Connected Manufacturing Forum 2019

July 29 - 30, 2019

Hilton Austin, Austin, TX

Day One – July 29, 2019

Taking Digital Maturity to the Next Level: Getting Past The Industry 4.0 Evangelism Phase To Build A Truly Integrated Digital Enterprise

7:00 am - 8:00 am Continental Breakfast & Registration

8:20 am - 8:30 am Welcome Remarks & Ice Breaker

Antonia Kay - Program Director, Connected Manufacturing Forum
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Antonia Kay

Program Director
Connected Manufacturing Forum

8:30 am - 8:40 am Chairperson’s Opening Address

8:40 am - 9:00 am Industry 4.0 “Natural Selection”: Stagnation Is Not An Option

Bart Talloen - Vice President, Product Supply Strategy & Deployment, Johnson & Johnson
Whether or not you have joined the Industry 4.0 race for innovation, one thing is clear – stagnation and inaction are not an option. Regardless of the size of your organization and digital strategy maturity (or lack thereof), you simply can’t afford sitting back and watching how the fourth industrial revolution plays out for the rest of the manufacturing world. In order to secure your competitive edge and meet shifting customer expectations, you must start innovating today. Otherwise, you are risking being left out in this game of evolution and natural selection.

Bart Talloen is a globally recognized Industry 4.0 expert who will help you make sense of the evolving Industry 4.0 trends and what you should be doing today in order to become a manufacturer of tomorrow. 

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Bart Talloen

Vice President, Product Supply Strategy & Deployment
Johnson & Johnson

9:00 am - 9:20 am Case Study: Best Practices in Industry 4.0 Readiness Assessment

Jeffrey J. Wilcox - Vice President, Digital Transformation, Lockheed Martin
Join this session to explore approaches to preparing your organization for digital transformation and overcoming most common Industry 4.0 bottlenecks. 

Key takeaways include:

- Tackling the digitalization hype: shifting from all the talk to assessing your existing infrastructure and upgrading it to meet the new Industry 4.0 standards
- Key fundamentals to consider when preparing your organization for digital transformation 
- Initiating and driving a realistic and practical transformation

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Jeffrey J. Wilcox

Vice President, Digital Transformation
Lockheed Martin

Join our expert panelists for a discussion of their Industry 4.0 pilot experiences: the mistakes they’ve made and the lessons they’ve learned, the bottlenecks and misconceptions they’ve had to overcome and, most importantly, the business value, benefits and opportunities they’ve created as a result of their digitalization efforts.

This panel discussion is a perfect opportunity for you to benchmark your digital strategy with like-minded industry peers and to fine-tune your future Industry 4.0 goals and strategic planning and direction. 

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Ashley Baron

Vice President HR, Industry 4.0 & Corporate
Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

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Jack Fish

Vice President of Global Manufacturing
GE Aviation

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Hicham Wazni

Corporate Director of Manufacturing Intelligence and Smart Manufacturing
Arconic

10:00 am - 10:40 am Morning Refreshment and Networking Break

10:40 am - 11:00 am Oxford Style Debate: OT vs IT – Who Should Be Spearheading Your Digital Transformation?

Stefan Zippel - Industry 4.0 Architect, Georg Fischer
As the fourth industrial revolution is picking up pace, the convergence of IT and OT is quickly becoming a necessity, and Industry 4.0 frontrunners are starting to rethink their organizational structures to bring the IT and OT teams together in order to reap the benefits of improved decision-making and operational excellence. However, a lot of industrial organizations still fall victim to the organizational silos and an ongoing battle between IT and OT.  Which side are you on?

Join the debate and cast your vote:

- Which unit – IT or OT – is best suited to drive the Industry 4.0 strategy and investment decisions?
- Which unit has a better grasp of the manufacturing ecosystem and more experienced talent to implement new technologies?
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Stefan Zippel

Industry 4.0 Architect
Georg Fischer

11:00 am - 11:20 am Innovation Showcase

The digitalization of the manufacturing floor is not an easy task to begin with, but you are in double-trouble if your organization just got bought out or is in the process of acquiring another company – it inevitably adds to the complexity of transformation challenges and creates extra steps to climb on your path to Industry 4.0 success.

Join our panelists for a walk-through of their recent M&A lessons learned and unanticipated things you probably haven’t yet considered but should be on the lookout for. Hands-on recommendations focus on:

- Succeeding in undergoing  a significant infrastructure change and achieving systems interoperability across all facilities
- Driving the universal adoption of Industry 4.0 strategy and cultural change across all locations
- Making sure your cross-functional teams can clearly communicate across the globe
- Warranting regulatory compliance throughout the M&A process

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Eddie Smith

Director, Operations
Kuhn Krause

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Sibylle Buettner

Plant Director
Continental Automotive GmbH

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Brian Daigle

International Trade Analyst
U.S. International Trade Commission

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Lunch for All Attendees

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

1:00 pm - 1:15 pm Track Chairperson's Opening Address

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm Case Study: Industry 4.0: Physical Meets Digital on the Factory Floor
Thomas Kelly - Executive Director and CEO, Automation Alley
What is Industry 4.0? And how are these collection of cutting-edge technologies shaping advanced manufacturing as we know it? The power of Industry 4.0 is not found within the individual technologies, but rather, how they can be used together to create disruption. Learn how Michigan manufacturers are connecting the physical and digital worlds to streamline production and develop better products at a lower cost. In this presentation, Tom Kelly, executive director and CEO of Automation Alley, Michigan’s Industry 4.0 knowledge center, discusses the importance of recognizing the power of Industry 4.0, the implications of the digital economy and how to act on it. Giving past and present industry examples, Kelly outlines the opportunities and challenges associated with Industry 4.0 and how companies can capitalize on its potential by changing corporate culture, finance and technology. 
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Thomas Kelly

Executive Director and CEO
Automation Alley

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

1:45 pm - 2:25 pm Panel: Operationalizing Industry 4.0: Making Innovation Happen at YOUR Organization
Derrick Register - Vice President, Supply Chain, The Coca-Cola Company Bill Duty - Head, Supply Chain, Altana
Do you fully understand the true meaning behind the Industry 4.0 hype and the principles and foundations for the factory of the future? Does the thought of setting off on a digitalization journey keep you up at night?

If you have doubts and questions, you are in good hands! Our expert panelists will help you get a full grasp of:

- The specific meaning of Industry 4.0 to YOUR company
- Why you should define digitalization before defining your digital strategy?
- The key steps to evaluating your infrastructure and identifying the actual issues you can need fix by leveraging IoT, advanced data analytics, machine learning, and robotics
- The realistic expectations you should be setting for smart technologies
- Picking the right partners to support you throughout your digital transformation 

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Derrick Register

Vice President, Supply Chain
The Coca-Cola Company

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Bill Duty

Head, Supply Chain
Altana

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

2:25 pm - 2:45 pm The Three Pillars of Field Service Transformation
Lubor Ptacek - Senior Vice President, Product Marketing, ServiceMax
Hear from industry expert and ServiceMax SVP of Product Marketing, Lubor Ptacek, on how the Field Service Management space has evolved, where most companies fall on the maturity curve, the benefits companies are reaping from technology advancements and what’s next for the service businesses that keep the world running.


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Lubor Ptacek

Senior Vice President, Product Marketing
ServiceMax

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

2:45 pm - 3:05 pm Case Study: Nestlé Purina’s Step-By-Step Guide On Becoming A Digital Trendsetter
Terry LeDoux - Director Information Systems – Product Supply, Nestlé Purina
Industry 4.0 drives a radical change that’s shaking the very foundations of the manufacturing industry, and it’s high time to rethink and modernize old and conventional practices. Are you ready to tackle the status quo?

Terry LeDoux will share practical recommendations on moving on from the blueprinting phase to implementation and walk you through real-live examples of Nestlé Purina’s ongoing reorganization achievements, lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid. Case study takeaways include:

- Adapting to fast-paced technological changes driven by the Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Accelerating company-wide digital transformation through restructuring and strategy revamps
- Identifying the actual value you are trying to get our of your smart manufacturing efforts
- Setting clear goals and ensuring the follow through on all deliverables

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Terry LeDoux

Director Information Systems – Product Supply
Nestlé Purina

Track A: Industry 4.0 Takeoff – From Vision To Implementation

3:05 pm - 3:25 pm Case Study: Marrying Lean Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 To Reach The Next Level of Operational Excellence
Sibylle Buettner - Plant Director, Continental Automotive GmbH
As the manufacturing sector is going though the next wave of transformation, executives are quickly coming to the realization that the traditional lean principles they’ve been using to improve productivity are no longer sufficient to support evolving operational optimization requirements. 

This case study offers insights into a holistic, integrated application of traditional lean management and Industry 4.0 aimed at achieving the next level of operational excellence. Key takeaways include:

- Overcoming uncertainty around the interplay between lean manufacturing and Industry 4.0
- Identifying your pain points and leveraging lean and Industry 4.0 tools to upgrade your production line
- Improving your asset performance and productivity through data-driven decisions

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Sibylle Buettner

Plant Director
Continental Automotive GmbH

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

1:00 pm - 1:15 pm Track Chairperson's Opening Address

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm Case Study: Transforming Industry 4.0 into Value for a Complex Global Manufacturing Company
Randy Engalla - Senior Director – OFS Engineering and Supply Chain Applications, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
Join Randy to hear about Baker Hughes' Industry 4.0 transformation lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid. Key takeaways include:

  • Finding defendable business value
  • Securing sponsorship/program approval
  • Structured approach using ISA-95 and other maturity models
  • What does good look like – driving value and standard KPIs through Digital and Lean
  • Guiding principles to drive focus on multiple architecture options
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Randy Engalla

Senior Director – OFS Engineering and Supply Chain Applications
Baker Hughes, a GE Company

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

1:45 pm - 2:25 pm Panel: Best Practices in Data Processing And System Architecture Integration
Josef Kriegmair - Representative, Production – Turbine Blade/Structure Castings, MTU Aero Engine Kevin McDunn - Chief Technology Officer, UI Labs
Do you consider yourself an industry 4.0 guru? Have you succeeded in getting everyone’s minds set on the inevitability of the new industrial revolution and your organizational and cultural transformation? Does everything look great on paper? Now what?

Join this panel session to hear from our experts on organizing and leveraging your data. Key takeaways include:

- Various approaches to providing interoperability
- Key elements to ensuring free flow of information via interoperability
- The impact of the orchestration on the ability to create value and to achieve agility and flexibility
- Value types provided by data
- Variations in data value throughout its life cycle
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Josef Kriegmair

Representative, Production – Turbine Blade/Structure Castings
MTU Aero Engine

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Kevin McDunn

Chief Technology Officer
UI Labs

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

2:25 pm - 2:45 pm The Call To Action For Digital Transformation - Why It’s Time To Put Our Pencils Down
John Genovesi - Senior Vice President, Enterprise Accounts & Software, Rockwell Automation
These days, most manufacturers are focusing in on digital transformation, but many lack a clear roadmap to success. Some struggle with how to get started, others grapple with important concerns around network infrastructure and security, while still others ponder how to leverage a seemingly overwhelming amount of data. We’re all eager to achieve the game-changing results that await us as we change how our products are designed, manufactured and supported.  But getting there can be an intense journey that will most assuredly require a steadfast vision and a commitment to persevere. John will discuss why many initial efforts are slow to deliver meaningful results and how to ultimately realize the significantly impactful outcomes a comprehensive digital transformation should deliver. One well-known quote advises: “Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and, suddenly, you’re doing the impossible.”
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John Genovesi

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Accounts & Software
Rockwell Automation

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

2:45 pm - 3:05 pm Case Study: Unleashing the Power of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Lloyd Colegrove - Data Services Director, The Dow Chemical
This case study explores approaches to leveraging AI and machine learning to improve productivity on your shop floor? 

- What are some practical applications of AI and machine learning that can help you upgrade and improve your manufacturing processes?
- How can the system learn and improve the algorithms to fix itself? 
- Is it possible to develop built-in AI capabilities to improve your asset performance? 

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Lloyd Colegrove

Data Services Director
The Dow Chemical

Track B: The Next Stage In Digital Maturity – Achieving The Goal Of Data-Driven Manufacturing

3:05 pm - 3:25 pm Case Study: Text Analytics: Driving Break-Through Performance In Reducing Unscheduled Manufacturing Downtime
Steve Chadwick - Senior Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation
Join Steve Chadwick for an overview of Intel’s advanced approach to semiconductor tool maintenance, which is performed as part of both scheduled and unscheduled work, and the methodology used to transform the collected structured and unstructured data into actionable insights.

Hear how Intel is saving millions of dollars through improved data clustering and analytics and for practical recommendations on:

- Overcoming challenges associated with the analysis of unstructured data captured and documented by technicians 
- Examples of successful parsing though these unstructured data sets to identify issues that are otherwise not apparent
- Enhancing tool maintenance and reducing the unscheduled downtime through this methodology

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Steve Chadwick

Senior Principal Engineer
Intel Corporation

Track C: Industry Lab Workshops

Track C: Industry Lab Workshops

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Igniting Data-Driven Decisions on The Factory Floor
Join this workshop to hear about use cases on enabling workshop personnel to convert data into business value and achieving:

  • Operational excellence - actionable insight in a fast manner to drive process stability
  • Operational insurance - system-supported root-cause analysis
  • Making manufacturing less dependent on individuals’ knowledge from the workshop
  • Developing of an appropriate user interface


**By invite only, advance sign-up required**

Track C: Industry Lab Workshops

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm The Pros and Cons of Demonstrating the Value of Connected Manufacturing Through Net Present Value (NPV)
Elevating the importance of Industry 4.0 innovation to senior management is a necessity, but what are the best approaches to getting the buy-in from the decision-makers who hold the budgets and decide the future of all digitalization efforts? Is the traditional NPV approach THE way to go?

Join this workshop for practical takeaways on:

- Which value sources are neglected by NPV?
- In which situations are the neglected factors of importance or even decisive?
- What is the impact of the company culture and the skills level on the factory floor when technology is becoming a commodity since everyone can buy it?
- How can the impact of a differentiation via culture and skills level be quantified?

**By invite only, advance sign-up required**

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm Afternoon Refreshment & Networking Break

3:25 pm - 4:05 pm Women in Smart Manufacturing Meetup

Meet up and trade business cards in this peer-led discussion group focused on work-life balance and more!

4:05 pm - 4:25 pm Case Study: Digitalization And New Dimensions In Workforce Management

Stephen A. Childs - Vice President, Global Human Resources & Facilities, Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America
Technology and digitization is changing people’s jobs, roles – as your business is evolving, is your workforce management strategy comprehensive enough to help you keep up with the change?

- What does digitization mean for your organization in particular?
- The main factors you need to consider in talent management
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Stephen A. Childs

Vice President, Global Human Resources & Facilities
Panasonic Automotive Systems Company of America

4:25 pm - 4:35 pm Innovation Showcase

1. Lean Production in Industry 4.0
Andrew Lux, Senior Vice President, Operations and Sustaining Engineering, ArtiCure, Inc.

2. Integration of MES/MOM Systems
Sarah Bodo, Lead Process Automation Engineer, The Dow Chemical Company

3. Change in Culture And Methodology – Success Stories
Bill Duty, Head of Supply Chain, Altana

4. Transforming Big Data Into Actionable Assets
Cihan Dagli, PhD, Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology 

5. Bridging the Digital Skills Gap
Kristin Wagner, Senior Learning Partner, Siemens

6.Marrying Lean Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 To Reach The Next Level of Operational Excellence 
7.Driving Data-Driven Decisions on The Factory Floor
8.Stimulating Investment in Industry 4.0 Technologies
9.Using Open Source Technologies To Improve Data Flaws and Integration
10.The Transformative Power of Smart Censor Intelligence


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Andrew Lux

Senior Vice President, Operations and Sustaining Engineering
ArtiCure, Inc.

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Sarah Bodo

Lead Process Automation Engineer
The Dow Chemical Company

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Bill Duty

Head, Supply Chain
Altana

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Cihan Dagli

Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Missouri University of Science and Technology

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Kristin Wagner

Senior Learning Partner, North America
Siemens

5:45 pm - 6:45 pm Welcome Cocktail Reception