International conference INDIN 2023 in Lemgo brings IT experts together together

The Innovation Campus Lemgo continues to distinguish itself in the field of industrial informatics and sustainable technical solutions

A part of the INDIN 2023 organization team: inIT - Institute Industrial IT of TH OWL, Centrum Industrial IT, and Fraunhofer IOSB-INA

The Fraunhofer Institute in Lemgo and the Institute for Industrial Information Technology - inIT of the Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Technology eagerly prepares for INDIN 2023. The INDIN is a renowned international conference at which topics such as Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things in industry. It is organized by the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers) in cooperation with the organizers. With over 400,000 members in over 160 countries, the IEEE is the world's largest professional association of engineers and computer scientists. From Monday, the 17 to Thursday, 20 July 2023, more than 250 participants worldwide are expected at the Innovation Campus. expected. Lemgo could prevail in the competition with cities like Vienna and Barcelona and will be the venue of this important conference.

A highlight of INDIN is the "Industry Day," organized in cooperation with Centrum Industrial IT (CIIT), Mid Sweden University, and it's OWL. On this day, scientists get a comprehensive insight into existing sustainable solutions in the industrial environment. Sustainable solutions in the industrial environment. At the same time, the exceptional strength of the region OWL is characterized by the well-functioning networks between industry and science. and science. "Because by now more than 80% of the world's population is convinced that technology can help to combat climate change, the topic of combat climate change, the issue of sustainability is of particular interest on Industry Day. The companies in the region are playing a leading role in implementing sustainable solutions, and the Industry Day at INDIN offers the opportunity to get to know these. Lukasz Wisniewski, one of the organizers of the conference, co-organizer of the panel on the part of inIT of TH OWL.

The scientific program comprises another three days with more than 150 contributions on current topics such as artificial intelligence, intelligent automation, 5G, or digital twins. The program by keynote speeches from representatives of well-known organizations, such as Google, Stanford University, Mid Sweden University, and Phoenix Contact. In addition, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen will give participants an insight into the developments in European innovation policy.

Another highlight of the conference will be the festive gala dinner, which will take place at Brake Castle will take place. Stephan Prinz zur Lippe will enrich the evening with a historical classification of Lemgo, the oldest Lippe town, keeping with the anniversary "900 years of Lippe".

"After the end of the conference, we invite the participants to spend at least one more day to see the sights of the Lippe district or to participate in various outdoor activities. The bar for the venue is high. We want to make the ultimate offer for the conference and discover the region's attractions: Jürgen Jasperneite, co-organizer of the event, Director of the Fraunhofer Institute in Lemgo. The past host cities included Beijing, Cambridge, and Perth. INDIN 2023 in Lemgo is the first face-to-face event of this annual conference series after the pandemic.

"We will therefore do our utmost to ensure that the participants: inside keep this conference and the venue in unforgettable memory. Our strengths in the region lie in innovation and history. Still, in the abundance of nature, we can offer," look forward to Jasperneite and Wisniewski, as well as the entire organization team looking forward to their guests.