IMaR and MTU staff and researchers will be be presenting a breakfast event titled Creating the Future in Smart Manufacturing as part of Berlin Science Week.The event will outline how German companies are collaborating with Lero the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software on developing innovative autonomous systems for next generation manufacturing and products using software and Industry 4.0
This event will take place on Friday the 5th of November from 08.00 to 09.00 Europe/Berlin Time.
What do the innovative autonomous systems for next generation manufacturing and products look like?
The digital transformation of businesses and industries is accelerating, presenting numerous opportunities to develop new products, processes and services. The ability of companies to innovate is greatly facilitated through collaborative networks. The IMaR Research Centre at Munster Technological University, Ireland has a long track record in researching and developing digital solutions for manufacturing companies, including Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems and augmented and virtual reality technologies. Much of this work has been done in collaboration with German companies, supported by Science Foundation Ireland. In this breakfast event, IMaR and its German partners in Ireland, Kostal Ireland GmbH and Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd, will share their experiences working together on Industry 4.0 and related technologies.
What does the future of manufacturing look like? What’s trending? What are the challenges? What does the future of Manufacturing Engineering Education look like? Professor Joseph Walsh from MTU, Kerry and the world-leading SFI Research Centre for Software, Lero, will discuss these questions in a keynote at the Embassy of Ireland in Berlin. This will be followed by case studies of collaborative developments between MTU and Lero’s German partners, Kostal and Liebherr. The session will conclude with a Q&A, where you will have the chance to ask questions about the future of software and manufacturing!
The language of this event is English. The target audience includes academics, young professionals, the manufacturing industry, venture capital, funding institutions, policy makers and anyone else in between who has an interest in future manufacturing.
PUBLIC DISCUSSION VIA WEBEX AND ON-SITE AT THE EMBASSY OF IRELAND. PLEASE REGISTER.
This a hybrid event. Due to current health and safety restrictions, a limited number of people will be able to attend in person at the Embassy of Ireland (invitation only). The online event is free and open to everyone to attend.
If you would like to attend virtually, please book your spot here. Access to the event will be provided after registration by the organiser.