The quest for “Zero Production Failures” has been a focus of many automotive part producers for the past years – suppliers and OEM’s alike. High output and high cost efficiency are crucial to keep the pace and compete at high levels. Smart Production can be a means to accomplish the mission as long as the term “Smart” implies the adoption of a production control system capable of predicting and preventing failures. But prediction does not automatically imply prevention. In order to build the foundations for the smart factory to stand up to, the process engineering work must be as “smart” as it can be.
In this webinar we will explain what “Smart Engineering” is and how it is applied to press shop operations using real-life examples provided and presented by Mats Sigvant, Technical Leader of Sheet Metal Forming Simulations at Volvo Cars.
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Registration May 11, 2021, Session: 9:00* (Duration approx. 1 hour)
Registration May 11, 2021, Session: 16:00* (Duration approx. 1 hour)
*Central European Time (GMT +2:00)
Content of this webinar:
- How engineering can effectively reduce the risk of failures in production
- How Smart Engineering and the Physics-Driven Digital Process Twin support this goal
- How the prediction capabilities of Smart Engineering are used at Volvo Cars to optimize production
Who should join:
Press shop managers, tool & die managers, internal and supplier quality managers and overall decision makers working in the sheet metal stamping industry, from engineering to production.
(left) Gianfranco Ruggiero, Senior Product Manager, AutoForm
(right) Mats Sigvant, Sheet Metal Forming Simulation Technical Leader, Volvo Cars
You may also like to open a dialogue with Gianfranco on LinkedIn.