On the afternoon of October 11, 2018, sponsored by the People's Government of Jiangsu Province, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the China Association for Science and Technology, the China Association for the Advancement of Intelligent Manufacturing, the International Intelligent Manufacturing Alliance (CPF), China Mechanical Engineering The Society, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, the German Institute of Electrical Engineering (DKE), e-works Digital Enterprise Network, and the Nanjing Robotics Institute co-organized the "2018 World Intelligent Manufacturing Conference - Intelligent Manufacturing Global Integration and Innovation Development Forum" at the Nanjing International Expo The center was successfully held.
Vice Chairman of the China Association for the Advancement of Intelligent Manufacturing, Chairman of the Association of Southeastern University, Zhang Guangjun, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Dean of the School of Mechanical Engineering of Zhejiang University, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, Yang Huayong, Deputy Secretary-General of the China Association for the Advancement of Intelligent Manufacturing, Wu Youhua, German Electrician Chairman of the Committee (DKE), Roland Bent, CTO of Phoenix Contact Group, head of supply chain of Ericsson China, Tomas Qvist, President of Nanjing Ericsson Panda Communication Co., Ltd., Vice President of Mitsubishi Electric (China) Co., Ltd. Manager Yingchuan Gangzhi, Shen Hongfeng, Head of AVEVA Software Asia Pacific Operations, Dr. Holger Flatt, Director of International Business Development, Smart Factory, Lemgo Industrial Automation Application Center, Fraunhofer, Germany, etc. from China International experts from Germany, Sweden and Japan attended the forum. More than 200 representatives from universities, research institutes, well-known domestic and foreign manufacturing companies and software companies participated in the forum.
“2018 World Intelligent Manufacturing Conference – Smart Manufacturing Global Convergence and Innovation Development Forum”
The forum was hosted by Dr. Xu Jun, General Manager of e-works Digital Enterprise Network. Academician Zhang Guangjun delivered a speech. He pointed out that the implementation of intelligent manufacturing requires manufacturing enterprises, intelligent manufacturing solution providers, scientific research institutions, and universities to jointly build an ecosystem and work together. At the moment when smart manufacturing is being promoted globally, it is necessary to carry out extensive and pragmatic in the fields of intelligent manufacturing development trends and policy research, intelligent manufacturing technology research and development and application key areas, intelligent manufacturing standards, intelligent manufacturing implementation methodology, and intelligent manufacturing personnel training. International cooperation to achieve complementary advantages. Academician Zhang Guangjun also introduced the latest work progress of the China Association for Science and Technology Intelligent Manufacturing Association.
Vice Chairman of the Presidium of the China Association for the Advancement of Intelligent Manufacturing, President of the Southeast University, and Academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering Zhang Guangjun
Forum host e-works digital enterprise network general manager Dr. Xu Jun
Mr. Tomas Qvist shared Ericsson's practical application of intelligent manufacturing and the Internet of Things. Mr. Tomas emphasized that the advent of the 5G era has brought more possibilities to smart manufacturing, and Ericsson is accelerating the establishment of the 5G IoT ecosystem. In the promotion of intelligent manufacturing, Ericsson has established a number of intelligent production lines and workshops, realized visual management and quality data traceability, and adopted a large number of VR technology for fault diagnosis. In addition, the R&D department is instructed to optimize and upgrade the product by collecting product operation data in real time.
Head of Ericsson China Supply Business, President of Nanjing Ericsson Panda Communication Co., Ltd. Tomas Qvist
Mr. Roland Bent gave a speech on the topic of Sino-German Cooperation in the Field of Intelligent Manufacturing. He pointed out that digitalization is changing the whole world. As factories become more intelligent, the production chain becomes more flexible, and eventually more productivity will be tapped. In the advancement of intelligent manufacturing, China and Germany have their own advantages. Germany created the Industry 4.0 platform and created an ecological production ecosystem to help German companies achieve the industry 4.0. China has also launched the China Manufacturing 2025 strategy. Its advantages are its huge industrial base and advanced communication technology. It is also very strong in the fields of industrial robots and AR technology. Only by combining the advantages of both countries can the two sides provide a good environment for standardization and corporate cooperation. And create more power.
Chairman of the German Electrotechnical Commission (DKE), Roland Bent, CTO of Phoenix Contact Group
Mr. Yingchuan Gangzhi shared Mitsubishi Electric's green smart solution. At present, all countries in the world are vigorously promoting the transformation and upgrading of manufacturing industry. Japan has proposed Society 5.0, and the goal is to achieve a highly intelligent society in which physical space and virtual space are highly integrated. Mitsubishi Electric's e-F@ctory solution aims to drive business improvement from the production site, helping companies to drive cutting-edge manufacturing, lower total cost of ownership and increase corporate value. Mitsubishi Electric focuses on energy conservation, environmental protection and technological innovation, and advocates that manufacturing enterprises can promote green manufacturing while promoting smart manufacturing. Enterprises should vigorously promote energy JIT, and simultaneously monitor, collect, and analyze production processes and energy consumption, which is better for manufacturing companies. Improve costs.
Yingchuan Gangzhi, deputy general manager of Mitsubishi Electric (China) Co., Ltd.
Mr. Shen Hongfeng introduced the commercial value that digital transformation can bring to enterprises. Digital transformation helps companies reduce costs, reduce time and risk of capital projects, plan and schedule operations to ensure maximum profitability, and control and control to ensure performance and safety. He also shared how many manufacturing companies use the AVEVA industrial software platform for digital transformation in conjunction with a number of practical cases.
AVEVA Software (Schneider Electric Software Division) Asia Pacific Operations Manager Shen Hongfeng
Academician Yang Huayong interpreted "Intelligent Manufacturing under Sustainable Development". He believes that intelligent manufacturing has five major technical characteristics, which can bring five major changes to the enterprise: product development model parallelization and synergy, flexible manufacturing system reconfigurable, production factor standardization, process, knowledge, product production The method is customized in large quantities, and the product functions are more intelligent. Academician Yang Huayong also introduced the development of intelligent engineering equipment with intelligent engineering machinery as an example, and described the characteristics of interaction, perception, analysis and decision-making of future intelligent equipment.
Yang Huayong, Dean of School of Mechanical Engineering, Zhejiang University, and Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering
Dr. Holger Flatt introduces the research progress of German Industry 4.0, the Fraunhofer Association and the It's OWL (Intelligent Technical Systems OstWestfalen Lippe) Intelligent Technology System Network Alliance, and the topic of "Intellectual Knowledge Transfer". The manufacturing company and the organization's possible ways of cooperation were introduced. He said that It's OWL is primarily focused on innovation in the fields of mechanical engineering, automation and energy technology. Smart Factory OWL in Lemgo is dedicated to solving the most important digital research topics in the future factory floor.
Dr. Holger Flatt, Director of International Business Development, Smart Factory, Lemgo Industrial Automation Application Center, Fraunhofer AG, Germany
At the end of the forum, four guests, Mr. Yingchuan Gangzhi, Mr. Shen Hongfeng, Dr. HolgerFlatt, and the representative of the company from the automotive industry, Li Xue, gathered on the stage and launched the theme “How to achieve global integration and development of intelligent manufacturing under the new situation”. At the roundtable discussion, the guests focused on “how to look at the relationship between smart manufacturing, artificial intelligence and industrial internet, how to make them better value for manufacturing enterprises” and “how small and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises should develop digital and intelligent development. Issues such as goals and implementation strategies, "promoting global integration of smart manufacturing and win-win cooperation, and what kind of recommendations are made from different levels of government and enterprises" have been explored and analyzed.
Round table forum
This forum focuses on the globalization and innovation of intelligent manufacturing. Through the interpretation of the status quo and trends of intelligent manufacturing in China and foreign countries, the case sharing of internationally renowned manufacturing companies and the introduction of advanced industrial software solutions provide ideas for manufacturing enterprises to promote the implementation of intelligent manufacturing. With reference, it has played a positive role in promoting cooperation and deepening of technology in the field of intelligent manufacturing.
The forum ended in a warm atmosphere, and the live broadcast was full. The live online live broadcast also attracted the attention of nearly 3,000 viewers.