At the NIT, you will learn about the latest technologies in numerous workshops and lectures. Together with our renowned trainers and teachers, you will consider the potential applications of these technologies at your company. You will gain an in-depth insight into the world of technology and learn about trendsetting keywords such as blockchain and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Current findings in science and practice enable you to understand modern production processes and try them out in experiments. You will learn about production opportunities opened up by 3D printing and, most importantly, how you can integrate all of these changes for some purpose in your business processes.
Would you like to delve deeper into our forward-looking topics or learn the latest innovation methods? We are happy to offer you various formats for the following exciting topics: Depending on your needs, our offers can be booked as keynote speeches or workshops over half a day, one or two days. Individual formats for your team are also possible. Unless otherwise stated, dates, prices and language (English or German) are available on request. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
Dr. Johannes Hinckeldeyn
Hamburg University of Technology
As a digital currency, bitcoin has attracted a lot of attention in recent years. However, the underlying technology of the so-called blockchain cannot only be used as a decentralised means of payment, but rather, blockchain enables the secure exchange of values and the unchangeable storage of data.
The field of application ranges from the supply chain to payment processing and data archives
Get a detailed insight into the concept of blockchain and an assessment of strengths and weaknesses of this technology. Interested participants will be given a scheme to evaluate the applicability of Blockchain technology in their own company. Existing ideas and application examples are demonstrated and made tangible with real-life projects.
M.Sc. Head of Additive Academy at Fraunhofer IAPT
3D printing technology has become an indispensable part of industry. Its rapid development has opened up fascinating opportunities for countless fields such as medical technology, aviation, the automotive industry and mechanical engineering. But, for many companies, this technology is still a dream of the future because they lack an understanding of its possibilities.
The offer will show you business cases in additive manufacturing and will develop an awareness of the related challenges in technology management. Through the well-founded assessment of our experts, the current fields of action, application possibilities, and future developments in 3D printing are identified and evaluated.
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Managers and decision makers in the field of additive manufacturing
On-site demonstration of the digital process chain and plant technology. Best practice applications and business models, business cases.
Ends with an NIT Certificate of Participation.
Industrial engineer, lecturer, Digital Expert & Entrepreneur
Next date: March 18, 2020, 2 - 6 p.m.
The term AI is ubiquitous and is considered the next industrial revolution due to its disruptive impact on virtually all industries. Artificial intelligence is the umbrella term for machines and programs which, like humans, can learn, judge and solve problems independently by evaluating enormous amounts of data.
With the right application, extremely high automation potentials and the associated cost savings can be realized.
AI in the entrepreneurial practice (Focus: Marketing)
Become able to speak and get a comprehensive overview of the topic AI with this introductory workshop. However, the offer goes one step further and does not only give a general insight, but also shows explicit application possibilities of this technology in business practice with a focus on Marketing & Sales. Learn which skills will be required in the future so that you can successfully manage your plans and projects.
Managing directors, executives, Project Manager / Groups, Team Leader, Interested parties
Dialogue lectures, Discussions, Case studies
Ends with an NIT Certificate of Participation.
As you study the modules from our curriculum, you prepare for a modern, agile and digital work environment. Through our innovative learning concept, you focus on learning through many dynamic, practical and socially integrated projects. A module consists of several weekend workshops, self-study time and individual online coaching.
In the Digital Supply Chain module, students deal with the effects of disruptive technologies such as blockchain technology or the Internet of Things. They will also assess their impact on the logistics industry and the management of global supply chains in a digital world. Strategies for reducing environmental impact in logistics are identified and further developed.
Introduction to logistics, supply chain and supply chain management:
The impact of disruptive technologies, understanding the risks and opportunities for the logistics industry and global supply chains:
Managing new supply chain risks and creating resilient supply chains in a digital world.
The environmental imperative:
In this module, students learn how to acquire, cleanse, and transform large amounts of data online using various techniques. The aim is to explore, visualize, and model the related data in a target-oriented way, using modern methods of machine learning.
After completing this module, students will be able to:
On request, we would be pleased to put together an individual offer of workshops or keynotes for you. Feel free to contact us!
Manager Lifelong Learning
+49 40 42878 3569
The Input Session "Big Data" is part of the module Innovation Methods.
The module "Design Thinking" is part of the Complementary Studies of the master's program in Technology Management.
This 2-day, intensive training introduces you to programming, machine learning, and digital leadership. Instruction is in German.