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IFA NEXT Innovation Engine Program

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Sharing Innovative Ideas.

High-quality program of expert lectures and panel discussions

What does the future hold? Future technologies raise many questions. How does artificial intelligence change our daily life? Will Virtual Reality be established in the world of media soon?

IFA NEXT Innovation Engine brings these issues and many more topics to the stage. In the center of the exhibition hall on all days of the show, expert lectures and panel discussions will be taking place. Technical background information, expert and relevant opinions from policymakers and industry representatives will be presented – innovation engine IFA NEXT offers a perfect setting for all this and much more.

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Program

Friday, 6 September 2019

Time
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Location

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Pressekonferenz der Deutschen TV-Plattform

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

  • Andre Prahl, Mediengruppe RTL, Vorsitzender des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform
  • Niklas Brambring, Zattoo, Mitglied des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform und Leiter AG Media over IP
  • Jürgen Sewczyk, Eutelsat, Mitglied des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform und Leiter AG Smart Media
  • Stefan Kunz, Sky Deutschland, Mitglied des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform und Leiter AG Ultra HD
  • Carine Chardon, ZVEI Geschäftsführerin Deutsche TV-Plattform
  • Weitere Vertreter werden mit dem Programm veröffentlicht

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Smart home: How does Netatmo ensure its users’ data privacy and security?

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Users are more and more concerned about their data security and privacy. People believe that connected devices present a threat to their privacy or personal data protection. They wonder what kind of data their connected devices collect and how this data is being managed. Thus, they wish to adopt smart solutions that guarantee the best protection of their data and privacy. At Netatmo, we apply the principles of „security by design“ and „privacy by design“ to ensure our users’ privacy and data security.

 

Speaker:
Florian Deleuil
Senior Engineer & Product Manager, Netatmo

11:20 am - 11:40 am

ICT-enabled Smart Factory

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

In this talk, I´d like to talk about ETRI activities related to ICT enabled Smart Factory and open manufacturing services called FaaS (Factory As A Service). ETRI R&D focus includes wireless factory area network, industrial IoT platform, context-aware middleware, big data analytics, and cloud-based manufacturing operation. FaaS(Factory as a Service) is a mass personalization manufacturing service platform. The system consists of three platforms; portal cloud system, manufacturing execution platform and manufacturing operation platform including IoT based manufacturing instruments called the micro smart factory. The smart factory includes almost all the manufacturing process instruments; manufacturing instrument such as 3D printers, postprocessing instruments, inspection instrument, transfer instrument, and packing instruments. We opened the FaaS to the public in 2017, and manufactured real products ordered from startups and SME. We are spreading this factory model all over the nation.

Speaker:
Kim Dr. Hyun

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Embodied AI – Virtual assistants fort he Real World

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

TwentyBN creates digital avatars that can see, hear and speak with you to serve customers across verticals. Powered by its Crowd Acting data platform, it has collected over 3MM training videos to build the world´s first human understanding tech stack. Its latest product is an AI-powered fitness trainer with instant corrective feedback and vision-based exercise tracking.

Speaker:
Mansfield Chris

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Crowdfunding to test international markets

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Pascal Condamine, Indiegogo - Cube your life - Redison; Business France

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

The evolution of resolution – status quo of 8K

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

8k represents the next level of quality in the world of moving images. When and how will 8K movies get into the living room? Which media companies deal with the topic? Which additional quality parameters play an important role next to the enormous pixel resolution?

Speaker:
Chris Chinnock
Speaker:
Dan Schinasi
Speaker:
Alfred Chan
Speaker:
Pete Sellar

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Digitales Start-up des Jahres 2019

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie

 

01:30 pm - 03:30 pm

Info-Sessions mit Experten zu UHD, HDR und 3D-Sound

Location: Hall 26 / 203/203a

Am Freitag, 6.09., Samstag 7.09. und Sonntag 8.09. finden am Stand der Deutschen TV-Plattform im Rahmen von IFA NEXT in Halle 26 jeweils um 13.30 Uhr und 15.30 Uhr kompakte Info-Sessions (20 Minuten) mit Experten zu UHD, HDR und 3D-Sound statt. Unter anderem geben die Experten den Besuchern Tipps, wie sie ohne größeren Aufwand zu Hause etwas Heimkinoatmosphäre schaffen können.

02:00 pm - 02:20 pm

ORII - The future of screen-free Interface

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Origami Labs, Emile Chan, CMO

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days - Digital Health

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:00: Opening

14:05: Get Ready Workout

  • Samim Quraischi, Breakletics

14:20: Silver Surfer meets Innovation - demographic change as an opportunity for health startups

  • Anne Braun Zollhof, Tech Incubator Nürnberg

14:30: Round Table: Smart Health - gesünder Leben mit Health-Tracking Apps

  • Moderation: Admir Kulin, m.Doc
  • Paul Burggraf, Thryve
  • Marius Liefold, Denton Systems
  • Andrea Buzzi, Frau Wenk
  • Dr. Elmar Waldschmitt, BIG direkt gesund

15:00: Digital Health - Pitches

16:30: Smarte Patientenpfade in der professionellen Gesundheitsversorgung

  • Admir Kulin, m.Doc

16:45: Masterstudiengang "Digital Health" am Hasso Plattner Institut

  • Nina Kiwitt

17:00: Ehrung der Tagessieger - Digital Health Pitches

17:15: Round Table: Digital Health - wie Frauen die Digitalisierung der Gesundheitswirtschaft vorantreiben

  • Nina Kiwitt
  • Prof. Dr. anabel Ternes von Hattburg, Get your Wings
  • Daniela Schuhmacher, Psycurio

02:20 pm - 02:40 pm

The era of innovation of supply chain management with AI

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

With the booming of AI, the market is full with AI products, but many products die before launch in the market due to the shortage of supply chain management. 1. What would be happen in future if all with AI around us. 2. what are the main problems for startups when they are deciding to start a AI products 3. how to operate your supply chain to ensure your success of products 4. what is the trend of future AI products.

Speaker:
Selena Hu

02:40 pm - 03:00 pm

Disruption of product communication through virtual and augmented reality

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The development of IoT infrastructure and mobile end-user devices enables the next step in product communication and marketing. The conventional ways of product information, such as text and videos, in future will be replaced through more interactive content. Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) increase user experience with the product, visualizing the features and explaining the product advantages. Different use cases of VR/AR will be demonstrated at the example of vacuum cleaner

Speaker:
Vladimir Sizikov

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Understanding the Tech Consumer through Integrated Insights

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

It all comes down to rich experiences – this insight is fueling many of the major consumer trends. GfK´s Consumer Life Study revealed that 50 percent of global respondents state that they “value experiences more than possessions”. It is not just about ‘what’ consumers own, but what the device is able to do for them - the experience, how it “wows” them constantly.

 

And experience has many different facets ranging from the actual product performance to the shopping experience. In our keynote, we will provide a perspective on the major trends in the consumer markets supported by interesting facts & figures and integrated insights on how the tech-consumer “ticks” – today and tomorrow.

 

Speaker:
Warren Saunders

Saturday, 7 September 2019

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11:00 am - 11:20 am

Enabling elderly People to stay longer safe at home without making them feel intrusive

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

How to use technology to enable elderly people to stay longer in their loved home instead of moving to the nursing home. What kind of solutions exist and how do these influence the every day life? We want our elderly relatives to act on their own behave, but is this really true when we install technology in the apartment to monitor them? In this speech Pirmin Kelbel presents results from an intensive user research at elderly peoples home and their needs. He is going to give a detailed insight on how elderly people accept current technology. This includes wearables for every day monitoring and sensors which monitor elderly people at home. Mr. Kelbel will give a glance on what kind of technology is going to come next and how artificial intelligence can be used to make a seniors life saver.

Speaker:
Pirmin Kelbel

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Your first companion robot – Pibo

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

1.Why do we need a social robot?

2. World trend

3. Differentiation of social robot

4. Current situation and Service model(superiority and competitiveness)

5. Business model and strategy

Speaker:
John Park

11:20 am - 11:40 am

From ZERO to your factory

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

ZERO : Easy-to-use Robot to transfer any Object ZERO is the first 6 DOF industrial articulated robot manufactured by ZEUS. With its payload of 5kg, it is designed for wide range of applications including pick-and-place, assembly, vision inspection, palletizing, etc. With its versatility and low initial cost, ZERO can provide decent experience to customers on robot adoption for their automation.

 

 

Speaker:
Won Yoo Jai

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Wasser 2.0 – Ur-Element goes Digital

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Wasser ist die Grundlage des Lebens auf unserem Planeten. Täglich konsumieren wir direkt und indirekt viele Liter des kostbaren Gutes, meist ohne zu erkennen, welches Potenzial in dem Element für einen gesunden und nachhaltigen Lebensstil steckt. Die richtige Menge und eine angepasste Mineralisierung des Wassers bestimmt des Wirkung auf unsere Leistungsfähigkeit, unser Wohlbefinden und unseren Geschmack. LUQEL stellt auf der IFA next den WATER BALANCER vor, um das passende Rezept für die individuelle Lebenssituation zu finden und mit der LUQEL WATER STATION das Wasser nach individuellen Rezepturen zu erstellen.

 

Speaker:
Roland Groß

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Playful Learning – From school to home, from home to society

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Shen Zhen, GLI Technology Ltd., Fei Hang, Director Tech Europe Office

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

The Future of Coding Drone & Robot

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

We will show Coding education technology using robots and drones. Through demonstrations, people can feel something new about coding education. and, Through this coding training using drone&robot , students can see what effect they can have. And This coding training will help students find their jobs by learning the skills of the future

Speaker:
Robert Lee

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

AI Camera, a camera from future to today

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

OBSBOT, an artificial intelligence camera brand by REMO TECH, is dedicated to connecting people and the imaging industry to the future, by pushing the boundaries of technology and inspiring more groundbreaking innovations in the field of photography. OBSBOT, as an innovative global brand leading AI imaging, offers a radical new way to easily capture footage with an all-in-one AI camera, capable of tracking, auto-zoom and gesture control, empowering you to be your own actor and director. 

Speaker:
Wang Tony

12:00 pm

PowerWatch & the Unlimited Potential of Thermoelectrics

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Akram will discuss the development of Matrix Industries’ revolutionary thermoelectric technology, currently setting the stage for the future of wearables. The award-winning PowerWatch is the world’s first smartwatch to harvest energy from body heat, and the first wearable to offer consumers uninterrupted ability and a battery charger-free future. As well as tracking sleep and steps, it tells you how much electricity your body heat is producing, making it the most accurate measure of burned calories on the market, too. If the pioneering thermal design is able to harvest the small amount of available heat on the outside of the wrist, imagine what this power source could do if applied to other parts of the body. Moving forward, it could be utilised in wireless earbuds, AR glasses, clothing, even non-wearable devices. Akram will also be touching upon the imminent new cooling technology that Matrix Industries has developed, effectively a ground-breaking reversal of the PowerWatch chip.

Speaker:
Boukai Akram

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

The possibility of autonomous driving

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Autonomous driving will definitely improve all aspects of our lives. The real autopilot will eventually become reality, involving technical, moral and ethical issues. Technology has been growing rapidly in a high speed, but there are lots of barriers ahead of us. Uber senior research scientist, the guest professor of Department of Computer Science of Columbia University, Erran Li said that for Autopilot, if you have handled 90 percent of the problems, then the remaining 10 percent will even take 100 times of effort. And I always believe that autonomous driving technology will not be the ultimate bottleneck, but in the existing cities, ethics and morality is an insurmountable barrier in front of us. The ultimate solution for autonomous driving is based on autonomous driving technology to build a new city that all traffic rules, all infrastructure are based on serving the Autopilot Technology with vehicle synergy system. It is capable of exponentially reducing technical complexity.

Speaker:
Cai Charles

12:20 pm

FitTech to Improve Human Physiological Performance

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Nearly 90 percent of blood in the legs is pumped back to the heart via the calves. High-intensity workouts and activities can cause calf muscle soreness that makes this circulation less effective. This leads to slower recovery times and lactic acid buildup, which cause muscle cramping, swelling, and risk for further injury. Active compression therapy is the answer.

Speaker:
Heshika Deegahawathura

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Success factors of shared mobility services

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

What will be the futureproof recipe for shared mobility services? How can they become profitable businesses and improve our daily lives? What are the necessary factors to succeed and how can policy makers help to improve them.

Speaker:
Lena Bödeker

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

The Quiet Revolution in Consumer Technology to combat Noise Pollution

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Quiet Mark is associated with the U.K. Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation and has been leading the Quiet Revolution for the last seven years, engaging directly with both brands and consumers. This dual role is essential to establish noise-reduction and acoustic design as key considerations in product development; and to educate consumers on the impact of noise, presenting a clear way to identify quieter options. Through its pioneering acoustic tests, Quiet Mark awards its distinctive Purple ‘Q’ Mark to products and services. The presentation includes latest insights on how brands can respond to global health issues, why noise pollution is an ignored threat to society, why innovation in sound control is crucial to the booming move in urban development, dangers of everyday noise pollution to human health, human health effects over time from using products with reduced sound levels, importance of design and technological advances in sound reduction products.

 

Speaker:
Szkiler Poppy

01:00 pm - 01:20 pm

Tech for Good – How immersive technologies can help us to create a better world

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Digital technologies have become a huge part of our lives and communication habits. Information is available 24/7 on a global range – influencing our daily actions and decisions. However, these decisions are not always beneficial to our society and the environment. This talk explores how immersive technologies – such as 360° Videos, Virtual and Augmented Reality – can be used as an enabler to rethink current behavioral patterns and create awareness, understanding and facilitate sustainable responsible and socially-conscious decision making through immersive experiences. Petra Dahms talk is based on the experiences from her social start up “Stell Dir V(o)R” which solves social challenges and promotes learning and sustainability through immersive solutions.

Speaker:
Dahm Petra

01:00 pm - 01:40 pm

Fundraising in Hardware Snips – Iris Capital – Hardware Club, Business France

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

01:20 pm - 01:40 pm

Revolutionizing the consumer electronics market with a simple plug-in subscription solution

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The consumer electronics (CE) market is undergoing drastic changes – As products get more expensive and innovation cycles shorter, consumers demand more flexibility to access, switch and upgrade products. There is a clear trend towards access and away from ownership, with consumers caring less about owning their tech and more about simply having access to it. However, Europe’s biggest (online) CE retailers don’t offer an access over ownership option for obtaining products. This is where Grover comes in: Grover brings the access economy to the CE market by offering a monthly subscription model for the best in tech. Grover’s subscription model (aside from being a stand-alone service) can be integrated as a simple plug-in solution by any (online) seller and has been done so by DE’s biggest CE retailers. In this presentation, Stephan Dreier gives insights into the Grover model, its value for partners such as the retail giants already using it, and how it is revolutionizing the CE market.

Speaker:
Stephan A. Dreier
Vice President of Business Development and Sales, Grover

01:40 pm - 02:00 pm

Challenging the Smart Home Market to „Do More“ for People

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Smart home technology and services have taken the world by storm in recent years, and worldwide spending on smart home devices totaled an all-time annual high of nearly $96 billion in 2018. While the market is packed with smart devices that will turn on your lights or play your favorite music, these devices fail to address a severely underrepresented need that is far more important in the long run: your health. Given the current landscape of incredibly advanced technological capabilities in the smart home market, there should be an inherent responsibility among smart home businesses to utilize the data they gather and the insights at their disposal to improve the health and everyday lives of people everywhere – not just their customers. Through application of data and key partnerships, Airthings is working to reinvent the template for corporate responsibility in the smart home sector by challenging the market to „do more“ for public health and livelihood in the decades to come.

Speaker:
Oyvind Birkenes

02:00 pm - 02:20 pm

Being there from afar. The future of remote care giving

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

 Active in-room monitoring allows elderly residents to be cared for remotely without any buttons and while maintaining privacy. Cutting edge 3-D sensor technology can detect a variety of physiological and behavioral activities providing analytical trends on the state of health of elderly residents and alerting caregivers immediately in the case of falls or other emergency. Vayyar´s Walabot HOME, is a complete automatic health monitoring solution that will enhance a resident´s care-home experience as well as reduce your operating expenses. Come and hear the future of remote care giving.

Speaker:
Ofer Familier

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days Tech for Good/ Social Entrepreneurship

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:00: Life is a Pitch - Der Startupwettbewerb von Samsung zum Thema Nachhaltigkeit

  • Die Finalisten aus den Kategorien Umwelt, Gesundheit und Inklusion pitchen um den 1. Platz.

15:15: Round Table - Samsung

16:00: Life is a Pitch Finale - Samsung

17:00: Pitches: SHIFT GmbH, Inovatink, V-Juice,Unipos, Tracuz, Afb, Indetail, Secu-X

17:00: The power of collaborative networks - Claudia Winkler,goood

17:10: Adriana Groh, Prototype Fund

17:20: Ehrung der Tagessieger

17:30: Round Table: Challenges and potentials of Tech4Good

  • Moderation: Leon Reiner, Impact Hub
  • Claudia Winkler (goood), Michael Schmelcher (AfB), Adriana Groh(Prototype Fund)

17:55: Recap/Abmoderation 

 

 

 

 

02:20 pm - 02:40 pm

Travel tech & IoT accessories

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Brickspower and function bricks are only the start and part of our full roadmap. IoT technology accessories is a market gap and demande.By building a connected ecosystem with Internet of things concept, provide new use experience of travel technology accessories, enhance technology level of the industry.

 

Speaker:
Alex Au

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

JAPAN – Global Innovation Partner of IFA NEXT - New human-machine interfaces with consideration and sensibility

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Presentation by Mr Keita Nishiyama (Director-General of the Commerce and Information Policy Bureau at Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)) that will be followed by a discussion with Jens Heithecker (IFA Executive Director).

Speaker:
Dave Graveline
Speaker:
Keita Nishiyama
Speaker:
Jens Heithecker

Sunday, 8 September 2019

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11:00 am - 11:20 am

From the Cloud to the Earth – the Commercialization of Intelligent Business

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

The current landscape of AIoT Industry Painpoints of the business when they try to transform SaaS services provided by Tuya and we enabled 100,000 clients globally in 5 years Future trends in AIoT

 

Speaker:
Alex Yang

11:00 am - 11:20 am

VisualSonic – A new Home Decor Technology to combine your love of Art & Music

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

We are getting smaller of our smaller flats, especially in Asian countries, that continues hitting our quality of life. It is not easy to change that situation. By invention & applying new technologies, we aim to maintain & improve our quality of living in such a situation. That´s why the idea of combining new technologies and home decor has been long dappled with. VisualSonic has been developed to step-in this technological home decor market by combining art and audio with the latest AR & Voice-control technologies into a new audiovisual delight for the senses. It is a new technology of sound output system, using a new material to produce high fidelity sound within an ultra-thin area of less than 3cm, that is specially designed to fit for modern living with limited space. Product invention patent granted. Beside reducing space, this new material can also be printed as an artwork panel. It makes the whole prodBeside reducing space, this new material can also be printed as artworks.

 

Speaker:
Wong Benson

11:20 am - 11:40 am

CROVE – The digital hand in smart maintenance

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

What is better than throwing away damaged devices and scrapping vehicles and machines? Repairing them! What is better than repairing? Constant checks to avoid damage, depreciation and the need for repairs! CROVE is a hand-worn IIoT device that helps companies with high maintenance efforts to digitally document hand moves and automatically process checks and protocols in maintenance procedures to make them faster to accomplish and the results easier to leverage. The gathered data provides insights and patterns about maintenance events, helping to prevent future damages and outages (“Predictive Maintenance”). Our product is based on human-centered design, aiming to make tasks easier without complicating others: By using machine learning algorithms the wearable will also anticipate intentions and so constantly improve control and support. With CROVE, we lower the efforts for maintenance significantly, extend the lifetime of technology and reduce the allocations for repairs and restock.  

Speaker:
Alicia Sophia Hinon

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Interfaces for future home appliances – technology and design

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Presentation will be about sharing our experiences from UI/UX/Tech and also from games, starting from technology and finishing on design and human interactions. The lecture will show how to design and program a really good interface using existing and future hardware. Key topics:
- Why we are still creating an 2D interface not a 3D, when 3D will be good ?
- „Number of clicks" is it still a key for a good UX?
- Why 30 frames per second is important, what is loading time?
- What is antialiasing and why we need it?
- Premium feeling, fast GPU: What we should do when our device can cost more!

 

Speaker:
Michal Tatka

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Prototyping the Future / Design Driven Innovation am Beispiel Hybrid Interfaces

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Speaker:
Georg Klöck

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Smart Homes, Energy Savings and Customers

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The current smart home environment is dominated by large players, with a push to getting as many products into peoples´ homes as possible. However a leading driver for the smart home is environmental concerns by customers as demonstrated by the prevalence of technology such as air quality sensors. Despite this, energy saving technology has low uptake and fierce consumer resistance, especially to devices such as smart meters. This presentation will cover the state of the market, the challenges faced by companies, and the real demands of customers.

Speaker:
Thomas Timothy

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Ihre Grosseltern haben kein Whattsapp? Doch: mit Familink!

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Gerne möchten wir Ihnen Ihnen Familink vorstellen, der einzige Online-Bilderrahmen für Senioren. Jeder teilt täglich seine Bilder mit Freunden und Familie über soziale Netzwerke. Was aber mit den Großeltern, die weder Internet zu Hause haben noch ein Handy besitzen und oft weiter weg wohnen? Sie bleiben immer außen vor. Familink ist die Lösung für alle, die gerne Bilder mit ihren Großeltern sofort und direkt teilen möchten. Sie schenken beispielsweise Ihrer Oma einen Familink Bilderrahmen. Sie muss diesen nur einstecken: Er ist sofort betriebsbereit! Der Bilderrahmen ist Dank integrierter SIM-Karte automatisch mit dem Internet verbunden. Jedes Familienmitglied kann ganz einfach seine Bilder auf den Bilderrahmen schicken. Entweder über Whattsapp die Familink App, über die Internetseite oder per E-Mail! Familink ist so einfach, dass auch Leute mit kognitiven Störungen es problemlos nutzen können. Mit Familink binden Sie alle Ihre Liebsten eng in Ihr Familienleben ein!

Speaker:
Claire Dhénain-Hofmann

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

The Taste of Tech

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Smart home technology has become common place, with Amazon Alexas, Google Homes and other intelligent assistants used to control everything from light switches to thermostats. But the kitchen remains relatively „dumb”. Smart fridges make it easier to see whether you have milk while at the grocery store, but you’ll still need to turn around and go back if you think you might have left the oven on. Wireless power for kitchen appliances will soon change that, making it easier than ever to make every aspect of the kitchen more intelligent, while also making smaller kitchens more versatile, making family dinner prep more of a family activity and making it easier to maintain a modern look-and-feel to a cordless kitchen. In this session, we will discuss the wireless kitchen as the next frontier in smart home technology and explore the innovations wireless power offers the kitchen ecosystem.

Speaker:
Hans Kablau

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

Medisana Home Care Robot – the future in health care

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

IFA 2019 is the world premiere of our Medisana Home Care Robot. The robot includes Artificial Intelligence, Safety, Health Care, Communication and Entertainment. When you use the robot the first time, it follows the user and maps the apartment and then navigates automatically. The functions include for example video communication, reminder, measurement of blood oxygen, blood pressure and heart rate with appropriate app support. Everything is very easy to use and the range of functions will be extended in the future.

 

Speaker:
Ulrich Schulze-Althoff

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

Wireless power technology extends focus towards medium and high power devices

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The wireless power market is gearing to become the mainstream technology as it continues to evolve quite rapidly, expanding the reach across wider applications and product segments, including smartphones, wearables, computing devices, medical, industrial, robotic and also automotive sectors (Electric Vehicles). As this technology evolves, wireless power would be considered as a technology more than that of charging devices but once which enhances consumer interface as well as provide further business opportunities

Speaker:
Dinesh Kithany

12:40 pm - 01:40 pm

Can we connect our kids? Babeyes – Wizzili – Cube Your Life, Business France

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Artificial Intelligence – What’s in for me?

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

A panel discussion with experts on artificial intelligence, which will shed light on which concrete benefits consumers will gain from products with artificial intelligence (AI). A number of products and solutions are already in the market, others are in their starting blocks. But some consumers are still skeptical, fearing that overly intelligent technology will overwhelm them rather than being of use for them. The experts want to clean up with this prejudice.

Mit Arne Herkelmann, Huawei; Mike Henkelmann, Samsung; Bastian Seppelt, Yamaha und Dr. Matthieu Deru, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz. Moderation: Klaus Petri, gfu

Speaker:
Klaus Petri

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days – Artificial Intelligence

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

 14:00: Semantisches TV - wie KI den Inhalt bewegter Bilder erkennt

  • Dr. Matthieu Deru (DFKI)

14:20: Round Table: AI and the Future of Work

  • Moderation: Matthieu Deru (DFKI )
  • Daniela Kluckert (MdB)
  • Claudia Pohlink (T-Labs)
  •  Isabell Franck (Franck.AI)

15:00: IFA NEXT Startup Days - Pitches

  • Idein
  • Tvarit GmbH
  • roboflat
  • Empath Inc.
  • 7Learnings
  • Sizze
  • JobAI
  • INNOSPOT
  • UniFa
  • Anova
  • Xenoma Inc.
  • reachtag

16:30: Inspirational Talk I - How Intel® empowers Artificial Intelligence

  • Stephan Gillich, Intel

16:45: Inspirational Talk II - Dynamic Sounds for Videogames - Composing music 

  • VaIerio Velardo (Melodrive)

17:00: Ehrung Tagessieger

17:15: Round Table: The Power of Algorithms - Does AI need a code of ethics?

  • Tabea Wilke (botswatch)
  • Dr. Danyal Bayaz (Bundestag)
  • Lajla Fetic ( Bertelsmann Stiftung)

17:55: Recap/ Abmoderation

 

 

Monday, 9 September 2019

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11:00 am - 11:20 am

Why Augmented Reality is the future of smart toys

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Speaker:
Tony Nitschke

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

5G – One fit all?

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Mobilfunkstandard 5G – One fits all?

Er gilt als universelle Zukunftslösung für alle Arten des Datentransports – bis hin zur Verbreitung von TV- und anderen Mediendiensten: Der Standard 5G inspiriert die Technik-Phantasie einer ganzen Generation. Was kann man mit der neuen Mobilfunktechnik wirklich machen? Was ist praktikabel und ökonomisch sinnvoll? Und unter welchen Bedingungen?

Mit Dr. Roland Beutler, SWR; Benjamin Grimm, Freenet; Richard Weiler, Deutsche Telekom; Giorgio Koppehele, Magic Horizons. Moderation: Christian Just, Ressortleiter Telekommunikation und Internet, Redaktion Computer Bild

Sprecher: Christian Just

 

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Haptic Feedback – enhancing the human perception

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Using haptic user interfaces and a sufficient training period, our bodies are capable of interpreting almost any set of information we can imagine. Not being able to perceive the world around us is one of humanity´s biggest drivers of unhappiness. GHOST – feel its mission is to enable tier 1 companies to offer a haptic user interface to their customers and getting involved in the haptic technology trend with a head start.

Speaker:
Laura Bücheler

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

How artificial intelligence help the world to connect?

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Artificial Intelligence has been the fastest growing hotspot for public concerns. There are many companies who are eager to get their places in AI, with a goal to become a leading player in the industry. AI is growing, but it is not yet at a point where the majority of the public audience think or believe it is already at. In my speech, I´d like to express my opinion about how AI would help shape the world, and how it can help connecting people, cultures, countries, and all other differences we are facing today.

 

Speaker:
Alex Qin

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Dispelling the myth of the cloud power in AI and voice recognition

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The adoption of voice interfaces is overwhelming. It is now ordinary to have a cloud-powered microphone in our pocket, home, vehicle, etc. However, the concerns are rising regarding privacy and security risks associated with such voice interfaces due to the sensitivity of the data shared with the voice assistants. In addition, voice assistants requiring high quality internet connection and cannot be used in offline environments. These concerns have motivated further research towards alternative solutions for Speech Recognition, that wouldn´t run in the cloud. These alternative solutions, in addition to cloud independence and offline capabilities, require low computing power and run on a wide range of small under $10 devices. State of the art machine learning and artificial intelligence is not reserved to the cloud giants.

Speaker:
Nicolas Baron

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

SHIVR Brings the Heavy Artillery to the World of Great Audio Quality

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Auditory experiences are more powerful than visual ones. SHIVR has recognized that. Their headset brings audio lovers worldwide, a daring sound experience. Their new APF technology (Acoustic Power Field) was developed by sound engineers obsessed with quality and auditory effects that you can almost touch. The unmatched audio creates an arcade of sound that travels inwards, from ear to ear, from within, immersing you into the music that reproduces real life spatiality. This headset makes you discover the physics of sound for the first time. It sends you on a roller-coaster of sound symmetry and creates decibels flow perfection.

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

Voice activated consumer electronics and translation systems – how this will influence people’s life

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Now we´re talking! Voice activation is being adopted at a faster than ever pace and is changing the way we do things. 22 percent of people who own voice assistant devices report that use voice commands to listen to music (61%), check the weather forecast (60 percent), asking fun questions (54 percent), researching (53 percent) or shopping (22 percent). With translation systems becoming more accurate and cheaper every day, the possibilities of using voice commands in different languages are now endless. This will open new doors to break down language barriers across the world and offer a new, more human relationship with technology.

Speaker:
Danny Manu
CEO, Mymanu

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Luminette – How this light therapy glasses can influence your health

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Luminette is a wearable light therapy device that will help you effectively fight winter blues and sleep disorders, in order to regain energy and vitality. It is ideal if you wish to stay active during your session, is effective from 20 minutes of daily use.

 

Speaker:
Eric Delloye

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Why Cameras Are Not the Future of Home Security

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

2014 Nils Mattisson was working for Apple´s exploratory design. After speaking to engineers at Airbnb, he saw a problem that people renting out their homes to strangers were facing – monitoring. But why? Cameras were out of the question for privacy reasons, and traditional security systems were not designed for this. There was a gap in the market for a solution that balanced privacy with the need for monitoring. With three other co-founders on-board, bringing expertise from Google and Apple, the Minut team developed a new type of monitoring system. And while they initially intended to build a solution for the vacation rental market, they quickly realized they had built something far more powerful, and the need in the market for non-invasive smart monitoring was not confined to the rental market. The device, which fits in the palm of your hand, is the world’s first all-in-one home alarm powered by machine learning. It protects your home – and respects your privacy.

Speaker:
Bark Buster

01:00 pm - 01:20 pm

The Future of Driving: Enhancing Safety on the Road with Thermal Sensors

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Safe driving is important now more than ever. According to Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian fatalities increased by 27 percent between 2007-2016 – urging the automotive industry to provide solutions protecting those on and off the road. Tim can address how thermal sensors are challenging the way cars, particularly autonomous vehicles, protect the safety of drivers and pedestrians. Tim will discuss how thermal sensors can be leveraged in autonomous vehicles and help detect dangers before they occur.

Speaker:
Tim LeBeau

01:20 pm - 01:40 pm

Optimizing humans in a voiced controlled world

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Mimi Hearing Technologies, Philipp Skribanowitz, CEO & Founder

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days – IoT

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:05: Ressourcenschwache Geraete und Schwierigkeiten: Worauf muessen IoT-Startups achten, wenn erfolgreich sein wollen?

- Hauke Petersen, FU Berlin

14:20: Round Table - Digital Doping - Wie nimmt die Virtual Community Einfluss auf die eigene Leistung?

- Anne Theke (na-fitness)

- Christoph Kittler (Sportpsychologe)

- Fee Beyer"

14:50: Vorstellung United Tech of Europe

15:00: Pitches

16:25: Ehrung der Tagessieger

16:30: Vorstellung 5G-Studie vom BVDS und Vodafone

 

 

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Short Talk: Some Like Talking, Others Don't - Reaching the Voice Limits

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Diana Derval

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Closing Discussion Pattern 4 - EXPERIENCE:

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panelists: Sauter, Hausmeier, Durval, Larcher
Hosted by: Melinda Crane

Speaker:
Joachim Sauter
Speaker:
Véronique Larcher
Speaker:
Diana Derval
Speaker:
Philip Hausmeier

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Impulse Talk: The Renaissance of the Tangible (Poetry is the New Black)

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Joachim Sauter

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Impulse Talk: You Can’t Eat VR

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Wesley Allsbrook

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Augmenting Our Home Theater Experience

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Brendon Stead

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Design Principles for Spatial Computing

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Philip Hausmeier

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Digital Immortality - How Conversational Bots Will Give Us a Voice, Dead or Alive

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Véronique Larcher

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Emotion AI and it's Ethics

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Hazumu Yamazaki

Tuesday, 10 September 2019

Time
Information
Location

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Registration / Coffee

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Cybersecurity – Aktuelles aus der Gesetzgebung

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Cybersecurity ist nicht nur ein technisches, sondern zunehmend auch ein juristisches Thema. Welche Anforderungen gelten hier für Unternehmen und Nutzer? Der Vortrag beleuchtet die aktuellsten gesetzgeberischen Bestrebungen in Sachen IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0 und EU Cybersecurity Act.

 

Speaker:
Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Ist das Elektro-Auto die Zukunft?

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

In Deutschland wurden 2018 nur 36.062 E-Autos verkauft. Bis 2020, so hieß es mal, sollen 1 Million E-Autos in Deutschland unterwegs sein. Doch der Wandel kommt nicht. Was ist da los? Dabei ist kaum ein Thema wie die Mobilität in aller Munde. Flugtaxis, Kick-Scooter, Warendronen, autonomes Fahren, Brennstoffzelle – wie fast seit 100 Jahren nicht mehr ist die Branche im Begriff, große, einschneidende Veränderungen zu erleben und das vom Antrieb bis zum Gefährt – sogar bis zum Fahrenden selbst. Doch was bedeuten diese Veränderungen für uns? Was bedeuten Sie für die Städte? Bei den vielen bunten Bildchen auf Kongressen fragt man sich: Wann kommen diese Veränderungen und wie? Was passiert, wenn einige davon auf Ablehnung stoßen oder uns vor neue Herausforderungen stellen: Welche antworten finden wir und vor allem, wer findet diese Antworten? In einem interaktiven Vortrag geht der CMO der citkar GmbH, der Plattform für urbane Mobilität, auf diese Fragen ein und formuliert verschiedene Lösung

 

Speaker:
Sven Kindervater

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Opening & Future Mobility as an Open Global Marketplace

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Boyd Cohen

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Making Sense of Hearing

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Hearing is a sense that is incredibly valuable. It’s one that is worth protecting but is also a bit more complex than is normally considered. We’ll take a short deep-dive into how hearing works, what that means in terms of products and what other opportunities there are for innovation.

 

Speaker:
Guido Knook

11:25 am - 11:35 am

Mobility Transformations Towards A Sustainable City

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Venkat Sumantran
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Sumantran Venkat

11:35 am - 11:45 am

You Say You Want A Revolution – The Future of Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Owen Gaffney
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Owen Gaffney

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

IoT watchdog

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

We believe that today end user is ready to pay extra money for adding IoT features to regular appliances but his scare of possible connectivity and configuration troubles is stronger than his will to buy. Maybe that`s why we don`t see IoT appliances at every household as it was predicted and expected by the market. Any IoT system consist of three main parts: device, smartphone and server. When device is offline, we can`t know its state that breaks the loop for complete debug and further troubleshooting. In our system we use unique technology to get info from offline device that closes the

Speaker:
Priel Michael

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

The Foundation and Future of Blockchain Industry

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Blockchain is the next generation of the most revolutionary industry. After the Internet and AI, it will change the whole financial and human social behavior. The security of private keys is essential under its „decentralized structure“, which has become the foundation of Blockchain industry. According to the Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, all revolutionary innovation industries experience a decade before the industry introduction period. Only crossing the chasm, the industry can enter the growth period and move into a long-term healthy growth path. In the past 10 years, cryptocurrencies and the entire blockchain industry had experienced the decline of high expectations for cryptocurrency/ICO speculation frenzy from 2016 to 2017. During the melting down in 2018, we found not only Blockchain 1.0 applications grew steadily, but also Blockchain 2.0 such as smart contracts/financial applications and Blockchain 3.0 converging with IoT applications had grown significantly.

Speaker:
Peter chen

11:45 am - 11:55 am

The Post-Car Era

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Harald Welzer
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Harald Welzer

11:55 am - 12:05 pm

Cooled Love of Cars - Rethinking Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Weert Canzler
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Weert Canzler

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Datensicherheit im UAV-Bereich – Sichere, verschlüsselte Live-Videoübertragung von Drohnen

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Speaker:
Josef Waclaw

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Nature and IoT

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

How IoT is the key of the success of our natural air purifier and our company. Brief introduction of our story, our immediate success, the winning of Bosch startup competition in 2018 and the plans for the future thanks to IoT and also Blockchain. Takeaways: Audience will understand that consumers want more and more IoT devices and that the market is booming. But IoT is also a big challenge both for startups and big brands.

Speaker:
Paolo Ganis

12:05 pm - 12:15 pm

How to Make Maas, Not Mess

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Christof Schminke
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Christof Schimke

12:15 pm - 12:25 pm

Car Subscription and Shared Mobility – How Vive la Car Combines the Best out of Both Worlds

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Florine von Caprivi
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Florine von Caprivi

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

NFC/QR-based Smart Access Platform for the „ShareEconomy“ area

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

NousLogic All-In-One NFC/QR phone-based Smart Access Platform (Smart Door Lock/Smart Video Doorbell with Facial Recognition/Smart Garage Controller) for keyless entry in the "ShareEconomy" era.

Speaker:
Hoang Nhu

12:25 pm - 01:00 pm

Integration and Cooperation - Can New Mobility Concepts Reconcile Society and Ecology?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panel Discussion and Q&A

12:30 pm - 01:30 pm

Blockchain im industriellen Kontext – Wo stehen wir heute?

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Eine Podiums-Diskussion auf Initiative der Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft: Herausragende Experten aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft, Politik und Verbänden vermitteln ihre ganz persönliche Sicht zur Trendthematik Blockchain. Steht Blockchain kurz vor dem Durchbruch? Was sind – auch wirtschaftlich – tragfähige Anwendungsfälle für die Blockchain-Technologie, und wie kann man sie gestalten? Wie lassen sich die Auswirkungen einer Blockchain-Implementierung auf etablierte Geschäftsmodelle prognostizieren? Das Programm der Panel-Diskussion gibt Einblicke in aktuelle und zukünftige Entwicklungen in allen relevanten Bereichen der Industrie.

 Keynote  – Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Prinz
Stellv. Institutsleiter am Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Informationstechnik FIT

 

Speaker:
Wolfgang Prinz

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Consumer centricity – Konsumentenorientierung, global denken – lokal handeln

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Robert Bosch sagte einst: „Immer habe ich nach dem Grundsatz gehandelt, lieber Geld verlieren als Vertrauen. Die Unantastbarkeit meiner Versprechungen, der Glaube an den Wert meiner Ware und an mein Wort, standen mir höher als ein vorübergehender Gewinn.“

Er hat es verstanden die Wünsche der Kunden und deren Vertrauen in den Mittelpunkt des Handelns seines Unternehmens zu stellen und damit einen nachhaltigen Grundstein für ein erfolgreiches Unternehmenswachstum gelegt.

In globalisierten Produktions- und Absatzprozessen liegen der Produktionsstandort und der Absatzmarkt mitunter viele tausend Kilometer auseinander. Dabei kann es vorkommen, dass die Produktnutzenerwartungen des Absatzmarktes am Produktionsstandort nicht in Gänze klar sind.

Mit unseren internationalen Teams und entwicklungsbegleitenden Prüfungen unterstützen wir Sie gerne von der Entwicklung bis zur Konformitätsprüfung.

Speaker:
Michael Wenzel
Sales Manager, VDE Prüf- und Zertifizierungsinstitut GmbH

01:00 pm - 01:40 pm

Wohnungswirtschaftliche Kernprozesse in der digitalen Zukunft

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Die Digitalisierung des Wohnens schreitet mit hohem Tempo voran und sorgt dafür, dass die Wohnwünsche immer vielfältiger und anspruchsvoller werden. „Die digitale Revolution ist der Motor für die Zukunft des Wohnens in Deutschland“, erklärte Axel Gedaschko, Präsident des Spitzenverbandes der Wohnungswirtschaft GdW, bei der Vorstellung der neuen Studie “Wohntrends 2035” im November 2018 in Berlin.

  • Begrüßung durch Dr. Lippert (BBU) und Jörg Lorenz (green with IT), Einführung in die rein wohnungswirtschaftlichen Themen der Digitalisierung (B2B-Briefing))
  • Daniel Schulz, Vorstand ABG Paradies: die ersten Umsetzungen SMGW im Quartier am Beispiel des Heizwärme-Datenmanagements
  • Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik: hoch sichere Prozesse durch die CLS-Schnittstelle des Smart Meter Gateways
  • Im Anschluß werden die im Plenum skizzierten Inhalte live vorgeführt.

Speaker:
Jörg Lorenz

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Lunch Break

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

02:00 pm - 02:25 pm

Opening & Make Way for the Wealthy? Autonomous Vehicles, Markets in Mobility, and Social Justice

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Robert Sparrow
Professor at Monash University Melbourne, AUS

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Future Living Berlin - Ein Quartier für das Wohnen von morgen: smart, nachhaltig und für jeden zugänglich

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Das Projekt Future Living Berlin im Stadtteil Adlershof ist eine Modellsiedlung für das künftige Leben in smarten, vernetzten Städten. In diesem Jahr stehen die Bauarbeiten kurz vor der Vollendung – Anlass genug, die Träger und beteiligten Unternehmen erneut auf die Bühne von IFA NEXT zu bitten: Welche spezifischen Beiträge bringen die unterschiedlichen Partner ins Projekt ein? Welche Visionen verfolgen sie? Wie weit sind ihre Arbeiten gediehen? Welche Impulse werden vom Modellprojekt ausgehen?

Mit Birgit Eberhardt, GSW Sigmaringen; Sven Schmittbüttner, Unternehmensgruppe Krebs; Beate Albert, Berlin Partner; Adrian Obrist, DigitalStrom; Benedict Doepfer, Panasonic; Sebastian Lurg, Schindler ; C. Hartmannsgruber, Kimocon

 

 

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days - Smart Living

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:05: Einführung und Überblick über Smart Living Made in Germany

  • Michael Schidlack, Leiter Strategie und Intl. Smart Living

14:30: Selbstbestimmtes Altergerechtes Wohnen mit smarten Technologien

  • Dr. Claus Wedemeier, Die Wohnungswirtschaft

15:00: Pitches

-albicchiere
-Somnox
Agrilution
-Promo Vero
-AsWeShare
-Havr
-Lancey Energy Storage
-Lokly
-Wizzili
-mui Lab., Inc.
-Shiftall Inc.
-Vitesy

16:30: Panel: Smart Living  - Made in Germany. Die Potentiale von Smart Living  für die Umsetzung der Energiewende

 - Dr. Danyal Bayaz, MdB (Die Grünen)

- Dario Cohen, Head of Business Innovation and Partnering, ISTA

- Dr. Benedict Doepfer, Manager New Business Development Consumer Electronics,Panasonic

- Bernd Grohmann, Vorstand, EQ3 AG

- Jürgen Högener, Geschäftsführer Busch-Jäger Elektro GmbH

- Thomas Jäger, Geschäftsführer Jäger Direkt"

17:20: Vorstellung Bundesverband Deutsche Startups

17:35: Ehrung der Tagessieger

 

02:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Shift Automotive - Session 2: Building Smart Environments: Integrating Smart Mobility Solutions

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

02:25 pm - 02:35 pm

Automation and Smart Cities: Opportunity or Threat?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Robbert Lohmann
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Robbert Lohmann

02:35 pm - 02:45 pm

Thrive, Adapt or Die: Shaping the Future of Mobility Today, to Survive Tomorrow

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Tamy Ribeiro
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Tamy Ribeiro

02:45 pm - 02:55 pm

The Future of Mobility is Autonomous. But are we Ready?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Pejvan Beigui
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Pejvan Beigui

02:55 pm - 03:05 pm

On Demand Ridepooling - Creating Smart Public Transport Solutions for Cities and Rural Areas

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Stephan Pfeiffer
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Stephan Pfeiffer

03:05 pm - 03:15 pm

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - The Future of Mobility and the Impact on a Global Motor Insurance

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

David Williams
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
David Williams

03:15 pm - 03:20 pm

Half Time Recap

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

03:20 pm - 04:00 pm

COFFEE BREAK

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

04:00 pm - 04:15 pm

//avocado.menu.gearbox - The First Addressing System Designed for Voice

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Clare Jones
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Clare Jones

04:15 pm - 04:25 pm

Changing Parameters: The Future of Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Wolfram Putz, Graft Lab
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Wolfram Putz

04:25 pm - 04:35 pm

How Ultrasonic Technology is the Future of In-Car Connectivity

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Rodney Williams
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Rodney Williams

04:35 pm - 04:45 pm

Vehicle Autonomy as Part of a Future Mobility Ecosystem

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Brian Wynne
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Brian Wynne

04:45 pm - 05:20 pm

Smart New World - Will the Smart City Save Us?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panel Discussion and Q&A

05:20 pm - 05:35 pm

The Future is Visible Right Now but there is Still Time to Shape it

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Robin Chase
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Robin Chase

05:40 pm - 08:00 pm

Get Together

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Time
Information
Location

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Registration / Coffee

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Opening & Smart City, Mobility, and Energy Transition: Using Data and Technology for the Public Good

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Francesca Bria
Keynote 1

Speaker:
Francesca Bria

11:00 am - 11:40 am

Mobility – Some new stuffs in my car!

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Hap2U – Snips – Iris Capital, Business France

11:00 am - 12:45 pm

Shift Automotive - Session 3: New Ways to Drive: Future Technologies and Experiences

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

11:00 am - 02:00 pm

COMPUTER BILD

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Moderation: Chefredakteur Dirk General-Kuchel

Round Table plus anschließende Q & A

11:00: Nachhaltigkeit (u.a Fairphone & Ecosia mit Carsten Waldeck)

12:00: Smartes Zuhause ( in Zusammenarbeit mit Bundesverband Deutsche Startups e.V. und Anja Schimmelpfennig)

13:00: Hardware Trends ( u.a Google Chromebooks mit Rene Burwiek)

Speaker:
Carsten Waldeck
Founder and CEO at SHIFT GmbH Falkenberg, GER
Speaker:
Anja Schimmelpfennig
Speaker:
Rene Burwiek

11:25 am - 11:45 am

Optimising the Journey: How to Make Free-Flow Carsharing Work

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Hugo Lerias / Christof Schleidt

Speaker:
Hugo Lerias
Speaker:
Christof Schleidt

11:45 am - 12:05 pm

Reimagining Urban Transport: Smart Vehicles in a Smart World

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Sarah-Jayne Williams
Impulse Talk

12:00 pm - 03:00 pm

'ECHONET Lite' is a standard interface for the loT Era

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

ECHONET Consortium, Ryo Otsuka, Committeeman

12:00 pm - 03:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days Future Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

12:05: Science Slam Fußläufige Mobilität älterer Menschen

-Florian Breitinger, TU Bérlin

12:15: Ohne Diversität keine Mobilität

-Katja Diehl, Podcasterin

12:30: Round Table: Ridepooling, Scooter-Sharing & Hyperloops - ist die Ära des eigenen Autos zu Ende?

-Moderatorin: Katja Diehl, #SheDrivesMobility

-Ann-Kathrin Stärkel, beyond1435

-Beres Seelbach, onomotion

-Tinia Muehlfenzel, Tier Mobility

-Felix Kreysig, The Drivery

13:10: Pitches

-SUNNYBAG GmbH.
-Tracks
-Hybrid Lidar Systems AG
-AIPARK
-BrighterAI
-Dynamic Map Platform Co,.Ltd.
-XPAND K.K.

13:55: Jelbl - Bündnis für die Mobilität von morgen

-Friedrich-Wilhelm Menge (BVG)

14:10: Autonomes Fahren - Warum US-Anbieter Europa verloren haben

14:25: Ehrung der Tagessieger

14:35: Round Table - Challenge Smart City - Stadtentwicklung verstehen und mit intelligenten Lösungen begegnen

 - Kathrin Hoffmann ( eMO )

- Moritz Oesterlink (Clevershuttle)

- Teresa Brügmann (Plugsurfing)

- Stefan Heinrich (Beyond 1435)

12:05 pm - 12:25 pm

Transforming Our Cities - Smart Mobility in the Digital Society

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Francesca Bria, Hugo Lerias and Sarah Williams in conversation with Sarah Elsser

Speaker:
Francesca Bria
Speaker:
Hugo Lerias
Speaker:
Sarah-Jayne Williams
Speaker:
Sarah Yvonne Elsser

12:25 pm - 12:35 pm

TBA

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Peter Wouda

Speaker:
Peter Wouda

12:35 pm - 12:45 pm

Living in the Future - Today

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Daniela Snyders
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Daniela Snyders

12:45 pm - 12:55 pm

Let’s Not Forget the Why of Driverless Cars

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Tyron Louw
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Tyron Louw

12:55 pm - 01:05 pm

From Pods to Land Yachts to Roving Commerce: The Radical Side-Effects of Driverless Vehicles

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Melba Kurman
Impulse Talk

01:05 pm - 01:10 pm

Halftime Recap

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

01:10 pm - 01:20 pm

Beyond Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Deneb Moosmeier
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Deneb Moosmeier

01:20 pm - 01:30 pm

The Car as Living Space - Creating the Future Mobility Experience

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Sebastian Stegmüller
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Sebastian Stegmüller

01:30 pm - 01:40 pm

Bringing Autonomous Mobility to life with VR

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Richard Seale
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Richard Seale

01:40 pm - 02:10 pm

Coffee Break

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

02:10 pm - 02:25 pm

Entertainment in the Automobile redefined: When Autonomy and Storytelling intersect

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Jay Ward in conversation with Sarah Yvonne Elsser

Speaker:
Sarah Yvonne Elsser
Speaker:
Jay Ward

02:25 pm - 03:00 pm

Say Hello, Wave Goodbye – Do We Have to Say Farewell to the Joy of Driving?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panel Discussion and Q&A

Time
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10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Pressekonferenz der Deutschen TV-Plattform

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

  • Andre Prahl, Mediengruppe RTL, Vorsitzender des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform
  • Niklas Brambring, Zattoo, Mitglied des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform und Leiter AG Media over IP
  • Jürgen Sewczyk, Eutelsat, Mitglied des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform und Leiter AG Smart Media
  • Stefan Kunz, Sky Deutschland, Mitglied des Vorstands Deutsche TV-Plattform und Leiter AG Ultra HD
  • Carine Chardon, ZVEI Geschäftsführerin Deutsche TV-Plattform
  • Weitere Vertreter werden mit dem Programm veröffentlicht

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Smart home: How does Netatmo ensure its users’ data privacy and security?

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Users are more and more concerned about their data security and privacy. People believe that connected devices present a threat to their privacy or personal data protection. They wonder what kind of data their connected devices collect and how this data is being managed. Thus, they wish to adopt smart solutions that guarantee the best protection of their data and privacy. At Netatmo, we apply the principles of „security by design“ and „privacy by design“ to ensure our users’ privacy and data security.

 

Speaker:
Florian Deleuil
Senior Engineer & Product Manager, Netatmo

11:20 am - 11:40 am

ICT-enabled Smart Factory

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

In this talk, I´d like to talk about ETRI activities related to ICT enabled Smart Factory and open manufacturing services called FaaS (Factory As A Service). ETRI R&D focus includes wireless factory area network, industrial IoT platform, context-aware middleware, big data analytics, and cloud-based manufacturing operation. FaaS(Factory as a Service) is a mass personalization manufacturing service platform. The system consists of three platforms; portal cloud system, manufacturing execution platform and manufacturing operation platform including IoT based manufacturing instruments called the micro smart factory. The smart factory includes almost all the manufacturing process instruments; manufacturing instrument such as 3D printers, postprocessing instruments, inspection instrument, transfer instrument, and packing instruments. We opened the FaaS to the public in 2017, and manufactured real products ordered from startups and SME. We are spreading this factory model all over the nation.

Speaker:
Kim Dr. Hyun

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Embodied AI – Virtual assistants fort he Real World

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

TwentyBN creates digital avatars that can see, hear and speak with you to serve customers across verticals. Powered by its Crowd Acting data platform, it has collected over 3MM training videos to build the world´s first human understanding tech stack. Its latest product is an AI-powered fitness trainer with instant corrective feedback and vision-based exercise tracking.

Speaker:
Mansfield Chris

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Crowdfunding to test international markets

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Pascal Condamine, Indiegogo - Cube your life - Redison; Business France

12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

The evolution of resolution – status quo of 8K

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

8k represents the next level of quality in the world of moving images. When and how will 8K movies get into the living room? Which media companies deal with the topic? Which additional quality parameters play an important role next to the enormous pixel resolution?

Speaker:
Chris Chinnock
Speaker:
Dan Schinasi
Speaker:
Alfred Chan
Speaker:
Pete Sellar

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Digitales Start-up des Jahres 2019

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie

 

01:30 pm - 03:30 pm

Info-Sessions mit Experten zu UHD, HDR und 3D-Sound

Location: Hall 26 / 203/203a

Am Freitag, 6.09., Samstag 7.09. und Sonntag 8.09. finden am Stand der Deutschen TV-Plattform im Rahmen von IFA NEXT in Halle 26 jeweils um 13.30 Uhr und 15.30 Uhr kompakte Info-Sessions (20 Minuten) mit Experten zu UHD, HDR und 3D-Sound statt. Unter anderem geben die Experten den Besuchern Tipps, wie sie ohne größeren Aufwand zu Hause etwas Heimkinoatmosphäre schaffen können.

02:00 pm - 02:20 pm

ORII - The future of screen-free Interface

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Origami Labs, Emile Chan, CMO

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days - Digital Health

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:00: Opening

14:05: Get Ready Workout

  • Samim Quraischi, Breakletics

14:20: Silver Surfer meets Innovation - demographic change as an opportunity for health startups

  • Anne Braun Zollhof, Tech Incubator Nürnberg

14:30: Round Table: Smart Health - gesünder Leben mit Health-Tracking Apps

  • Moderation: Admir Kulin, m.Doc
  • Paul Burggraf, Thryve
  • Marius Liefold, Denton Systems
  • Andrea Buzzi, Frau Wenk
  • Dr. Elmar Waldschmitt, BIG direkt gesund

15:00: Digital Health - Pitches

16:30: Smarte Patientenpfade in der professionellen Gesundheitsversorgung

  • Admir Kulin, m.Doc

16:45: Masterstudiengang "Digital Health" am Hasso Plattner Institut

  • Nina Kiwitt

17:00: Ehrung der Tagessieger - Digital Health Pitches

17:15: Round Table: Digital Health - wie Frauen die Digitalisierung der Gesundheitswirtschaft vorantreiben

  • Nina Kiwitt
  • Prof. Dr. anabel Ternes von Hattburg, Get your Wings
  • Daniela Schuhmacher, Psycurio

02:20 pm - 02:40 pm

The era of innovation of supply chain management with AI

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

With the booming of AI, the market is full with AI products, but many products die before launch in the market due to the shortage of supply chain management. 1. What would be happen in future if all with AI around us. 2. what are the main problems for startups when they are deciding to start a AI products 3. how to operate your supply chain to ensure your success of products 4. what is the trend of future AI products.

Speaker:
Selena Hu

02:40 pm - 03:00 pm

Disruption of product communication through virtual and augmented reality

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The development of IoT infrastructure and mobile end-user devices enables the next step in product communication and marketing. The conventional ways of product information, such as text and videos, in future will be replaced through more interactive content. Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR) increase user experience with the product, visualizing the features and explaining the product advantages. Different use cases of VR/AR will be demonstrated at the example of vacuum cleaner

Speaker:
Vladimir Sizikov

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Understanding the Tech Consumer through Integrated Insights

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

It all comes down to rich experiences – this insight is fueling many of the major consumer trends. GfK´s Consumer Life Study revealed that 50 percent of global respondents state that they “value experiences more than possessions”. It is not just about ‘what’ consumers own, but what the device is able to do for them - the experience, how it “wows” them constantly.

 

And experience has many different facets ranging from the actual product performance to the shopping experience. In our keynote, we will provide a perspective on the major trends in the consumer markets supported by interesting facts & figures and integrated insights on how the tech-consumer “ticks” – today and tomorrow.

 

Speaker:
Warren Saunders

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11:00 am - 11:20 am

Enabling elderly People to stay longer safe at home without making them feel intrusive

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

How to use technology to enable elderly people to stay longer in their loved home instead of moving to the nursing home. What kind of solutions exist and how do these influence the every day life? We want our elderly relatives to act on their own behave, but is this really true when we install technology in the apartment to monitor them? In this speech Pirmin Kelbel presents results from an intensive user research at elderly peoples home and their needs. He is going to give a detailed insight on how elderly people accept current technology. This includes wearables for every day monitoring and sensors which monitor elderly people at home. Mr. Kelbel will give a glance on what kind of technology is going to come next and how artificial intelligence can be used to make a seniors life saver.

Speaker:
Pirmin Kelbel

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Your first companion robot – Pibo

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

1.Why do we need a social robot?

2. World trend

3. Differentiation of social robot

4. Current situation and Service model(superiority and competitiveness)

5. Business model and strategy

Speaker:
John Park

11:20 am - 11:40 am

From ZERO to your factory

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

ZERO : Easy-to-use Robot to transfer any Object ZERO is the first 6 DOF industrial articulated robot manufactured by ZEUS. With its payload of 5kg, it is designed for wide range of applications including pick-and-place, assembly, vision inspection, palletizing, etc. With its versatility and low initial cost, ZERO can provide decent experience to customers on robot adoption for their automation.

 

 

Speaker:
Won Yoo Jai

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Wasser 2.0 – Ur-Element goes Digital

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Wasser ist die Grundlage des Lebens auf unserem Planeten. Täglich konsumieren wir direkt und indirekt viele Liter des kostbaren Gutes, meist ohne zu erkennen, welches Potenzial in dem Element für einen gesunden und nachhaltigen Lebensstil steckt. Die richtige Menge und eine angepasste Mineralisierung des Wassers bestimmt des Wirkung auf unsere Leistungsfähigkeit, unser Wohlbefinden und unseren Geschmack. LUQEL stellt auf der IFA next den WATER BALANCER vor, um das passende Rezept für die individuelle Lebenssituation zu finden und mit der LUQEL WATER STATION das Wasser nach individuellen Rezepturen zu erstellen.

 

Speaker:
Roland Groß

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Playful Learning – From school to home, from home to society

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Shen Zhen, GLI Technology Ltd., Fei Hang, Director Tech Europe Office

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

The Future of Coding Drone & Robot

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

We will show Coding education technology using robots and drones. Through demonstrations, people can feel something new about coding education. and, Through this coding training using drone&robot , students can see what effect they can have. And This coding training will help students find their jobs by learning the skills of the future

Speaker:
Robert Lee

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

AI Camera, a camera from future to today

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

OBSBOT, an artificial intelligence camera brand by REMO TECH, is dedicated to connecting people and the imaging industry to the future, by pushing the boundaries of technology and inspiring more groundbreaking innovations in the field of photography. OBSBOT, as an innovative global brand leading AI imaging, offers a radical new way to easily capture footage with an all-in-one AI camera, capable of tracking, auto-zoom and gesture control, empowering you to be your own actor and director. 

Speaker:
Wang Tony

12:00 pm

PowerWatch & the Unlimited Potential of Thermoelectrics

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Akram will discuss the development of Matrix Industries’ revolutionary thermoelectric technology, currently setting the stage for the future of wearables. The award-winning PowerWatch is the world’s first smartwatch to harvest energy from body heat, and the first wearable to offer consumers uninterrupted ability and a battery charger-free future. As well as tracking sleep and steps, it tells you how much electricity your body heat is producing, making it the most accurate measure of burned calories on the market, too. If the pioneering thermal design is able to harvest the small amount of available heat on the outside of the wrist, imagine what this power source could do if applied to other parts of the body. Moving forward, it could be utilised in wireless earbuds, AR glasses, clothing, even non-wearable devices. Akram will also be touching upon the imminent new cooling technology that Matrix Industries has developed, effectively a ground-breaking reversal of the PowerWatch chip.

Speaker:
Boukai Akram

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

The possibility of autonomous driving

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Autonomous driving will definitely improve all aspects of our lives. The real autopilot will eventually become reality, involving technical, moral and ethical issues. Technology has been growing rapidly in a high speed, but there are lots of barriers ahead of us. Uber senior research scientist, the guest professor of Department of Computer Science of Columbia University, Erran Li said that for Autopilot, if you have handled 90 percent of the problems, then the remaining 10 percent will even take 100 times of effort. And I always believe that autonomous driving technology will not be the ultimate bottleneck, but in the existing cities, ethics and morality is an insurmountable barrier in front of us. The ultimate solution for autonomous driving is based on autonomous driving technology to build a new city that all traffic rules, all infrastructure are based on serving the Autopilot Technology with vehicle synergy system. It is capable of exponentially reducing technical complexity.

Speaker:
Cai Charles

12:20 pm

FitTech to Improve Human Physiological Performance

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Nearly 90 percent of blood in the legs is pumped back to the heart via the calves. High-intensity workouts and activities can cause calf muscle soreness that makes this circulation less effective. This leads to slower recovery times and lactic acid buildup, which cause muscle cramping, swelling, and risk for further injury. Active compression therapy is the answer.

Speaker:
Heshika Deegahawathura

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Success factors of shared mobility services

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

What will be the futureproof recipe for shared mobility services? How can they become profitable businesses and improve our daily lives? What are the necessary factors to succeed and how can policy makers help to improve them.

Speaker:
Lena Bödeker

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

The Quiet Revolution in Consumer Technology to combat Noise Pollution

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Quiet Mark is associated with the U.K. Noise Abatement Society charitable foundation and has been leading the Quiet Revolution for the last seven years, engaging directly with both brands and consumers. This dual role is essential to establish noise-reduction and acoustic design as key considerations in product development; and to educate consumers on the impact of noise, presenting a clear way to identify quieter options. Through its pioneering acoustic tests, Quiet Mark awards its distinctive Purple ‘Q’ Mark to products and services. The presentation includes latest insights on how brands can respond to global health issues, why noise pollution is an ignored threat to society, why innovation in sound control is crucial to the booming move in urban development, dangers of everyday noise pollution to human health, human health effects over time from using products with reduced sound levels, importance of design and technological advances in sound reduction products.

 

Speaker:
Szkiler Poppy

01:00 pm - 01:20 pm

Tech for Good – How immersive technologies can help us to create a better world

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Digital technologies have become a huge part of our lives and communication habits. Information is available 24/7 on a global range – influencing our daily actions and decisions. However, these decisions are not always beneficial to our society and the environment. This talk explores how immersive technologies – such as 360° Videos, Virtual and Augmented Reality – can be used as an enabler to rethink current behavioral patterns and create awareness, understanding and facilitate sustainable responsible and socially-conscious decision making through immersive experiences. Petra Dahms talk is based on the experiences from her social start up “Stell Dir V(o)R” which solves social challenges and promotes learning and sustainability through immersive solutions.

Speaker:
Dahm Petra

01:00 pm - 01:40 pm

Fundraising in Hardware Snips – Iris Capital – Hardware Club, Business France

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

01:20 pm - 01:40 pm

Revolutionizing the consumer electronics market with a simple plug-in subscription solution

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The consumer electronics (CE) market is undergoing drastic changes – As products get more expensive and innovation cycles shorter, consumers demand more flexibility to access, switch and upgrade products. There is a clear trend towards access and away from ownership, with consumers caring less about owning their tech and more about simply having access to it. However, Europe’s biggest (online) CE retailers don’t offer an access over ownership option for obtaining products. This is where Grover comes in: Grover brings the access economy to the CE market by offering a monthly subscription model for the best in tech. Grover’s subscription model (aside from being a stand-alone service) can be integrated as a simple plug-in solution by any (online) seller and has been done so by DE’s biggest CE retailers. In this presentation, Stephan Dreier gives insights into the Grover model, its value for partners such as the retail giants already using it, and how it is revolutionizing the CE market.

Speaker:
Stephan A. Dreier
Vice President of Business Development and Sales, Grover

01:40 pm - 02:00 pm

Challenging the Smart Home Market to „Do More“ for People

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Smart home technology and services have taken the world by storm in recent years, and worldwide spending on smart home devices totaled an all-time annual high of nearly $96 billion in 2018. While the market is packed with smart devices that will turn on your lights or play your favorite music, these devices fail to address a severely underrepresented need that is far more important in the long run: your health. Given the current landscape of incredibly advanced technological capabilities in the smart home market, there should be an inherent responsibility among smart home businesses to utilize the data they gather and the insights at their disposal to improve the health and everyday lives of people everywhere – not just their customers. Through application of data and key partnerships, Airthings is working to reinvent the template for corporate responsibility in the smart home sector by challenging the market to „do more“ for public health and livelihood in the decades to come.

Speaker:
Oyvind Birkenes

02:00 pm - 02:20 pm

Being there from afar. The future of remote care giving

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

 Active in-room monitoring allows elderly residents to be cared for remotely without any buttons and while maintaining privacy. Cutting edge 3-D sensor technology can detect a variety of physiological and behavioral activities providing analytical trends on the state of health of elderly residents and alerting caregivers immediately in the case of falls or other emergency. Vayyar´s Walabot HOME, is a complete automatic health monitoring solution that will enhance a resident´s care-home experience as well as reduce your operating expenses. Come and hear the future of remote care giving.

Speaker:
Ofer Familier

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days Tech for Good/ Social Entrepreneurship

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:00: Life is a Pitch - Der Startupwettbewerb von Samsung zum Thema Nachhaltigkeit

  • Die Finalisten aus den Kategorien Umwelt, Gesundheit und Inklusion pitchen um den 1. Platz.

15:15: Round Table - Samsung

16:00: Life is a Pitch Finale - Samsung

17:00: Pitches: SHIFT GmbH, Inovatink, V-Juice,Unipos, Tracuz, Afb, Indetail, Secu-X

17:00: The power of collaborative networks - Claudia Winkler,goood

17:10: Adriana Groh, Prototype Fund

17:20: Ehrung der Tagessieger

17:30: Round Table: Challenges and potentials of Tech4Good

  • Moderation: Leon Reiner, Impact Hub
  • Claudia Winkler (goood), Michael Schmelcher (AfB), Adriana Groh(Prototype Fund)

17:55: Recap/Abmoderation 

 

 

 

 

02:20 pm - 02:40 pm

Travel tech & IoT accessories

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Brickspower and function bricks are only the start and part of our full roadmap. IoT technology accessories is a market gap and demande.By building a connected ecosystem with Internet of things concept, provide new use experience of travel technology accessories, enhance technology level of the industry.

 

Speaker:
Alex Au

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

JAPAN – Global Innovation Partner of IFA NEXT - New human-machine interfaces with consideration and sensibility

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Presentation by Mr Keita Nishiyama (Director-General of the Commerce and Information Policy Bureau at Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI)) that will be followed by a discussion with Jens Heithecker (IFA Executive Director).

Speaker:
Dave Graveline
Speaker:
Keita Nishiyama
Speaker:
Jens Heithecker

Time
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11:00 am - 11:20 am

From the Cloud to the Earth – the Commercialization of Intelligent Business

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

The current landscape of AIoT Industry Painpoints of the business when they try to transform SaaS services provided by Tuya and we enabled 100,000 clients globally in 5 years Future trends in AIoT

 

Speaker:
Alex Yang

11:00 am - 11:20 am

VisualSonic – A new Home Decor Technology to combine your love of Art & Music

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

We are getting smaller of our smaller flats, especially in Asian countries, that continues hitting our quality of life. It is not easy to change that situation. By invention & applying new technologies, we aim to maintain & improve our quality of living in such a situation. That´s why the idea of combining new technologies and home decor has been long dappled with. VisualSonic has been developed to step-in this technological home decor market by combining art and audio with the latest AR & Voice-control technologies into a new audiovisual delight for the senses. It is a new technology of sound output system, using a new material to produce high fidelity sound within an ultra-thin area of less than 3cm, that is specially designed to fit for modern living with limited space. Product invention patent granted. Beside reducing space, this new material can also be printed as an artwork panel. It makes the whole prodBeside reducing space, this new material can also be printed as artworks.

 

Speaker:
Wong Benson

11:20 am - 11:40 am

CROVE – The digital hand in smart maintenance

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

What is better than throwing away damaged devices and scrapping vehicles and machines? Repairing them! What is better than repairing? Constant checks to avoid damage, depreciation and the need for repairs! CROVE is a hand-worn IIoT device that helps companies with high maintenance efforts to digitally document hand moves and automatically process checks and protocols in maintenance procedures to make them faster to accomplish and the results easier to leverage. The gathered data provides insights and patterns about maintenance events, helping to prevent future damages and outages (“Predictive Maintenance”). Our product is based on human-centered design, aiming to make tasks easier without complicating others: By using machine learning algorithms the wearable will also anticipate intentions and so constantly improve control and support. With CROVE, we lower the efforts for maintenance significantly, extend the lifetime of technology and reduce the allocations for repairs and restock.  

Speaker:
Alicia Sophia Hinon

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Interfaces for future home appliances – technology and design

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Presentation will be about sharing our experiences from UI/UX/Tech and also from games, starting from technology and finishing on design and human interactions. The lecture will show how to design and program a really good interface using existing and future hardware. Key topics:
- Why we are still creating an 2D interface not a 3D, when 3D will be good ?
- „Number of clicks" is it still a key for a good UX?
- Why 30 frames per second is important, what is loading time?
- What is antialiasing and why we need it?
- Premium feeling, fast GPU: What we should do when our device can cost more!

 

Speaker:
Michal Tatka

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Prototyping the Future / Design Driven Innovation am Beispiel Hybrid Interfaces

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Speaker:
Georg Klöck

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

Smart Homes, Energy Savings and Customers

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The current smart home environment is dominated by large players, with a push to getting as many products into peoples´ homes as possible. However a leading driver for the smart home is environmental concerns by customers as demonstrated by the prevalence of technology such as air quality sensors. Despite this, energy saving technology has low uptake and fierce consumer resistance, especially to devices such as smart meters. This presentation will cover the state of the market, the challenges faced by companies, and the real demands of customers.

Speaker:
Thomas Timothy

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Ihre Grosseltern haben kein Whattsapp? Doch: mit Familink!

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Gerne möchten wir Ihnen Ihnen Familink vorstellen, der einzige Online-Bilderrahmen für Senioren. Jeder teilt täglich seine Bilder mit Freunden und Familie über soziale Netzwerke. Was aber mit den Großeltern, die weder Internet zu Hause haben noch ein Handy besitzen und oft weiter weg wohnen? Sie bleiben immer außen vor. Familink ist die Lösung für alle, die gerne Bilder mit ihren Großeltern sofort und direkt teilen möchten. Sie schenken beispielsweise Ihrer Oma einen Familink Bilderrahmen. Sie muss diesen nur einstecken: Er ist sofort betriebsbereit! Der Bilderrahmen ist Dank integrierter SIM-Karte automatisch mit dem Internet verbunden. Jedes Familienmitglied kann ganz einfach seine Bilder auf den Bilderrahmen schicken. Entweder über Whattsapp die Familink App, über die Internetseite oder per E-Mail! Familink ist so einfach, dass auch Leute mit kognitiven Störungen es problemlos nutzen können. Mit Familink binden Sie alle Ihre Liebsten eng in Ihr Familienleben ein!

Speaker:
Claire Dhénain-Hofmann

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

The Taste of Tech

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Smart home technology has become common place, with Amazon Alexas, Google Homes and other intelligent assistants used to control everything from light switches to thermostats. But the kitchen remains relatively „dumb”. Smart fridges make it easier to see whether you have milk while at the grocery store, but you’ll still need to turn around and go back if you think you might have left the oven on. Wireless power for kitchen appliances will soon change that, making it easier than ever to make every aspect of the kitchen more intelligent, while also making smaller kitchens more versatile, making family dinner prep more of a family activity and making it easier to maintain a modern look-and-feel to a cordless kitchen. In this session, we will discuss the wireless kitchen as the next frontier in smart home technology and explore the innovations wireless power offers the kitchen ecosystem.

Speaker:
Hans Kablau

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

Medisana Home Care Robot – the future in health care

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

IFA 2019 is the world premiere of our Medisana Home Care Robot. The robot includes Artificial Intelligence, Safety, Health Care, Communication and Entertainment. When you use the robot the first time, it follows the user and maps the apartment and then navigates automatically. The functions include for example video communication, reminder, measurement of blood oxygen, blood pressure and heart rate with appropriate app support. Everything is very easy to use and the range of functions will be extended in the future.

 

Speaker:
Ulrich Schulze-Althoff

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

Wireless power technology extends focus towards medium and high power devices

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The wireless power market is gearing to become the mainstream technology as it continues to evolve quite rapidly, expanding the reach across wider applications and product segments, including smartphones, wearables, computing devices, medical, industrial, robotic and also automotive sectors (Electric Vehicles). As this technology evolves, wireless power would be considered as a technology more than that of charging devices but once which enhances consumer interface as well as provide further business opportunities

Speaker:
Dinesh Kithany

12:40 pm - 01:40 pm

Can we connect our kids? Babeyes – Wizzili – Cube Your Life, Business France

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Artificial Intelligence – What’s in for me?

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

A panel discussion with experts on artificial intelligence, which will shed light on which concrete benefits consumers will gain from products with artificial intelligence (AI). A number of products and solutions are already in the market, others are in their starting blocks. But some consumers are still skeptical, fearing that overly intelligent technology will overwhelm them rather than being of use for them. The experts want to clean up with this prejudice.

Mit Arne Herkelmann, Huawei; Mike Henkelmann, Samsung; Bastian Seppelt, Yamaha und Dr. Matthieu Deru, Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Künstliche Intelligenz. Moderation: Klaus Petri, gfu

Speaker:
Klaus Petri

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days – Artificial Intelligence

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

 14:00: Semantisches TV - wie KI den Inhalt bewegter Bilder erkennt

  • Dr. Matthieu Deru (DFKI)

14:20: Round Table: AI and the Future of Work

  • Moderation: Matthieu Deru (DFKI )
  • Daniela Kluckert (MdB)
  • Claudia Pohlink (T-Labs)
  •  Isabell Franck (Franck.AI)

15:00: IFA NEXT Startup Days - Pitches

  • Idein
  • Tvarit GmbH
  • roboflat
  • Empath Inc.
  • 7Learnings
  • Sizze
  • JobAI
  • INNOSPOT
  • UniFa
  • Anova
  • Xenoma Inc.
  • reachtag

16:30: Inspirational Talk I - How Intel® empowers Artificial Intelligence

  • Stephan Gillich, Intel

16:45: Inspirational Talk II - Dynamic Sounds for Videogames - Composing music 

  • VaIerio Velardo (Melodrive)

17:00: Ehrung Tagessieger

17:15: Round Table: The Power of Algorithms - Does AI need a code of ethics?

  • Tabea Wilke (botswatch)
  • Dr. Danyal Bayaz (Bundestag)
  • Lajla Fetic ( Bertelsmann Stiftung)

17:55: Recap/ Abmoderation

 

 

Time
Information
Location

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Why Augmented Reality is the future of smart toys

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Speaker:
Tony Nitschke

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

5G – One fit all?

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Mobilfunkstandard 5G – One fits all?

Er gilt als universelle Zukunftslösung für alle Arten des Datentransports – bis hin zur Verbreitung von TV- und anderen Mediendiensten: Der Standard 5G inspiriert die Technik-Phantasie einer ganzen Generation. Was kann man mit der neuen Mobilfunktechnik wirklich machen? Was ist praktikabel und ökonomisch sinnvoll? Und unter welchen Bedingungen?

Mit Dr. Roland Beutler, SWR; Benjamin Grimm, Freenet; Richard Weiler, Deutsche Telekom; Giorgio Koppehele, Magic Horizons. Moderation: Christian Just, Ressortleiter Telekommunikation und Internet, Redaktion Computer Bild

Sprecher: Christian Just

 

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Haptic Feedback – enhancing the human perception

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Using haptic user interfaces and a sufficient training period, our bodies are capable of interpreting almost any set of information we can imagine. Not being able to perceive the world around us is one of humanity´s biggest drivers of unhappiness. GHOST – feel its mission is to enable tier 1 companies to offer a haptic user interface to their customers and getting involved in the haptic technology trend with a head start.

Speaker:
Laura Bücheler

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

How artificial intelligence help the world to connect?

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Artificial Intelligence has been the fastest growing hotspot for public concerns. There are many companies who are eager to get their places in AI, with a goal to become a leading player in the industry. AI is growing, but it is not yet at a point where the majority of the public audience think or believe it is already at. In my speech, I´d like to express my opinion about how AI would help shape the world, and how it can help connecting people, cultures, countries, and all other differences we are facing today.

 

Speaker:
Alex Qin

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Dispelling the myth of the cloud power in AI and voice recognition

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

The adoption of voice interfaces is overwhelming. It is now ordinary to have a cloud-powered microphone in our pocket, home, vehicle, etc. However, the concerns are rising regarding privacy and security risks associated with such voice interfaces due to the sensitivity of the data shared with the voice assistants. In addition, voice assistants requiring high quality internet connection and cannot be used in offline environments. These concerns have motivated further research towards alternative solutions for Speech Recognition, that wouldn´t run in the cloud. These alternative solutions, in addition to cloud independence and offline capabilities, require low computing power and run on a wide range of small under $10 devices. State of the art machine learning and artificial intelligence is not reserved to the cloud giants.

Speaker:
Nicolas Baron

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

SHIVR Brings the Heavy Artillery to the World of Great Audio Quality

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Auditory experiences are more powerful than visual ones. SHIVR has recognized that. Their headset brings audio lovers worldwide, a daring sound experience. Their new APF technology (Acoustic Power Field) was developed by sound engineers obsessed with quality and auditory effects that you can almost touch. The unmatched audio creates an arcade of sound that travels inwards, from ear to ear, from within, immersing you into the music that reproduces real life spatiality. This headset makes you discover the physics of sound for the first time. It sends you on a roller-coaster of sound symmetry and creates decibels flow perfection.

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

Voice activated consumer electronics and translation systems – how this will influence people’s life

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Now we´re talking! Voice activation is being adopted at a faster than ever pace and is changing the way we do things. 22 percent of people who own voice assistant devices report that use voice commands to listen to music (61%), check the weather forecast (60 percent), asking fun questions (54 percent), researching (53 percent) or shopping (22 percent). With translation systems becoming more accurate and cheaper every day, the possibilities of using voice commands in different languages are now endless. This will open new doors to break down language barriers across the world and offer a new, more human relationship with technology.

Speaker:
Danny Manu
CEO, Mymanu

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Luminette – How this light therapy glasses can influence your health

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Luminette is a wearable light therapy device that will help you effectively fight winter blues and sleep disorders, in order to regain energy and vitality. It is ideal if you wish to stay active during your session, is effective from 20 minutes of daily use.

 

Speaker:
Eric Delloye

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Why Cameras Are Not the Future of Home Security

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

2014 Nils Mattisson was working for Apple´s exploratory design. After speaking to engineers at Airbnb, he saw a problem that people renting out their homes to strangers were facing – monitoring. But why? Cameras were out of the question for privacy reasons, and traditional security systems were not designed for this. There was a gap in the market for a solution that balanced privacy with the need for monitoring. With three other co-founders on-board, bringing expertise from Google and Apple, the Minut team developed a new type of monitoring system. And while they initially intended to build a solution for the vacation rental market, they quickly realized they had built something far more powerful, and the need in the market for non-invasive smart monitoring was not confined to the rental market. The device, which fits in the palm of your hand, is the world’s first all-in-one home alarm powered by machine learning. It protects your home – and respects your privacy.

Speaker:
Bark Buster

01:00 pm - 01:20 pm

The Future of Driving: Enhancing Safety on the Road with Thermal Sensors

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Safe driving is important now more than ever. According to Governors Highway Safety Association, pedestrian fatalities increased by 27 percent between 2007-2016 – urging the automotive industry to provide solutions protecting those on and off the road. Tim can address how thermal sensors are challenging the way cars, particularly autonomous vehicles, protect the safety of drivers and pedestrians. Tim will discuss how thermal sensors can be leveraged in autonomous vehicles and help detect dangers before they occur.

Speaker:
Tim LeBeau

01:20 pm - 01:40 pm

Optimizing humans in a voiced controlled world

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Mimi Hearing Technologies, Philipp Skribanowitz, CEO & Founder

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days – IoT

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:05: Ressourcenschwache Geraete und Schwierigkeiten: Worauf muessen IoT-Startups achten, wenn erfolgreich sein wollen?

- Hauke Petersen, FU Berlin

14:20: Round Table - Digital Doping - Wie nimmt die Virtual Community Einfluss auf die eigene Leistung?

- Anne Theke (na-fitness)

- Christoph Kittler (Sportpsychologe)

- Fee Beyer"

14:50: Vorstellung United Tech of Europe

15:00: Pitches

16:25: Ehrung der Tagessieger

16:30: Vorstellung 5G-Studie vom BVDS und Vodafone

 

 

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Short Talk: Some Like Talking, Others Don't - Reaching the Voice Limits

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Diana Derval

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Closing Discussion Pattern 4 - EXPERIENCE:

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panelists: Sauter, Hausmeier, Durval, Larcher
Hosted by: Melinda Crane

Speaker:
Joachim Sauter
Speaker:
Véronique Larcher
Speaker:
Diana Derval
Speaker:
Philip Hausmeier

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Impulse Talk: The Renaissance of the Tangible (Poetry is the New Black)

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Joachim Sauter

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Impulse Talk: You Can’t Eat VR

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Wesley Allsbrook

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Augmenting Our Home Theater Experience

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Brendon Stead

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Design Principles for Spatial Computing

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Philip Hausmeier

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Digital Immortality - How Conversational Bots Will Give Us a Voice, Dead or Alive

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Véronique Larcher

03:00 pm - 05:00 pm

Short Talk: Emotion AI and it's Ethics

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Hazumu Yamazaki

Time
Information
Location

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Registration / Coffee

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Cybersecurity – Aktuelles aus der Gesetzgebung

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Cybersecurity ist nicht nur ein technisches, sondern zunehmend auch ein juristisches Thema. Welche Anforderungen gelten hier für Unternehmen und Nutzer? Der Vortrag beleuchtet die aktuellsten gesetzgeberischen Bestrebungen in Sachen IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0 und EU Cybersecurity Act.

 

Speaker:
Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker

11:00 am - 11:20 am

Ist das Elektro-Auto die Zukunft?

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

In Deutschland wurden 2018 nur 36.062 E-Autos verkauft. Bis 2020, so hieß es mal, sollen 1 Million E-Autos in Deutschland unterwegs sein. Doch der Wandel kommt nicht. Was ist da los? Dabei ist kaum ein Thema wie die Mobilität in aller Munde. Flugtaxis, Kick-Scooter, Warendronen, autonomes Fahren, Brennstoffzelle – wie fast seit 100 Jahren nicht mehr ist die Branche im Begriff, große, einschneidende Veränderungen zu erleben und das vom Antrieb bis zum Gefährt – sogar bis zum Fahrenden selbst. Doch was bedeuten diese Veränderungen für uns? Was bedeuten Sie für die Städte? Bei den vielen bunten Bildchen auf Kongressen fragt man sich: Wann kommen diese Veränderungen und wie? Was passiert, wenn einige davon auf Ablehnung stoßen oder uns vor neue Herausforderungen stellen: Welche antworten finden wir und vor allem, wer findet diese Antworten? In einem interaktiven Vortrag geht der CMO der citkar GmbH, der Plattform für urbane Mobilität, auf diese Fragen ein und formuliert verschiedene Lösung

 

Speaker:
Sven Kindervater

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Opening & Future Mobility as an Open Global Marketplace

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Boyd Cohen

11:20 am - 11:40 am

Making Sense of Hearing

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Hearing is a sense that is incredibly valuable. It’s one that is worth protecting but is also a bit more complex than is normally considered. We’ll take a short deep-dive into how hearing works, what that means in terms of products and what other opportunities there are for innovation.

 

Speaker:
Guido Knook

11:25 am - 11:35 am

Mobility Transformations Towards A Sustainable City

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Venkat Sumantran
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Sumantran Venkat

11:35 am - 11:45 am

You Say You Want A Revolution – The Future of Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Owen Gaffney
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Owen Gaffney

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

IoT watchdog

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

We believe that today end user is ready to pay extra money for adding IoT features to regular appliances but his scare of possible connectivity and configuration troubles is stronger than his will to buy. Maybe that`s why we don`t see IoT appliances at every household as it was predicted and expected by the market. Any IoT system consist of three main parts: device, smartphone and server. When device is offline, we can`t know its state that breaks the loop for complete debug and further troubleshooting. In our system we use unique technology to get info from offline device that closes the

Speaker:
Priel Michael

11:40 am - 12:00 pm

The Foundation and Future of Blockchain Industry

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Blockchain is the next generation of the most revolutionary industry. After the Internet and AI, it will change the whole financial and human social behavior. The security of private keys is essential under its „decentralized structure“, which has become the foundation of Blockchain industry. According to the Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, all revolutionary innovation industries experience a decade before the industry introduction period. Only crossing the chasm, the industry can enter the growth period and move into a long-term healthy growth path. In the past 10 years, cryptocurrencies and the entire blockchain industry had experienced the decline of high expectations for cryptocurrency/ICO speculation frenzy from 2016 to 2017. During the melting down in 2018, we found not only Blockchain 1.0 applications grew steadily, but also Blockchain 2.0 such as smart contracts/financial applications and Blockchain 3.0 converging with IoT applications had grown significantly.

Speaker:
Peter chen

11:45 am - 11:55 am

The Post-Car Era

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Harald Welzer
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Harald Welzer

11:55 am - 12:05 pm

Cooled Love of Cars - Rethinking Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Weert Canzler
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Weert Canzler

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Datensicherheit im UAV-Bereich – Sichere, verschlüsselte Live-Videoübertragung von Drohnen

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Speaker:
Josef Waclaw

12:00 pm - 12:20 pm

Nature and IoT

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

How IoT is the key of the success of our natural air purifier and our company. Brief introduction of our story, our immediate success, the winning of Bosch startup competition in 2018 and the plans for the future thanks to IoT and also Blockchain. Takeaways: Audience will understand that consumers want more and more IoT devices and that the market is booming. But IoT is also a big challenge both for startups and big brands.

Speaker:
Paolo Ganis

12:05 pm - 12:15 pm

How to Make Maas, Not Mess

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Christof Schminke
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Christof Schimke

12:15 pm - 12:25 pm

Car Subscription and Shared Mobility – How Vive la Car Combines the Best out of Both Worlds

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Florine von Caprivi
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Florine von Caprivi

12:20 pm - 12:40 pm

NFC/QR-based Smart Access Platform for the „ShareEconomy“ area

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

NousLogic All-In-One NFC/QR phone-based Smart Access Platform (Smart Door Lock/Smart Video Doorbell with Facial Recognition/Smart Garage Controller) for keyless entry in the "ShareEconomy" era.

Speaker:
Hoang Nhu

12:25 pm - 01:00 pm

Integration and Cooperation - Can New Mobility Concepts Reconcile Society and Ecology?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panel Discussion and Q&A

12:30 pm - 01:30 pm

Blockchain im industriellen Kontext – Wo stehen wir heute?

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Eine Podiums-Diskussion auf Initiative der Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft: Herausragende Experten aus Wissenschaft, Wirtschaft, Politik und Verbänden vermitteln ihre ganz persönliche Sicht zur Trendthematik Blockchain. Steht Blockchain kurz vor dem Durchbruch? Was sind – auch wirtschaftlich – tragfähige Anwendungsfälle für die Blockchain-Technologie, und wie kann man sie gestalten? Wie lassen sich die Auswirkungen einer Blockchain-Implementierung auf etablierte Geschäftsmodelle prognostizieren? Das Programm der Panel-Diskussion gibt Einblicke in aktuelle und zukünftige Entwicklungen in allen relevanten Bereichen der Industrie.

 Keynote  – Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Prinz
Stellv. Institutsleiter am Fraunhofer-Institut für Angewandte Informationstechnik FIT

 

Speaker:
Wolfgang Prinz

12:40 pm - 01:00 pm

Consumer centricity – Konsumentenorientierung, global denken – lokal handeln

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Robert Bosch sagte einst: „Immer habe ich nach dem Grundsatz gehandelt, lieber Geld verlieren als Vertrauen. Die Unantastbarkeit meiner Versprechungen, der Glaube an den Wert meiner Ware und an mein Wort, standen mir höher als ein vorübergehender Gewinn.“

Er hat es verstanden die Wünsche der Kunden und deren Vertrauen in den Mittelpunkt des Handelns seines Unternehmens zu stellen und damit einen nachhaltigen Grundstein für ein erfolgreiches Unternehmenswachstum gelegt.

In globalisierten Produktions- und Absatzprozessen liegen der Produktionsstandort und der Absatzmarkt mitunter viele tausend Kilometer auseinander. Dabei kann es vorkommen, dass die Produktnutzenerwartungen des Absatzmarktes am Produktionsstandort nicht in Gänze klar sind.

Mit unseren internationalen Teams und entwicklungsbegleitenden Prüfungen unterstützen wir Sie gerne von der Entwicklung bis zur Konformitätsprüfung.

Speaker:
Michael Wenzel
Sales Manager, VDE Prüf- und Zertifizierungsinstitut GmbH

01:00 pm - 01:40 pm

Wohnungswirtschaftliche Kernprozesse in der digitalen Zukunft

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Die Digitalisierung des Wohnens schreitet mit hohem Tempo voran und sorgt dafür, dass die Wohnwünsche immer vielfältiger und anspruchsvoller werden. „Die digitale Revolution ist der Motor für die Zukunft des Wohnens in Deutschland“, erklärte Axel Gedaschko, Präsident des Spitzenverbandes der Wohnungswirtschaft GdW, bei der Vorstellung der neuen Studie “Wohntrends 2035” im November 2018 in Berlin.

  • Begrüßung durch Dr. Lippert (BBU) und Jörg Lorenz (green with IT), Einführung in die rein wohnungswirtschaftlichen Themen der Digitalisierung (B2B-Briefing))
  • Daniel Schulz, Vorstand ABG Paradies: die ersten Umsetzungen SMGW im Quartier am Beispiel des Heizwärme-Datenmanagements
  • Bundesamt für Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik: hoch sichere Prozesse durch die CLS-Schnittstelle des Smart Meter Gateways
  • Im Anschluß werden die im Plenum skizzierten Inhalte live vorgeführt.

Speaker:
Jörg Lorenz

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm

Lunch Break

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

02:00 pm - 02:25 pm

Opening & Make Way for the Wealthy? Autonomous Vehicles, Markets in Mobility, and Social Justice

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Speaker:
Robert Sparrow
Professor at Monash University Melbourne, AUS

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Future Living Berlin - Ein Quartier für das Wohnen von morgen: smart, nachhaltig und für jeden zugänglich

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Das Projekt Future Living Berlin im Stadtteil Adlershof ist eine Modellsiedlung für das künftige Leben in smarten, vernetzten Städten. In diesem Jahr stehen die Bauarbeiten kurz vor der Vollendung – Anlass genug, die Träger und beteiligten Unternehmen erneut auf die Bühne von IFA NEXT zu bitten: Welche spezifischen Beiträge bringen die unterschiedlichen Partner ins Projekt ein? Welche Visionen verfolgen sie? Wie weit sind ihre Arbeiten gediehen? Welche Impulse werden vom Modellprojekt ausgehen?

Mit Birgit Eberhardt, GSW Sigmaringen; Sven Schmittbüttner, Unternehmensgruppe Krebs; Beate Albert, Berlin Partner; Adrian Obrist, DigitalStrom; Benedict Doepfer, Panasonic; Sebastian Lurg, Schindler ; C. Hartmannsgruber, Kimocon

 

 

02:00 pm - 06:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days - Smart Living

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

14:05: Einführung und Überblick über Smart Living Made in Germany

  • Michael Schidlack, Leiter Strategie und Intl. Smart Living

14:30: Selbstbestimmtes Altergerechtes Wohnen mit smarten Technologien

  • Dr. Claus Wedemeier, Die Wohnungswirtschaft

15:00: Pitches

-albicchiere
-Somnox
Agrilution
-Promo Vero
-AsWeShare
-Havr
-Lancey Energy Storage
-Lokly
-Wizzili
-mui Lab., Inc.
-Shiftall Inc.
-Vitesy

16:30: Panel: Smart Living  - Made in Germany. Die Potentiale von Smart Living  für die Umsetzung der Energiewende

 - Dr. Danyal Bayaz, MdB (Die Grünen)

- Dario Cohen, Head of Business Innovation and Partnering, ISTA

- Dr. Benedict Doepfer, Manager New Business Development Consumer Electronics,Panasonic

- Bernd Grohmann, Vorstand, EQ3 AG

- Jürgen Högener, Geschäftsführer Busch-Jäger Elektro GmbH

- Thomas Jäger, Geschäftsführer Jäger Direkt"

17:20: Vorstellung Bundesverband Deutsche Startups

17:35: Ehrung der Tagessieger

 

02:00 pm - 08:00 pm

Shift Automotive - Session 2: Building Smart Environments: Integrating Smart Mobility Solutions

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

02:25 pm - 02:35 pm

Automation and Smart Cities: Opportunity or Threat?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Robbert Lohmann
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Robbert Lohmann

02:35 pm - 02:45 pm

Thrive, Adapt or Die: Shaping the Future of Mobility Today, to Survive Tomorrow

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Tamy Ribeiro
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Tamy Ribeiro

02:45 pm - 02:55 pm

The Future of Mobility is Autonomous. But are we Ready?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Pejvan Beigui
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Pejvan Beigui

02:55 pm - 03:05 pm

On Demand Ridepooling - Creating Smart Public Transport Solutions for Cities and Rural Areas

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Stephan Pfeiffer
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Stephan Pfeiffer

03:05 pm - 03:15 pm

Connected and Autonomous Vehicles - The Future of Mobility and the Impact on a Global Motor Insurance

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

David Williams
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
David Williams

03:15 pm - 03:20 pm

Half Time Recap

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

03:20 pm - 04:00 pm

COFFEE BREAK

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

04:00 pm - 04:15 pm

//avocado.menu.gearbox - The First Addressing System Designed for Voice

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Clare Jones
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Clare Jones

04:15 pm - 04:25 pm

Changing Parameters: The Future of Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Wolfram Putz, Graft Lab
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Wolfram Putz

04:25 pm - 04:35 pm

How Ultrasonic Technology is the Future of In-Car Connectivity

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Rodney Williams
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Rodney Williams

04:35 pm - 04:45 pm

Vehicle Autonomy as Part of a Future Mobility Ecosystem

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Brian Wynne
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Brian Wynne

04:45 pm - 05:20 pm

Smart New World - Will the Smart City Save Us?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panel Discussion and Q&A

05:20 pm - 05:35 pm

The Future is Visible Right Now but there is Still Time to Shape it

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Robin Chase
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Robin Chase

05:40 pm - 08:00 pm

Get Together

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Time
Information
Location

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Registration / Coffee

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

11:00 am - 11:25 am

Opening & Smart City, Mobility, and Energy Transition: Using Data and Technology for the Public Good

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Francesca Bria
Keynote 1

Speaker:
Francesca Bria

11:00 am - 11:40 am

Mobility – Some new stuffs in my car!

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

Hap2U – Snips – Iris Capital, Business France

11:00 am - 12:45 pm

Shift Automotive - Session 3: New Ways to Drive: Future Technologies and Experiences

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

11:00 am - 02:00 pm

COMPUTER BILD

Location: Hall 26 / Red Innovation Engine

Moderation: Chefredakteur Dirk General-Kuchel

Round Table plus anschließende Q & A

11:00: Nachhaltigkeit (u.a Fairphone & Ecosia mit Carsten Waldeck)

12:00: Smartes Zuhause ( in Zusammenarbeit mit Bundesverband Deutsche Startups e.V. und Anja Schimmelpfennig)

13:00: Hardware Trends ( u.a Google Chromebooks mit Rene Burwiek)

Speaker:
Carsten Waldeck
Founder and CEO at SHIFT GmbH Falkenberg, GER
Speaker:
Anja Schimmelpfennig
Speaker:
Rene Burwiek

11:25 am - 11:45 am

Optimising the Journey: How to Make Free-Flow Carsharing Work

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Hugo Lerias / Christof Schleidt

Speaker:
Hugo Lerias
Speaker:
Christof Schleidt

11:45 am - 12:05 pm

Reimagining Urban Transport: Smart Vehicles in a Smart World

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Sarah-Jayne Williams
Impulse Talk

12:00 pm - 03:00 pm

'ECHONET Lite' is a standard interface for the loT Era

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

ECHONET Consortium, Ryo Otsuka, Committeeman

12:00 pm - 03:00 pm

IFA NEXT Startup Days Future Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Blue Innovation Engine

12:05: Science Slam Fußläufige Mobilität älterer Menschen

-Florian Breitinger, TU Bérlin

12:15: Ohne Diversität keine Mobilität

-Katja Diehl, Podcasterin

12:30: Round Table: Ridepooling, Scooter-Sharing & Hyperloops - ist die Ära des eigenen Autos zu Ende?

-Moderatorin: Katja Diehl, #SheDrivesMobility

-Ann-Kathrin Stärkel, beyond1435

-Beres Seelbach, onomotion

-Tinia Muehlfenzel, Tier Mobility

-Felix Kreysig, The Drivery

13:10: Pitches

-SUNNYBAG GmbH.
-Tracks
-Hybrid Lidar Systems AG
-AIPARK
-BrighterAI
-Dynamic Map Platform Co,.Ltd.
-XPAND K.K.

13:55: Jelbl - Bündnis für die Mobilität von morgen

-Friedrich-Wilhelm Menge (BVG)

14:10: Autonomes Fahren - Warum US-Anbieter Europa verloren haben

14:25: Ehrung der Tagessieger

14:35: Round Table - Challenge Smart City - Stadtentwicklung verstehen und mit intelligenten Lösungen begegnen

 - Kathrin Hoffmann ( eMO )

- Moritz Oesterlink (Clevershuttle)

- Teresa Brügmann (Plugsurfing)

- Stefan Heinrich (Beyond 1435)

12:05 pm - 12:25 pm

Transforming Our Cities - Smart Mobility in the Digital Society

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Francesca Bria, Hugo Lerias and Sarah Williams in conversation with Sarah Elsser

Speaker:
Francesca Bria
Speaker:
Hugo Lerias
Speaker:
Sarah-Jayne Williams
Speaker:
Sarah Yvonne Elsser

12:25 pm - 12:35 pm

TBA

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Peter Wouda

Speaker:
Peter Wouda

12:35 pm - 12:45 pm

Living in the Future - Today

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Daniela Snyders
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Daniela Snyders

12:45 pm - 12:55 pm

Let’s Not Forget the Why of Driverless Cars

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Tyron Louw
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Tyron Louw

12:55 pm - 01:05 pm

From Pods to Land Yachts to Roving Commerce: The Radical Side-Effects of Driverless Vehicles

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Melba Kurman
Impulse Talk

01:05 pm - 01:10 pm

Halftime Recap

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

01:10 pm - 01:20 pm

Beyond Mobility

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Deneb Moosmeier
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Deneb Moosmeier

01:20 pm - 01:30 pm

The Car as Living Space - Creating the Future Mobility Experience

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Sebastian Stegmüller
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Sebastian Stegmüller

01:30 pm - 01:40 pm

Bringing Autonomous Mobility to life with VR

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Richard Seale
Impulse Talk

Speaker:
Richard Seale

01:40 pm - 02:10 pm

Coffee Break

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

02:10 pm - 02:25 pm

Entertainment in the Automobile redefined: When Autonomy and Storytelling intersect

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Jay Ward in conversation with Sarah Yvonne Elsser

Speaker:
Sarah Yvonne Elsser
Speaker:
Jay Ward

02:25 pm - 03:00 pm

Say Hello, Wave Goodbye – Do We Have to Say Farewell to the Joy of Driving?

Location: Hall 26 / Grand Theatre

Panel Discussion and Q&A

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