Digitalisation Yes – But good processes First

Jul 04, 2019 by FEDIL in  News

In 2017, D4I organised an event to inform on research trends and concrete Industry 4.0 projects implemented in Luxembourg. At this event, participants had the opportunity to sign up for a free Quick-Check ‘Industry 4.0’ assessment.

At this 2019 follow up event, Prof Dr Thomas Korne from the Institute for Production and Logistics Systems (IPL) in Saarbrücken first gave a short in presentation about general results of quick-check assessments in companies. Then companies that have undertaken such an assessment provided decision-makers and managing directors of small and medium-sized enterprises could with their  feedback on the assessment.

While Luxspace shared their takeaways on Industry 4.0 benefits for small volume companies, Prestacylinders explained that processes need to be optimised first before starting digital.

Presentation available here

Workshop on industry 4.0 / Analytics in industrial applications

Oct 24, 2017

On October 24th 2017, D4I organized a workshop on Industry 4.0 / Analytics in industrial applications to showcase a series of concrete engagements where companies have been geeting value from business analytics / data analytics, generating new service opportunities and cost take-out, improving quality etc.

How to start with Industry 4.0 in SMEs

Nov 28, 2017

On November 24, 2017, D4I, in collaboration with FEDIL, Luxinnovation, the Ministry of Economy und the University of Luxembourg, organized a conference entitled ‘How to start with Industry 4.0 in SMEs’.

Smart Start-ups and new Business Models in Supply Chain – Conference Review

May 31, 2018

Out of the box thinking and disruptive innovation are needed in fast paced sectors like supply chain. Start-Ups are creative enough to inspire big players during these game changing times. In order to promote innovative concepts and projects in Luxembourg and the Greater Region, the 11th Cluster for Logistics Luxembourg conference on May 29th 2018 was dedicated to “Smart Start-ups and new Business Models in Supply Chain”. The topic attracted over 100 guests to the Chamber of Commerce where ten start-ups that had the opportunity to present their services.