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|11.00 Wednesday||Wedensday agenda 11:00-16:00 - See below|
The value of SAP PLM
PLM software-and-service package gives you transparency and comply with industry regulations, by documenting production performance. It enabels you to deliver high-quality products and reduce waste, throughout every phase of the product life cycle. You can accelerate product development by integrating supply-chain and procurement management.
Meet the Expert and Networking
Dinner and Entertainment
11'th of April
Welcome back and SAP PLM in action
Get an overview on the latest developments.
Presentation in combination with a Demo Jam
Presented by: Frank Spiegel, Product Manager PLM,
Product Management PLM, SAP AG with colleagues
SAP PLM Portfolio
and Project Management.An update on latest developments and customer trends
Presented by: Renato Zadro (SAP)
SAP PLM for Discrete IndustriesAn update on latest developments and customer trends
Presented by: Frank Spiegel (SAP)
SAP PLM for Process Industries
An update on latest developments and customer trends
Process driven PLM
Integrated Product Development with SAP PLM7 – Live on Stage! An entertaining and easy to understand business process scenario for decision makers in discrete industry companies
Presented by; Horst Heckhorn, Cenit AG
Continues, from 11:00.
The presentation shows how SAP PLM7 core functionalities can help to navigate fast and elegant thru the immense business content “hidden” in SAP.
We’ll demonstrate the seamless integration of 3D CAD authoring environments from Dassault Systèmes and Siemens. You’ll see how we use the 3D CAD data with SAP 3D Visual Enterprise to support your users to make better decisions at an earlier time in the business process. In a realistic industry scenario we’ll explain the process driven data flow from your engineering department to purchasing and manufacturing – for a new product development and for a typical engineering change process. The entire presentation is LIVE – we’ll use slides only where they are helpful for a better understanding of the context!
Presented by; Horst Heckhorn, Cenit AG
Rapid Deployment Solutions for Recipe Development.
Manage your entire product lifecycle – Gain a 360-degree view of the processes and activities involved in developing and manufacturing products. The integrated PLM software-and-service package is complient with industry regulations.
Workshop on Recipe functionality.
We explain the possibilities to influence and discuss requirements
Experience from the Recipe Development Advisory Council will be shared.
SAP 3D Visual Enterprise –
SAP PLM Rapid Deployment Solution for Discrete Industries
Gain a 360-degree view of the processes and activities involved in developing and manufacturing products. From concept through delivery, you can integrate operations, support innovation, enable collaborations, and make informed decisions.
By implementing SAPs integrated PLM software-and-service package, you establish transparency and comply with industry regulations, by documenting production performance.
Presented by: Peter Szincsák, SAP AG
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PLM Special Interest Group meeting - Wednesday before conference
One Topic will be Customer Connection Focus Topic
Kick-Start Workshop's - Wednesday join in before conference startsJoin in for an workshop with Frank Spiegel Product Manager PLM, Product Management PLM, SAP AG and Espen Leknes, Senior Consultant PLM, itelligence AS.
Kick-Start Introduction to
Kick-Start Introduction to
SAP PLM in Discrete Industries
Presented by: Espen Leknes (itelligence AS)
Kick-Start Introduction to
SAP PLM in Process Industries
Presented by: Dan Bender (SAP)
|During all Thursday - SAP Demo & Expert Area|
The conference will feature an SAP Demo & Expert Area where you can learn more about hot SAP PLM topics from SAP experts.
The topics are:
PLM for Discrete Industries
Package of 3 tickes to Adfahrer Conferences.
3.500 Euro, incl. hotel room.
1.000 Euro excl. hotel
Early Bird price;
700 Euro valid before 16'th of February
800 Euro valid before 16'th of March
Register by the "Sign Up" button on top of the page or use e-mail: email@example.com or phone +46 8 525 077 30
Location: Copenhagen, close to airport. 10 minutes by taxi estimated to a price of 15 Euro.
Hotell Scandic Sydhavnen, Sydhavns Plads 15, 2450 København
Travel airport or centralstation 10 minutes by taxi estimated to a price of 15 Euro.
Call +45 88 33 36 73
Rooms from 850 DKK.
CEO, Adfahrer AB
The Conference structure is effective 40 minute presentations. By customers and specialists. The agenda also holds time for workshops, Round Table discussions and informal discussions at Planned Social Networking and an informal dinner where you can build and enlarge your Nordic network.
PLM for Portfolio and Project Management. Product development tools etc
PLM in Process Industries - In process Industrie manufacturing, the products are created by using a formula or recipe to refine raw ingredients and the final product. The product cannot be broken down to its basic components. Aspirin is a product of process manufacturing.
PLM in Discrete Industries - Discrete manufacturing is an industry term for the manufacturing of finished products that are distinct items capable of being easily counted, touched or seen.
A discrete product can be broken down at the end of its lifecycle so its basic components can be recycled (In theory). An automobile is a product of discrete manufacturing.
In discrete manufacturing, the manufacturing floor works off orders to build something. Examples include toys, medical equipment, computers and cars. The resulting products are easily identifiable. In process manufacturing, the products are undifferentiated, for example oil, natural gas and salt.
Discrete manufacturing is often characterized by individual or separate unit production. Units can be produced in low volume with very high complexity or high volumes of low complexity. Low volume/high complexity production results in the need for an extremely flexible manufacturing system that can improve quality and time-to-market speed while cutting costs. High volume/low complexity production puts high premiums on inventory controls, lead times and reducing or limiting materials costs and waste.
Industry Profile - Discrete Manufacturing includes makers of consumer electronics, computer and accessories, appliances, and other household items, as well as "big ticket” consumer and commercial goods like cars and airplanes. Discrete Manufacturing companies make physical products that go directly to businesses and consumers, and assemblies that are used by other manufacturers.
The processes deployed in discrete manufacturing are not continuous in nature. Each process can be individually started or stopped and can be run at varying production rates. The final product may be produced out of single or multiple inputs. Producing a steel structure will need only one type of raw material - steel. Producing a mobile phone requires many different inputs, The plastic case, LCD display, the mainboard, PVC keypad, sockets, cables are made from different materials, at different places. This is different from Process manufacturing like production of paper or petroleum refining, where the end product is obtained by a continuous process or a set of continuous processes. Discrete manufacturing process allows for temporary stoppage of work in one area without affecting the entire unit, whereas continuous process manufacturing requires that entire production process be stopped.
|Tomas Hidman||ABB AB|
|Tommy Hansson||Acando Consulting AB|
|Gunnar Freyr Gunnarsson||Accenture|
|Sunniva Bjerke||Adfahrer AB|
|Eva-Maria Fahrer||Adfahrer AB|
|Joakim Fahrer||Adfahrer AB|
|Martin Kristensen||Adfahrer AB|
|Thomas Kuntze||Adfahrer AB|
|Rune Kleppe||Aibel AS|
|Stian Alexander Enger||Aker Solutions|
|Nikhil Kulkarni||Aker Solutions|
|Gertjan Ophoff||Akselera Norway AS|
|Ulf Holmqvist||Borealis AB|
|Charlotte Johansson||Borealis AB|
|Joe Hodge||British American Tobacco|
|Stefan Biefel||CENIT AG|
|Horst Heckhorn||CENIT AG|
|Frank Luppold||CENIT AG|
|Rico Tabor||CIDEON AG|
|Donna van Weeren||Colgate Palmolive|
|Achim Rossel||DSC Software AG|
|Cheng Yaw Goh||DSC Software AG|
|Filipa Vaz Pinto||EVRY|
|Vlad Tapia||EVRY Consulting|
|Mats Wikström||EVRY Consulting|
|Colja Boenemann||Exxon Mobil|
|Kjell Arne Drag||FMC Technologies AS|
|Johan Rusaanes||FMC Technologies AS|
|Markus Schmidt||Hella KGaA Hueck & Co|
|Anders Gerebo||Kongsberg Automotive|
|Hardy Johansson||Kongsberg Automotive|
|Ingemar Sverin||Kongsberg Automotive|
|Jan-Ove Engström||Kongsberg Automotive|
|Pasi Huotari||Metso MAC|
|Björn Höij||Nobel Biocare AB|
|Niels Mortensen||Novozymes A/S|
|Tommy Uppheim||Pearl Consulting|
|Jens Brühning||SAP AG|
|John McNiff||SAP AG|
|Frank Spiegel||SAP AG|
|Peter Szincsak||SAP AG|
|Philip Teschemacher||SAP Danmark AS|
|Lorena Vilaseca||SAP Norway|
|Johan Malmström||SAP Svenska AB|
|Matthias Müller||SEAL Systems AG|
|Adalbert Nübling||SEAL Systems AG|
|Henrik Grandt||VIKING LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT A/S|
|Mette Sørensen||VIKING Life-Saving Equipment|
|Alexandre Kaszycki||Volvo AB|
|Urban Krokström||Volvo AB|
|Espen Leknes||itelligence AS|