International VDI Conference - Maintenance: Data Analytics, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Services
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- Receive up to date information first hand from representatives from industry and research.
- Exchange ideas and experiences about maintenance with international participants and speakers.
- Experience best practice examples directly from industrial practice.
- Visit Accenture's IIoT Innovation Center in Garching.
Learn about and assess new technologies and developments in maintenance at the “Maintenance: Data Analytics, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Services” conference. The focus is on data analytics, predictive maintenance, maintenance strategies and service models. Take the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences with other experts and to network. Several best practice examples make this a practically oriented event.
Program of the Conference
Registration & welcome coffee
I. Big Data and Predictive Analytics
Chair’s welcome and opening address How Big Data effects Maintenance
Aditya Parida Ph.D., Professor, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Full Stack Monitoring – From Hardware to Analytics to Information
Thomas Böhm, Chief Data Scientist, KONUX GmbH, Germany
Big Data Analytics – Turning Data into Business Value
Dr. Christoph Oestreicher, Head of Advanced Software Systems, Voith Digital Solutions GmbH, Germany
Networking & coffee break
Predictive Maintenance of Wind Power Plants
Yiannis Loizos, Predictive Maintenance Manager, Enel Green Power SpA, Italy (Tbc)
Structural Fatigue Life and adaptive Maintenance
Wouter van den Bos, Founder and CEO, SDC Verifier NL, The Netherlands
Real Time Supervision of Key Machine/Production Data
Christian Boulouard, Head of Maintenance and Electrical Engineering, co-author: Grégory Brouillet, Maintenance 4.0 Group Leader, both: Robert Bosch France SAS, France
Panel Discussion How much money can you safe with Predictive Maintenance?
Networking & coffee break
II. Emerging Industrial Maintenance Applications
Augmented Reality: Bringing increased Efficiency to Industrial Maintenance
Paul Sweeney PhD, VP and General Manager, DAQRI International Ltd., Ireland
Game-changing Technologies to digitalize Elevator Maintenance
Isabel Gonzalez Mieres, Director of Projects, Thyssenkrupp Elevator Innovation Center S.A., Spain
Printing Spare Parts – How 3D Printing revolutionizes Maintenance
Stefanie Brickwede, Head of 3D printing, Managing Director “Mobility goes Additive”, Deutsche Bahn Fahrzeuginstandhaltung GmbH, Germany
End of conference day one
At the end of the first conference day we kindly invite you to use the relaxed and informal atmosphere for in-depth conversations with other participants and speakers
III. Maintenance Management Strategies
Cyber Security for Railways critical computerized Systems
The Make-or-Buy Challenge
Willem-Jan Zwanenburg, Director, RebelGroup BV, The Netherlands
„ABC Analysis“ for Selective Predictive Maintenance
Michael Adendorff B.Sc., Senior Technical Staff Member, Architect, IBM Canada Ltd., Canada
Networking & coffee break
Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM): From Data to Decision
Alireza Ahmadi Ph.D., Associate Professor, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden
Reliability Improvement beyond the Reliability Centred Maintenance Methodology
Johan Ferket, Consultancy Manager, Stork B.V., The Netherlands
Remote Service Cloud: How to connect 15,000 Smart Factories all around the World
Klaus Bauer, Head of Basic Technology Development, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG, Germany
Digital Services for Production Maintenance in Automotive Manufacturing
Dr. Christoph Jaschinski, Chief Sales Officer/Global Board of Management, Leadec Holding GmbH, Germany
IV. Knowledge Management 4.0
Assistance Systems for Learning and Knowledge Management in the Steel Industry
Juliane Steffen, Research Assistant, Thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG, Germany, co-author: Dr.-Ing. Tina Haase, Senior Research Scientist, Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation IFF, Germany
The two biggest Mistakes when establishing Self-Service in your Support Organization
Peter Stanjeck, Managing Director, USU AG, Germany
Conference chair’s closing remarks
End of conference
Maintenance in the age of digitization – a competitive advantage rather than a cost factor
Maintenance was long considered an inconvenient cost factor in many companies. But new technologies and developments now enable companies to secure substantial competitive advantages. The “Maintenance” conference gives you an overview of these developments and offers you a platform to exchange ideas and experiences with other experts. For example, learn about how to analyze and use maintenance data in a targeted way. Further themes of the conference include:
- Condition and vibration monitoring
- Latest technologies: 3D printing and Augmented Reality
- Shopfloor IT
- Reliabilty centred maintenance
- Strategic maintenance management
The agenda boasts of presentations of internationally renowned experts and has been put together by our supporting experts
- Aditya Parida, Ph.D., Luleå University of Technology, Luleå
- Dr. rer.-pol. Ralf Gitzel, ABB AG, Ladenburg
- Manuel Meister, Accenture AG, Zürich
The accompanying program for the “Maintenance” conference
Book one conference and visit three – as a “Maintenance” conference participant you can also take part in two other conferences running at the same time at no additional cost: “Drones: Industrial Applications – Increasing Efficiency and reducing Costs” and “Smart Construction Equipment”.
Furthermore, you can visit Accenture's IIoT Innovation Center in Garching and maintain and expand your professional network at an evening get-together for participants of all three conferences.
Who should take part
The conference is addressed to:
- Heads of Maintenance
- Heads of Technology
- Factory and Facility Managers
- Digital Operations Managers
- Reliability Engineers
- Managing Directors
- Heads of Remote Services
- Business Development Managers
Secure your ticket now
You’d like to find out more about how you can make maintenance a competitive advantage rather than a cost factor in the age of digitization? You want to learn about new technologies and developments? Then book your ticket for the “Maintenance: Data Analytics, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Services” conference now.
|28.11 - 29.11.2017||München||Caution: a limited number of seats is still available||1590 €|
A limited number of rooms has been reserved for the benefit of the event participants.