An initiative of IEC/TC 65
'Industrial-process measurement, control and automation'
|08.30||Registration and cofffee (STC reception)|
|Willem Wolf, NEC|
|09.15||Shipping and Transport College (STC) on the benefits of Academia/Standards/Industry relations and synergy|
|09.45||Benefits of standardisation|
|Henk de Vries, Erasmus University|
|10.15||The paradox of using standards from a vendor perspective|
|11.15||Industrial Digitalization – Why new applications create both value and challenges|
|Weidmüller Benelux BV|
|11.45||Beer and standards, will that work?|
|Royal Swinkels Family Brewers N.V.|
|12.15||Intelligent Device Management|
|IEC Expert I -Ian Verhappen|
|13.45||Practical implementation of the IEC61508/IEC61511|
|14.15||Rainbeer 'Winner NENnovation award'|
|15.45||OT for Water management and Waste water|
|Hoogheemraadschap van Rijnland|
|16.15||Usage of the Digital Factory and Properties|
|IEC Expert II -Thomas Hadlich|
Dr. Björn Six holds a master degree in business administration & mechanical engineering and received a Ph.D. in strategic innovation management. He works with the Weidmueller Group, an international market leader in industrial connectivity. After going through different management roles, he develops the automation and digitalization business today as VP BU Intralogistics Solutions and MD AW Connectivity Platform. Björn is 38 years old, married and father of a daughter.
The industrial digitalization opens up various application scenarios, varying from asset management, energy efficiency and predictive maintenance to condition monitoring. The laws behind the various use cases are similar - extending from data acquisition, pre-processing and communication to data analysis and business logic. Despite these similarities though, several technical challenges arise including the management of protocols, interfaces, and data formats. Organizational challenges stem from the increasing variety of the users’ professional background, the orchestration of different vendors’ products, and the simple need to retrofit a huge amount of technically heterogeneous machines. The introduction and dissemination of standards is crucial to address these challenges.
Information Security Manager
Swinkels Family Brewers’ manifesto states ‘We were taught early to lead, to set our own course, to go out into the world, to persevere. Together with everyone who feels like family. These characteristics are passed on naturally. You sense them, you feel them, you live them.’
But you cannot standardize them…
I have a background in Electrical Engineering and Business Administration. After graduating in 2008 I started working at Yokogawa. Currently I am a Functional safety specialist, TÜV certified FS engineer, and business development manager.
I will provide some insights in how Yokogawa implemented the IEC61508/IEC61511 into the whole organization, making these standards understandable for everyone.
A short introduction of Hoogheemraadschap van Rijnland. HHR haze made a big step, form local SCADA on a XP PC, to central steering on VM, from OT also introduced the IEC62443 as the standard in HHR-OT. After 4 years of hard work we have renewed the complete OT of all or the waste waters installation.
Water is one of the most imported items in the Netherlands, a Hoogheemraadschap is responsible for a managing the local water systems including the cleaning of the waste water.
With the organization of the IEC / TC 65 meetings and the Automation Forum in 2020, we are promoting an important role for the Netherlands in the international standardization process on the theme of "Industrial measurement, control and automation".
We will host a 14-day event with a large Automation Forum that provides opportunities for partners to network and develop relationships with customers from around the world.
Every 18 months the IEC/TC65 is gathering somewhere in the world to talk about standardization. In 2020 NEN will host this event. As this global technical committee is a large committee with over 200 experts it is a real challenge to host this 14-day event. Several working groups will meet as well as the technical committee and the 4 subcommittees.
Part of the event is the Automation Forum. The Automation Forum is a place for sharing information about the automation industry in the industrial sector and sharing information on IEC. It provides an opportunity to consider its importance of international standards.
We encourage you to join us and register now to best leverage and maximize your investment. We look forward to welcome you and thank you for supporting this meeting as a sponsor.
We offer various sponsorship options; we request that you make a choice from one of the following Sponsor packages:
The Automation Forum is a place for sharing information about the automation industry in the industrial sector and sharing information on IEC. It provides an opportunity to consider its importance of international standards and also to network and develop relationships with customers from around the world.
Every 18 months the IEC/TC65 is hosted somewhere in the world. In 2020 NEN will host this event, where the technical committee with over 200 experts are gathered. Several working groups will meet as well as the technical committee and the 4 subcommittees. At the last day of these meetings, an event will be organized, called The Automation Forum. The Automation Forum is a place for sharing information about the automation industry in the industrial sector and sharing information on IEC. It provides an opportunity to consider its importance of international standards.
Mobile connectivity has greatly expanded, so that we can be connected anywhere, anytime, while the number of connected, low-power sensors and devices continues to grow. Minuscule sensors, industrial robots, vehicles, smart buildings, medical and other wearables are all part of the IoT.
As more and more objects are connected, communicate and interact with each other, they become building blocks in larger systems. Known and unknown vulnerabilities in this wealth of objects are bound to attract cyber attacks that can bring down entire critical installations in many countries. Protection of (I)IoT components against cyber threats, as well as of the systems that integrate them, is fast becoming a key priority.
Very often, little or no attention is paid at the design stage to ensure these connected objects are secure against malicious attacks. Much more serious attacks can be mounted through connected devices.
The industrial IoT (IIoT) world covers applications in smart grids, smart cities, smart mobility, smart factories, healthcare services and, increasingly, smart farming. As such it encompasses many critical sectors. IIoT brings together two different technologies: operational technology (OT) and information and communication technology (ICT), each one covering different yet sometimes overlapping domains.
OT covers the use of computers to monitor or alter the physical state of a system, such as the control systems of industrial or power installations. It focuses, to a great extent, on safety (i.e., ensuring that processes and operations are reliable and comply with laws and standards and that the safety of workers and other people is guaranteed).
As more businesses adopt (I)IoT, the complex systems and platforms required for it to function efficiently will need to be interoperable, reliable and secure.
IEC produces consensus-based International Standards which help achieve this for many parts of the soft- and hardware that make up the (I)IoT.
On April 2, 2020 this will be the topic of the Automation Forum. About seven speakers will take you into the world of process automation and standardization. Different subjects will be presented, including Industrial cyber security, functional safety, smart manufacturing, the need of standards, IIoT.
We encourage you to join us and register now.
STC Group is a worldwide operating educational and research institution for the shipping, logistics, transport and process industries. STC Group furthermore offers business courses and training for professionals.
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STC is rated highly by the government, the business community and students alike, and STC Group is the only education provider in the Netherlands to have been awarded the title of “Professional Shipping and Logistics Institution” from the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
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3024 EA Rotterdam
|REGISTRATION Participant 09.00-16.30 hr||€ 295,- (excl vat)|
For questions and information about the forum contact Rianne Boek, Consultant at NEN and secretary of NEC 65, the Dutch mirror committee of IEC/TC65
+31 15 2 690 365
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