Agenda

The conference program is still in progress.

For more information, you can download the proposal for a detailed program, where you can find the main topics of streams.

08:30

Registration & Coffee

09:30

Welcome & Opening remarks

Dušan Matulay (SK)

Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic

Andrej Aleksiev (SK)

Check Point Software Technologies

09:45

Key note speech

Rasa Ostrauskaite (AT)

Activities to Address Transnational Threats at the OSCE

10:00
HIGH-LEVEL DEBATE

Digital Societies: Cybersecurity, business and cooperation

The EU is pushing ahead Digital Transformation trying to catch up with big players such as the US and China. Challenges ahead include completion of the EU digital single market, the role of cyber-security in geo-politics and the importance of investments and new partnerships in current volatile global dynamics. Is the EU going in the right direction? Is cybersecurity helping or limiting business & cooperation beyond Europe? Are smart cities fostering new battlefields or places for testing new solutions.

Refaat Chaabouni (TN)

Higher Education and Scientific Research

Rasa Ostrauskaite (AT)

Activities to Address Transnational Threats at the OSCE

Massimiliano Aschi (IT)

Poste Italiane

11:00

Case study

TBC

Andrej Aleksiev (SK)

Check Point Software Technologies

11:15
ROUND TABLE

Smart-cities under attack? Which way for cybersecurity in digital societies?

Is the digital transition beyond smart-cities opening the gate to a new level of cyber-attacks? Safety, security and privacy represent some of key challenges and vulnerabilities for cybersecurity. This is especially relevant when smart-cities deal with big data, 5G and IoT. Are logistics, public transport, energy and water supplies and health-related services at risk? Which solutions and knowledge are required by administrators, businesses and communities? Can Smart-cities prevent cyber-attacks, while protecting and respecting citizens rights? Which partnerships and cooperation models are needed?

Andrej Aleksiev (SK)

Check Point Software Technologies

Frans-Anton Vermast (NL)

Amsterdam Smart City

Alejandro Rivera-Rojas (ES)

United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

12:15

Lunch

13:15
ROUND TABLE

Industry 4.0.: Managing the risks, leading the transition

Industries are at the forefront of digital transformation with huge capital and technological investments. However, relying more and more on digital processes and automation makes industries vulnerable to cyber attacks on a scale unseen before. Industry 4.0. will also change the cybersecurity landscapes, but how? What are the main risks industries face today and how do they address future threats in terms of products, processes and people?

Christian Von Tluck (DE)

Volkswagen Slovakia

Ľuboš Grék (SK)

FIGURAMA - Kurzor

14:15
CASE STUDY

IBM QRadar, Guardium and Identity Governance in Czech Social Security Administration

Supporting requirements of cyber security law.

14:30
ROUND TABLE

AI reshaping our societies: Are new professions needed for cybersecurity?

New services and digital solutions promise to help societies to boost their economy, make life easier and safer to citizens and offer a more effective and responding public administration. AI is a primary force in these processes, cybersecurity too but they both carry also higher complexities including the need for new knowledge and skilled professional. What are the new professions on the horizon? Will we need them to manage business, education, health, justice and participativeprocesses?

Radoslav Danilák (SK)

VIDEO CALL Founder & CEO, Tachyum

Marián Klačo (SK)

Volkswagen Slovakia

Vojtěch Chloupek (CZ)

Partner, Bird & Bird | Leader of Tech & Comms Group for CZ and SK

15:30

Case study

TBC

15:45

Coffee break

16:05
CASE STUDY

Protection of valuable infrastructural data and patient records – the need for robust digital safeguarding in a digital world

As the world are shifting to becoming completely digital in many industries, and the amount of data created in the world in the last two years, surpasses the total amount created of data in history, the questions around how do protect these data not only for tomorrow but also for the future becomes prominent. This case study presentation will look closer at the challenges of keeping digital information completely secure, authentic and not in the risk of being tampered or lost using examples from digital archiving to protect and safeguard patient journals in Norway as well as critical infrastructure information in Slovakia.

16:20
ROUND TABLE & CASE STUDIES

Daring to innovate: Start-ups and SMEs advancing Cyber-security and Industry 4.0

Cyber-security technology is evolving so rapidly that often large organisations are not able to move swiftly enough to adapt and follow the changes brought by disruptive innovation. This is where startups and small businesses offer the agility and adaptability to provide the cutting-edge solutions required to stay competitive. One side of the story is that innovators, social hackers and start-ups are the ones pushing innovation in industry 4.0. and cyber-security solutions to new frontiers, the other one is that SMEs make up 99.8% of European enterprises but they are unprepared for cyber-attacks...

Peter Katrinec (SK)

Hacktrophy

17:20

Matchmaking Event with Special Program

14:00

Tech Community in Slovakia

Useful overview (not only) for Austrian companies. You are the part of the tech community in Slovakia – be a part of the discussion on current topics and trends.

12:40

Showcase

Get further information about cooperation offered / sought. Visit the companies at their stand in the EXPO zone and ask for more details regarding particular possibilities for bilateral cooperation.

11:00

Company presentations

Get to know our Austrian participants. Within short presentations they will give you a brief overview of their business, their products and services as well as cooperation opportunities.

08:30

Registration

09:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

MODERATOR: Ľubo Tomko (SK)

Extraordinary.sk

Denisa Žiláková (SK)

Deputy Prime Minister's Office for Investments and Informatization

Lívia Vašáková (SK)

European Commision

Zsolt Szalay (HU)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

09:30

Coffee break

10:00
HIGHT LEVEL DEBATE

Artificial Intelligence: Benefits & Risks

Keynote speech: Ivan Štefanec (video call)  
The Future of Machine Learning application means deploying machine-learning systems in transformation of wide range of business sectors increasing their efficiency and success. Keeping pace in the development of ML is crucial for future economic transformation...

MODERATOR: Peter Wallin (UK)

Trainer, Motivator and Speaker

Ivan Štefanec (SK)

VIDEO CALL Member of the European parliament

Petr Plodik (CZ)

M Computers

Slavko Fulek (SK)

Cloud - IT

11:00
CASE STUDY

Deep learning in medicine & creation of accurate anatomical models for 3D printing

Medical images have an unfathomable potential to better the quality of healthcare and in turn the quality of our lives. Some of the information can be already captured by looking at the images themselves. In this talk we will explore the use of deep learning to extract anatomically accurate models usable for teaching or therapy planning. We will see the necessary pieces that can transform the life-less images into real-life models. And who knows, one day we might even have spare parts to choose from.

11:15
CASE STUDY

Identity verification based on the usage of mobile phone

Identity verification for fintech startup with goal to eliminate the human factor from the process. This allowed them to process more requests, increase number of customers and grow.

11:30
ROUND TABLE

Trends in the AI: Application and best practices

Image Processing and Pattern Recognition; Aerial power of drones; Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing; AI impact on business and individual sectors...

MODERATOR: Peter Wallin (UK)

Trainer, Motivator and Speaker

12:30
CASE STUDY

Digital colleague or chatbot – struggle is real

Why should your company think about employing digital colleague instead of chatbots. What are the benefits and what does it takes.

Milan Oselsky (SK)

IPsoft Slovakia

12:45
CASE STUDY

Specialties of Artificial Intelligence Projects

In the presentation I am going to talk about the difference between an usual IT project and the AI project. First I will start with explaining a little bit the technical background of AI and it’s applications. Then I will talk about price estimation, development and delivery of AI projects.

13:00

Lunch

14:00
ROUND TABLE

Government Support, Investments and Legislative

A Driving Licence for Intelligent Systems? This will become reality sooner than we expect. Slovak officials already issued some legal regulations in the field of AI. How helpful or limiting are they? ...

MODERATOR: Peter Wallin (UK)

Trainer, Motivator and Speaker

Michal Číž (SK)

Deputy Prime Minister's Office for Investments and Informatization

Lívia Vašáková (SK)

European Commision

Emil Fitoš (SK)

IT Association of Slovakia

Jakub Berthoty (SK)

Dagital Legal

15:00
CASE STUDY

How AI helps us to understand users and their needs. Will it help us to understand women once?

The lecture will focus on the possibilities of using artificial intelligence in a corporate environment. You will find out how artificial intelligence and machine learning can help employees and users to be more efficient and get better results from employees. Together with the international financial group, we will show you how we have helped their 5,000 employees by means of artificial intelligence, how we understood their needs, and perhaps we’ll find out if artificial intelligence will help us understand women and their needs.

Peter Šimún (SK)

YesElf & Seges

15:15
CASE STUDY

Multi-Agent AI for Marketing and Public Policy without Machine Learning

For the quick synopsis, does this sound good? AI is being rapidly adopted in the world of business and government. But is it the right kind of AI? Here, I discuss utilizing a new form of multi-agent artificial intelligence and use cases for how it has helped address key policy questions and better understand online social networks for marketing purposes. Specifically, I focus on its use in marketing and what repercussions it has for the future of public policy and business.

Justin Lane (US)

Prospectus Research

15:30

Coffee break

15:50
ROUND TABLE

Ethics of AI: With great power comes great responsibility

AI role in various aspects of life. Evenly available technology and education; Intellectual property protection; AI generated fake news, hoaxes; Killer robots in armament Industry – Sci-Fi or reality? ...

MODERATOR: Peter Wallin (UK)

Trainer, Motivator and Speaker

Radovan Kavický (SK)

GapData Institute

Justin Lane (US)

Prospectus Research

John Boyd (UK)

The Daily Slovak News

08:30

Registration

09:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

MODERATOR: Ľubo Tomko (SK)

Extraordinary.sk

Denisa Žiláková (SK)

Deputy Prime Minister's Office for Investments and Informatization

Lívia Vašáková (SK)

European Commision

Zsolt Szalay (HU)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

09:30

Coffee break

10:00
HIGHT LEVEL DEBATE

Shaping the factory of the future – Smarter manufacturing in Industry 4.0 and additive manufacturing

Mapping advances in robotics technology for manufacturing emerged by the implementation of intelligent technologies in the industry, and understanding the new energy landscape will help us adapt and react more quickly and effectively to fast changing environment inside manufacturing plants...

MODERATOR: Martin Reguli (SK)

F. A. Hayek Foundation

Martin Morháč (SK)

SOVA Digital

Ivo Kovačič (SK)

Atos IT Solutions & Services

11:00

Case study

TBC

11:15
CASE STUDY

Production quality control of agriculture welded structures via mobile cloud application

11:30
ROUND TABLE

Data Veracity – The Importance of Trust in Data Integrity

Inaccurate and manipulated information threatens to compromise the insights companies rely on to plan, operate, and grow. Unverified data is a new type of vulnerability, and one that every business leveraging digital technologies must address...

MODERATOR: Martin Reguli (SK)

F. A. Hayek Foundation

Andrew Chakhoyan (NL)

Strategic Narrative Consulting

Jakub Berthoty (SK)

Dagital Legal

12:20
CASE STUDY

Managing GDPR requests effectively

As a law firm, we understand that dealing with GDPR requests in a traditional way is not effective. Unclear requests force the controller to guess what the data subject might be requesting which might lead to unwanted liability. This guessing is removed with our software solution that guarantees absolute legal certainty about which rights as per GDPR the data subject really enforces. Roger guides and educates data subjects when submitting their requests via interactive widget and subsequently allows the controller to manage any number of GDPR requests in an inbox environment desiged around GDPR’s requirements and processes. Roger that.

Jakub Berthoty (SK)

Dagital Legal

12:45
CASE STUDY

Can blockchain technology revolutionize our justice system?

Nowadays different branches of the society work together in micro-communities. (i.e. B2B, shared economy  users, etc.) However, the mainstream legal systems oftentimes fail to accommodate their needs when it comes to speed, transparency and costs of dispute resolution. Can blockchain technology help here?

Matej Turjaník (SK)

STEINIGER | law firm

13:00

Lunch

14:00
ROUND TABLE

Cooperation of universities and manufacturing enterprises – high technology from universities in practice?

Universities have valuable intellectual capital, from which the whole society should benefit. In turn, manufacturing enterprises are driven by greater process efficiency, shorter lead-time, and lower production costs...

Štefan Vrátny (SK)

BIC Bratislava

Peter Filo (SK)

The Faculty of Commerce of the University Economics in Bratislava

Martin Morháč (SK)

SOVA Digital

Ľubomír Sooš (SK)

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

15:00
CASE STUDY

Support of a Circular Economy High – Tech Company in Slovakia

TBC

Štefan Vrátny (SK)

BIC Bratislava

15:15

Case study

TBC

Ľubomír Sooš (SK)

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

15:30

Coffee break

15:50
CASE STUDY

HPE’s Digital Supply Chain: How to use digital technologies to transform a Supply Chain

Companies’ supply chains are increasingly launching digital initiatives to expand or build digital capabilities to deliver business efficiency or top-line revenue growth. More and more digital transformation success stories emerge, therefore the trend is gaining steam. HPE supply chain is also part of the trend and is looking into new technologies to deploy with the main focus to improve customer satisfaction. The presentation will provide overview of HPE SC digital journey with practical examples of solutions deployed in HPE Supply Chain.

Peter Kažimir (SK)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Slovakia

16:05
CASE STUDY

3D printing and 3D printers in industry

How we use our 3D printers in manufacturing process and how our printers works, what people can gain when they use them?

16:15

Case study

TBC

16:30
ROUND TABLE

Creation of ecosystem in automotive Industry 4.0

Creation of ecosystem within industries is nowadays the most needed issue for Industry 4.0. Creation and adaptability of Supply chain is the most discussed topic, because the acceptability of digital Industry 4.0 is essential for effective operations. It is critical that companies have to start to develop their vision, strategies and action plans...

Michal Gigač (SK)

PSA Group

08:30

Registration

09:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

MODERATOR: Ľubo Tomko (SK)

Extraordinary.sk

Denisa Žiláková (SK)

Deputy Prime Minister's Office for Investments and Informatization

Lívia Vašáková (SK)

European Commision

Zsolt Szalay (HU)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

09:30

Coffee break

10:00
HIGH LEVEL DEBATE

How technologies and innovations are changing the life in cities?

As our society evolves, our cities are also evolving. How can our cities react to new trends, threats and technologies? What is the role of technologies in the city management? How are the approaches to managing cities and regions changing?

MODERATOR: Milan Husár (SK)

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Denisa Žiláková (SK)

Deputy Prime Minister's Office for Investments and Informatization

Serguei Golovanov (AT)

GOLEM Integrated Microelectronics Solutions

Igor Wzoš (SK)

Slovak Smart City Cluster

Heliodor Macko (SK)

SEAK Energetics

10:55
CASE STUDY

Smart lighting and charging in Slovak cities

Brief explanation how to build cost-efficient electric vehicle charging network in our cities in a way, which actually saves energy and pays for itself from the savings.

Heliodor Macko (SK)

SEAK Energetics

11:10

Smart Mobility as integral part of Smart Cities concept

Traffic congestion, healthy lifestyles and increasing value of environment aspect for majority of consumers takes more and more attention of municipalities even in Slovak cities and towns. I will explain our approach to integrate smart mobility into 360 degrees SmartCity concept of Antik and present first results of largest bike sharing project in Slovakia.

Peter Blaas (SK)

Antik Telecom

11:25
CASE STUDY

How energy efficiency drives smart cities evolution

Examples of technologies which applied today already fulfill our visions of tomorrow. Preconditions of sustainable development, examples of technologies within energy efficiency (power, heating, cooling) and case stories on savings of energy.

11:40
CASE STUDY

How are you my city? Getting your city speaking, answering and predicting its transformation at anytime in real time.

We review how leading open IoT technology platform Smart City Monitor can provide unique intelligent assistance to the managers of cities, utility providers, businesses and citizens in intelligent holistic view to the urban processes, improve efficient use of available urban resources, sustainability, resilience and quality of life, and mitigate negative impacts of urbanization.

Serguei Golovanov (AT)

GOLEM Integrated Microelectronics Solutions

11:55
CASE STUDY

Hungarian answers for future mobility challenges

My presentation would talk about the new challenges caused by the transformation of mobility towards connected and highly automated vehicles and the Hungarian answers for that inlcuding ZalaZONE the unique proving ground, the Mobility Platform, the related education and research programs.

Zsolt Szalay (HU)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

12:10
ROUND TABLE

Current and future forms of mobility

Mobility is the key topic for current society . Every city or region faces to various challenges on the way to sustainable and effective mobility. What are current trends in mobility? Which smart technologies can we see today in action? What solutions in the future can we look forward to? Is Europe prepared for new trends e.g. autonomous driving, e-mobility?

MODERATOR: Katarína Hazuchová (SK)

Independent Environmental Analyst

Vladimír Tóth (SK)

Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak Republic

Zsolt Szalay (HU)

Budapest University of Technology and Economics

13:00

Lunch

14:00
ROUND TABLE

Digitization and data management as new invisible dimension of cities

Digital services, information systems and data are the dimensions of cities that we cannot see immediately by eyes. Similarly, investments in this area are not as popular as repairs of roads, sidewalks or placements of new benches...

MODERATOR: Katarína Hazuchová (SK)

Independent Environmental Analyst

Branko Krsmanović (RS)

VIDEO CALL Advisory Board Member, European Blockchain Hub

Zuzana Aufrichtová (SK)

Bratislava - Staré mesto

Martin Noskovič (SK)

Chcem Smart Mesto

15:00

Short start-up presentations

• 15:00 - 15:07 - IN Architects - Nikola WInková (SK)
• 15:07 - 15:14 - CITIO - Lukáš Bednár (SK)
• 15:14 - 15:21 - Crosswalk by aria33 - Filip Kovalovský (SK)
• 15:21 - 15:28 - CVIKER - Ján Hrončák (SK)

15:30

Coffee break

15:50
CASE STUDIES

Financing & funding for smart city solutions

Innovative solutions and technologies are also associated with higher costs. For this reason, there is a demand for financial support mechanisms. What are the current grant calls? How should cities work with crowdfunding trends? What are  opportunities for funding of green technologies in properties?

MODERATOR: Milan Husár (SK)

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

František Kašický (SK)

Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic

Pavol Poláček (SK)

POLÁČEK & PARTNERS

Ján Kaššovič (SK)

Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic

16:20
CASE STUDY

Slovak Smart City Concept – Opportunity or Illusion?

Erika Horanská (SK)

Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak republic

Anton Kubík (SK)

Ministry of Transport andConstruction of the Slovak republic

16:30
ROUND TABLE

Real results and biggest problems of Slovak smart city concepts

Smart city is not new topic. What did we achieve in last years? What did we find out? What are the current Slovak experiences? How are these experiences shared? How big is a political impact on SC?...

MODERATOR: Milan Husár (SK)

Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Erika Horanská (SK)

Ministry of Transport and Construction of the Slovak republic

Ján Ferenčák (SK)

City of Kežmarok

Igor Wzoš (SK)

Slovak Smart City Cluster

Martin Noskovič (SK)

Chcem Smart Mesto

Patrik Žák (SK)

City of Trenčín

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