The tutorials are limited to a maximum of 30 participants each, therefore registration is required using the following forms. We ask you to rank your preferences from the first to the last. The reservations are made on a first-come-first-served basis up to the maximum number of participants. We will try to reserve a seat for you starting from your most preferred option to the least one. The tutorials are free of charge for participants registered to INCOM 2018.
Sending the form does not ensure the availability of the requested tutorial: you will receive a confirmation via e-mail.
Tutorial 1: Human–robot collaboration. Practical cases – ABB – new.abb.com – Monday June 11, 14:00 – 16:00 – Room 2 Pignolo
Speaker: Oscar Ferrato
ABB is a world-class leader in the field of power&automation. Its production facilities in Bergamo are surely one of the ‘best practices’ of Industry 4.0 Implementation, displaying a lean factory approach while also showcasing many cutting-edge industrial solutions, with a strong focus on digitalization and servitisation.
The objectives of this tutorial are:
- Introduction to collaborative robotics with emphasis on safety standards and collaboration typologies.
- Description of ABB´s collaborative robotics solutions (i.e. YUMI and collaborative IRB1200).
- Description of practical cases and applications in Italy.
Tutorial 2: Introduction to IoT, Cloud and Big Data towards Industry 4.0 – Intellimech – www.intellimech.it – Tuesday June 12, 14:00 – 16:00 – Room 2 Pignolo
Speaker: Andrea Piccinini, Alan Scarpellini
In this tutorial we are going to explain the techologies at basis of IoT, Cloud and Big Data. In the first part of the tutotial, an overview on IoT protocols will be provided (MQTT, XMPP, COAP ,…) showing pros and cons of them and how they can be used. In the second part, a benchmark of Cloud solution will be described illustrating the main services available and ready to use. Finally, an overview of databases will be presented in order to explain the concept of Big Data. In this phase, we will show the solution developed and proposed by Intellimech.
Tutorial 3: The sedApta Suite for Supply Chain Efficiency and Production Flexibility: a real case of a collaborative platform – www.sedapta.com – Tuesday June 12, 16:30 – 18:30 – Room 2 Pignolo
In this tutorial we are going to present a real case of collaborative platform implemented at a shop floor level able to support and orchestrate the Manufacturing processes through the cooperative management of scheduling process for production, quality and maintenance ensuring broad visibility for all functions and the capacity to act on every level, improving production efficiency and information flow between different departments and the overall performance of users in order to assess the execution and drive continuous manufacturing process improvement.