Connected Off-Highway Machines
- Learn more about the impact of the Digital Transformation on the Off-Highway Industry
- Find out about current developments in the area of Connectivity and Data Management, as well as Remote Monitoring and Autonomy
- Meet peers from the agricultural, mining and construction Industry and discuss latest findings and trends
- Register for the “Connected Off-Highway Machines” conference and visit our parallel conferences “Electrified Off-Highway Machines” and “Smart Farming” free of extra charge
GET READY – On March 3rd- 4th, 2020 our 5th international conference on “Connected Off-Highway Machines” will return to Düsseldorf to discuss new technologies revolutionizing the industry. In the Off-Highway Industries mobile machines become increasingly connected and drive (semi-) autonomously already. They increase productivity and efficiency while reducing costs and making working conditions in harsh environments safer. Our international VDI conference offers an ideal platform to discuss latest technology trends with international experts.
Free of charge whitepaper download
Machines meet Radio Technology
Author: Heikki Keränen, Solution Manager, SATEL
Smart Future for the Off-Highway Industry?
All major players of the Off-Highway Industry are working on smart technologies and solutions. Automation, connectivity and digital processes have many benefits. However, there are still many challenges and questions ahead: How do connectivity and automation impact business models? How to really benefit from Big Data? How to integrate artificial intelligence in Off-Highway Machines? When and how will fully Autonomous Off-Highway Machines become a reality? How does the role of the worker change?
Focus topics in 2020 to look forward to:
- Data-driven Business and Innovation
- Coordinating Data Management across multiple Stakeholders
- Remote Monitoring for enhanced Efficiency and Maintenance
- Connected Vehicle Technologies and 5G
- Automation on the Machine and on the Edge
Also profit from:
- Panel Discussion on “Changing Competencies due to Digitization“
- Interactive World Café Sessions
- Workshop on Machine Data
The complete program can be downloaded here:
Registration & welcome coffee
Chair‘s welcome and opening address
Michael Gomes MBA Vice President, Topcon Agriculture, USA
I. New Business Models
Driving Innovation in Machinery
Vijayshekhar Nerva, Head of Innovation EMEA, BOBCAT Compact, Czech Republic
Data-driven Business Models for hydraulic lifting Machines
Dr. Christoph Gugg, Teamlead IoT & Data Science, PALFINGER AG, Austria
Processes matter: From connected Machines to smart Construction Processes
Dr. Marcus Mueller, Division Digitalisation, STRABAG AG, Germany
MiC 4.0 - Digitization only works together
Dr. Darius Soßdorf, Managing Director of “MiC 4.0“ and of the Research Association “Construction Equipment and Plant Engineering“, VDMA Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Changing Competencies due to Digitization: What are the Challenges? Where can they be found and how can they be mastered?
Vik Vandecaveye MBA Mgr Advanced Data Analysis, CNH Industrial Belgium N.V., Belgium
II. Creating Data Ecosystems
From Sensor Networks to Data Ecosystems
Tom De Block, Solution architect/ Chairman, AIOTI WG on Distributed Ledger Technologies, Belgium
Networking & coffee break
A Platform for enabling Resource sharing in Off-Highway Connectivity Units
Msc. Adrien Mouaffo Tiadjio, IoT Product Manager & Dr. Christian Grabe, Digital Business Owner, both: Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany
III. Machine Coordination and Remote Monitoring
IoT Use Cases in Construction Machines Area
Yohann Desalle, Director Transportation Solutions, Hitachi, France
Development and Implementation of a Load Analysis Logic for a concrete Truck Mixer
Philipp Fleischer, Head of Productmanagement, Liebherr-Mischtechnik GmbH, Germany & Victor Klüber, Team Lead Field Application Engineering, Proemion GmbH, Germany
End of conference day one
At the end of the first conference day we kindly invite you to use the relaxed and informal atmosphere for in-depth conversations with other participants and speakers.
IV. The Future of Autonomous Mobile Machinery
Mission critical Connectivity Solutions: Multi-Technology Platform
Johan Korin, Business Development Director, co-author: Heikki Keränen, Solution Manager, both: SATEL, Finland
5G for connected Off-Highway Machines
Dr. Norman Franchi, Managing Director and Senior Research Group Leader, 5G Lab Germany, TU Dresden, Germany
Tractor Implement Management
Hans Jürgen Nissen, Partnering Manager, Intelligent Solutions Group, John Deere GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Networking & coffee break
Interactive World Café Session
Join our interactive discussions with moderators from Komatsu, Appareo and others. Engage directly with other experts, discuss and identify challenges within your sector as well as problems, needs and solutions. The focus is on the participants – Decide what exactly you would like to discuss and introduce your own experiences and cases.
V. Automation on the Machine and on the Edge
Data Integrity & remote Configurations on the Edge of LPWAN Sensors
Laurence Claeys, Product Manager, co-author: Johan Criel, CTO, both: Sensolus, Belgium
Functional Safety of distributed Functions
Pasquale Morrone, Functional Safety Project Engineer, co-author: Francesco De Rosa, Functional Safety Manager, both: CNHi Industrial, Italy
Networking & Coffee Break
The Eyes of Off-Highway Machines: 3D Snapshot Cameras for robust Automation and Anti-Collision
Dr. Nadja Nagel, co-authors: Moritz Vogt & Dr. Anatoly Sherman, all: Product Management and Applications Engineering, 3D Compact Systems, SICK AG, Germany
Coordinated Mission Management for Multiple Agricultural Autonomous Machines
Darcy Cook, VP Engineering, JCA Electronics, Canada
Accessing the fast and furious pace of autonomy to transform mining and construction
Dr. Bibhrajit Halder, CEO & Co-Founder, SafeAI, Inc., USA
End of conference
Who should attend the conference?
The "Connected Off-Highway Machines" Conference is aimed at engineers, technologists, designers and specialists from mobile machine manufacturers and suppliers of the off-highway industry, in particular managers and staff from:
- Software development
- Mobile machine control Solutions
- Communication technologies Departments
- Electric and electronics systems
- Telematics, drivers assistance Systems
This international conference provides a professional forum for all experts who are working in the fields of Connected Off-Highway Machines, Automation and IT for mobile machines to exchange experiences and ideas.
Secure your seat now and benefit from parallel conferences
Do you want to find out more about current challenges and new chances in the area of "Connected Off-Highway Machines"? Then reserve a place at the "Connected Off-Highway Machines" conference now. In addition, also benefit from our parallel conferences on “Electrified Off-Highway Machines” and “Smart Farming” free of extra Charge.
For further questions please contact Carolin Leuchten.
Dr. sc. nat. Anton Demarmels Ammann Schweiz AG / Langenthal
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Martin Frank Volvo Construction Equipment Germany GmbH / Konz
Michael Gomes Topcon Agriculture / Livermore
Dipl.-Ing. Eugen Schobesberger Liebherr-EMtec GmbH / Kirchdorf
Vik Vandecaveye CNH Industrial Belgium N.V. / Zedelgem
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