Aachen Machine Tool Colloquium AWK'20

 

Aachen Machine Tool Colloquium AWK'20

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Thursday, May 14, 2020, 9:00am

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Internet of Production – Turning Data into Value

Secure availability of data, information and knowledge at any time and any place – this is one of the most important promises of industry 4.0. But what added value do manufacturing companies create from the diversity of recorded data? Which analysis tools and algorithms offer reliable forecasts at all and thus enable end-to-end production control?

From demand-oriented data acquisition to the application of machine learning algorithms to the fast and error-free implementation of changes in series production – a rocky path to value creation to this day.

The Internet of Production, the digitalization and networking of machines and systems as well as the entire production and value-added chain, should pave this way: It should enable manufacturing companies to recognize interrelationships that lead to greater efficiency, productivity, quality and competitiveness.

In four sessions, experts in the field of production technology will talk about the opportunities offered by growing digitization and the added value of comprehensive production networking:

  • Architecture of a Networked Adaptive Production
  • The Digital Twin in Manufacturing
  • Analytics in Production
  • Business Models in the Internet of Production

On both days, the plenary lectures and the sessions will take place in two parallel lecture series in the Europa-Saal and in the Brüssel-Saal. The Eurogress Aachen will also host the Industrial Exhibition and the Evening Event.

 
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Trailer for the Aachen Machine Tool Colloquium AWK'20
 
Program

Thursday, 14.05.2020 Friday, 15.05.2020
09:00

Welcome & Greeting of the Lord Mayor Marcel Philipp

09:00

Welcome & Greeting by the Rector of RWTH Aachen University Dr. rer. nat. Dr. h. c. mult., Universitätsprofessor Ulrich Rüdiger

09:10

Introduction

09:15 Plenary (Speaker to be announced)
09:30

Plenary (Speaker to be announced)

09:45

Coffee break

10:00 Plenary (Speaker to be announced) 10:25

Session 3: Analytics in Production (Keynote Prof. Christian Brecher)

10:30

Coffee break

Session 4: Business Models in the Internet of Production (Keynote Prof. Günther Schuh)

11:00 Plenary (Speaker to be announced) 10:55

Session 3: Functional Backtracing in Process Chains – A Model- and Data-Based Approach

11:30 Plenary (Speaker to be announced)

Session 4: Looking 4.0-ward: What the Internet of Production will Mean to Employability and the Future of Work

12:00

Session 1: Architecture of a Networked Adaptive Production (Keynote Prof. Robert Schmitt)

11:20

Session 3: Predictive Quality – Data Analytics in Manufacturing Companies

Session 2: The Digital Twin in Manufacturing (Keynote Prof. Thomas Bergs)

Session 4: Monetarization of Production Data

12:30 Lunch break 11:45

Session 3: Worldwide Lab – Guaranteed Productivity Increase through Networked Learning

13:45

Session 1: Holistic Automation – Added value of an integrated end-to-end connectivity

Session 4: New Business Models for Machine Tools

Session 2: Always Beta – DevOps for Cyber-Physical Products

12:10 Lunch break
14:10

Session 1: Value Capture – Successful Implementation of Data-Driven Business Models in Manufacturing Companies

13:25 Plenary (Speaker to be announced)

Session 2: Biological Transformation in Production

13:55 Plenary (Speaker to be announced)
14:35

Session 1: Individual Manufacturing Process Chains in Tooling by Data-Driven and Model Based Forecast Methods

14:25 Plenary (Speaker to be announced)

Session 2: Future Assembly with Distributed Sensor Services

14:45

Summary & Outlook

15:00

Guided Tours to the Institutes and Breakout Sessions on RWTH Aachen Campus

15:00

Guided Tours to the Institutes and Breakout Sessions on RWTH Aachen Campus

19:00

Evening Event