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Professional Programme at the Fair

Wednesday, 17 October
Thursday, 18 October
Friday, 19 October

 

WEDNESDAY, 17 October

 

Fountain in Exhibition Hall L

10am – 10.45am: OPENING CEREMONY

 

Small Congress Hall

11am – 3.30pm: ARTIFICIAL INTELIGENCE SUPPORTING DECISION-MAKING

11.00am-11.30am – Opening feast

11.30am-12.15am – KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

Artificial Intelligence Supporting Decision-Making,

Mark Torr, CEE IoT & Analytics Director, Microsoft

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Artificial intelligence has been developing in leaps and bounds in recent years, especially with deep learning algorithms, big data, and the great cloud computing capabilities. These technologies can help improve people’s lives in ways that were once unimaginable. So don’t miss this great opportunity to listen to and engage Mark Torr and other experts in artificial intelligence.12.15-12.35 Slovenian Traffic Data Infrastructure and Personal Mobility Patterns, Luka Bradeško, Jožef Stefan Institute

 

12.20am-12.40am – Good practices of using artificial inteligence in gaming,

Andrey Vykhodtsev, Microsoft

12.40am-1.00pm – The use of artificial inteligence

to change the culture and ways of collaboration in the company,

Tjaž Jelovčan, Microsoft

1.00pm-1.15pm – Coffe break

1.15pm-1.35pm – AI: expectations VS reality,

Robert Orehek, Tom PIT

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This year’ s 2nd Fair, Feel The Future, will be enhanced by the expert for strategic and business development, Mr. Robert Orehek, CBDO. An expert who devoted his entire career developing strategies for exponential progress, growth and long-term future of the business of industrial enterprises, in various industries. His beginnings go back to the very origin of the strategic optimization and development of digitalization processes in production. During his 18 years of activity in this field, he has helped more than 50 companies, including Krka, Lek, Droga Kolinska, Žito, Energetika Ljubljana, Ljubljanske mlekarne, LIP Bled, Pliva, Mariborska Livarna and many others, with providing JIT, efficiency, optimization and process digitalization. It will be interesting to hear the vision of the future of IT and Economy from the mouth of an expert in this field.

 

1.35pm-1.55pm – Trust and artificial inteligence,

Matjaž Pušnik, KPMG

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In today’s world of data, machine management is as important as managing people. Machine management and human management, actually must be a part of the management of a modern organization to ensure risk management and to make sure that interaction between man and machine works perfectly.

 

1.55pm-2.15pm – There are no new solutions 

withouth the use of artificial inteligence, 

Primož Kučič, Telekom Slovenije

2.15pm-2.45pm – Europe investment plan #InvestEU:

opportunities and financial encouragements for companies,

Ulla Hudina-Kmetič, European Commission Representation in Slovenia, Saša Podpeskar, SID Bank as Slovenian partner at the European Consulting Center (EIAH), Simona Grobelnik, Slovenian Enterprise Fund

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Lecture about an investment plan for Europe, which aim is fostering new investments in infrastructure across the EU and supporting investment in small and medium-sized enterprises through financial instruments. During the lecture, we will present examples from Slovenia and other European countries and explain in more detail how Slovenian companies can also benefit from two forms of technical assistance: publish their financing needs on the European Investment Opportunities Portal (EIPP) and contact the European Consulting Center (EIAH ). The examples and possibilities for financing will also be explained by representatives from the Slovenian Enterprise Fund and SID Bank, latter as a contact point in Slovenia to the European consulting hub.

 

2.45pm-3.15pm – Artificial inteligence without metna neural nets,

Tomaž Kristan, ALGIT

 

Lecture Room in Hall L

2 pm – 4pm: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION DIGITALIZATION

2 pm–2.30 pm – Website and Mobile App Accessibility,

Jasna Močnik, Ministry of Public Administration, DID

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Presentation of the Act on accessibility of the websites and mobile applications (ZDSMA). The lecture will highlight the contents, purpose, liable persons, accessibility requirements, liable persons’ rights and obligations, what the act means for residents of RS, oversight methods, projected sanctions and key deadlines.

 

2.30 pm–3 pm – Presentation of Online Application and

SI-PASS e-signature and smsPASS Application as the Solution for Mobile Devices, 

Alenka Žužek Nemec, PhD., Ministry of Public Administration, SI-TRUST

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The SI-PASS service is an integral website for utilizing centralized services to guarantee trust, offered by the SI-TRUST Trust Service Authority of Slovenia at the Ministry of Public Administration. Currently, the service offers the authentication building block (SI-CAS) and the server e-signature building block (SI-CeS); this year’s newest feature is the service for user authentication using mobile devices (smsPASS), which can completely replace the use of qualified digital certificates. Learn more at the lecture.

 

3 pm–3.30 pm – Data is Power. Let’s Unleash it Together,

Aleš Veršič, Ministry of Public Administration

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The Ministry of Public Administration will be holding a lecture presenting the OPSI National Open Data Portal Slovenia, a single national website section for publishing open data for the whole public sector. The portal houses over 4,000 different databases, from first-time vehicle registrations, sorted according to month, to government materials, Bank of Slovenia’s exchange rates, and images of the seals of registered suppliers of articles of precious metals in the Republic of Slovenia.

 

3.30 pm–4 pm – eAdministration – Digital Nation,

Tatjana Mizori Zupan, Ministry of Public Administration

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The Ministry of Public Administration will be presenting the eUprava administration portal. The eUprava administration portal is the shortest way for the citizen to execute services with the country. The portal is constantly improving and expanding its functions, partly thanks to user feedback and suggestions. We are adding new services and improving the user experience. The final step in that direction will be to enable portal use on all mobile devices through the smsPASS mobile identification.

 

THURSDAY, 18 October

Lecture Room in Hall L

10 am–12.30 pm: E-EDUCATION AND INNOVATIVE TEACHING

10 am–10.45 am – Cities of the Future: Smart Cities,

Andrej Žižek, DOBA Business School

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Smart cities are birthplaces of innovation and technological solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow. They are an active stakeholder of technological development, consisting of autonomous mobility, IoT technology, artificial intelligence, new energy solutions, as well as social innovation and developing smart communities.
DOBA Business School has been developing and running its Management of Smart Cities program since 2016, whose contents make it at the cutting edge of advanced solutions of the challenges of urban areas. DOBA Business School is partnering with European universities to work on the TellMe research project, which studies and develops global metropolises.
The short lecture will present advanced solutions in designing and managing smart cities, which can also help position Slovenian cities in the peak of success in terms of economic development and quality of life.

 

11 am–11.45 am – National Education Institute Projects Help Reduce the Digital Divide,

Nives Kreuh, Anita Poberžnik, Mojca Dolinar, Goran Bezjak and Amela Sambolić Beganović, National Education Institute

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The National Education Institute will be presenting selected contents and activities from projects that support the development of digital literacy, acquiring digital competencies, digital reading training, using the potential of gamification for learning, etc.
12 pm–12.30 pm: THE FUTURE IS DIFFERENTIATIOON

Innovative Features of the Turnkey Classroom,

Aleš Celcar, Inovatio d.o.o.

 

1 pm–1.30 pm: EU RESEARCH PROGRAM »OBZORJE 2020«

Posibilities or small and midle companies: Ulla Hudina-Kmetič, European Commission Representation in Slovenia, Igor Milek, SPIRIT and national contact fort the program Obzorje 2020 – MSPji

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The National Education Institute will be presenting selected contents and activities from projects that support the development of digital literacy, acquiring digital competencies, digital reading training, using the potential of gamification for learning, etc.

 

2pm–4pm: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN THE SERVICE OF PEOPLE
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The purpose of this part is to draw attention to the significance of social aspects of digitization, which puts upfront human or user. The goal of civil society is not necessarily to create a direct economic benefit, but above all, to improve the quality of life in a digital society, with an emphasis on social inclusion, active citizenship and confidence building in digital technologies. The theme of the lectures is therefore to present digitization outside the dominant paradigm of the digital market. In the process, innovative approaches will be exposed, including the inclusive role and educational value of non-governmental organizations, which we seek for an accessible and open digital society.

2pm–2.30 pm – The Digital Transformation of Public Administration,

Jure Trbič, Boštjan Tavčar, Zavod UP – Institute for Administration Operation

2.30 pm–3pm – Smart voice of the NGO: e-participation of Citizens at the Local Level,

Tjaša Bajc, NGO hub for central Slovenia, Simon Delakorda, Institute for Electronic Participation

3pm–3.30 pm – Web Accessibility: from Legal Requirement to Certificate,

Maša Malovrh, Beletrina Academic Press

3.30 pm–4pm – Digital Technologies and Education,

Stanko Blatnik, PhD. IPAK Institute for Symbolic Data Analysis and Information Technology Development

 

4pm–4.30 pm: DISCOVER JIT IT

Robert Orehek, Tom PIT

 

 

Small Congress Hall

9 am–2 pm5TH CONFERENCE ON IT IN LOGISTICS & PRODUCTION

KEEP IT SIMPLE ’18 Middleware and decision support systems,

Slovenian Logistic Association, Celjski sejem d.d.

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The participating companies will present so-called middleware and decision support systems at the conference. Electronic data exchange between business partners has become a commonplace practice. Information systems or middleware ensure the effective exchange of data on orders, shipments, deliveries, invoices and returns. Data exchange is somewhat standardized in Slovenia, which eases business operations. However, companies exchanging data with foreign partners are facing challenges, because foreign companies use different standards and solutions. In addition to specialized tools for individual operation processes, companies use various specialized decision support systems, which require the coordination of different resources and taking into account the limitations of each company. How to solve these challenges in practices? Which solutions are already available and what are their advantages: find the answers to these questions and more information at this year’s conference.

 

9 am–9.30 am – Reception of participants and registration

9.30 am–10 am – Conference start and opening remarks

10 am–10.30 am – Does Your Production Meet the Consumer’s Expectations?,

Tibor Zavrl and Tomaž Dular, MIT informatika d.o.o.

10.30 am–11 am – Online Services: Present and Future of the Business World,

Matic Smolkovič, Neolab d.o.o.

11 am- 11.30 am – Coffee break

11.30 am–12 pm – GTN Platform: Great Opportunity for Effective Collaboration,

Rudi Hržič, EVERTEC Technology d.o.o.

12 pm–12.30 pm – Example of an Open Digital Logistics Platform: How to Connect the Partners in the Supply Chain – LogChain,

Igor Hočevar, ZZI d.o.o. and Aleš Habič, Špica d.o.o.

12.30 pm–1 pm – Coffee break

1 pm–1.30 pm – SPECIAL SOLUTIONS FOR LOGISTCS (with concrete cases),

Jakob Korenč, Telekom Slovenije; Darko Judež, Judež; Peter Vipavc, Carglass

1.30–2 pm – CONTROL TOWER OF PROCCESSES IN THE SUPPLY CHAIN OF A PRODUCTION OR DISTRIBUTION COMPANY CLICKTRANS-SCM,

Igor Potočnik, Infotrans

 

 

Celjanka Hall

11 am–1.30 pm: SAFETY IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

11am-11.30am – Mojca Prelesnik,

Information Commissioner (personal data protection)

11.30am-12am – ONLINE ABUSE OF SMALL COMPANIES

Gorazd Božič, SI_CERT, Arnes, small enterprise protection

12am-12.30am – BC VAULT- Slovenian Solution for Safe Cryptocurrency Trading,

Rok Jeler, Real Security

12.30am-1pm- OPERATIVE CENTER OF CIBER SECURITY, WHY AND HOW,

Metod Platiše, Telekom Slovenije

FRIDAY, 19 October

Lecture Room in Hall L

10 am–10.55 am: TAKING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES INTO SPACE:

10 am–10.15 am – Noordung Center and Space Technology in Everyday Life,

Dominik Kobold, PhD., Noordung Center

10.15 am–10.55 am – NEMO HD and TRISAT – the first Slovenian satellites,

Iztok Kramberger, PhD., SkyLabs d.o.o. and Tomaž Rodič, PhD., CO Vesolje-SI

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Digital technologies are crucial to man’s activities in space. This is especially true of observation satellites and data that will be generated and sent back to Earth by the first Slovenian satellites NEMO HD in TRISAT after they have reached their positions in space. The speakers will be presenting both satellites, the implemented digital technologies, sensors and the data they will be generating. Slovenia’s R&D opportunities stemming from this will also be presented.

 

11 am–12.30 pm: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF COMPANIES

11 am–11.30 am – Industry 4.0,

Automated Decision-Making with Actionable Analytics ASK.BI,

Tomaž Bergant, ResEvo d.o.o.

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We are all trying out the opportunities and traps of the latest industrial revolution through our mobile devices, television, web and driving with a car enriched with all new safety accessories. What about in companies? How can technology help us here? How is data changing our processes and what processes can we automatize and how? In order to make the manufacturing industry 4.0 highly efficient and error free, companies need reliable and fast execution of orders. To reach this, they need to ensure safety and quality, and the necessary commitment of employees. They need to functionally improve critical processes and visualize (control) virtual models and processes, so that there can be zero deviation (or as little as possible) and if it happens, it can be eliminated as soon as possible. In the presentation we will present new approaches, new solutions and new ways of setting up new generation of analytical solutions. We will explain how you can automatize certain decisions and activities in your processes, especially in your office, bureaucracy, in your projects or production – How to do this flexibly, easily and transparently in accordance with the set standards (ISO, etc.) of your company.

 

11.45am-12.15am – Construction avtomatization,

Danijel Rebolj, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture

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In this paper we will present the trends in the field of automation of construction from prefabrication to fully automated building systems on the construction site. We will especially devote ourselves to add-on technologies, better known as 3D printing, examining working systems, prototypes and futuristic concepts that await the development of the necessary support technologies.

 

12.15am-12.45am – BLOCKCHAIN INTO THE COMPANIES:

FROM AN IDEA TO THE PILOT,

Tomaž Furlan, Netis

12.45am-1.15am – SAP ERP FOR MIDDLE AND SMALL COMPANIES WITH FIXED MONTHLY AMOUNT,

Igor kavčič, Avtenta

 

Blue Hall

10 am–3 pm: EUROPEAN BLOCKCHAIN MEETUP:

European blockchain HUB, Government of the Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Economic Development and Technology RS, Celjski sejem d.d., in collaboration with: Europian commission, UNECE, Bussiness club of Dravinja and partner organizations.

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Industry 4.0 is happening now. Breakthrough business models are spreading and are always one step ahead of what is considered breakthrough. Blockchain technology is one of the most important forces in the digital transformation of the private and public sectors and in the economy in general. The European Union has recognized the immense potential of blockchain technology as the kind of technology that can help solve complex social and economic issues. The Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, passed by the United Nations, emphasizes the role innovation has in supporting sustainable development.
Blockchain can serve as a good lever to bring together all the stakeholders who are involved in the value chains and those who regulate them: manufacturers, intermediaries, the final customers, as well as governments. In order to encourage dialogue and collaboration in creating a legislative and commercial framework, we invite you to join us at the European Blockchain Meetup, where you will meet with representatives of the ecosystem of the business sectors of all EU member states, companies, the supporting environment and governments that are prepared to change their mindset, their approaches and finally, the legislation, to become friendlier to companies developing products based on blockchain technology.

Blockchain can serve as a good lever to bring together all the stakeholders who are involved in the value chains and those who regulate them: manufacturers, intermediaries, the final customers, as well as governments. In order to encourage dialogue and collaboration in creating a legislative and commercial framework, we invite you to join us at the European Blockchain Meetup, where you will meet with representatives of the ecosystem of the business sectors of all EU member states, companies, the supporting environment and governments that are prepared to change their mindset, their approaches and finally, the legislation, to become friendlier to companies developing products based on blockchain technology.

 

10 am–11 am – Registration

11 am–11.30 am – Opening Remarks

Blaž Golob, European Blockchain Hub

Stanko Kolar, Bussiness club of Dravinja

Pēteris Zilgalvis, DG Connect, European commission

Zdravo Počivalšek, Ministry of Economic development and Technology RS

11.15am-11.45am – Blockchain for longlasting development Goals

Tadej Slapnik, European Blockchain Hub

Dr. Inon Schenker, UNECE

Rex Yeap, Evro-Azian Blockchain tour for Goals of

Mark Kalin, European Blockchain tour for longlasting developmenr goals

11.45am-1pm – »Rock stars« of blockchain companies for longlasting development goals

Gregor Novak, Suncontract

Josip Maričevič, Tolar Hashnet

Gregor Žavcar, DataFund

Scot Philipsen Gass, Eunex

Representator of Eligma

Representator of Infinitcodex

Representator of Nxxtech

13.00-14.00 – »Emerging stars« of blockchain companies for longlasting development goals

Projects will be selected on a global  bodo izbrani na globalnem competition.

2pm-3pm – Networking

 

 

Last updates: 12th October 2018. The programme is being updated.
The organiser reserves the right to change the programme.

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