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Innovation 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. During the 2020 ESI symposium we will discuss the systems engineering approaches and engineering workforces required to be ‘digitally enabled’.
This event will feature a varied program with interactive sessions inspired by contributions of industrial and academic speakers. Moreover, there will be plenty of networking opportunities on the innovation market.
Jim Koonmen, ASML
Delivering value in an increasingly complex customer environment.
ASML’s Holistic Lithography Strategy
Jim Koonmen, Executive VP, Applications business at ASML
MBSE - what problem does it solve?
Managing your legacy
Remote engineering and training
Reference architectures and value-based architecting
Verification, validation, configuration
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