Maintenance strategies in the 4.0 age

Industry 4.0 concepts such as IIoT, cloud computing AI and big data improve maintenance and offer opportunities for new business models. The even deeper integration and networking of machines, tools, peripherals, software, work processes and people compared to Industry 3.0 should simplify maintenance and make it more intelligent at the same time. At this strategy day, we use presentations of case studies, workshops and networking discussions. We will deepen your understanding about which digitization concepts in maintenance make sense for which company and which management methods and technologies can be used to achieve the transformation.

Topics

  • Maintenance strategies in the 4.0 age
  • Do it yourself or outsource?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the contract models
  • Intelligent Maintenance Systems
  • Preventive and proactive maintenance
  • Predictive manufacturing
  • Digital twin
  • IoT / m2m communication
  • Autonomous systems
  • Improved collaboration in the cloud (operators, manufacturers, maintainers)
  • Platformication / Apps
  • Life Cycle Engineering
  • Automated maintenance
  • Factory layout with simplified maintenance in mind
  • Digitization in service management
  • New business models based on smart maintenance
  • Sales integration
  • Big Data Analytics / Data Science
  • AI in maintenance
  • Data Security
  • User interface / UI design
  • Augmented Reality (AR)
  • Virtual reality (VR)
  • Condition monitoring
  • Trigger-based maintenance
  • Blockchains
  • Smart Contracts
  • Integration into the supply chain
  • ERP integration
  • Spare parts management

Interactive networking format

  • Inspiring talks (cutting-edge business cases, best management practices, analyses, methods)
  • Workshops and fireside chats
  • Networking talks
  • Online Community: Networking beyond the day

Thank you very much for a really entertaining and very exciting day delivering ideas and inspirations on various levels.

Stefan Jörgens, Director R&D, Albrecht JUNG GmbH & Co.KG

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Klaus Himmel, Global Key Account Manager, Merck KGaA

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Markus Czanta, Chief Technology Officer, PI (Physics Instruments) Group

This event was great! All talks have been inspiring. I learned a lot. Thanks for this.

Franziska Mair, Senior Manager Digital Innovation, PAUL HARTMANN AG

Thank you for inviting me to this very good event. You are welcome to invite me again on similar occasions.

Dr. Marc Honikel, Vice President Engineering, Rheinmetall Air Defence AG

Paolo Bavaj, Head of Corporate Venturing, Adhesive Technologies, Henkel

How we digitize our MRO Business with the Help of Start-Ups in the Field of Predictive Maintenance

Petra Monn, Program Lead (Manufacturing) "Factory Digitalization", Siemens AG

AI-based Predictive Maintenance in the Siemens Factories

  • How Siemens is reshaping manufacturing
  • Example projects from the Factory Digitalization Program
  • Digital twin for maintenance

Lo Huls, Maintenance Management & Lean Management, apetito AG

Long Term Asset Replacement Plan

  • Asset Health
  • Future needed CAPEX
  • Retrofit or New

Michael Eckert, Vice President Operations & Procurement, Bühler Motor GmbH

360° VR Training Experience

  • Installation of production equipment in unpredictable times
  • VR/AR Maintenance, training and education from experts for experts with high end training videos

Michael Neugart, Head of Lifecycle Operations, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG

Data – Basis for Future-Oriented Service Concepts

  • How can we use data to improve service levels?
  • How can we proactively identify and improve performance issues in the installed base?
  • How does the "digital twin" help us to better understand errors?
  • Example use case: Task prioritizing service for machine operators in the body shop

Juliana Wölfel, Instandhaltung Brose Gruppe, Brose Fahrzeugteile SE & Co.KG

Training Concept for Systematic Equipment Optimization

  • Technology/digitization is not everything - don't forget the staff!
  • Systematic use of data for equipment optimization
  • Importance of data quality and understanding the message of the data

Stephan Wiegelmann, VP Training Services, SR Technics Switzerland Ltd.

360° Technology in Approved Aviation Maintenance Training – from Raw Data to a Final Service

  • Concept of an in-house product development
  • Available technologies
  • Product Cycle
  • Applicability in approved maintenance training

Nicolas Pepping, Manager for Service and Interaction Design, MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH

Speed up the Digital Transformation Production with User-Centered Services

  • Set up a user & innovation centered use case funnel - Design Thinking with triple diamond model
  • How we found a UX Stream in production and build up and run a production specific Design System at Porsche
  • How we develop services and what are the advantages & challenges?
  • Example use case: Task prioritizing service for machine operators in the body shop

Niklas Kessler, Group Lead Business Development, Werkzeugmaschinenlabor WZL, RWTH Aachen

Efficient Tool Maintenance - from Cost Generator to Competitive Factor

  • Tool and die making as an enabler of an effective and efficient production
  • Status quo in tool maintenance during series production
  • Data-based tool availability for series production through predictive maintenance

Christoph Oppitz, Offering and Sales Development Manager DACH, KONE AG

From a Black Box to a Digital Platform – How Smart Elevators Generate Additional Value for Building Owners and Operators

  • New possibilities of predictive maintenance
  • Examples of new acquired data and the impact on fact-based decision-making processes
  • How digitalization opens the door for new business partners

Thomas Gittler, Research Associate, inspire AG

From Digital TPM to Predictive Maintenance - Requirements, Tasks and Opportunities in the Organization

André Wangler, Head of Development Software Smart Factory, Helbling Technik AG

From Business to Bytes and Back: Multidisciplinarity and Independence as Key for Successful Digitalization

  • How Helbling supports its customers with holistic services to create benefits from Smart Maintenance and other applications
  • Example projects from Engineering & Consulting

ZeitAktivität
08:00Start Registration
08:30Welcome and introduction
08:45AI-based Predictive Maintenance in the Siemens Factories
  • How Siemens is reshaping manufacturing
  • Example projects from the Factory Digitalization Program
  • Digital twin for maintenance
    Petra Monn, Program Lead (Manufacturing) "Factory Digitalization", Siemens AG



  • 09:15From Business to Bytes and Back: Multidisciplinarity and Independence as Key for Successful Digitalization
  • How Helbling supports its customers with holistic services to create benefits from Smart Maintenance and other applications
  • Example projects from Engineering & Consulting
    André Wangler, Head of Development Software Smart Factory, Helbling Technik AG
  • 09:45Data – Basis for Future-Oriented Service Concepts
  • How can we use data to improve service levels?
  • How can we proactively identify and improve performance issues in the installed base?
  • How does the "digital twin" help us to better understand errors?
  • Example use case: Task prioritizing service for machine operators in the body shop
    Michael Neugart, Head of Lifecycle Operations, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
  • 10:15Speed up the Digital Transformation Production with User-Centered Dervices
  • Set up a user & innovation centered use case funnel - Design Thinking with triple diamond model
  • How we found a UX Stream in production and build up and run a production specific Design System at Porsche
  • How we develop services and what are the advantages & challenges?
  • Example use case: Task prioritizing service for machine operators in the body shop
    Nicolas Pepping, Manager for Service and Interaction Design, MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH
  • 10:45Coffee break and networking
    11:30Long Term Asset Replacement Plan
  • Asset Health
  • future needed CAPEX
  • Retrofit or new
    Lo Huls, Maintenance Management & Lean Management, apetito AG
  • 12:00From Digital TPM to Predictive Maintenance - Requirements, Tasks and Opportunities in the Organization
    Thomas Gittler, Research Associate, inspire AG
    12:30Lunch and networking
    13:30360° Technology in Approved Aviation Maintenance Training – from Raw Data to a Final Service
  • Concept of an in-house product development
  • Available technologies
  • Product Cycle
  • Applicability in approved maintenance training
    Stephan Wiegelmann, VP Training Services, SR Technics Switzerland Ltd.

  • 14:00From a Black Box to a Digital Platform – How Smart Elevators Generate Additional Value for Building Owners and Operators
  • New possibilities of predictive maintenance
  • Examples of new acquired data and the impact on fact-based decision-making processes
  • How digitalization opens the door for new business partners
    Christoph Oppitz, Offering and Sales Development Manager DACH, KONE AG
  • 14:30Coffee break and networking
    15:00Training Concept for Systematic Equipment Optimization
  • Technology/digitization is not everything - don't forget the staff!
  • Systematic use of data for equipment optimization
  • Importance of data quality and understanding the message of the data
    Juliana Wölfel, Instandhaltung Brose Gruppe, Brose Fahrzeugteile SE & Co.KG
  • 15:30Efficient Tool Maintenance - from Cost Generator to Competitive Factor
  • Tool and die making as an enabler of an effective and efficient production
  • Status quo in tool maintenance during series production
  • Data-based tool availability for series production through predictive maintenance
    Niklas Kessler, Group Lead Business Development, Werkzeugmaschinenlabor WZL, RWTH Aachen
  • 16:00How we Digitize our MRO Business with the Help of Start-Ups in the Field of Predictive Maintenance
    Paolo Bavaj, Head of Corporate Venturing, Adhesive Technologies, Henkel
    16:30Wrap-up

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    ZeitAktivität
    08:00Start Registration
    08:30Welcome and introduction
    08:45AI-based Predictive Maintenance in the Siemens Factories
  • How Siemens is reshaping manufacturing
  • Example projects from the Factory Digitalization Program
  • Digital twin for maintenance
    Petra Monn, Program Lead (Manufacturing) "Factory Digitalization", Siemens AG



  • 09:15From Business to Bytes and Back: Multidisciplinarity and Independence as Key for Successful Digitalization
  • How Helbling supports its customers with holistic services to create benefits from Smart Maintenance and other applications
  • Example projects from Engineering & Consulting
    André Wangler, Head of Development Software Smart Factory, Helbling Technik AG
  • 09:45Data – Basis for Future-Oriented Service Concepts
  • How can we use data to improve service levels?
  • How can we proactively identify and improve performance issues in the installed base?
  • How does the "digital twin" help us to better understand errors?
  • Example use case: Task prioritizing service for machine operators in the body shop
    Michael Neugart, Head of Lifecycle Operations, Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
  • 10:15Speed up the Digital Transformation Production with User-Centered Dervices
  • Set up a user & innovation centered use case funnel - Design Thinking with triple diamond model
  • How we found a UX Stream in production and build up and run a production specific Design System at Porsche
  • How we develop services and what are the advantages & challenges?
  • Example use case: Task prioritizing service for machine operators in the body shop
    Nicolas Pepping, Manager for Service and Interaction Design, MHP Management- und IT-Beratung GmbH
  • 10:45Coffee break and networking
    11:30Long Term Asset Replacement Plan
  • Asset Health
  • future needed CAPEX
  • Retrofit or new
    Lo Huls, Maintenance Management & Lean Management, apetito AG
  • 12:00From Digital TPM to Predictive Maintenance - Requirements, Tasks and Opportunities in the Organization
    Thomas Gittler, Research Associate, inspire AG
    12:30Lunch and networking
    13:30360° Technology in Approved Aviation Maintenance Training – from Raw Data to a Final Service
  • Concept of an in-house product development
  • Available technologies
  • Product Cycle
  • Applicability in approved maintenance training
    Stephan Wiegelmann, VP Training Services, SR Technics Switzerland Ltd.

  • 14:00From a Black Box to a Digital Platform – How Smart Elevators Generate Additional Value for Building Owners and Operators
  • New possibilities of predictive maintenance
  • Examples of new acquired data and the impact on fact-based decision-making processes
  • How digitalization opens the door for new business partners
    Christoph Oppitz, Offering and Sales Development Manager DACH, KONE AG
  • 14:30Coffee break and networking
    15:00Training Concept for Systematic Equipment Optimization
  • Technology/digitization is not everything - don't forget the staff!
  • Systematic use of data for equipment optimization
  • Importance of data quality and understanding the message of the data
    Juliana Wölfel, Instandhaltung Brose Gruppe, Brose Fahrzeugteile SE & Co.KG
  • 15:30Efficient Tool Maintenance - from Cost Generator to Competitive Factor
  • Tool and die making as an enabler of an effective and efficient production
  • Status quo in tool maintenance during series production
  • Data-based tool availability for series production through predictive maintenance
    Niklas Kessler, Group Lead Business Development, Werkzeugmaschinenlabor WZL, RWTH Aachen
  • 16:00How we Digitize our MRO Business with the Help of Start-Ups in the Field of Predictive Maintenance
    Paolo Bavaj, Head of Corporate Venturing, Adhesive Technologies, Henkel
    16:30Wrap-up

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