DAY 1 20 OCT
Urban Air Mobility – Autonomous airport infrastructure

10.50 – 11.20
Day 1, 20 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Saab

How will building an autonomous airport generate new possibilities for a community. Would it be possible to prioritize traffic such as urgent deliveries within healthcare? What do the risks such as cyber security threats look like and how to handle them? Can this be a piece in the future environmental solutions within the society? 

Moderator
Helena Dahlberg, Head of Communication, Saab Surveillance

Panelists:

  • Jonas Lundberg, Professor, Linköping University
  • Kaija Sterner, Air Traffic Controller, LFV (Luftfartsverket)
  • Niclas Gustavsson, Product leader for autonomous airport, Saab
Software and hardware cybersecurity in the future automotive ecosystem

11.55 – 12.25
Day 1, 20 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Scania

The cars and trucks of today are sometimes referred to as computers on wheels. But the more accurate description is that they are cyber-physical systems where the reliability, safety and security of the information that is handled can have direct and sometimes very drastic physical consequences. This discussion will touch on topics such as how we protect the long-lived cars and trucks in a threat landscape that is changing fast. How can we build cyber-resilience when the complexity of the entire system is too much for a human to grasp. How do we ensure that our building blocks in terms of software libraries, algorithms and hardware components do not have bugs and unknown faults.
 

Moderator:
Ulrik Janusson, Technology Leader Connectivity, Scania CV

Panelists:

  • Niklas Wiberg, Cybersecurity architect, Scania CV
  • Behrooz Sangchoolie, PhD researcher, RISE
  • Elena Dubrova, Professor Division of Electronics and Embedded Systems, KTH (Royal Institute of Technology)
Connect To Society: How technology can help transform public housing

14.35 – 15.05
Day 1, 20 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Telia

Technology plays an important role in making cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. In this panel we will explore how new ideas combined with modern technology can transform urban planning, building’s operations and living conditions in public housing in the future and make it better, for both the people who live and visit them, as well as the public housing companies and municipalities that own and manage them.

Moderator:
Elin Allison, Head of Product & Strategy, Data Insights, Telia

Panelists:

  • Mats Axelsson, Manager, Global IoT Business Development, Telia
  • Carl Ståhle, Digital Specialist, Public Housing Sweden (Sveriges Allmännytta)
  • Dennis Wedin, Vice Mayor for Housing and Real Estate, Stockholm
Precision medicine - tomorrow's healthcare today

15.50 – 16.20
Day 1, 20 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Karolinska Institutet

Precision medicine (PM) is a model that proposes the customization of healthcare, with medical treatments being tailored for patient subgroups, instead of a one‐treatment‐fits‐all model.  PM will enable safer diagnostics, more efficient treatments, reduce healthcare injuries and increase survival based on the individual patient’s unique conditions, genetic profile, and specific biomarkers. The introduction of artificial intelligence is today providing a paradigm shift with machine learning algorithms used for genomic sequence and to analyze and draw inferences from the vast amounts of patient data. These challenges for the healthcare system will be discussed.

Moderator:
Birgitta Janerot Sjöberg, Prof of Medical Technology, KI (affiliated KTH, consultant in clinical physiology and nuclear medicine at Karolinska University Hospital, board member of AI Sweden)

Panelists:

  • Janne Lethiö, Prof of Medical Proteomics, KI
    (Scientific director SciLifeLab) 
  • Valtteri Wirta, Prof of Clinical Genomics, KI (SciLifeLab)
  • Patrik Georgii-Hemming, CMIO, Karolinska University hospital
Towards the future of Healthcare 2040

16.55 – 17.25
Day 1, 20 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Region Stockholm

To be announced

Moderator:
Filippa Kull, Business Development Director, Stockholm Science City Foundation

Panelists:

  • Daniel Forslund, Chairman of the Innovation and Development Committee, Region Stockholm
  • Clara Hellner, Director of research & innovation, Region Stockholm
  • Yvonne Lettermark, Project Manager for Health and Health Care 2040
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DAY 2 21 OCT
To be announced

10.50 – 11.20
Day 2, 21 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by ABB

To be announced

Moderator:
To be announced

Panelists:
To be announced
Industry perspectives for the 2030 evolution, Industry 4.0 to 5.0

12.25 – 12.55
Day 2, 21 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Ericsson

Industry is today undergoing a massive digitalization transformation. The vision of the Industry 4.0 with cyber physical systems, internet of things, and advanced connectivity is becoming real through a convergence of different data-driven digital technologies and 5G mobile networks. From this platform the evolution towards 2030 will continue and address new requirements for the Industry 5.0 where resilience, flexibility, sustainability, and cooperation between humans and machines are expected to be central. This panel will provide insights from leading experts in the digitalization of industries.

Moderator:
To be announced

Panelists:
To be announced

Digital shift – Data driven decision making

14.35 – 15.05
Day 2, 21 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Sandvik

Sandvik have an increased focus on growth, digitalization, sustainability and agility. Sandvik are well established engineering company, with core business areas focusing on equipment manufacturing, processes and mining. Traditionally these have been a digitally “lagging” industry where the adoption of emerging technologies for digitalization has been slow. Current market and global circumstances necessitate that we make a bold digital shift- ensuring we embrace data, AI, ML. Come join us when we discuss and share our experiences!

Moderator:
Vandana Kabilan Tekn. Dr. , Head of Digital Solutions, Sandvik Rock Tools Services

Panelists:

  • William Smedberg Analytics & BI Manager, Seco Tools
  • Michael Baudin, Tekn Dr., R&D specialist, Seco Tools
  • Petra Sundström VP, Head of Digital Offering, Sandvik Rock Processing
  • Dean Kangleas, VP Rock Tools-Services, Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions
  • Michael Söderholm, Nordics Account Director, Outsystems
  • Jonas Dahlberg, Sr Sales Manager Data&AI, Microsoft
Stockholm towards a Smart city

15.50 – 16.20
Day 2, 21 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by City of Stockholm

Stockholm is one of the cities in the world that has best taken advantage of the opportunities with digitalization. Digitalization makes the citizens and the visitor’s everyday lives easier, enhances our understanding of the built environment and enables a sustainable development that leads to an increased quality of life. It provides them with tools to communicate, work, study and lead an active life regardless of age and functional ability. Digitalization is an important enabler to make the city more sustainable.

In this panel, three innovative projects share their experiences of Stockholm’s journey towards a smart and innovative city and some of the plans for the future.

Moderator:
Claes Johannesson, Program Manager, City of Stockholm

Panelists:

  • Maria Holm, Project Manager, IoT Stockholm, City of Stockholm
  • Lukas Ljungqvist, Project manager, Senseable Stockholm Lab, City of Stockholm
  • Christina Salmhofer, Project Manager, Stockholm Royal Seaport, City of Stockholm
Learnings from Crossways Växjö

16.55 – 17.25
Day 2, 21 October
INDUSTRIAL & SOCIETAL PANEL hosted by Skanska

Together with the citizens, the industry, the academy and the public sector, we are developing the area Bäckaslöv and forming a new district of the city in a new way.

By cooperation, digitalization, wood construction and climate neutralized focus on city development, we are taking important steps towards climate neutrality and fulfilling the 17 UN global sustainability goals.

Moderator:
To be announced

Panelists:

  • Alexandra Lauren, Executive vice President , Skanska Sweden AB
  • Jessica Öberg, CEO , Combitech AB
  • Anna Tenje, Mayor , City of Växjö

Digital Futures facilities are located at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, KTH Campus. Postal and visiting address: Osquars Backe 5, floor 2. SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden.

For inquiries contact us via Email: event@digitalfutures.kth.se