Time: 12-13 | July | 2018
CONFERENCE AGENDADAY 1 Thursday, 12/07/2018 | The Government Office
Agenda 1: WELCOME MEETING
* Time: 15:00 – 17:00
THE STEERING COMMITTEE OF INDUSTRY 4.0 SUMMIT 2018
Directly guided by leaderships from the Government and the Central Economic Commission:
Industry 4.0 Summit and Expo 2018 is directly guided by H.E. Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Member of the Politburo, Prime Minister of Vietnam and H.E. Nguyen Van Binh, Member of the Politburo, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Chairman of the Central Economic Commission
H.E. NGUYEN XUAN PHUC
H.E. NGUYEN VAN BINH
SPEAKERS AT CONFERENCE 2018
Industry 4.0 Summit 2018 Exhibition promises to bring visitors new experiences with technology and smart manufacturing applications/products from leading technology corporations such as Smart Factory, Automation, 3D Printing, AI & Robotics, Smart Sensor, Big Data, Block chain, Network Security, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), e-KYC, Cloud Computing, Mobile Device, Authentication, Customer Experience (CX) solutions,etc.
Southeast Asian countries are generally optimistic about the use of emerging technologies, such as advanced analytics in manufacturing industries, but the positive sentiment has not led to action
A majority of ASEAN companies are optimistic about the benefits of Industry 4.0, underscoring the transformative potential of emerging technologies such as advanced analytics, 3-D printing and industrial automation across the region’s manufacturing industries.
According to the International Labor Organization (ILO), for example, 86 per cent of workers in Việt Nam’s textile and footwear industries are at great risk of losing their jobs under the influence of technological breakthroughs caused by Industry 4.0.
HÀ NỘI – Industry 4.0 poses a challenge to the Vietnamese labour force so significant that the only way to meet it is to impose reforms across the board, starting with education and training programmes, experts agreed at a seminar yesterday in Hà Nội.
A new method of carbon fiber composite 3D printing is under development at Swinburne University of Technology.
Part of the Australian Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Testlab initiative, the so-termed ‘Multilayer’ technology is delivered by Fill, a special machinery and plant construction company headquartered in Austria.
A total of 300 Singapore-based companies across all industries can get a free evaluation of their readiness to move into Industry 4.0, as part of the Government's efforts to drive the adoption of advanced manufacturing and help manufacturers build smart factories of the future.
ONLY 25 of 100 countries evaluated by the World Economic Forum are positioned to benefit from Industry 4.0. Malaysia is one of them.
In a report, “Readiness for the Future of Production”, the researchers used new benchmarks, diagnostic tools and data to help countries understand their readiness for the future of production, as well as corresponding opportunities and challenges.
Sweeping changes in technology are disrupting nearly all sectors of the global market. In the home, the shop floor, the factory and the hospital, and even our daily commute, technology is leading to huge changes in commercial business models. Why should manufacturing be any different?
SF Motors Unveils Advanced Intelligent Electric Vehicle Technology to Accelerate Global Access to EVs
– Proprietary powertrain delivers 1000 horsepower and accelerates to 60 miles per hour in less than 3 seconds
– Targeting “protective autonomy" safety technology by 2020, using a LiDAR system to handle typical driving tasks even in adverse weather and road conditions
Technologically at the cutting edge and fully connected: Daimler Trucks is launching a new era of truck production in Brazil, involving systematic implementation of Industry 4.0 concepts. A completely new type of truck assembly line has now commenced operation at the Brazilian Sao Bernardo do Campo plant of Daimler subsidiary Mercedes-Benz do Brasil.
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