International Digital Enablement Week
Throughout this week (April 13 - April 20, 2021) you can attend online events on hot topics from the world of complex high-tech systems. All events will feature speakers from industry and universities that introduce the problem and explore solutions, followed by discussions with all participants. A detailed program introducing the lectures will be published on the website along with the confirmation and information that you will receive after registration.
Tuesday April 13, 2021
Jan Bosch, Professor of Software Engineering, Director Software Center, Chalmers University of Technology : "Why digitalization will kill your company too"
Digitalization is the great disruptor of the embedded systems industry and many companies are struggling to respond. During the keynote, I discuss the key implications for systems engineering as well as business models as well as present industry best practice approaches to dealing with software (DevOps), data (DataOps) and AI (MLOps). The talk is based on examples from several companies that are members of Software Center.
Friday April 16, 2021
Brynn Watson, VP for Digital Transformation, Lockheed Martin: "Digital Transformation in Aerospace and Defense"
Lockheed Martin has been on a digital transformation journey for several years, embedding model-based systems engineering across its global operations. In this presentation, Brynn Watson, Vice President of Enterprise Innovation and Digital Transformation Excellence at Lockheed Martin, will discuss the unique requirements, challenges and opportunities associated with digital transformation in the aerospace and defense industry. Brynn will highlight lessons learned and future priorities for the company, spanning technology, process and culture initiatives.
Monday April 19, 2021
Jacob Groote., Executive Vice President 5G, KPN: "Business First Technology Second"
Tuesday April 20, 2021
Jim Koonmen, Executive Vice President of ASML Applications: "ASML’s Holistic Lithography Strategy: Delivering value in an increasingly complex customer environment"
The semiconductor industry is driven by affordable scaling, which is powered by ASML’s holistic lithography product portfolio. We provide our customers with everything they need – hardware, software and services – to mass produce patterns on silicon, allowing them to increase the value and lower the cost of a chip. As the complexity of each successive generation of solutions continues to increase, so does the amount of data generated by each of ASML’s tools. ASML continues to invest heavily to generate value for its customers from these data streams, employing sophisticated algorithmic and deep learning approaches across a variety of application areas.
Are you interested to know how to deal with your legacy? Would you like to be informed about latest verification and validation strategies? Is systems modeling part of your systems engineering strategy? Is platform-based engineering a concern or a benefit? How to use field data in conjunction with system models and artificial intelligence techniques? These - and many other - questions will be addressed in a one-week online event that will feature a varied program with interactive sessions inspired by contributions of industry and research organizations
Every working day from 13-20 April there will be an on-line event from 14h30-17h30 organized by ESI (TNO) and its national and international partners High Tech NL, OFFIS/DLR, SERC and TNO.
Tuesday April 13, 2021: Managing your legacy - ESI
Wednesday April 14, 2021: Hoe volg ik mijn klant?! (in Dutch) - ESI and High-Tech NL go
Thursday April 15, 2021: Verification, validation, configuration - ESI and OFFIS/DLR (Germany) go
Friday April 16, 2021: MBSE applied - ESI and SERC (USA) go
Monday April 19, 2021: Data sharing, AI, and digital twinning - ESI and TNO unit ICT go
Tuesday April 20, 2021: Reference architecting - ESI go
Klick here to registrate.