Speaker Partners

Below you can find the speaker partners for Intelligent Sensor Networks Conference – Special edition in partnership with Managing Aging Plants Conference & Expo, which took place on May 23, 2017, at Messe Düsseldorf Congress Center – Düsseldorf, Germany.

ciscoCisco is an American technology conglomerate headquartered in San José, California in the center of Silicon Valley.

Cisco develops, manufactures, and sells high-Technology equipment for networking, collaboration and “The Internet of Things” solutions and services.

semiotic labs Semiotic Labs is a machine learning firm focused on condition monitoring.

We believe that in 5 to 10 years, 0% unplanned downtime will be the new norm.

For that to happen, sensors, domain knowledge and data science must work together and turn data into actionable information about when and why equipment fails.

Flyability

Flyability is a Swiss company building safe drones for inaccessible places.

By allowing drones to be used safely in cities, inside buildings and structures, and in contact with people, it enables new interactions and services with UAV technology.

ZensorEstablished in 2013 as a spin-off from the Brussels university VUB, Zensor quickly became acknowledged for its innovative technology to accurately detect corrosion activity on offshore wind turbine foundations. By combining the initial experiences with its profound material expertise and data analysis knowledge, Zensor has become a one-stop-shop for monitoring industry assets. Today, Zensor serves SME’s and enterprises in verticals like renewables, civil infrastructure, oil & gas and pipelines. Through sensor-driven data collection and analysis, Zensor allows safe and cost-effective monitoring of your assets, providing real-time business intelligence.
The Chair for Manufacturing Automation and Assembly (FAMS) is part of the Institute for Production Technology at the University of Siegen.

The research focus is on methods for recording and modeling of human work processes in assembly environments, the assembly of additively produced parts as well as new robotic systems.

CybusFounded in 2015 in Hamburg, Cybus develops a smart networking solution for industry 4.0 and the “Industrial Internet of Things” (IIoT).

Cybus enables innovative industrial equipment manufacturers to provide its customers from manufacturing and logistics data-driven value-added services, such as remote monitoring or predictive maintenance.

SenseyeSenseye, the ‘Uptime as a Service’ company has developed software to automatically predict the failure of machines, helping asset owners to avoid unplanned downtime and save money.
TNOTNO connects people and knowledge to create innovations that boost the sustainable competitive strength of industry and well-being of society.

TNO is an independent research organization. We focus on transitions or changes in five social themes: Industry, Healthy Living, Defence, Urbanisation, Energy.

B&R Industrial AutomationB&R is a global leader in industrial automation and provides complete Industrial IoT solutions for customers, including hardware, software and service.

The whole B&R product portfolio relies on the open automation technologies POWERLINK and openSAFETY in combination with OPC UA and TSN.

kinergizer logoMotion energy harvesters convert vibration into electricity that can power wireless sensors. Kinergizer using the patented technology addresses the biggest drawbacks with wireless sensors – limited battery power and the maintenance cost of frequent battery replacement. By harvesting a wide frequency range Kinergizer enables a flexible and practical retrofit of existing industrial assets.
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