workshop mobility

Research Priorities for Electric, Connected and Automated Mobility: ECS SRIA and Mobility.E Lighthouse


enable S3

The Mobility.E Lighthouse is a collaboration and networking platform of excellent projects to keep the European industry ahead of the global competition. It assists in the uptake of future relevant technologies for electric, connected, automated driving (ECAD) and mobility solutions that address societal challenges.

Programme

11.30
Welcome
Carolin Zachaeus, VDI/VDE-IT
11.35
Mobility.E Lighthouse presentation
Benjamin Wilsch, VDI/VDE-IT
11.55
Presentation of SRIA chapter and ECA mobility challenges
Michael Paulweber, AVL LIST and Patrick Pype, NXP Semiconductors
12.15
Research Priorities for Connected Shared Mobility
Reiner John, Infineon
12.35
The importance of smart infrastructure data for the verification and validation of automated systems.
Thomas Kühbeck, Lecturer Stanford
12.50
Q&A
Carolin Zachaeus, VDI/VDE-IT

workshop Industry

Research priorities for digitalisation of industries


The Industry4.E Lighthouse has a special focus on all means of microelectronics and ICT for Digital Industry. Operating across project, funding, and national boundaries, Industry4.E is expected to bring together relevant RDI projects funded across various funding programmes helping them to connect with each other and the end-user/stakeholder community. This workshop is an exciting opportunity to learn about the work the LIASE and related parties are doing on Industry4.E Lighthouse.

Programme

11.30
Welcome & Introducing the Industry4.E lighthouse, - LIASE, CSA & I4.E Whitepaper
Andrew Lynch, IMR
11.50
Reviewing Industrial Digitalisation Roadmaps
Leire Etxeberria, Mondragon Unibertsitatea
12.15
ECS SRIA 2021 - Digital Industry
Olli Ventä, VTT
12.43
Discussion and Q & A 
Andrew Lynch, IMR
lighthouse industry

workshop health

Emerging Technologies supporting the Healthcare Digital Transformation


lighthouse health

Health.E will accelerate the innovation in medical devices and systems by stimulating the development of open technology platforms and standards, thereby moving away from the inflexible and costly point solutions that presently dominate electronic medical device manufacturing.

Open technology platforms, supported by roadmaps, will generate the production volumes needed for sustained technology development, resulting in new and better solutions in the healthcare domain.

Programme

11.30
Session Welcome
Olivier Horbowy, STMicroelectronics
Quick intro on the SRIA content to introduce the emerging trends presented in the workshop, including presentation of the panelists
11.40
Convergence between MedTech, Pharma and ECS, a Health.E lighthouse update
Ronald Dekker, Philips
12.05
The shift to value-based healthcare: impact & priorities
German Gutierrez, Medtronic Integrated Health Solutions
12.30
Home as the central location for the patients: which priorities to support the paradigm shift?
Philippe Cinquin, head of TIMC (Medical Engineering lab), CNRS / Univ. Grenoble Alpes / Grenoble University Hospital
12.55
Wrap up
Olivier Horbowy, STMicroelectronics