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March 21, 2016 | #techday#cealist 2016: Future of manufacturing attracts 500 attendees

The latest #techday#cealist was held on March 17, 2016 at Nano-INNOV. This annual event, organized by List, a CEA Tech institute, brought in more than 500 attendees this year.

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The future of manufacturing at #techday#cealist 2016

This year’s #techday#cealist focused on the future of manufacturing, addressing issues like how to leverage digital technologies to modernize production equipment and processes and what support companies will need as they navigate this transformation. List, which is involved in more than 500 projects in this field each year, ran a “Techshow” exhibit of the latest technological advances illustrated by 50 state-of-the-art demonstrator systems.

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Philippe Lanternier, Corporate Executive Vice President, Bureau Veritas gave the keynote address on "Digital Transformation and Value Creation". Philippe Watteau, Director of Carnot Institute CEA List then gave a talk on "The Right Innovation for the Right Transformation".
The day continued with two panel talks, one on List’s key technologies for the future of manufacturing, and another on the new Factory Lab, a technology platform set up under the Alliance Industrie du Futur. 

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List techshow: 50 innovative demonstrator systems

The attendees had an opportunity to talk with List researchers manning the techshow exhibit, which ended the day. The techshow floor was organized by topic:

  • « Software and systems engineering »
  • « From data to knowledge »
  • « Cybersecurity »
  • « Control and monitoring »
  • « Technologies for IoT »
  • « Interactive systems »
  • « Virtual reality »
  • « Platforms » (DOSEO and Factory Lab)

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The List Techshow exhibit featured 50 demonstrator systems and was particularly popular with attendees