Cognitive Manufacturing Conference 2020


June 29 – 30, 2020
Maritim ProArte, Berlin

The Cognitive Manufacturing Conference in Berlin will bring together practitioners who are pushing the integration of advanced intelligence, machine learning and high-performance computing in manufacturing. From data analysts and R&D managers to systems engineers, plant managers and product owners, high-level experts share their experiences in deriving actionable insights from collected data to realize a smart production line. Inspirational keynotes, moderated interactive sessions, and practical case studies make the Cognitive Manufacturing Conference the most interactive exchange platform for Industry 4.0. pioneers to discuss the challenges of integrating AI and machine learning into manufacturing and to examine tangible solutions.
 
Key topics:
 
Cognitive Manufacturing – Shop Floor Level
- Remote control, prescriptive maintenance and connected sensors to reduce downtimes and increase asset reliability.
- Visual Inspection, cyber physical systems, digital twins and real-time visibility to optimize performance & product quality.
- Training and testing data in ML: generation of data sets, simulation, validation and reliable real-life applications.
- IT infrastructure & data transparency: high-performance computing, distributed ledger technologies, edge & cloud.
- Smart and cost-efficient equipment updates for your production line and sensor retrofitting.  

Cognitive Manufacturing – Business Level 
- Industrial data analytics, high-performance computing, and deep learning: Use cases to drive manufacturing & and maximize your ROI by AI.
- Smart factory: How to use ML algorithm applications to enable custom and adaptive manufacturing.
- Integration of AI & MES to make objective overall manufacturing decisions to enhance efficiency on the shop floor.
- Ownership and value of data: pricing, accessibility and roles in data value chain.
- Cognitive computing technology and AI powered analytics enhancing human expertise.
 
For further information about the programme, speakers and to register for the event visit: 
www.cognitive-manufacturing.eu