IR4.0 ME
Expo & Summit.
29th September - 1st October 2020
Bahrain Exhibition Centre

"The fusion of technologies and their interaction across the physical, digital and biological domains makes the fourth industrial revolution fundamentally different from previous revolutions."

- Klaus Schwab, The Fourth Industrial Revolution




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The Expo



Driven by innovation, the core technologies fitting within IR 4.0 include: Advanced Materials, Smart Manufacturing, Energy, The Cloud & Big Data, Synthetic Biology, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Blockchain, 3D Printing, and the Internet Of Things. Individually these are fascinating breakthroughs in their own right, but collectively they have deep implications for business and society.





The Summit



IR4.0 ME will serve to provide a ‘big-tent’ bringing together thought leaders contributing and leading the Fourth Industrial Revolution alongside companies and entrepreneurs who are innovators and practically involved in implementing IR4.0 to exchange ideas and showcase their products and expertise. The summit will include the traditional resources and elements of Industry for which IR4.0 is seeking to revolutionize.





Here's what to expect at the Event



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Summit Schedule

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Day 1

- 30th September 2020


09:30 - 09:55
Future Ready or Future Shock - IR4.0 is Here!

10:00 - 10:45
The Transition to a Manufacturing Sector Fit for the Future - Challenges & Triumphs

10:45 - 11:10
Networking Coffee

11:10 - 11:55
The New Energy Landscape and What it Means for Industrial Users

12:00 - 12:30
3D Printing – The Driver of the ‘4th Industrial Revolution’

12:35 - 12:55
IIOT International Case Study Presentation

13:00 - 13:30
Introducing Factory Digitalisation Step-by-Step

13:30 - 14:50
Networking Lunch

15:00 - 16:00
IR4.0 Academy (click for session details)


Chalk Talk 1: Deploying Edge, Fog and Cloud Computing for Industry
  • How do edge, fog, and cloud computing converge?
  • How do edge, fog and cloud computing impact predictive maintenance?
  • What capabilities are enabled or enhanced through the use of edge computing?
  • What is the biggest paradigm shift to manufacturing operations as a result of edge computing?

Chalk Talk 2: Practical Use of 3D Printing Technologies and Robotics for Repairs and Maintenance
  • Assessing the potential of ‘repair bots’ and 3D printing technologies to manage repairs
  • Fast-tracking rapid repair services with 3D and robotics technologies
  • Managing material wastage, complex and restrictive design, and limited availability of skilled labour

Chalk Talk 3: Robot Skill Transfer from Simulation to Real World Deployment in Manufacturing Industries and Warehouses

Chalk Talk 4: The Application of Big Data for Smart Manufacturing
  • Dynamics of Big Data analytics and AI to edge computing in smart factories

Day 2

- 1st October 2020


09:30 - 09:55
Future Ready - Mapping an Industrial Future for Cities 4.0 and Future Hubs

10:00 - 10:45
Connectivity in the Era of IR4.0: Gaps, Success and Failures

10:45 - 11:10
Networking Coffee

11:15 - 12:10
Digitalisation in Process Engineering

12:15 - 12:55
The Future of Jobs, Building a Digital Workforce

13:00 - 13:30
Developing an Eco-System for IR4.0 in the Middle East

13:30 - 14:50
Networking Lunch

15:00 - 16:00
IR4.0 Academy (click for session details)


Chalk Talk 1: Deploying Edge, Fog and Cloud Computing for Industry
  • How do edge, fog, and cloud computing converge?
  • How do edge, fog and cloud computing impact predictive maintenance?
  • What capabilities are enabled or enhanced through the use of edge computing?
  • What is the biggest paradigm shift to manufacturing operations as a result of edge computing?

Chalk Talk 2: Practical Use of 3D Printing Technologies and Robotics for Repairs and Maintenance
  • Assessing the potential of ‘repair bots’ and 3D printing technologies to manage repairs
  • Fast-tracking rapid repair services with 3D and robotics technologies
  • Managing material wastage, complex and restrictive design, and limited availability of skilled labour

Chalk Talk 3: Robot Skill Transfer from Simulation to Real World Deployment in Manufacturing Industries and Warehouses

Chalk Talk 4: The Application of Big Data for Smart Manufacturing
  • Dynamics of Big Data analytics and AI to edge computing in smart factories



Location

Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre 158 Avenue 28, Sanabis

With 14,000 square meters of exhibition space and 1,400 square meters of function space, BIECC is able to hold approximately 5,000 delegates and up to 30,000 visitors each day with a car park for 800 cars.




Email
info@hilalce.com

Phone
+973 17 299 123

Address
Hilal Conferences & Exhibitions
PO Box 1100, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain