Day 1 - 6 July 2020 (Monday)
Plenary 1: Industry 4.0 and Future Technologies
Chair: EA, Austrade, and Swinburne Melbourne?
In this plenary, the current state of Industry 4.0 (IR4) implementation and its associated benefits and advantages in various industry sectors will be the main discussion. Stories of successful implementations of IR4 and how they have shaped the world in terms of creating smart future will be shared by the invited plenary speakers. In addition, the future of IR4 and how it is affecting the world in leading to future cut-edge technologies will also be in the discussions.
|9:00am||Speaker #1 (20 mins)|
|9:20am||Speaker #2 (20 mins)|
|9.40am||Speaker #3 (20 mins)|
|10.00am||Discussion (20 mins)|
|10:30am||Arrival of Guests/Media|
|10:40am||Arrival of The Chief Minister of Sarawak & Patron of AAEC 2020|
|10:50am||Welcome Speech by Ir. Dennis Ong, Organising Chairman AAEC 2020|
|11:10am||Welcome Speech by Prof. John Wilson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus|
|11:30am||Opening Remarks by The Chief Minister of Sarawak|
|12.00pm||Keynote Presentation Australia High Commissioner to Malaysia|
|12:20pm||Keynote Presentation by Prof. Jugdutt Singh, Chief Scientist & Advisor to Sarawak (TBC)|
|12.40pm||Visit to Exhibition Booths|
|2.00pm||Technical Sessions A|
Technical Session A1: Engineering Computing
Technical Session A2: Network, Communication & Cybersecurity
Technical Session A3: Simulation & Optimization 1
|4.00pm||Plenary 2: The Internet of Things and Cybersecurity
The internet of things (IoT) has been around for decades. What is the critical role that is played by the IoT in the IR4? How can it further enhance IR4? One of the major concerns with the IoT is cybersecurity. In general, industries are concerned with how these data are being stored securely and handled over the computing clouds. These questions will be the main focus in this plenary session.
|4.00pm||Speaker #4 (20 mins)|
|4.20pm||Speaker #5 (20 mins)|
|4.40pm||Discussion (20 mins)|
Day 2 - 7 July 2020 (Tuesday)
|9.00am||Plenary 3: Smart Energy, Cities, and Factories
Chair: SEB & RECODA?
Through the IR4 adoption, smart energy consumption can be implemented in various industry devices and systems. The couplings between cyber-physical systems, automation, and IoT can lead to the birth of smart cities and factories. In this plenary session, strategic moves implemented by local governments in building smart energy usage, cities, and factories in Sarawak or Malaysia will be shared by the invited speakers. Discussions on the current preparation towards the adoption of IR4 locally as well as on how the IR4 can benefit both local industries and international partners will be the main focus in the session.
|9:00am||Speaker #6 (20 mins)|
|9:20am||Speaker #7 (20 mins)|
|9.40am||Speaker #8 (20 mins)|
|10.00am||Discussion (30 mins)|
|11:00am||Technical Sessions B|
Technical Session B1: Smart Energy & Cities 1
Technical Session B2: Materials Science & Manufacturing 1
Technical Session B3: Simulation & Optimization 2
|2.00pm||Technical Sessions C|
Technical Session C1: Smart Energy & Cities 2
Technical Session C2: Materials Science & Manufacturing 2
Technical Session C3: Other Industry 4.0 Related Technologies 1
|4.00pm||Plenary 4: BIM and Construction for IR4.0
In this plenary session, the role of the Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Industry 4.0 in shaping the future of the construction environment will be the main focus. How can the BIM further enhance construction locally and/or internationally? What does it take to encourage local/international industry collaborators to adopt the BIM and IR4? These questions will be among the main discussions in this plenary session.
|4.00pm||Speaker #9 (20 mins)|
|4.20pm||Speaker #10 (20 mins)|
|4.40pm||Discussion (30 mins)|