Optimization and Optimal Control
•     Product Design, Development and Prototyping

Target Audience:

•     Software and Hardware Developers
•     Global 2000 Businesses
•     OEMs and Manufacturers
•     Producers of Robotics and Intelligent Solutions
•     Researchers and Academics Media Representatives
•     Technology/Business Analysts
•     Investment Professionals


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An analysis of the Corporate and Business Strategies

The automotive industry is currently facing the “disruptive wave” of technology. Vehicles need to be aligned with the current states of technology and consumer demands. Original Equipment Manufacturers and suppliers need to consider how to re-structure their business models, and re-allocate their resources and capabilities to develop a new form of competitive advantage that effectively utilizes these technologies. This means re-assessing and refining strategy at a corporate and business level. Understanding the macro and industry environments is an important consideration to make before embarking on the strategic planning process.

This conference will bring together the key stakeholders of the industry, from OEM leaders, high-tech suppliers, government and regulatory bodies, and researchers to discuss automotive connectivity from a Corporate and Business strategy perspective. Attendees will have the chance to join a global network of experts in the field and benefit from gaining and sharing analytical insights into the main automotive trends.

Key Practical Learning Points of the Summit:

– Sustainability and competitive advantages in times of a “disruptive wave‘ and rapid development
– Examining the new business model for profitability with data
– Value re-distribution- vertical and horizontal integration of supply and value chains
– The future of the automobile as a vehicle for digital innovations
– Security Challenges and the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) triad
– A paradigm shift in consumer behaviour/preferences/wants
– Enabling technologies of connected cars
– Smart operating systems are the new engines of performance
– Digital infrastructure- An ecosystem ramp to the future of transport
– Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Infrastructure
– Legal and regulatory bodies and the adjustment to fast-developing technologies and technology life cycles

Who Should Attend:

CEOs / Presidents / Chief Executives, Directors, Vice Presidents, Department Heads, Leaders, and Managers specialising in:

Corporate Strategy
Business Strategy
Regulatory Affairs
Connected Car and Services
Connectivity Solutions
Autonomous Driving
Data and Product Security and Cyber-security
Fleet Management
Innovation Management
Digitalization Management
Connected Services
Smart mobility
Information Technology
Customer experience
Product Development and Planning
Network Development
Transport Network Planning
Intelligent Transport Systems

Target Audience:

– Automotive manufacturers and retailers
– High-tech suppliers
– Telecommunications companies
– Insurance agents
– Vehicle fleet companies
– Automotive/ Intelligent Transportation Magazine
– Automotive emissions, fuel economy and aftermarket solutions provider
– National and local authorities (Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, Cities’ department of transport- Roads Office Section, Road Network Section
– Automotive mobility| Internet of Things Association
– Research organizations and departments of transportation and new mobility and connectivity solutions   for vehicles

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