To remain competitive, the industry must apply smart automation from purchasing and warehousing to final assembly and delivery. Industrial automation has reached a technical and cost level where even smaller companies can benefit from it.
A large part of the world's products have been designed with production, use, and disposal in mind, which depletes the planet's resources (linear economy). A circular economy, promoted by the EU for sustainable development, contradicts this approach and represents a systemic shift that builds long-term resilience, generates business and economic opportunities and provides environmental and societal benefits. Join this workshop to start your path to a circular economy!
In a world with rapid change, great demands are placed on companies to develop their production, not only to survive but also to contribute to a sustainable society. It is no longer just a matter of improving existing production but also of being able to think new and capture opportunities. Participate in this workshop and start the journey towards increased innovation power and increased profitability in your production!
During the workshop, experiences of predictive maintenance for service-based and sustainable business models are presented. The participants get what is mainly required if they as a company want to approach more service-based business models, regarding the development process, maintenance and digitization. Discuss the industry's potential opportunities, benefits and risks with this!
Karakuri IoT (Internet of Things) is a new approach to introducing digitization and smart industry in industrial companies. Karakuri IoT is human-centered and is based on the needs that is experienced by humans in the system.
Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck: Doctoral students in doctoral courses with industry participants share new experiences with new acquaintances. Professors who lead the courses absorb new ideas from rewarding discussions. It is not about ONE source of knowledge but how we together seek knowledge to solve urgent challenges.
Johan Stahre: The global industry is not always so resistant, just look at the unfortunate containership in the Suez Canal. An event like that hinders subcontractors from delivering and the car industry are forced to stop its production... A clear example of how non-resilient our world currently is.
Vinnova are launching 10 new areas and are focusing on sustainability and societal challenges. Read Tero Stjernstofts latest log on Vinnovas initiatives.