Boris Wenzel

Founder
TIC 4.0

Seasoned CEO with strong focus on strategy and change-management. Twenty years’ experience in senior leadership positions in Asia and Europe backed by early experience as a turn-around specialist and proven track record in building successful teams and creating shareholder value. Multi-industry, multi-company and multi-continent experience in diverse cultural environments and solid experience representing interests of financial institutions & PE type investors. Passionate communicator able to build trust and to convince stakeholders to envision and support important transformations of the business or of the industry.

Extensive negotiation and lobbying experience dealing at the top governmental levels in Europe, Asia and South America, as well as EU institutions.

Sessions

Extracting the most value from your terminal with big data and analytics projects
Wednesday 19th May 2021, 5:15PM – 6:15PM BST
With the collection of high-quality data becoming more efficient each year, we will investigate how terminals can extract the greatest value from their data to increase visibility and drive-up productivity.

• How Big Data and Analytics can provide ‘continuous improvement’ in the terminal.
• How the IoT and a digital platform help to fully digitise terminals, collect data from every machine on site and facilitate a smooth implementation to automated solutions.
• Deeper insights and how they can read data and allow terminals to react to real-time problems, predict future situations and prevent issues.
• Training management to take full advantage of Big Data and Analytics technologies.
• Can Big Data and Analytics yield the same value in smaller or less equipped terminals?
The Future of Standardisation and Data Sharing
Wednesday 19th May 2021, 2:00PM – 3:00PM BST
With Industry standards being developed on multiple fronts, can terminals continue down this path of standardising data and ensure high levels of adoption and adherence. This session will discuss the next steps towards standardisation and the consider the future of the industry if we accept the universal sharing of personal data be an unrealistic prospect.

• If Data is the new oil, how can we expect terminal operators to share data as competitive businesses.
• What can we learn from other industries with greater standardisation?
• Can you share the needed data while protecting personal business data? Or is there a large overlap between the two and what incentive is required?
• How digitalisation and automation will become easier if the industry aligns by making projects consistent and repeatable.