The 13th GIO Roundtable

The 13th GIO Roundtable

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2024/02/27

The 13th GIO Roundtable

GIO Roundtables

The 13th GIO Roundtable, co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) ,ERTICO-ITS Europe and IDSA, was held on February 27 to discuss topics related to the value of data in different industries. This event was simultaneously hosted in Barcelona and Beijing.

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 13th GIO Roundtable, co-hosted by the Global Industry Organizations Roundtable (GIO) ,ERTICO-ITS Europe and IDSA, was held on February 27 to discuss topics related to the value of data in different industries. This event was simultaneously hosted in Barcelona and Beijing.

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 Chair
AI development has been explosive over the last few years. This proves that the establishment of GIO in 2018 was the right move. GIO has since served as an important platform where we can discuss the pace, framework, standards, interconnection, and interoperability of digital transformation. Digital transformation, and in particular AI enablement for industries, has created tremendous momentum for the digital economy. Over the next couple of years, we will see AI foundation models adopted in more and more industries, driving industries’ digital transformation even further. However, industry-specific foundation models will need open, secure, and trustworthy data. AI foundation models will combine industry know-how with AI to translate experience into science and enable numerous industries. Because of this, today’s GIO roundtable will set a key milestone in the digitalization journeys of industries.
Martin Creaner
Director General of WBBA,Special Advisor of GIO
GIO was set up in 2018, as an opportunity to pull together the industry organizations from around the world to talk about digital transformation of their industries. During the last 6 years, apart from 2 roundtables each year, GIO has held over 20 workshops and seminars and released some important white papers on how different industries are transforming. In the next few years, GIO will keep doing what it’s doing with more cooperation, more joint projects and more sharing of information.
Joost Vantomme
CEO, ERTICO-ITS Europe
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.
Xiaohui Yu
President, AII
In China, we look at data and data drivers from the perspectives of production functions and factors, as well as the far-reaching significance of data for digital transformation. To unleash the value of data elements, we believe a golden triangle of systems, markets, and technology assurance needs to be built so that data can benefit humanity and promote sustainable economic and social development.
Juergen Grotepass
Chairman of Working Group “AI in Automation”, ZVEI
The product carbon footprint (PCF) has become a new “currency” to deal with when creating value in data spaces. The digital product passport (DPP4.0) is evolving as core building block for data tracing along value chains in case of highly integrated products and manufacturing skills offered as services in new marketplaces. Manufacturing as a Service (MAAS) applications are very attractive for small and medium enterprises as they open the world for flexible production generating new market opportunities.
Jiao Li
Director, CAMS
The pace of the “Data Element X” development in China coincidentally matches the World Health Organization’s agenda. Building an ecosystem that harnesses digital technologies for people’s health is critical to realizing the One Digital Health vision. The WHO has proposed four key actions that will improve the quality and availability of health data: national coordination, enhanced monitoring, data sharing, and creating a data-driven culture.
Thorsten Huelsmann
CFO, IDSA
Trustful data sharing takes place in data spaces, where participants share one common trust framework. The key to data spaces is the data connector. We are now working on bringing the data space protocol 1.0 via ISO into the global standard. With more contributors, the protocol and its open source implementations will improve. I hope you’ll join us in this journey as a data space pioneer.
Thorsten Dikmann
Chairman of the Working Group “DDP”, Catena-X
The digital product passport is crucial and it fulfils regulatory compliance, maximizes product transparency and enable circular economy. The magic behind accurate data exchange lies in the shared infrastructure of data spaces. One infrastructure means we all share the same components, but we exchange data only between two parties. You’re more than welcome to join it and work on these components.
David Mohally
Co-Chair, TM Forum Ecosystem Modeling Team
While most enterprises have recognized the need to work within wider business ecosystems, they can lack the skills to select, develop and govern these ecosystems in a profitable fashion. The TM Forum has created an Ecosystem Modelling framework to tackle these challenges for the Telco industry. This created an industry platform that provides a blueprint to accelerate and de-risk the innovation stages of concept to design for new business opportunities.

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