2017 we concluded another exciting and insightful innovation forum for automation in Dresden. Thank to all participants, speakers and organizers for inspiring conversations and many new interesting topics.
We look forward to seeing you in Dresden again in January 2018!
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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Bosch’s vision is to complete the automated material handling in all process areas and to reach an automation rate above 80%.
Schaefer, PhD, has extensive experience in engineering and management positions in globally active semiconductor companies. read more
The interdisciplinary approach for a paradigm shift based on smart materials read more
Franke, PhD, want to achieve Dresdens as a smart city. read more
/ Lateral Assistance
Uwe Schob, PhD, works and researches in mass production projects for advanced driver assistance systems. read more
Kreißig, PhD, started his career at Volkswagen (VW) now he challenges with new manufacturing innovations at Continental read more
Friday, January 20, 2017
Institute System Architecture
Professor Lehner puts a strong emphasis on practical research work in combination with industrial cooperations on an international, national, and regional level read more
Globally integrated business is a key driver for success - Saslona shows some insights from the latest MES project at Kostal. read more
Schubert, PhD, holds a Master degree in advanced control and system engineering from university of manchester. read more
Mr. Riester holds a Master degree in photo-engineering from university of cologne - now he is working for TI as Manager Automation/Cost. read more
Erfurt, PhD, has extensive international experience in project and senior management positions in globally active photovoltaic companies. read more
Photolithography Expert Rainer Garreis will show us the path into the future of chip technology. read more
/ WIP Flow Optimization
Semiconductor manufacturing provides a lot of challenges and opportunities - Stehli, PhD, show the next steps at GF. read more