Fachforen LogiMAT 2020
Hochkarätige Experten aus Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft informieren über die wichtigsten Themen und neuesten Trends der innerbetrieblichen Logistik auf Vortragsflächen inmitten der Messehallen.
Nicht "Fach-Chinesisch" sondern praxisnahe Wissensvermittlung auf Kongressniveau für Strategen und Praktiker aus Beschaffung, Produktion, Lager und Versand steht im Vordergrund.
FF 2020 - Schulz, IFT, IFT-Tag, EN
Intralogistics – Future – Technology
New technologies in intralogistics
Chaired by: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Schulz, Director, Institute of Mechanical Handling and Logistics (IFT), University of Stuttgart
09:30 - 10:00
Studying logistics – online and in-work
Further learning with the University of Stuttgart
The MASTER:ONLINE in Logistics Management course is one of a number of pioneering initiatives in Germany to offer online study for people already in work. Students learn technical as well as business competences culminating in a master´s degree or a professional certificate. The “Master of Business and Engineering in Logistics Management” (MBE) is internationally recognized and a pathway to a PhD. Find out in this forum about flexible and needs-oriented study options.
10:00 - 11:00
Excellence in manual order-picking
Designing efficient and flexible manual order-picking systems
Manual order-picking systems offer high flexibility at low investment cost. People are capable of adapting quickly to dynamic, heterogeneous processes and when there are capacity fluctuations, people can move to other functions within the company. For that reason manual activities are an integral feature of commissioning processes in production and distribution logistics. This series of talks by practitioners and researchers delivers specific, scientifically founded approaches to planning and optimizing manual order-picking systems.
11:30 - 12:30
Decentralized control in automated material flow systems
Needs-oriented component sequencing on location
Material flow systems that are capable of reacting to event-driven real-time needs at the sink have to be flexible. A static pearl chain which takes several days to work through does not meet these demands. Integrating human sensory and cognitive capabilities as a decentralized decision-making point in automated material flow systems creates flexibility in dealing with event-driven situations.
13:30 - 14:30
Simulation of material flow systems
Planning and control in research and practice
As a result of ever shorter innovation and development cycles, growing competitive pressure and an increasing variety of services and products, material flow simulation is becoming more and more important.
Three talks are presented in this series: The first two talks, by the Institute of Mechanical Handling and Logistics at Stuttgart University, are an introduction to the themes of simulation-based planning and control of material flow systems. The final talk is by SimPlan AG, a leading simulation service-provider in the area of material flow systems.
15:00 - 16:00
Sensorics for autonomous logistics systems
Approaches and solutions from research and industry
Whether mobile, stationary or a mix of both – autonomous systems need sensors. What applies to vehicles, applies also to logistics. When systems make decisions independently and should also be able to react to unexpected occurrences, then sensors provide the required information about the environment. This information can be acquired at the autonomous system itself, or also through the installed infrastructure. Approaches and solutions to sensorics in autonomous logistics systems are presented in this series of talks.
FF 2020 - Bohlmann, 3p, EN
Start-IN – Innovating supply chain management
Culture as a critical success factor
Chaired by: Bettina Bohlmann, Start-In Guide, 3p procurement branding GmbH, Düsseldorf. Participator in the Supply Chain Summit EXCHAiNGE 2020
Many companies still act in accordance with the belief that sticking to their ways and focusing on investing in technology and materials will bring them a sustainable competitive advantage. Yet the reality is that products, processes, even knowledge can be copied and that companies can quickly be overtaken by the competition on all these fronts. The key factor in ensuring success lies therefore in creating a unique (own) corporate culture with strong integration. How to overcome barriers to innovation and initiate and manage the transformation process will be the subject of discussion here with the experienced change expert Bettina Bohlmann and other pioneers in corporate practice.
FF 2020 - Demircan, TÜV, EN
International licensing for FTS – how to do it!
Step-by-step guide for manufacturers
Chaired by: Dipl.-Ing. Sami Demircan, Senior Account Manager Smart Automation, TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH, Munich
Driverless transport systems (DTS) are now an accepted part of manufacturing, logistics and the health service. Especially in combination with a manipulator or robot, they make an important contribution to the productivity of a company. Safety is of course a must. However, what is less clear, and sometimes even contradictory, are the regulations regarding safety testing of DTS. A catalog of standards has still not been produced. This series of talks by TÜV Süd takes up these problems and shows DTS manufacturers and integrators solutions for international market access.
FF 2020 - Aha, ident, EN
Automation in logistics with AutoID
Identification & data capture: Products, software & applications
Chaired by: Thorsten Aha, editor in chief ident, Ident Verlag & Service GmbH, Dortmund
In order to survive in the market at present and meet the many and varied demands of customers, what´s needed are flexible solutions and innovative technologies. For SMEs in particular effective implementation of digitalization is an enormous challenge. Examples of efficient technical solutions for autoID technology applications in automation and logistics will be presented and discussed. In a series of experienced-based talks the applications for technologies such as RFID, mobile IT, barcodes and the use of robots will be explored
FF 2020 - Lickefett, F-IPA, EN
Intelligent systems for optimizing production systems
How to identify the causes of losses in production
Chaired by: Michael Lickefett, Head of Department for Factory Planning and Production Management, Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart
Intelligent systems promise enormous savings in production costs because they simplify, supplement and enable new ways of optimizing production. In this forum IPA experts point out ways in which the causes for losses can be identified in ongoing production processes. They explain how manual operations can be digitally logged and evaluated and how intelligent systems can contribute to production planning.
FF 2020 - Lange, F-IML, EN
Retail logistics 4.0 – Fit for future?
What will be shaping the trading world of tomorrow?
Chaired by: Dr. Volker Lange, Head of Packaging and Trade Logistics, Fraunhofer Institute for Material Flow and Logistics (IML), Dortmund
Technological developments and innovations do not stop at commerce. Online and offline worlds will collaborate in the future and shape logistics processes and digital applications. That will have a big impact on the traditional roles of the players in commerce and force them to look at new business models. This forum takes up this theme, exploring different perspectives and giving insight into key trends and effects of the digital transformation in the worlds of trade and commerce. An exciting journey lies ahead of us.
FF 2020 - Kortschak, FHE, EN
Warehouse optimization goes beyond digitalization
Considering all the factors when optimizing the warehouse
Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Dr. Bernd H. Kortschak, Chair, Business Administration and Logistics, Erfurt University of Applied Sciences
The advances in data processing and in IT have, it seems, greatly simplified warehouse planning. CAD is used in getting the most out of the available space on the site in question, and computers also support warehouse operations. Yet this approach does not take into account the function of the warehouse in the supply chain or the requirements of the goods being stored or the markets. The value of the goods, the delivery service, space conditions, sales volumes etc. – all these are important factors which should be integrated into warehouse planning and operations.
FF 2020 - Jansen, VVL, EN
Logistics innovations for day-to-day operations
New solutions save costs and resources
Chaired by: Prof. Dr.- Ing. habil. Rolf Jansen, Managing Director, Verein zur Förderung innovativer Verfahren in der Logistik (VVL) e. V., Dortmund
In many areas of logistics disruptive technological changes have been experienced in recent years. Self-driving vehicles in warehouse distribution, intelligent packaging in the warehouse and man-machine collaborations in order-picking are examples of successful implementation of these rapid developments. Experts from research and business explain, using selected examples, the opportunities this opens up for companies and what measures are necessary in order to be able to use the innovations sensibly.
FF 2020 - Schocke, Salt, EN
Digitalization: Now or never!
No more excuses – time to act
Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Kai-Oliver Schocke, Professor for Production Management and Logistics, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
Using the example of a transformation project for complex discrete production at Alfred Kärcher SE & Co. KG, the speakers explains how a heterogeneous technology landscape can be harmonized in tune with logistics globally via a template strategy with solutions from the supply chain execution platform, based on SAP. And also in the process, how that landscape can be digitalized. The team of speakers: Prof. Schocke from Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences, Dr. Jürgen Beetz, Senior Director SAP Competence Center at Kärcher and Daniela Oppmann, Director Business Development Logistics at SALT Solutions.
FF 2020 - Vallee, VuP, EN
Software for logistics in omni-channel trading
What traders can learn from each other
Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Franz Vallée, Founder, VuP GmbH, Vallée und Partner, Logistic & IT Consultancy, Münster
Efficient logistics processes are today the backbone of omni-channel trading. The trader has to design processes so that the customer will not change trader and has to ensure the customer´s wishes in terms of ease, speed and transparency are fulfilled at all times. As well as material flow processes, information flows must also be designed efficiently. The many and diverse questions that arise in this context are to be discussed in this forum. The challenges are great, the projects complex. In this forum specific examples from real business applications are presented, from which traders can learn.