Industry 4.0 & Robotics

The fourth industrial revolution has arrived, making smart factories and cyber-physical systems the new norm. Novel concepts for automation are an essential part of Industry 4.0.


Additive Manufacturing

Also known as 3D printing, Additive Manufacturing (AM) has reached a level of maturity where companies can join in without worrying about prolonged periods of adjustment. At the HighTech Summit 2018, industry participants will be presented with state-of-the-art AM solutions that are ready to adapt and also get a glimpse into the future of the field.

The Digital Twin of Production

The idea of physical objects having a digital representation – a “digital twin” – is a key concept in Industry 4.0. The discipline borrows from artificial intelligence, machine learning and software analytics to breathe life into the digital twin: as the physical counterpart changes, so does the digital simulation model. While the main focus here will be industrial production, other digital twin applications will also be touched upon.

Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Future robots will be mobile, collaborative, autonomous and connected to the cloud in an Industry 4.0 context. Scientists and industry representatives from the blooming Danish environment within robotics and automation will present their views and latest discoveries at the High Tech Summit 2018. Besides applications in industrial production, also drones will be in focus.

Industrial Biotechnology

Several world-leading biotech companies are located in Denmark. Over recent years, their production has become ever more sophisticated. While techniques for online production line control such as Near-Infrared (NIR) measurements are already standard, the industry is currently looking into Big Data and Internet of Things based optimization technologies.

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