As part of DGP program we intent to give you a practical understanding of the commercial aspects of industrial and governmental applications of the new digital and emerging technologies such as IoT, AI/Machine learning, Robotics and more.
In the series of “Technology Applied” seminars, you’re now cordially invited to our first seminar focusing on Internet of Things.
In collaboration with Force Technologies, inQvation, and the Danish Industry Foundation, please join us for an exciting day of:
IoT Applied – Commercial Aspects for Industry and Government.
The seminar will be in Danish.
20th of November from 10AM to 3PM
inQvation: Erik Husfeldts Vej 7, 2630 Taastrup
10.00: Welcome by DGP, inQvation, and Force Technology
10.30: “How does a wireless IoT network look?” an introduction by Jeppe Pilgaard Bjerre from Force
IoT in Practice
11.00 “Smart City” by Morten Koed Rasmussen, Klimaarbejder at Høje Taastrup Municipality
11.20 “Eldercare” by Rasmine Rasmussen, CMO of Sarita Caretech
11.40 “Smart City” by Hasse Hauch, GIS- og Digitaliseringschef at Frederiksberg Municipality
12.00 Lunch + tour of the house at inQvation
IoT in Practice
13.00 “Signal technology” by Michael Karlsen, CEO & Co-founder of Onomondo
13.20 “IoT for hospitals” by Morten Egholm, CTO of SaniNudge
13.40 “Optimizing manufacturing” by Tommy Vincentz Larsen, CEO & Partner at Operator Systems
14.10 Espen Gregersen, Senior Business Development Manager at IoT Denmark
14.25 Birger Hauge, CIO of Zibra Group
14.40 Panel QA
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About digital growth path
Digital Growth Path (DGP) is an Industry 4.0 focused part of the Go Grow programme. Target companies work within Robotics, IoT, AI, VR, AR, 3D print, and sensor technologies for manufacturing. Developed in cooperation with the Danish Industry Foundation and a range of university and business partners, DGP aims to accelerate manufacturing-tech entrepreneurs by educational modules and peer-interaction. The DGP startup companies apply through the same competitive Go Grow process and work alongside the entrepreneurs in the Go Grow programme.