Klaus Ottradovetz

Distinguished Expert, Member of the Atos Scientific community, Atos International Germany GmbH

Having worked closely with many innovation partners on the definition and implementation of industry- and technology platforms (IoT, Smart City, Blockchain, “PaaS”, Big Data and Analytics across IT and OT) Klaus joined the GAIA-X project and contributed to the use cases as well as the documents describing GAIA-X as an enabler for Infrastructure- and Data ecosystems.

Klaus is speaking at

Focus Track 1 - European Data Spaces
November 3, 2020
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Speakers

  • Lars Nagel (Chair) CEO, International Data Spaces Association
  • Simon Scerri (Chair) Senior Researcher, Fraunhofer IAIS
  • Ed Curry (Chair) Vice President, BDVA / Insight / NUI Galway
  • Yvo Volman (Speaker) Head of Unit, European Commission
  • Dario Avallone (Speaker) R&D Director, Engineering
  • Maria-Esther Vidal (Speaker) Head of the Scientific Data Management Group and Professor, German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB)
  • Jon Ander Gomez (Speaker) Associate Professor, Universitat Politècnica de València/DeepHealth project
  • Pierre Bitard (Speaker) Director Innovation & foresight projects, ANRT - Association Nationale de la Recherche et de la Technologie
  • Douwe Lycklama (Speaker) Owner and founder, Innopay
  • Elena Poughia (Speaker) CEO, Dataconomy Media GmbH
  • Yann Lechelle (Speaker) CEO, Scaleway
  • Klaus Ottradovetz (Speaker) Distinguished Expert, Member of the Atos Scientific community, Atos International Germany GmbH

Description

Data Governance, Data Usage, Federation of Data Spaces, Scale AI in Europe

This track will bring together leading initiatives that are paving the way for what could become functional implementations of European-governed data sharing spaces. For Europe to compete at an international level, its smaller but highly diversified data producers need to join forces. The European Data Strategy outlines a roadmap to enable and realise data sharing spaces as a means to power up AI in Europe by increasing access to data. The longterm vision is for an initial number of sector-based data sharing spaces to interoperate. The need to comply with European values, ethics and legislation when handling data should not be considered restrictive, but as a safeguard for risk-free data sharing that encourage increased participation. In this track, we want to move beyond the ‘What’ and consider ‘How’ all this can be achieved through convergence and standardization efforts by projects, organisations and other entities possessing the right technical know-how, experiences and commitment.

Application Track 1 - Manufacturing
November 4, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Speakers

  • Daniel Senff (Chair) Deputy Secretary General, Plattform Industrie 4.0
  • Davide Dalle Carbonare (Chair) Senior Researcher / BDVA Board of Directors member, Engineering
  • Sergio Gusmeroli (Speaker) Research Coordinator, Project Manager of the AI REGIO project, Politecnico di Milano
  • Massimo Ippolito (Speaker) Head of Digital Innovation & Infrastructure, Comau
  • Peter Post (Speaker) Vice President, Festo
  • Michael Jochem (Speaker) Director Business Chief Digital Office Industry, Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Klaus Ottradovetz (Speaker) Distinguished Expert, Member of the Atos Scientific community, Atos International Germany GmbH
  • Matthias Kuom (Speaker) Policy Officer, European Commission - DG CNECT - Unit A2: Technologies and Systems for Digitising Industry

Description

The digital transformation phenomena started years ago to turn industry in a smart sector. Smart Manufacturing, as one of the most important pillars for European economy, is deeply impacted as well. This transformation is driven by new forms of economic activity and work, globally, where digital ecosystems help to replace rigid and strictly defined value chains with highly dynamic and globally connected value networks including new forms of cooperation. Data-driven business models prioritise the benefit to the customer and solutions, replacing the focus on the product as the prevailing paradigm of industrial value creation. Availability, transparency and access to data are key factors for success in the connected economy and largely determine competitiveness. In this scenario, Industrie 4.0 describes a fundamental process of innovation and transformation in industrial production for Europe. BDVA is focusing on those challenges, in the manufacturing sector, that still need to be considered and solved. This session will present and discuss European strategies and key fields of actions to foster the digital transformation and strengthen the global competitiveness of Europe’s manufacturing sector.

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