The 6th GIO Roundtable was held on September 23, 2020 from 4:00–7:00 PM (CST) in Shanghai, China, cohosted by CCSA and 5GAIA. We updated GIO industry leaders on the progress, outputs, findings, and proposals related to the next steps, that have been made by working groups in three areas (smart manufacturing, digital health, and autonomous digital infrastructure) since the 5th GIO roundtable on Feb, 2020. We discussed the next steps, direction, and recommendations for communication and collaboration among industry organizations (e.g., in intelligent transformation of verticals) and reach consensus on the GIO’s special topics, operating mechanisms, objectives, responsibilities, and collaboration mechanisms.
16:00-19:00, September 23, 2020 (Beijing Time)
Moderator:Zhiqin Wang, Secretary-General of 5GAIA
16:00 – 16:10
Zemin Yang William XuCCSA Huawei
16:10 – 16:30
16:30 – 17:00
Report and discuss the main cooperation progress of the smart manufacturing workshop.(including the discussion on the idea of new industrial infrastructure for manufacturing)
17:00 – 17:30
Joann O’Brien TM Forum
17:30 – 18:00
Report and discuss the main cooperation progress of the workshop on Autonomous Digital Infrastructure and the future proposal
18:00 – 18:20
Open Discussion on suggestions about cooperation for common interests and key prioritie
18:20 – 18:50
18:50 – 19:00
GIO progress Update, Martin Creaner, 2020/9/23
[2020/9/23]Progressing from the Industry Digital Transformation Whitepaper through 3 working groups to formation of communities of interest. We review of potential changes to ToR and Operations Documents.
Main cooperation of the Smart Manufacturing Working Group, Michael Linehan, 2020/9/23
[2020/9/23]Is the smart equipment industry fostering the concept and paradigm of new manufacture infrastructure? How can ICT technologies be deeply integrated with key manufacturing technologies?
Digital Health Progress Update, Joann O`Brien, 2020/9/23
[2020/9/23]The Covid-19 global pandemic is accelerating digital transformation in every part of society including healthcare, a sector worth $8.5 trillion per year, which is five times more than telecoms. The transformation of healthcare inevitably will be difficult, complex and uneven, however, and the role for information, communications and technology (ICT) service providers is unclear.
Autonomous Digital Infrastructure Working Group, Luigi Licciardi, 2020/9/23
[2020/9/23]The ICT industry is going through a deep Digital Transformation, driven by changing customer demands and by the extension of the Ecosystem to new Business Partners (Verticals) as well as the advent of new technologies such as 5G, Artificial Intelligence and Multi-access Edge Computing. A Fourth Industrial Revolution is announced. In order to provide end to end solutions customized to the Customers and Business Partners needs, the increasing complexity of Networks and Platforms supported by innovative technologies require to introduce a new Intelligent Framework with very high level of Automation in the Management and provisioning of services and Networks (Autonomous Digital Infrastructure – ADI). The first step of ADI is Autonomous Networks.
5G Drives More Intelligent Industries, Jiadong Du, 2020/9/23
[2020/9/23]5G + Industrial Internet reshapes industries and mindsets. 5G enables networked and intelligent operations within factories and balances supply and demand between factories.