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.
Opening and Awards ceremony
Opening and Awards ceremony
FIRST HAND INTRALOGISTICS - Visions – Innovations – Solutions
FIRST HAND INTRALOGISTICS
Visions – Innovations – Solutions
Official opening of the trade fair LogiMAT 2020
by Michael Ruchty, Exhibition Director LogiMAT Stuttgart,
EUROEXPO Messe- und Kongress-GmbH, Munich
Keynote lecture: Karsten Zimmer, Specialist for data security, EDP expert & IT forensic office
Today’s reality unfortunately includes the risks of using AI and threats such as cyberwarfare in the arehouse. Data security expert Karsten Zimmer is a forensic IT specialist and “ethical hacker” who works closely with German and European law enforcement agencies. He was recently summoned as an expert for the investigative committee of the State Parliament in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Zimmer offers exclusive insights into how companies can counteract such risks, including a demonstration of the astonishing power of effective solutions.
Awards ceremony – Best Product 2020
Laudatio: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Fottner, Chair in Materials Handling, Material Flow, Logistics at the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Munich
Take part, when the winners of the following three prize categories of the Best Product award will be announced!
"Software, Communication, IT",
"Order picking, Conveying, Lifting, Storage technology" and
"Identification, Packaging and Loading technology, Load securing"
FF 2020 - ten Hompel, F-IML, EN
Silicon Economy – The next big thing
Digitalization, AI, AGV swarms – what´s next?
Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Michael ten Hompel, Managing Director of the Fraunhofer Institute of Material Flow and Logistics (IML), Chair of Materials Handling and Warehousing, TU Dortmund University
In intralogistics, digitalization and artificial intelligence will be the first to break through. Swarms of autonomous guided vehicles that organize themselves, connect to their platforms and pay for their journeys via blockchain, will become the symbol of the coming Silicon Economy in intralogistics. New business models will be created that require open and federal eco-systems, cooperations with industry and coopetition with market players. These hypotheses are discussed in this forum.
FF 2020 - Fottner, fml, EN
Man & machine: The future of flexible logistics
Intelligent cooperation between man and machine
Chaired by: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johannes Fottner, Chair in Materials Handling, Material Flow, Logistics at the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Munich
Trouble-free cooperation between man and machine is one of the main pillars of Industry 4.0. The demands on logistics systems are steadily rising, driven by an increasing number of variants and rising pressure on costs and time. The latest technologies and intuitive operating concepts are offering new freedom to design the workplace of the future for a changing society. In this forum experts from business and research explain how assistance systems support human workers and in doing so, help reduce errors.
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 - 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 - Schmidt, VDI, EN
Virtual development environments for logistics systems
Chaired by: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Thorsten Schmidt, VDI-Gesellschaft Produktion und Logistik (GPL) and holder of the Chair in Technical Logistics, Technical University of Dresden
Lengthy and flawed start-up phases in automatic logistics systems are now a thing of the past. Today digital twins are used to ensure successful development of logistics IT systems. Through real-time coupling of real IT systems with simulation models, virtual test environments are created which enable early and comprehensive quality assurance of control systems in equipment and components in intralogistics. Presented in this trade forum is the soon-to-be-published VDI Guideline 4497 on emulation.
FF 2020 - Jacobi, ECLR, EN
Sustainable cost reduction with intelligent processes
Chaired by: Dr. Christian Jacobi, Director, EffizienzCluster Management GmbH, Managing Partner, agiplan GmbH, Mülheim an der Ruhr
Digitalization and automation are bringing about long-term change in intralogistics, not only generating greater efficiency and flexibility, but also prompting companies to review their logistics structures. Process and system optimization is a way to, for example, further develop analogue business models and traditional working methods. In this sector experts explain how to optimize logistics networks and processes, implement digital tools, reduce costs and open the way for growth – all in an effective organization.