October 27 - 29, 2019, Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California
Develop visions for a common digital future and strengthen transatlantic partnerships: The “Transatlantic Sync” conference in Silicon Valley brought together scientists, entrepreneurs, policy-makers and journalists from Germany and the USA to examine the impact of digital technologies on business and society in both countries.
The aim of the conference was to develop a common vision for a prosperous technology-oriented future, to establish a strong network for transatlantic cooperation, and to present innovations being developed in Germany and Silicon Valley.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO and the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA were represented at the Transatlantic Sync with the project “FutureWork360”: On October 29, 2019, Simon Schumacher, project manager of the Future Work Lab at Fraunhofer IPA, used the example of the Future Work Lab to show what production work of the future could look like and presented the goals and procedures of the “FutureWork360” project.
To Transatlantic Sync.
To Future Work Lab