Program

The professional event and exhibition also covers the fields related to the automotive industry. Thus, the programmes organized by Hungexpo C. Co. Ltd. and professional partners as well as the exhibition covering the whole spectrum of the industry are based on three key themes:
BUSINESS, SCIENCE, CAREER

CO-EVENT AUTÓTECHNIKA-AUTODIGA – International vehicle maintenance industry professional exhibition

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMS

18th October 2017 - Wednesday
9.00 - 9.20


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Opening ceremony
Gábor GANCZER, HUNGEXPO C. Co. Ltd., CEO
Mihály VARGA, Ministry for National Economy, Minister
Hall „A”, Turquoise Room
9.00 - 15.00
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E-mobility conference and professional advanced training of the Chamber of Engineers 
Budapest and Pest country Chamber of Engineers
Hall 25
This is private event, with attendance only possible through preliminary application

10.00 - 17.00
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Intelligent Vehicles Conference
Ministry for National Economy
Hall „A”, Turquoise Room
This is private event, with attendance only possible through preliminary application
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10.00 - 16.00
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Engineer training on IATF 16949, Core tools, Lean management
TEQUA International Ltd.
Hall „A”, Ruby Room
14.00 - 16.00 

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Integrated Service of the OFI
Developmental Program for the Rise of Metal Industry Businesses 2017-2018
National Association of the Hungarian Metal Industry
Hall „A”, Gallery AII., Room 182
19th October 2017 - Thursday
10.00 - 16.30
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edubiz 2017
Symposium and partner meeting on resource development and future planning in the region
CEEPUS, local global
​Hall „A”, Turquoise Room
2017.edubiz.de
10.00 - 11.00

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TOTAL MATERIA – The importance of the precise selection of materials: preventing errors and reducing the risk of the design workflow
Key to Metals AG (CH)
Gallery AII.,. Room 182
László FARKAS
10.30 - 17.00
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HIPA - MAJOSZ and HIPA - JETRO suppliersforum
HIPA, JETRO, MAJOSZ
Hall „A”, Ruby Room
13.00 - 14.30
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Industry 4.0 in the development of the automotive industry
Iparfejlesztési Közhasznú Nonprofit Ltd.
Hall „A”, Gallery AII., Room 163
13.00 - 16.00
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New trends in design and 3D printing from the perspective of automotive industry suppliers
Varinex Informatikai Plc.
Entrance hall III
15.00 - 16.00

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The solidity of aluminum with the simplicity of 3D printing
Markforged composite 3D printing solutions
FreeDee Nyomdai Szolgáltató Művek Ltd.
Hall „A”, Gallery AII., Room 182
20th October 2017 - Friday
10.00 - 12.30 
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Vocational training in the plastics industry
Association of Hungarian Plastics Industry
Hall „A”, Gallery AII., Room 182
10.00- 13.00 
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Electrician training on electric car charger topics
Schneider Electric Hungária Villamossági Plc.
Hall „A”, Ruby Room
László KOZMA, Schneider Electric Hungária Villamossági Plc., product manager
11.00 - 16.00
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New, 3D design and printing solutions developed for automotive industry suppliers
Varinex Informatikai Plc.
Hall „A”, Turquoise Room

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Intelligent Vehicles Conference organized by the Ministry for National Economy
18th October 2017, HUNGEXPO, pavilion "A", Turquoise Room

This is private event, with attendance only possible through preliminary application
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9.30 - 10.00 Registration
10.00 - 10.05 Conference opening
State secretary opening speech – István LEPSÉNYI, Ministry for National Economy, State Secretary for Economic Development and Regulation

10.05 - 11.00


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V4 panel debate
Keynote lecture

European Centers and projects of Excellence
Dr. László MONOSTORI, MTA SZTAKI, director
Panel discussion

Highlighted subjects:
• European digitalization from the standpoint of the V4 countries
• Strategies and measures of the V4 countries
• Cross-border opportunities for cooperation in order to increase competitiveness
Dr. László MONOSTORI, MTA SZTAKI, director
invited representatives of the V4 countries

  • Rastislav CHOVANEC, Ministry of Economy, State Secretary, Slovak republic
  • Jerzy KWIECINSKI, Ministry of Economic Development, State Secretary, Poland
  • Vladimír BARTL, Ministry of Industry and Trade, Deputy Minister, Czech Republic
11.00 - 12.00 Highlighted lectures
  • Disruptive Technologies – Reaction of the Automotive Industry
    Presenter: Dr.-Ing. Joachim DAMASKY, Verband der Automobilindustrie, executive director
  • The effect of disruptive technologies on the B2B networks of the automotive industry
    Presenter: Bálint VÉGH, PricewaterhouseCoopers Magyarország Ltd., advisory manager
  • Self-driving vehicles from the Japanese perspective
    Presenter: Dr. László URBÁN, Magyar Suzuki Plc., Deputy CEO
12.00 - 12.20 Coffee break
12.20 - 13.05 Development and manufacturing
  • Challenges in future car manufacturing: Industry 4.0 and digitalization
    Presenter: Dr. Mark-Tell SCHNEIDER, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Ltd., IT Director
  • Technology development for intelligent transport
    Zoltán HORVÁTH, Robert Bosch Ltd., Head of Department
  • Introducing new technologies in the factory and through products
    Presenter: László JUHÁSZ, Audi Hungaria PLC. Vehicle Manufacturing Unit, director
13.05 - 14.00 Break
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Panel debate: Who will manufacture the cars of the future?
Keynote lecture

Will the cars of the future be set apart by their software?
Presenter: Árpád TAKÁCS, AImotive, Outreach Scientist
Panel discussion
Highlighted subjects:
• What will define the characteristics of intelligent vehicles?
• The car of the future: hardware or software product, or perhaps a service?
• What shifts are expected in the corporate manufacturing ecosystem?
Péter VITYI, IVSZ, vice-president
Representatives of automotive manufacturing corporations and software firms:
• Zsigmond VARGA, SAP Hungary, Business Development Director
Dr. Mark-Tell SCHNEIDER, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Hungary Ltd., IT Director
• Árpád TAKÁCS, AImotive, Outreach Scientist
• Dr. László URBÁN, Magyar Suzuki Plc., Deputy CEO

15.15 - 15.35 Coffee break
15.35 - 16.05
 
Education
  • Education at the service of intelligent transportation
    Presenter: Tamás KOZSIK, ELTE Informatics Faculty, vice dean
  • The educational and research activities of BME in domestic intelligent vehicle development
    Presenter: Dr. László VAJTA, BME, Automatics and Informatics Faculty, associate professor
16.05 - 16.35 Infrastructure
  • The opportunities offered by the test track of Zalaegerszeg
    Presenter: Zoltán HAMAR, Autóipari Próbapálya Zala Ltd., Technical Director
  • Developing communication systems for the transport systems of the future
    Presenter: István KEREKES, Ericsson Hungary R+D, Technology Officer
16.35 Closing address
Zoltán MARCZINKÓ, Ministry for National Economy, Deputy State Secretary for Priority Enterprise Relations

RESOTERER TRAINING AND SHOW

Óbuda University, Donát BÁNKI Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering has purchased and restored a Ford T-model to commemorate Mr József GALAMB. Many people participated in the project, including students, museum employees, engineers of Ford Motor Company, veteran autoclubs and collectors. During the process, a significant body of information was collected not only on the T-model, but on veteran cars and their restoration in general. Based on this knowledge base the faculty launched the Veteran vehicle restoration advanced training. Throughout these courses, the students will expand their knowledge regarding road vehicles, authentic, contemporary and advanced manufacturing environments, parts replacement methods, documenting and legal environment.

We reserve the right to change the programme!