21-23 May 2019
TO BE DEFINED in MILAN (Italy)
CET timezone

Description:

The aim of this workshop is to present the state-of-the-art of Industry 4.0 technologies. We will present methods and techniques that might be used to transform a manufacturing plant into a plant 4.0.

We will show the relation among High Performance Computing (HPC), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data and visualization: the basic ingredients to create a digital twin of your 4.0 factory.

Take in consideration a remote manufacturing plant: a digital twin is a cyber replica of the plant that allows operation technology (OT) to be digitalized permitting a large amount of data from the plant’s sensors to be collected thanks to Internet of Things devices. In addition, since you can analyze the data with HPC, you can also simulate and forecast the plant behaviour. 
Furthermore, with AI you can take automatic decisions to optimize the production and the Industry management can visualize with a convenient dashboard or with virtual reality what is happening in real time in the remote plant. 

The workshop will take place in three days, the first two will present examples and success stories of applications and methodologies of the cited topics and in the last day laboratory and hands-on experiences will be done.

The initiative aims to involve industrial and academic participants to create a collaborative environment where will be possible to share industrial needs and find possible solutions.

The first two days will not require any specific technical background, while for the third a minimum of knowledge on programming is beneficial.

Skills :

By the end of the workshop each participants should be able to know technologies involved in Industry 4.0 and  possible applications.

Target Audiance :

Academic and Industrial researcher and technical management

Pre-requisites :

The first two days will not require any specific technical background, while for the third a minimum of knowledge on programming is beneficial.

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TO BE DEFINED in MILAN (Italy)
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