Fachforen LogiMAT - 31. Mai - 2. Juni 2022
Hochkarätige Experten aus Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft informieren über die wichtigsten Themen und neuesten Trends der innerbetrieblichen Logistik in der LogiMAT Arena.
Nicht "Fach-Chinesisch" sondern praxisnahe Wissensvermittlung auf Kongressniveau für Strategen und Praktiker aus Beschaffung, Produktion, Lager und Versand steht im Vordergrund.
FF 2022 - Schulz, IFT-1, EN
The Future of Manual Picking
Greater flexibility at an affordable price
Moderated by: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Schulz, Director, Institute of Mechanical Handling and Logistics (IFT), University of Stuttgart
Manual picking systems offer a high degree of flexibility at low investment costs. Humans are able to adapt quickly to dynamic, heterogeneous processes and can move to other areas of a company when demands on capacity fluctuate. That’s why manual activities dominate picking processes in production and distribution logistics. This expert forum offers both theory and practice for concrete, scientifically based approaches to planning and optimizing manual picking systems.
Picking: a Question of Flexibility
Daniel Mezger, Academic Assistant, Institute of Mechanical Handling and Logistics, University of Stuttgart
Robin Wenk, Co-Founder & CEO, Lightshape GmbH & Co. KG
Matthias Mögerle, Managing Director & COO, ThingOS GmbH
Increasing efficiency in manual picking with modern scanning gloves incl. display
Dr. Julian Popp, Senior Manager, MHP – A Porsche Company
Picking Starts with the Supplier
Johannes Kunkel, Managing Director, Lieferladen.de GmbH
FF 2022 - Spee, VDI, EN
From VDI: Clarity for Order Picking
Overview and selection process
Moderated by: Detlef Spee, Deputy Head, VDI Expert Committee 301, Logistics Systems and Management; Department Head, Intralogistics and IT Planning, Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML
The new VDI Guideline 3299 helps in the selection of the right picking system. It supplements the popular VDI 3590, which covers structural design. The new guideline offers a systematic approach to finding the right solution and highlights key principles, system types, and criteria. It provides everyone, not just experienced practitioners, with a common vocabulary and understanding on the journey to choosing the right system. An expert panel of warehouse operators and suppliers introduces the guideline and explores its benefits and applicability.
Introduction and moderation
This forum presents the concept of the new VDI Guideline 3299, a supplement to VDI 3590, which deals with finding the appropriate picking system.
Detlef Spee, Deputy Head, VDI Expert Committee 301, Logistics Systems and Management; Department Head, Intralogistics and IT Planning, Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics in Dortmund
A panel of experts will discuss benefits and applicability:
- Joachim Bernard, Head of Supply Chain Management, Bito-Lagertechnik Bittmann GmbH
- Tim Geißen, Head of Processes and WMS, Rewe Group
- Tobias Vetter, Team Leader of System Concepts, Gebhardt Fördertechnik GmbH
- Bastian Wolfgarten, Business Unit Manager of Logistics, Nordwest Handel AG
- Dipl.-Ing. Eike-Niklas Jung, Division Manager Technical Projects, dm-drogerie markt GmbH + Co. KG
FF 2022 - Lickefett, F-IPA, EN
Efficient Logistics in DesignChain
Moderated by: Michael Lickefett, Head of Department for Factory Planning and Production Management, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA
Shorter lead times for customized products, optimized fulfillment and logistics planning: “DesignChain” delivers an end-to-end, highly automated process flow—from defining customer requirements and setting the price and delivery date to generating the design and CAD model and transferring a validated NC code to production. Digital efficiency is a game-changer for fulfillment and logistics.
Fraunhofer IPA offers a concise illustration of how processes are automated in DesignChain, including real-world examples.
High-Performance End-to-End Processes for Operational Excellence in Fulfillment and Logistics
Michael Lickefett, Department Head, Factory Planning and Production Management, Fraunhofer IPA
DesignChain—Automating the Process Chain from the Customer Requirement to the CNC Program
Christoph Haar, Assistant Group Director, Planning Manufacturing Systems, Fraunhofer IPA
Automated Fulfillment as Part of the DesignChain—the Path to Efficient Logistics
Christian Fries, Assistant Group Director, Production Planning and Control, Fraunhofer IPA
FF 2022 - Krupp, HSA_ops, EN
Urban and Rural Supply Concepts of the Future
Imagining tomorrow’s transshipment centers and automation
Moderated by: Prof. Dr. Michael Krupp, Director, Research Group for Optimizing Added Value at the University of Augsburg (HSA_ops)
The need to reduce carbon emissions and improve the quality of life in urban centers has led to intense efforts to reinvent mobility.
Changes in individual mobility typically also have a major impact on the conditions for last-mile transport in city centers. Urban logistics concepts to address these trends have been designed and tested in city centers since the 1990s. New concepts in rural areas are less common, but are also being tested.
In most cases, this will require new transshipment centers with innovations in areas such as last-mile modes of transport. But what will these hubs look like? Tight spaces, limited hours, extremely high demands on flexibility?
Can they be automated, and which IT systems are needed? We look forward to sharing our experience and solutions and talking with you.
Urban and Rural Supply Concepts—Is Automation an Enabler for New Solutions?
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Müller-Steinfahrt, Institute Director, Institute for Applied Logistics (IAL), University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt
Last-Mile Solution Concepts—Challenges and Solutions at UPS
Klaus Stodick, Director of City Logistics, United Parcel Service Deutschland S.à r.l. & Co. OHG
Intralogistics Material Flow Controller as the Basis of Future Supply Concepts
Mathias Thomas, Owner, TUP GmbH & Co. KG; Founder, RULS (Realtime Urban Logistics Solution)
FF 2022 - Ullrich, Forum FTS, EN
Ranking Autonomous Features in AGV/AMR Systems
The new VDI Autonomy Index
Moderated by: Dr.-Ing. Günter Ullrich, Director, Forum-FTS GmbH, Head of VDI expert committee AGV
In the old days, people just talked about AGVs. Now we have AMRs, MRs, aAGVs, IGVs, and more—terms that are largely the brainchild of marketing departments. But what exactly is autonomy, and what do autonomous functions mean for AGVs?
The VDI expert committee on AGVs has developed a comprehensive definition of autonomy: Clearly delineating automatic and autonomous functions and applying an evaluation matrix of all 11 autonomous functions makes it possible for the first time to calculate an autonomy index. Each function is also compared against the use case, yielding a custom evaluation of an autonomous solution.
- Moderator: Dr.-Ing. Günter Ullrich, Head of VDI Technical Committee for AGVs; Managing Partner, Forum-FTS GmbH
- Thomas Albrecht, Manager AGVs, Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics IML
- Karl Rapp, Head of Sales and Marketing, DS Automotion GmbH