5. Linked Data Day 2019

Connecting the Dots -
Bye, bye Data Silos!

16th-17th May 2019, Darmstadt

darmstadtium - Science & Conference Centre

Even though your daily jobs might be different, the digitization’s challenges remain the same across various industries. Often, Linked Data is the answer to those challenges in the concert of technologies where data is processed through analytics and business intelligence tools, artificial intelligence and machine learning as much as Big Data and other concepts.

We believe that graph semantics can greatly enhance and upgrade each of these technologies through interaction, not competition. Thus, adding great value to provide knowledge across domains and platforms - step-by-step towards your Smart Company. 

Why you should attend?

Whether you are an established expert or rookie in your field, business or technology driven, from industry or research, decision maker or process owner, the event is the ideal platform for interdisciplinary exchange and knowledge gathering. Hear the newest scientific findings, learn from best practices and explore ideas with your peers. Creatively transfer knowledge from other branches that might revolutionize the way things are done.

This event is for you if your:

  • processes or organizational landscapes are heterogeneous
  • data is fragmented in different silos
  • complexity of products/services is enormous
  • workflow processes do not fit your holistic approach
  • amount & structure of data is increasing and evolving steadily
  • number and importance of connected business questions are steadily rising

Hear from experts hands-on on how the Knowledge Graph technology enables you to solve cross domain challenges of the digitization.

Join us in the heart of in Germany’s center for high-tech and "number one city of the future"

Icebreaker

Join us the evening before the conference in a convivial round. Meet old acquaintances and make new interesting contacts above the roofs of Darmstadt in the unique penthouse bar upéro


Speakers

We are pleased to have proven experts from research and practice as speakers on board. The program will be continuously updated with the confirmations of other exciting persons.

Karl-Heinz Land, neuland

Earth 5.0

His creativity and "thinking without limits" have made Karl-Heinz Land a pioneer of digital (r)evolution. He recognizes and describes connections where many do not even suspect them. He is a recipient of the Technology Pioneer Award, a member of the Senate of the Economy (Bonn) and the Blockchain Research Institute (Toronto).

With his theses on digitalization and its impact on economy, ecology and society, he inspires entrepreneurs, top executives and political representatives to deal with and act on digital change.

 

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Stark, Fraunhofer IPK

Data Networking in Product Design: Technologies, Challenges and Solutions

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Stark, born in 1964, is the head of the Virtual Product Design business unit at the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Systems and Design Technology (Fraunhofer IPK) and head of the Industrial Information Technology department at the Technical University of Berlin. He studied mechanical engineering at the Ruhr-University Bochum and the Texas A&M University (USA). After his doctorate, he joined Ford AG at the Chair of Design Technology/CAD of the Technical Faculty of Saarland University. In 2002, he was appointed Technical Director "Virtual Product Creation and Methods" of Ford Motor Company Europe and was responsible, among other things, for digital process and method projects in Europe for the Ford, Volvo and Jaguar/LandRover brands as well as for the partner collaborations with Mazda and the development partners and system suppliers. In February 2008, Rainer Stark was appointed Professor at the Technical University of Berlin. His research focuses on intuitive and context-related information modeling, intuitive and functionally experienceable virtual prototypes, function-oriented virtual product creation, and development processes and methodologies for product design.

 

Pawel Szymczak, Robert Bosch Sp. z o.o. 

Engineering Backbone for Linking Data

Pawel is an IT group leader for Product Engineering teams and in this role is responsible for tools and methods such as

  • Configure quotation
  • Knowledge-based engineering
  • Product Lifecycle Management

Currently, Pawel is responsible for the implementation of the ePLM Navigator. In his presentation, he will explain how the Bosch application based upon CONWEAVER Linksphere improves PLM traceability in a complex, cross-organizational environment.

 

Oliver Markovic, Daimler AG

Digital Twin enabled by Linked Data

More Information coming soon... 

 

 

 

We look forward to your participation!

Icebreaker booking is included in all options and only possible in combination with participation in the event.

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Marc Fauquembergue

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