19-20 February 2019 Bad Nauheim, Germany

Assembly Engineering 2019

with OEM reports from BMW, Daimler, Ford, Honda, Nissan, Renault, Toyota and Volkswagen!

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19-20 February 2019 Bad Nauheim, Germany

Assembly Engineering 2019

with OEM reports from BMW, Daimler, Ford, Honda, Nissan, Renault, Toyota and Volkswagen!

Agenda

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

9.00h Welcome and conference introduction
Katharina Röder, Automotive Circle, DE
PROCESS OPTIMIZATION IN ASSEMBLY AND LOGISTICS
9.15h Award contest!
Object coupled assembling system
Jörg Melchinger, Daimler AG, DE
9.45h Award contest!
Flexible production line and parts flow concept for managing diversity
Naoki Ishida, Nissan Motor Co., JP
10.15h Award contest!
Just in time kit supply by FIFO logistic system
Daisuke Hashimoto, Shinji Tanino, Honda Engineering Co, Ltd.
10.45h Coffee & contacts
11.15h Revolution in final assembly through flexible cell production
Tobias Herwig, IPO.Plan GmbH, DE
11.45h Pluggable busbar system for flexible energy supply at assembly workstations
N.N., BMW Group, DE; Paul Dick, eepos GmbH, DE
12.15h Luncheon
NEW TECHNOLOGIES FROM THE SMART FACTORY
14.15h Human-robot-collaboration in final assembly: Challenges and solutions
Johannes Kurth, Kuka Systems GmbH, DE
14.45h ColRobot: Collaborative robotics for assembly and kitting in smart manufacturing
Gabriel Audry, Renault S.A.S., Olivier Gibaru, Arts et Métiers Paristech, FR
15.15h Versatile and customized automation in the automotive assembly shown on the example of human-robot cooperation in underbody assembly
Matthias Scholer, Prof. Rainer Müller, ZeMA gGmbH, DE
15.45h Coffee & contacts
16.15h Information systems for industry 4.0 processes
Gerhard Eichner, DE Group, DE
16.45h Human centric assembly validation - The Operator 4.0
Andre Rückert, ESI Software Germany GmbH, DE
17.15h End of conference day
18.30h Networking Night at z.w.o. Tapas-Bar


Wednesday, 20 February 2019

NEW TECHNOLOGIES FROM THE SMART FACTORY
8.30h Award contest!
Ford Cologne Plant goes VIRTUAL! The secret behind a successful transformation of an assembly plant with 1000 people.
Sara Gielen, Ford-Werke GmbH, DE
9.00h Award contest!
Virtual commissioning at BMW: An effective method and its challenges for an efficient and comprehensive use in the course of digital equipment planning (digital twins)
Martin Langosch, Markus Baumann, BMW Group, DE
9.30h Award contest!
Work efficiency with wireless technology in vehicle performance line
Naoya Yukimoto, Toyota Motor Corporation, JP; Le Khoa Nguyen, Toyota Motor Europe, GB
10.00h Maturity level models for the evaluation of the digitalization progress of assembly-intensive production processes
Prof. Dr. Tobias Kaupp, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt, DE
10.30h Coffee & contacts
CYBER SECURITY
11.00h Risk analysis and threat analysis – the starting point of an effective security concept
Dr. Joachim Leder, KnüvenerMackert GmbH, DE
11.30h The role of industrial robots in smart manufacturing: risks, vulnerabilities, and threats
Dr. Federico Maggi, Trend Micro GmbH, DE
12.00h

>> INCL LIVE DEMONSTRATION!

Assessing manufacturing plants’ vulnerability and protecting them against cyber attacks
Emmanuel Ifrah, Segula, FR; Yehonatan Kfir, Radiflow

HUMAN RESOURCES – THE ASSEMBLY WORKER
12.45h Award contest!
Ergonomics strategy at Volkswagen Nutzfahrzeuge
Uwe Hüter, Volkswagen Nutzfahrzeuge, DE
13.15h Luncheon
14.15h BESTOWAL OF THE ASSEMBLY ENGINEERING INNOVATION AWARD 2019
International Advisory OEM Board and Katharina Roeder, Automotive Circle, DE
14.30h Digital assembly planning for people with restricted abilities at Volkswagen Cityskater Project
Prof. Dr. Lars Fritzsche, imk automotive GmbH, DE; Marcus Kunz, Volkswagen Sachsen GmbH, DE
15.00h Autonomous knowledge-based personalisation of work instructions and their relevance for production management
Felix Riedel, Hochschule Bremen, DE
15.30h Conclusion and farewell
International Advisory OEM Board and Katharina Roeder, Automotive Circle, DE
15.45h End of conference

Subject to change (status as of 16 January 2019)

The conference addresses:

  • Automotive engineers with responsibilitites for assembly processes and assembly systems, in the pre-development, development, planning and production of international OEM
  • As well as from corresponding system suppliers and engineering service providers

Programme Coordination

Katharina Röder

Katharina Röder

Presidium
Automotive Circle
T +49 511 9910-315

Contact

Conference Organisation

Mareike Bäumlein

Mareike Bäumlein

Senior Event Manager
Automotive Circle
T +49 511 9910-383

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