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A.I. for Biomanufacturing Operations Management
Business Village Ecolys - Avenue d'Ecolys 2, 5020 Namur 
Strat from 17h30

Filling the efficiency gap: increase resource yield and reduce deviation time cycles !

Audience de l'auditorium

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Welcome drink

Start from 17h30

Automated deviation writing with AI
By Sagacify

Kevin Francoisse - CEO


Talent Challenges
by Essenscia

Rose-May Delrue - Talents advisor


BioMan Project
by BioWin

Thierry Ferain - Innovation Manager 


Planning & Scheduling with AI
by Rombio

Michael Saint-Guillain - CEO

By Infopole

Jean-Philippe Parmentier - Director


Followed by a networking session and a walking diner

by Rose-May Delrue

The Belgian federation for the chemical and life sciences industry essenscia will introduce by talking about challenges of the artificial intelligence in the biopharmaceutical environment.

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by Michael Saint-Guillain

Rombio will present its tool that incorporates AI developed at UCLouvain, which does not require big data. Initially developed with NASA to plan space missions, the technology now enables companies to increase their production capacity, based on simple rules defined by the user. With the same resources and under the same conditions, a Bio-pharma company has:

  • increased its production by several batches per year

  • while reducing risks

by Kevin Francoisse

Sagacify is a leading Belgian AI expert, helping you design, build and integrate AI-based solutions to optimize operational and production processes. They will present two major innovations:

  • An assistance system for writing deviations and investigation reports - a potential save of thousands working hours a year !

  • An intelligent chatbot that integrates regulatory knowledge and GMP - 80% of the work could be automated !

Save time by simplifying your processes while remaining compliant! Live demonstration.


by Thierry Ferain

BioWin is the Health Cluster of Wallonia, Belgium. They are the regional reference holder for all stakeholders in innovative R&I projects in health biotechnology and medical technologies, whether they are companies, research centers or universities. They also aim to promote Wallonia internationally as a world-class life sciences environment for academic, clinical and industrial research.

Thierry will present the BioMan project: a project aimed at promoting the digitalization of bioprocesses as part of the "Industry of the Future" initiative.


by Jean-Philippe Parmentier

INFOPOLE is the Digital Cluster of Wallonia, Belgium. As the digital referent of the Digital Walllonia regional strategy, their goal is to bring together and activate digital communities and users to accelerate technology adoption and digital excellence. 


Jean-Philippe will present the Walloon initiatives through to support projects linked to Artificial Intelligence.​

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