Data-driven business models for manufacturing companies

Place
Crowne Plaza Berlin City Centre, Nürnberger Strasse, Berlin, Germany
Site visit
BMW Motorcykle, Berlin
Dates
17 - 18 June 2019
Who should attend?

Production managers

R&Dmanagers

Strategic planers

Innovation managers and scouts

Summary

The course helps participants to get holistic overview of current trends in digitalisation of production.

At the end of the masterclass, participants will be able to understand key aspect of data- driven business model design, and evaluate potential for implementation in their own business.

Aims

Critical discussions will cover major issues for those who are planning the future of manufacturing.  You will:

- Gain knowledge about impact and technologies regarding digital transformation

- Take part in critical discussion about your current business model in the company and other companies in a comparable situation

- Aquire knowledge to analyse your current readiness level for data-driven activities related to manufacturing

- Deepen your unduerstanding how to design a data-driven business model

- Be inspired with industrial use cases of data-driven business models of other manufacturers

Key Topics

- Drivingforces of digital transformation

- Game changing technologies

- Current digitalization readiness level of different manufacturing companies

- Different ways howbusiness models of manufacturing companies are affected

- Systematic approach how to design a data-driven business model

- Interactive case study: Changing a Business Model of a Machinery and Equipment Manufacturer

Programme

DAY 1

Digital transformation in manufacturing

What are state-of-the-art digitalization approaches in manufacturing

BMW Spandau factory guided plant tour

Debrief and group discussion

Networking get-together with drinks and snacks

DAY 2

Data-driven business models – Examples and development methodology

Developing a data-driven business model

Required organizational and technological building blocks

Changing a Business Model of a Machinery and Equipment Manufacturer -case study

Risk and benefit analysis of different business models

Comparison to current strategies of companies in a similar situation

Trainers

Felix Georg Müller

Felix Georg Müller is Group Manager of Autonomous Manufacturing System Optimization at Fraunhofer IPA, leading research in Production Systems 4.0 at Fraunhofer IPA’s Industry 4.0 Application Center. His expertise lies in the optimization of production planning systems and in the design of intelligent manufacturing systems in research and development projects for industrial partners. He also specializes in intelligent analysis systems for connected production lines and the development of related algorithms, which has led to the filing of several patents over the past 2 years. He has also been leading research for various manufacturing companies in autonomous factory operation, self-optimizing production systems, and intelligent quality control systems. In 2016, Felix Müller co-authored the Fraunhofer IPA study which maps the current needs of Industry 4.0 in 270 companies and whose results are being used in Fraunhofer IPA’s Industry 4.0 Application Center.

Felix Georg Müller

Felix Georg Müller is Group Manager of Autonomous Manufacturing System Optimization at Fraunhofer IPA, leading research in Production Systems 4.0 at Fraunhofer IPA’s Industry 4.0 Application Center. His expertise lies in the optimization of production planning systems and in the design of intelligent manufacturing systems in research and development projects for industrial partners. He also specializes in intelligent analysis systems for connected production lines and the development of related algorithms, which has led to the filing of several patents over the past 2 years. He has also been leading research for various manufacturing companies in autonomous factory operation, self-optimizing production systems, and intelligent quality control systems. In 2016, Felix Müller co-authored the Fraunhofer IPA study which maps the current needs of Industry 4.0 in 270 companies and whose results are being used in Fraunhofer IPA’s Industry 4.0 Application Center.

Testimonial

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Tour info

BMW Spandau factory tour

BMW Motorrad is the only manufacturer that offers its customers wide-ranging possibilities for the individual configuration of the motorcycle. In the motorcycle world they offer an unique "Customer-Oriented Sales and Production Process" (COSP) which is tuned to deliver the desired customized model to demanding motorcyclists. Hundreds order specifications can be changed flexibly until shortly before production starts.

In the Berlin district of Spandau on a total area of ​​approximately 180,000 square meters, the world's only production site for BMW motorcycles and BMW maxi scooters is located. The diversity of the now 17 motorcycle models in the segments Enduro, Roadster, Tour, Sport and Urban Mobility, the up to 46 selectable colors and over 500 optional extras make the brand proud.        

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+420 605 542 475