GI CONFERENCESUnderstanding the current upheavals in industry… and knowing how to take advantage of them!

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The fourth industrial revolution, the digital revolution, has been compounded this year by the coronavirus crisis which is shaking the industrial sector, particularly some of its historical pillars such as the car industry and aviation.

But far from being the fatal blow feared by some prophets of doom, this situation constitutes an opportunity to shuffle the deck permanently by undergoing a complete change of face. It is not by chance that industry constitutes, alongside the energy transition and employment, the main priority of the recovery plan announced by the government on the 3rd of September.

More than 160 experts and manufacturers are expected.

Promising a host of high spots and specialist feedback through a vast program of:

 

·  MASTERCLASSES given by leading captains of industry,

·  KEYNOTES by factory directors and technical managers

·  ROUND TABLES in which 3 to 5 speakers will discuss one of the major industrial, technological or strategic issues of the day

To help you to see your way more clearly and take advantage of the opportunities to come, GLOBAL INDUSTRIE is setting up a whole program of conferences to be held in two TV studios, details of which will be announced shortly.

Hall A


1:30 pm – 2:30 pm – Review and Strategy meeting

The place of industry in the recovery plan
35 billion of the 100 billion Euros of the recovery plan will be devoted to the industrial sector. With a watchword: be firmly optimistic and positive!

Led by Guy Fages, journalist
With Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister Delegate to the Minister of the Economy, Finance and Recovery, in charge of Industry

2:30 pm – 3:15 pm – Review and Strategy keynote

The new face of world industry after Covid

By Benoît Gougeon, Partner, and Alexandre Schaer, Principal, AT Kearney

3:15 pm – 4:00 pm - Review and Strategy debate

What training for tomorrow?
What will my job be tomorrow? How can training be deployed in Industry 4.0, to center it on operational methods of implementation?

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Laurent Champaney, President of Arts & Métiers
Samuel Viollin, Inspector General of Education, Sport and Research, Dean of the Industrial Science and Technology group
Laurent Renaux, Operational Director of the Campus des Métiers et Qualifications (CMQ) (Jobs and Qualifications Campus), Industrie du futur Sud, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur academic region


4:00 pm – 4:45 pm - Review and Strategy meeting


Led by Guy Fages, journalist
With Thomas Courbe, Director General of the Directorate General for Enterprise


4:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Awarding of “Industry of the Future Showcase” trophies
Awarded by the Industry of the Future Alliance (Alliance Industrie du Futur), the “Industry of the Future Showcase” label has been granted since 2015 to the manufacturers who have gone furthest in their transformation and who have concretely developed an innovative project for the organization of their production, in the broad sense, particularly via digital technology. These Industry of the Future Showcases represent the excellence of French Fab. Participate exclusively in the awarding of the trophies to the 2021 winners!



Hall B


1:30 pm – 2:30 pm – Review and Strategy meeting

Live broadcast
How to quickly relaunch investment after “survival” mode?

Led by Guy Fages, journalist and consultant
By Agnès Pannier-Runacher



2:30 pm – 3:15 pm – Technological Feedback keynote

Hydrogen: the change from metal to composite materials for weight reduction in e-mobility applications

By a speaker from Cetim (to be confirmed)



3:15 pm – 4:00 pm - Technological Feedback masterclass

The industry of the future at Delfingen
This automotive equipment manufacturer’s transformation project is based on a pragmatic approach integrated in the company’s operational excellence processes with three pillars: employee freedom of initiative as a driving force for innovation, close collaboration with the ecosystem to gain in agility, frugality and creativity, and an open, inclusive, scalable information system facilitating IT-OT convergence.

By Christophe Clerc, Executive Vice President - Chief Corporate Officer, Delfingen



4:00 pm – 4:50 pm - Technological Feedback debate

The big challenges of the IIoT
While the IIoT is enabling objects to become intelligent and revolutionising industrial processes and services, it also faces major challenges liable to block its development, particularly the increasing numbers of standards and the supply of components.

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Thierry Daneau, Automation Technology and Architecture Expert, Renault
Jonathan Beaumel, Product Engineer, JPB Système
Pierre-Yves Berger, EMEA, Strategic Business Development Director, STMicroelectronics
Arnaud Clairet, Industrialization and Packaging Manager, Fleury Michon (provisional)

4:50 pm – 5:20 pm - Technological Feedback keynote

Diversification: an agile organization and methods to support your transformation

By Pierre-Marie Gaillot, Company Industry 4.0 Transformation Architect, Cetim



5:30 pm – Presentation of the GI Awards

The Global Industrie Awards reward exhibitors at the show for the development of an innovative product, service or know-how intended for manufacturers who wish to improve their performances, optimize their production equipment or develop their company’s CSR values. Find out who’s won the 2021 awards and meet the nominees and winners.

SALLE A


10:30 am – 11:00 am - Review and Strategy keynote

Let’s bridge the gap between French Tech and French Fab
On one hand we have, concentrated in major cities and coming out of universities and colleges, tremendous energy and brainpower which are invested in start-ups. But when we look at the projects developed in incubators, we see that they are often low-tech and fairly pointless.

By Pierre Veltz, engineer and economist



11:00 am – 11:30 am - Review and Strategy keynote

The new face of world industry after Covid
The impact of Covid on world industry based on Trendeo data: sectoral upheavals, changes in production lines, relocations. How can we measure these impacts? Will they be lasting?

By David Cousquer, Creator and Managing Director of Trendeo



11:30 am – 12:15 pm - Review and Strategy masterclass

The industry of the future at FPT Powertrain Technologies France
FPT Industrial, a historic site in the heart of Burgundy, initiated an Industry of the Future project in 2014 with the aim of putting Man back at center of digitalization activities.

By Eva Rother, Technical Services Manager, FPT Powertrain Technologies France



2:00 pm – 2:45 pm - Review and Strategy meeting

Billions earmarked for the transformation of companies: what projects should be set up?
"The resources are almost unlimited. The question is the projects", assures Nicolas Dufourcq. Between now and 2024, Bpifrance and the Banque Publique des Territoires see themselves as "a public climate bank". Together, the two banks plan to invest 40 billion Euros.

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Anne Guérin, Executive Director of Bpifrance



2:45 pm – 3:45 pm - Review and Strategy debate

Making industry clean: guidelines
The environment is doubly highlighted in the recovery plan: it constitutes a section in its own right but is also included in the section concerning industry, through carbon reduction of course, but also through modernization of production equipment and innovation. In concrete terms, where does France stand and how can industries do even better and benefit from the promised aid?

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Jonathan Scherrer, Engineering and Energy Manager, AkzoNobel Powder Coatings
Muriel Maquennehan, Energy Transition and Environment R&D Manager, Cetim
Luc Ronfard, Founder and Managing Director, Biscuiterie Lou Bio
David Guyomarc'h, Research & Innovation Manager - Renewable Marine Energies, Segula Technologies
Sylvie Padilla, Industry Department Manager, Industrial Companies and Transitions Directorate, ADEME



3:45 pm – 4:30 pm – Review and Strategy meeting

Constructing the post-Covid digital transformation
How to strengthen the impact of the France Relance recovery plan on the French industrial fabric, create a visible community and organize it.

Led by Guy Fages, journalist
With Frédéric Sanchez, President of the Industry of the Future Alliance (AIF) and the AIF showcases



Hall B


10:30 am – 11:00 am - Technological Feedback keynote

Industry of the future: successfully implementing predictive maintenance
“Prediction”, or provisional analysis for industry, consists in sufficiently mastering knowledge of the behavior of an item of equipment in service, regarding both its condition and its use, to estimate its availability, reliability and safety in its subsequent functioning.

By Marc Gomez, project engineer, research and development, Cetim



11:00 am – 11:45 am - Technological Feedback debate

Plastic is (no longer) fantastic?
Not a month goes by without plastics being singled out as environmental risks. In spite of this, the sector is reinventing itself.

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Gilles Régnier, Professor at Arts et Métiers Sciences et Technologies
Yvan Riva, CEO of AG Plast
Michel Bouquey, Lecturer at the Institut Charles Sadron, Co-signatory of an opinion piece entitled “Pollution: let’s stop waging war on plastics”
Adeline Pillet, Plastics & Composites Sector coordinator, ADEME
Hilaire Coutansais, Partner, MCPLAST



11:45 am – 12:30 pm - Technological Feedback masterclass

Between man and machine, a problem of trust
The robotics revolution is expected to raise great hopes and no less significant problems. Some of these problems are not specific to it, such as the threats to jobs which have accompanied all technological revolutions, or threats to liberties which already exist with our everyday digital objects. But other specific problems are going to appear. Voice synthesis and artificial empathy have been devised to enable us to live in peace with robots, but they are not without risks, particularly the risks that humans could bring upon themselves through a false appreciation of what these machines are.

By Serge Tisseron, psychiatrist, doctor of psychology, member of the Academy of Technologies, member of the Conseil National du Numérique (French Digital Council), Founding President of the Institut pour l’Etude des Relations Homme-Robots (IERHR) (Institute for Study of Human-Robot Relations)



2:30 pm – 3:15 pm - Technological Feedback keynote

Ecological transition: solutions for mechanical engineering?
Challenges linked to our environment are a major concern in our societies. For an efficient, innovative and sustainable industry of the future, mechanical engineering companies have implemented actions in terms of design and use of cleaner, safer and more energy-efficient products and technologies.

By Jérôme Ribeyron, "Sustainable Industrial Performance" section manager, Cetim



3:15 pm – 4:00 pm - Technological Feedback keynote

Collaborative robotics, how can people optimize their choices?
Every day, new collaborative robots appear on the market, offering numerous functions, with advantages but also drawbacks. Unfamiliarity with the real benefits and the constraints associated with this complementary area of robotics has led some people to choose solutions which have fallen short to varying degrees of the initial objectives.

By Sylvain Acoulon, Safety and collaborative robotics consultant, Cetim




Hall A

11:00 am – 11:45 am - Review and Strategy debate

Industry, relocation and sovereignty
Can these three words go together? …

Led by Eric Roubert, Editor of Arts & Métiers Magazine
With Jérôme Delabre, director of Etablissements Delabre
Eric Burnotte, Managing Director, Alliansys
Thomas Gouzenes, Secretary General of the National Industry Council
Sébastien Decubber, France Deputy Director, Nutriset

11:45 am – 12:30 pm - Review and Strategy keynote

How can we strengthen the economy of our regions and partly halt their decline?

By Olivier Lluansi, Strategy& partner at PwC

2:00 pm – 2:45 pm - Review and Strategy masterclass

Digital Transformation of Faurecia’s operations
Faurecia began its digitalization in 2015 and launched its digital transformation program at the end of 2016. This program improved the company’s operating margin by one percent and was enabled by an increase in staff maturity regarding firstly advanced automation technologies and then artificial intelligence. And the story continues…

By Gregoire Ferré, Digital Transformation Project Director, Faurecia

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm – Review and Strategy meeting

What weight should be given to digital technology in the recovery?
Although communication has generally focused on ecology and competitiveness, digital technology is a major pillar of the recovery plan presented today

Led by Guy Fages, journalist and consultant
With the Secretary of State in charge of digital technology, Cédric O

3:30 pm – 4:15 pm - Review and Strategy debate

Becoming a collaborative industry and assisting the country’s regions
These collaborations will concern the organization of the industrial sectors present in our regions and will promote cross-fertilization of expertise and actions to bring out new growth and development opportunities.

Led by Jean-Sébastien Scandella, Cetim
Av With Guillaume Basset, Director of the Industry Territories program
Hélène Marchand, Managing Director of Verescence France
A representative of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region
Nicolas Portier, Executive Director of the AdCF, the national federation of intermunicipal elected representatives

4:15 pm – 5:00 pm - Review and Strategy meeting


Led by Guy Fages, journalist
With Alexandre Saubot, President of France Industrie

Hall B


9:45 am – 10:15 am - Technological Feedback keynote

Introduction of IIoT for supervision of mechanical tests
For the supervision of its machines and its tests, Cetim is introducing IIoT resources for the collection, structuring and capitalization of its test data.

By Xavier Hermite, sustainability engineer, Cetim

10:15 am – 11:00 am - Technological Feedback debate

Towards responsible Design
In the era of Industry 4.0, eco-responsibility, sustainable development, integration of the human factor, etc., the designer’s job is becoming central. He must incorporate these new fundamental trends.

Led by Fabrice Peltier, Designer and consultant, author of “Design pour les Nuls” (“Design for Dummies”)
With Damien Perrot, Global Senior Vice President Design, Accor
Philippe Martin, Citroën Vehicle Profile Manager, PSA Citroën
Xavier Allard, Design & Styling director, Alstom

11:00 am – 11:45 am - Technological Feedback masterclass

Lacroix Electronics, an emerging factory of the future
While, in the field, manufacturers are waiting for proof of the relevance of 5G, this meeting with one of the first companies to have tested it will, among other things, allow an initial assessment to be made while at the same time unveiling a factory of the future under construction, a genuine precursor of tomorrow’s industry.

By Stéphane Klajzyngier, Executive Managing Director of Lacroix Electronics

11:45 am – 12:30 pm - Technological Feedback debate

3D printing: the big industrial challenge
The additive manufacturing revolution has started sweeping through factories. What are the advantages and what are the obstacles (skills, financing, etc.)?

Led by Jean-Daniel Penot, Additive Manufacturing Manager, Cesi
With Yves Grohens, Scientific Manager, Regional Institute of Advanced Materials (IRMA)
Anne Debauge, Digital Transformation Pack&Dev, AM Community Manager, L’Oréal
Xavier Gostiaux, Additive Manufacturing Technical Program Manager, Vallourec Research Center France
Pauline Le Borgne, Additive Manufacturing project manager, Cetim

2:00 pm – 2:45 pm – Technological Feedback debate

The Digital Twin, a weapon of mass industrialization
The Digital Twin offers numerous possibilities to strengthen the performance of products, anticipate the steps of their life cycle or plan production line activities, etc.

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
A With Philippe Véron, President of the Association des instituts Carnot and director of Carnot ARTS
Eric Padiolleau, IOT Program Manager, Cetim
Denis Debaecker, Senior Partner, Mews Partners

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm - Technological Feedback debate

Cyber security in the age of the IIoT
Connected objects are invading our factories. The IIoT is entering production sites, bringing considerable gains but throwing the doors of your factories wide open.

Led by Youssef Belgnaoui, JAutomatise
With, in particular, Mehdi Boucherak, Head of Cybersecurity for manufacturing & Industrial Solutions, STMicroelectronics

3:30 pm – 4:15 pm - Technological Feedback debate

Future technological challenges of AI for industry
In partnership with the Directorate General for Enterprise.

4:15 pm – 4:45 pm - Technological Feedback keynote

OPC UA, the interoperability standard for the industry of the future
OPC UA is a standard (IEC 62541) which ensures the interoperability of industrial systems. OPC UA creates the bridges between operational technologies (OT), information technologies (IT) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) which are essential to implement a more flexible, smarter and more collaborative factory.

By Patrick Lamboley, President of the OPC UA France Foundation

4:45 pm – 5:15 pm - Technological Feedback keynote

The connected workshop in machining: OPC UA, why, how?
Why and how to connect machines in the workshop, particularly machine tools. From the definition of needs to the various protocols and formatting which can be used, an assessment of current technologies and medium-term prospects.

By Olivier Sciascia, Production Engineering business expert / Series machining, Cetim

Hall A


10:00 am – 11:00 am - Feedback keynote

How is industry in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region preparing to bounce back?
Make way for the welcoming Region…

With the President of the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region

11:00 am – 11:45 am - Review and Strategy debate

On the need to diversify… and how to do it!
With the difficulties encountered by major industrial sectors such as the car industry and aviation, numerous subcontractors are seeing their activity decline by a knock-on effect. The current crisis underlines more than ever the need to diversify production. But how?

Led by Eric Roubert, Editor of Arts & Métiers Magazine
With Loïc Gauthier, CEO of Eoz, and other manufacturers who have succeed in this approach

11:45 am – 12:30 pm - Review and Strategy debate

Industry, a world for women
Regularly singled out for criticism as an almost exclusively male world, industry is seeking on the contrary to open up to women. With mutual fulfilment as a result.

Led by Aline Aubertin, President of Femmes Ingénieures
With Sylvie Guinard, CEO of Thimonnier, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the INPI (National Institute of Industrial Property), Member of the Board of Directors of Business France and Executive Committee member of several mechanical engineering associations
Juliette Kopp, Managing Director, Leaders d'Avenir
Ghada Ajaka, Co-CEO and Co-Founder, Orness
Isabelle Valentin, Chief Technical Officer, GMD Plastic & Leather Systems Branch

2:15 pm – 3:00 pm - Review and Strategy keynote

What products are conducive to relocation or location in France?
What new models are capable of restoring territorial cohesion and attracting investors?

By Max Blanchet, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm - Review and Strategy masterclass

Industry 4.0 improves the performance of Plastic Omnium’s operations
New technologies boost the performance of Plastic Omnium’s operations, provided that their purpose is to help users and efforts are made to promote greater collaboration between people before connecting the systems. This allows the necessary foundations to be laid to envisage research into predictive models.

By Philippe Convain, Digital Manufacturing Director, Clean Energy Systems, Plastic Omnium

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3:45 pm – 4:30 pm - Review and Strategy debate

Public-private partnerships, big winners of the research bill… or real losers of the Research Tax Credit reform?
The draft Multi-Annual Research Programming Bill (LPPR), which aims to provide new resources for French research, contains numerous provisions to bring public laboratories and private companies closer together. At the same time, however, the government is eliminating the doubling of Research Tax Credit for companies which work with these same public research laboratories.

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Franck Teston, Research Partnerships Director, Ouest Valorisation
a representative of the DGE (Directorate General for Enterprise)…

Hall B


9:45 am – 10:15 am - Technological Feedback keynote

MELD, an innovative friction-stir metal additive manufacturing process
MELD is a friction stir metal additive manufacturing process enabling the deposition of beads of solid-state material at high rates: up to 13.5 kg/h for aluminum alloys. This process works for any type of metals and particularly for non-weldable materials. In this keynote, you will learn about the technology and the means of manufacturing, together with the benefits, applications and limits of the process. The first results of Cetim’s characterization work and the actions to familiarize manufacturers with this technology will also be presented.

By Pierre Auguste, R&D engineer, Cetim Centre-Val de Loire

10:15 am – 11:00 am - Technological Feedback debate

Robots, cobots: for everyone’s good
This is THE big debate of our time. Some people see robotics and cobotics as man being replaced by machines. Others see them on the contrary as an opportunity for industry and employment.

Led by Youssef Belgnaoui, editor of JAutomatise
With Gabriel Audry, automated facilities and control expert, Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi
Olivier Gibaru, professor at Arts & Métiers and pilot for Europe of the Colrobot project both for aviation (Thales) and for the automotive sector (Renault)
Renaud Champion, Co-founder of Robolution Capital, AI & Robotics Expert with IEEE and the European Commission
A Axel Morvan, Automation and Robotics project manager, Doran International

11:00 am – 11:45 am - Technological Feedback masterclass

The industry of the future at Schaeffler France
Thanks to the project entitled "Utilities and Energies in the Industry of the Future", Schaeffler France has made substantial savings in energy and operating costs through increased efficiency, reduced consumption and optimization of its installations, while benefiting from the cooperation of various academic and institutional players and other local and national companies and the support of its group.

By Maurice Gluck, “maintenance methods” manager, Schaeffler France

11:45 am – 12:30 pm - Technological Feedback debate

The MES at the heart of the factory of the future
Simultaneously exponential and essential, information flows within the factory of future must be controlled by an appropriate computer system which orchestrates the operation of the site. The MES is thus destined to play an increasing role in tomorrow’s factories.

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Eric Yvain, Managing Director, Saunier Duval ECCI
Ilyas Karzazy, International Project Manager for MES Deployment, Safran Aircraft Engines
Olivier Maho, Digital Transformation Manager for O&SC, Somfy Group
Didier Panis, IT Applications & Data Director, Saft (provisional)

2:00 pm – 2:45 pm - Technological Feedback debate

Maintenance, an industrial issue today and in the future
From conventional maintenance to proactive maintenance, the need to have production tools operating to their full potential is becoming essential. What are the latest changes in methods and in their implementation?

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With Benoit Lepointe, Head of France & Export Maintenance & Works department, Alstef Automation
Rabah Achemaoui, Maintenance Contracts Director, Endel Engie
Didier Chapuis, method manager at Eiffage
Jean-Yves Kbaier, Director, Ennovia
A speaker from Sulo

2:45 pm – 3:30 pm – Review and Strategy debate

Making your industry clean: guidelines
The environment is doubly highlighted in the recovery plan: it constitutes a section in its own right but is also included in the section concerning industry, through carbon reduction of course, but also through modernization of production equipment and innovation. In concrete terms, where does France stand and how can industries do even better and benefit from the promised aid?

Led by Jacques Pary, journalist
With, in particular, a speaker from ADEME and a speaker from the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region

3:30 pm – 4:15 pm – Technological Feedback keynote

Hydrogen: the place of mechanical engineering in the value chain and the technological challenges
Hydrogen: the place of mechanical engineering in the value chain and the technological challenges Weakening of materials, sealing, thermal issues… The challenges are numerous whenever we speak of hydrogen. What are these challenges and how should we approach them?

By a speaker from Cetim (to be confirmed)