RFID & Wireless IoT tomorrow 2021 on October 20-21
Automotive | IIoT | Maintenance
Think Wireless IoT Day 02/2021

Participation is free of charge. All you need to do is to register to get your personal login. All Users registered on the Think Wireless IoT portal simply use the login they have already created.

If you are interested in a participation as a speaker, please visit our Think WIOT Days service site or contact Franziska Schitter.

Main Topics of the Expert Lectures on “Knowledge in Automotive and Industrial Production”

  • Cyber attacks on networked production
  • 5G edge control for the automotive assembly of the future
  • Tools for Industry 4.0
  • Digital Twins, Machine Learning, Blockchain, AI
  • Condition & Predictive Maintenance
  • Simple configuration of production lines
  • Reduced maintenance effort through effective monitoring
  • Reduced complexity with simultaneously increased flexibility

In Zusammenarbeit mit:

  • OPC Foundation
  • Center XL Assembly | RWTH Aachen Campus
  • Michelin
  • SAP
  • Microsoft
  • Groupe Renault
  • Fraunhofer IPT
  • Denso Wave Europe
The Recordings of the Following Lectures are Available!
XL Assembly
Guido Hüttemann, XL Assembly
Guido Hüttemann, XL Assembly
Center Director, XL Assembly
5G Edge Control for Future Automotive Assembly
  • 5G
  • Mobile Robotics
  • Line-less Assembly
  • Matrix Production
OPC Foundation
Stefan Hoppe, OPC Foundation
Stefan Hoppe, OPC Foundation
President & Executive Director, OPC Foundation
Universal Industrial Network for Automotive
  • The promise of Secured Industrial Interoperability
  • Nobody can solve today’s challenges on his own: Collaboration is key!
  • Next level: Standardized interfaces for cloud scenarios
Renault
Thierry Daneau, Renault
Thierry Daneau, Renault
Expert, Renault
Structure and Capture Industrial Data with Scaleability
  • Connection of Assets via OPC UA
  • Digital Twin
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning
  • Condition & Predictive Maintenance
Denso Wave Europe
Dirk Gelbrich, Denso Wave Europe
Dirk Gelbrich, Denso Wave Europe
General Manager, Denso Wave Europe
General Control of Production Machines and Applications
  • Improved data flow and efficiency
  • Reduced maintenance due to effective monitoring
  • Easy configuration of production lines
  • Reduced complexity with increased flexibility
Michelin
Christophe Duc, Michelin
Christophe Duc, Michelin
RFID Initiative Leader, Michelin
Connecting Tires to Their Ecosystem with RFID
  • RFID market standard and data access
  • Efficiency of operations for car Manufacturers and Aftersales networks
  • RFID to improve consumer experience
  • Machine Learning
  • End of life management

Starring

SAP
Center XL Assembly | RWTH Aachen Campus
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