Digital Factory Forum

12th - 13th September 2018 in Berlin, Germany

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WHY ATTEND

The digital factory represents a leap forward from more traditional automation to a fully connected and flexible system—one that can use a constant stream of data from connected operations and production systems to learn and adapt to new demands.

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  • REVEAL ASSEST PERFORMANCE ISSUES that can require some kind of corrective optimization. Indeed, such self-correction is what distinguishes the smart factory from traditional automation, which can yield greater overall asset efficiency, one of the most salient benefits of a smart factory
  • PREDICT AND DETECT quality defect trends sooner and can help to identify discrete human, machine, or environmental causes of poor quality
  • REDUCEyour cost. Optimized processes traditionally lead to more cost-efficient processes—those with more predictable inventory requirements, more effective hiring and staffing decisions, as well as reduced process and operations variability
  • REDUCEwaste. Take faster action to reduce or prevent certain forms of waste, thanks to insight on key production metrics
  • IMPROVEDquality. Detect and prevent quality problems by finding and addressing equipment issues sooner

Representatives Invited:      

  • Vice Presidents
  • Directors
  • Heads
  • Managers
  • Researchers
  • Team-leaders
  • Engineers

  Areas of responsibility:

  • Manufacturing
  • IT
  • Digital
  • Operations
  • Productiont
  • Cyber Security
  • Plant
  • Factory
  • Big Data
  • Performance Optimization
  • Research & Development
  • IoT
  • Machine Learning
  • Artificial Intelligent
  • Automation
  • Robotic
  • Innovation
  • Technology
  • Digitalization
  • Security
  • Process Automation
  • Industrial Automation

Schedule

08:00

Registration and Morning Coffee

08:30

Chairman’s Opening Address

09:00

Case Study

09:30

Case Study

10:00

Case Study

10:30

Morning Coffee and Networking

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11:00

Case Study

11:30

Case Study

12:00

Case Study

12:30

Case Study

13:00

Lunch Time + Coffee and Networking Break

14:30 - 19:00

Case Study

19:00

Closing Remarks from the Chair and End of Day One

08:30

Chairman’s Opening Address

9:00 - 13:00

Case Study

13:00

Lunch Time + Coffee and Networking Break

14:30

Case Study

15:00

Case Study

15:30

Case Study

16:00

Afternoon Coffee and Networking

16:30

Interactive Workshop: Standardisation

Interactive Workshop

17:00

48V Customer Value and Cost weighing

Case Study

17:30

Increasing Vehicle Electrification and Optimizing Performance

18:00

The Future of 48V Architectures

18:30

Future of the 48V-Autonomous and Connected Vehicle

Case Study

19:00

Chairman’s Closing Remarks and End of Conference

Case Study

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Pricing

EUR 1.599,-

Delegates

  • 2 Day Conference
  • Online Documentation
  • Luncheon and Refreshments

EUR 1.999,-

Service Providers and Consultancy Companies

  • 2 Day Conference
  • Online Documentation
  • Luncheon and Refreshments

EUR 695,-

Online Documentation

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Event Materials
  • Delegates and Speaker List

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For Speaking or Sponsorship opportunities please contact John Isaac at johni@bisgrp.com or +420 27 000 3479

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