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Moving Forward from Covid-19

Aangezien de meeste bedrijven uit de lockdown van Covid-19 komen en de “terugkeren naar de werkplek”-fase ingaan , merken zij dat ze gemeenschappelijke uitdagingen hebben. Deze discussiepanel webinar onderzoekt hoe we de zakelijke impact en de uitdagingen te lijf gaan.
Recorded Jun 25 2020 63 mins
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Marjolein Boezel, Director of Van Raam; Stefan van Uffelen, CEO Cooll Sustainable Energy; Biba Visnjicki, MD of FPC
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  • 5G for Manufacturing - opportunities for the European industry Aug 13 2020 8:30 am UTC 60 mins
    Etienne Scholl, Manager, Ericsson CU Western Europe & Sarah Schmitt, Research Fellow, Fraunhofer IPT
    5G is widely known as the fifth generation of mobile communication technology and promises great benefits for new application domains such as manufacturing. The online seminar will explain about the advantages of the 5G technology and highlight first use cases realized in the 5G-Industry Campus Europe. Furthermore, the opportunities for European companies are being pointed out.
  • Challenges Facing Medical Device Manufacturers Recorded: Jun 30 2020 58 mins
    Mark Groot Wassink, Business Development, Auping; Henning Janssen, HOD, IPT; Jaap Stelwagen, Mondmaskerfabriek, Owner
    The lack of supplies undermines the entire global effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. Fraunhofer Project Center together with KEX Knowledge Exchange are working together to act as a stable supply chain for protective equipment to Dutch industries

    During this forum, we will be speaking to the manufacturers of medical supplies to understand their current challenges based on the unprecedented demand for supplies and how they are working to overcome them
  • Moving Forward from Covid-19 Recorded: Jun 25 2020 63 mins
    Marjolein Boezel, Director of Van Raam; Stefan van Uffelen, CEO Cooll Sustainable Energy; Biba Visnjicki, MD of FPC
    Aangezien de meeste bedrijven uit de lockdown van Covid-19 komen en de “terugkeren naar de werkplek”-fase ingaan , merken zij dat ze gemeenschappelijke uitdagingen hebben. Deze discussiepanel webinar onderzoekt hoe we de zakelijke impact en de uitdagingen te lijf gaan.
  • How to gain a grip on your production environment through digital twinning Recorded: Jun 16 2020 55 mins
    Maaike Slot, Research Engineer, Fraunhofer Project Center & Angela Massonet, Research Associate, Fraunhofer IPT
    This session will give insight in how to use digital twinning in your production environment and use the technology to get more grip on your product, production and processes. Highlighting the reduction of complexity in production environments with the use of digital twinning for decisions support and explaining more about digital twinning in the different life cycle stages. What should I consider when building a digital twin? What functionalities can a digital twin have? And which data/information should I acquire? What are the next steps for digital twinning technology?
  • Digital Twinning - Waar Begin Je? Recorded: Jun 5 2020 10 mins
    Maaike Slot, Research Engineer, Fraunhofer Project Center
    Aangezien productieomgevingen steeds complexer zijn geworden, is digitale twinningtechnologie geïdentificeerd als een sleuteltechnologie om de complexiteit in productieomgevingen te verminderen. Voor velen roept dit de vragen op, waar moet ik beginnen en welke bouwstenen heb ik nodig? Bekijk het webinar voor een startoverzicht van digital twin en hoe u aan de slag kunt
  • The AM Revolution: Making the Business Case Recorded: May 28 2020 57 mins
    Moderated by Prof Ian Gibson, Scientific Director, Fraunhofer Project Centre
    The session will give insight into the current state of industrial additive manufacturing. Highlighting the potential for big corporates and small-medium enterprises and sharing examples of companies that have been able to incorporate additive manufacturing in their existing set-up. But we will also hear what the main challenges and obstacles are. How can a company properly assess whether they are ready for additive manufacturing? What are the most common assumptions and do they prove to be correct? And what do the experts see further down the road, what do they expect in terms of adoption and development of both hardware and materials in the coming 5-10 years?

    Panelist
    • Renko Overmeen, Director of Programs, Aeronamic B.V.
    • Bart Deweerdt, Business Development Manager, Ultimaker
    • Paulo Gennaro, Managing Director, GF Precicast Additive
  • Secure Medical and Personal Protection Supply Recorded: May 28 2020 60 mins
    Dr Toni Drescher, Dr Biba Visnjicki & Dr Eddy van Hijum
    The lack of supplies undermines the entire global effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. Fraunhofer Project Center together with KEX Knowledge Exchange are working together to act as a stable supply chain for protective equipment to Dutch industries

    During this forum, we will be discussing
    - Why we are pushing this initiative and what challenges we are facing?
    - What exactly we are offering to support medical stations and companies
    - How does the process work and how this gives value to the Netherlands?

    Panelists are
    - Dr. Toni Drescher; KEX Knowledge Exchange AG; CEO
    - Dr. Biba Visnjicki; Fraunhofer Project Center; Managing Director
    - Dr. Eddy van Hijum; Deputy at the Province of Overijssel and member of the European Committee of the regions
  • The AM Revolution: Making the Business Case Recorded: May 26 2020 57 mins
    Moderated by Prof Ian Gibson, Scientific Director, Fraunhofer Project Centre
    The session will give insight into the current state of industrial additive manufacturing. Highlighting the potential for big corporates and small-medium enterprises and sharing examples of companies that have been able to incorporate additive manufacturing in their existing set-up. But we will also hear what the main challenges and obstacles are. How can a company properly assess whether they are ready for additive manufacturing? What are the most common assumptions and do they prove to be correct? And what do the experts see further down the road, what do they expect in terms of adoption and development of both hardware and materials in the coming 5-10 years?
  • The Roadmap to Digitalisation Recorded: May 19 2020 59 mins
    Biba Visnjicki, MD, Fraunhofer Project Center & Thomas Vollmer, Head of Production Quality Dept, Fraunhofer IPT
    Businesses are currently facing many challenges, including the need to work towards attaining an Industry 4.0 standard. Industry 4.0 is all about optimization; from managing big data to efficiency in the production line. All this aims at enabling businesses to make quicker, smarter decisions while minimizing costs. This webinar sets out to explain the challenges and to offer solutions in the adoption of I4.0 related technologies.
  • Digitalisation at Scale Recorded: May 18 2020 27 mins
    Dr. Biba Visnjicki Managing Director, Fraunhofer Project Center
    Many manufacturers are busy with transitioning to digital manufacturing. Yet, deployment of new digital technologies, adaptation of the scalable, digital architecture that will allow connectivity of data systems on the level of the whole factory and network of factories, is not there.

    Main technical condition for digital manufacturing is the adequate digital backbone: fully connected digital systems and well-defined data governance.

    Nevertheless, robust data and IT infrastructure is not all company needs. Digitalization at scale requires:
    • Strong leadership and clear strategic directions regarding how digital transformation will create new business value.
    • Technical, managerial, and transformational capabilities and resources to understand and execute the changes.
    • Culture with cross-functional set-up, with agile way of working and strong incentives for people to make it happen.

    In the last three years, Fraunhofer Project Center in the Netherlands supported many SMEs and multinational is transition to digitalization at scale. Our learnings from the market will be shared in this edition.
  • Digital Twinning - Where do you start? Recorded: May 18 2020 12 mins
    Maaike Slot, Research Engineer
    Since production environments have become increasingly complex, digital twinning technology has been identified as a key technology to decrease the complexity in production environments. For many, this raises the questions, where do I begin and what building blocks do I need? Watch the webinar to get a starting overview of digital twin and how to get started
  • Responsive manufacturing in crisis situations Recorded: Apr 21 2020 59 mins
    Prof Ian Gibson, Scientific Dir, Fraunhofer Project Ctr & Robin Day Head of Dept, Laser material processing, Fraunhofer IPT
    The COVID19 crisis has changed the way we live forever. Many new challenges have been presented to us and at no time has technology been used to assist almost all of humanity at the same time. The power of the internet has been used in conjunction with social media and other technologies to help almost everyone on the planet. It has been suggested that AM can be used to help with the crisis by printing masks, ventilator fittings and other parts that are in short supply at times like this. This is however not the first time that AM has been applied to help in crisis situations. This webinar examines why AM can be particularly useful in these situations, approaches that have been used and what we can do to prepare ourselves for the next time.
  • Taking AM Seriously Recorded: Apr 20 2020 11 mins
    Prof Ian Gibson, Scientific Dir, Fraunhofer Project Ctr & Prof of Industrial Design, University of Twente
    Watch the on-demand as Prof. Ian Gibson, Scientific Director of the Fraunhofer Project Centre (FPC) at the University of Twente shares how they are helping local industries to manage the transition to Industry 4.0 through adoption of additive manufacturing. This is the only Fraunhofer in the Netherlands and focuses on advanced manufacturing related applications research. Additive Manufacturing is a key element of this, where the aim is to enable manufacturing industry to make an effective transition towards direct manufacturing using AM. Ian will go on to describe the approach FPC is taking, with particular emphasis on the integration of technologies and why FPC is partnering with companies like Additive Industries to further this cause.
At the University of Twente
The focus of the Fraunhofer Project Center at the University of Twente is to transfer current research in advanced manufacturing directly into industrial practice. For this, we focus on the development of technological solutions in the area of production processes, production equipment, digital manufacturing and manufacturing value chain organization. Together with industry, we build synergies to achieve high-tech excellence within the fourth industrial revolution and to train the high-tech talents of tomorrow.

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