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09.-11.04.2018 in Washington, D.C.

U.S.-German Standards Panel 2018
U.S.-German Standards Panel 2018
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Die digitale Transformation der Industrie eröffnet auf beiden Seiten des Atlantiks stetig neue Möglichkeiten für den internationalen Handel. Gleichzeitig steigen mit der zunehmenden Digitalisierung aber auch die Sicherheitsrisiken: IT-Sicherheit wird zum entscheidenden Faktor für den Erfolg in der Digitalwirtschaft. Normen, Standards und Normenkonformität können in diesem Umfeld ein höchstmögliches Maß an Transparenz, Information und Kohärenz für Wirtschaftspartner und Kunden sicherstellen.

Das American National Standards Institute (ANSI), DIN und DKE setzen vor diesem Hintergrund ihre langjährige Kooperation fort und richten mit dem U.S.-German Standards Panel erneut eine gemeinsame Konferenz zu Normung und Standardisierung in innovativen Wirtschaftsfeldern aus. Im Mittelpunkt der diesjährigen Veranstaltung unter dem Titel “Securing Future Technologies Cybersecurity and other Challenges and Solutions for Smart Manufacturing, Mobility, and Agriculture” steht der transatlantische Austausch zur IT-Sicherheit in den Sektoren Smart Manufacturing, Smart Mobility und Smart Agriculture.  

Ziel ist es, mit Wirtschafts- und Regierungsvertretern beider Länder über den Bedarf an Normen und Standards in diesen Bereichen zu diskutieren und gemeinsame Projekte, möglichst auf internationaler Ebene, anzustoßen. Die frühzeitige Verständigung auf gemeinsame Standards in innovativen Gebieten trägt dazu bei, die Märkte zusammenzuführen und nachteilige Effekte, die durch unterschiedliche Rahmenbedingungen entstehen würden, zu vermeiden.

Hier können Sie sich für das U.S.-German Standards Panel anmelden.

Programm

09.04.2018

18:30 Uhr: Welcome Dinner

Darlington House, 1610 20th St NW, Washington DC 20009

Address: Dr. Thomas Zielke, Head of Division responsible for Technology Transfer via standardization and patents, General issues of standardization and patent policy, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi)


10.04.2018

FHI 360 Conference Center, Academy Hall, 1825 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D. C.

08:15Registration and Breakfast
09:00

Welcome Address

Joe Bhatia, President and CEO, ANSI

Welcome Address

Christoph Winterhalter, Chairman of the Executive Board, DIN

Welcome Address

Thomas Sentko, Standards Manager International, DKE

09:15

Keynote Speech: Deloitte Technology Trend Study

Scott Buchholz, Chief Technology Officer for the Deloitte Federal Division of Deloitte Consulting, LLP


09:45

Short Presentations and Q&A: Approaches to Cybersecurity

Moderator: Sibylle Gabler, Head of Government Relations, DIN

The NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Adam Sedgewik, Senior IT Policy Advisor, Information Technology Laboratory, NIST

European Regulation on Cybersecurity and Data Protection

Peter Fatelnig, Minister-Counsellor for Digital Economy Policy, Trade & Agriculture Section, Delegation of the European Union to the United States of America

International Legal Regulation of Cybersecurity

Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker, Scientific Managing Director, University of Bremen

 

11:15

Coffee Break

11:45

Breakout Sessions on Smart Mobility, Smart Manufacturing and Smart Agriculture

Breakout Session Smart Manufacturing

Moderator: Alec McMillan, IEC SEG 7 on Smart Manufacturing Co-Convenor

The role of Smart Contracts in smart production-blockchains for mass Transaction: Standardization of Interfaces for Blockchain-like sensor Networks within (I)IoT systems

Prof. Dr. Volker Skwarek, Professor for technical Computer science at the Hamburg University of Applied Science (HAW)

The Reference Architectural Model RAMI 4.0 and the  Standardization Council as an element of success for Industry 4.0

Dr. Jens Gayko, Head of the Standardization Council Industrie 4.0, VDE

Cybersecurity in Smart Manufacturing

Keith A. Stouffer, Cybersecurity for Smart Manufacturing Systems, Project Leader, NIST

Smart Manufacturing & Cyber Security: Foundational Standards Evolving with Learning Machines

Dr. Bradley D. Taylor, D.Sc., Visiting Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, School of Engineering, The Catholic University of America


Breakout Session Smart Mobility

Moderator: Steven Still, Intelligenz Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture and Standards Program Manager, ITS Joint Program Office (JPO), U.S. Department of Transportation

Interoperable Integration of ADS and Smart Mobility into the Transportation System

Steven Still, Intelligenz Transportation Systems (ITS) Architecture and Standards Program Manager, ITS Joint Program Office (JPO), U.S. Department of Transportation

Cybersecurity from the Emobility-System in World Wide Standardization

Stephan Voit, Senior Manager eMobility, innogy SE

IT security aspects of E-mobility

Sven Müller, IT Project Manager, DKE

The U.S. Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)

Tom Lusco, Senior  Systems Engineer at Iteris, Inc.

Privacy in connected vehicle environments

Ellen Nadeau, Privacy Risk Strategist, NIST

Blockchain in Smart Mobility

Matthias Kuom, Programm Manager at the German Aerospace Center (DLR)

Commercial Vehicles, Telemation & Additionale Mobile Machinery - Security Threats

Holger Zeltwanger, Technical Manager at CAN in Automotion (CiA)

Charging Network Cybersecurity: status quo and future challenges

Craig Rodine, Director of Standards, ChargePoint, Inc.


Breakout Session Smart Agriculture

Moderator:  Dorothee Töreki, Digitization Advisor, IBM Cognitive Collaboration and Talent Solutions

Smart Agriculture - A view in the future

Dorothee Töreki, Digitization Advisor, IBM Cognitive Collaboration and Talent Solutions

Standardization in Smart Agriculture - the process already started

Rüdiger Marquardt, Member of the Executive Board, DIN

Cybersecurity in Smart Agriculture

Britt Kritzler, Digital Transformation & Open Innovation Consultant, Kritzler Consulting Ltd.

Connected Farm = Smart Farm

Nick Tindall, Senior Director of Government and Industry Affairs for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

Farming 4.0 delivers basic data for the future transport food chain - 365FarmNet concept an European example

Klaus-Herbert Rolf, Governmental Affairs Manager, 365FarmNet Group

13:00Lunch
14:00Continued Breakout Sessions
16:30Close of Breakout Sessions
19:30

Reception and Dinner

Teddy & The Bully Bar 1200 19th Street NW, Washington, DC 

Address: Otto Graf, Counselor for Development, World Bank, IDB, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

11.04.2018

08:30Cybersecurity in Smart Manufacturing, Smart Mobility and Smart Agriculture - Reports from the Breakout Sessions
09:30

Open Discussion: Next steps and transatlantic cooperation in the standardization of Smart Manufacturing, Smart Mobility and Smart Agriculture

Moderator: Josef Tretler, Vice President for International Policy, ANSI

10:00Coffee Break
10:30

Presentation and Panel Discussion: Standard Development Organizations and Conformity Assessment in Cybersecurity

Moderator: Gordon Gillerman, Director Standards Coordination Office, NIST

You like potato and I like potahto

Miguel Bañón, Managing Director at Epoche & Espri - a DEKRA Company, DEKRA e.V.

Security is the New Safety

Ingo M. Rübenach, Vice President, Central, East & South Europe, Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and Sonya Bird, International Standards Manager, Underwriters Laboratories (UL)


Panelist: Christoph Winterhalter, Chairman of the Executive Board, DIN

Panelist: Dr. Jens Gayko, Head of the Standardization Council Industrie 4.0, VDE

11:45

Closing Remarks

Joe Bhatia, President and CEO, ANSI

Christoph Winterhalter, Chairman of the Executive Board, DIN

Thomas Sentko, Standardsmanager International, DKE

12:00Close of the U.S.-German Standards Panel

 

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