Session on Industry 4.0 -Upscaling Manufacturing Competitiveness


15-March-2019 10:00 - 13:00
Conference Room B

SESSION OBJECTIVE

Department of Heavy Industries (DHI) has initiated ‘SAMARTH Udyog Bharat 4.0 projects’ with the objective to facilitate and create ecosystem for propagation of Industry 4.0 set of technologies in every Indian manufacturing by 2025, be it MNC, large, medium or small scale Indian company.

EEPC India in collaboration with DHI is organizing ‘Session on Industry 4.0’ to develop awareness and demystification of the concept of ‘Industry 4.0’ by developing network and cooperation between industry and academia.

DRAFT AGENDA
1000-1030 hrs Registration
1030-1100 Hrs Inaugural Session
  • 1030-1035 Hrs
  • 1035-1050 Hrs
  • 1050-1100 Hrs
  • Welcome Address by EEPC India
  • Keynote Address by Department of Heavy Industry, Government of India
  • Special Address By Department of Heavy Industry, Government of India
Panel Discussion

1100-1215 Hrs
  • Industry perspective and need to move up the value chain
  • Smart, affordable point solutions for MSMEs
  • Support development of indigenous Industry 4.0 Standards, Protocols and Middleware
  • Southern India, Leading Industry 4.0 competitiveness in Engineering manufacturing in India
  • Coimbatore Foundry & Industry Owners Association (COFIOA)
  • Indian Machine Tool Manufacturers’ Association (IMTMA)
  • The Southern India Engineering Manufacturers’ Association (SIEMA) (Pump & Valve Industry)
Discussions & Q&A

Technical Talks by Industry 4.0 Technology providers
  • Talk by CMTI Bangalore
  • Talk by Indian Institute of Technology Madras
  • Talk by Indian Institute of Science
Success Stories
  • Talk on Innovate OR Perish – by Shri Srinivas Shirgurkar, Managing Director, Ace Designers, Bangalore
  • Talk on Technological Empowerment Of SMEs through Industry 4.0 by: Shri Anupam Gupta, Robert Bosch, Bangalore
  • International Perspective by Malaysia Automotive Robotics & IOT Institute (MARii)
  • Rapporteuring & Concluding Remarks by Mr Bhaskar Sarkar, Advisor, Technology Vertical, EEPC India on Technology Upgardation Initiative & Technology Centre