Workshop on Digital Twins and Data Usage
During that day, organized by the Data Booster and the Innovation Booster Microtech, we would like to bring together experts from different fields.
Tuesday, 12th of September 2023
Program of the day
- 12:30 Welcome
- 13:00 Welcome from Data and Microtech Boosters
- 13:15 keynote
- CADFEM, Joël Grognus: Digital Engineering: from Business Case zu IIoT: Unified digital threads streamline the engineering process and generate added value from data, ultimately serving a useful business case while allowing a more agile and accurate development process. At CADFEM, we guide customers from an engineer’s perspective, focusing on use cases and persona, to achieve an efficient digital transformation, from design specifications to digital twins. A few examples from the industry will hopefully bring creative ideas that can then be further developed in the subsequent workshop.
- Digiinov, Antoine Jeanrichard: tbd
- HSLU, Shaun West: What could a digital twin do for me to improve the coffee? The Workshop applies service design approaches to innovate new value propositions that Digital Twins could enable around a coffee machine. This 90-minute interactive session will enable participants to understand individual needs, identify pain points, and collaboratively design service solutions that could be delivered via Digital Twins.
- CSEM, Philipp Schmid: tbd
- 14:15 coffee break
- 14:45 workshops (breakouts)
- Session A, CADFEM: Industrial Digital Twins, starting from successful business cases (time to market, competitive advantage, customization, prescriptive insights, smart guidance, predictive maintenance,…), each participant will be guided to gather his building blocks (data sources, business value, engineering specifications, modeling, infrastructure,…), while profiting from group inputs, to build up meaningful strategies to be implemented in his organization.
- Session B, Digiinov: tbd
- Session C, HSLU: Service Design Workshop: Innovating the Coffee Machine Experience. The Service Design Workshop applies service design approaches to innovate new value propositions around the coffee machine. This 90-minute interactive session will enable participants to understand individual needs, identify pain points, and collaboratively design service solutions.
- Session D, CSEM: tbd
- 16:15 wrap-up
- 16:50 conclusion
- 17:00 apero
Please be welcome to register for this workshop
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Conditions of entry
This event is limited to 60 people. Registrations will be processed in the order in which they are received.
About the speakers
HSLU, Shaun West
Shaun West gained a PhD from Imperial College in London, Shaun worked for over 25 years in several businesses related to industrial services. He started his industrial career with AEA Technology before moving to National Power, where he developed and sold services to external businesses. After an MBA at HEC (Paris), he moved to GE Energy Services, modeling and negotiating long-term service agreements. At Sulzer, he drafted the strategy that led to the service division tripling in size over ten years and executed part of the strategy by acquiring a 220M CHF service business. Now at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, he is the Professor of Product-Service System Innovation. He focuses his research on supporting industrial firms to develop and deliver new services and service-friendly business models. He is passionate with exploring complex systems to understand the problems better and to build better solutions faster. He is a member of the advisory board for ASAP Service Management Forum and a member of the Swiss Alliance of Data-Intensives Services. Shaun lives close to Zurich with his wife and two children. He climbs, skis and runs.