Two Dutch start‐ups and two start‐ups from Baden‐Württemberg engage in a fiery
discussion on Industry 4.0, Smart Industry and intercultural challenges. Is your business
ready for the future?
Allianz Industrie 4.0 Baden‐Württemberg and The Kingdom of the Netherlands invite you
to this event. The Dutch start‐up team consists of JDI and Pulseform. JDI enhances
businesses by automising both business‐ and production processes. Not only this, JDI also
belongs to the top 100 most innovative Dutch businesses. Pulseform makes use of
electromagnetic pulsetechnology to connect, shape and transport. Additionally, Pulseform
is the winner of the Innovaward prize.
The German start‐up team consists of robodev GmbH and scitis.io GmbH. robodev
provides individual automation solutions for cost‐effective production and assembly of
small quantities. In order to pursue this aim, robodev was established as a start‐up in 2016,
emerging from the robotics research at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).
scitis.io is the independent industry‐4.0 platform for industry, plant and machine tool
construction. Extremely scalable, secure and powerful to make your start into digitalization
both quick and efficient.
Industry 4.0 and Smart Industry are evolving trends that will affect the way of doing
business as we know it. It is bending or breaking. Due to globalisation, business does not
stop at the national borders. Knowing the fine cultural differences gives you the edge over
your competitors. Katharina Mattes (Allianz Industrie 4.0 B.W.) and John Blankendaal
(Brainport) will be your moderators.
Afterwards, the discussion will be taken to an informal setting at the Dutch King’s Day
Celebration. The King’s Day Celebration is a networking event that will take place from
17:00 ‐ 19:00.
See you on Thursday 27 April at 15:30 in hall 4, stand D44!