The 13th GIO Roundtable

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2023/09/20

The 12th GIO Roundtable

GIO Roundtables

The 12th GIO Roundtable was held on September 20, 2023 in Shanghai/Copenhagen, co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and TM Forum. This year’s discussion was “Fast-tracking Industry Digitalization with AI “. Leading industry organizations shared the progress they’ve made and obstacles they’ve encountered as they promoting the application and standardization of AI across sectors like manufacturing, autonomous driving, and telecommunication, and examine the collaborative models needed to drive further progress.

2023/02/28

The 11th GIO Roundtable

GIO Roundtables

The 11th GIO Roundtable was held on 28th February 2023 in Barcelona/Beijing, co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and AII (Alliance Of Industrial Internet), and GeSI (Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative).

2022/10/17

The 10th GIO Roundtable

GIO Roundtables

The 10th GIO Roundtable was held on 17th October, 2022 in Beijing/Paris, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) and GeSI (Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative). The meeting concentrated on green issues, shared the low-carbon policies of Europe and China and the role digital technology plays in low-carbon goals. The participants further discussed the key topics and cases in digital health and mobility & transportation industry, as well as the future collaboration directions and the initiatives of participant industry organizations on GIO platform.

2022/02/27

Digital Health Workshop

Work Groups Workshops/Roundtables

The Digital Health Workshop during MWC22, was held on February 27th, 2022 in Beijing/Barcelona, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the China Association for Medical Devices Industry (CAMDI) and HL7 Europe. The Digital Health Workshop facilitated fruitful sharing and discussion on the industrial environment shaping in innovative digital health area, the standardization practices of consumer products in the healthcare area and the advances in data sharing for consumer products.

2022/02/28

Industry Data Value Workshop

Work Groups Workshops/Roundtables

The Industry Data Value Workshop during MWC22, was held on 28th February, 2022 in Beijing/Barcelona, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO), IDTA and AII. At the workshop, we discussed about cutting-edge technologies and practices in Europe, Japan, and China, and explored potential directions and opportunities for cooperation to promote industrial digital transformation.

2022/03/01

The 9th GIO Roundtable

GIO Roundtables

The 9th GIO Roundtable during MWC22, was held on March 1st, 2022 in Beijing/Barcelona, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and British Standards Institution (BSI). At the roundtable, we shared the main conclusions from Digital Health Workshop on February 27 and Industry Data Value Workshop on February 28, focusing on the analysis of collaboration of ecosystems across digital platforms so as to accelerate digital transformation of vertical industries. In addition, GIO White Paper: Industry-Specific Ecosystem was officially released. Topics such as how to shape the industry environment and the topics frame of industry digital transformation was also discussed.

GIO Roundtables

The 12th GIO Roundtable was held on September 20, 2023 in Shanghai/Copenhagen, co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and TM Forum. This year’s discussion was “Fast-tracking Industry Digitalization with AI “. Leading industry organizations shared the progress they’ve made and obstacles they’ve encountered as they promoting the application and standardization of AI across sectors like manufacturing, autonomous driving, and telecommunication, and examine the collaborative models needed to drive further progress.

GIO Roundtables

The 11th GIO Roundtable was held on 28th February 2023 in Barcelona/Beijing, co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and AII (Alliance Of Industrial Internet), and GeSI (Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative).

GIO Roundtables

The 10th GIO Roundtable was held on 17th October, 2022 in Beijing/Paris, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) and GeSI (Global Enabling Sustainability Initiative). The meeting concentrated on green issues, shared the low-carbon policies of Europe and China and the role digital technology plays in low-carbon goals. The participants further discussed the key topics and cases in digital health and mobility & transportation industry, as well as the future collaboration directions and the initiatives of participant industry organizations on GIO platform.

Work Groups Workshops/Roundtables

The Digital Health Workshop during MWC22, was held on February 27th, 2022 in Beijing/Barcelona, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the China Association for Medical Devices Industry (CAMDI) and HL7 Europe. The Digital Health Workshop facilitated fruitful sharing and discussion on the industrial environment shaping in innovative digital health area, the standardization practices of consumer products in the healthcare area and the advances in data sharing for consumer products.

Work Groups Workshops/Roundtables

The Industry Data Value Workshop during MWC22, was held on 28th February, 2022 in Beijing/Barcelona, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO), IDTA and AII. At the workshop, we discussed about cutting-edge technologies and practices in Europe, Japan, and China, and explored potential directions and opportunities for cooperation to promote industrial digital transformation.

GIO Roundtables

The 9th GIO Roundtable during MWC22, was held on March 1st, 2022 in Beijing/Barcelona, with other participants from around the world joining online. It was co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) and British Standards Institution (BSI). At the roundtable, we shared the main conclusions from Digital Health Workshop on February 27 and Industry Data Value Workshop on February 28, focusing on the analysis of collaboration of ecosystems across digital platforms so as to accelerate digital transformation of vertical industries. In addition, GIO White Paper: Industry-Specific Ecosystem was officially released. Topics such as how to shape the industry environment and the topics frame of industry digital transformation was also discussed.

Expert View

William Xu
GIO Founder & Chair
We are very grateful to all GIO participating organizations for their great contributions in the past five years. We have seen the release of many white papers and reached consensuses on many topics. The whole industry should remain committed to globalization, unification, and large-scale application. In GIO, we will insist on globalization, unified standards, and also our communication across the world so that we can promote the stable and healthy development of our industries.
Martin Creaner
Director General of WBBA and GIO strategy consultant
Over the past five years, 45 different industry organizations worldwide were involved in various GIO meetings that addressed different aspects of industry standardization. About 25 organizations have been consistently involved in half of the meetings. Focusing on industry digitalization and cross-industry opportunities of common interest, the participating organizations shared information, defined the way forward, and promoted bilateral and multilateral cooperation.
Carsten Rossbach
Senior Partner of Roland Berger
Digital technology has become the most critical technology for the intelligent world. Digitalization of industrial equipment, fully-connected industrial networks, conversion to cloud-based industrial software, and value realization of industrial data are the four core elements lead to comprehensive digitalization of industrial sectors.
Zhiqin Wang
AII and Vice President of CAICT
High-performance, high-intelligence, and high-convergence technologies, particularly 5G and time-sensitive network (TSN), have become the cornerstone of Industrial Network 3.0. The Alliance of Industrial Internet (AII) is actively driving the implementation of new technologies such as 5G, TSN, and industrial PON to support enterprises in building fully connected factories.
Markus Speikermann
Head of the Data Business Department of Fraunhofer ISST
Basically, there is no, or at least not that big of a platform known from Europe that has a huge market share when it comes to data processing and data exchange. This limits our ability to extract value from growing amounts of digital assets. Over the past few years, many organizations and projects in Europe have taken important initiatives related to data sharing (IDS), trust (GAIA-X), consolidation (DSS), and industry services (Catena-X) to build digital platforms and seek consensus.
Luis Jorge Romero
Director General of ETSI
ICT is a key enabler that directly and indirectly drives sustainability. ETSI takes sustainability very seriously and addresses it from different angles, such as annual work programmes, special magazine editions, websites, and summits.
Rui Luis Aguiar
Chair of the Steering Board of the NetworldEurope
The telecom sector is in the early stages of the roadmap to the green target, and future steps will include the development of both common standards and new technologies with impact on hardware and software components, considering not only the energy-related KPIs but also the benefit and the ultimate usage of consumers.
Ku Wen
Chairman of the Board of CCSA
In order to solve the emerging green telecom challenge worldwide, we will need close collaboration between different stakeholders to share best practices and experiences, and this collaboration needs to be transparent, measurable, and comparable.
Luis Neves
GeSI CEO
We should start to think how in our activities, we can really contribute to ensure that the world will be sustainable.. Effectively reducing energy consumption is the only way to reduce carbon emissions. We also need to invest in renewable energy. Digital technologies are now cutting across almost every single industry, such as energy infrastructure, agriculture, health, and education. The boundaries between ICT and other industries have been blurred, we should go digital with purpose.

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