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Utilizing Data to Transform Production - BMW Tour

AIMS OF THE TRAINING

At the end of the masterclass, participants will know how to use the right data, tools and technologies and to implement successful industry 4.0 projects in their own company.

KEY TOPICS

  • Digital Continuity: what data to collect and how
  • Predictive maintenance, smart production
  • Use cases of tools and technologies for industry 4.0 projects
  • IoT, smart sensors, augmented reality, additive manufacturing
  • From Lean, Manufacturing Execution Systems to Industry 4.0
  • How to prepare and secure an Industry 4.0 project
  • Guided tour of BMW factory

BMW PLANT BENCHMARKING TOUR

“Passion and Precision”

With its brands BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce, the BMW Group is the world’s leading premium manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles.
The Group operates 31 production and assembly sites in 14 countries.
At the BMW Group’s Headquarters in Munich, some 7,000 employees from over 50 countries work in innovative production processes and produce 900 cars and up to 1,400 engines each day.
When it comes to digitalization and Industry 4.0, the BMW Group focuses on the following key areas in production: intelligent tools can directly support staff in carrying out their tasks and simplify complex processes, simulation and factory digitalization, planning and control systems (automated data analyses lead to major progress in improving quality and efficiency), smart data technologies providing real-time information on the entire supply chain, and advanced analytics, automated data analyses improve process safety at the BMW Group’s plants.

The executive tour is operated in partnership with industry 4.0 insight
For the Registration you will be redirect to the website of the partner
The order will be placed with the conditions and terms of Industry 4.0 insight

Online Registration

PROGRAM

DAY 1

  • BMW PLANT BENCHMARKING TOUR
    • Task: Benchmarking BMW’s Industry 4.0 readiness
  • THE ESSENCE OF INDUSTRY 4.0 AND MANUFACTURING
    • Where are we now and where are we heading
    • New business models and new technologies
  • Lunch
  • USE CASES OF TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR I4.0 PROJECTS
    • IoT tools, smart sensors
    • Virtual reality/augmented reality
    • Additive manufacturing
    • Best practices, cost analysis

DAY 2

  • MANUFACTURING EXECUTION SYSTEM
    • Connecting ERP and Industry 4.0 projects
    • Use case: Application of Electronic Batch Report (EBR), LIMS quality controls and SCADA communication
  • FROM LEAN TO I4.0: HOW TO BUILD ON THE STRONG FOUNDATIONS IN LEAN
    • I4.0 as tools for Lean Manufacturing: Augmented Maintenance, Real-time
    • Indicators, Visual Communication, Digitalized operations, e-Kanban
    • Predictive Maintenance
    • Maintenance of the technical data: who is in charge and what system to use?
  • Lunch
  • HOW TO PREPARE AND SECURE AN INDUSTRY 4.0 PROJECT
    • Resources, governance, change management, security issues
    • Costs, potential earnings and ROI
    • Level of maturity: POC or Core Model?
    • Lessons learned from successes and failures of real I4.0 projects
  • EXERCISE: BUILDING AN INDUSTRY 4.0 PROJECT ROADMAP
  • DIGITAL CONTINUITY
    • Contextualization: how to link data from the field with information from
    • management systems (Work orders, Control plans, ...)?
    • Standalone vs integrated information systems
    • Managing the responsibilities of different systems (e.g. ERP, PLM, SCADA, specific DB, Excel)
  • CONCLUSION AND KEY TAKEAWAYS

TRAINER

Frédéric Leveugle

Frédéric Leveugle is a trainer and consultant in Lean Manufacturing, Digitalization and Manufacturing Execution System (MES) with over 20 years of experience in various management and consulting positions. He is an expert in Industry 4.0 tools and technologies such as smart sensors, VR/AR, IoT, MES and digital continuity. At Creative IT, Frédéric led a team of consultants implementing various integration projects of MES in the manufacturing, electronics and food & beverages industries. Prior to that, he managed projects at the leading tyre manufacturer Michelin in France and China and was also Deputy Plant Manager in Algeria. Frédéric started his career in an industrial engineering consulting company with a focus on improving quality, productivity and supply chains. He studied Engineering and is a certified PMP (Project Management Professional) and Lean Six Sigma Black Belt. He is convinced that industrial engineering together with digital transformation are key for the industry of the future.

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