Hannover Messe Digital Days 14-15 July 2020

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Hannover Messe 2020 goes digital

Physical events may now be a distant memory, but knowledge, innovation and community can still blossom online. Even though we cannot meet face-to-face, we can still share the value of mobile communications and how Ericsson is continuing to shape the industrial landscape. We stand behind Deutsche Messe and hope this digital platform will serve to inform and inspire our expanding ecosystem, until we meet again.

Hannover Messe Digital Days

Ericsson is a connectivity partner for Industry 4.0

Message from Thomas Norén, Head of Dedicated Networks at Ericsson

Speakers

The role of the network edge for Industry 4.0

July 14, 2020, 12:00-12:30 CEST

Joe Wilke

VP, Head of Center of Excellence
Ericsson

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Plug and play, Industry Connect

July 15, 2020, 18:00-18:30 CEST

Erik Josefsson

Head of Advanced Industries & Business Development, Dedicated Networks
Ericsson

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Reliable and secure global IoT for industry digital transformation

July 15, 2020, 18:00-18:30 CEST

Stephen Dane

Global Head of IoT Sales and Customer Success, Ericsson

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Ericsson insights on the value of mobile network connectivity for Industry 4.0

Smart Manufacturing and how to get started – The Implementation and ROI of Industry 4.0 use cases

Just released: According to a new report from ABI Research, deploying dedicated cellular-enabled Industry 4.0 solutions can enable new technological solutions and generate an operational cost savings return on investment (ROI) of 10 to 20x over 5 years. In aggregate, these solutions can generate 8.5% in operational cost savings, which equates to US$200 to US$600 per square meter per year for a factory or industrial site. Manufacturing executives need to understand why and how they need to develop the right connectivity strategies to unlock this value.

 

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On-demand webinar: Smart Manufacturing and how to get started with Industry 4.0

In this 30 min webinar you will learn about:

  • Cellular connectivity is becoming a critical component in Industry 4.0. What is the cost of inaction (COI) if you don’t invest in cellular connectivity for your factory?
  • The ROI from five manufacturing Industry 4.0 use cases, including asset tracking, condition-based monitoring, provisioning connected products, mobile robots and augmented reality.
  • How you can get started with each of the five use cases.

Find out more from our experts: Erik Josefsson, Head of Advanced Industries & Business Development, and Sebastian Elmgren, Smart manufacturing expert.

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5G and Wi-Fi: Charting a path toward superior indoor connectivity

5G New Radio and Wi-Fi 6 are able to boost bandwidth and capacity while being more efficient than legacy connectivity solutions. But, which one should you pick for your specific needs?

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Superior connectivity for Industry 4.0: Ericsson’s easy and customizable private mobile network and 5G offerings for industrial deployment

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Wireless cellular solutions for Industry 4.0

Enterprises implementing Industry 4.0 need fast, reliable, secure wireless connectivity solutions. Ericsson’s wireless connectivity solutions, purpose-built for industrial environments, provide secure, reliable coverage, high device density, predictable latency, and full visibility of machines, processes and data.

Ericsson offers global connectivity and device management through the IoT Accelerator, automated security management as well as on-premise connectivity solutions for industries. Learn more about our Industry 4.0 enabling products and solutions.

Reference overview of industrial 5G deployments and commercial implementations covering most demanding industrial use cases

Ericsson was named winner of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Award (IEEA) at the Hannover Messe: Digital Days 2020

The IEEA Award was designed to identify exceptional processes and their applications in the industry with regards to energy efficiency and Ericsson is proud to have convinced the jury with the application addressing 5G powered efficiency and sustainability improvements at the Port of Livorno, Italy.

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Ericsson UnBoxed Office: 5G for Industry 4.0 with ABB

The Covid-19 pandemic has had dramatic consequences for global output, but how might this have looked in a more connected industrial world? What happens when you cut the cables and set your production facilities free? Join industry experts from Ericsson and ABB to learn how cutting edge 5G technology is setting the course for your journey to Industry 4.0

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News & blogs 2020

Ericsson enables 5G standalone for industries with dedicated network trial kits

As enterprises explore 5G capabilities and the potential improvement on productivity, Ericsson is now offering 5G standalone (SA) dedicated network trial kits to enable a high-performance path to Industry 4.0.

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Industry podcasts

Episode #9 – Victoria Van Camp, SKF

February 5, 2020

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The future of production

Today, we meet Victoria Van Camp, CTO of SKF, the world’s largest bearing manufacturing company, founded in 1907. Victoria is responsible for bringing this historic company into an industrial IoT arena. She discusses how the company is transforming its traditional business model to a service-orientated ‘reliable rotation’ approach using data, AI and connectivity for capabilities like predictive maintenance.

IoT podcast guest Kent Eriksson, PTC

Episode #8 – Kent Eriksson, PTC

January 16, 2020

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Transforming industries

In episode 8, we welcome Kent Eriksson to the table, Senior Advisor at PTC, a Boston-based software company that’s driving innovation adoption across industries. He discusses digital transformation in industries such as manufacturing, and how AR, AI and automation could transform operational efficiency and output through balanced human-machine cooperation.

IoT podcast guest Dr. Henning Löser from Audi talking to Ericsson's Behdad Banian

Episode #7 – Dr. Henning Löser, Audi

October 31, 2019

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The ultimate playground

In our latest episode, we visit the German manufacturing giant, Audi, to talk to Dr. Henning Löser, Head of the Audi production lab. Here, he discusses his role in exploring new technology for smart manufacturing and what the factory of the future might look like. He touches on the market’s search for real-time communication for automation and the opportunities for operators as 5G establishes itself.

IoT podcast guest Staffan Dahlström from HMS

Episode #4 – Staffan Dahlström, HMS

July 10, 2019

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Mobile machines & marathons

Introducing Staffan Dahlström, CEO and co-founder of HMS (Hardware Meets Software), the leading independent supplier of solutions for industrial communication and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Staffan gives us a deeper look at combining OT with IT, shares the key to finding where the true value lies in IIoT, and tells us what he thinks the future looks like for the industry in five years.

Going down memory lane: #HM19

Featured at Hannover Messe 2019

In 2019, Ericsson was one of the first to deploy and operate 5G for industrial use cases at Hannover Messe. According to ABI research, “wireless was transformed from a dirty word to a hot topic”.

Smarter factories need smarter connectivity

Our turnkey solution solves the connectivity needs of the smart factory.

5G-enabled human-robot collaboration

Ericsson, Audi and SICK are revolutionizing safer vehicle production using 5G technology.

Future flexible production

See how Ericsson and ABB combine their strengths to bring Industry 4.0 to life.

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