Company Visit at Grundfos

Visit Grundfos and discover how they work with product leadership and leverage their insights and knowledge beyond the pump. You also get the opportunity to learn from former Ph.D.’s now working with technology development and Big Data.

2018.01.18 | Christina Birch

Date Thu 24 May
Time 12:00 17:00
Location Tba.

Lean how digitalization will enable Grundfos’ 2020 strategy.

Did you know that every day, 45 million cubic metres of clean water are wasted due to leaking water pipes? Now imagine if drones could automatically detect and fix leakages based on sensors and satellite data. Just like electronics revolutionized the pump in 1982, digitalization will be the next revolution, and it will allow Grundfos to contribute to address very complex challenges like the UNs Sustainable Development Goals no. 6, clean water and sanitation for all and no. 13, climate action.

Visit Grundfos and discover how they work with product leadership and leverage their insights and knowledge beyond the pump through digitalization utilizing Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and connect the pump to a larger eco-system of data. You also get the opportunity to learn from former Ph.D.’s now working with technology development and Big Data.  

Target group: The event is broadly targeted at PhDs and junior researchers from ST and BSS. This includes, but is not limited to, educations and fields of study such as Engineering, Physics, Mathematics and Mathematics-Economics, Business (with a focus on digital transformation) and IT. 

 

Agenda:

13.00-13.30 Welcome and intro to Grundfos by Mogens Qvist Frandsen, Chief Business Partner

13.30-14.15: Digitalization in Grundfos by Marianne Kjeldgaard Knudsen, Senior Director Digital Offerings

14.15-14.30: Coffee break

14.30-15.15: Tour of Digital Commercial Offerings facilities and Grundfos Future Lab

15.15-15.55: A day of a former Ph.D. at Grundfos; Technology & Innovation; Big Data and IoT Lab

15.55-16.00 Good bye and final questions by Mogens Qvist Frandsen, Chief Business Partner

 

PhD students