Jacques Thébault, Director of IPC Clermont (Composite Plastics Innovation)
At a time when consumers are increasingly looking at the environment, where the regulations define requirements in this area, plastics industry companies must meet the challenge of the circular economy taking into account many parameters as from the technological point of view that economic, without forgetting the safety of the final consumer. The conference will present the various issues and discuss the risks and opportunities that flow from them.
Jean-Philippe Falavel, Digital Transition Manager, Moulin Digital
Twitter is now 12 million French, Linkedin has 16 million. Behind the impressive nature of these figures, the real challenge for companies lies in the proper use of these digital services: to be known, to be recognized, and to attract new talent.
As part of an interactive conference, Jean-Philippe Falavel, Moulin Digital (support for SMEs in their digital transition) will focus on presenting some elements to optimize its actions in this area.
90% of occupational diseases and 50% of work-related accidents are related to manual handling. Companies rely on the acquisition of exoskeletons, but how to make a good choice? The Carsat Rhône-Alpes and its partners propose to register the acquisition of equipment in a global approach of prevention, a company testifies. The conference will be followed by a demonstration of 15H30 to 16H00 exoskeleton assisting operators for load handling, work arm high and postures arduous and repetitive, with Benoît Sagot-Duvauroux, Activity Manager.
Christian Duriez, Director of Research at INRIA (National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation)
Flexible robotics provides a disruptive approach by proposing to use the deformations of materials as a principle of movement and compliance to ensure safety. In the area of grip and manipulation, some "soft robot" technologies are already on the market and others are gradually reaching maturity... while on the other hand, some problems more fundamental still are not really resolved.
This intervention will make a state of the art of the field, highlighting in particular the interest of digital simulation tools in this field.
Guillaume Le Vezouët, co-fondateur de CYM IoT (Connect Your Machine) et François Jantet, Directeur de Projet (ENGIE)
Following the implementation of predictive algorithms on its critical production systems, Engie improves its maintenance performance. These simple and efficient Artificial Intelligence bricks allow to detect early and targeted anomalies and to intervene before a breakdown. Sharing experience of CYM and the Engie group.
Round table moderated by Emilie PARNIERE (Afnor Group) with testimonials from Jean-Luc Allègre from Décomatic, Guillaume Marvie from ROVIP
Impacts of environmental issues on business models and purchasing behavior, difficulties in attracting new employees, circular economy law, debate on the raison d'être of companies ... 70% of companies are aware of the need to to be part of a social responsibility approach, but only 30% of them have implemented real actions. (Source: Deloitte, 2018 HR Trends)
The AFNOR Group offers you a method and tools to launch a CSR approach and have your actions recognized.
Christophe Debard, Commercial Director CETIAT / Executive Chairman of ALLICE
If the steps taken over the past 15 years have significantly improved the energy performance of factories, they will no longer be sufficient to address the challenges of maintaining industrial activities in the territories and reducing their environmental impact.
To achieve this, the new ALLICE Alliance, a federation and animation structure for energy efficiency stakeholders, aims to develop an approach and outline solutions based on four areas:
Pierre Bérat, Director of Studies and Economic Information at the CCIR Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
In November, the conditions for implementing Brexit should be known or begin to be clarified. According to these conditions, the conference will aim to analyze the stakes, for the French industrial companies, of the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union. The analysis will focus on short-term issues, in the case of new border rules, and medium and long-term issues, depending on the nature of the new economic relationship between the European Union and the United Kingdom. United.
Bruno Westeel, Head of Marketing & Communication - Technology Transfer Acceleration Company Ouest Valorisation
Data / Data associated with physical flows in warehouses have become strategic for control and traceability. But about security, integrity, predictability... Where are you on the BigData, the AI and Cybersecurity associated? Come and take stock of the work in the public research laboratories and exchange with the experts.
Philippe Lavoué, Manager Miebach Consulting France
The world is smart with digitalization and consumer-king commerce that drives new business models. China is no longer or will not want to be the subcontractor of the world and will need its factories for its own brands.
We will consider these trends and their impacts on logistics in Europe. Then we will develop the new technologies of automation or robotization in this new environment, their field of application as well as their modes of implementation in the warehouses.
For the first time, a document proposes a grid of common understanding, stating the terms, principles and practices that the actors agree to affiliate about: the voluntary standard XP X30-901, published on October 15 in the AFNOR collection. The AFNOR Group and its partners will present the method and benefits of implementing this new standard to credibly deploy your circular economy projects.
Annabelle Dietrich, Coach in Neuroscience - Coach'motive
Neuroscience enables managers to better understand their behavior, to analyze their resistance to change in order to stimulate motivation and foster collaborative behavior. Neuroscience helps to take a fresh look at your professional environment and to bring new and effective solutions to old problems.
Cécile Pierre, General Delegate Enterprise and Discovery
France is the leading country for industrial tourism: 2,000 companies welcome 15 million visitors every year in France. The stakes are high: direct communication between the company and the consumer, direct sales, management and recruitment. Entreprise et Découverte, the association of the company visit, develops the sector of industrial tourism and accompanies companies in the process of opening to the public.