2nd Summer School onINDUSTRY DIGITAL EVOLUTION
June 5-7, 2019
In recent years, the industrial world, and in particular the manufacturing sector, has been affected by a digital transformation, capable of strongly influencing production processes and business dynamics. This transformation is called Industry 4.0.
The backbone of change is the integration of industry and technological innovation through the digitalization of production methods, the innovation of processes throughout the entire product lifecycle and the change / specialization of skills.
The process of change is continuous and constant: we have gone from sectoral innovations aimed at improving specific activities in the production cycle, to more complex transformations in which the machines are connected in smart network and the organizations have become complex networks of data, machines and people. The company has increasingly become a system made up of highly interconnected components in which the information produced during the whole product lifecycle plays a crucial role. The produced data real time collection, processing and correlation do allow to enable new business paradigms that can generate greater value through an increase in company knowledge.
Technological, organizational and cultural changes have led to the emergence of a new and constantly evolving business model in which the correct management of the developed knowledge generates new knowledge in terms of technology and human skills as positive feedback.
Industry Digital Evolution (IDE) is, therefore, a continuous process of corporate change supported by a highly innovative strategic and multidisciplinary vision focused on the combination of different organizational, technological and cultural variables, in order to make companies more competitive and resilient.
The edition of IDE Summer School 2019 "Beyond Transformation: Evolving the Digital Enterprise" wants to take up the challenge of exploring the theme of corporate evolution by designing possible operational scenarios that guide companies along a coherent and effective path of continuous innovation.
During its three days of study, qualified speakers from the academic and industrial world will exchange views and share their experiences with Digital Evolution. The four sessions that the school is made up of will allow to cover a wide range of digital solutions already developed or about to be introduced in the industrial context, and which are the subject of research projects and studies by the academy.
CHAIR: Prof. Ernesto Damiani
Università degli Studi di Milano
KEYNOTE: Rafael Accorsi
This track focuses on Big Data Novel Theories, Visualization Techniques, Large Data Stream Processing, Sensor Networks, Big Data Applications.
CHAIR: Prof. Andrea Bondavalli
Università degli Studi di Firenze
KEYNOTE: Hermann Kopets
This track deals with Methods, Technologies and Case Studies about all Cyber-Physical Systems aspects, such as information exchange and control.
CHAIR: Prof. Sergio Terzi
Politecnico di Milano
KEYNOTE: Oleg Shilovitsky
This track aims to bring together different approaches addressing works on technologies and models for managing data and information about LC across different sectors.
CHAIR: Prof. Mimmo Distante
KEYNOTE: Pietro Ferraro
The aim of this track is to investigate how Artificial Intelligence can transform the industrial scenario and, in general, its relevant impacts on all enterprise sectors.
9:30 - Registration and Welcome Coffee
10:00 - Research posters competition – Chair: Paolo Ceravolo, Università degli Studi di Milano - Co-Chair: Monica Rossi, Politecnico di Milano
12:30 - Introduction for PhD Students
15:00 - 18:30 - SESSION #1: CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS
15:00 - Chair: Andrea Bondavalli, Università degli Studi di Firenze - Session Introduction
15:15 - Keynote: HERMANN KOPETZ, TU Wien - Complexity Management in the Design of Cyber Physical Systems
16:00 - Francesco Brancati, Resiltech - Methodologies, Tools and Examples of MDE-based Application for Critical Cyber Physical System of Systems Design and Early Prototyping
16:40 - Angelo Marguglio, Engineering I.I. - CPS-driven Digital Transformation: the MIDIH Project
17:00 - Gian Carlo Buontempo, MSC Crociere - The Experience of Cruising: From the Paper to the Virtual Era
17:20 - Giancarlo Magnoli Bocchi, Magnoli & Partners (Edison) - Digital Twins For Energy Retrofit: BIM and BEM
17:40 - Best Poster Presentation
17:50 - Round-table Discussion
20:30 - Themed Event "Welcome to Salento!" (Local Food & Wine Tasting, Social Dinner)
9:30 - 13:15 - SESSION #2: LIFE CYCLE IN INDUSTRY AT LARGE
9:30 - Chair: Sergio Terzi, Politecnico di Milano - Session Introduction
9:45 - Keynote: OLEG SHILOVITSKY, Open BOM - Manufacturing Web for The Future of Product Lifecycle
10:30 - Antonio Maglione, IDS - Roadmap for a Lean Digital Enterprise: a Pilot Case in IDS Grottaglie
10:50 - Coffee Break
11:10 - Massimo Scalvenzi, Leonardo - Engineering Excellence Supporting Integration
11:30 - Francesca Battistella, CAREL & Fabiana Pirola, Università degli Studi di Bergamo - Expanding Service Offering Through A Collaborative Approach: The CAREL Case
11:50 - Nicola Campo, BHGE - Model Based Enterprise for the Brilliant Factory at BHGE
12:10 - Giuseppe Totaro, Leonardo – Tolerance Analysis for Manufacturing Optmization
12:30 - Best Poster Presentation
12:40 - Round-table Discussion
14:30 - 18:00 - SESSION #3: BIG DATA & ANALYTICS
14:30 - Chair: Ernesto Damiani, Università degli Studi di Milano - Session Introduction
14:45 - Keynote: RAFAEL ACCORSI, PWC - Transforming Data into Actionable Process Improvements
15:30 - Davis Quirico & Davide Bernardi, Avio Aero - Product Improvement through Digital Technologies & Data Science
15:50 - Coffee Break
16:10 - Oronzo Lucia, Fameccanica - Fameccanica toward Digital: Challenges and Opportunities
16:30 - Pazzaglia Jean Christophe, SAP - Data driven AI in the Industry: Solving Today and Tomorrow Challenges
16:50 - Nicoletta Antonias & Daniela Aprea, Italferr - LCA and BIM in the Development of Sustainable Infrastructure Design
17:10 - Daniele Verardi, Angel Company - Rise of Big Data in Railway: the MerMec Use Case
17:30 - Best Poster Presentation
17:40 - Round-table Discussion
20:30 - Wine Notes by Winemaker Giovanni Cantele - GALA DINNER
9:30 - 13:30 - SESSION #4: IMPACT OF AI ON INNOVATION
9:30 - Chair: Cosimo Distante, CNR - Session Introduction
9:45 - Keynote - PIETRO FERRARO, CNR - Intelligent Systems as a Key to Success in the 4.0 Age
10:30 - Luigi Tagliaferro, DFV - Image Recognition System Development for Aluminium Profiles
10:50 - Coffee Break
11:10 - Davide Guerri, Dedalus Italia - AI for Health: from the Labs to the Market
11:30 - Andrea Ruscica, Altea Federation - Prediction and Judgment: the AI Human Side
11:50 - Fabio Viola, TuoMuseo - Video Games as Engagement and Learning Machines
12:10 - Best Poster Presentation
12:20 - Round-table Discussion
A Call for Poster is now open for collecting and sharing innovative research ideas or preliminary research results about the school topics (i.e. Big Data & Analytics, Cyber Physical Systems, Lifecycle in Industry at Large, Artificial Intelligence applied to Industry Scenario).
Academia or industrial representatives are invited to create a poster and to submit it following the guidelines by May 20th.
All selected Posters (the finalists) will be exhibited at the School and their authors (max. 2 representatives for each Poster) will be given the opportunity to present the posters during a dedicated session on Wednesday 5th June.
Only four posters will be selected and awarded for presenting the illustrated idea/project during the related topic session.
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