GIC/AHK Vietnam and Siemens Vietnam - Supporting Vietnamese Enterprises on the path to Industry 4.0

17.07.17

The German Industry and Commerce Vietnam would like to invite you to participate in a business conference on: “Digital enterprise - on the way to Industry 4.0”, that will take place in Melia Hanoi on 20th July 2017. This is a prestigious event for senior government policy and decision-makers, business leaders and specialists to come together and address emerging challenges and opportunities generated by the megatrend of digitalization with a view to support Vietnamese enterprises on the path to Industry 4.0.

Digital enterprise - on the way to Industry 4.0

Date: 20 July 2017, 08:30 am – 12:30 pm

Venue: Melia Hanoi Hotel, 44B Ly Thuong Kiet St., Hanoi

Organizers

This is a joint event of the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade, the German Embassy in Vietnam, Siemens and German Industry and Commerce Vietnam (GIC/AHK Vietnam).

Agenda

08.30 Registration

09.00 Opening speech by Dr. Cao Quoc Hung, Vice Minister, Ministry of Industry and Trade

09.10 Key-note speech by H.E.Mr.Christian Berger, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of

Germany to Vietnam

09.20 Presentation by MOIT: “Industry 4.0: Challenges and Opportunities for Vietnamese

Enterprises”

09.40 Presentation by Mr. Raimund Klein, Siemens Executive Vice President Digital Factory

and Process Industries & Drives ASEAN: “Driving the Digital Enterprises”

10.10 Q&A

10.30 Tea break

10.45 Presentation by GIC/AHK Vietnam

11.00: Panel discussion: “On the journey to Digital Enterprise”

12.00 Q&A

12.30 Lunch

Industry 4.0 – Digital enterprise

The digital transformation of manufacturing - when plants, products and machines become more and more interconnected in an integrated value chain that is based on and connected to the Internet – forms part of the 4th industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). This transformation will bring about many opportunities for enterprises and their customers. The first group can benefit from digital technology by increased productivity, flexibility, efficiency and shorter time to market, thereby increase their competitiveness, while the latter will benefit from more individualized, high-quality products that are customized to meet their specific needs.