by Sheng-Hung Lee, Designer and Professor at Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts
The Future Learning Experience of Public Area – Redesign Shanghai Library Innovation Space is a project based on humanity-centered thinking that covers every aspect of the Shanghai Library Innovation Space (the Space), from the individual, product, organization, and space, to the service and experience it offers. The purpose of the redesign lies in making knowledge come alive and flow freely so that users can learn and experience in the Space what extends beyond the library. A more enriching learning experience for readers in turn testifies to librarians’ greater role in this process.
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by Amir Sabirovic, General Manager, Symphony, Netherlands
Technology is changing the way we live, produce and consume! The digitalisation, robotisation, Artificial intelligence and Internet of Things are a part of our lives, business and private, and are here to stay. How does this impact the skills of industrial designer and can we imagine how the future looks like for this calling?
During the presentation we will focus on three main topics:
- Future vision 2029, how has Industry 4.0 impacted our society and what is the effect on Industrial Design?
- What is Industry 4.0?
- What effect does it have on Industrial Design on corporate and SMB level?
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presented by Danielle Arets, Reader Journalism & Responsible Innovation Fontys Hogeschool Journalistiek & Strategic Creativity Design Academy Eindhoven
What will our world be like in 20, 30, or 40 years’ time? What are consequences of technological developments for our relationship with the world? How can emerging technologies become meaningful? What kind of ethical questions arise, and how can we stimulate debates around futures in the here and now?
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presented by Twan van Keulen, GBO Innovation makers
GBO Innovation makers designs, develops and delivers products that are used all over the world. We now focus on the entire product development spectrum.
That has made the industry 4.0 way of thinking very important for us and we needed to learn firsthand how to combine these processes in an efficient way.
In this summit we will tell you all about our process and how we combined the integration of services with multidisciplinary teams, cooperation with external parties, reviews of products in every stage of development, and agile design sequences while still having a good control on overall project management.
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