Experience the latest in Augmented and Virtual Reality at EON Reality in Bologna, Italy
Learn why Augmented and Virtual Reality (AVR) technologies are changing the world — and how both Fortune 500 companies and educational institutions are utilizing them to improve their bottom line.
WHEN: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 9:30 AM – Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 3:00 PM (CET)
WHERE: EON Reality Italy – Worklife Innovation Hub, Via del Lavoro n° 47, cap 40033 Casalecchio di Reno (Bologna), Italy
EON Reality is hosting EON Experience Fest 2019 to help explain the current Augmented and Virtual Reality (AVR) ecosystem and how this technology is being used by educational institutions, Fortune 500 companies, and governments around the world. We’re showcasing the AVR Platform and providing concrete examples of how our products solve problems and help people.
- Learn how AVR technology is revolutionizing learning both for companies and academic institutions
- Experience the AVR Platform delivered on devices ranging from smartphones to building-sized domes
- Walk through theInteractive Digital Center (IDC) setup process from startup to sustainability
- See how EON Reality is addressing the needs of a variety of industries and learn which AVR solution is the best solution for your organization
Join us for two exciting days for practical use cases, technology demonstrations, and sessions on the future of AR and VR. Aside from experiencing EON Reality’s cutting-edge AVR software, global development network, and the world’s largest library for AR and VR knowledge transfer, you’ll also be able to tour EON Reality Bologna, explore the VR Innovation Academy, and learn about the Development Lab’s content creation process.
Specifically, EON Reality will be highlighting how the AVR Platform empowers its users to create their own AVR applications to enhance key focus areas. For businesses, that means improving their training and the efficiency of their workers, while educational institutions can enhance their lessons and embrace the immersive Classroom 3.0 model.
- Learn: Creator AVR lets users create and experience engaging AVR lessons without knowledge of programming or 3D modeling.
- Train: Virtual Trainer lets multiple users remotely train for a task, track their performance, and upload it to a company or academic institution’s internal systems.
- Perform: AR Assist guides workers and students on their tasks while providing real-time instructions to make them both more efficient and safer.
Network with experts to get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into AVR implementation and learn how you can establish your own Interactive Digital Center.
Wednesday, March 27
09.00 – Registration & Refreshments
10.00 – Welcome – How will AVR revolutionize how we Learn, Train, and Perform in the future – Dan Lejerskar, Founder of EON Reality
10.15 – Introduction – Connecting the Dots by using AVR for Lifelong Learning
10.20 – Academia: Engaging students today: How can AVR help? – Peter Looker, Head of Learning, Teaching and Pedagogy, Nanyang Technological University
10.50 – Break
11.00 – Interactive Digital Center Italy – Tour
14.45 – Plenary, Announcements & Media
- Palma Costi, Assessore alle Attività Produttive della Regione Emilia-Romagna
- Marco Lombardo, Assessore Comune di Bologna
- Massimo Bosso, Sindaco di Casalecchio di Reno
- Benjamin V. Wohlauer, Console Generale degli Stati Uniti d’America
- Simone Crolla, Consigliere Delegato American Chamber of Commerce in Italy
- Mirko Degli Esposti, Prorettore Vicario Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna
- Enrico Sangiorgi, Prorettore per la didattica Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna
- Leonardo Salcerini, Amministratore delegato Toyota Material Handling Italia
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – How AVR is revolutionizing industry training and safety – Mats Johansson, President, EON Reality
14.15 – Lean in Industry 4.0 – Stefano Cortiglioni, Toyota Academy Director, TMHE Regional Manager & TPS Senior Advisor, Toyota Material Handling Italia
14.35 – Improving the Quality of Life by Using Augmented and Virtual Reality – Jason Hiscocks, Technical Advisor, UNIDO
14.55 – From BIT to Quantum BIT and the Future of AVR – Michele Grossi, IT Architect, IBM
15.20 – Virtual Reality and Lenovo Workstations – Fabio Veronelli, WS Business Development Manager, Lenovo
15.40 – Virtual Reality and Intellectual Property – Be Competitive in the Market – Paolo Marzano, Partner, Legance – Avvocati Associati
16.00 – Open Showroom, Networking & Drinks
16.30 – End of Day
Thursday, March 28
09.00 – Registration & Refreshments
10.00 – Cultural change and infrastructure transformation: the challenges for universities in the AR/VR age – Peter Looker, Head of Learning, Teaching and Pedagogy, Nanyang Technological University
10.30 – Real-time depth from images with deep-learning – Prof. Stefano Mattoccia, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Engineering and Architecture, Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna
10.50 – Industry 4.0 & Data Analytics: from Edge to Core to Cloud – Sergio Crippa, Hpe IoT e Industry 4.0 country manager, HP Enterprise
11.10 – Break
11.20 – The Shift to Classroom 3.0 – An Introductory Workshop on the Why, What and How of Immersive Learning – Ridwan Othman, Senior Director AVR Solutions, EON Reality
12.00 – Workshop: Accelerate knowledge transfer – AVR Platform & Library – Marcin Kasica, Director of Global Education and Training, EON Reality
12.25 – Train in VR and analyze your ability to learn complex procedures – Virtual Trainer – Mats W. Johansson, President, EON Reality
12.40 – Using VR in Water and Wastewater Industrial Training – Valerio Ricciardelli, Vice President for Global Education in Africa, Festo Didactic
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – How to excel with contextual data assistance – AR Assist – Pierre-Julien Barraud, Business Development Director EMEA & LATAM, EON Reality
14.20 – AVR collaboration – the power of multi-use shared experiences – Mats W. Johansson, President, EON Reality
14.40 – Virtual Reality: Overview and application case studies – Luca Santoni, Into Mobile Division Partner account manager, Samsung
15.00 – HoloLens 2 and Mixed Reality – Andrea Benedetti, Data Strategist, Data Architect, Microsoft
15.30 – Open Showroom, Networking & Drinks
16.00 – End of Day