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|TIME ||PRESENTATIONS |
|0900 - 0915 ||Moving Smart Manufacturing Forward: IIC Testbeds and OMG Standards |
Dr. Richard Soley, Chairman & CEO, Object Management Group
|0915 - 0925 ||OMG - A Brief Introduction |
Andrew Watson, Vice President & Technical Director, Object Management Group
Andrew has overall responsibility for the OMG's technology adoption process, and also chairs the Architecture Board, the group of distinguished technical contributors from OMG member organizations, which oversees the technical consistency of the OMG's specifications. Andrew is always happy to answer questions about OMG's specifications or process.
|0925 - 0950 ||Industry 4.0 - German Perspective |
Dr. Wolfgang Scheremet, Director-General Industrial Policy, BMWi
|0950 - 1015 ||The Innovation Imperative: Raising the IQ of Smart Manufacturing by Integrating PLM, MBSE and PLE |
Matthew Hause, GTM Technical Specialist, Engineering Fellow, PTC, OMG UPDM Co-Chair
Co-chair of the UPDM group, a member of the OMG Architecture Board, and a member of the OMG SysML specification team. Matthew has been developing multi-national complex systems for over 35 years. He started out working in the power systems industry and has been involved in military command and control systems, process control, communications, SCADA, distributed control, office automation and many other areas of technical and real-time systems. His roles have varied from project manager to developer. His role at PTC includes mentoring, sales presentations, standards development, presentations at conferences, specification of the UPDM profile and developing and presenting training courses. He has written over 100 technical papers on architectural modeling, project management, systems engineering, model-based engineering, human factors, safety critical systems development, virtual team management, product line engineering, systems of systems, systems and software development with UML, SysML and Architectural Frameworks such as DoDAF and MODAF. He has been a regular presenter at INCOSE, the IEEE, BCS, the IET, the OMG, AIAA, DoD Enterprise Architecture, Embedded Systems Conference and many other conferences. He was recently a keynote speaker at the Model-based Systems Engineering Symposium at the DSTO in Australia. Matthew studied Electrical Engineering at the University of New Mexico and Computer Science at the University of Houston, Texas.
|1015 - 1030 ||Morning Refreshments |
|1030 - 1100 ||The Dilemma of Standardization in Industry 4.0 |
Wolfgang Dorst, Head Industry 4.0, BITKOM
- Lead of WG2 "Standardization" in PLATTFORM INDUSTRIE 4.0 from 2013 to 2015
- Member of the Authors team of the WG "Industrie 4.0" at Research Alliance of the Federal Government
Wolfgang Dorst worked more than 10 years as a market developer for strategic projects in the ICT industry. He led complex projects in Berlin in technological and political regulation and coordinated activities in the energy sector and in the public sector with a longstanding focus on Healthcare. He worked closely with solution partners and engaged themselves already then in BITKOM and IT Summit of the federal government. Wolfgang Dorst looks back to more than 30 years of experience in the IT and communications market - many years of which in sales and technical functions. Prior to joining BITKOM he worked at Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Amdahl and Digital Equipment. Starting point of the career make apprenticeship as skilled worker and electrical engineering studies.
|1100 - 1130 ||An Architectural Model for Industry 4.0 - A Commonly Approved Base for Standardization |
Dr. Peter Adolphs, Head of WG2 "Standardization" in the Platform Industry 4.0, Pepperl+Fuchs
At Pepperl+Fuchs since 1992:
- Development Manager, Pepperl + Fuchs 1992-1996
- Head of Factory Automation since 1996
- CTO and Managing Director since 2000
Board member of the GMA (Association of Metrology and Automation) in VDI / VDE
|1130 - 1200 ||Industrial Self-Assessment on SE and MBSE - Now and in the Future |
Sven-Olaf Schulze, President, GfSE, German Chapter of INCOSE
President of GfSE, the German Chapter of INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering) and a nominated ambassador for INCOSE.
Senior Expert at UNITY AG.
TÜV Rheinland certified GfSE Systems Engineering Assessor and member of the German Testing committee with several certificates in model based Systems Engineering (MBSE) with SysML.
Sven-Olaf Schulze holds a diploma in Aerospace and Space with a focus on aircraft structure and light weight design. He has been working in the space/aerospace industry since 1996 with project responsibilities in Ariane 4, Ariane 5, ISS, MIR, Airbus A380 and A400M and 5 years Systems Engineering consulting in different Industries
|1200 - 1300 ||Attendee Lunch Break |
|1300 - 1330 ||German Digital Agenda and the Role of Standardization |
Dr. Andreas Goerdeler, Head of the Directorate Digital and Innovation Policy, BMWi
Member of BMWi in leading positions since 1988 with background in Mathematics, Physics and Economics.
|1330 - 1400 || Industrial Benefits First! Bridging Planet Engineering & Planet Production |
Dr. Steven Vettermann, General Manager, ProSTEP iViP
German ISO Delegate and ISO 14306:2012 (ISO JT V1) Project Leader
ProSTEP iViP Representative in VDA, OMG, OASIS and Global Automotive Advisory Group
- General Manager ProSTEP iViP since 2010
- Manager Technical Program ProSTEP iViP 2004 - 2010
|1400 - 1430 ||The IIC Track & Trace Testbed - A Concrete Example for Driving Domain Specific IT Standards for the Shop Floor 4.0 |
Dirk Slama, Director of Business Development, BOSCH SI
Bosch SI is spearheading the Internet of Things (IoT) activities of Bosch, the global engineering group. Over 20 years experience in very large-scale distributed application projects and system integration, including SOA, BPM, M2M and most recently IoT. His international work experience includes projects for Lufthansa Systems, Boeing, AT&T, NTT DoCoMo, HBOS and others.
Co-author of "Enterprise IoT" book: http://enterprise-iot.org/slama/.
|1430 - 1500 ||IoT - Opportunities and Challenges for Electronic Automation Companies |
Dr. Gunther Kegel, CEO, Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH
Gunther Kegel studied electrical engineering at the technical university of Darmstadt from 1981 to 1985 and did his PhD on the topic of "Integration of sensor signals into robotic controls". After that he started his career in the predesign department at Pepperl+Fuchs in Mannheim. He was head of development for the business unit factory automation from 1994 to 1996 and became CEO of Pepperl+Fuchs in 2001. He is also member of the executive board of ZVEI and chairman of the "Fachverband Automation" (Product Division Automation).
|1500 - 1530 ||Afternoon Refreshments |
|1530 - 1600 ||Strategies for Digitalization and Enterprise Process Impact |
Matthias Schmich, Strategic Business Director, SIEMENS PLM
Matthias Schmich studied computer science from 1980 to 1984 in Karlsruhe. He started his career at Robert Bosch and was afterwards co-founder of the Eigner Company ,where he was one of the presidents. Form 1993 he worked five years as the IT-manager of Müller Weingarten. Mr. Schmich joint Andersen Consulting and founded afterwards the company C´vis in 1998. In this time he was responsible as external consultant for global PLM-programs. From 2004 until 2008 he became head of Business Consulting at AGILE/ORACLE. Since 2008 Matthias Schmich started for Siemens Industry Software as EMEA PMO Manager and was afterwards Vice President for Services in Germany until 2014. Since this time Matthias Schmich is responsible as Director for strategic projects.
|1600 - 1630 ||How to Integrate MBE and PLM? |
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Eigner, Technical University of Kaiserslautern, VPE
Martin Eigner is Chair of Virtual Product Engineering (VPE) at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern and is a member of multiple advisory boards across various professional and academic associations, including the ProSTEP Association (Automotive), GfSE (German Subsidiary of INCOSE), WiGeP (Association of German Institutes for Product Development) and acatech (technical academy). His research interests include work in the area of Product Lifecycle Management, Industrial Internet and Sustainability. He is an acknowledged expert in PLM and CAD/CAM and founded the company EIGNER+PARTNER in 1985 where he was CEO till the company moved its headquarters to Waltham, MA (USA) where he then was CTO and chairman of the advisory board of EIGNER, Inc. In 1985 Martin Eigner was awarded the VDI Ring of Honour (Ehrenring). He is author and co-author of seven books about CAD/PLM/PDM.
|1630 - 1730 ||Panel Discussion - What Standards Specifications Do We Need? |
| 1730 ||Adjourn |
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