Smart Factory ConnAction Conference
Smart does it!
Which producer would not like to become the supplier of leading car manufacturers? How can we develop and improve our production with high-tech and still affordable automation tools?
The Smart Factory ConnAction is the ultimate conference for decision-makers and suppliers of the automotive industry where you can hear from the latest trends while building up new business relationships. This year will be the second edition of the Smart Factory ConnAction conference, organised by the specialists of industrial IT and automation, the Com-Forth team.
Building on the positive feedbacks of the event, this year's two-day event will give even more exciting insight into the IT trends and latest production technologies of the industry by Hungarian and foreign presenters. In addition visiting Mercedes Plant in Kecskemét helps the participants learn more about practical aspects. The presentations also show how can a Hungarian manufacturer become a respected and solid supplier of international car manufacturers. Moreover there will be organized meetings for business networking with the representatives of the sector as well as with the customers of the automotive industry.
Registration 1.0 (For the participants to the Mercedes site visit)
Hotel Sheraton Kecskemét
Site visit, Welcome speech, Gábor Kiss, External Relations, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Ltd.
The bus leaves from the Sheraton Hotel entrance
Péter Bóna, Managing Director, Com-Forth Ltd.
Smart Factory - An overview. Where are we today?
Leveraging Industrie 4.0 for Operational Excellence
Thomas Schulz, Channel Manager, GE Digital
Section - Smart Factory in the Automotive Industry. How can you benefit from it?
MES 4.0 implementation at a site of a Hungarian automotive supplier.
Attila Vincze, IT Manager, Alcoa Wheel Products Europe
Case study - The way towards the MES 4.0 - Automatic data collection in the turbo factory in Oroszlány
Imre Eichhardt, Operations Director, BorgWarner Oroszlány Ltd.
Networking coffee break
Opportunities for Tier I and Tier II suppliers generated by Industrie 4.0, and the expectations of the OEMs in terms of data collection
Dr. László Urbán, Deputy CEO, Magyar Suzuki Zrt.
Gábor Gerencsér, Director, Product Launch, Opel Szentgotthárd Kft.
Imre Eichhardt, Operations Director, BorgWarner Oroszlány Kft.
Judit Hirschler, Managing Director, Hirschler Glas Kft.
The new interactive way of collaboration can reimagine and optimize the design review and manufacturing processes in automotive industry... or will yesterday's tools solve tomorrow's challenge
András Leveli, Director of Business Unit, LSK Hungária Kft.
Cocktail reception in the vendor area
Hotel Sheraton Kecskemét
Péter Bóna, Managing Director, Com-Forth Kft.
The basis for Industrial Internet – Connectivity, and a reliable, good working IT network
Péter Bóna, Managing Director, Com-Forth Kft.
Industrial Vision - Machine vision solutions for automated quality control
András Németh, CTIO, Dolphio Technologies Ltd.
2in1: Optimised security and energy management with modern UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply)
Gábor Szabó, Sales Director, BPS Ltd.
Networking coffee break
Section - Cyber Security
Cyber Security - The requirements in terms of Information Security, or our friend ISO 27001
Tamás Lengré, Managing Director, ASC Ltd.
Cyber Security - Theory and Practice
Dr. István Mezgár, Associate professor and Senior Research Associate, Research Laboratory on Engineering & Management Intelligence, Institute for Computer Science and Control, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
The Evolution of Industrial Cyber Security: The convergence of Information Technology and Operation Technology
Thomas Schulz, Channel Manager, GE Digital
The advantages of using an industrial firewall for manufacturing usage
Péter Bóna, Com-Forth Ltd.
Section - Installation, Operation - Success and fail
‘Smart employee’. Tomorrow’s motivated staff - The diversity of personality types
Zoltán Papp, Managing Director, HCB Solutions Ltd.
The success of an IT integration depends on humans. The understanding of ’human factor’ is crucial. Panel Discussion
The conference may provide essential information for:
- Senior management (CEO, CIO) of Automotive Manufacturers (OEM), Technology suppliers (Tier I, Tier II) and Raw material manufacturers (Tier III) as well as experts from the following areas:
- Manufacturing, Production, Maintenance
- Purchasing, Sourcing
- Supplier Quality Development, Quality management
If you are an end user (car manufacturer OEM, TIER I, TIER II, TIER III supplier), the access to the event will be free of charge for you.
- Automatization and ICT manufacturers, distributors, system itnegrators
If you are in the field of automatization, IT, telecommunication device producer, distributor or reseller (marketing manager, partner manager, sales manager or business development manager), the entry to the event would be EUR 300 + VAT / person.
We can grant early bird passes at a discounted fee of EUR 250, if you register before the 30th May 2016.
We can also grant further discount of more people from the same company wish to attend the event.
- Media, journalists
If you represent a media body, you are cordiannly invited to participate in the event free of charge.
Please feel free to reach out to us if you wish to discuss with any of our guest speakers, or if you wish to make an interview before, during or after the event.
The registration via our website is not an automatic accreditation. We can only deliver Media Pass to journalists who wish to collect information for and on behalf of an existing media, and the information serves as material for publication.
We reserve the right to refuse to deliver media passes.
Marketing managers, PR managers, sales managers, advertisement managers, art directors and people from other non-journalistic positions, are not eligible to attend the event free of charge.
If you wish to attend the Smart Factory ConnAction conference, please fill out the below registration form. Our colleague will get in touch with you shortly.
Should you need accomodation, please let us know till the 14th of June, after that we can not guarantee available rooms in the hotel. The prices are the following: Standard single room 21 800Ft/person/night + IFA, Standard double room 25 800Ft/2 person/night+ IFA.
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Four Points by Sheraton Kecskemet Hotel & Conference Center
6000 Kecskemét, Izsák út 6.
The Four Points by Sheraton Kecskemet is conveniently close to the center of Kecskemét, the home of a Mercedes-Benz manufacturing plant. Via Highway M5, Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) can be reached in approximately 35 minutes, and Budapest itself is about 50 minutes away.
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Com-Forth is one of the most significant distributor of industrial communication, automation and computing in Hungary with a dedicated portfolio for railway. Com-Forth is a 100% family-owned, financial stable Hungarian company, founded in 1988, since then offers systems and integrated solutions, products and services for the field of IT industry and automation.
The industrial network of connected machines with data analytics is creating a new frontier of competitiveness for information-centric modern organizations. Advancements in cloud and in-memory computing, distributed databases and data science, along with proliferation of sensing and controls, have given rise to "big data"—fundamentally changing the ways in which individuals, organizations and machines interact with their intelligent environments. Convergence of these physical and digital improvements has paved a way for the Industrial Internet, driving efficiency gains across the production value chain. Standardization, a robust policy framework, and education for skilled workers are also key efforts that need to come together to enable the 4th Industrial Revolution.
Moxa provides a full spectrum of quality products for industrial networking, computing, and automation, and maintains a distribution and service network that reaches customers in more than 70 countries. Our products have connected over 30 million devices worldwide in a wide range of applications, including factory automation, smart rail, smart grid, intelligent transportation, oil & gas, marine, and mining. By continually improving staff expertise in a variety of technologies and markets, we aim to be the first choice for industrial automation solutions.
IRIS certified Moxa has provided key communications, data control, and computing infrastructure for dozens of successful major railway projects around the world. Metro, high speed rail and conventional rolling stock applications on six continents have all used Moxa solutions that were ideal fits for their automatic train operations (ATO), automatic train supervision (ATS), passenger-oriented systems (POS) as well as trackside, signaling, and other communications systems.
LSK Hungaria Ltd. was founded in 1994 with full Hungarian ownership. Our main field of company activity is meeting educational, business and multimedia needs in full. Distributing and renting traditional presentation tools and devices, integrated enterprise and educational solutions, 3D projection at home, projector screen for entry to professional level along with offering professional advising are all parts of the company’s daily activities. Our, brand new interactive enterprise solutions were introduced in 2014.
BPS Ltd – Quarter of a century for secure energy supplies
Our company, BPS Business Power Systems Hungary Ltd., one of the largest domestic distributors and services of Uninterruptible Power Supplies achieved 1.3 billion HUF revenue in 2015. We have more than 2000 satisfied customers from small and large businesses, private companies and government agencies, Hungarian and multinational organizations alike. We have been representing Eaton, one of the leaders of the UPS market, and theirs predecessors since 1989. Uninterrupted security is warranted not only by high quality of our products but by our well prepared services owning high value spare parts stock as well.
Bizerba scales and other manufacturing solutions are known is Hungary since almost 50 years. A sales department was created in the 1960s and the Hungarian child company Bizerba Mérleg Hungária Kft. was founded in 1991. Apart from engineering and technical desks, there are also software developers and customer service desks within the Hungarian child company. Their main objective is exclusive distribution and installation of Bizerba products, as well as the maintenance of almost 20,000 devices present on the market.
The journal of industries
TechMonitor is a well-known technical professional magazine of Hungarian industrial firms and domestic technical life. The thematic splitting unique in the domestic industrial media covers almost every field of production and innovation. The four main thematic columns (The Market, The Topic, The Knowledge and The Professional) informs readers about the actual trends of the Hungarian and international industry and technical novelties. The thematic splitting also helps enterprises to place their technical and commercial information in the magazine in a focused manner.
Gyártástrend Magazine is the leading specialist publisher within the industrial-technological market in Hungary. We belong to Professional Publishing Hungary Ltd., which is one of the leading Hungarian specialist publishers with its family of 15 specialist publications. It has gained market leading position regarding publications in the areas of industrial technologie, medical, media/marketing, food trade, gastronomy and tourism.
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