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NECC Industry 4.0 - Raising Productivity seminar
The event will take place in Tuesday, May 23rd 2017 at 13:30 - 17:30
Registration deadline is Tomorrow!
Industry 4.0 is regarded as the next generation production framework for the fourth industrial revolution that is about individualized mass production with lower costs and greater efficiency. It is vital to find ways to produce more with lower costs.
Seminar schedule: 13:30 Gathering, networking (Be noted that entering the venue is possible before 14 and during the break only!)
14:00 Seminar opening by moderator Urmas Lepik, Acting Director Baltic States of Innovation Norway
14:10 Welcome notes by Ellen Aabø, Deputy Head of Mission in Norwegian Embassy
14:15 Keynote by Andreas Landmark "The Ingredients for an Industrial Revolution"
Research Scientist from Sintef, Norway
SINTEF is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. They create value and innovation through knowledge generation and development of technological solutions that are brought into practical use.
15:15 Break with snacks
15:45 Panel with Industry 4.0 top professionals in Estonia, moderated by Urmas Lepik Jüri Riives from TTÜ and IMECC - Industry 4.0 importer to Estonia Urmo Sisask from Hyrles - Industry 4.0 revolutionary Kaija Valdmaa from Estfeed/Elering - Digitalization powered with EEA Norway Grants success case Toomas Kärner from Telia - IoT guru, working on unlocking the potential of digitizing businesses.
17:30 End of the seminar
The event is free of charge and will be done on first come, first serve basis!
We have only limited amount of seats.
Seminar is organised in cooperation with Tallinn University of Technology TTÜ, Federation of Estonian Engineering Industry EML, Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunications ITL, Innovative Manufacturing Engineering Systems Competence Centre IMECC and Norwegian Embassy.
Industry 4.0 seminar's Keynote by Andreas Landmark "The Ingredients for an Industrial Revolution"
Andreas Landmark is Research Scientist fromSINTEF. Most of his work is related to innovation and Industry 4.0.
SINTEF is the largest independent research organisation in Norway/Scandinavia.
Over the last 60 years, scientists in SINTEF have created value and innovation through knowledge generation and development of technological solutions that are brought into practical use.
Today, SINTEF is a broadly based, multidisciplinary research institute with international top-level expertise in technology, medicine and the social sciences.
SINTEF scientists develop solutions to some of society's grand challenges by being at the forefront of strategic focus areas:
Renewable energy, climate- and environmental technology
Oil and gas
Ocean space technology
Health and welfare
Deliver innovation by developing knowledge and technologies that are applied and brought into practical use.
Perform contract R&D as a partner for the private and public sectors.
Build and operate research laboratories.
Deliver solutions that promote sustainable development.
Create new businesses.
Provide knowledge and premises for public debate and policy development.
SINTEF is an independent, not-for-profit research institute.
They operate in partnership with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and work closely with universities, private- and public authorities.
They offer their customers the best solutions through active collaboration and broad multidisciplinary expertise.
They bridge the research and corporate cultures, and carry out the projects in a professional manner.
SINTEF's financial profits are invested in knowledge, laboratories and other research-related infrastructure.
SINTEF contributes to innovation, value creation and increased competitiveness within the private and public sectors.
SINTEF introduction video.
Outdoor Session no2: Rat Race 2017 - White-Collars Charity Run on Friday, June 2nd.
Will you join our CEO this year? Yes? Sign up today!
NECC will compete under Team Norway name :)
The aim of Rat Race is to bring the “office rats” out into the fresh air and through humour and fun promote charity and an active lifestyle. This year's donations will go to support the Youth in Risk program.
Rat Race started first in New York as an entertaining, sportive charity run for, so-to-say, white-collars. In Tallinn, the route is filled with amusing obstacles and takes the participants right through the Old Town.
This year, the event takes place on June 2, 2017 and is accompanied with an exciting entertainment program on the official stage. There is also a wide range of awards up for winning for all the participants provided by the partners of Rat Race to make the event even more thrilling.
Rat Race Tallinn is organized by JCI Tallinn. JCI unites active people, who show initiative, are motivated and aim high. JCI is a place to learn, experience, and achieve both your personal and professional goals.
A team consists up to 5 members
Recommended: a costume – it could be anything, allow your team to shine amongst the others. Wear comfortable footwear.
The route must be finished in half an hour maximum.
Participants are responsible for their state of health during the event. Obligatory: optimistic and enthusiastic state of mind!
If you are not up for running, you are welcome to cheer our "champion athletes" beside the track or on the finish line! :)
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May 23rd - Indusrty 4.0 - Raising Productivity seminar
June 2nd - Outdoor Session no2: Rat Race
August 24th - Kick-off mingling with Kaja Kallas
Aug 28th - Foreign Chambers Golf Tournament in Niitvälja