ESI webinar day 2020
Theme: Digital enablement
Date: October 6, 2020
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Innovation in high-tech industry is largely enabled by digital technologies
Over the past decades, the high-tech industry has fully experienced the digitalization of their products and processes. As a consequence, innovation in high-tech industry is now largely enabled by digital technologies. For example, the expansion towards more complex systems and system of systems integrated in a customer context. Or, the renewed focus on life cycle management with continuous upgrades and keeping the product fit for purpose.
10h00-11h30 webinar 1: Remote collaboration in research and engineering
13h30-15h00 webinar 2: MBSE - adoption and added value
15h30-17h00 webinar 3: Intelligent diagnostics
There will be an introduction by a representative from industry at the start of each webinar followed by presentations to elucidate various viewpoints. There will be ample time for discussion.
Platform webinar: teams.
Remote collaboration in research and engineering
Covid has brought significant speed in the adoption of remote collaboration in project work, remote maintenance and customer engagement.
Global organisations already had to work remotely, however, now it has come closer to home. What lessons did we learn and best practices can we share in remote collaboration? This webinar will take you along our journey as shared ecosystem.
Sjirk Boon, Philips IGT-S Clinical Science
Hans Onvlee, ASML
Moderation: Laura van Veen, ESI (TNO)
MBSE – adoption and added value
Model-based systems engineering has been around for some time and MBSE-tools are maturing rapidly. Despite all promises, the adoption of MBSE in the high-tech industry appears to be limited to some niches. How to explain this? Do the benefits of MBSE show in industrial practice? Who has adopted MBSE successfully and how did they do it?
Maarten Verhoeven, Vanderlande
Tom McDermott, Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC)
Teun Hendriks, ESI (TNO)
Moderation: Jacco Wesselius, ESI (TNO)
As high tech systems evolve, the potential number of failures grows exponentially. At the same time, we expect our systems to be producing 24/7. That puts high demands on diagnosability of these high tech systems: if they fail, one needs to find the error quickly to minimize loss of production or service. In this webinar we will give an overview of the field of intelligent diagnostics, both from the industrial point of view and from the research side: what has been achieved, what is needed in the foreseeable future.
Peter Kruizinga, Canon Production Printing
Steve King, Cranfield University
Kim Alexander Jorgensen, Lundin Norway AS
Moderation: Harm Munk, ESI (TNO)
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Every 1,5 year ESI organizes a symposium. Due to Covid19, we had to decide to postpone the ESI symposium 2020. Instead we organize the ESI webinar day 2020, as part 1 of the ESI symposium.
Please save the new date for part 2 of the ESI symposium:
ESI symposium 2021
April 20, 2021
Theme: digital enablement
See also ESI symposium 2019