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APMS Conference

APMS 2021 Conference Special Session/Track on Integrated Manufacturing & Service Operations Management for Product- Service Systems

Over the past 12-months there has been an acceleration of the use of digital within the PSS context as remote forms of support have been developed and deployed in the field allowing new collaborative approaches that support value cocreation. This shows new models of integration of manufacturing operations and service management initiatives, enabled by digital that allow these formats to be delivered. Specifically, the implementation of new formats of digitally-enabled value propositions supports innovative forms of asset management, operations and maintenance during the product-service lifecycle. This leads companies to capture new aspects into their product-service system and allows conversions, modifications and upgrades to extend the asset’s overall useful life with both a sustainable and circular view. Different analytical tools can enable new value propositions as well as improving service experience and operational efficiencies. Moreover, the new digitalized solutions help create the ideal conditions to allow the integration of third-party services; namely, system installers, maintenance-focused supplier or existing business partners (e.g. agents or distributors), who may provide service on the operational assets in place of either the customer or the manufacturer.

With the advent of new forms of integrated value propositions focusing on product-service life-cycle, process support services, asset efficiency services or processes delegation services, may thus mean that the traditional PSS models (e.g., Tukker) might no longer be valid in their existing forms. However, additional studies are needed to find new integration schemes, that support the development of emerging business modes, their value propositions, as well as to identify the best underlying technologies. This special session aims to explore different forms of integration within a product-service system context. The objectives support the aim are to:

  • develop new frameworks to describe integrated value proposition within a PSS context;
  • understand and characterize different digitally-enabled value propositions;
  • identify how new technologies enable new value propositions;
  • describe how to better integrate circular economy aspects into the existing value propositions and business models.
    Qualitative and quantitative papers are requested for this session rather than literature reviews.

Implementing Smart Maintenance in Industry: Innovation Projects Flash Talks

Data-driven methods for predictive maintenance are gaining attention both in applied research and in industry. However, often there is a substantial gap between state-of-the-art methods in research and the actual status of implementation of these methods in industrial systems and infrastructures.
Some of the questions that are often left open are:

  • How can a company identify a business opportunity that can be addressed by data-driven innovations?
  • Which data would be required for the successful implementation of such innovation?
  • What tailor-made tools would be required for the data-acquisition, storage and processing?
  • How would we integrate the innovation in our existing industrial framework and make sure it is efficiently adopted by the operational teams?

In this meeting we focus our attention on one of the primary tools that allow Swiss companies to bridge the gap between research and practice: Innosuisse funding for R&D collaboration projects between applied research institutes and industry companies. We will briefly explain the idea and formal procedure of an Innosuisse funding grant for such projects and then introduce several concrete examples for past successful projects in the field of smart maintenance. Each project presenter will have 10 minutes to summarize the main goal and implemented outcomes. We will conclude with a session of questions and answers to the presenters.

In this way we hope to give our members a clearer perspective of the possibilities that the Swiss Innovation Agency allows in order to transfer knowledge from applied research into industry, with focus on data-driven maintenance applications for industrial assets and infrastructures.

We strongly encourage you to participate in the active discussion, and in addition to forward this invitation to people in your company that might play a relevant role in decision processes regarding innovation.

Program
12:00-12:10 pm Introduction: Innosuisse projects as a business opportunity.
12:10-13:00 pm 5 Flash Talks: Innovation Projects in Smart Maintenance (various speakers from research and industry).
13:00-13:10 pm Databooster industry 4.0: boosting innovation initiatives.
13:10-13:30 pm Q&A session.

Registration
Registered participants will receive a link to the meeting prior to the event. Please register through the form at the bottom of this page. For questions you are welcome to contact us directly through lilach.gorenhuber@zhaw.ch or thomas.palme@ge.com.

Best Regards

Thomas Palmé and Lilach Goren Huber

Databooster Kickoff

Register for the Databooster Kickoff event

YOU are invited to the kickoff event of the NTN Innovation Booster – Databooster, powered by Innosuisse on February 10, 2021, 4pm to 5pm,  online.

The NTN Innovation Booster – Databooster is a community with an open innovation culture, in which key players around data-based value creation work together to develop innovation ideas and explore new business areas and approaches.

We are now officially starting and want to present our program to you personally. We invite participants both from within and outside of the data innovation alliance to take part in the event.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Agenda

  • Opening
    Gundula Heinatz, data innovation alliance
  • Overview of NTN Innovation Booster program powered by Innosuisse
    Jürgen Laubersheimer, Innosuisse
  • Overview of NTN Innovation Booster – Databooster
    Gundula Heinatz, data innovation alliance
  • Networking and informal discussion breakout

«Predictive Maintenance» Tagesseminar

Das 1×1 der vorausschauenden Wartung

In der Instandhaltung kannte man bis anhin zwei Strategien – proaktiv und reaktiv. Mit der Digitalisierung eröffnet sich eine dritte Strategie – prädiktiv: vorausschauend respektive zustandsorientiert.

Angesichts der ständig steigenden Anforderungen auf dem Werkplatz, die Produktivität zu erhöhen und die Betriebskosten zu senken, ist es sinnvoller denn je, die vorbeugende Instandhaltung und Zustandsüberwachung im eigenen Unternehmen in Betracht zu ziehen. Durch die Vorhersage einer Störung, bevor es überhaupt zu Auswirkungen kommt, können Ausfallzeiten minimiert, die Produktivität der Mitarbeitenden gesteigert und Kosten gespart werden.

In diesem Kurs erfahren Sie anhand von konkreten Projekten, wie man einen Betrieb fit für die digitale Instandhaltung trimmt und welche Mehrwerte damit generiert werden können.

Das Seminar richtet sich an Entscheidungsträger aus den Bereichen Instandhaltung, Technik und Digitalisierung.

Ziele

  • Sie kennen den Prozess «Predicitive Maintenance» von der Datenaufnahme bis zur Umsetzung.
  • Sie können die Möglichkeiten einordnen, die Algorithmen und Machine Learning bieten.
  • Sie sind schon nach der ersten Einführung im Kurs in der Lage, ein Projektpapier zu erstellen.

Inhalte

  • Erfahrungen aus umgesetzten Kundenprojekten
  • Theorie von Predictive Maintenance, Big Data, Internet of Things, Anomalie- und Mustererkennung, Dashboards
  • Erarbeitung eines Projektpapiers in der Gruppe

Klicken Sie auf den “MORE INFO” Link in der Leiste oben rechts um auf die Webseite des Veranstalters zu kommen.
Mitglieder der data innovation alliance können sich mit dem Spezialpreis für 390.00 registrieren!

Virtual Databooster Kickoff Event and Christmas Lounge

We welcome our members to join us for the Virtual Databooster Kickoff Event and Christmas Lounge. Data Booster is the D+S NTN Innovation Booster, powered by Innosuisse. We will use an online platform where you can freely move around and mingle with other members! Stay tuned for further details.

Register: Please contact us at our office if you would like to participate in the event.

We will present the Databooster process and key dates that you should not miss!

SDS2021 – Workshops

The Swiss Conference on Data Science (SDS) is the most important Swiss conference for applied data science! In 2021 it will be held for the 8th time.

We connect data scientists, developers, opinion leaders, decision makers and pioneers. We create and exchange ideas for innovative products and services, with a non-exclusive focus on the Swiss market. We foster the community of data scientists in Switzerland – and beyond.

SDS2021: With talks and contributions focusing on applied data science and business, accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore. Talks with business impact and data-driven innovation concepts will be presented at the SDS2021.

Meet innovators, scientists as well as business insiders and get access to emerging trends, cutting-edge technologies and research results. Get inspired and use the input from SDS2021 directly for the improvement and development of your data-based products, solutions and applications. Further expand your network and discuss with experts on applied data science during our breaks and social events.

Use-Case Talks Series 2021

About the Use-Case Talks Series: Come and enjoy in-depth technical discussions and exchange information about interesting technical challenges among industry, academic and individual members in our Use-Case Talks series. In a relaxed atmosphere we  will discuss about progresses and challenges in data projects, Use-Cases and applications.

For registration please send an email to nadine.furrer@aspaara.com

Use-Case Talks Series 2021

About the Use-Case Talks Series: Come and enjoy in-depth technical discussions and exchange information about interesting technical challenges among industry, academic and individual members in our Use-Case Talks series. In a relaxed atmosphere we  will discuss about progresses and challenges in data projects, Use-Cases and applications.

There will be one more talks on the 8th of November.

For registration please send an email to nadine.furrer@aspaara.com

6. F&E-Konferenz zu Industrie 4.0

An einem Nachmittag werden rund 25 Hochschulprojekte im 5-Minuten-Takt aus Bereichen wie Internet of Things (IoT), Technologien (Robotik, Automatisierung), Maschinelles lernen, Big Data/ Data Processing, neue Geschäftsfelder und vielem mehr vorgestellt. Sie erhalten auf effiziente Art und Weise einen Überblick der Themen der nahen Zukunft und erfahren, was an den Hoch- und Fachhochschulen im Bereich Industrie 4.0 geforscht und entwickelt wird.

In der anschliessenden virtuellen Posterausstellung haben Sie die Möglichkeit mit den Referierenden in Kontakt zu treten, sich für weitere Vorhaben inspirieren zu lassen und vielleicht auch schon die ersten Weichen für eine Zusammenarbeit zu stellen.

Weitere Informationen: Offizielle Webseite

Zielgruppe

    • Vertreter*innen der Industrie aus Entwicklung, F&E, Produktion und Geschäftsleitung
    • Dozent*innen und Projektleitende der Hochschulen und Forschungsinstitutionen

Use-Case Talks Series 2021

About the Use-Case Talks Series: Come and enjoy in-depth technical discussions and exchange information about interesting technical challenges among industry, academic and individual members in our Use-Case Talks series. In a relaxed atmosphere we  will discuss about progresses and challenges in data projects, Use-Cases and applications.

There will be two more talks on the 14th of June and the 8th of November.

For registration please send an email to nadine.furrer@aspaara.com

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