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Digitalization: Production or IT – Who Has the Lead?

The 2019 MTM and TiCon Users’ Conference

Achieving higher productivity by digitalizing production! That is a clear requirement, but it raises many questions! What exactly should be digitalized? How should the priorities be set? How do you plan digitalization projects? What benefits can you expect? And, above all, who has the lead – the production or the IT department? Prof. Dr. Bernd Wilhelm, an internationally recognized automobile expert, a renowned scientist and experienced practitioner, will have some pragmatic answers to these questions at the MTM and TiCon Users’ Conference in Heilbronn on 9 and 10 May 2019 – based on his experience ranging from the shop floor to the board. The motto of the conference is “Excellence in Manufacturing – Pushing You Further.”

The MTM and TiCon Users’ Conference will give MTM users, industrial engineers in general, TiCon experts and IT administrators the opportunity of discovering more about best practice scenarios in industrial engineering and efficient software solutions for the very first time.

Day 1, 9 May 2019
Experts from corporations like Wacker Neuson, Daimler Truck and Audi will report on their experiences with introducing TiCon für SAP, switching from TiCon 3 to TiCon 4 or using the new MTM-HWD® (Human Work Design) process building block system. The new cloud solution known as MTM-EasyTime will also have its premiere; it is used to simply determine guide times for manual work. The software solution is ideally suitable for corporations that would like to determine their human resources needs on the basis of globally accepted standard performance without any great effort or expense. MTM-EasyTime will probably go live in mid-May this year.

Day 2, 10 May 2019
Following the keynote address by Prof. Dr. Bernd Wilhelm, IE experts from Schaeffler, BMW, Premium Aerotec, PAS Deutschland etc. will focus on the following topics: How is it possible to cope with the increasing complexity of production processes? How can you achieve efficient price calculations? Is there a reasonable balance between the costs and benefits of ergonomic assessment? Why does continuous data management make sense? What do individual corporate qualification concepts achieve? The final contribution will concentrate on new ideas for combining the digital and real worlds in the planning of methods and present software solutions that are relevant to this.

You can obtain more information about the program at the MTM and TiCon Users‘ Conference and register at our website or even here.