12.10.2018 / More than 150 participants at our 3rd Practice Forum – Realize Digital Transformation

Over 150 international experts met at the RWTH Aachen Campus on October 10 and 11, experiencing the Internet of Production for R&D, manufacturing and customer related processes, and their implementation at e.GO Mobile’s new series factory in Aachen.
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Capacity audience at the 3rd Practice Forum - Realize Digital Transformation, here listening to the E4TC keynote in the Cluster Smart Logistics at RWTH Aachen Campus.
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Opening of Practice Forum and Industry exhibition on October 10
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Expressing thanks to Ad Ultima, Atlas Copco, Elisa, justSelling, Lorch, PSI Automotive & Industry, PTC, SAS Institute and Valtech Mobility as event sponsors, exhibitors and co-presenters, among currently 18 member companies of the European 4.0 Transformation Center
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A busy Industry exhibition
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Allowing for vivid discussions
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Connecting participants across disciplines
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Dr. Stephan Krumm explaining the industrial logic behind the electrical car start-up e.GO Mobile.
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The Enterprise Architecture breakout session covered the usage of the Internet of Production approach at the connected battery cell production line in the Aachen eLAB, and helped understand the vertical and horizontal dimensions of IoT-driven connectivity and processes. This included a perspective on how to transform IT management in the light of IoT.
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The Development Cycle breakout session showed the benefits from agility and digital integration of requirements management, design work, simulation and testing, along with augmented reality under a single source of truth in product data management.
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The Demonstration Factory Aachen was the venue for the Production Cycle breakout session. Main topics in this part of the Internet of Production were the transfer of master data from the development to the manufacturing cycle, order management and its tight integration to the shopfloor and intralogistics, as well as real-time tracking apps of connected assets and resources, leveraging the digital twin of the factory.
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Welding work on the aluminium frame of the e.GO Life as a "shining example" for connectivity in the production cycle
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At the e.GO showroom, the User Cycle breakout session explained the digitally seamless internal and external customer journeys before and after the purchase decision and delivery of the e.GO Life, adaptable to all go to market models.
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A relaxed mood in front of e.GO's new Industrie-4.0 series factory
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Updating about the most current status of the e.GO Life's industrialization, the electrical city car that combines fun, practicality and affordability
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Current interior design details
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Current exterior design details
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Deep dive into the product and production architectures that frame the final assembly processes
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Elaboration of the factory concept using its digital twin, and exemplification of the Internet of Production using e.GO's implemented system landscape