EU-China thematic workshop on Industry IoT – Beijing – July 6, 2015

The second CHOICE Workshop in China on “Industry IoT” took place on July 6, 2015 in Beijing.

The aim of this event was to explore the scope and discuss China-EU cooperation in the field of Industry IoT (Internet of Things).

This workshop brought together more than 30 attendees from the Chinese and European IoT research community who dialogued directly with potential partners and discussed the research topic in depth.

Event report

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Final agenda and proceedings

09:30-09:50- Opening session 开场致辞

Introduction of CHOICE Project and Results so far (PDF) – Thomas OWENS (Brunel University London– UK)

• Introduction of background and objective of the workshop in Industry IoT (CAICT/MIIT, China)

09:50-10:50- New service model and typical use cases for Industry IoT 工业物联网的新业务模型和典型应用案例

FITMAN Project and I4MS initiative (PDF) – Oscar LAZARO (Managing director, innovalia – Spain)

The New Service Operation Support Platform for Industrial IoT (PDF) – JunPing WANG (Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy – China)

11:10-12:10- The ICT deployment status in factory and development trend under the concept of Industry IoT 工业物联网概念下工厂中ICT配置现状及发展趋势

•  ICT deployment status in factory and development trend under the concept of industry 4.0 (PDF)– Michel POULY (innoLAB/ CADCAMation – Switzerland)

Connecting DCS to Industry Internet (PDF) – Yiming ZHU (CTO, Hollysys – China)

14:00-15:00- Cloud computing and big data technology to support industry IoT 支持工业物联网的云计算和大数据等技术

Cloud computing and big data technology to support industry 4.0 (PDF)– Prof. Dr. Pauli KUOSMANEN (CEO, DIGILE – Bittium – Finland) & Jun LI (University of Science and Technology of China – China)

15:00-15:40- Roadmap and progress of industry IoT Standardization 工业物联网标准化蓝图及发展

Standardization for Automation System Integration (PDF)– Xiaodong LI (SAC/TC159 – China)

Consideration of standardization for industrial IoT (PDF)– Haihua LI (Institute of Communication Standards Research of CAICT – China)

16:00-16:50- Capability requirements of network infrastructure to support industry IoT 支持工业物联网的网络基础设施性能要求

Capability requirements of network infrastructure to support Industry 4.0 (PDF) – Markku KORKIAKOSKI (Elektrobit Ltd.- Finland)

Exploration of Industrial Internet Innovation Development (PDF) – Dong ZHANG (China Telecom – China)

16:50-17:20- Review the key finding of the workshop, Input to the EU-China IoT expert group meeting 讨论研讨会主要结论,将其应用于中欧物联网专家组会议

17:20-17:30- Concluding Speech 总结致辞

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EU speakers' biography

Markku KorkiakoskiMr. Korkiakoski has a long industrial experience on network infrastructures and its industrial aspects. Entering EB Elektrobit in 2006 as a project Manager, he is now Program Manager and Senior Specialist in Standardization. He is mainly involved in 3GPP LTE, but has also been participating to ETSI groups.

Along with his experience within EB Elektrobit, he is currently Focus Area Director at DIGILE where he heads the largest cyber security programme in the whole Europe “Cyber Trust”, estimated at over 50M euro.

Prof. Dr. Pauli Kuosmanen: Pauli Kuosmanen received the B.Sc., M.Sc., and Licentiate degrees in mathematics from the University of Tampere, Finland, in 1989, 1991, and 1993, respectively. He received the doctor of technology degree in signal processing from the Tampere University of Technology in 1994.

Since 1990 he has held various research and teaching positions at the University of Tampere and the Tampere University of Technology. Currently, he is a part-time Professor of Signal Processing. From August 2001 to February 2004 he was working as a Director of New Technologies at the Research Center of Elisa Communications Corp. Since that he was a technology manager (IT-technologies) at Elisa R&D until September 2005.

Late 2005 he became CTO of Plenware, while in 2008, he decided to join as CTO the newly-founded TIVIT, which was quickly refereed as the strategic center of science, technology and innovation in the field of ICT. In 2013, the name of TIVIT was changed into DIGILE and its field of operations was extended to embrace digital services. In 2015, Prof. Dr. Pauli Kuosmanen has been appointed CEO of the institution.

Prof. Kuosmanen has authored over 100 international journal and conference articles, 5 international book chapters, and he is co-author of the “Fundamentals of Nonlinear Digital Filtering” book. He has supervised tens of M.Sc. and 11 Dr.Tech. students and has been leading dozens of research projects related to signal and image processing, telecommunications, and digital media technology.

Oscar Lazaro: Dr Oscar Lazaro is Managing Director of Innovalia Association, the Associated Research Lab founded by the Innovalia Alliance, one of the 3 strategic technology groups in the Basque Country. Innovalia, with more than 25 years of experience in technology-based product and service innovation with SMEs, develops ICT-based solutions in the areas of information security, software quality, M2M and mobile multimedia information services. Innovalia products and services address major telecom operators, broadcasters, transport infrastructure operators and manufacturing industries.

Dr Oscar Lazaro has more than 15 years of experience in the ICT field and is leading research and product development activities of Innovalia for Smart Cities and Factories of the Future domains. Oscar Lazaro is also Visiting Professor at the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department of the University of Strathclyde in the area of wireless & mobile communications. He is since 2013 chairman of the Digital Business Innovation (DBI) Cluster and a permanent representative of Innovalia in EFFRA (European factories of the Future research Association) and Future Internet Steering Board.

Innovalia is a key partner in the FITMAN (Future Internet Technologies for Manufacturing Industries) project actively researching on real-time information management systems, mobile visual data analytics and trustful collaboration technologies in the domain of the factories of the future (smart, digital and virtual factories). Innovalia is also leading the I4MS-Gate (ICT Innovation for Manufacturing SMEs) a 130 M€ initiative designed to help high-tech small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) exploit the potential of ICTs to help grow their businesses.

Michel PoulyMr. Michel Pouly’s background covers an extensive industrial curriculum in the field of automatized flexible manufacturing systems.Project Manager at innoLab since 2011, he is currently responsible for developing the innoLAB Living Lab activities in the European FoF and Research for the benefits of SMEs projects. He is strongly involved in the STEPMAN project whose objective is the development of a STEP and STEP NC standard based integrated product lifecycle management solution (interoperability of CAD/CAM systems)

Before being involved at innoLab, Mr. Pouly was senior scientist and lecturer at EPFL where he led the research projects (i) IMS VIPNET involving Japanese and Korean partners, and (ii) DecoCHina aiming at developing a Swiss – Chinese collaborative network of manufacturing SME. Along with this, Mr. Pouly was responsible for piloting the Swiss Microtech participation as demonstrator of state-of-art CNO concepts, methods and tools as part of the FP6 ECOLEAD project.

Participants