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Want to become good at solving problems? Surround yourself with people who do it better than you. At our labs you will have the opportunity to get off the beaten idea track and face your challenges head-on. Run by experts, inspired by new ideas.

Labs

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 16:00–17:30

    Hacking AI - createIng value in your company

    • Nicole Büttner,

      CEO
    Merantix Labs

    Artificial Intelligence - everybody is talking about it, but why is it crucial to work with this technology? What value can it add to my organization and how do I start an AI project? In this short hands-on interactive lab, you will receive valuable insights, discuss concrete use cases, and learn how to make the first steps towards implementation. Based on actual use cases, you will learn in which areas AI can be used to create value for your company…

    Artificial Intelligence - everybody is talking about it, but why is it crucial to work with this technology? What value can it add to my organization and how do I start an AI project? In this short hands-on interactive lab, you will receive valuable insights, discuss concrete use cases, and learn how to make the first steps towards implementation. Based on actual use cases, you will learn in which areas AI can be used to create value for your company and your customers.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 14, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu, 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & 16:00–17:30

    How to Break Paradigms

    • Niclas Delfs,

      Co-Founder & Partner
    • Larissa Greth,

      Senior Strategist
    Morrow Ventures AG, Jung von Matt/Limmat

    Every industry, every company, every brand, every discipline has them: paradigms - unwritten assumptions and rules that shape our thinking and actions.
    -- What defines the industry
    -- What makes the company successful
    -- How people behave
    -- What a brand should do
    -- What we shouldn’t talk about

    Some paradigms make sense, some don’t. But above all, many have been around for so long that we have forgotten why they are there at all. The problem: they are our…

    Every industry, every company, every brand, every discipline has them: paradigms - unwritten assumptions and rules that shape our thinking and actions.
    -- What defines the industry
    -- What makes the company successful
    -- How people behave
    -- What a brand should do
    -- What we shouldn’t talk about

    Some paradigms make sense, some don’t. But above all, many have been around for so long that we have forgotten why they are there at all. The problem: they are our enemy if we want to be creative and innovative. Because they block lateral and new thinking. The opportunity: if we know how to find them, we can break them. We want to show how to recognize different paradigms and which tools and hacks can help to question them and to break them constructively to develop new creative ideas. When we start to feel uncomfortable, it gets exciting!

    Event Language: GER
    Event Location: Schiffbau, Schiffbaustrasse 4, 8005 Zürich, Digital Festival Lounge (Ground Floor)

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 16:00–17:30

    Digital strategy in place - what's next?

    • PASCAL MÜLLER,

      CO-FOUNDER, OPTION 4.0
    • TOBIAS MAISS,

      PROJECT MANAGER OPERATIONS & IOT SERVICES, OPTION 4.0
    • ELHAM KHATIBI,

      INTERNATIONAL PRODUCT MANAGER, GEBERIT INTERNATIONAL AG
    Option 4.0 AG & Geberit International AG

    Successful implementations from industrial practice, with methods and means for an SME.
    Many companies have already decided how to deal with digitalisation. But what then? How do I find my way through the jungle of methods? What is the most important thing? How do I use limited resources? Which new roles are needed for implementation? Do I need a data analyst, for example? Which organization really makes sense? Which tools and technologies? These are the questions we are confronted with…

    Successful implementations from industrial practice, with methods and means for an SME.
    Many companies have already decided how to deal with digitalisation. But what then? How do I find my way through the jungle of methods? What is the most important thing? How do I use limited resources? Which new roles are needed for implementation? Do I need a data analyst, for example? Which organization really makes sense? Which tools and technologies? These are the questions we are confronted with in our daily work with our customers.
    In this lab we will develop interactive solutions for the above mentioned questions together, taking into account our own references and experiences as well as the current challenges of our participants.

    Event language: GER
    Thursday eventlocation: Moods im Schiffbau, EG, Schiffbaustrasse 4, 8005 Zürich
    Friday eventlocation: Technopark, 2. floor, Room Fortran, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    Exergaming Robots work! Now what?

    • Sandra Schmid,

      Branding and People Management
    • Raja Dravid,

      Chief Business Development Officer
    ddrobotec® by Dynamic Devices AG

    We all need exercise, and know what can happen if we don't. Is it time consuming? Yes. Is it boring? Usually. Can it be done on the job? No. Does it require discipline? Definitely! Say one could combine bio-inspired robotics, AI and exergaming into a fun and simple 7-minute workout. Wouldn't that be a game changer in keeping fit? Couldn't that enhance every single aspect of the industry by simply keeping people out of pain, relaxed and happy? Come find…

    We all need exercise, and know what can happen if we don't. Is it time consuming? Yes. Is it boring? Usually. Can it be done on the job? No. Does it require discipline? Definitely! Say one could combine bio-inspired robotics, AI and exergaming into a fun and simple 7-minute workout. Wouldn't that be a game changer in keeping fit? Couldn't that enhance every single aspect of the industry by simply keeping people out of pain, relaxed and happy? Come find out.

    Eventsprache: GER/ENG
    Eventlocation: Technopark Zürich, Technoparkstrasse 1, Ground Floor, Tract Edison

  • Do., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & 16:00–17:30

    Ready for the future: your resilient self

    • Anja Peter,

      CEO
    Human Empowerment Center AG

    Time pressure, difficult situations in the team, the next restructuring: some master even a crisis with a smile, while others have a break down. The magic word in this game is resilience. It is your inner shield and helps you to persevere through major challenges.
    This lab gets to the bottom of the phenomenon of resilience. You will learn to train and sustainably improve your mental resilience. Uncertainty and setbacks cannot be prevented - but you can learn to deal…

    Time pressure, difficult situations in the team, the next restructuring: some master even a crisis with a smile, while others have a break down. The magic word in this game is resilience. It is your inner shield and helps you to persevere through major challenges.
    This lab gets to the bottom of the phenomenon of resilience. You will learn to train and sustainably improve your mental resilience. Uncertainty and setbacks cannot be prevented - but you can learn to deal with them better.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 15, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zurich

  • Thu, 17.9. 14:00-15:30 & Fri 18.9. 14:00-15:30

    Dream vs Reality: The road to exceptional customer experiences

    • Malve-Marie Böcker ,

      Head of Business Development & Commercial
    • Urs Bucher,

      Director New Business Schweiz
    Netcentric, A Cognizant Digital Business

    The customer is at the heart of digitalization. Now more than ever, they need to feel valued and excited by the brands they interact with. It’s necessary for marketing teams to make sure customer dreams come true and create exceptional customer experiences, anytime, anywhere.
    But in reality, even leading brands often struggle with seamless CX. For example, they keep bombarding you with discounts for the product you just bought on another device, or try to convince you not to miss…

    The customer is at the heart of digitalization. Now more than ever, they need to feel valued and excited by the brands they interact with. It’s necessary for marketing teams to make sure customer dreams come true and create exceptional customer experiences, anytime, anywhere.
    But in reality, even leading brands often struggle with seamless CX. For example, they keep bombarding you with discounts for the product you just bought on another device, or try to convince you not to miss out on your stay in that lovely place you already booked 3 days ago.
    In our interactive lab, we will identify the most common Digital Marketing challenges that keep you from achieving your objectives. Using our proven Pains/Gains double-diamond approach, we will give insights on how to overcome those challenges and create personalized customer experiences.

    Event Language: GER
    Event Location: Moods im Schiffbau, EG, Schiffbaustrasse 4, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    Ship the Sh*t!

    • Robert Vogt,

      Digital Strategist
    • Nadia Posch,

      Digital Solutions Engineer
    • Mirco Strässle,

      Digital Solutions Engineer
    smartive AG

    Many "Big Bang" projects fail, some are more expensive than expected or are delivered too late. Agile methods promise improvement, but often headwinds. Nobody wants to deliver a half-finished product! How expensive will the final product be? And when will it be ready? In our interactive use a case study to work out how to focus on the most important aspects of a digital product so that it can be brought.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: smartive AG, Pfingstweidstrasse 60,

    Many "Big Bang" projects fail, some are more expensive than expected or are delivered too late. Agile methods promise improvement, but often headwinds. Nobody wants to deliver a half-finished product! How expensive will the final product be? And when will it be ready? In our interactive use a case study to work out how to focus on the most important aspects of a digital product so that it can be brought.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: smartive AG, Pfingstweidstrasse 60, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    Digital competence as a success factor

    • Markus Dobbelfeld,

      Digital Veteran
    • Frederik Thomas,

      Digital Veteran
    Search & Co.

    The ultimate success factor in digital change is not technology - but people. More important than digital skills are social and psychological strengths, e.g. the ability to lead virtual teams, to endure uncertainty, to withstand ambivalence and to react quickly and flexibly to unforeseeable changes. In this interactive lab, we will assess your personal innovative capacity with the 'Digital Potential Assessment'. We also look at how to identify and close digital skills gaps and how organizations must change to attract…

    The ultimate success factor in digital change is not technology - but people. More important than digital skills are social and psychological strengths, e.g. the ability to lead virtual teams, to endure uncertainty, to withstand ambivalence and to react quickly and flexibly to unforeseeable changes. In this interactive lab, we will assess your personal innovative capacity with the 'Digital Potential Assessment'. We also look at how to identify and close digital skills gaps and how organizations must change to attract digital talent.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: TMI Trade Marketing Intelligence AG, 3rd floor, Josefstrasse 216, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    Bug Bounty at Swiss Post - Securing Digital Trust

    • Sandro Nafzger,

      Head of Bug Bounty at Swiss Post
    Die Schweizerische Post

    What does Swiss Post do to continuously improve the security of its digital products? Are the usual measures at all sufficient in the rapidly changing digital world? How do we cooperate with a global community of ethical hackers? What are the stumbling blocks? Is the bug bounty programme about more than just cyber security? Sandro Nafzger, head of Bug Bounty at Swiss Post, answers and discusses these questions.

    Event Language: GER
    Event location: TBS Marken Partner AG, Attic floor, Raum

    What does Swiss Post do to continuously improve the security of its digital products? Are the usual measures at all sufficient in the rapidly changing digital world? How do we cooperate with a global community of ethical hackers? What are the stumbling blocks? Is the bug bounty programme about more than just cyber security? Sandro Nafzger, head of Bug Bounty at Swiss Post, answers and discusses these questions.

    Event Language: GER
    Event location: TBS Marken Partner AG, Attic floor, Raum für Inspiration, Schiffbaustrasse 10, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    „Stuck in the middle?“ Innovation/Digitization in SMEs

    • Isabel Koller,

      CEO figure IT
    • Silvan Wildhaber,

      CEO Filtex Ltd.
    figure IT & Filtex Ltd.

    SMEs often do not have su!cient knowledge and resources to find their way in the digitalization and innovation jungle. Where should the knowledge about future topics and suitable solutions come from? At the same time, start-ups o"er promising solutions to make everyday business easier for SMEs. But how do startups get in contact with SMEs? Isabel Koller from the start-up figureIT and Silvan Wildhaber from the 101-year-old textile company Filtex AG invite you to think along. We want to use…

    SMEs often do not have su!cient knowledge and resources to find their way in the digitalization and innovation jungle. Where should the knowledge about future topics and suitable solutions come from? At the same time, start-ups o"er promising solutions to make everyday business easier for SMEs. But how do startups get in contact with SMEs? Isabel Koller from the start-up figureIT and Silvan Wildhaber from the 101-year-old textile company Filtex AG invite you to think along. We want to use your swarm intelligence and jointly design a web app that asks SMEs the right questions in just a few minutes and provides concrete recommendations for action, including partner suggestions!

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 12, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich

  • Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30 & 16:00–17:30

    What innovative collaboration requires of supervisors

    • Manuel Marquina,

      Gebietsleiter Zürich Swisscom
    Swisscom (Schweiz) AG

    Modern forms of collaboration are about much more than just using the latest tools: They involve a change of culture and leadership that you must model. There is no clearer proof of the importance of good leadership than a situation in which, from one day to the next, your employees are no longer permitted to come to the office and yet your business is supposed to continue.
    This requires you to communicate properly, build trust and ensure that key processes…

    Modern forms of collaboration are about much more than just using the latest tools: They involve a change of culture and leadership that you must model. There is no clearer proof of the importance of good leadership than a situation in which, from one day to the next, your employees are no longer permitted to come to the office and yet your business is supposed to continue.
    This requires you to communicate properly, build trust and ensure that key processes are formalized and objectives are clearly defined. In our lab, you will learn from experts how to lead efficiently across teams, collaborate and exchange know-how. Working in small groups, you will address questions such as: How can I communicate most effectively if the people I am communicating with are not all on-site? In the end, you will share your findings with the other participants.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Swisscom Tower, 15th floor, Hardturmstrasse 3, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 16:00–17:30

    Digital life, health and solidarity

    Stiftung Sanitas Krankenversicherung

    Lifelogging already features in the development of behavioural based products. Tachographs are already being used for car insurance, for example. But what about healthcare? How does health tracking affect social solidarity? Are people likely to abandon their traditional principles in favour of personalised offers with individual benefits? And what does the future hold for digital self-tracking? In this LAB, future researcher Stefan Pabst and study lead Michael Hermann interpret fascinating insights from the 2020 Data Society and Solidarity survey and…

    Lifelogging already features in the development of behavioural based products. Tachographs are already being used for car insurance, for example. But what about healthcare? How does health tracking affect social solidarity? Are people likely to abandon their traditional principles in favour of personalised offers with individual benefits? And what does the future hold for digital self-tracking? In this LAB, future researcher Stefan Pabst and study lead Michael Hermann interpret fascinating insights from the 2020 Data Society and Solidarity survey and pose thought-provoking questions to encourage LAB visitors to play an active role in shaping solidarity in our digital age.
    This LAB is hosted by the Sanitas foundation which commissions the annual Data Society and Solidarity survey.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: TMI Trade Marketing Intelligence AG, 3rd floor, Josefstrasse 216, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & Fri., 18.09. 16:00–17:30

    Innovation Speed - Too slow or too fast?

    • Dieter Müller,

      Data Management Lead
    • Thomas Brupbacher,

      Data Management IT Lead
    Belimo Automation AG

    The adaptation of digitization can not only be too slow but also too fast. The slow movers are overtaken by the fast ones. Those who are too fast consume too many resources and can be very short-lived. Is my organization on the optimal path? What are the advantages for Swiss companies in a global environment? Experiences of small world market leaders, the 'hidden champions,' are compared with your own experiences in the lab.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st

    The adaptation of digitization can not only be too slow but also too fast. The slow movers are overtaken by the fast ones. Those who are too fast consume too many resources and can be very short-lived. Is my organization on the optimal path? What are the advantages for Swiss companies in a global environment? Experiences of small world market leaders, the 'hidden champions,' are compared with your own experiences in the lab.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 13, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich

  • Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30 & 16:00–17:30

    Technologies and platforms underpinning the gaming and esports industry

    • Ron Morrow,

      HeroFest Projekt Manager
    HeroFest / Bernexpo AG

    Gaming and Esports are two intertwined industries that have been on the rise for many years now. As they’ve grown, supporting companies and products have found their way into the fabric and become as much of a household name as the games themselves. Why have platforms such as Discord and Twitch been able to seemingly explode onto the scene?
    This lab provides a broad, but current, overview of the industry and the players within it. We aim to cover the…

    Gaming and Esports are two intertwined industries that have been on the rise for many years now. As they’ve grown, supporting companies and products have found their way into the fabric and become as much of a household name as the games themselves. Why have platforms such as Discord and Twitch been able to seemingly explode onto the scene?
    This lab provides a broad, but current, overview of the industry and the players within it. We aim to cover the needs and wants of the market segment, and hopefully inspire ideas that SMEs and Innovation Labs can bring to reality.

    Event language: ENG
    Event location: Technopark, 2nd floor, Room Cobol, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu, 17.09. 14:00–15:30

    From manual interaction to digital journey

    • Philippe Hefti,

      Digital Expert
    • Ana Ivic,

      UX/UI Designer
    Open Web Technology, Swisscom Digital Technology

    Do you want to learn how a digital experience is created? In our digital lab, it takes us less than 90 minutes to go through all the developmental steps required to digitise a manual process.
    After our interactive lab, you will also know what we mean by “brown paper” and “rapid prototyping” and how we use these. Using a concrete case study, we will work together to conjure up a clickable prototype on your mobile device. You will get to…

    Do you want to learn how a digital experience is created? In our digital lab, it takes us less than 90 minutes to go through all the developmental steps required to digitise a manual process.
    After our interactive lab, you will also know what we mean by “brown paper” and “rapid prototyping” and how we use these. Using a concrete case study, we will work together to conjure up a clickable prototype on your mobile device. You will get to know the cornerstones of successful digital projects. In times of volatility, proven methodologies are particularly important and provide structure and clarity.
    Call into our lab! We look forward to seeing you.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Swisscom Tower, 15th floor, Hardturmstrasse 3, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & 16:00–17:30

    Ascento robot - build your own miniature model

    • Dominik Mannhart,

      Instructor
    • Ciro Salzmann,

      Instructor
    • Victor Klemm,

      Instructor
    Ascento & ETH Zurich

    In this Lab we will assemble a 1:5 scale model of the Ascento robot will be assembled. After a live demo of the real robot each participant receives 3d-printed parts, which they can dye and assemble. Meanwhile, a brainstorming sessions on real-world applications of mobile robots takes place. The finished model has moving parts and can be taken home. See the Ascento robot in action: http://tiny.cc/ascento

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Technopark, 2nd floor, Room Fortran, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

    In this Lab we will assemble a 1:5 scale model of the Ascento robot will be assembled. After a live demo of the real robot each participant receives 3d-printed parts, which they can dye and assemble. Meanwhile, a brainstorming sessions on real-world applications of mobile robots takes place. The finished model has moving parts and can be taken home. See the Ascento robot in action: http://tiny.cc/ascento

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Technopark, 2nd floor, Room Fortran, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

  • Do, 17.09. 14:00–15:30

    Digital Walkabout – connecting, randomizing and reflecting

    • Charlotte Axelsson,

      Project Leader
    ZHdK

    In our experimental mixed-reality workshop we explore methods for the future: How can randomness, play, hacking and improvisation be used for connectivity, sharing, empathy and curiosity? - First, we explore di!erent scenarios in a walk-about, then we will discuss and reflect in a talk-about.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: ZHDK, 2nd floor, Workshop Space, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, 8005 Zürich

    In our experimental mixed-reality workshop we explore methods for the future: How can randomness, play, hacking and improvisation be used for connectivity, sharing, empathy and curiosity? - First, we explore di!erent scenarios in a walk-about, then we will discuss and reflect in a talk-about.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: ZHDK, 2nd floor, Workshop Space, Pfingstweidstrasse 96, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 16:00–17:30

    Data-driven Services for SMEs

    • Jürg Meierhofer,

      COORDINATOR INDUSTRY 4.0, SENIOR LECTURER, CONSULTANT
    ZHAW / Swiss Alliance for Data-Intensive Services

    The use of data such as Big Data, Data Science, Advanced Analytics, or Artificial Intelligence is becoming an increasingly important issue for SMEs. If used properly, these innovative technologies can become a decisive element in competition. Of primary importance here is the question of how an SME creates value for its customers and itself with data and smart services based on it. The focus must always be on economic benefits. This must be consistently oriented towards users and customers and…

    The use of data such as Big Data, Data Science, Advanced Analytics, or Artificial Intelligence is becoming an increasingly important issue for SMEs. If used properly, these innovative technologies can become a decisive element in competition. Of primary importance here is the question of how an SME creates value for its customers and itself with data and smart services based on it. The focus must always be on economic benefits. This must be consistently oriented towards users and customers and generate added value for their business processes. The Successful implementation of Smart Services must be designed based on the business benefit and at the same time harness the potential of new technologies. This requires novel methodical approaches.

    In this lab, you can bring in your own Service Challenge from your company and work out possible solutions for data-driven services in small groups in co-creation mode together with other participants.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 12, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    Agile Game Experience: Let’s play!

    • Felix Schmorell,

      Head of Engineering
    • Gianmarco Pani,

      Head of Testing
    Greenliff

    In this interactive lab, you will take on different roles in the team (project manager, developer, tester, etc.) and solve a task together. First, you apply the classic waterfall approach and continue working a bit more agile in each round - until you are entirely agile. While everything is quite relaxed in the beginning, it becomes more and more hectic towards the end, but also more efficient. Our goal is to gain a shared understanding of this particular situation and…

    In this interactive lab, you will take on different roles in the team (project manager, developer, tester, etc.) and solve a task together. First, you apply the classic waterfall approach and continue working a bit more agile in each round - until you are entirely agile. While everything is quite relaxed in the beginning, it becomes more and more hectic towards the end, but also more efficient. Our goal is to gain a shared understanding of this particular situation and the relationships between roles. You will get to know the application of agile methods in a fresh and entertaining way.

    Event language: GER/ENG
    Thursday event location: Technopark, 3. floor, room 3006, tract Darwin, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich
    Friday event location: Technopark, 2. floor, room Fortran, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & Fri., 18.09. 14:00–15:30

    Wine with Depth: How Bindella Navigates Digital Waters

    • Adrian Wenzl,

      Director Performance Marketing Webrepublic
    • ALEXANDER MAYCOCK,

      HEAD OF MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS / CHAIRMAN OF THE MANAGEMENT BOARD AT BINDELLA
    Webrepublic & Bindella

    Bindella – la vita e bella. This is how the Zurich wine merchant advertises its products and the associated lifestyle. Through the support of the digital marketing agency Webrepublic, the long-established company is now also at home in digital waters. In a dialogue, both companies report on the challenges SMEs face in digital marketing and discuss how they can compete with large corporations and online pure players. The lab will present promising strategies for SMEs and use concrete examples from…

    Bindella – la vita e bella. This is how the Zurich wine merchant advertises its products and the associated lifestyle. Through the support of the digital marketing agency Webrepublic, the long-established company is now also at home in digital waters. In a dialogue, both companies report on the challenges SMEs face in digital marketing and discuss how they can compete with large corporations and online pure players. The lab will present promising strategies for SMEs and use concrete examples from Bindella to illustrate how digital communication and sales channels can be used profitably. In an interactive exercise, the participants will test a not yet used digital channel for its suitability and effectiveness.

    Event Language: GER
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 14, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich

  • Thu., 17.09. 16:00–17:30 & Fri., 18.09. 16:00–17:30

    Influencers in Uniform - Policing in Social Web

    • Lt Michael Wirz,

      Head of Media and Communication
    • Rahel Egli,

      Internet Community Police Officer
    Stadtpolizei Winterthur

    The Social Web has changed policing, as the lives of many citizens are now increasingly taking place online. It is therefore the task of the police to adapt to this social change and to be present and responsive in the Social Web.
    In recent years, Michael Wirz has intensively dealt with the topic "digitalisation of administrative communication". Today, the trained police officer is responsible for communications at the Winterthur City Police, one of the leading corps in this field. Rahel…

    The Social Web has changed policing, as the lives of many citizens are now increasingly taking place online. It is therefore the task of the police to adapt to this social change and to be present and responsive in the Social Web.
    In recent years, Michael Wirz has intensively dealt with the topic "digitalisation of administrative communication". Today, the trained police officer is responsible for communications at the Winterthur City Police, one of the leading corps in this field. Rahel Egli, PO with the Winterthur City Police, is the first policewoman in Switzerland with a TikTok profile. She now has 100,000 followers and her posts have been liked over a million times. The two give insights into their everyday life and discuss the opportunities and dangers of digital police work.

    Event language: GER
    Event location: TBS Marken Partner AG, Attic floor, Raum für Inspiration, Schiffbaustrasse 10, 8005 Zürich

  • Do., 17.09. 14:00–15:30 & 16:00–17:30

    The Virtual And Augmented Reality Experience

    • Lukas Schleuniger,

      Founder
    Red or Blue Labs AG

    Red or Blue Labs will take you on a journey through the latest trends and applications in the Virtual and Augmented Reality space. Experience VR and AR first hand and profit from the learnings and insights of our Virtual Reality Lab. Learn about rapid developments in technology, new applications, or gather inspiration for how VR and AR can impact your life.

    Event language: ENG/GER
    Event location: Technopark, 2nd floor, Room Cobol, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

    Red or Blue Labs will take you on a journey through the latest trends and applications in the Virtual and Augmented Reality space. Experience VR and AR first hand and profit from the learnings and insights of our Virtual Reality Lab. Learn about rapid developments in technology, new applications, or gather inspiration for how VR and AR can impact your life.

    Event language: ENG/GER
    Event location: Technopark, 2nd floor, Room Cobol, Technoparkstrasse 1, 8005 Zürich

  • 5 steps to establish a high-performance culture

    • Steven Neubauer,

      CEO
    Comparis

    To establish a high-performance culture, an organization needs to answer 5 questions: 1. Why do we exist? 2. How do we get there? What do we need to do? 3. Who leads us there? 4. How do we (need to) behave? (5) How do we excel at the "boring stuff" (governance, processes, collaboration, etc.)?
    This lab provides an answer to each of these questions and provided an open discussion forum to challenge and improve these propositions.

    Event language: GER/ENG
    Event…

    To establish a high-performance culture, an organization needs to answer 5 questions: 1. Why do we exist? 2. How do we get there? What do we need to do? 3. Who leads us there? 4. How do we (need to) behave? (5) How do we excel at the "boring stuff" (governance, processes, collaboration, etc.)?
    This lab provides an answer to each of these questions and provided an open discussion forum to challenge and improve these propositions.

    Event language: GER/ENG
    Event location: Kulturpark, 1st floor, Room 13, Pfingstweidstrasse 16, 8005 Zürich