24-25 October 2018 Straubing/Dingolfing, Germany

Insight @ BMW 2018

Flexibility in multi-variant manufacturing

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24-25 October 2018 Straubing/Dingolfing, Germany

Assembly Engineering

Insight @ BMW 2018

Flexibility in multi-variant manufacturing

including guided tour of the Dingolfing plant

Agenda

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

09.00h               Welcome address and conference introduction
Katharina Röder, Automotive Circle, DE
     
09.15h   Welcome address and presentation of the Dingolfing factory
Dr. Andreas Wendt, BMW Group, DE
     

 Pioneering flexible production: New technologies and IT systems

     
09.45h         The use of real-time localization makes an important contribution to flexible assembly processes - location-based services in production at BMW
Camilla Harnik, BMW Group, DE
     
10.15h   Live Line Balancing System (CAT Cologne Assembly Tool)
Sara Gielen, Betty Cherian-Oddo, Ford-Werke GmbH, DE
     
10.45h   Coffee & contacts
     
11.15h   Information systems for processes in Industry 4.0
Gerhard Eichner, DE software + control GmbH, DE
     
11.45h   Smart factory - leveraging the potential of mixed reality solutions in assembly and logistics
Dr. Robert Nahm, Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, DE
     
12.15h   Lunch break
     
13.15h   Departure from Hotel Asam to the BMW plant in Dingolfing
     
14.00h   Guided tour of the BMW plant
     
followed by   Networking Night @ Museum Dingolfing
     
ca. 22.00h   Depature to the Hotel Asam in Straubing

Thursday, 25 October 2018

 Pioneering flexible production: smart logistics

     
08.30h   Logistical innovations - effective implementation of new technologies in existing structures
Ingrid Vetter, Peter Kirmaier, BMW Group, DE
     
09.00h   The role of intralogistics in series production with a wide range of variants
Dr. Benjamin Kuhrke, Opel Automobile GmbH, DE
     

Flexible production processes

     
09.30h         Strategies to optimize flexibility at MANN + HUMMEL
Dr. Marco Heck, MANN + HUMMEL Automotive GmbH, DE
     
10.00h   The development of flexibiliy in vehicle final assembly
Eric Gruber, Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co. KG, DE
     
10.30h   Coffee & contacts
     
11.00h   Model plant - key factors to develop a successful assembly plant (working title)
Colin Walton, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd., GB
     
11.30h   Mixed-model production -Optimize vehicle structure and process balance
Nobumitsu Fujiwara, Toyota Motor Corporation, JP
     
12.00h   The new Nissan Leaf – process design concept for EV and ICA mix production
Yasushi Masuda, Ryuji Inori, Nissan Motor Co., JP
     
12.30h   Lunch break
     
14.00h   Manufacturing planning - new platform alignment (working title)
Andrew Kendall, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd., GB
     
14.30h   Adapt! - Mit Methode zur wandlungsfähigen Fabrik
Jakob Weber, Daimler AG, DE
     
15.00h   Swarm assembly - highly flexible and efficient
Michael Weis, Ingenics AG, DE
     
15.30h  

Impulse presentation!

Security needs for flexible manufacturing
Gerald Harris, Knüvener Mackert GmbH, DE; Dr. Johann Schnagl, BMW Group, DE

     
16.00h   Farewell and end of conference
Katharina Röder, Automotive Circle, DE

Subject to change (Status as of 16 August 2018)

Conference Chair

Katharina Röder

Katharina Röder

Presidium
Automotive Circle
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Conference Organisation

Mareike Bäumlein

Mareike Bäumlein

Event Manager
Automotive Circle
T +49 511 9910-383

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