November, 29 / 2019

International Digital Industry Forum

INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL INDUSTRY FORUM
Presents the main cross-cutting technologies aimed to optimize industrial production
Artificial intelligence
Industrial Internet of Things
Virtual and augmented reality
Robots & Drones
3D modeling & printing
Digital Twins
- implemented technologies review: IIoT, robots, 3D, VR/AR

- interactive IT exhibition tour

- DIGITAL STARTUP LIST of 50 best industrial projects

- 100+ contractors for National Program realization


- customers from top industrial companies

- 100+ B2B partners for business expansion

- panel discussions with Ministry of Industry and Trade, manufacturing and technological compaies

Government
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATION
Business
Speakers
Oleg Bocharov
Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Alexey Troshin
CEO of National Engineering Corporation

Andrey Kolesnikov
IOT Association's board member

Igor Bogachev
CEO of "Zyfra"
Anton Malkov
"Galaktika" Corporation's Board Member

Roman Petrutsa
CEO of Industrial Development Fund

Andrey Laptev
Business Development & Corporate Venture Projects Directior at AO Severstal Management

Andrey Kuzmich
Technology Director at Cisco Russia & CIS

Спикеры Форума
Forum's program
November, 29/ 2019
10:15 – 12:00
PLENARY SESSION
Prospects of implementing the «Digital industry» program
Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation has presented digital industrial transformation program's departmental project. Emphasis is placed on adoption of norms and rules, improvement of staff capacity, development of softwares and support of software and robot systems production.

  • How can creation of regulatory environment help industry's digital transformation?
  • Which technologies will maximize the impact on industry?
  • How will the GISP platform help manufacturing firms?
12:30–14:00
Industrial IoT – New Industrial Revolution Driver
Big Hall
The survey conducted by "Zyfra" and Ministry of Industry and Trade reports that expenses on digitalization and IT development of 55% of all russian industrial enterprises don't exceed 1% of their budget. The size of the domestic market is projected to grow to 270 billion rubles (from 93 in 2017), which provides wide opportunities, forecasts TAdviser.

  • Has the fourth industrial revolution begun in Russia?
  • How does IIOT transform industrial economy?
  • What is a russian "smart factory" ?
12:30 – 14:00
Digitalization of Business Process Management

Small Hall
The survey conducted by "Zyfra" and Ministry of Industry and Trade reports that expenses on digitalization and IT development of 55% of all russian industrial enterprises don't exceed 1% of their budget. The size of the domestic market is projected to grow to 270 billion rubles (from 93 in 2017), which provides wide opportunities, forecasts TAdviser.

  • Has the fourth industrial revolution begun in Russia?
  • How does IIOT transform industrial economy?
  • What is a russian "smart factory" ?
14:30 - 16:00
Industrial Robots - Basis for Industrial Digitalization
Big Hall
Robots are used in automotive industry and engineering, processing and packaging of goods, logistics, electrics and electronics production. The current global average is 69 robots per 10 000 workers in industry, whereas in the leading country - South Korea - more than 500, in Russia - 1. Russian enterprises should rethink the production processes. Nonetheless, productive restructuring and implementation of new robotics technologies are still management's highest and the most unnecessary risk.

  • How justified is the replacement of the human by the machine in the manufacturing industry?
  • At what stage is the implementation of robots in manufacturing now?
  • What is the impact of robotization of the automotive industry?
14:30 - 16:00
Human Resources and Digital Competence of Industry 4.0
Small Hall
Excluding mechanical human work, robotic production releases significant number of low-skilled workers. At the same time the demand for competent staff , able to manage digital processes, is increasing.

  • How can a man survive in such competitive pressures?
  • What skills/competence must an industry expert of digital era have?
  • Are new technologies effective in staff development?
16:30 - 18:00
Virtual and Augmented Reality in The Industrial Sector
Big Hall
The usage of virtual reality technologies in manufacturing increases productiveness, improves quality of products, reduces number of manufacturing defects and eliminates the downtime of services. The VR - centres provides opportinties to remove physical prototypes, reduce costs and development time

  • What prevents VR/AR technology from being widely used by manufacturing?
  • When will AR-glasses become a must-have for every enterprise worker?
  • Is the virtual prototype cheaper than real, or it is just unnecessary expenses, imposed by the trend?
16:30 - 18:00
Industrial 3D Technology
Small Hall
Not only do the additive technologies improve production effectiveness and reduce the time of production cycle, but they also enhance quality of the final product. The cycle of 3D-printing of details is 10 times less than of spun-cast technology. By year 2030 2/3 of all products will contain printed components.

  • Are the producers of feedstock ready for increasing demand for powder and powder compositions?
  • What is essential for choosing the right material, technology and 3D - printer?
  • How to prepare a model for 3D - printing?
18:15 - 19:30
Digital Technologies Protecting the Environment
Small Hall
It is anticipated that since 2019 300 industrial enterprises with significant negative impact on the environment will start using Ecological Best Available Technologies (BAT). Solving production modernization problems with BAT will provide new high-quality approach for maintenance of local manufacturers. Moreover, industrial wastes recycling and effective energy consumption problems can be solved in the same way.

  • Has the industry prepared for eco-friendly technical re-equipment?
  • Is the efficiency of transition to energy-saving technology paplable?
  • How can digital modeling examine the ecological status of production?
18:15 - 20:00
Digital Startups Pitch Session
Big Hall
The best russian projects will present their solutions based on cross-cutting technologies for industrial digitalization, which are:

Industrial Robot Arms
Data collection platform-based Air Robots
Robotic Softwares
VR/AR - based education systems

etc.

Technoparks

Partners

Past Events

Contacts
Ulyana Chernogorova
Digital Industry Forum Director
+7 926 899 15 98
program@forum.digital
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