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Day One

07.45 – 08.30

REGISTRATION

08.30 – 08.40

WELCOME & CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS FOR DAY ONE

08.40 – 08.55

Taking the Lead – agile and sustainable: General trends in large industrial plant engineering

  • Key figures for large-scale plant construction
  • Order intake by industries, regions and countries
  • Competitive environment: China on the advance
  • General trends in companies: Digitization, Services, Sustainability
  • Outlook 2020

Klaus Gottwald, Market Information Manager, VDMA

08.55 – 09.30

The Industry 5.0 Concept: Creating Factories of the Future – Bringing Back the Human Touch

  • The “Connected Workforce” – Robots and humans working together being routine in manufacturing by 2020
  • Putting the human touch back in production through the collaborative man and machine workforce
  • Ability to customise, adding the creative human element
  • Creating new and better roles for the human workforce in the digital era

Robert Le Dortz, Global Early Management Master Pillar Leader, Nestlé

09.30 – 09.55

Factories 4.0 – Exploring Key Factory Engineering Trends in the Age of Digitisation and Connectivity

  • Modernizing and Optimizing Existing Facilities Infrastructure to make them compatible with digitalization technologies?
  • Key issues and trends shaping the future of engineering
  • Additional Capacity and Working Smarter with Existing Assets
  • Automating factory performance and next steps in order to compete with the other markets?

Berny Ham, Site Engineering Manager, Duracell

09.55 – 10.55

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

10.55 – 11.30

Integrated Project Teams – How to avoid disconnect between ENG and OPS

  • What makes a good project?
  • Roadblocks to successful collaboration
  • The Kellogg capital Project Management Office
  • How to obtain successful integrated project teams

Toon Muylkens, Project Management Office Leader, Kellogg’s

11.30 – 12.30
One to One Meetings

  • Capital Expenditure Projects
  • Quality Engineering
  • Smart Factories / Industrial IoT
  • Safety and Security
  • Virtual Reality (VR) / Augmented Reality (AR)
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Smart and Predictive Maintenance
  • Facilities Management
  • Energy Efficiency / HVAC
  • Factory Extension / Facility Layout Design & Analysis
  • Concept Designs, Planning Approvals and Procurement
  • H&S Standards / Site Surveys
  • Facility Construction / Plant & Equipment Specification

11.30 – 12.00
Large savings available in the compressor room

  • More than 10% of industrial electricity consumed in compressor room on average
  • Legacy technologies are very energy-consuming, insert oil to compressed air and/or require a lot of maintenance
  • New 100% Oil-Free direct drive turbo technology saves money, electricity and the environment by using the most reliable technologies available.
  • Zero risk of air contamination gives security and quality for operation with flexible compressed air production
  • Instead of owning compressors we can supply Touch-Free™ Air as a service
  • Touch-Free, Oil-Free, Care-Free

12.00 – 12.30
An Executive Discussion on Building the Workforce of the Future

  • Understanding the human element of manufacturing and supply chain performance amidst the ongoing
    technological transformation
  • Transitioning the system-based foundations of stability, reliability, and predictability found in the manufacturing plant through the supply chain
  • Shifting the organizational mindset from incremental improvement to breakthrough using zero-loss thinking and a tiered management system
  • Weaponizing the supply chain to serve as a base for competitive advantage and financial results

12.30 – 13.20

NETWORKING LUNCH

Plant Performance & Optimisation

12.30 – 13.05
Application of Value Oriented Maintenance in Ageing Facilities

  • Define a proactive maintenance strategy depending on facility condition and age in a GMP environment
  • Tools implemented to systematically analyse our maintenance program
  • Collaboration with external maintenance partner to ensure common objectives
  • How success looks like and how is it measured

Simulation & Modelling

12.30 – 13.05
Extracting Value from a Concurrent Engineering Model

  • Move from sequential simulation to concurrent engineering environments for plant designs
  • Use analytics and activated/integrated workflows
  • The analysis of energy efficiency in the design process
  • Modelling and safety analysis
  • Improve product planning to increase operational efficiency with activated modelling

Buonaventura Marcogiuseppe, Director Group Manufacturing Strategy Planning, Beretta Holding Group

13.10 – 13.45
Lean Excellence & Big Data with TPM Benefit to Business

  • Create one goal for all departments/functions in operational supply chain
  • Clear picture of total losses in area’s
  • Choose the right improvement tools
  • Change in Culture by doing and living TPM
  • An example of Predictive process control via big data

Volkswagen AG

13.10 – 13.45
Human engineering & digitalization – combining shopfloor performance data and motion-time-system results for quick decision making

  • Data driven decision: Combining shopfloor performance data and motion-time-system results for quick decision making and factory (network) capacity planning
  • Ergonomics / human engineering & digitalization:
    o Designing flexible work environment using 3D modeling data
    o piloting motion capture systems

Marco Weigand, Head of Industrial Engineering and Business Excellence, Siemens

13.50 – 14.25
Cost Effective Calibration Intervals Using Weibull Analysis

  • Reliability model that takes into account the uncertainty of operating environments
  • Provide a major safeguard in controlling uncertainty growth and reducing the risk of system performance
  • Guidelines and techniques that permit optimising intervals with respect to both life cycle support costs
    and costs due to suboptimal system performance
  • Focus on mathematical reliability modelling methods and to calibration history data management requirements

13.50 – 14.25
How Digitalization supports left-shifting of design validation in railway engineering

  • Example: Testing
    • Testing on trains is time consuming and expensive (high inventory costs)
    • Presentation of the Train 0 as tool to left shift fault detection
  • Example: Industrial Design
    • Early design validation with customer of the physical design
    • Validation of the Design for Manufacturing with Production

Peter Schmidt, Head of Engineering, Bombardier

14.25 – 15.15

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

14.25 – 16.45
One to One Meetings

  • Capital Expenditure Projects
  • Quality Engineering
  • Smart Factories / Industrial IoT
  • Safety and Security
  • Virtual Reality (VR) / Augmented Reality (AR)
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Smart and Predictive Maintenance
  • Facilities Management
  • Energy Efficiency / HVAC
  • Factory Extension / Facility Layout Design & Analysis
  • Concept Designs, Planning Approvals and Procurement
  • H&S Standards / Site Surveys
  • Facility Construction / Plant & Equipment Specification

15.15 – 15.45
One Manufacturers Journey on Improving Total Waste Management Systems to achieve:

  • Reduction of CO2 emissions and water footprint by 40%
  • Long term continuous improvement & OpEx program
  • Pursur change through water technologies and technical innovation
  • Recovering co-products and reducing waste
  • Improve the working environment through H&S and environmental management

15.45 – 16.15
Maximise the Sustainability, Reliability and Quality Objectives with Compressed Air System Assessment

  • Sustainability: Reduce waste and increase operating efficiencies for improved environmental footprint and energy efficiency
  • Reliability: Increase the uptime and predictability of operating costs with customised solutions and digitalisation
  • Quality: Deliver Air Quality needs through cross industry best practices

16.15 – 16.45
Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and Standardization between plants

  • Maintenance & calibration excellence programme
  • Optimise the life cycle performance of plant assets
  • Critical analysis and maturity matrix assessment
  • Find the right balance between maintenance costs and asset performance
  • CMMS deployment

16.50 – 17.30

Open Panel Discussion – What Impact Will Technology have on the Ageing Engineering Workforce?

  • Is the ageing engineering workforce really creating skill shortages?
  • The expanding role of the modern engineer
  • Analytics to reduce the skills gap between older and younger workers
  • How to reduce the strain of an ageing engineering workforce with next generation disruptive technologies?
  • Industry 4.0 readiness check. What is being done in the industry to help prepare for the age of smart
    manufacturing?

17.35

CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS

17.40

COCKTAIL RECEPTION

Day Two

09.00 – 09.05

CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS FOR DAY TWO AND SUMMARY OF DAY ONE

09.05 – 09.40

Global Maintenance Strategies and Investment Plans

  • How to harmonize KPIs, Processes & Standards in a globally operating company?
  • How to structure budgets and investments plans?
  • How to develop sustainable cross-learning programmes?
  • What KPIs need to be monitored for measuring success of efforts?

Mark Veasey, VP Global Engineering, DHL

09.40 – 10.15

Integrated Digital Factory, the key enabler for Mondelez’s Supply Chain Excellence

  • Overview of IL6S, Mondelez Supply Chain excellence program
  • Presentation of Mondelez Integrated Digital Factory system
    o System architecture
    o OEMs’ integration
    o Displays and reports
  • Experiences and results
    o Lad Krabang gum & candy factory, Thailand
    o Sri City chocolate factory, India
    o BIC biscuits factory, Bahrain
  • Perspectives
    o Raise consumers’ critical to quality KPIs to a Sigma 6 level
    o Enable the Automatic Process Control of critical to process parameters

Francois Marechal, Associate Director Engineering, Mondel?z International

10.15 – 10.50

MRO 4.0 with Predictive Maintenance Solutions on Aircraft using Big Data

  • The aircraft Maintenance Repair and Overhaul landscape
  • How AF KLM Engineering and Maintenance has developed Prognos its solutions to predict failures on aircraft component using Big data
  • How to help to Develop other innovations as part of The MRO Lab program

James Kornberg, Director Innovation, Air France KLM Engineering and Maintenance

10.50 – 11.15

COFFEE BREAK & MEETINGS

10.50 – 12.45
One to One Meetings

  • Capital Expenditure Projects
  • Quality Engineering
  • Smart Factories / Industrial IoT
  • Safety and Security
  • Virtual Reality (VR) / Augmented Reality (AR)
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Smart and Predictive Maintenance
  • Facilities Management
  • Energy Efficiency / HVAC
  • Factory Extension / Facility Layout Design & Analysis
  • Concept Designs, Planning Approvals and Procurement
  • H&S Standards / Site Surveys
  • Facility Construction / Plant & Equipment Specification

11.15 – 11.45
Using Condition-Based Maintenance (CBM) to Optimise Smart Manufacturing Operations

  • Implement CBM to help reduce equipment downtime, improve data collection and improve overall equipment effectiveness. What’s the cost?
  • Assessing IT requirements for CBM deployment and equipment evaluation
  • Data collection and analysis – capturing the right data through smart sensors and how it can be used
  • Full plan rollout – Fully integrating all modules to monitor various critical equipment parameters
  • Real time data analysis to mobile devices for real time decisions on the shop floor

11.45 – 12.15
Traits of Future Industrial Networking Solutions

  • An inter-connected combination of intelligent production technologies
  • Digitally integrated engineering and horizontal integration across the entire value chain
  • Transfer large amounts of data in real-time
  • Connect a large number of individual devices with the highest standards of data security
  • Utilise more and more wireless technologies, both within the plant and for remote connectivity

12.15 – 12.45
Industrial Edge Analytics: Real-Time Insight in the Production Line

  • Edge analytics in the production line
  • Real-time OEE improvement
  • Security risk reduction by keeping data on-premise
  • Time series-based anomaly detection and preventive analytics
  • Eliminate unsolved disruptions, reduce scrap, optimise plant performance

12.45 – 13.35

NETWORKING LUNCH

Big Data & Industrial IoT

13.35 – 14.05
Electronic industrial manufacturing 4.0 AND 5.0: An existing reality

  • Electronic Manufacturing at a glance
  • 4.0 vs 5.0: differences and similarities
  • Why do we need I4.0 and I5.0?
  • Implementing 4.0 and 5.0: a (not so) long journey
  • Quality, Flexibility, Competitivity, Disruptiveness: being proactive in Europe

Andrea Moroni Stampa, CTO/Head of Engineering, Hemargroup

Smart Maintenance

13.35 – 14.05
Machine Learning and Smarter Ways to Make Data-Driven Decisions in Predictive Maintenance (PdM)

  • Collect more data for more manufacturing process information and more insights about machine health
  • Reduce equipment failures or unexpected downtime based on the operational data available
  • Know the main failures to have a good idea about the data to collect and the sensors to install
  • Adopt practices to automate decisions, take actions in real time, improving repair scheduling, inventory
    management and inspection

14.05 – 14.40
Integrating IIoT Technologies to Maximise Facility Operations

  • Create an IIoT model by complete operations integration through valuable data insights
  • Choose when and where to begin integrating IIoT
  • What value is being created with integration of Operations and IT systems?
  • How can data analytics help make sense of existing data and the additional information created when previously disparate systems are connected?

14.05 – 14.40
Connecting Machines to Maintenance and Reliability Professionals through the Power of the Smart Factory

  • Break the trade off: Leveraging the power of the smart factory
  • Getting to PdM
  • IoT – Physical-to-digital-to-physical loop and related technologies
  • Build the foundation and the seven maintenance pillars: people, parts, documents, tools, equipment,
    technology and maintenance strategy and processes

14.40 – 14.55

COFFEE BREAK

14.55 – 15.25

Open Panel Discussion

The Coming War for Engineering Talent

  • The saddle generation profile of engineering organisations
  • Brain drain threat (loss of knowledge and expertise) from retiring boomer engineers
  • Engineering Specialisation narrows the scope for hiring
  • Recruiting the next generation of the right engineers (immediate impact)
  • Competing to hire the next wave of engineers

15.25

CHAIPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS

15.30

CLOSE

Please note: Agenda and speakers are subject to change.