23-24 February 2016 Bad Nauheim, Germany

Assembly Engineering 2016

including 11 OEM reports by BMW, Daimler, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Opel, Renault, Skoda and VW!

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23-24 February 2016 Bad Nauheim, Germany

English/German simultaneous translation

Assembly Engineering 2016

including 11 OEM reports by BMW, Daimler, Jaguar Land Rover, Nissan, Opel, Renault, Skoda and VW!

Reduce costs - boost efficiency!

"Rising cost pressure also affects automotive end-of-line assembly, forcing usto constantly look for new ways to increase efficiency” is a common observation made by assembly planners and process owners at international auto makers.

Modern human-robot collaboration (HRC) is one particular way that technologies from the realms of industry 4.0 can be used to increase efficiency. However, robots will not be taking full control away from humans in assembly halls any time soon. As new, complex technologies emerge and the demographics change, it is all the more necessary to provide support for workers in assembly halls and to modify the assembly workplace to keep up with altered conditions.

But how is this done in practice? Which HRC systems are already in use and what benefits do they really confer? What’s in it for the workers and what can be done to improve working conditions on the conveyor belt?

Answers to these questions will be provided by the Assembly Engineering 2016 conference at which leading OEM, suppliers and research institutes will make practice-oriented presentations, deliver progress updates and share the latest results.

Your PLUS: Discover and inspect the new BMW 7 series and the new Opel Astra on site!

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Join us and discuss with us, we look forward to meet you!

Including 11 OEM reports from

BMW: - Use of new HRC systems at BMW
- Vehicle presentation: The new BMW 7 series
   
Daimler: - HRC systems at Daimler
- Demands on resource scheduling in final assembly in emerging markets
   
Jaguar Land Rover: Virtual manufacturing within trim & final assembly
   
Nissan: Infiniti challenge in Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK
   
Opel: HRC based automotive assembly
   
Renault: Collaborative robotics at Renault: A practical experience
   
Skoda: Simply clever in mechanization
   
VW: - Strategies for integrating promising plant technology into automotive final assembly in the context of Industry 4.0
- New sustainable assembly: Ergonomic improvement of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles production
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The conference addresses:

  • Automotive engineers at international OEM with responsibilities in final asembly planning, process development and production
  • as well as their system suppliers and engineering service providers.
 


\\ Inhouse Seminars

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  • With practical examples from your working environment.
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Please contact us for detailed information.

Conference programme

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Conference Chair

Katharina Röder

Katharina Röder

Presidium
Automotive Circle
T +49 511 9910-315

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Conference Organisation

Mareike Bäumlein

Mareike Bäumlein

Senior Event Manager
Automotive Circle
T +49 511 9910-383

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