April 20, 2021 - April 22, 2021
Semiconductors Enabling a Digital, Secure, and Sustainable Future
The Virtual Industry Strategy Symposium Europe—ISS Europe gathers executives and high-level experts to provide microelectronics market projections and insights into the latest economic and societal trends, geopolitics, and technologies shaped by the microelectronics industry. Access valuable strategic content and network with other executives to help identify new business opportunities and grow your business.
ISS Europe 2021 Program
ISS Europe 2021 will promote European partnerships to overcome global challenges, address focused themes towards strengthening Europe's digital and technological sovereignty enabling industry growth and leadership in the digital age:
DAY 1: The Digital Transformation of Europe’s Economies and Societies
The digital transformation of Europe’s economies and societies is accelerating. It is entering a next phase, fueled by a fusion of technologies that gradually blur the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres. New technologies – and the new business models they enable, building on the use of data – are progressively coming to maturity for at-scale deployment, and will increasingly impact all sectors of the economy.
DAY 2: Sustainability Strategies for a Climate-neutral Europe by 2050
Manufacturing is going through a major transition period. A growing number of industries and companies are working on their sustainability strategies and ways to take their responsibility. The European Commission 1B euro initiative under Green Deal aims at accelerating a sustainable transition to a climate-neutral Europe by 2050. But where do you start and what actions can you take, big or small, to be a part of creating a more sustainable industry? This session is going to review and assess global trends and extract key directions and opportunities for the European industries to excel.
DAY 3: Healthcare for the Future
The COVID 19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of innovative practices across all patient services. At the same time, health is increasingly central to innovation projects as we seek to try and ensure the provision of affordable care to an ageing society. On this day we will discuss the integral part of technology at all stages of healthcare provision; a move to “24 hour” care to match the expectations of patients and ensuring the efficient use of high-cost equipment as well as the increasing integration between traditional "pharma” and technology as drug development, delivery and monitoring become increasingly digitised.