Henning Kagermann

 

 


 

Henning Kagermann holds a post-doctoral thesis in physics. The former CEO of SAP AG has been President of acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering since 2009. The acatech Academy, which receives funding from central and regional government, provides independent, science-based advice in the public interest to policymakers and civil society. It advocates sustainable growth through innovation.

Mr Kagermann was appointed Chairman of the German National Platform for Electric Mobility (NPE) when it was established in 2010. Since then, he has chaired the Platform’s Steering Committee together with the respective State Secretaries of the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology and the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development.

As spokesperson of the Communication Promoters Group of the Industry-Science Research Alliance and chair of the Steering Committee of the Innovation Dialogue between the German government and the scientific and business communities, Henning Kagermann plays a key role in the promotion of strategic initiatives such as Industry 4.0 and web-based service innovations.




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Apr 25th 2016

Das Internet der Dinge zieht in die Fabrik. Wir befinden uns am Beginn der vierten industriellen Revolution – Industrie 4.0. Sie wandelt nicht nur die Produktionslogik, sondern fordert auch die Geschäftsmodelle vieler deutscher Unternehmen heraus. Aus Wertschöpfungsketten werden Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke, intelligente Produkte werden zu Plattformen für innovative Dienstleistungen, Produktionsprozesse und Logistik können in Echtzeit optimiert werden. Die digital vernetzte Produktion soll Ressourcen schonen und Flexibilität zugunsten der Arbeitnehmer ermöglichen.
Doch wie können Unternehmen diesen Wandel mitgestalten? Wie können sie Ihr Know-how auch in der Cloud schützen, ihre Mitarbeiter mitnehmen und wie kann die schrittweise Einführung von Industrie 4.0-Technologien im Unternehmen gelingen?

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The Internet of Things will forever change our personal and professional lives. By 2020, there will be 50 billion connected devices communicating through the Internet. Devices can range from connected coffee makers, cars, or sensors on cattle to connected machines in a production plant. These devices provide data that offers new insights, and as they talk to each other, they develop their own intelligence and can advise customers about optimal ways to put them to use. This will revolutionize consumer habits and the way we do business.

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