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Internet of Supply Chain DE 2018

08:00
Registration opens & networking coffee
Registration opens & networking coffee
Registration opens & networking coffee
08:45
iNTERNET OF BUSINESS Welcome address
iNTERNET OF BUSINESS Welcome address
iNTERNET OF BUSINESS Welcome address
08:50
Lead Sponsor Welcome Address from capacilon

Jai Tamhane, Managing Director, Capacilon

Lead Sponsor Welcome Address from capacilon
Lead Sponsor Welcome Address from capacilon
09:00
cHAIRMAN'S OPENING REMARKS

Martijn Lofvers, CEO & Chief Trendwatcher, Supply Chain Media

cHAIRMAN'S OPENING REMARKS
cHAIRMAN'S OPENING REMARKS
09:10
case study: DIGITALISATION INDUSTRY 4.0 - A HOLISTIC JOURNEY

•        Industry 4.0 and Digital Transformation is a key strategic priority to further drive growth of the business

•        Big data and End-to-End Integration, Robotics, Sensorics, Analytics and Visualization mark key technologies with high business relevance

•        Agile realization of a digital transformation requires a clear governance structure

•        End-to-End analytics and planning simulation, supported by machine learning capability, supports better decision making in planning, making and delivering

•        Increasing integration of digital applications and maximum data compatibility accelerate benefits

•        Constant employee is key to exploit full benefits from technology

Phillip Kolb, Senior Manager Continuous Improvement, Henkel

case study: DIGITALISATION INDUSTRY 4.0 - A HOLISTIC JOURNEY
case study: DIGITALISATION INDUSTRY 4.0 - A HOLISTIC JOURNEY
09:40
Automation: Your Opportunity for Strategic Impact

There is a lot of talk about Big Data, Machine Learning, IoT, and Automation marking a paradigm shift in the way companies — and, more importantly, people — interact with supply chain. In this session, we will take a look at a supply chain machine learning algorithm in the real world and examine the opportunities it opens up for individuals to materially impact the business — and their careers.

Currently, the fundamental disconnect across supply chains handcuffs everyone to endless, expensive firefighting. This leaves little room for doing what people do best: finding creative opportunities to grow beyond the transactional day-to-day. A digitized, connected supply chain will offer solutions to automate logistical or tactical decisions so that the people of an organization can raise their heads from tedious processes and finally start driving strategic top-line growth.

In short: you will not be replaced by an algorithm if you don’t think like an algorithm. The truth is, automation can be a huge career opportunity

 Dean Ocampo, Director of Solutions Strategy, Elementum

Automation: Your Opportunity for Strategic Impact
Automation: Your Opportunity for Strategic Impact
10:00
Panel Discussion: WHAT ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR Increasing End to End Visibility in your Digital Supply Chain?

•        How and Why to connect your supply chain?

•        What are the most effective methods? Identifying, locating, and tracking the status of assets

•        A look at demand planning, SCM and IoT

•        Optimising supply chain responsiveness with big data & effective master data management

•        Maximising order fulfilment and reducing uncertainty, shortages and wastage

•        Looking at your technology priorities... network infrastructure, devices, applications, platforms, security solutions, and integration services

Moderator: Knud Lasse Lueth, CEO, IoT Analytics

Jakub Ctvrtnicek, Solutions Consultant, Amber Road

Julian Harrison, Head of Technology – Supply Chain, Asos.com

Alex Bähr, Director Processes & Data COE, Global Supply Chain & Sustainability, McDonald's Corporation

Panel Discussion: WHAT ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR Increasing End to End Visibility in your Digital Supply Chain?
Panel Discussion: WHAT ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE METHODS FOR Increasing End to End Visibility in your Digital Supply Chain?
10:40
Morning Coffee Break | Networking opportunity & 1-2-1 Meetings
Morning Coffee Break | Networking opportunity & 1-2-1 Meetings
Morning Coffee Break | Networking opportunity & 1-2-1 Meetings
11:40
Run with the pack – tips for overcoming organizational barriers to generate value from data in the supply chain context

The case for predictive analytics in MAN Supply Chain: Forecasting engine spare part demand based on engine sensor data

•        What did we do wrong – tips and learnings

•        Cross-functional development of business cases - value proposition

•        Cross-functional design for data collection/sensors

•        Feedback from business use/data usability

•        Now - so what? – how to (re)start?

•        Prioritisation of use cases for infrastructure development

•        Scaling for the domino (supply) chain – 1 use case enabling 20 new use cases

Szymon Furtak, Head of Supply Chain Planning and Development, MAN Diesel & Turbo

Run with the pack – tips for overcoming organizational barriers to generate value from data in the supply chain context
Run with the pack – tips for overcoming organizational barriers to generate value from data in the supply chain context
12:00
A LOOK AT PROVIDING SEAMLESS CONNECTIVITY

From developing new applications to offering managed services through seamless connectivity

 Speaker tbc, BICS

A LOOK AT PROVIDING SEAMLESS CONNECTIVITY
A LOOK AT PROVIDING SEAMLESS CONNECTIVITY
12:20
Mindmapping digital supply chain 4.0

Digital technology is disrupting traditional business and their supply chains. The main challenge is how digital technology can be part of truly integrated, re-designed supply chains and not simply added to existing processes and operations. Together with IMD Business School, Martijn Lofvers has created a practical mind map describing market trends, the impact on companies, the challenges and the improvements and outlining route for digital supply chains 4.0. Next to this, Supply Chain Media has developed a Maturity Matrix of European Supply Chain Start-ups addressing the 10 areas of digitization and innovation in the supply chain.

 

Martijn Lofvers, CEO & Chief Trendwatcher, Supply Chain Media NL

Mindmapping digital supply chain 4.0
Mindmapping digital supply chain 4.0
12:40
Supply Chain Evolution & Mobile IoT Transformation

The presentation will examine structural changes in supply chain management, brought about by new technology.  With particular focus on Virtualisation, IoT, Cloud, Collaboration tools, Big Data and in future Blockchain  

•        New Directions and Transformation

•        Disruption and its Impact

•        Changing Focus and Demands

Ben Bannister, Director IoT & Mobility, Tata Communications

Supply Chain Evolution & Mobile IoT
Transformation
Supply Chain Evolution & Mobile IoT
Transformation
13:00
Lunch break and networking opportunity
Lunch break and networking opportunity
Lunch break and networking opportunity
14:10
Afternoon Keynote: so, you want to develop & deliver the digital global supply chain

•        Understand Today’s Consumer Centric Supply Chain

•        Transforming a 152-year-old start-up

•        What have we learnt? How do we make tomorrow happen?

 

David Sheldon, Head of Global Supply Chain Development, Nestle

Afternoon Keynote: so, you want to develop & deliver the digital global supply chain
Afternoon Keynote: so, you want to develop & deliver the digital global supply chain
14:40
The Future of End-to-End Supply Chain

•        A look at Supply Chain from a Data & Analytics Perspective

•        Sharing best practice from on FMCG company

•        Identifying the impact of a improved forecasting with effectively analytics

•        How to get actionable insights out of data to uncover new insights?

Nadina Busuioc, Analytics Lead Supply Chain, P&G

The Future of End-to-End Supply Chain
The Future of End-to-End Supply Chain
15:10
FUTURE TRANSFORMATION PANEL

How will Data, Analytics and AI revolutionise tomorrow’s digital supply chain? 

•      A look at big data and master data management & the impact from IoT

 •      How can we drive better decisions and processes through AI?

•        What technological innovations will enable us to implement robotically and digitally controlled systems throughout out value chain?

•        What obstacles do we need to overcome to implement automation in sales, customer service, and operations tasks traditionally handled by humans?

Knud Lasse Lueth, CEO, IoT Analytics

Szymon Furtak, Head of Supply Chain Planning and Development, MAN Diesel & Turbo

Nadina Busuioc, Analytics Lead Supply Chain, P&G

Dean Ocampo, Director of Solutions Strategy, Elementum

FUTURE TRANSFORMATION PANEL
FUTURE TRANSFORMATION PANEL
15:40
Afternoon coffee break | networking & 1-2-1 meetings
Afternoon coffee break | networking & 1-2-1 meetings
Afternoon coffee break | networking & 1-2-1 meetings
16:40
examining the uses for blockchain: a case study

Roy Egberink, Senior Director Supply Chain, Michael Kors

examining the uses for blockchain: a case study
examining the uses for blockchain: a case study
17:00
KEYNOTE: Blockchain for Supply Chain Management

•        The disruptors tools in the last century

•        Blockchain, what’s that and how it works?

•        Where we are now, where we can go?

•        Why blockchain on supply chain

•        Use case 1: Letter of credit for import | Use case 2: Trackability all over the supply chain | Use case 3: TBD

Dario Calderoni, SCM Operation Director, Zalando

KEYNOTE: Blockchain
for Supply Chain Management
KEYNOTE: Blockchain
for Supply Chain Management
17:20
Panel discussion: beyond the hype? a look at the growing maturity of blockchain for scm

•        How technology is used in supply chain currently and where this is likely to go in the future

•        What are the needs motivating technological innovation in the Supply Chain

•        Understanding the impact to improve transparency and traceability as well as reduce administrative costs

•        How can the blockchain interact with the supply chain?

•        Benefits and future evolution

•        Study cases & projects that have been announced or have already gone live

Moderator: James Anderson, IoT Consultant, Capacilon 

Roy Egberink, Senior Director Supply Chain, Michael Kors

Jai Tamhane, Managing Director, Capacilon

Stefan Unger, Director Supply Chain Management, Key Account Management Projects, Carl Zeiss SMT

Dario Calderoni, SCM Operation Director, Zalando

Panel discussion: beyond the hype? a look at the growing maturity of blockchain for scm
Panel discussion: beyond the hype? a look at the growing maturity of blockchain for scm
18:00
Closing remarks from conference chair
Closing remarks from conference chair
Closing remarks from conference chair
18:10
Networking drinks reception sponsored by capacilon

You are invited to join us for some well-earned drinks and take the opportunity to network with all attendees in an informal setting.

Hosted by our Lead Sponsor, Capacilon

Networking drinks reception sponsored by capacilon
Networking drinks reception sponsored by capacilon
08:30
Registration & networking coffee
Registration & networking coffee
Registration & networking coffee
08:50
Opening remarks

Martijn Lofvers, CEO & Chief Trendwatcher, Supply Chain Media

Opening remarks
Opening remarks
09:00
KEYNOTE:A Look to the end to end impact on disrupting supply chains

Sean Culey, Leading author, keynote speaker and specialist on customer-centric business transformation. Visiting fellow at Cranfield University/ SCOR Master Instructor

KEYNOTE:A Look to the end to end impact on disrupting supply chains
KEYNOTE:A Look to the end to end impact on disrupting supply chains
09:40
Smart matching of Sea - and Inland transport in supply chain

•        What will it take to steer your supply chain on your criteria of choice? Reliability, costs, sustainability or flexibility?

•        What role have Ports to reduce the waist in our value chains?

•        While it is all about data sharing, how can we start sharing data for predictive solutions with trusted partners?

•        How can new IoT technologies help to match the seaside planning with inland planning

Paul Walter, Head Digital Strategy & Innovation, Port of Rotterdam

Smart
matching of Sea - and Inland transport in supply chain
Smart
matching of Sea - and Inland transport in supply chain
10:05
Intersection of changing supply chain technology and real estate

•        Growth and current position of logistics real estate sector within real estate industry and institutional investment community

•        Approx €35bn annual investment volume in Europe

•        What have been the major deals? Who are the major players? What’s going On?

•        How supply chain and e-commerce has already impacted the sector

•        New technologies will continue to have large impacts – not just on logistics real estate, but the real estate industry as a whole… Automation/robotics, 3D printing, Blockchain/IOT, Driverless cars

Logan Smith, Head of Logistics, International Investment Group, BNP Paribas Real Estate

Intersection of changing supply chain technology and real estate
Intersection of changing supply chain technology and real estate
10:30
Morning break and networking opportunity
Morning break and networking opportunity
Morning break and networking opportunity
11:30
the future of procurement & supply management

•        The effect of technology on the procurement & supply profession as well as associated practices, processes and strategies.

•        The impact on job roles and the likelihood (in percentage terms) of certain roles being fully automated.

•        The rise of the ''Titans'' (Amazon, facebook, google etc.)

•        The Future = ''Networked'' supply chains. Collaboration between buyers and suppliers.

•        A summary of the likely future scenarios for the profession and how to prepare for the future

Sam Achampong, Regional Director , CIPS MENA

the future of procurement & supply management
the future of procurement & supply management
11:50
ENHANCING SUPPLY CHAINS THROUGH BIG DATA ANALYTICS

•        Introduction of LPWAN for data     capturing.

•        Importance of geolocation for optimal control and security

Jaap Groot, Vice President, Semtech, LoRa Alliance

ENHANCING SUPPLY CHAINS THROUGH BIG DATA ANALYTICS
ENHANCING SUPPLY CHAINS THROUGH BIG DATA ANALYTICS
12:10
Quickfire Interactive Roundtables!

A 50 minute session where attendees have the chance to sit down with our top speakers and sponsors and ask those burning questions to define your IoT strategy

 

Roundtable 1: Blockchain under the microscope: A critical look

  • The truth about Smart Contracts
  • Legal and social issues of Blockchain
  • Improvements needed in Blockchain to align with Supply     Chain

Jai Tamhane, Managing Director, Capacilon

Roundtable 2: How will the transport network of the future guarantee your deliveries?

Most traditional transport networks are operationally driven. New transport networks, like those of Amazon and Uber, are purely based on technology and digitization. Let’s discuss if these new networks stand a chance and if they can fulfill the needs of shippers and consumers.

Peter-Paul Van Oosterhout, Business Development Manager, ShipitSmarter

Roundtable 3: Take control of Visibility in your Supply Chain

How to build a global control tower and enable a seamless process from design to delivery over your global supply chain? Let`s talk about Digitization in a world of Supply Chain and Global Trade and how we support our customers in this journey 

Jakub Ctvrtnicek, Solutions Consultant, Amber Road

Roundtable 4: What is your Blockchain Strategy?

Roy Egberink, Senior Director Supply Chain, Michael Kors

Roundtable 5: Barriers to Transformation: What's stopping success?

Sean Culey, Leading author, keynote speaker and specialist on customer-centric business transformation. Visiting fellow at Cranfield University/ SCOR Master Instructor

Roundtable 6: No-touch planning, the new reality?

Data is a real part of every business and every function. The domain of forecasting and planning is changing rapidly and is at the start of a new era. When you are in the middle of a big data tsunami, it's time to ask yourself the question: “Where to focus and what to do first? Or didn’t you start at all? Based on real life cases, EyeOn will discuss with you following questions:

- How to build expertise in extracting the real signals out of an exhaustive amounts of data?

- How to understand human behaviour and optimize added value in forecasting and planning?

- Should I focus on forecasting at all, or is the value of all that data somewhere else?

- How to balance machine and human decision making?

Emile van Geel , Senior Business Consultant, EyeOn

André Vriens, Managing Partner, EyeOn

Edward Versteijnen, Senior business consultant, EyeOn

Quickfire Interactive Roundtables!
Quickfire Interactive Roundtables!
13:00
Lunch and Networking Opportunities
Lunch and Networking Opportunities
Lunch and Networking Opportunities
14:00
Real life case examples in different environments

•        Actual uses for the Wirepas Mesh in different environments like logistics and cold chain logistics, healthcare, manufacturing, animal tracking and oil and gas industry for people safety. 

•        Detailed information of what kind of data can be collected and what can be done with it in terms of reports and alarms

Mirva Saarijärvi, Director of Product Marketing for Wide Area Mesh Asset Management Wirepas

Real life case examples in
different environments
Real life case examples in
different environments
14:30
Exploring standardisation and implementation: The Harmonised Parcel Label and data exchange

•        Aligning business objectives to determine what to standardise and how to standardise

•        Understanding which technologies will reduce your costs and improve responsiveness

•        Creating a standardised supply chain process across multiple business units

•        Standardisation as a competitive tool to further profitability

Frits van den Bos, Manager Innovation, GS1

Exploring standardisation and implementation: The Harmonised Parcel Label and data exchange
Exploring standardisation and implementation: The Harmonised Parcel Label and data exchange
15:00
A look at distributed ledger technologies (dlt) & artificial intelligence (ai) and their impact on the Supply Chain

Raul Coutinho Garrido, CTO, Marionete

A look at distributed ledger technologies (dlt) & artificial intelligence (ai) and their impact on the Supply Chain
A look at distributed ledger technologies (dlt) & artificial intelligence (ai) and their impact on the Supply Chain
15:30
Variable delivery time slots in e-grocery & E-BUSINESS

•        Banalities, related to the last mile logistics that no one thinks about

•        Punctuality of delivery, by E-grocers not recognised and not acknowledged commodity

•        Variable time slots as a weapon in the competition

•        Why do companies barely use variable time slots?

Mikhail Konstantinov, Supply Chain & Logistics Researcher

Variable delivery time slots in e-grocery & E-BUSINESS
Variable delivery time slots in e-grocery & E-BUSINESS
15:50
Closing wrap up
Closing wrap up
Closing wrap up
16:00
Conference close
Conference close
Conference close