At the NIT you will learn in numerous workshops and lectures about the latest technologies. Together with our renowned trainers and teachers you will check the uses to which they might be put at your company. You will gain an in-depth insight into the world of technology and learn about trend-setting keywords such as blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Actual findings in science and practice enable you to understand modern production processes and try them out in experiments. You will learn what production opportunities 3D printing opens up and, above all, how you can integrate all these changes to some purpose in your business processes.
Prof. Tugrul Daim
Portland State University
Dates: June 15-16, 2018, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the NIT, Hamburg
"Technology roadmapping is a comprehensive approach for strategy planning to integrate science/technological considerations into product and business aspects as well as to provide a way to identify new opportunities in achieving a desired objective from the development of new technologies."
The course will provide participants with an introduction to both the concept and application of roadmapping, including a combination of presentations, group activities and discussion. The activities provide an opportunity to put the concepts into practice.
The course will provide application examples from different industries.
What are the benefits:
Course Fee: € 695 (€ 195 for NIT-Alumni)
Please register before May 30, 2018.
To get your conference off to a special start we can provide you with outstanding speakers who are experts on future trends and new technologies. We are also happy to make a customized offer on other topics. Feel free to contact us!
Dr. Johannes Hinckeldeyn
Technische Universität Hamburg, Institut für Technische Logistik
The cryptocurrency Bitcoin launched the meteoric rise of blockchain technology. With this currency beyond the reach of central control anonymous transactions can be made without a bank account at very little expense. Money can be sent all over the world as easily as sending an e-mail.
Using cryptography and encryption, manipulation is impossible and the user’s identity is protected. But the uses to which blockchain technology can be put go way beyond cryptocurrencies. So-called smart contracts can be used to handle contracts and commercial agreements automatically via the blockchain. The technology can also be used to create transparency in the food supply chain or to reduce the cost of red tape in customs processing. Its potential uses are many and varied.
The lecture gives an insight into the basics and uses of blockchain technology. The examples presented are not just Bitcoin but also smart contracts, decentralized apps, and the blockchain networks Ethereum and Hyperledger. Successful examples and concepts are explained. So are failures and blockchain weaknesses. The lecture ends with a look at future developments and the challenges that lie ahead for the blockchain.
On request, we would be pleased to put together an individual offer of workshops or keynotes for you. Feel free to contact us!
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