The Irinyi Plan is a strategy unveiled by Hungarian Minister of National Economy Mihaly Varga, designed to generate the driving force required for long-term economic growth. The Plan aims to turn Hungary into one of the most highly developed industrial sectors in Europe by the year 2020. For this plan to become a reality, a change in mindset is necessary, changing Hungary into an innovation-intensive nation, and introducing the latest automation and other technological advances in the manufacturing sector.
Challenge Advisory aim to assist Hungary in achieving the Irinyi Plan by inviting Europe's brightest minds to discuss the latest industry practices ahead of IIoT and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. There will be opportunity to participate in panel discussions, workshops and business roundtables over two days of industry education and business development. Join the discussions for change at the Buddha-Bar Hotel in Budapest.
Since January 2008, Anton Huber has been the President and CEO of the Industry Automation Division of Siemens, an 8 billion Euro organization employing 42.000 people worldwide.
Barry L. Shoop has made contributions across the breadth of IEEE that have changed the very fabric of its operations and governance, from local geographic units to the Board of Directors.
Minister Mihály Varga is a Hungarian politician, current Minister of National Economy since 2013. He also served as Minister of Finance between 2001 and 2002.
Robert Bosch GmbH, or Bosch, is a German multinational engineering and electronics company headquartered in Gerlingen, near Stuttgart, Germany. It is the world's largest supplier of automotive components measured by 2011 revenues.
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Honeywell International, Inc. is an American multinational conglomerate company that produces a variety of commercial and consumer products, engineering services and aerospace systems for a wide variety of customers.
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For organisations aiming to achieve market entry, The Irinyi Plan 2016 represents a huge opportunity to enter the European market in a region where market potential is high and competition is relatively low. In an effort to boost the economy, Hungarian organisations will be in attendance in order to discuss best industrial practices and to establish partnerships with prominent organisations across the world. There is also an opportunity to showcase disruptive technology to a highly influential delegation spanning the entirety of Europe, and encourage trade and profitable business development.
- Health and Tourism
- Vehicle Manufacturing
- Specialised Machinery and Equipment
- Developing an Innovation Culture
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The Irinyi Plan 2016 is part of Challenge Advisory's initiative to prepare the world for the changes brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution. To download a breakdown of the streams for the Irinyi Plan 2016, please click below.Download >
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The Irinyi Plan is set to accelerate the Fourth Industrial Revolution, especially in Eastern and Central Europe. The stakeholders for Irinyi Plan 2016 represent suppliers, customers and beneficiaries along the value chain of the innovation and development expected.