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Event Details

 

23 May
2019
 

Capturing Value from Digitalization of Intra-Logistics - Audi Tour

   

 

Where
Scharnhausen
Germany
 

 

The course helps participants to get holistic overview of current trends in digitalisation of logistics with focus on intra-logistics combined with practical use cases and basic methodology for transformation.
The participants will learn and understand; How to add the right level of autonomy and intelligence to logistics, What method use to find the right balance between self-organizing and (semi-) autonomous systems and human planning, Pitfalls and bottlenecks of transformation, overview of latest order picking systems and Insights into latest development of AGVs in warehouses.

Key topics

  • Assessing the optimal automation level for logistical tasks in your company
  • How to analyse the cost-effectiveness of various innovative warehousing solutions
  • Best practices in designing and optimising order picking systems / demand planning
  • Automated guided vehicles: planning methods and navigation by sensor-based cloud

 

Key takeaways

  • Critical discussions will cover major issues for those who are planing the future of logistics. Delegates will understand:
    • What needs to be borne in mind when embarking on a digitisation project.
    • Which approach is most suitable.
    • What technologies are avalable
    • What role will data play in future, and what business models can be derived from this role
  • This course will be of great value to you in identifying what the risks are and how to remedy them.
    Participants will explore:
    • What challenges will companies face in the digital transformation.
    • What are the typical obstacles that need to be overcome.
  • We will go to Audi Neckarsulm for private factory tour
    • During this tour you will become familiar with the production control and plant logistics at Audi Neckarsulm.
    • You will understand limits and new opportunities for AGVs pracical deployemnt in different production sites.
  • All training materials will be provided in printed and digital form.
  • All delegates will receive printed and LinkedIn certificates.
  • Limited capacity up to 20 participants

 

Audi Neckarsulm - Agile logistics Tour

What we move – what moves us. Take a look behind the scenes of modern logistics at the production site in Neckarsulm. Around 1,100 Audi employees work at the Neckarsulm site in the field of logistics alone – from warehouse personnel to IT specialists. They organise all components and materials required for the production, and prepare the transport and export of new cars. Even more: The experts manage the entire production.

During the tour you will become familiar with the production control and plant logistics at Audi Neckarsulm. You will not only discover the driverless transport vehicles, but also visit the automated high-bay warehouse for the first time. The highlight is the multimedia terminal that shows you who keeps the time at the Neckarsulm site.

 

Who should attend?

  • Senior management
  • Strategic planners
  • Logistics managers
  • Project Managers
  • Innovation managers

 

In-house training

In-House Training Courses are the most cost-effective and efficient way to train your team. Would you like to bring this training to your company?

 

Program

DAY 1

  • Registration & coffee
  • Welcome and introduction to the seminar
  • What is the right level of Logistics 4.0?
    • Development of disruptive technologies and their impact on business and operating models
    • Impact on future logistics scenarios
  • Coffee break
  • Use case examples from multiple industries
    • Illustrating real-life examples for logistics execution transport and warehouse management
    • Discussion of current technology maturity degree
    • Purpose of applicability especially from integration perspective of planning and execution
    • A high-level assessment of possible alternatives with different technologies
  • How to assess the adequate level of digitalization my own field of responsibility?
    • Identify activity fields for improvements along the supply chain
    • Focus on order picking in warehouses and handling technologies
    • ERP systems & I4.0
  • Luch break
  • Guided tour Audi Neckarsulm
  • Networking get-together with drinks and snacks

DAY 2

  • Welcome and introduction to day 2
  • LOG ISTICS AND MOBILE RO BOTS (Kai Pfeifer)
    • Navigation for Mobile Robots and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs)
    • planning methods for transportation tasks and navigation by sensor-based cloud
  • Coffee break
  • How to assess the adequate level of digitalization for my own field of responsibility? (cont.)
    • Scenario technique with cross-impact balance analysis for supply chain management
    • Case – How to deploy this methodology to enable own decision-making?
  • Luch break
  • Learn how to evaluate the contribution of specific logistics use cases for supply chain efficiency
    • Not all new technologies really improve efficiency and performance–but how to decide?
    • Benefit case and cost case–what is the adequate threshold of a real business case?
  • Coffee break
  • Learn how to evaluate the contribution of specific logistics use cases for supply chain efficiency (cont.)
    • Link digital buzzwords (machine learning, bigdata etc.) with their expected impact on everyday business

 

Your Trainers

Joachim Getto

Camelot
Head of logistics digitalization business models and Associate Partner

Kai Pfeiffer

Fraunhofer IPA
Head of industrial service robotics group

 



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