- Spotlight DoubleD: Smart Systems Hub – Dresden as a Global IoT Center -

15th November 2017, SEMICON Europa in Munich, Innovation Village (Hall B1/1030)

Dresden, the largest semiconductor hotspot in Europe, is the home of the “Smart Systems Hub – Enabling IoT“, a project within the Digital Hub Initiative, launched by the German Government. The Hub integrates hardware, software and connectivity systems in a new dimension. Being a global IoT center, Dresden brings together crucial success factors needed to help industrial players advance their digital transformation using IoT-based technologies. Over the next few years, International tech companies will be investing more than four billion euros in transformative technology.
On November 15th, 2017, at the leading semiconductor exhibition SEMICON Europa in Munich, using the motto „Spotlight DoubleD: Smart Systems Hub – Dresden as a Global IoT Center“ and #DoubleD, prominent business leaders and scientific experts will be providing new perspectives, discussing critical issues, and presenting the latest technological innovations, IoT-applications and new business models.

Session 1: Volkswagen Startup Incubator Pitch

10 to 12 am

10:00 Opening
10:05 VW Startup Incubator Pitch

Best Practice „Hightech Venture Days - Activation Venture Capital for European Innovation“ Bettina Voßberg, Board Member HighTech Startbahn e. V. – European Hightech Venture Days
11:45 Winner Announcement
12:00 Buffet & Networking at Innovation Village

Session 2: Smart Systems Hub – Enabling IoT: Dresden as a Global IoT Center

3 to 5 pm

  • Host
    Frank Bösenberg, Silicon Saxony Management GmbH
  • Smart Systems Hub as a part of Dresden’s economic ecosystem
    Dr. Robert Franke, Head of the Economic Development Office for the City of Dresden
  • Main issues of the German digital Hub “Smart Systems Hub – Enabling IoT”
    Prof. Frank Fitzek, 5G Lab Germany at Technische Universität Dresden
  • Energy efficiency FDSOI chip technology for IoT and automotive and the FDXcelerator Partner Program
  • Future robotic solutions for material handling automation in Industry 4.0 Applications/Productions
    Burkhard Stegemann, Fabmatics GmbH
  • Tactile Internet as the next evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT)
    Dr. Patrick Grosa, Program Manager BMBF Zwanzig20-Cluster fast
  • Creating sustainable customer value with IoT applications and platforms
    Christoph Kögler, T-Systems Multimedia Solutions GmbH
  • IT-solutions for automation, Industry 4.0 and manufacturing industry
    Björn Schuster, N+P Informationssysteme GmbH
  • Smart Sensor and Production Systems for Industrial IoT
    Dr. Martina Vogel, Fraunhofer IWU
  • Startup Wandelbots offering IT solutions for robotics industry
    Prof. Frank Fitzek, 5G Lab Germany at Technische Universität Dresden

Exzellenz als Prinzip

Dresdens Erfolg beruht auf den Schlüsseltechnologien Mikroelektronik, Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie und Software, Neue Werkstoffe und Nanotechnologie sowie Life Sciences und Biotechnologie. Die interdisziplinäre Zusammenarbeit von Unternehmen und Forschungseinrichtungen bringt Dresden voran.