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TRADE SHOWS + EVENTS Foto: EPP Source: EPP dividual companies are driven by costs. There are many advantages with this new trend, including minimizing downtime, as well as, optimizing cycle time and expanding the areas of component preparation and automatic storage. The future of this revolution looks very promising. The speaker explained that it will promote the development of protocols and sensor interfaces, the integration of vertical and horizontal levels in production, and the implementation of Multitransmission Bases. All sensors and software interfaces are to be accessible across the entire system. There will also be a stronger focus on usability of all programs and interfaces. Jonas Ernst Future of Smart Factory & IoT This presentation gave a great overview of what the future holds for FUJI and their systems. Building off the Nexim Machine, the existing software will be redesigned to be in the direction of Industry 4.0. The first part of this project, the focus plan, concentrates on program creation, optimization, simulation, setup changes, and flexible production scheduling across multiple production lines and machines. The second part of this project, the Do Plan, covers the preparation documents, support of material exchange, as well as, providing and tracking supplies for all operators. The last part for this project, the See Plan, focuses on monitoring all production lines in real time. No matter the location, the web based overview of production line utilization, production analysis, and traceability, will give the user more control. With this, it will also be easy to create new components and programs, as well as, use the optimization tools. Incorporating this project with MES-Systems, the luminance quality products, such as LEDs, and the control of moisture sensitive level Ulf Oestermann from IZM Fraunhofer Berlin talked about Industrie 4.0. Dr. Werner Laub from Staufen AG discussed Best Practices. Source: EPP Source: EPP Jonas Ernst was not just the Moderator for the panel discussion, but he also had a presentation about the future of Smart Factory. Heinz Floren from Insta Elektro GmbH talked about the way towards „value creation excellence“. components will be a child’s play. In addition, it will also be possible to integrate storage systems. The clear and easy-to-use interface will intuitively guide all users throughout the program. The data that is monitoring one machine or even an entire production line, even when machines are in different locations, will be collected in realtime. This will automatically optimize utilization and give an immediate response in the event of any faults or changes. Dr. Werner Laub, Staufen AG & Mr. Heinz Floren, Insta Elektro GmbH The Path to Added Value Excellence The two speakers presented the journey the company, Insta, took towards added value excellence with the help of Staufen AG. With this new collaboration, along with Insta recognizing in 2014 that a change needed to take place to achieve the goals set in SMT production, a partnership was established to promote best practice solutions. At the time, the OEE performance of three production lines was just at 36 %, making the processing time about 10 days. Due to this, a comprehensive project was created to restore competitiveness in the SMT production, through creative approaches and by following the lean principles. By using these 4 phases: preparation, analysis, concept, and implementation, the project aimed to improve the process, logistic, and leadership areas. With this integrated approach, the Insta SMT manufacturing greatly improved by increasing the OEE performance to 65 % and cutting down the processing time to only 4 days. It also reduced personnel costs by 40 % and greatly reduced the set up time by almost 83 %.By creating these conditions for end-to-end-pull, the high demand created an increase in post-production for devices and modules. Podium discussion S.E.F.e.V- Industry 4.0 SEF Smart Electronic Factory e.V. and its associates are working together to find solutions for the popular trend, the fourth industrial revolution. Along with the moderator, Jonas Ernst, the Area Sales Manager of Fuji Machine, the following participants took part in the podium discussion: the CTO of iTac Software AG, Dieter Meuser, the Managing Director of Limtronik GmbH, Gerd Ohl, the SMD Manager of Limtronik GmbH, Marcel Pannu, and the Professor Dr. Gerrit Sames from the Technical University of Mittelhessen. The podium focused on the state of development, standards, and professionals within Industry 4.0. They also discussed how this revolution affected Germany compared to other countries. Although Germany is an exemplary character in the electronics industry, it still lags somewhat behind against the international competition. The panel also went into further discussion about which interface standards should be implemented to last the longest, which came to no concrete conclusion. On the subject of the cloud, the participants agreed that the transfer of data to the Cloud is secure, because data is well protected against attacks, making them safe. The end of the discussion focused on the fact that the main problem does not come from the lack of technology, but the main issue is converting these technologies into practical solutions. This is especially true for small to medium sized enterprises. (dj) SMT Hybrid Packaging, Booth 4-131 16 EPP EUROPE May 2017

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