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Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 On-Site Guide
Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015
On-Site Guide
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Editorial & Moderators | Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin
Editorial
Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin | Keynote Speakers
Keynote Speakers
Dear customers and partners,
We warmly welcome you to Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015. After receiving such great feedback last
year, we are excited to host the conference on an even larger scale this year. High-caliber executives,
thought leaders, and expert speakers have flown in from all over the world to spend the next two
days sharing their best practices and case studies related to IoT-empowered products, services, and
solutions. At the end of the first day, we hope you will attend our exclusive networking dinner at
Umspannwerk Alexanderplatz. We look forward to spending the next two days with you!
Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach
CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
Moderators
Dr. Volkmar Denner, Chairman, Board of Management Robert Bosch GmbH
From Hype to Business Success in a ConnectedWorld
The Internet of Things has given rise to great expectations; at the moment, these expectations
are greater than ever. This keynote will have a look at the hurdles faced by the IoT community
on the way to market success and will provide concrete guidance on how to tackle them based
on experience from Bosch projects. The keynote will end with a practical demonstration from
the realm of connected industry.
Ulrich Grillo, President, Federation of German Industries BDI
What Economic Policy Can Do to Make Connectivity a Winning Game
The central theme of the speech is how to ensure the future viability of European industry. BDI
President Ulrich Grillo asks industry and politics to act quickly. The year 2015 is the beginning
of a decade that will fundamentally change whole industrial value chains. To make the most of
the new opportunities offered by the IoT, the right course has to be set now.
Technology Track
Dr. Richard Mark Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Dr. Stefan Ferber, Vice President Engineering, Bosch Software Innovations
Dr. Stefan Ferber has more than twenty years of experience in software development, software processes, software product lines, and software architectures for embedded computer vision, and IT
domains. He is an official SEI-certified ATAM (Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method) lead evaluator.
The Industrial Revolution Meets the Internet Revolution
The ideas behind the Internet of Things are not new; indeed, what has happened is really a
convergence of existing technologies, better economics, and corporate strategies. As the
number of sensors in the world rapidly outpaces the world population, the internet revolution
is finally having an impact on the industrial revolution.
Executive Panel Discussions
Christoph Keese, Executive Vice President, Axel Springer
Dirk Slama, Conference Chair Bosch ConnectedWorld, Director Business Development
Dirk Slama is specialized in M2M / IoT, BPM, and the design of distributed application systems. His
work has taken him around the world and he has helped customers such as Boeing, Lufthansa Systems,
AT&T, and the Halifax Bank of Scotland to implement very large IT projects. Dirk is the co-author of
Enterprise BPM, Enterprise SOA, Enterprise CORBA and Enterprise IoT.
Silicon Valley – What to Expect from the Most Powerful Region in the World
Christoph Keese shares insights from his time spent in Silicon Valley. He met inventors, founders,
venture capitalists, and professors from Stanford and Berkeley – researching patterns and
drivers of success in the growing internet market.
Business Track – ConnectedCities
Dr. Stefan Bungart, Leader of GE Software Europe at GE Global Research, General Electric (GE)
Didier Manning, Global Program Manager for Smart Cities, Bosch Software Innovations
Didier Manning has been Global Program Manager for Smart Cities since November 2012. Before that,
he was a key account manager for diesel projects worldwide in the commercial vehicle and off-highway
segments. There he gained valuable experience in complex ecosystems, one of the key prerequisites
for working with cities of any size all around the world.
Data Eats the World
The exploding availability of data in many different formats and our ability to handle and analyze
ever larger volumes of data at speed are changing the way humans interact with machines, the
environment, and each other. In his presentation, Dr. Bungart explores what happens when
minds and machines meet at the cutting edge of science and technology.
Business Track – ConnectedManufacturing
Prof. Herbert Kohler, Vice President Group Research, Daimler AG
Dr. Daniel Hug, Head of Vertical Manufacturing & Logistics, Bosch Software Innovations
Dr. Daniel Hug has been Head of Vertical Manufacturing & Logistics at Bosch Software Innovations
since 2014. In this role, Daniel is responsible for developing manufacturing- and logistics-related IoT
applications. He has held various management positions in development, operations, and planning at
Bosch over the past 12 years.
Mobility and Connectivity
Prof. Kohler’s presentation will give a detailed look into the connected world of Daimler’s
vehicles. It will focus mainly on the Mercedes Connect me services and the importance of
data security and privacy. Furthermore, the advantages of the new Bosch Charge&Pay app
for Daimler’s PHEVs and EVs will be presented.
Business Track – ConnectedHomes and Buildings
Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover
Harald Frisch, Senior Manager Business Development, Bosch Software Innovations
Harald Frisch is driving the establishment of a B2B ecosystem for interoperability as part of Bosch,
Cisco, and ABB’s smart home joint venture. Previously, he worked for Bosch Healthcare in Palo Alto,
California, in strategy and business development. Harald’s background is in telecommunications,
where he has over 15 years of experience with companies such as Alcatel-Lucent, debitel, and Swisscom.
Car Connectivity – The Race Is On, Who Will Be the Winner?
In the Internet of Things, the car promises the biggest opportunities, offering huge value creation
potential for all stakeholders: drivers, OEMs, dealers, etc. That means a crowded playing field,
with car manufacturers competing against Google and Apple. Who will be the winner?
Business Track – ConnectedMobility
Daniela Hartmann-Ege, Vice President of ConnectedMobility, Bosch Software Innovations
Daniela Hartmann-Ege has a wealth of experience in the area of software development, processes,
and architecture – both in classic IT and in the provision of web-based services and portals. She
worked at Daimler AG for several years before joining the Bosch Group in 1996. Daniela Hartmann-Ege
has been Vice President of ConnectedMobility at Bosch Software Innovations since 2012.
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Sponsors & Exhibitors | Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin
Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin | Sponsors & Exhibitors
Sponsors & Exhibitors
About the Participating Bosch Divisions
Gold Sponsors
Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps
companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by
proving that amazing things can happen when you
connect the previously unconnected. For ongoing
news, please go to http://thenetwork.cisco.com.
SAP: As market leader in enterprise application software, SAP helps companies of all sizes and industries
innovate through simp­lification. From back office to
boardroom, warehouse to storefront, on premise to
cloud, desktop to mobile device – SAP empowers
people and organizations to work together more
­efficiently and use business insight more effectively
to stay ahead of the competition.
Automotive Aftermarket
The Automotive Aftermarket division provides repair shop equip­
ment and a wide range of spare parts for passenger cars and
commercial vehicles. More than 13,000 associates in 150 c
­ ountries
ensure that some 450,000 different spare parts reach customers
quickly and on time. In the business unit “Automotive Service
Solutions”, AA supplies service solutions in areas such as vehicle
and component testing, tools, diagnostic software, and services.
Intel is a world leader in computing innovation. Intel
solutions for the IoT enable more intelligent ­devices,
support end-to-end analytics, and s
­ eamlessly connect
legacy devices to the cloud. Intel is working with a
large community of solution providers to ­develop IoT
solutions for organizations and businesses, including
industrial, retail, automotive, energy, and healthcare
industries.
Vodafone Machine-to-Machine connects previously
isolated machines or devices to the internet, delivering new functionality and enhanced services without
the need for human intervention. Supported by
more than 250 dedicated employees, Vodafone’s
global M2M platform makes it easy for global
businesses to centrally manage M2M deployments
across multiple territories, with greater control and
at lower cost.
Car Multimedia
Bosch Car Multimedia develops smart solutions for the integration
of entertainment, navigation, telematics, and driver assistance
functions in the OE business. Information, communication, and
entertainment both in and with the vehicle are an integral part
of automotive development. Bosch solutions concentrate on
reducing driver distraction by implementing user-focused HMI
concepts.
Silver Sponsors
Dassault Systèmes: Since its foundation in 1981,
Dassault Systèmes, the 3DEXPERIENCE Company,
has revolutionized the industry. As world leader
in 3D design software, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), the group brings
value to over 190,000 customers of all sizes, in
all industries, in more than 140 countries. For more
information, visit www.3ds.com.
Oracle: Engineering for extreme performance and ef­fi ­­
ciency, while engineering out IT complexity and cost:
that’s how Oracle enables its more than 400,000 cus­
tomers in 145-plus countries to accelerate innovation
and deliver the best experience to their own customers. From the data center to the cloud, Oracle not
only eliminates the complexity that stifles business
innovation, but also engineers in speed and reliability.
Infosys is a global leader in consulting, t­ echnology,
outsourcing, and next-generation services. We
­enable clients, in more than 50 countries, to stay a
step ahead of emerging business trends and out­
perform the competition. We help them transform
and thrive in a changing world by co-creating
­breakthrough solutions that combine strategic
insights and execution excellence.
Pentaho is building the future of business analytics.
Open-source heritage drives continued innovation
in a modern, integrated, embeddable platform built
for accessing all data sources. With support for all
leading Hadoop distributions, NoSQL and highperformance analytics databases, Pentaho enables
big data analytics, as well as the integration and orchestration of big data and traditional data sources.
GreenPeak is the industry-leading ­semiconductor
company and the world-recognized leader in the
IEEE 802.15.4 and ZigBee market, with a rich ­offering
of semiconductor products and software for smart
home data communications and the IoT. GreenPeak
RF communication chips provide high-performance,
ultra-low power yet low-cost wireless solutions that
are integrated in various applications.
PTC enables manufacturers to achieve ­sustained
product and service advantage. PTC’s technology
solutions help customers transform the way they
create, operate, and service products for a smart,
connected world. PTC employs approximately 6,000
professionals serving more than 28,000 businesses
in rapidly evolving, globally distributed ­manufacturing
industries worldwide.
KNIME is the leading open platform for data-driven
innovation helping organizations to stay ahead of
change. Innovative organizations use our open-source,
enterprise-grade analytics platform to discover
the potential hidden in their data, mine for fresh
insights, or predict new futures.
Tech Mahindra is a specialist in ­digital transforma­
tion, consulting, and business re-engineering
solutions. We are a USD 3.4 billion company with
95,300+ professionals across 51 countries. We
­provide services to 649 global customers including
Fortune 500 companies. Tech Mahindra is also
amongst the Fab 50 companies in Asia as per the
Forbes 2014 List.
MongoDB is the next-generation database that lets
you create applications never before possible.
MongoDB offers software and services to make your
life easier: MongoDB Enterprise Advanced: The best
way to run MongoDB in your data center. MongoDB
Management Service (MMS): The easiest way to
run MongoDB in the cloud. Production Support: In
production and under control.
Chassis Systems Control
Chassis Systems Control develops and produces innovative com­
ponents, functions, and systems for safe and comfortable
driving. We focus on sensors that observe vehicle surroundings
and on brake systems with advanced functions. We will connect
vehicles to other road users, infrastructure, and the internet to
ensure that our vision of accident- and injury-free driving becomes
a reality.
Connected Devices and Solutions
We develop and market innovative connected devices and tailormade solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT). Our competencies
in electronics, sensor technology, and software enable new
­business models for global markets. We improve everyday life
and increase comfort, security, and productivity.
Diesel Systems
The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and
services. In 2013, its roughly 281,000 associates generated sales
of 46.1 billion euros. Mobility Solutions is the largest Bosch
Group business sector. In 2013, its sales came to 30.6 billion
euros, or 66 percent of total Group sales. This makes the Bosch
Group one of the leading automotive suppliers.
Engineering and Business Solutions
Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions (RBEI) is
a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert Bosch GmbH. With over
15,000 asso­ciates, RBEI is Bosch’s largest software development
center outside Germany. RBEI focuses on a broad spectrum of
horizontal IT and engineering services that address the specific
needs of automotive and manufacturing enterprises.
Mobility Media
Drivelog is the first online car management portal with the option
of simply managing a vehicle. This intelligent interface helps you
to drive safely, easily, and more economically. Feature set: online
workshop booking, digital service record, tyreshop, etc. Drivelog
Connect is the next level of car management. It connects your
car to your smartphone and keeps you informed about your car’s
status.
Packaging
The Sales Group Services of Assembly Systems and Special
­Machinery, part of Bosch’s business sector Industrial Technology,
offers comprehensive, fully-integrated solutions from a single source
for the smart factory of the future. The portfolio ranges from Technical Service, Parts & Repairs, Engineering Solutions and Mechatronic
Systems.
Power Tools
The Power Tools division of the Bosch Group is the world market
leader for power tools, power tool accessories, and measuring tools.
In 2013, its roughly 19,000 associates generated sales of 4.0 b
­ illion
euros, 90% of which were outside of Germany. With its brands, the
division stands for customer focus and great engineering progress.
The core success factors are innovative strength and pace of innovation.
Project Connected Parking
Bosch 360° Parking Provider is an internal start-up approach for
­creating holistic connected parking solutions. Following our vision,
“We Improve Quality of Life by Simplifying Parking”, we connect
­sensors and vehicle technology with the internet in order to
generate new business value. Our product portfolio in development
ranges from sensor-based parking management to automated valet
parking.
Rexroth
Bosch Rexroth is one of the world’s leading providers of drive and
control technologies. Regardless of the motion task that customers
face anywhere in the world, they will always find a Bosch Rexroth
team with the local experience and the appropriate know-how from
more than 30 industries and all drive and control technologies. Our
associates take on their customers’ challenges with passion and
persistence.
Security Systems
Bosch Security Systems is a global supplier of security, safety, and
communications products, solutions, and services. 12,000 associates
generated sales of 1.5 billion euros in 2013. The product portfolio
includes video surveillance, intrusion detection, fire detection, voice
evacuation, as well as access control and management systems.
Professional audio and conference systems complete the range.
Sensortec
Bosch Sensortec GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of Robert
Bosch GmbH dedicated to the consumer electronics world offering
a complete portfolio of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
sensors and solutions that enable mobile devices to feel and sense
the world. Bosch Sensortec develops and markets a wide portfolio
of MEMS sensors and solutions for e.g. smartphones, tablets, and
IoT applications.
Thermotechnology
Bosch Thermotechnik GmbH represents the Thermotechnology
­Division of the Bosch Group. Together with its subsidiaries, the
company is a leading supplier of heating products and hot water
solutions in Europe. Bosch Thermotechnology has strong inter­
national and regional brands and manufactures a diversified ­product
range in European, American and Asian countries.
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Agenda Day 1 | Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin
Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin | Agenda Day 1
Business Track –
ConnectedManufacturing
Agenda Day 1: February 17
2:30 – 4:50 p.m.
ConnectedManufacturing Solutions – Introduction
Olaf Klemd, Head of Industry 4.0 Initiative, Bosch Rexroth
Dr. Daniel Hug, Vice President ConnectedManufacturing,
Bosch Software Innovations
Registration and Welcome Coffee
9:30 – 9:40 a.m.
Welcome: Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
9:40 – 10:20 a.m.
Keynote: From Hype to Business Success in a ConnectedWorld
Dr. Volkmar Denner, Chairman, Board of Management Robert Bosch GmbH
10:20 – 10:40 a.m.
Keynote: What Economic Policy Can Do to Make Connectivity a Winning Game
Ulrich Grillo, President, Federation of German Industries BDI – Bundesverband der
Deutschen Industrie
10:40 – 11:00 a.m.
Keynote: The Industrial Revolution Meets the Internet Revolution
Dr. Richard Mark Soley, Executive Director, Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Dr. Mathias Klotz, Production Process Developer, Bosch
Diesel Systems (Bosch Plant Bamberg); Tobias Conz,
­Senior Solutions Architect, Bosch Software Innovations
11:00 – 11:40 a.m.
Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and the Factory of the Future
Andreas Barth, Managing Director EuroCentral Dassault Systèmes
Bernard Duprieu, Head of Manufacturing Technologies R&D, AIRBUS
C.P. Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director, Tech Mahindra
Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
James Smith, Managing Director Embedded Systems, National Instruments
The presentation points out the challenges and benefits of
Industry 4.0 in an existing production environment. It will
show how the Bosch plant in Bamberg addresses these
issues and what the available solutions are looking like.
11:40 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.
Business Track –
ConnectedCities
12:10 – 1:15 p.m.
Technology Track –
Building IoT Solutions
Connected Cities – Past, Present and Future
IoT Project Execution with the Ignite | IoT Methodology
Dr. Mirko Presser, Head Of Research And Innovation, Smart
City, Alexandra Institute
Dr. Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, Vice President Global Head
Digital Enterprise Services, Tech Mahindra
Dirk Slama, Conference Chair Bosch ConnectedWorld,
Director Business Development, Bosch Software Innovations
Dr. Presser guides you through the past, present, and
future of smart city development. Examples of transportation and street lighting from the past pave the way
for understanding today’s technology push and citizen
empowerment of the future.
Nice Côte d’Azur – Transportation, Security, Energy,
and Health in a Connected City
Christian Tordo, Deputy Mayor Economic Development,
City of Nice, France;
Didier Wisselmann, Deputy Director General Economy,
­Innovation, Employment Greater Nice, City of Nice, France
Nice is expanding from an attractive tourist ­destination
to a living lab, testing new smart city applications and
developing innovative business models. The latter aim
to improve the quality of life for Nice’s citizens and conserve environmental resources.
Smart City Rheintal – Balancing Distributed Power
Generation and Consumption
Prof. Dr. Joerg Petrasch, illwerke vkw, Professor for Energy
Efficiency, FH Vorarlberg, University of Applied Sciences
While most demand-side management (DSM) concepts
rely on central control and two-way communication, we
use decentralized control in conjunction with unidirectional communication for better security, robustness,
and lower costs.
1:15 – 2:30 p.m.
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Successfully managing the multi-dimensional aspects
of IoT projects can be a challenging endeavor. This
presentation provides an overview of best practices
for IoT project managers, based on the Ignite | IoT
methodology.
Behind the Scenes of the Track & Trace Tightening
Tool Showcase
Narayanan Ramanathan, Vice President & Head of
­Connected Engineering & Analytics, Tech Mahindra
Christian Thiemich, Senior Solutions Architect,
Bosch ­Software Innovations
The presentation will highlight how combining remote
asset management with indoor position tracking can
improve process quality and your fleet utilization rate.
Lawn Care at Your Fingertips – Indego Connect
Wolfgang Baierl, Director, Bosch Power Tools
The presentation focuses on the key requirements and
implementation concepts for the Indego Connect. The
new Indego can be remote controlled from anywhere.
Networking Lunch and Exhibiton
Sense! Think! Connect! Act! – Challenges for IoT
Devices
Dr. Thorsten Mueller, CEO, Bosch Connected Devices and
Solutions
Industry 4.0 offers vast potential. With more than 225
manufacturing sites, extensive manufacturing expertise,
and a broad-based footing, Bosch is not only a leading
user but also a leading supplier of technologies for
connected manufacturing.
The “sense! think! connect! act!” paradigm defines the
foundation of our cross-domain IoT device architecture.
Selected examples from “Smart Home”, “Smart Activity”,
“Connected Industry”, and “Transport and Logistics” will
be presented.
Integrating Industry 4.0 Solutions into an Existing
Production Environment
Positioning Technologies for IoT
Open Core Engineering – The Bridge to Industry 4.0
Dr. Thomas Bürger, Vice President Engineering Automation
Systems, Bosch Rexroth
Break and Exhibition
Technology Track –
Sensor Networks
The bridge to Industry 4.0 is built on the Open Core
Engineering approach, which opens up a new dimension
of industrial solutions. The presentation explains this
approach with application examples.
Dr. Stephan Otto, Group Leader, Fraunhofer Institut
This presentation will give an overview of indoor location
technologies and approaches including their strengths
and weaknesses. In addition, it will explain an overview
of relevant selection criteria for finding appropriate
solutions.
Local Wireless Networks and Indoor Localization
Dimitar Vasilev, CTO openBerlin IoT Innovation Center,
Cisco
The proliferation of mobile devices in the industrial
space has raised the profile of the wireless network and
the challenges associated with IoT cyber security. This
presentation will address customer deployments, best
practices, and lessons learned.
Zero Defects – Connected Manufacturing Solutions as
a Key Enabler at Volkswagen
How We Optimize Production with Connected Industry
Cyber-Physical Systems – Applications of Sensors for
Decision Making
Dirk Wuerzler, Head of Tightening Systems, Lead Plant
Kassel, Volkswagen Monitoring of Tightening Tools
Jens Knut Fabrowsky, Executive Vice President,
Bosch ­Automotive Electronics
At the Volkswagen lead plant, more than 2,000 Bosch
tightening systems, half a billion screws per year and
connected manufacturing solutions from Bosch have
only one goal: to deliver zero defects in compliance
with the highest quality standards at Volkswagen.
Additional information provided by sensors can quickly
improve the value chain in today’s production systems. The
necessary infrastructure and the optimization effect of
different use cases in automotive electronics production
will be presented and discussed.
Industry 4.0: (New) Requirements and Challenges
Using the Example of Machine Tools
OSGi for Sensor Networks
Christian Görg, System Architect and Project Manager for
Mobile Apps, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen
After the three industrial revolutions – mechanization,
electrification, and digitalization – Industry 4.0 is now
helping the IoT become part of the factory. Examples of
connected TRUMPF products will be used to show new
requirements and challenges.
Global Manufacturing Network Empowered by
­Industry 4.0
Rupert Hoellbacher, Senior Vice President ­Manufacturing
Active Safety Business Unit, Robert Bosch GmbH,
Plant Blaichach (BhP)
Dr. Stefan Ferber, Vice President Engineering,
Bosch ­Software Innovations
Gateways based on OSGi (Open Service Gateway initiative) easily integrate heterogeneous sensor networks,
run complex automation logic, and provide connectivity
to cloud-based management/service systems. The maturity of the technology and the availability of many out-ofthe-box software components reduce the time to market
and the overall cost of products built with OSGi.
The Blaichach plant and its connected international
production network are in a perfect position to implement
Industry 4.0 projects. With more than 600 connected
machines worldwide, we are aiming to achieve remarkable
improvements in productivity, stocks, and investments.
4:50 – 5:20 p.m.
Break and Exhibition
5:20 – 5:45 p.m.
Keynote: Silicon Valley – What to Expect from the Most Powerful Region in the World
Christoph Keese, Executive Vice President, Axel Springer
5:45 – 6:00 p.m.
Closing Remarks: Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
7:00 p.m.
Networking Dinner
The dinner venue is located within walking distance from the conference venue.
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Agenda Day 2 | Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin
Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin | Agenda Day 2
Agenda Day 2: February 18
Welcome Coffee and Registration
9:00 – 9:10 a.m.
Welcome: Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
9:10 – 9:35 a.m.
Keynote: Data Eats the World
Dr. Stefan Bungart, Leader of GE Software Europe at GE Global Research, General Electric (GE)
9:35 – 10:00 a.m.
Keynote: Mobility and Connectivity
Prof. Herbert Kohler, Vice President Group Research & Development, Daimler AG
10:00 – 10:40 a.m.
Executive Panel Discussion: IoT and Connected Service Design
Nitesh Bansal, Vice President and Head of Europe – Manufacturing, Infosys
James E. Heppelmann, President and CEO, PTC
Bernd Leukert, Member of the Executive Board, SAP
Jim Morrish, Chief Research Officer, Machina Research
Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover
10:40 – 11:10 a.m.
Break and Exhibition
Business Track –
ConnectedHomes and Buildings
11:10 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.
Technology Track –
IoT Infrastructure
Technology Trends in IP Video Security
Open IoT
Dieter Joecker, CTO, Bosch Security Systems Video
Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director, Eclipse Foundation
This presentation will focus on the challenge of filtering
volumes of video data for user-relevant information
to provide real-time, best-quality tactical content views
even on tablets and smartphones while respecting
privacy and data security.
The IoT is poised for exponential growth, but there are
many barriers that prevent a truly open IoT. Issues such
as scale, pace of innovation, and inter-operability mean
there is no doubt that the IoT will be built on open
source platforms.
Spectrum of Relevance: Emergence of Contextual Spaces
Global Wireless Networks for IoT
Dr. Hossein Rahnama, CEO and Founder, Flybits
Mike Prince, Principal Product Manager, M2M Platforms,
Vodafone
Dr. Rahnama will discuss the crucial role that contextaware computing plays in creating connected environments. The delivery of personalized content via mobile
devices allows for enhanced awareness and provides
opportunities to engage users in exciting new ways.
British Gas: A Case Study on How Large Organizations
Should (And Should Not) Innovate in the Connected
Homes Space
James Belcher, Head of Product, Connected Homes,
­British Gas
Longstanding corporate organizations have every right
to compete in the Connected Homes space. But no
matter how successful they are in their core business,
they are likely to require changes to the way in which
they approach the market.
12:25 – 1:40 p.m.
M2M connectivity for the IoT has a unique set of
requirements that set it apart from other technologies.
The presentation will take a look at some of these and
how they are delivered by specialist cellular M2M
communication services.
IT Security and the Internet of Things
Dr. Thomas Wollinger, Managing Director, ESCRYPT
(Bosch Group)
The IoT poses new security challenges that can be met
by a holistic approach. The presentation will give an
overview of possible attack vectors and will show embedded security solutions.
Networking Lunch and Exhibition
Business Track –
ConnectedMobility
1:40 – 4:00 p.m.
Technology Track –
Big Data
Bosch ConnectedMobility Solutions – Introduction
Big Data and Rare Events: The Boson in the Haystack
Daniela Hartmann-Ege, Vice President ConnectedMobility,
Bosch Software Innovations
Dr. Niko Neufeld, Deputy Project Leader, CERN
Megatrend mobility meets IoT: combining the potential
of networked approaches with Bosch competencies
opens up diverse and fascinating solutions, e.g. in the
field of electromobility.
To perceive whatever holds the world together in its
inmost folds requires studying the minutest effects and
rarest events. These are hidden in a sea of zetta-bytes
of data which are searched through by CERN researchers
at the Large Hadron Collider.
Business Track –
ConnectedMobility
1:40 – 4:00 p.m.
Bosch Car Multimedia: Enabling the Future of
Connected Automotive Infotainment and Driver
Assistance
Torsten Mlasko, Managing Director, Bosch SoftTec
Based on user needs and expectations, the perspective
of car manufacturers and suppliers will be reviewed.
Technological trends and examples of service solutions
in connected infotainment will also be presented.
ConnectedServices – Customer Journeys in the
Automotive Aftermarket
Technology Track –
Big Data
The Analytics Frontier of Real-Time Stream Processing
Dr. Theodore Willke, Senior Principal Engineer and General
Manager, Graph Analytics Operation, Intel Corporation
This presentation will demonstrate how cloud
technologies are evolving to deal with the increasing
speed, scale, and sophistication of data analysis.
You will learn about new forms of cluster-scale machine
learning and data mining and how they can be used to
analyze streams in real time.
Streaming Event Analytics for IoT Solutions
Dr. Hans-Peter Meyen, Executive Vice President Diagnostics
and Engineering, Bosch Automotive Aftermarket
Robin J. Smith, Strategy Director Event Processing
Technologies, Oracle
The presentation will discuss how the IoT adds value
in the automotive aftermarket for all customer groups:
mobility users, workshops, fleet owners, and OEMs.
Connected services strengthen the customer relationship
and enable new business models.
This presentation will reveal the challenges of processing
streaming-event data from IoT infrastructures and how
the latest available advanced technologies can address
growing business demands.
Bosch 360° Parking Provider: Connected Parking
Solutions
Dr. Rolf Nicodemus, Project Vice President (CEO)
Connected Parking, Robert Bosch GmbH
Parking is one of the most unsatisfying aspects of modern
urban mobility. This presentation will show how Bosch
improves the quality of life by simplifying parking with
connected parking solutions.
Efficient Time Series Management with MongoDB
Arthur Viegers, Manager Central Europe, Solutions
Architecture, MongoDB
Arthur Viegers will outline the reasons for MongoDB’s
popularity in IoT applications and how core concepts
of the fast-growing class of NoSQL databases can be
leveraged to build robust and highly scalable time-series
applications.
Bosch Secure Truck Parking
Advanced Data Analytics for Predictive Maintenance in
Industrial Applications
Robert Mulatz, Senior Vice President, Bosch Service
Solutions
Dr. Tapio Torikka, Product Management Services,
Condition Monitoring, Bosch Rexroth
This presentation will focus on Bosch Secure Truck
Parking, which allows users to book secure parking lots
at selected truck stops along freeways. The benefits
are safety for driver and freight, increased planning
reliability, and a reduction in CO2 emissions.
Machine learning enables more precise and early
detection of breakdowns in industrial applications.
The presentation will explore how Rexroth is using this
technology to significantly improve the capabilities of
predictive maintenance services.
Connectivity Solutions for Uptime and Fleets
Big Data Analytics with KNIME and the Bosch IoT Suite
Dr. Michael Hackner, Senior Project Manager Web Based
Diagnostic Analysis, Bosch Diesel Systems
Prof. Dr. Michael Berthold, CEO, Knime
Deepak Sharma, IT Architect, Robert Bosch Engineering
India
The presentation will give an overview of the Diesel
Systems project “preventive diagnosis” for a new
professional service using existing and new vehicle
data. The aim of this service is the prediction of
upcoming component breakdowns during daily
operation.
This presentation will give an overview of the KNIME
analytics platform, highlighting integration with other
open data and analytics environments. It will illustrate
the breadth of use cases, describing an IoT application
example in more detail.
4:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Break and Exhibition
4:30 – 4:55 p.m.
Keynote: Car Connectivity – The Race Is On, Who Will Be the Winner?
Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover
4:55 – 5:15 p.m.
Closing Remarks: Dr.-Ing. Rainer Kallenbach, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations
5:15 p.m.
End of Conference
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12 Speakers and Panelists | Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin
Speakers and Panelists
Wolfgang Baierl, Director, Bosch Power Tools
Wolfgang Baierl holds a masters degree in electronic
engineering. From 2003, he was Manager System
Engineering Infotainment Systems at Bosch Car
Multimedia. In 2006 he became Director Engineering
Measuring Tools at Bosch Power Tools. Since mid-2013
he has been Office Director at Bosch Power Tools.
Dr. Thomas Bürger, Vice President Engineering
Automation Systems, Bosch Rexroth
Dr. Bürger studied mechanical engineering at the
University of Stuttgart and joined Bosch Rexroth AG
after completing his PhD in 2004. He has held a variety
of positions in engineering. Since 2012 he has been
responsible as Vice President engineering for Bosch
Rexroth’s automation systems – with a focus on Industy
4.0 solutions.
Ulrich Grillo, President, Federation of German Industries
BDI – Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie
Ulrich Grillo worked for Arthur Andersen & Co. and
at A.T. Kearney before moving to the Rheinmetall
Group. In 2001 he joined the executive board of
Grillo-Werke AG. Ulrich Grillo was President of the
WirtschaftsVereinigung Metalle and 2012 Vice-President
of the BDI. He was elected President of the BDI with
effect from Jan. 2013 and was confirmed in office for
another two years on Nov. 2014.
@Der_BDI
Dieter Joecker, CTO, Bosch Security Systems Video
Dieter Joecker has been CTO of Bosch Security Systems
Video since 2012. Prior to this role he was Senior PM
IP for Bosch Security Systems and Product Manager for
VCS.
@kdjoecker
Nitesh Bansal, Vice President and Head of Europe –
Manufacturing, Infosys
Nitesh Bansal is a founding member of the Infosys
European team. He started operations for Infosys
in Germany and Switzerland. Nitesh Bansal opened
and led key clients in continental Europe across the
manufacturing and pharmaceutical industries. He was a
Tier 1 leader in the company and client partner for the
largest client in continental Europe before taking on his
current role as Head MFG Europe.
@Infosys
Tobias Conz, Senior Solutions Architect, Bosch
Software Innovations
Tobias Conz has been Senior Solutions Architect at
Bosch Software Innovations since 2011. Prior to that,
he worked as a BPM Consultant for Software AG.
Tobias Conz has a degree in software engineering.
@BoschSI
C.P. Gurnani, CEO and Managing Director, Tech
Mahindra
C.P. Gurnani is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing
Director of Tech Mahindra. C.P. played a pivotal role
in the three-year transformational journey of Mahindra
Satyam and spearheaded the company’s eventual
merger with Tech Mahindra.
@C_P_Gurnani; @tech_mahindra
Christoph Keese, Executive Vice President, Axel Springer
Christoph Keese, is deeply involved in the company’s
transformation from print to digital, with a strong focus
on the content business. Prior to his current position,
Mr. Keese was Editor in Chief of WELT am SONNTAG and
WELT ONLINE. His new book “Silicon Valley – what to
expect from the most powerful region in the world” was
published in September 2014.
@christophkeese; @axelspringer_EN
Andreas Barth, Managing Director EuroCentral,
Dassault Systèmes
Andreas Barth has held the post of managing director
EuroCentral at Dassault Systèmes since 2011. In this
role he is responsible for reinforcing the local presence
and expanding the market position of Dassault Systèmes
in the EuroCentral region. A further focus, in addition to
business development, is on building up new strategic
partnerships and stepping up existing partnerships.
@Dassault3DS
Dr. Volkmar Denner, Chairman, Board of Management
Robert Bosch GmbH
Dr. Volkmar Denner has been chairman of the board
of management of Robert Bosch GmbH and a limited
partner of Robert Bosch Industrietreuhand KG since
July 1, 2012. He is chief technical officer and has
corporate responsibility for research and advanced
engineering, technology coordination, and new business
fields.
@BoschGlobal
Dr. Michael Hackner, Senior Project Manager Web
Based Diagnostic Analysis, Bosch Diesel Systems
Dr. Michael Hackner has been with the Bosch Group
since 2003, with various assignments in engineering and
managerial functions. Since 2013 he has been working
in the aftermarket field, applying his expert knowledge
in system engineering powertrain diagnosis and function
algorithm development. As a senior project manager, he
is responsible for the web-based diagnosis / predictive
maintenance group.
Olaf Klemd, Head of Industry 4.0 Initiative, Bosch
Rexroth
Olaf Klemd studied mechanical engineering and
economics. After joining Bosch in 1991, he held various
management positions in product development,
including hydraulics & automation technology and
customer project business. In 2010 he was appointed
Head of Department Development Coordination and
Technology Strategy for Rexroth. Since 2013 he has
been responsible for the Industry [email protected] project.
James Belcher, Head of Product, Connected Homes,
British Gas
James graduated in journalism before pursuing a
career in marketing and then product management.
Past successes include promoting castles for the Wales
Tourist Board, creating the world’s most expensive bird
feeder and launching energy management products
in North America. James is currently in charge of
connecting our HomeCare customers’ heating systems
to the internet.
@BritishGas
Bernard Duprieu, Head of Manufacturing Technologies
R&D – Center of Competences Manufacturing
Engineering, AIRBUS
Duprieu joined AIRBUS in 1997, where he leads research
and development for manufacturing technologies. He is
responsible for managing key R&D projects to support
AIRBUS’ operational business goals, maturing new technologies and transferring them along with their manufacturing
processes into the factory. He holds master’s degrees in
process engineering and material sciences.
@Airbus
Daniela Hartmann-Ege, Vice President
ConnectedMobility, Bosch Software Innovations
Daniela Hartmann-Ege has a wealth of experience in
the area of software development, processes, and
architecture – both in classic IT and in the provision of
web-based services and portals. She worked at Daimler
AG for several years before joining the Bosch Group in
1996. Daniela Hartmann-Ege has been Vice President
of ConnectedMobility at Bosch Software Innovations
GmbH since 2012.
@911forDani; @BoschSI
Dr. Mathias Klotz, Production Process Developer,
Bosch Diesel Systems (Bosch Plant Bamberg)
Dr. Matthias Klotz has been Production Process
Developer at Bosch Diesel Systems since 2013, where his
responsibilities include the integration of I4.0 features
into production processes. From 2007 to 2013 he was
Group Leader for production process development EDM,
ECM, heat treatment, and metal forming. From 2004 to
2007 he was Production Process Developer at Robert
Bosch GmbH’s Bamberg plant.
Prof. Dr. Michael Berthold, CEO, KNIME
Michael Berthold is co-founder of KNIME, the open
analytics platform used by thousands of data experts
around the world. He is currently president of
KNIME.com AG and a professor at Konstanz University.
Previously he held positions in both academia and
industry. Dr. Berthold has co-authored two successful
data analysis text books and is a frequent speaker at
both academic and industrial conferences.
@knime
Jens Knut Fabrowsky, Executive Vice President, Bosch
Automotive Electronics
Jens Knut Fabrowsky has been Executive Vice President
Automotive Electronics of Robert Bosch GmbH since
April 2012. He studied mechanical engineering and
industrial engineering at the University of Stuttgart and
the Technical University of Munich.
@JFabrowsky
James E. Heppelmann, President and CEO, PTC
James Heppelmann is the president and CEO of PTC
and is responsible for driving PTC’s global business
strategy and operations. Previous to his appointment as
CEO, Mr. Heppelmann served as PTC’s president and
COO, responsible for managing the operating business
units of the company including R&D, Marketing, Sales,
Services, and Maintenance. He also serves on PTC’s
Board of Directors.
@PTC
Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler, Vice President Group
Research, Daimler AG
Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler joined what was then DaimlerBenz AG in 1976. In 2009 he was appointed head
of a new “E-Drive and Future Mobility” directorate.
Prof. Dr. Kohler has been Director of the newly created
Research and Advance Development division for the
Daimler Group since May 2012. Since March 2002,
Prof. Dr. Kohler has also held the position of Chief
Environmental Officer for Daimler AG.
@Daimler
Dr. Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, Vice President Global Head
Digital Enterprise Services, Tech Mahindra
End-to-End P&L owner for Internet of Things solutions.
The IoT solutions are developed around NMACS.
He is also spearheading the Smart City initiative.
Dr. Rishi Bhatnagar comes with a PhD in IT and computer
science. He developed a “Relationship Maturity Model
for the IT Services Industry”. He has undergone a Global
Program for Management Development from Michigan
University.
@rishimb; @tech_mahindra
Dr. Stefan Ferber, Vice President Engineering,
Bosch Software Innovations
Dr. Stefan Ferber has more than twenty years of
experience in software development, software
processes, software product lines, and software
architectures for embedded computer vision and
IT domains. He is an official SEI-certified ATAM
(Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method) lead evaluator.
@Stefferber; @BoschSI
Rupert Hoellbacher, Senior Vice President
Manufacturing Active Safety Business Unit, Robert
Bosch GmbH, Plant Blaichach (BhP)
Rupert Hoellbacher joined Bosch in 1985 and has held
different leadership roles in the area of manufacturing.
In 2012 he became Senior VP – Technical Plant Manager
Blaichach and in 2013 additionally took on the position
of Senior VP Manufacturing Active Safety BU.
Bernd Leukert, Member of the Executive Board, SAP
Bernd Leukert is a member of the Executive Board
and the Global Managing Board of SAP with global
responsibility for development and delivery of all
products across SAP’s product portfolio including
applications, analytics, cloud, database and technology,
and mobile. Leukert is also responsible for leading the
design and end-user experience for SAP.
@LeukertB; @SAP
Dr. Stefan Bungart, Leader of GE Software Europe at
GE Global Research, General Electric (GE)
Dr. Stefan Bungart is General Manager of GE Software
in Europe, which is part of GE Global Research. In his
current role, Dr. Bungart is managing the European
activities of the center, working with all GE businesses
to help shape and implement their Industrial Internet
strategy. Before that he worked at Deutsche Telekom
and IBM.
@stefanbungart; @ge
Christian Görg, System Architect and Project Manager
for Mobile Apps, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen
Christian Görg has been been working at TRUMPF
Werkzeugmaschinen since 2008. As system architect
for connected products at TRUMPF’s basic technology
development department, he is responsible for products
in the Industry 4.0 area. His main focus is on mobile
applications for the machine tool environment, where
he managed the development of products such as
MobileControl App.
@TRUMPF_News
Dr. Daniel Hug, Vice President
ConnectedManufacturing, Bosch Software Innovations
Dr. Daniel Hug has been Head of Vertical Manufacturing
& Logistics at Bosch Software Innovations since
2014. In this role, Daniel is responsible for developing
manufacturing- and logistics-related IoT applications.
He held various management positions in development,
operations, and planning at Bosch during the last 12
years.
@BoschSI
Dr. Hans-Peter Meyen, Executive Vice President
Diagnostics and Engineering, Bosch Automotive
Aftermarket
Dr. Hans-Peter Meyen has been Senior VP Engineering
and Diagnostics at Bosch Automotive Aftermarket since
2005. From 2001 to 2005 he was Vice President Global
Manufacturing, Engineering Tool Group at Bosch Power
Tools. Prior to this role, he held various management
positions in manufacturing.
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14 Speakers and Panelists | Bosch ConnectedWorld 2015 | 17–18 February in Berlin
Speakers and Panelists
Mike Milinkovich, Executive Director, Eclipse
Foundation
Mike Milinkovich has been involved in the software
industry for over thirty years. He has been the Executive
Director of the Eclipse Foundation since 2004. Mike sits
on the Board of the Open Source Initiative (OSI), on the
Executive Committee of the Java Community Process
(JCP), and is an observer and past member of the Board
of OpenJDK.
@mmilinkov; @EclipseFdn
Dr. Stephan Otto, Group Leader, Fraunhofer Institut
Dr. Stephan Otto studied computer science and
economics. From 2006 to 2009 Dr. Otto received
professional experience in software engineering in
different industrial projects (logistics, automotive,
healthcare). In 2009 he entered Fraunhofer as a senior
researcher. In parallel he finished his PhD thesis. Since
2010 he has been a group manager and is active in the
areas of sensor fusion and real-time analysis.
@FraunhoferIIS
Dirk Slama, Conference Chair Bosch ConnectedWorld,
Director Business Development
Dirk Slama is specialized in M2M / IoT, BPM, and the
design of distributed application systems. His work
has taken him around the world and he has helped
customers such as Boeing, Lufthansa Systems, AT&T,
and the Halifax Bank of Scotland to implement very
large IT projects. Dirk is the co-author of Enterprise
BPM, Enterprise SOA, Enterprise CORBA and Enterprise
IoT.
@dirkslama; @BoschSI
Dimitar Vasilev, CTO IoT Innovation Lab, Cisco
Dimitar Vasilev has worked in high tech since 1996. He
has lived and worked in emerging markets and European
countries, designing, implementing and operating
very large-scale systems. As of 2013, Dimitar Vasilev is
Technology Leader of the IoT EMEA team and CTO of
openBerlin, a Cisco IoT Innovation Center. Dimitar is
active on due diligence projects for Cisco Investments.
@iotcoi; @Cisco
Torsten Mlasko, Managing Director, Bosch SoftTec
Torsten Mlasko joined Bosch in Central Research in
1995. From 2003 to 2006 he worked at ADIT, a JV
between DENSO and Bosch for infotainment platform
development. In 2007 he became VP of Engineering in
the Navigation & Infotainment BU responsible for core
SW Technology. Since 2011 he has been the Managing
Director of Bosch SoftTec, the Bosch Group’s software
and services company.
Prof. Dr. Joerg Petrasch, illwerke vkw, Professor for Energy
Efficiency, FH VORARLBERG, University of Applied Sciences
Joerg Petrasch received his PhD in mechanical
engineering from ETH Zurich. After working as an R&D
engineer and engineering consultant in the chemical and
energy industry he joined the faculty of the University
of Florida as an Assistant Professor. Since 2012 he has
been head of the illwerke vkw Professorship in Energy
Efficiency at FHV, the Vorarlberg University of Applied
Sciences.
@illwerkevkw; @fhvorarlberg
James Smith, Managing Director Embedded Systems,
National Instruments
James Smith is an expert in measurement and control
systems with a keen interest in the industrial Internet of
Things and the role smart edge devices will play. He is
currently responsible for strategic product and go-tomarket planning for National Instruments’ industrial and
embedded systems.
@NIglobal
Arthur Viegers, Manager Central Europe, Solutions
Architecture, MongoDB
Arthur Viegers is based in the Netherlands. He is
responsible for guiding customers and users to design
and build reliable, scalable systems using MongoDB.
Arthur specializes in IoT/M2M applications. Prior to
joining MongoDB, Arthur founded the CarrierWeb group
of companies, which became one of the leading fleet
management solution providers for heavy goods vehicles in
Europe, the United States, Brazil, and China.
@viegers
Jim Morrish, Chief Research Officer, Machina
Research
Jim Morrish is the founder and Chief Research Officer
of Machina Research, the world’s leading provider
of strategic advice on the newly emerging M2M, IoT,
and big data markets. He has worked on-site in over
30 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East,
and North America. Jim is a co-author of the Ignite|IoT
project management framework and the accompanying
book entitled “Enterprise IoT”.
@jimmorrish
Dr. Mirko Presser, Head Of Research and Innovation,
Smart City, Alexandra Institute
Mirko Presser is the Head of Research and Innovation
for the Smart City Lab at Alexandra Institute. He is
working on open data and the Internet of Things in the
context of smart cities for citizens. He has been involved
in several European projects; having been the technical
manager of the FP6 IST e- SENSE and FP7 ICT SENSEI
projects, he is currently the coordinator of the FP7 EeB
PPP project.
@mirkopresser; @AlexandraInst
Robin J. Smith, Strategy Director Event Processing
Technologies, Oracle
As a Product Management/Strategy Director at Oracle
Corporation, Robin is responsible for the Fast Data,
Event Driven Architecture and Complex Event Processing
technologies, focused on the evolution and delivery
of the award-winning and innovative Oracle Event
Processing product, a cornerstone technology of the
Oracle Fast Data Architecture strategy.
@RobinMozart; @Oracle
Dr. Theodore Willke, Senior Principal Engineer and
General Manager, Graph Analytics Operation, Intel
Corporation
For the past two years, Ted Willke has led the analytics
team within Intel’s Datacenter Group, which develops
cloud solutions for machine learning and data mining.
He developed his expertise over his 17 years with Intel.
He has innovated in Intel Labs and Intel’s product
organizations. Ted holds a doctorate in electrical
engineering from Columbia University.
@Intel
Dr. Thorsten Mueller, CEO, Bosch Connected Devices
and Solutions
Thorsten Mueller holds a diploma in physics from
Gerhard-Mercator-University and a PhD in solid state
physics from the University of Duisburg-Essen. He joined
the Bosch Group in 2005. After several management
positions in corporate research, strategic planning,
M&A, and engineering, he was appointed CEO of the
newly founded Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions
subsidiary in December 2013.
@B747430
Mike Prince, Principal Product Manager, M2M
Platforms, Vodafone
Mike has 20 years international experience in telecoms
technology and product management with equipment
vendors and mobile network operators. He has been
working in Vodafone M2M since 2009, initially as the
technical architect for the connectivity management
platform. Today he leads the product management team
responsible for Vodafone’s expanding range of global
M2M platform products.
@Vodafone_M2M
Richard Mark Soley, Ph.D., Executive Director,
Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC)
Dr. Soley is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of
OMG®, Executive Director of the Cloud Standards
Customer Council, and Executive Director of the
Industrial Internet Consortium. He is responsible for the
direction of all OMG’s consortium activities. He has both
industrial and startup experience going back 35 years, as
well as SB, SM, and PhD degrees from the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
@iiconsortium
Didier Wisselmann, Deputy Director General Economy,
Innovation, Employment Greater Nice, City of Nice,
France
Didier Wisselmann has been Deputy General Director
of Economy, Innovation, Employment, and International
for the City of Nice and the Greater Nice Côte d’Azur
region since 2013. Prior to this role, he was Head of the
Economic Service of the Embassy of France in Israel.
Robert Mulatz, Senior Vice President, Bosch Service
Solutions
As senior vice president of Bosch Service Solutions,
a business unit of Bosch Security Systems, Robert
Mulatz has overall responsibility for the business as
well as for the strategic development and expansion
of the international network. Robert Mulatz has been
working for Bosch Security Systems and its predecessor
organizations for 20 years.
Dr. Hossein Rahnama, CEO and Founder, Flybits
Dr. Hossein Rahnama is the Founder and CEO of Flybits.
Hossein is known as an R&D entrepreneur who can
translate research results into high-impact commercial
successes. His current work is focused on context-aware
computing and mobile. In 2012, Hossein was recognized
by MIT Technology Review as one of the world’s top
innovators under the age of 35.
@hosinux; @teamflybits
Christian Thiemich, Senior Solutions Architect, Bosch
Software Innovations
Located in Singapore, Christian Thiemich is responsible
for shaping the future of manufacturing in Asia by
delivering Industry 4.0 solutions. As Senior Solutions
Architect at Bosch Software Innovations, he is working
closely together with customers and Bosch industry
experts. In recent years he has supported quite a number
of complex projects across various industries in the role
of coach and consultant.
@cthiemich; @BoschSI
Dr. Thomas Wollinger, Managing Director, ESCRYPT
(Bosch Group)
Dr. Wollinger has worked in the area of data security and
embedded security since 1997. He implemented and
led several projects, e.g. at secunet AG. Dr. Wollinger
has published numerous articles at international
conferences and in relevant journals in the area of
security. He started working at ESCRYPT in 2005. Dr.
Wollinger is Managing Director of ESCRYPT GmbH and
spokesman of the company.
Dr. Niko Neufeld, Deputy Project Leader, CERN
Niko Neufeld holds a PhD in particle physics and is a
senior staff scientist in the physics department at CERN.
Since 2000 he has been working in the field of highspeed data acquisition and embedded processing. He
co-designed the data acquisition system of the LHCb
experiment, a facility to study the minute differences
between matter and anti-matter.
@CERN
Narayanan Ramanathan, Vice President & Head of
Connected Engineering & Analytics, Tech Mahindra
Narayanan Ramanathan (NR) heads the Connected
Engineering & Analytics [IoT] Practice at Tech Mahindra,
one of the top 5 IT companies in India, and has been
instrumental in building this practice up to be one of the
fastest growing global engineering service providers.
NR has more than 17 years of professional experience in
product design and engineering management.
@NR5177; @tech_mahindra
Christian Tordo, Deputy Mayor Economic
Development, City of Nice, France
Christian Tordo was elected Deputy Mayor of Nice for
finance, employment, and business attractiveness in
2008. In March 2014, he was re-elected Deputy Mayor
of Nice, now in charge of the economy, employment,
industry, innovation, real estate, and urban planning. He
was also re-elected as councillor for the Métropole Nice
Côte d’Azur for economic development, employment, and
industry and is a member of the executive committee.
Dirk Wuerzler, Head of Tightening Systems, Lead Plant
Kassel, Volkswagen Monitoring of Tightening Tools
Dirk Wuerzler has been with Volkswagen for almost 20
years. He is responsible for implementing and running
advanced connected tightening systems. He acts as a
chief evangelist and coach for manufacturing, tightening,
and maintenance processes at Volkswagen.
@Volkswagen
Dr. Rolf Nicodemus, Project Vice President (CEO)
Connected Parking, Robert Bosch GmbH
Dr. Rolf Nicodemus has been managing the Connected
Parking project as Vice President (CEO) since 2015.
He started his career at Bosch in 1998. After having
held various positions in the Chassis Systems Control
business unit, he has been working in “Automotive
Systems Integration” covering connected vehicle topics
since 2012.
Deepak Sharma, IT Architect, Robert Bosch
Engineering India
Deepak Sharma is a data scientist with more than
six years of experience in developing data-driven
solutions to problems in manufacturing, automotive,
semiconductor, and retail. He has a proven track record
in leveraging advanced machine learning and statistical
modeling techniques to mine high-volume, multichannel, and high-velocity data. Currently, he is part of
the RBEI Data Analytics team.
Dr. Tapio Torikka, Product Management Services,
Condition Monitoring, Bosch Rexroth
Dr. Tapio Torikka has been working in Product
Management Services, Condition Monitoring at Bosch
Rexroth since September 2009. He holds a Master of
Science in mechanical engineering.
Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, Director Group Engineering,
Jaguar Land Rover
Previously Wolfgang worked for BMW in Engineering &
Manufacturing, finishing as a Member of the Board of
BMW. Following this, Wolfgang became a Board Member
of Continental and then the CEO of Infineon. Wolfgang
is Chairman of wind turbine manufacturer Nordex and a
member of the Supervisory Board of ASML.
@jaguarlandrover
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Technology. The Bosch Group comprises Robert Bosch GmbH and its more than 360 subsidiaries and regional
companies in some 50 countries. If its sales and service partners are included, then Bosch is represented
in roughly 150 countries. This worldwide development, manufacturing, and sales network is the foundation
for further growth. In 2014, Bosch applied for some 4,600 patents worldwide. The Bosch Group’s strategic
goal is to deliver innovations for connected life. Bosch improves quality of life worldwide with products and
services that are innovative and spark enthusiasm. In short, Bosch creates technology that is “Invented for life.”
Additional information is available online at www.bosch.com, www.bosch-presse.de, http://twitter.com/
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Bosch Software Innovations GmbH, the Bosch Group’s software and systems house, designs, develops, and
operates innovative software and system solutions that help our customers around the world both in the
Internet of Things (IoT) and in the traditional enterprise environment. We place particular focus on the topics
of mobility, energy, manufacturing, and building. Our IoT platform – the Bosch IoT Suite – allows the interaction of devices, users, companies and partners on a centralized platform. This enables the development
of innovative and future-oriented solutions for new business models.
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