The Tech Tuesday on the 5th of June, marks the entrance of IoT technologies in the field of Manufacturing Automation. Altran invites all software automation engineers & with an Industrial Automation background, to attend this evening and meet up with engineers and consultants from all over the country. We are going to show an Advanced Manufacturing Optimization solution with its Architecture and examples of IoT based implementations used in the manufacturing environment together with examples of data-collection.

Schedule:

17h30: Walk-in with food and drinks
18h30: Start and welcome by Nikos Pantazopoulos (Altran)
18h35: Arjen van de Wetering (IBM) about the Watson IoT cloud platform (inclusive demonstration)
19h35: Break
19h45: Peter Westdorp about Advanced Manufacturing and the application of IoT in a Serialization project at Janssen Biologics.
20h30: Closing and drinks

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Practical matters:

Date: Tuesday 5th of June 2018
Time: 17h30 – 21h00
Location: Green Village, Bokhoeve 7, Nieuwegein
Parking: Free
Costs: None
Main language: Dutch

Questions & contact:

If you have any questions, please send them to werken@altran.com, using the subject line ‘Tech Tuesday Utrecht.’

About the speakers:

Arjen van de Wetering is a senior Consultant Internet of Things and Continuous Engineering at IBM. The Internet of Things is not some kind of hype, it is a direct result of the current state of technology. It helps companies to innovate their current business and develop new business models. Therefor we call the IoT disruptive. This makes it a very interesting area. As an IoT consultant I discuss the consequences of IoT, build demo's and proof of concepts and help customers and business partners explore and adopt innovative IoT solutions. Some of the projects that I am involved in are the Smart Infra Platform at the Port of Rotterdam, 3D Metal printing at RAMLAB and the Smart Cathodic Protection solution at Gemba.

 

Peter Westdorp is currently working for Johnson & Johnson and assigned to two global initiatives as program manager. For Data Integrity as well as Serialization he is leading a Community of Practice. In the serialization program which is covering all sectors like pharma, consumer and medical devices sector, the potential of applying IoT solutions is under investigation. These type of investigations also perfectly fits the work Peter is doing as member of the AMO core team within Altran. This core team is developing the AMO methodology to analyze a customers As-Is situation from a supply chain business perspective and to advise on a potential To-Be situation taking into account the strategic objectives defined by the customer and her shareholders wherein solutions like IoT might be a driver or an enabler to achieve these business objectives.